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Brinkmann BAS6020 STA212...433, Immersion Pumps Operating Instruction
BAS6020
Operating Instructions
BRINKMANN Immersion Pumps
STA212…433
BRINKMANN PUMPS, Inc.
47060 Cartier Drive
Wixom, MI 48393
USA
Phone: +1 248 926 9400
Fax.: +1 248 926 9405
www.brinkmannpumps.com
sales@brinkmannpumps.com
Subject to change without prior notice.
Order - No.: BAS6020 ENGLISH
 Brinkmann Pumps, Inc.
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Brinkmann Immersions Pumps of the Series STA212 ... 433
Contents
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Indication to the manual .................................... 2
Description of the Product .............................. 2-3
Safety instructions ............................................. 4
Transportation and Storage ............................... 4
Installation and Connection ............................ 5-6
Start-up / Shut-down ......................................... 6
Operation........................................................... 6
8
9
10
11
12
13
1 Indication to the manual
This operating manual gives basic instructions which
are to be observed during installation, operation and
maintenance of the pump. It is therefore imperative
that this manual be read by the responsible personnel
and operator prior to assembly and commissioning. It
is always to be kept available at the installation site.
1.1
Identification of safety instructions in the
operating manual
Safety instructions given in this manual noncompliance with which would affect safety are identified by the following symbol
Safety sign according with ISO 3864 – B.3.1
or where electrical safety is involved, with:
Safety sign according with ISO 3864 – B.3.6
Where non-compliance with the safety instructions
may cause a risk to the machine and it’s function the
word
ATTENTION
Servicing and Maintenance ............................... 6
Troubleshooting Guide ...................................... 7
Spare Parts..................................................... 8-9
Repair ................................................................ 9
Disposal ............................................................. 9
Terms and Conditions ................................ 10-11
2.2 Intended use
The immersion pumps of the series STA are suitable
for handling contaminated coolants within the limiting
application in accordance with table 1.
Limit of Application (Table 1)
Type
STA212...433
Mediums
Coolant, cooling- and cutting-oils
Kinetic viscosity …200 SSU (...45 mm2/s)
of the medium
Temperature of
medium
30 … 175 °F (0 ... 80 °C)
Particle-size in
the medium
0.2 Inches (5 mm) STA212…213
0.27 Inches (7 mm) STA322…323
0.43 Inches (11 mm) STA432…433
min. delivery
volume
1% of Q max.
Dry running
Dry running causes increased wear
and should be avoided.
During the test of the direction of
rotation (< 30 s) permissible.
Motor cycle
time per hour
Motors less 4.0 HP (3 kW) max. 200
from 4.0 HP (3 kW) to 5.4 HP (4.0
kW) max. 40
Ambient
temperature
104 °F (40 °C)
Set-up altitude
3280 ft (1000 m)
is inserted.
2 Description of the Product
2.1 General description of the pump
Pumps of this type are two and three-stage rotary
pumps where the impellers are fixed on the driving
shaft extension. The pump shaft and motor shaft are
interconnected by means of a shaft clamp. Pump and
motor form a compact and space-saving unit. These
pumps are fitted out with semi-open impellers.
Vertically mounted pumps are equipped with a mounting flange. The pump end immerses into the tank and
the motor extends vertically above the tank.
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ATTENTION
The pumps are to be operated within their design
limits. Applications outside of these limits are not
approved. The manufacturer is not responsible for any
damages resulting from use of the pumps in such
applications.
