Instruction Manual
SolidC Pump
3008-0028
ESE00797-EN5
Original manual
2014-02
Table of contents
The information herein is correct at the time of issue but may be subject to change without prior notice
1. EC Declaration of Conformity .......................................................................
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2. Safety ....................................................................................................
2.1. Important information .............................................................................
2.2. Warning signs .....................................................................................
2.3. Safety precautions ................................................................................
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6
3. Installation ..............................................................................................
3.1. Unpacking/delivery ...............................................................................
3.2. Installation .........................................................................................
3.3. Pre-use check .....................................................................................
3.4. Recycling information .............................................................................
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4. Operation ...............................................................................................
4.1. Operation/Control .................................................................................
4.2. Trouble shooting ..................................................................................
4.3. Recommended cleaning .........................................................................
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10
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5. Maintenance ...........................................................................................
5.1. General maintenance .............................................................................
5.2. Cleaning Procedure ...............................................................................
5.3. Dismantling of pump/shaft seals ................................................................
5.4. Assembly of pump/single shaft seal ............................................................
5.5. Assembly of pump/flushed shaft seal ...........................................................
5.6. Adjustment of shaft ...............................................................................
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6. Technical data .........................................................................................
6.1. Technical data .....................................................................................
6.2. Relubrication intervals ............................................................................
6.3. Torque Specifications .............................................................................
6.4. Noise emission ....................................................................................
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7. Parts list and service kits ............................................................................
7.1. Drawing ............................................................................................
7.2. SolidC - Wet end .................................................................................
7.3. SolidC - Motor-dependent parts ................................................................
7.4. SolidC - Shaft seal ................................................................................
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1 EC Declaration of Conformity
The Designated Company
Alfa Laval
Company Name
Albuen 31, DK-6000 Kolding, Denmark
Address
+45 79 32 22 00
Phone No.
hereby declare that
Centrifugal Pump
Designation
SolidC-1, SolidC-2, SolidC-3, SolidC-4
Type
2009-12-29
Year
From serial number 10.000 to 1.000.000
is in conformity with the following directive with amendments:
- Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC
The person authorised to compile the technical file is the signer of this document
QHSE Manager, Quality, Health and
safety & Environment
Annie Dahl
Title
Name
Alfa Laval Kolding
Company
Designation
4
2013-12-03
Date
Signature
2 Safety
Unsafe practices and other important information are emphasised in this manual.
Warnings are emphasised by means of special signs.
Always read the manual before using the pump!
2.1
Important information
WARNING
Indicates that special procedures must be followed to avoid serious personal injury.
CAUTION
Indicates that special procedures must be followed to avoid damage to the pump.
NOTE
Indicates important information to simplify or clarify procedures.
2.2
Warning signs
General warning:
Dangerous electrical voltage:
Caustic agents:
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2 Safety
Unsafe practices and other important information are emphasised in this manual.
Warnings are emphasised by means of special signs.
Always read the manual before using the pump!
2.3
Safety precautions
Installation:
Always read the technical data thoroughly. (See chapter 6 Technical data)
Always use a lifting crane when handling the pump.
Never start in the wrong direction of rotation with liquid in the pump.
Always have the pump electrically connected by authorised personnel. (See the motor instruction)
Operation:
Always read the technical data thoroughly. (See chapter 6 Technical data)
Never touch the pump or the pipelines when pumping hot liquids or when sterilising.
Never run the pump with both the suction side and the pressure side blocked.
Never run the pump when partially installed or not completely assembled
Necessary precautions must be taken if leakage occurs as this can lead to hazardous situations
Always handle lye and acid with great care.
Never use the pump for products not mentioned in the Alfa Laval pump selection program.
The Alfa Laval pump selection program can be acquired from your local Alfa Laval sales company.
Maintenance:
Always read the technical data thoroughly. (See chapter 6 Technical data)
Never service the pump when it is hot.
Never service the pump if pressurised.
Always use Alfa Laval genuine spare parts.
Motors with grease nipples:
Remember lubrication must be in accordance with the information plate/label on the motor.
Always disconnect the power supply when servicing the pump.
