Hydromatic 40RP/RDP and 60RP/RDP Self Priming Sewage and Trash Pumps Owner's manual

Hydromatic 40RP/RDP and 60RP/RDP Self Priming Sewage and Trash Pumps Owner's manual
MODELS 40RP/RDP and 60RP/RDP
SELF PRIMING SEWAGE
AND TRASH PUMPS
INSTALLATION AND SERVICE MANUAL
For use with pumps built in 2005 or later.
NOTE! To the installer: Please make sure you provide this manual to the owner of the equip­ment or to the responsible
party who maintains the system.
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Information
The RP and RDP self-priming
centrifugal pump has a semiopen
impeller and suction flap valve.
Pump is designed to handle raw
unscreened sewage, mild industrial
waste and slurries containing
entrained solids. The material of
construction is a cast iron volute
case and bearing frame, ductile
iron impeller and wear plate.
General Information:
Thank you for purchasing your
Hydromatic® self-priming pump.
If there are any additional
questions not covered in this
manual, please contact the
Hydromatic representative or
Hydromatic Pump.
Before Operation:
Read the following instructions
carefully. Reasonable care and
safe methods should be practiced
for installation and operation of
pump. Check all local codes and
requirements before installation.
Attention:
This manual contains important
information for the safe use of
this product. Read this manual
completely before using this product
and refer to it often for continued
safe product use. DO NOT
THROW AWAY OR LOSE THIS
MANUAL. Keep it in a safe place
so that you may refer to it often.
Unpacking Pump:
Remove pump from pallet.
When unpacking unit, check for
concealed damage. Claims for
damage must be made at the
receiving end through the delivery
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hardware. Check oil levels and
lubricate as necessary.
Do not smoke or use sparkable
electrical devices or flames in
a septic (gaseous) or possible
septic area.
WARNING: Before handling
these pumps and controls,
always disconnect the power
first.
CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION
65 WARNING:
This product and
related accessories contain
chemicals known to the State of
California to cause cancer, birth
defects or other reproductive
harm.
Pump Not Operating or
in Storage:
If pump is not put into service
immediately, it must be properly
stored to prevent damage. Store
unit in a dry warm location. Never
store unit in the open even if it
is protected with plastic or other
covering. The bearing housing
and motor will draw moisture,
which may result in pump failure
after being put in operation.
While in storage pumps with
carbon ceramic seals must have
impellers manually rotated (6
to 12 revolutions) after setting
non-operational for 3 months or
longer and prior to electrical start-up.
Pumps with tungsten carbide seals
must have impellers manually
rotated (6 to 12 revolutions)
after setting non-operational for
3 weeks or longer and prior to
electrical start-up.
Motors:
Pump unit may be shipped less
the motor for customer to supply
and mount.
Motor Types:
Pumps can be driven by standard
open drip-proof, totally enclosed
fan cooled, totally enclosed
hazardous location or drip-proof
with encapsulated windings for
moisture protection. If motor is
to operate in the open or in a
dusty location a totally enclosed
fan cooled motor must be used.
If pump is to operate in a damp
location a motor with encapsulated
winding should be used. Motors
are to be sized so that no overload
will exist in the operating range of
the pump.
NOTE: When pump units are
mounted at the factory, the
driver and pump are aligned
before shipment. During transit
and handling of pump and
components misalignment may
occur. Before operation the drive
alignment should be checked.
Shaft Couplings:
We recommend using Wood’s
flexible coupling to prevent
misalignment and noise that can
be caused by other couplings. The
extra cost of the coupling is easily
saved in installation and field
service that can result from
coupling problems.
V-belt drive:
Where V-belts are used, keep
belts tight by adjusting motor base
screws. Belts should run cool.
If belts heat up it will indicate
slipping. The V-belts should be
fiddle string tight.
CAUTION: Belt guards and
coupling guards must be
properly installed before
operating pump unit.
Electrical Starting Equipment:
If electrical starting equipment is
not furnished with pump, certain
precautions must be observed in
selecting motor starter.