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2.3
Technical data
Max. del.
pressure
spec. weight 1
PSI
bar
Max. del.
volume
STA212S 170
250
320
400
490
600
45
3.1
85
STA213S 220
300
370
450
540
650
850
1000
66
4.6
STA322S 170
250
320
400
490
600
800
950
44
STA323S 220
300
370
450
540
650
850
1000
1)
Height
H
Inches
mm
Depth of
1)
immersion
320
15.0
380
6.69
9.84
12.60
15.75
19.29
23.62
170
250
320
400
490
600
68
72
74
76
78
82
86
330
17.3
439
8.66
11.81
14.57
17.72
21.26
25.59
33.46
39.37
220
300
370
450
540
650
850
1000
3.0
135
510
17.3
439
6.69
9.84
12.60
15.75
19.29
23.62
31.50
37.40
64
4.4
140
540
17.3
439
STA432S 200
280
350
430
520
630
830
1000
52
3.6
185
710
STA433S 260
340
410
490
580
690
890
1040
73
5.1
190
720
Type
GPM
l/min
h Inches mm
Weight
g
lbs
Power
kg
HP
kW
Noise level
2)
STA
dBA / 60 Hz
31.0 2.3
32.5
33.5
34.5
35.5
37.0
1.75
69
88
90
93
95
97
101
115
121
40
41
42
43
44
46
52
55
3.4
2.55
69
170
250
320
400
490
600
800
950
82
84
86
88
93
95
110
115
37
38
39
40
42
43
50
52
2.9
2.18
69
8.66
11.81
14.57
17.72
21.26
25.59
33.46
39.37
220
300
370
450
540
650
850
1000
90
93
95
97
99
104
117
124
41
42
43
44
45
47
53
56
3.9
2.94
69
18.8
478
7.68
10.83
13.58
16.73
20.28
24.61
32.48
39.17
195
275
345
425
515
625
825
995
110
113
115
117
121
124
137
141
50
51
52
53
55
56
62
64
5.1 3.8
73
20.0
508
10.24
13.39
16.14
19.29
22.83
27.17
35.04
40.94
260
340
410
490
580
690
890
1040
130
132
137
139
141
143
159
163
59
60
62
63
64
65
72
74
7.7 5.75
73
1) Dimensions in accordance with page 5
2) Noise emissions measured in accordance with
DIN 45635 at a distance of 39.37 Inches (1 m).
The motor is surface-cooled and compliant with
DIN IEC 34 and EN 60034 (protection degree IP 55).
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3 Safety instructions
When operating the pump, the safety instructions
contained in this manual, the relevant national accident prevention regulations and any other service and
safety instructions issued by the plant operator are to
be observed.
3.1
Hazards in the event of non-compliance with
the safety instructions
Non-compliance with the safety instructions may
produce a risk to the personnel as well as to the
environment and the machine and results in a loss of
any right to claim damages.
For example, non-compliance may involve the following hazards:
 Failure of important
chines/plant
functions
of
the
ma-
 Failure of specified procedures of maintenance
and repair
 Exposure of people to electrical, mechanical and
chemical hazards
 Endangering the environment due to hazardous
substances being released
3.2
Unauthorized modes of operation
 Pump may not be used in potentially explosive
environments!
 Pump and discharge piping are not designed to
hold any weight and may not be used as a step
ladder.
3.3
3.5 Safety instructions relevant for operation
 If hot or cold machine components involve hazards, they must be guarded against accidental
contact.
 Guards for moving parts (e.g. coupling) must not
be removed from the machine while in operation.
 Any leakage of hazardous (e.g. explosive, toxic,
hot) fluids (e.g. from the shaft seal) must be
drained away so as to prevent any risk to persons
or the environment. Statutory regulations are to be
complied with.
 Hazards resulting from electricity are to be prevented (see for example, the VDE Specifications
and the bye-laws of the local power supply utilities).
 The pumps’ stability against falling over is not
ensured unless it is properly mounted onto the
tank.
 The female threads on the motor MUST NOT be
used to lift the entire pump and motor assembly.
3.6
Safety instructions relevant for maintenance,
inspection and assembly work
Any work on the machine shall only be performed
when it is at a standstill, it being imperative that the
procedure for shutting down the machine described in
this manual be followed.
Pumps and pump units which convey hazardous
media must be decontaminated.
On completion of work all safety and protective facilities must be re-installed and made operative again.
Prior to restarting the machine, the instructions listed
under “Start up” are to be observed.