Transportation:
Transportation of the pump or the pump unit:
Never lift or elevate in any way other than described in this manual
Always drain the pump head and accessories of any liquid
Always ensure that no leakage of lubricants can occur
Always transport the pump in its upright position
Always ensure that the unit is securely fixed during transportation
Always use original packaging or similar during transportation
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3 Installation
The SolidC pump is designed for standard duty applications, like pumping CIP (Cleaning in Place) solutions, utilities, water
(processing, hydrating, cooling), washing machines, simple transport duty within working range. SolidC is suitable for use in the
food, dairy, beverage, personal care, pharmaceutical, light chemical and water industries.
The SolidC is available in the following sizes SolidC-1, SolidC-2, SolidC-3 and SolidC-4
3.1
Unpacking/delivery
Step 1
Always use a lifting crane when handling the pump
(See chapter 6 Technical data).
CAUTION
Alfa Laval cannot be held responsible for incorrect unpacking.
Check the delivery for
1. Complete pump.
2. Delivery note.
3. Motor instructions.
4. Test certificate, IF ORDERED!I
Step 2
Remove any packing materials from the inlet and the outlet.
Avoid damaging the inlet and the outlet.
Avoid damaging the connections for flushing liquid, if supplied.
TD 241-003/1
Step 3
Inspect the pump for visible transport damage.
TD 241-003/2
Step 4
Always remove the shroud, if fitted, before lifting the pump.
TD 241-004/1
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3 Installation
Study the instructions carefully and pay special attention to the warnings! Always check the pump before operation.
- See pre-use check in section 3.3 Pre-use check, page 9
The large pump sizes are very heavy. Alfa Laval therefore recommends the use of a lifting crane when handling the pump.
3.2
Installation
Step 1
CAUTION
Alfa Laval cannot be held responsible for incorrect
installation.
Always read the technical data thoroughly.
(See chaper 6 Technical data)
Always use a lifting crane when handling the pump.
Always have the pump electrically connected by authorised
personnel. (see the motor instructions).
NOTE
In case of shaft seal leakage, the media will drip from the slot in
the bottom of the adaptor. In case of shaft seal leakage, Alfa
Laval recommends placing a drip tray underneath the slot for
collecting the leakage.
WARNING:
Alfa Laval recommend the installation of a lockable
repair breaker. If the repair breaker is to be used as
an emergency stop, the colors of the repair breaker
must be red and yellow.
CAUTION
The pump does not prevent back flow when
intentionally or unintentionally stopped. If back flow
can cause any hazardous situations, precautions
must be taken e.g. check valve to be installed in the
system preventing above described.
Step 2
Ensure that there is sufficient clearance around the pump (min.
0.5 m)(1.64 ft).
NOTE!
US pumps have no shroud
TD 241-005/1
Step 3
Check that the flow direction is correct.
Outlet
Correct!
Inlet
TD 241-006
Step 4
1. Ensure that the pipelines are routed correctly.
2. Ensure that the connections are tight.
Remember
Seal rings!
Few bends
TD 241-007
Correct!
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3 Installation
Study the instructions carefully and pay special attention to the warnings!
SolidC comes with impeller screw as standard.
Check the direction of rotation of the impeller before operation.
- See the indication label on the pump.
Step 5
Avoid stressing the pump.
Pay special attention to:
- Vibrations
- Thermal expansion of the tubes
- Excessive welding
- Overloading
3.3
Avoid
bending
pipelines
TD 241-008/1
Pre-use check
Step 1
See indication label!
Correct
Never start in the wrong direction of rotation with liquid in the
pump.
1. Start and stop the motor momentarily
2. Ensure that the direction of rotation of the motor fan is
clockwise as viewed from the rear end of the motor.
TD 241-013/1
Rear view of motor
3.4
Recycling information
• Unpacking
-
Packing material consists of wood, plastics, cardboard boxes and in some cases metal straps.