Ground:
Connect a ground wire to motors,
control box and other related
controls, ground wire to be sized
to the National Electric Code
article 250-95. Ground wire must
be connected to a driven ground
stake or to a ground wire from the
supply service. If a ground stake
is used it must be driven at least
8 feet into the ground.
Type of Starter:
For three phase power a magnetic
starter with 3 leg overload
protection is recommended to
prevent motor burnout that can
occur from single phasing or
transformer faults on three-phase
systems. For single-phase motors
a standard starter with 2-leg overload
protection is recommended.
Codes:
All local wiring codes must be
observed and any exceptions to
data given must be followed in
accordance with the local code.
Consult the local inspector before
installation to avoid costly delays
that can occur due to rejection
after job is finished.
Electrical:
1. For motor overload protection
the magnetic starter trip amp
rating should not be more than
1.25 times the full load amps
of the motor. Hydromatic
recommends a rating of 1.15
times the full load amps of
the motor.
2. Always use fused disconnect
switch or circuit breaker
ahead of magnetic starter for
short circuit protection. When
duplex pumps are used and
are operated from single
disconnect switch, be sure
disconnect switch is large
enough to withstand the
starting current of both
pumps coming on at once.
This can occur after a power
failure. This is important as a
blown fuse or tripped circuit
breaker can make both
pumps and an alarm system
inoperative, resulting in
flooding or other damage.
Pump
Installation
Pump Installation Foundation:
Pump frame or base should be
installed on a concrete floor with
proper shims and grout. Use
hardwood tapered shims to drive
under base to level. Base should
be about 1 to 1-1/2" off the floor.
Build form around the base and
fill base inside cavity with grout.
Foundation bolts can be set in the
grout or set in the concrete floor
with expansion bolts.
Grout should be made with 1 part
cement and 2 parts sand. Mixture
should be fluid enough to run
under base. Wood shim blocks
can be removed after grout has
set and holes filled with quick set
cement.
NOTE: Maximum 5/8" diameter
fastener is to be used for
mounting pump to foundation.
All piping to suction and discharge
openings of pump must be
supported to remove stress from
the pump case and bearing frame.
Suction Pipe:
1. Suction pipe should be same
size as pump opening. DO
NOT use larger suction
pipe as priming time will be
increased and velocity may
not be high enough to properly
carry solids.
2. Pump should be installed
as close to the liquid being
pumped as possible with
a minimum of elbows or
fittings.
3. To avoid air pockets suction
pipe must be as short and
direct as possible. Suction pipe
must always slope upward
to the pump from the source
of the liquid being pumped.
4. The suction pipe should be
installed at a distance equal
to 1-1/2 times the diameter of
the suction pipe from the wall
of the wet well, minimum.
5. The suction pipe should be
installed at a distance equal
to one half the diameter of
the suction pipe or 3" from
the floor of the wet well,
minimum.
6. If more than one suction pipe
is to be installed in the same
wet well, a distance equal to
at least 3 times the diameter
of the suction pipe should
separate them, minimum.
7. Submergence of the suction
pipe is critical to efficient pump
operations. See the following
chart for the recommended
minimum submergence vs.
velocity. Submergence may
be reduced by installing a
standard pipe increaser fitting
at the end of the suction
pipe. The larger opening size
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Pump
Installation
will reduce the inlet velocity
and required submergence.
See Figure 1, page 9.
Vertical Suction Lift:
Vertical lift should not be more
than 25 feet. This is for starting
level only. After pump primes,
level can be pumped down to 26
to 27 feet if desired, but sump
level must rise up to the original
level for restart. All suction line
joints must be airtight as a leak
in the suction pipe can cause
pump to lose prime or not
prime at all. Always check
N.P.S.H. calculations for available
atmosphere pressure before
applying pump.
Discharge Lines:
If the discharge line ends at
level lower than the liquid being
pumped, a siphon breaker must
be installed in the discharge line.