3.7 Signs on the pump
It is imperative that signs affixed to the machine, e.g.:
Remaining Risk
 arrow indicating the direction of rotation
Risk of Injury!
Risk of squeezing or crushing body parts when installing or removing the pump exists. Proper and
secured lifting tools must be used.
Risk of burns!
The pump must have cooled down sufficiently prior to
commencing any repair, maintenance or installation.
Qualification and training of operating personnel
The personnel responsible for operation, maintenance, inspection and assembly must be adequately
qualified. Scope of responsibility and supervision of
the personnel must be exactly defined by the plant
operator. If the staff does not have the necessary
knowledge, they must be trained and instructed,
which may be performed by the machine manufacturer or supplier on behalf of the plant operator. Moreover, the plant operator is to make sure that the contents of the operating manual are fully understood by
the personnel.
 symbols indicating fluid connections
be observed and kept legible.
3.8
Unauthorized alterations and production of
spare parts
Any modification may be made to the machine only
after consultation with the manufacturer. Using spare
parts and accessories authorized by the manufacturer
is in the interest of safety. Use of other parts may
exempt the manufacturer from any liability.
3.4
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4 Transportation and Storage
Protect the pump against damage when transporting.
The pumps may only be transported in a horizontal
position and hooks or straps must be attached on the
motor and pump end.
Do not use the pump shaft for connecting any transportation aids such as hooks or straps.
Pumps must be drained prior to their storage.
Store pump in dry and protected areas and protect it
against penetration of foreign bodies.
Always store pump above the freezing point!
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5.2
5 Installation and Connection
5.1 Mechanical installation
During any assembly or disassembly process the
pumps must be secured against tipping trough ropes
for example at all times.
Pumps must be mounted securely. Piping, tank and
pumps must be mounted without any tension.
The inlet is at the bottom of the immersed pump body.
The distance between the inlet and the tank bottom
must be so large that the inlet can not be blocked by
deposits during longer shutdowns.
To obtain the full flow rate it is recommended to
choose for the pipework the nominal bore diameter of
the pumps cross section for connection. Therefore
pipe bends should be used, not pipe angles!
The pipework must be qualified for occuring hydraulic
pressure.
Electric wiring
All service work must be carried out by qualified
service personnel. Pump must be disconnected
from the power source and all rotating parts must
stand still. Reassure that pump is disconnected
from power source and cannot be switched on.
Verify that there is no voltage at the terminal
board!
According to the European Standard EN809 a motor
overload must be installed and properly set to the full
load amps stated on the pump name plate.
It is the responsibility of the machine operator to
decide whether or not an additional emergency switch
must be installed.
5.2.1
Circuit
Tension voltage and frequency must correspond with
the shown specification on the nameplate.
The pump must be wired so that a solid longterm
electrical connection is ensured. Establish a solid
ground connection.
The electrical wiring must be performed according
to the wiring diagram shown inside the terminal
box cover. (Please see above sample wiring diagrams)
Wiring diagram e.g.
Voltage changing 1:2 YY / Y
e.g. 230 / 460 V, 60 Hz
Dimensions in Inches (mm)
YY
Low Voltage
Y
High Voltage
ATTENTION
Maximum tightening torque for piping connections is 110 ft. lbs. (150 Nm)!
When installed the space around the pump must
be large enough to provide sufficient cooling of
the motor.
Do not prop up the pressure line via the joining
socket.
The pump must be mounted in that way that
rotating parts under the cover of the coolant tank
can not be touched!
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Circuit on request
Y (Star connection)
7 Operation
up to 7.4 HP
(5.5 kW)
∆ (Delta connection)
8, 8.7, 10.1, 12.1, 14.7, 17.4 HP
(6, 6.5, 7.5, 9, 11, 13 kW)
Y 440 V – 480 V
60 Hz
∆ 440 V – 480 V
60 Hz
Liquid level
According to the drawing shown below, the maximum
liquid level must stay about 1.18 Inches (30 mm)
below the mounting flange, also ensure that the
minimal liquid level for the STA pump is 2.17 Inches
(55 mm) before starting up the motor.