Wood and cardboard boxes can be reused, recycled or used for energy recovery
Plastics should be recycled or burnt at a licensed waste incineration plant
Metal straps should be sent for material recycling
• Maintenance
-
During maintenance, oil and wear parts in the machine are replaced
All metal parts should be sent for material recycling
Worn out or defective electronic parts should be sent to a licensed handler for material recycling
Oil and all non-metal wear parts must be disposed of in accordance with local regulations
• Scrapping
-
At end of use, the equipment must be recycled according to relevant, local regulations. Besides the equipment itself, any
hazardous residues from the process liquid must be considered and dealt with in a proper manner. When in doubt, or in the
absence of local regulations, please contact your local Alfa Laval sales company.
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4 Operation
Study the instructions carefully and pay special attention to the warnings!
4.1
Operation/Control
Step 1
Always read the technical data thoroughly. (See chaper 6
Technical data)
CAUTION
Alfa Laval cannot be held responsible for incorrect
operation/control.
Step 2
Danger of burns!
Never touch the pump or the pipelines when pumping hot liquids
or when sterilising.
TD 241-014
Step 3
Danger of explosion!
See the
warning label!
Never run the pump with both the suction side and the pressure
side blocked.
TD 241-015
Step 4
CAUTION
The shaft seal must not run dry.
CAUTION
Never throttle the inlet side.
Do not allow to run dry
Correct!
TD 241-075
Wrong
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4 Operation
Study the instructions carefully and pay special attention to the warnings!
Step 5
Flushed shaft seal:
1. Connect the inlet of the flushing liquid correctly.
2. Regulate the water supply correctly.
Correct!
Free
outlet
R1/8”
(BSP)
TD 241-021
Tmax
Pmax
Step 6
Control:
Reduce the capacity and the power consumption by means of:
-
Tmax = 70°C
Pmax = 1 bar
(water)
Throttling!
Throttling the pressure side of the pump.
Reducing the impeller diameter.
Reducing the speed of the motor.
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4 Operation
Pay attention to possible faults.
Study the instructions carefully.
4.2
Trouble shooting
NOTE!
Study the maintenance instructions carefully before replacing worn parts.
Remedy
Problem
Cause/result
Overloaded motor
-
Pumping of viscous liquids
Pumping of high density liquids
Low outlet pressure (counter pressure) Lamination of precipitates from the
liquid
Higher counter pressure (throttling)
Frequent cleaning
-
Low inlet pressure
High liquid temperature
-
Increase the inlet pressure
Reduce the liquid temperature
-
Reduce the pressure drop before the
pump
Reduce speed
Cavitation:
- Damage
- Pressure reduction (sometimes to
zero)
- Increasing of the noise level
Leaking shaft seal
Leaking O-ring seals
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Dry run
-
Incorrect rubber grade
-
Abrasive particles in the liquid
Incorrect rubber grade
Larger motor or smaller impeller
Replace:
All wearing parts
If necessary:
- Change rubber grade
- Select stationary and rotating seal ring
in silicon carbide/silicon carbide
Change rubber grade
4 Operation
The pump is designed for cleaning in place (CIP). CIP = Cleaning In Place.
Study the instructions carefully and pay special attention to the warnings!
NaOH = Caustic Soda.
HNO3 = Nitric acid.
4.3
Recommended cleaning
Step 1
Caustic danger!
Always handle lye and acid with great care.
Always use rubber gloves!
Always use protective
goggles!
Step 2
Danger of burns!
Never touch the pump or the pipelines when sterilising.
TD 241-014/1
Step 3
Examples of cleaning agents: Use clean water, free from chlorides.
1. 1% by weight NaOH at 70°C (158°F).
1 kg (2.2 lb)
NaOH
+
100 l (26.4 gal)
water
= Cleaning agent.
2.2 l (0.6 gal)
33%NaOH
+
100 l (26.4 gal)
water
= Cleaning agent.
2. 0.5% by weight HNO3 at 70°C (158°F).
0.7 l (0.2 gal)
53% HNO3
+
100 l (26.4 gal)
water
1. Avoid excessive concentration
of the cleaning agent
⇒ Dose gradually!
2. Adjust the cleaning flow to the
process.
Sterilisation of milk/viscous
liquids
⇒ Increase the cleaning flow!
= Cleaning agent.
Step 4
Always rinse!
Always rinse well with clean water after using a cleaning agent.