Otherwise, siphoning action may
cause damage to the pump.
The discharge line should include
a system check valve, with outside
weight or spring, to protect the
pump from excessive shock
pressure and reverse rotation
when pump is stopped. Do not
depend on the check valve at
pump suction to hold discharge
pressure. The discharge line
should include an isolation valve,
plug valve or gate valve, to isolate
the pump from the discharge line.
This will allow maintenance to
be performed on the pump or
check valve without draining
the discharge line.
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Air Bleed Pipe:
A 3/4" or 1" bleed line with
ball valve or gate valve must
be installed between the pump
discharge flange and discharge
check valve. The bleed line
should be installed as close to the
discharge check valve as possible,
end of bleed line to extend a
minimum of 6" below low water
offset point in the wet well. The
valve in the bleed line is to be
fully open at initial start-up of
pump. After initial start-up the
valve is to be left partially open
at all times. This will allow any
trapped air or gas to be vented
back to the wet well. Be sure vent
line is under water at all times.
This is important. See installation
drawings. (Figure 2) Self-priming
pumps will not compress air to
any extent. Pump may not prime
if the bleed line is not used or
closed and may not reprime
if pump loses prime after the
discharge line is full of water and
a discharge check valve is used.
Drain Line from Pump Case:
A pipe should be installed in the
lower drain tapping of volute case
and be piped back to the wet well.
Install a shut-off valve, ball valve
or gate valve in this line. This
will permit draining of pump case
if necessary to remove suction
cover to clean impeller or perform
maintenance on the pump.
Electrical Connections:
Connect power lines to motor
from magnetic starter. Turn pump
shaft by hand to be sure it is
free before attempting to start
motor. Turn power ON and OFF
quickly to check rotation. If motor
is three phase, interchanging any
two lines to motor can reverse
rotation. If motor is single-phase,
consult literature supplied with
the motor for specific instructions.
Correct pump rotation is clockwise
when looking at pulley or coupling
end (power end) of pump. Direction
arrow is cast on bearing housing.
Priming:
For initial prime, remove check
valve cover cap from suction
inlet side of pump casing and fill
pump housing with water. Fully
open the air bleed valve in the
bleed line. Replace cap, being
sure gasket is in place and that
seat is clean. Start motor and
allow sufficient timing for priming.
Priming time is dependent on
pump speed, impeller diameter
and vertical suction lift.
Cleaning Impeller:
If impeller gets clogged at
any time, suction cover can be
removed by unscrewing four hand
knobs or nuts. Remove suction
cover with jacking bolts. Drain
pump case before removing
suction cover. Tap on knobs with
hammer to loosen. Be sure O-ring
gaskets are in place before replacing
suction cover. Use grease on
machined faces to make removal
easier at a later date. Tap on
hand knobs with hammer to
retighten.
Adjusting Impeller Clearance:
Impeller face vanes must be
within .015" of suction wear plate
for most efficient operation.
When wear plate or impeller
wears, it can be readjusted
to proper clearance from the
outboard bearing end without
the use of shims or disturbing the
pump case or piping. Loosen the
three screws with the jam nuts.
Tighten the other three screws
evenly until the impeller just drags
on the suction wear plate when the
shaft is turned by hand. Back off
the three screws and place a .015
shim under the head of the screw.
Turn screw up against the shim,
then remove shim. Repeat this
operation on each of the three
pushing screws. Now retighten
the three screws with jam nuts,
pushing the housing up against the
three adjusting screws. Retighten
the jam nuts and pump is ready
to operate with the impeller face
.015" from suction wear plate.
This clearance should be checked
at least once a year and more often
if water-containing abrasives are
being pumped. When impeller
face wear exceeds 1/8", impeller,
wear plate and volute lip plate
should be replaced.
WARNING: Before handling
these pumps and controls,
always disconnect the power
first. Do not smoke or use
sparkable electric devices or
flames in a septic (gaseous) or
possible septic area. Be sure
all V-belt guards or coupling
guards are in place before
operating unit.