Voltage changing ∆ / Y.
e. g. 220 V – 240 V / 380 V – 420 V, 50 Hz
∆ (Delta Connection)
Y (Star Connection)
∆ 220 V – 240 V,
50 Hz
Y 380 V – 420 V,
50 Hz
There may be no foreign objects such as dirt, particles
or humidity inside the terminal board.
Mount terminal board cover to motor tight against dust
and humidity and close up all unused wiring ports.
Dimensions in Inches (mm)
ATTENTION
When Variable Frequency Drives are used interfering
signals might occur.
Non-sinus shaped supply voltage from a variable
frequency drive might result in elevated motor temperatures.
If the pump should lock up and cease, shut pump down
(see 6.2) and disconnect from power supply. Pump
must be uninstalled and removed from the system prior
to its repair.
6 Start-up / Shut-down
6.1
Start-up
ATTENTION
Switch off at the mains.
After connection the electrical wires, close the terminal box. Briefly start the motor (max. 30 sec.) and
check the rotation according to the arrow on the top of
the motor.
If the direction is incorrect change over two of the
power leads.
6.2 Shut-down
All service work must be carried out by qualified
service personnel. Pump must be disconnected from
the power source and all rotating parts must stand
still. Reassure that pump is disconnected from power
source and cannot be switched on. Verify that there
is no voltage at the terminal board!
Open terminal box and disconnect the power leads.
Empty out the pump.
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8 Servicing and Maintenance
ATTENTION
The surface of the motor must be kept free of dirt.
The motor shaft is spinning in permanently greased
ball bearings (with special grease and increased
bearing play) and does not require any special
maintenance.
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9 Troubleshooting Guide
Fault
Cause
Remedy
Motor does not start, no motor
noise
At least two of the power supply
leads have failed
Check fuses, terminals and supply
leads.
Overload has tripped
Inspect overload
One of the supply leads has failed
See above
Impeller faulty
Motor bearing faulty
Replace impeller
Replace bearing
Overload trips
Pump locked up mechanically
High on/of cycling frequency
Inspect pump hydraulics
Check application
Power consumption is too high
Wrong direction of rotation of
impeller
Lime or other deposits
mechanical friction
See above
High on/off cycling frequency
Wrong power supply (voltage or
cycles)
See above
Power supply must correspond with
name plate rating
Insufficient cooling
Check air flow at motor fan
Pump does not pump
liquid level too low
Pump mechanism faulty
Pipe blocked
Fill up liquid
replace pump mechanism
Clean pipe
Insufficient flow and pressure
Wrong direction of rotation of
impeller
Change over two power supply
leads
Pump mechanism silted up
Worn pump mechanism
Clean pump mechanism
Replace pump mechanism
Incorrect flow or pressure
Wrong power supply (voltage or
cycles)
Power supply must correspond with
name plate rating
Running noise/Vibration
Foreign objects in pump end
Impeller damaged
Bearing/Bushing broken
Remove foreign objects
Replace impeller
Replace bearing/bushing
Motor does not start, humming noise
Motor overheats
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Clean pump mechanism
repair pump
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10 Spare Parts
10.1 Spare Part List for the Immersion
of the Series STA212 ... 433
Pumps
Up 23.6 Inches (600 mm) depth of immersion:
(58)
(67)
(78)
(92)
(93)
Extension pump body
O-ring
Socket head cap screw
Extension shaft
Shaft clamp
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DIN 912
Item
1
2
3
4
7
8
9
9
10
11
13
14
15
16
17
19
21
22
23
24
25
26
50
51
52
53
55
59
61
62
63
64
66
68
69
75
76
80
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
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Description
Stator with terminal board
Motor flange
End shield
Terminal box
Fan
Fan cover
Ball bearing
Ball bearing 2.3 HP…3.9 HP
Ball bearing
Gasket
Retaining ring
Thread rolling screw
Slotted cheese head screw
Socket head cap screw
Socket head cap screw
Parallel pin
Retaining ring
Retaining ring
Compensation disk
Shaft seal
O-ring
Shaft seal
Pump body
Shaft with rotor
Inlet cover
Pump plate
Impeller
Distance liner
Running sleeve
Bearing bush
Distance plate
Woodruff key
O-ring
Splash ring
Shaft seal
Hexagon head screw
Hexagon thin nut
Washer
Joining socket
Socket head cap screw
Spring washer
O-ring
Screw plug
Sealing ring
Serrated lock washer
Flat head screw
Shaft clamp
Insert shaft
DIN 625
DIN 628
DIN 625
DIN
DIN
DIN
DIN
DIN
DIN
DIN
DIN
471
7500
84
912
912
7
472
471
DIN 6888
DIN 931
DIN 439
DIN 912
DIN 7980
DIN 908
DIN 7603
DIN 7991
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10.2 Indications to the spare part order
Spare parts are available from the supplier.