NOTE
The cleaning agents must be stored/disposed of in accordance
with current regulations/directives.
Water
Cleaning agent
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5 Maintenance
Maintain the pump carefully. Study the instructions carefully and pay special attention to the warnings!
Always keep spare shaft seals and rubber seals in stock.
See separate motor instructions.
Check the pump for smooth operation after service.
5.1
General maintenance
Step 1
Always read the technical data thoroughly. (See chaper 6 Technical data)
Always disconnect the power supply when servicing the pump.
NOTE
All scrap must be stored/discharged in accordance with current rules/directives.
Step 2
Danger of burns!
Never service the pump when it is hot.
TD 241-014/1
Step 3
Atmospherie pressure
required!
Never service the pump with pump if pressurised.
CAUTION
Fit the electrical connections correctly if they have been removed
from the motor during service.
TD 241-018/1
CAUTION
Pay special attention to the warnings!
Step 4
Recommended spare parts:
Order service kits from the service kits list
(see chapter 7 Parts list and service kits).
Ordering spare parts
Contact your local Alfa Laval sales company.
Note:
If the pump is supplied with FEP O-rings, Alfa Laval recommends that the casing O-ring is replaced during pump maintenance.
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5 Maintenance
Maintain the pump carefully. Study the instructions carefully and pay special attention to the warnings!
Always keep spare shaft seals and rubber seals in stock.
See separate motor instructions.
Check the pump for smooth operation after service.
Shaft seal
Preventive maintenance
-
Replace when replacing the
shaft seal
Replace when replacing the
Regular inspection for
leakage and smooth
shaft seal
operation
Keep a record of the pump
Use the statistics for
inspection planning
Replace after leakage:
Complete shaft seal
Lubrication
Motor bearings
Replace after 12 months:
Replace when replacing the
(one-shift) Complete shaft seal shaft seal
Maintenance after leakage
Replace at the end of the
(leakage normally starts slowly) day: Complete shaft seal
Planned maintenance
Rubber seals
Before fitting
Lubricate the O-rings with
silicone grease or silicone oil
Before fitting
Silicone grease or silicone oil
Yearly inspection is
recommended
- Replace complete bearing
if worn
- Ensure that the bearing is
axially locked (See motor
instructions)
The bearings are permantly
lubricated
Pre-use check
CAUTION!
Fit the electrical connections correctly if they have been removed from the motor during service.
(See pre-use check in chapter 3 Installation).
Pay special attention to warnings!
1. Start and stop the motor momentarily
2. Ensure that the pump operates smoothly.
5.2
Cleaning Procedure
Cleaning procedure for soiled impeller screw tapped hole:
1. Remove stub shaft (7) as per section 4 of the Service Manual
2. Submerge and soak stub shaft for 5 minutes in COP tank with 2% caustic wash
3. Scrub the blind tapped impeller screw hole vigorously by plunging a clean 1/2” diameter sanitary bristle pipe brush in and out
of the hole for two minutes while submerged.
4. Soak Stub Shaft (7) in acid sanitiser for 5 minutes, then scrub blind tapped hole as described in step 3 above.
5. Rinse well with clean water and blow-dry blind tapped hole with clean air.
6. Swab test the inside of the tapped hole to determine cleanliness.
7. Should the swab test fail, repeat steps 2 to 6 above until swab test is passed.
Should swab testing continue to fail, or time is of the essence, install a new (spare) stub shaft (7).
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5 Maintenance
Study the instructions carefully. The items refer to the parts list and service kits section.
Handle scrap correctly.
* : Relates to the shaft seal.
5.3
Dismantling of pump/shaft seals
Step 1
Remove screws, spring washers, clamps (55) and pump casing
(29).
TD 241-012
Step 2
Flushed shaft seal:
Unscrew tubes (42) using a spanner.
*
TD 241-020/1
Step 3
Remove covers (22). This is easily done by lifting out the covers,
for example, using a screwdriver.
TD 241-019/1
Step 4
1. Remove impeller screw (36).
2. Remove impeller (37). If necessary, loosen the impeller by
tapping gently on the impeller vanes. The shaft can be fixed
with a screwdriver in the compression ring.