Pump
Maintenance
Pump Maintenance Replacing
Impeller and Volute Lip Plate:
Disconnect power from the motor
before attempting to work on
pump. Drain pump volute case and
oil from seal chamber. Remove
suction plate with wear plate
attached. Clean any trash out of
pump volute, clean all machined
surfaces and wipe all ports clean.
The following describes and
pertains only to the new 4"
self-priming pump. Remove
stainless steel socket head impeller
screw that locks impeller to the
shaft. This screw has a right-hand
thread. Remove impeller lock
* NEVER-SEEZ® is a registered trademark of Bostik Findley, Inc.
* Permatex® is a registered trademark of Permatex, Inc.
washer with pin. Block impeller
vane with a piece of hardwood and
unscrew impeller by turning pump
shaft counterclockwise. Impeller
shaft has a right-hand thread. Use
large crescent wrench or strap
wrench on shaft, pulling against
the key. A pipe wrench can be
used if care is used not to damage
shaft. It may be necessary to tap
on impeller vanes with hammer to
break impeller loose, especially if
pump has been in service for a long
period of time.
The following describes and
pertains only to the new 6"
self-priming pump. Use a taper
fit impeller shaft. If impeller is
held to the shaft with a taper fit,
remove the stainless steel nut on
the end of shaft, then remove
washer. A taper fit shaft can be
identified by the key that drives
the impeller. To remove impeller,
loosen 3 holding screws at
outboard bearing cap and tighten
up on back-off screws. This will
pull the impeller loose from the
shaft. After impeller is removed,
retighten screws to bring bearing
cap back to original position.
It will be necessary to readjust
the impeller clearance after
the impeller is reinstalled. See
adjusting instructions.
After impeller is removed,
unscrew 3 or 4 stainless steel
socket head screws that hold
volute lip plate in place. Tap
on plate to loosen and remove
through volute case inlet opening.
The inboard seal now can be
removed for inspection by sliding
sleeve from the pump shaft. If
the faces are worn, the seal
should be replaced. See seal
replacement instructions.
Clean pump casing thoroughly,
removing any rust or dirt from all
machined surfaces.
Install lip plate with lip in the
one o’clock position. Use a pipe
compound or NEVER-SEEZ®*
on all machined faces. NEVERSEEZ® is a graphite compound
that will not wash away with
water and is highly recommended
for all repair work for use on
machine faces. This compound
can be obtained from Hydromatic
Pump if not available at local
supply houses.
The following pertains to the
new 4" self-priming pump. Use
Permatex®* on the 3 stainless steel
screws that hold volute lip plate
in place. Reinstall the lip plate
and tighten the screws. Install seal
on shaft and place seal spring in
place. Block impeller vane with
a piece of hardwood and screw
impeller on by turning pump shaft
clockwise. Use a large crescent
wrench or strap wrench on
shaft, pulling against key to
retighten. A pipe wrench can
be used if care is used not to
damage shaft. Replace impeller
lock washer with pin and stainless
lock screw.
The new 6" self-priming pump
uses a taper fit impeller shaft. Use
Permatex on the 4 stainless steel
screws that hold volute lip plate
in place. Reinstall the lip plate
and tighten the screws. Install
seal on shaft and place seal spring
in place, then install key and
impeller. Caution must be taken
to be sure impeller is seated on the
shaft and not on the key. Replace
impeller lock washer and stainless
lock bolt.
Replace suction cover with wear
plate attached. Check impeller
clearance; adjust if necessary
as described under adjusting
instructions. Refill seal chamber
as described under lubricating
instructions.