Standard commercially available parts are to be
purchased in accordance with the model type.
The ordering of spare parts should contain the following details:
1. Pumptype
e.g. STA323S450
2. Pump No.
e.g. 01186020
The date of the construction year is a component
of the pumps type number.
3. Voltage, Frequency and Power
Take item 1, 2 and 3 from the nameplate
4. Spare part with item No.
e.g. Inlet cover item No. 52
11.2 Assembling the insert shaft and motor shaft
ATTENTION
Clean the contact surfaces of the insert shaft (2)
(inside) and the motor shaft (3). They must not be
lubricated or oiled.
– Set the motor down on the fan cover.
– Position the shaft clamp (1) (use a new shaft
clamp) in the centre of the cranked clamping diameter (2) of the insert shaft.
– Insert the motor shaft (3) into the insert shaft (2).
– Tighten:
Mark the first screw and tighten all the screws
evenly by hand, one after the other in a clockwise
direction (not cross-ways).
Tighten the shaft clamp ( 35 mm ) for
STA212…433
Use a torque screwdriver to tighten each screw first
with 1.5 ft. lbs. (2 Nm) then with 2.6 ft. lbs. (3.5
Nm) and finally with 3.7 ft. lbs. (5 Nm) (in a clockwise direction again).
Mount the pump body.
In the case of pumps with an extension body, the
assembly and tightening of the second shaft clamp
( 24 mm) is carried out as before. Only the torques are different: first 1 ft. lbs. (1.3 Nm) then 2 ft.
lbs. (2.6 Nm) and finally 3 ft. lbs. (4 Nm) (in a
clockwise direction again).
The remainder of the reassembly process is to be
completed in the opposite order of the prior described
dismantling process.
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11 Repair Instructions / Replacing shaft
clamps and shafts
3
1
2
1 = Shaft clamp
2 = Insert / extension shaft
3 = Motor shaft / Insert shaft
11.1 Dismantling the insert shaft or extension
shaft
– Disconnect the submergible pump from the mains
both electrically and mechanically.
– Remove pump from system. Secure pump against
tipping over, i.e. use ropes to secure pump.
– Set the pump down on the fan cover. Dismantle
the pump unit and the extension pump body (if appropriate).
ATTENTION
Note torques for the screw connections!
When putting the pump back into use, make sure the
direction of rotation is correct!
Wear safety gloves!
Risk of injury due to sharp edges on pump components, i.e. impeller blades.
– Loosen the screws on the shaft clamp (1) one after
the other.
Tightening torques for screwed connections
M6
M8
Thread -  M5
8.8
8.8
8.8
Strength
classes
Tightening 3.3 (4.5) 3.3 (4.5) 15 (20)
Item. 78
torque
3.3 (4.5)
ft. lbs. (Nm)
Do not, under any circumstances, remove the screws
completely, danger of injury!
22 (30)
Item.
83 , 76
Item 3
– Remove the extension shaft (2) and shaft
clamp (1).
– Dismantle the pump body.