3. Remove the O-ring (38) from the impeller.
TD 241-022/1
Step 5
1. Pull off the O-ring (26) from back plate (25).
2. Unscrew nuts (20) and remove washers (21) and the back plate.
TD 241-023/1
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5 Maintenance
Study the instructions carefully. The items refer to the parts list and service kits section.
Handle scrap correctly.
* : Relates to the shaft seal.
Step 6
1. Remove the stationary seal ring (11).
2. Remove the O-ring (12) from stationary seal ring (11).
*
Use the tool
supplied
left-hand
thread
Step 7
Flushed shaft seal:
1. Remove screws (41) and seal housing (40).
2. Pull out lip seal (43) from the seal housing.
*
Step 8
1. Remove the complete shaft seal from stub shaft (7).
2. Remove spring (13) and rotating seal ring (14) from the drive
ring (10).
*
TD 241-026/1
Alternative dismantling of single shaft seal - Front loading
1. Complete steps 1 to 4.
2. Remove stationary seal ring.
3. Remove O-ring (12) from stationary seal ring (11).
4. Remove complete shaft seal from stub shaft.
5. Remove spring (13) and rotating seal ring (14) from the drive ring
(10).
Use the tool supplied. Left-hand thread
*
TD 241-076/1
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5 Maintenance
Study the instructions carefully. The items refer to the parts list and service kits section.
Handle scrap correctly.
* : Relates to the shaft seal.
5.4
Assembly of pump/single shaft seal
Step 1
1. Remove spring (13).
2. Lubricate O-ring (15) and fit it in rotating seal ring (14).
NOTE!
Make sure that O-ring (15) has max. clearance from the sealing
surface.
*
Max
3000-0088
Step 2
1. Refit spring (13) on rotating seal ring (14).
2. Fit the spring and the rotating seal ring on drive ring (10).
CAUTION
Ensure that the driver on the drive ring enters the notch in the
rotating seal ring.
*
TD 241-031/1
Step 3
Fit the complete shaft seal on stub shaft (7).
*
NOTE!
Make sure that the Connex pin on the stub shaft enters the notch
in drive ring (10).
TD 241-032/1
Step 4
1. Fit O-ring (12) on stationary seal ring (11) and lubricate.
2. Screw the stationary seal ring into back plate (25).
Use the tool supplied
Left-hand thread
*
CAUTION
Only tighten by hand to avoid deforming the stationary seal ring.
(Max. 7Nm)
Step 5
1. Clean the sealing surfaces with contact cleaner before fitting
back plate (25).
2. Carefully guide the back plate onto adaptor (16).
3. Fit washers (21) and nuts (22).
*
TD 241-027/1
Step 6
Lubricate O-ring (26) and slide it onto back plate (25).
TD 241-028/1
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5 Maintenance
Study the instructions carefully. The items refer to the parts list and service kits section.
Handle scrap correctly.
* : Relates to the shaft seal.
Step 7
1. Lubricate O-ring (38) and fit it in impeller (37).
2. Lubricate impeller hub with silicone grease or oil.
3. Screw the impeller onto stub shaft (7).
4. Fit impeller screw (39) and tighten 20 Nm (7.4 lbf-ft).
TD 241-022/2
Step 8
Fit covers (22).
TD 241-019_5
Step 9
Fit pump casing (29), clamps, spring washer and tighten screws
(55).
TD 241-012/2
Alternative assembly of single shaft - front loading
1. Fit rotating seal ring (14) and spring (13) on drive ring
(10).
2. Fit complete shaft seal on stub shaft.
3. Fit O-ring (12) onto stationary seal ring (11).
4. Fit stationary seal ring.
5. Complete steps 4 to 1.
CAUTION
Ensure that the driver on the drive ring enters the notch
in the rotating seal ring.
Use the tool supplied
Left-hand thread
*
TD 241-076/2
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5 Maintenance
Study the instructions carefully. The items refer to the parts list and service kits section.
Lubricate the rubber seals before fitting them.
* : Relates to the shaft seal.