– Loosen the screws on the shaft clamp (1)
(see above), pull the insert shaft (2) off the motor
shaft (3).
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12 Disposal
When disposing of the pump or the packaging materials the local and national regulation for proper disposal must be complied with.
Prior to its disposal, the pump must be completely
drained and decontaminated if necessary.
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13 Brinkmann Pumps Inc.
Terms and Conditions
The following terms and conditions
govern all quotations made by
Brinkmann Pumps Inc. („Brinkmann“)
and any orders based upon these
quotations. No contract term or condition
shall be amended, deleted or added
without the express written consent of
Brinkmann, and Brinkmann hereby
rejects any terms set forth in any other
writing which are in addition to or different from the terms in this quotation.
These items and conditions and any
other terms and conditions delivered in
writing by an authorized agent of
Brinkmann contemporaneously herewith
constitute the complete agreement
between Brinkmann and the buyer and
supersede all prior oral, written or printed
statements of any kind (including any
terms and conditions submitted by the
buyer and performance or production
data from any source whatsoever,
including references to accuracy, capacity, and capability of products, all of which
are estimates only) made by Brinkmann
or the buyer or their respective representatives. No statement, recommendation or assistance given by Brinkmann or
its representatives to buyer or its representatives, in connection with the use of
any products by buyer, shall constitute a
waiver by Brinkmann of any of the
provisions hereof or affect Brinkmann‘s
liability, as defined herein. All transactions covered hereby and all terms and
conditions of sale shall be governed by
the laws of the state of Michigan.
Prices
The products offered in this proposal and
the prices quoted are based on our
understanding of buyer‘s requirements;
any change in requirements will necessitate a revision in prices quoted. Prices
are F.O.B. our dock, Wixom, Michigan, or
other location as specified on proposal.
Brinkmann‘s prices do not include sales,
use, excise, or similar tax, applicable to
the sale or use of the equipment proposed. These taxes shall be paid by the
buyer, or in lieu thereof, the buyer shall
provide Brinkmann with a tax exemption
certificate acceptable to the taxing
authorities.
Delays or failure to deliver
Brinkmann shall not be responsible for
delay or failure to deliver due to acts of
God, or to government action (civil or
military), or to prior orders, or to fire,
embargo, strike or other labor problems,
wrecks, delays in transportation, unusually severe weather or inability to obtain
necessary labor or materials from the
usual source of supply, or any other
circumstances beyond Brinkmann‘s
control.
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Brinkmann shall have the right to furnish
suitable substitutes for materials which
cannot be obtained because of such
force majeure.
Installation
Buyer shall install at its own expense, all
products covered hereby in accordance
with the operating instructions to be
furnished to buyer upon request. Unless
otherwise stated, no installation services
are included in the price indicated.
Limited warranty
Brinkmann warrants to the buyer (but not
to any others) for a period of one year
from date of shipment that all new parts
are free from defects in material and
workmanship.
Brinkmann‘s said warranty shall exist
only if buyer gives written notice to
Brinkmann within ten days after the first
determination that the part is defective
and within the aforesaid one year period
from the date of shipment and includes in
said notice consent to Brinkmann to
inspect, at any reasonable time, said part
and the machine in which it may be
embodied, and if, and only if, Brinkmann
determines to its reasonable satisfaction
upon said inspection that said part and
the machine in which it may be embodied are, and have been, used in accordance with all Brinkmann‘s instructions as
to maintenance and operation set forth in
the operating instructions relating to the
machine. Brinkmann‘s warranty is limited
to shipping to buyer replacement of any
part which is so proven to be defective
and in any event shall have no liability
whatsoever for incidental or consequential damage or loss of profit,
including damages resulting from personal injury or death, or damage to, or
loss of use of, any property. Brinkmann
is not responsible for shipping costs or
labor, extends no warranty of any kind
for gasket, seals and wear and tear
materials. Notwithstanding any provisions of these terms and conditions, this
warranty is the only warranty extended by Brinkmann in connection with
any sales of products and is in lieu of
all other warranties, express or
implied, including warranties of
merchantability or fitness for purpose.