5.5
Assembly of pump/flushed shaft seal
Step 1
1. Fit O-ring (12) on stationary seal ring (11) and lubricate.
2. Screw the stationary seal ring into back plate (25).
CAUTION
Only tighten by hand to avoid deforming the stationary seal ring.
(Max 7Nm)
Use the tool supplied
Left-hand thread
Step 2
Flushed shaft seal:
1. Fit lip seal (43) in seal housing (40).
2. Lubricate O-ring (44) and slide onto the seal housing (40).
3. Fit the seal housing on back plate (25) and tighten screws (41).
*
*
TD 241-033/1
Step 3
1. Remove spring (13).
2. Lubricate O-ring (15) and fit it in rotating seal ring (14).
NOTE!
Make sure that O-ring (15) has max. clearance from the sealing
surface.
Step 4
1. Lubricate O-ring (45) and fit it in drive ring (10).
2. Fit spring (13) and rotating seal ring (14) on the drive ring.
CAUTION
Ensure that the driver on the drive ring enters the notch in the
rotating seal ring.
*
Max
3000-0088
*
TD 241-031/1
Step 5
Fit complete shaft seal on stub shaft (7) so that Connex pin on the
stub shaft enters the notch in drive ring (10).
*
TD 241-032/1
Step 6
1. Carefully guide back plate (25) onto adaptor (16).
2. Fit washers (21) and tighten nuts (20).
Note:
Make sure that holes in the seal housing are in a vertical position
TD 241-027/1
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5 Maintenance
Study the instructions carefully. The items refer to the parts list and service kits section.
Lubricate the rubber seals before fitting them.
* : Relates to the shaft seal.
Step 7
Lubricate O-ring (26) and slide it onto back plate (25).
TD 241-028/1
Step 8
1. Lubricate O-ring (38) and fit it in impeller (37).
2. Lubricate the impeller hub with silicone grease or oil.
3. Screw impeller (37) onto stub shaft (7).
4. Fit impeller screw (39) and tighten to 20 Nm (7.4 lbf-ft).
TD 241-022/2
Step 9
1. Screw tubes (42) into seal housing (40).
2. Tighten with a spanner.
*
TD 241-020/2
Step 10
Fit covers.
TD 241-019_5
Step 11
Fit pump casing (29), clamps, spring washers and tighten screws
(55).
TD 241-012/2
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5 Maintenance
Study the instructions carefully. The items refer to the parts list and service kits section.
Lubricate the rubber seals before fitting them.
* : Relates to the shaft seal.
5.6
Adjustment of shaft
Step 1
1. Loosen screws (61).
2. Pull off stub shaft (7).
NOTE
Always use Alfa Laval genuine parts and ensure screws do not
protrude from shaft.
TD 247-035/1
Step 2
1. Push stub shaft (7) onto the motor shaft.
2. Check that the clearance between the end of the stub shaft
and the motor flange is 10-20 mm (0.4-0.8”).
TD 247-046/1
10-20 mm (0.4-0.8”)
Step 3
1. Tighten screws (61) lightly and evenly.
2. Ensure that stub shaft (7) can be moved on the motor shaft.
Step 4
Fit back plate (25), washers (20) and nuts (21) and tighten.
TD 241-027/1
Step 5
1. Fit impeller (37) on stub shaft (7).
2. Ensure that the clearance between the impeller and back plate
(25) is correct by using the tool supplied ((1 mm). 0.039”)
TD 241-037/1
Step 6
Tighten screws (61) evenly to 18 Nm (13.3 lbf-ft).
TD 241-036/1
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6 Technical data
It is important to observe the technical data during installation, operation and maintenance.
Inform personnel about the technical data.
6.1
Technical data
Data
Max. inlet pressure
Temperature range
Max. speed:
400 kPa (4 bar)
-10oC to +120oC (EPDM)
4000 rpm
Materials
Product wetted steel parts
Other steel parts
Finish
Product wetted seals
Other O-rings
Alternative seals
AISI 316L
Stainless steel
Semi-bright
EPDM (standard)
EPDM (standard)
Nitrile (NBR), fluorinated rubber (FPM) and FEP.