No agent, employee or representative of
Brinkmann has any authority to bind
Brinkmann to any affirmation, representation, or warranty concerning the
products that are the subject of this
quotation beyond that specifically
included in the written quotation.
Brinkmann shall have no obligation to
install or provide improvements or
changes in design adapted by
Brinkmann for similar equipment subsequent to acceptance of buyer‘s order.
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Warranties have been discussed and
understood by both parties.
Buyer‘s use and O.S.H.A.
Buyer shall use and require all persons
operating the equipment to use all proper
and safe operating procedures set forth
in operating instructions relating to the
equipment and observe all occupational
safety health and standards act
(O.S.H.A.), American National Standard
Institute (ANSI), and state regulations as
required and all available, feasible and
practical point of operation safety devices consistent with buyer‘s use of the
equipment. Buyer shall not remove or
modify, any device, warning sign,
operating instructions or work handling
tools installed on or attached to the
equipment. Buyer shall notify Brinkmann
promptly, in writing, and in all events
within ten (10) days after its occurrence,
of any accident or malfunction involving
any equipment which results in injury to
or death of persons or damage to
property, or the loss of use thereof and
buyer shall cooperate fully with
Brinkmann in investigation and determining the cause of any such occurrence of
malfunction. At Brinkmann‘s request
made at any time, buyer will either at its
or Brinkmann‘s place of business, permit
to redesign, remodel or revise the
equipment and buyer waives any claims
against Brinkmann for buyer‘s inability to
use the equipment during the time that
same is out of service for such revision,
modification or redesign.
Brinkmann shall not be responsible for
any failure to comply which results from
the location, operation, design, use or
maintenance of the equipment from
alternation of the equipment by persons
or firms other than Brinkmann, or from an
option or accessory to the equipment by
persons or firms other than Brinkmann,
which was available to the buyer but
omitted at the buyer‘s direction, or from
design or instructions furnished by the
buyer or its agents. In view of the above,
Brinkmann does not make any warranties with respect to O.S.H.A. requirements, including noise; and will not be
responsible for fines, penalties, or
consequential damages.
Payment terms
Net payment in full of all invoices is due
thirty (30) days net, unless stated
otherwise in quotation. Any unpaid
balance thereafter shall be subject to a
service charge of 1.75 % per month or, if
illegal, at the highest rate allowed by law.
There shall be no extension or change in
the time for payment due to delay in
installation and/or delays in operation of
the equipment caused by damage,
warranty service or warranty replacement
of parts. If after Brinkmann‘s acceptance
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of buyer‘s purchase order, buyer requests Brinkmann to delay shipment of
the equipment, the purchase price shall
become due and owing thirty (30) days
after the equipment is ready for shipment.
If buyer fails to pay the purchase price as
provided herein and Brinkmann institutes
a lawsuit for the collection of said price,
buyer agrees to pay Brinkmann‘s reasonable attorney fees incurred in connection therewith.
Acceptance of orders
Quotations are offered for written acceptance within thirty (30) days from date
(unless otherwise stated) but are subject
to change without notice at any time
before acceptance. If any order contains
printed, stamped or other provisions
inconsistent or in conflict with the terms
and conditions hereof, the terms and
conditions hereof shall control, unless
otherwise specifically stated by
Brinkmann in writing. All clerical errors
are subject to correction in favor of either
party upon notice of either party. All
orders are subject to the credit approval
of Brinkmann. An order containing
subject matter not within the contemplation of the proposal shall be subject to a
further quotation as to price or delivery or
both. Modifications, changes, deferred
shipments, cancellations or additions will
be effective only if accepted by
Brinkmann in writing and then only upon
terms that will indemnify Brinkmann
against all costs and losses.
Title and security agreement
Delivery to carrier shall constitute transfer to the buyer, and all risk of loss or
damage in transit shall be borne by the
buyer.