Shaft seal
Seal types
Max. temperature flush media
Max. water pressure (flushed seal)
Water consumption (flushed seal)
Material, stationary seal ring (ROW)
Material, rotating seal ring
Material, O-rings
Alternative material, O-rings
External single or flushed
70oC
Normally atmospheric (max. 1 bar) (145 psi)
0.25 - 0.5 l/min. (0.07 - 0.13 gpm)
Acid-resistent steel with sealing surface of silicon carbide
Carbon (standard) or silicon carbide
EPDM (standard)
Nitrile (NBR), fluorinated rubber (FPM) and FEP
Motor
Foot-flanged motor according to IEC metric standard 2 poles = 3000/3600 rpm. at 50/60 Hz IP55, insulation class F
Motor sizes (Hp), 60 Hz
Motor sizes (kW), 50 Hz
Motor sizes (kW), 60 Hz
1.0 - 30 Hp
1.1 - 22 kW
1.3 - 25 kW
For further information - see PD sheet.
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6 Technical data
It is important to observe the technical data during installation, operation and maintenance.
Inform personnel about the technical data.
6.2
Relubrication intervals
Motor bearings are permanently lubricated
6.3
Torque Specifications
The table below specifies the tightening torques for the screws, bolts and nuts in this pump.
Always use the torques below if no other values are stated. This can be a matter of personal safety.
Tightening torque
Size
24
M8
Nm
20
lbf-ft
14.8
M10
40
29.5
M12
67
49.0
M14
110
81.0
6 Technical data
It is important to observe the technical data during installation, operation and maintenance.
Inform personnel about the technical data.
6.4
Noise emission
Pump Type
Sound pressure level (dBA)
LKH-5
60
LKH-10
69
LKH-15
72
LKH-20
70
LKH-25
74
LKH-35
71
LKH-40
75
LKH-45
70
LKH-50
75
LKH-60
77
LKH-70
88
LKH-75
79
LKH-85
86
LKH-90
75
LKH-112
70
LKH-113
69
LKH-114
68
LKH-122
75
LKH-123
77
LKH-124
80
SolidC-1
68
SolidC-2
72
SolidC-3
73
SolidC-4
72
MR-166
76
MR-185
82
MR-200
81
MR-300
82
GM
54
FM-OS
61
The above LKH noise levels are the same for LKHPF, LKHI, LKH UltraPure, LKH Evap, LKHex.
The above SolidC noise levels are the same for SolidC UltraPure.
The noise measurements have been carried out with original motor and shroud, approximately at the Best Efficiency Point (BEP)
with water at ambient temperature and at 50 Hz.
Very often the noise level generated by the flow through the process system (e.g. valves, pipes, tanks etc.) is much higher than
what is generated by the pump itself. Therefore it is important to consider the noise level from the total system and take the
necessary precautions with regard to personal safety if required.
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7 Parts list and service kits
The drawing shows SolidC pump, sanitary version.
7.1
Drawing
TD241-041_2
US legs are different to the ones shown. For further information, see spare parts catalogue.
TD241-040_2
Flushed shaft seal
26
3001-0058
Single shaft seal
.
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The drawing shows SolidC pump, sanitary version.
7.2
SolidC - Wet end
2
2a
3
18
FSS
42
19
1
40
43 44
61
10 45
13
15
41
42
35
14
35a
68
39
60
7
30
10
30
13 15
14
62
63
31
TD 241-044
34
16
22 17
33
20 21
55
12
29
11
25
26
28
37 38
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The drawing shows SolidC pump, sanitary version.
Parts list
Pos.
20
21
25
26
29
36
37
38
55
Qty
♦
♦
4
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Denomination
Nut
Washer
Back plate
O-ring for casing
Pump casing
Impeller screw
Impeller
O-ring for impeller screw
Clamp set
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The drawing shows SolidC pump, sanitary version.
7.3
SolidC - Motor-dependent parts
2
2a
3
18
FSS
42
19
1
40
43 44
61
10 45
13
15
41
42
35
14
35a
68
39
60
7
30
10
30
13 15
14
62
63
31
TD 241-044
34
16
22 17
33
20 21
55
12
29
11
25
26
30
37 38
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The drawing shows SolidC pump, sanitary version.
Parts list
Pos.
Qty
1
2
2a
1
1
1
3
7
16
17
18
19
22
30
31
33
34
35
35a
39
60
61
62
63
68
4
1
1
4
4
4
2
2
4
4
4
4
4
4
1
4
4
4
4
Denomination
Motor WEG
Shroud
Edge list for shroud (included in
pos. "shroud")
Screw for shroud
Shaft
Adaptor
Screw for adaptor
Nut for adaptor
Washer for adaptor
Covers
Bracket
Legs
Nut for legs
Spring washer for legs
Screw for legs
Washer for legs
Nut for legs
Comp. ring
Screw for comp. ring
Nut for legs
Washer for legs
Washer for legs
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The drawing shows SolidC pump, sanitary version.
7.4
SolidC - Shaft seal
2
2a
3
18
FSS
42
19
1
40
43 44
61
10 45
13
15
41
42
35
14
35a
68
39
60
7
30
10
30
13 15
14
62
63
31
TD 241-044
34
16
22 17
33
20 21
55
12
29
11
25
26
32
37 38
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The drawing shows SolidC pump, sanitary version.
Parts list
Pos.
Qty




1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
10
11
12
13
14
15
40
41
42
43
44
45
Denomination
Complete shaft seal, C/SIC
Complete shaft seal, SIC/SIC
Complete shaft seal, C/SIC
Complete shaft seal, SIC/SIC
Tool for seal
Impeller gauge
Drive ring
Stationary seal ring
O-ring
Spring
Rotating seal ring
O-ring
Seal housing
Screw for seal housing
Tube
Lip seal
O-ring for seal housing
O-ring for drive ring
Service kits
Denomination
EPDM
NBR
FPM
FEP
Service kit for single shaft seal C/SIC

Service kit, C/SIC (SolidC-1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9611-92-2454 9611-92-2455 9611-92-2456 9611-92-2457

Service kit, C/SIC (SolidC-2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9611-92-2471 9611-92-2472 9611-92-2473 9611-92-2474

Service kit, C/SIC (SolidC-3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9611-92-2487 9611-92-2488 9611-92-2489 9611-92-2490

Service kit, C/SIC (SolidC-4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9611-92-2503 9611-92-2504 9611-92-2505 9611-92-2506
Service kit for single shaft seal SIC/SIC

Service kit, SIC/SIC (SolidC-1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9611-92-2811 9611-92-2812 9611-92-2813 9611-92-2814

Service kit, SIC/SIC (SolidC-2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9611-92-2819 9611-92-2820 9611-92-2821 9611-92-2822

Service kit, SIC/SIC (SolidC-3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9611-92-2827 9611-92-2828 9611-92-2829 9611-92-2830

Service kit, SIC/SIC (SolidC-4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9611-92-2835 9611-92-2836 9611-92-2837 9611-92-2838
Service kit for flushed shaft seal C/SIC
♦
Service kit, C/SIC (SolidC-1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9611-92-2462 9611-92-2463 9611-92-2464 9611-92-2465
♦
Service kit, C/SIC (SolidC-2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9611-92-2479 9611-92-2480 9611-92-2481 9611-92-2482
♦
Service kit, C/SIC (SolidC-3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9611-92-2495 9611-92-2496 9611-92-2497 9611-92-2498
♦
Service kit, C/SIC (SolidC-4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9611-92-2511 9611-92-2512 9611-92-2513 9611-92-2514
Service kit for flushed shaft seal SIC/SIC

Service kit, SIC/SIC (SolidC-1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9611-92-2815 9611-92-2816 9611-92-2817 9611-92-2818

Service kit, SIC/SIC (SolidC-2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9611-92-2823 9611-92-2824 9611-92-2825 9611-92-2826

Service kit, SIC/SIC (SolidC-3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9611-92-2831 9611-92-2832 9611-92-2833 9611-92-2834

Service kit, SIC/SIC (SolidC-4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9611-92-2839 9611-92-2840 9611-92-2841 9611-92-2842
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