By execution of a purchase order, buyer
hereby grants to Brinkmann a security
interest in the equipment covered by the
proposal, and its products and/or proceeds in order to secure the payment of
the purchase price thereof and buyer
authorizes to file financing statements
reflecting this security interest without
buyer‘s signature. Buyer will cooperate
with Brinkmann in preparing documents
necessary to perfect this security interest.
Proprietary and other materials
This quotation and all drawings, specifications, materials, patterns, and special
purpose manufacturing aids which are
supplied to buyer by Brinkmann shall be
kept in confidence and shall be listed and
maintained in suitable condition at the
expense of buyer and are to be considered the property of Brinkmann held on
consignment by buyer and to be insured
while in buyer‘s possession. Such
articles and all copies thereof from any
source shall be returned to Brinkmann at
any time upon request and shall not be
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used for or by any third parties without
the express written permission of
Brinkmann.
Performance in event of default
In addition to the rights and remedies
conferred upon Brinkmann by law,
Brinkmann will not be required to proceed with the performance of any order
or contract if buyer is in default in the
performance of any order or contract with
Brinkmann and in case of doubt as to
buyer‘s financial condition, shipments
under an order may be suspended or
sent sight draft with bill of lading attached
and Brinkmann may decline further
shipments except for cash before
shipment.
Hold harmless/indemnity
Except to the extent of the limited
warranty set forth above and
Brinkmann‘s own gross negligence or
willful misconduct, buyer hereby:
(1) waives, releases and discharges any
and all claims of any and every kind
(including but not limited to injury or
death of any person or damage to
property), which it may have at any time
against Brinkmann, its agents or employees, by reason of or arising out of
any claimed improper design, specification or manufacture of the equipment
sold hereunder, or of any claimed
inadequate or insufficient safeguards or
safety devices; and (2) covenants to
indemnify and hold harmless Brinkmann,
its agents and employees of, from and
against any and all loss, damage,
expense (including attorney‘s fees),
claims, suits or liability which Brinkmann
or any of its employees may sustain or
incur at any time for or by reason of any
injury or death of any person or persons
or damage to any property, arising out of
any claimed improper design or manufacture of the equipment sold hereunder,
or of any claimed inadequate or insufficient safeguards or safety devices.
improvement over former practice.
Production data, where given, are based
on Brinkmann‘s careful analysis and
understanding of the limits of accuracy,
machinability of materials, amount of
material to be removed, handling facilities provided, and location points but are
nonetheless an estimate only and not
guaranteed or warranted. In no event
shall Brinkmann be responsible for
performance figures supplied by other
parties. If by written agreement the
equipment is to be subject to acceptance
tests before shipment, rejection under
this clause must take place prior to
shipment.
Returned equipment
In no case is equipment to be returned
without first obtaining written permission
from Brinkmann. Unless otherwise
expressly agreed an order for equivalent
value must accompany returned equipment and all such returned equipment
will be accepted for credit only after
inspection. Equipment returned without
good cause and for which no credit is
given shall be subject to a restocking
charge. Buyer returning equipment must
pay transportation charges and bear
risks of loss or damage to goods while in
transit. Acceptance of returned products
by Brinkmann‘s receiving department
shall not bind Brinkmann nor have any
force or effect unless acceptance is
made by Brinkmann in writing.
Electrical equipment
Motors, electrical equipment and wiring
on the equipment quoted will be supplied
in accordance with the manufacturer‘s
standards. Unless specifically quoted
they are not guaranteed to meet ordinances of any local governing body and
the responsibility of conforming to any
local ordinance is assumed by the buyer.
Inspection and testing, production
estimates and performance
All working drawings or other materials
provided by Brinkmann are for general
information purposes only and may or
may not relate to buyer‘s order or other
equipment. Any specifications contained
therein are not binding on Brinkmann
except as expressly so stated.
Brinkmann reserves the right to make, at
any time, such changes in detail of
design or construction as shall in the sole
judgment of Brinkmann constitute an
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