Replacing Inboard Seal:
Use all steps outlined under
impeller removal. Slide seal and
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shaft sleeve from shaft. It may be
necessary to tap on sleeve with
plastic hammer to loosen. After
rotating part of seal is removed,
use wire hook and pull stationary
seal seat from casting. Wipe seal
pocket clean, then install new
stationary seat. Use PB Blaster or
equivalent on rubber cap and push
in place with fingers, then wipe
the seal face clean. Place new
rotating seal part on sleeve and
push sleeve onto shaft. Be sure
O-ring gasket is in place in
groove on pump shaft. Reinstall
volute lip plate, put seal spring in
place and install impeller. Install
impeller washer, impeller lock
screw or nut, and suction cover.
Check impeller clearance; adjust
if necessary as described under
adjusting instructions. Refill seal
chamber with #30 non-detergent
automotive oil.
For RDP Pump Replacing Both
Inboard and Outboard Seals:
When it is necessary to replace
both seals, which will be indicated
by water leaking from the seal
chamber, it is recommended that
the complete rotating assembly be
removed so that it can be worked
on more easily.
Drain pump and seal chamber
as described above. Then loosen
or remove the pump coupling or
remove V-belt components, if belt
driven. Remove motor bolts and
move motor to one side. Remove
bolts in bearing bracket support
foot and remove four knock-off
handles from studs in rotating
unit housing. Tap on housing
with hammer to loosen, then pull
complete assembly from case.
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Remove impeller and lip plate;
see Replacing Impeller and Lip
Plate. Remove inboard seal by
sliding sleeve from shaft. Use
two screws in tapped holes of seal
plate and pry out plate with pinch
bar under heads of pull bolts.
Remove snap ring from shaft and
pull outboard rotating assembly
from shaft. Use wire hooks to
pull ceramic stationary seal seat
from housing. It may be necessary
to break the ceramic seal ring.
Ceramic ring can be easily broken
by tapping with screwdriver. Ring
is broken only if worn and needs
to be replaced.
Wipe housing clean and replace
ceramic stationary ring. Use PB
Blaster or equivalent on rubber
cap to push into housing. Push in
stationary seal seat with fingers
only, then wipe the seal face
clean. Push new rotating seal part
onto shaft. Replace seal spring
and holding washer, then install
snap ring.
Replace seal plate. Be sure O-ring
is in place and that flat rubber
gasket is in place on backside of
seal plate. Use grease on O-ring
and push plate into position
in seal housing. Replace the 3
socket head stainless steel screws.
Use Permatex® on bolt threads.
Replace new inboard stationary
seal face. Now replace rotating
seal part mounted on shaft sleeve.
Replace volute lip plate with the 3
or 4 socket head stainless screws.
Use Permatex on screw threads.
Install seal spring and then screw
impeller onto shaft. Lock impeller
on with washer and stainless steel
socket head screw. If shaft has a
taper fit be sure key is in place
and in notch of shaft sleeve. Unit
is now ready to reinstall in casing.
Use NEVER-SEEZ® on machine
faces and be sure case O-ring
is in place on flange. Replace
nuts and bearing bracket support
foot. Reset motor and connect
coupling or reinstall belts if unit
is belt driven. Refill seal chamber
with #30 non-detergent automotive
grade oil. Replace top fill plugs.
Replacing Shaft Bearings:
Both bearings are the same size
for a given pump.
To replace bearings, remove the
impeller, seal plate and seals
as described previously. Drain
oil from the bearing oil cavity.
Remove holding screws from
outboard bearing cap and pull
shaft and bearing assembly from
housing. It may be necessary to
tap on end of shaft with plastic
or rubber hammer to loosen shaft
bearings from housing. After shaft
is removed take snap ring off end
bearing cap and push shaft and
bearing from housing.
Use Arbor press to press bearings
from shaft. ALWAYS SUPPORT
OR PRESS ON INNER FACE OF
BEARING. NEVER PRESS ON
OUTER FACE AS THIS CAN
DAMAGE THE BEARING.
Be sure housing and all parts
are thoroughly cleaned before
installing new bearings. Use care
in pushing shaft through lip seals
that seal shaft in bearing housing
and bearing cap. After shaft is
reassembled, install seals and
impeller and adjust clearance of
impellers as described previously.
Pump
Lubricating
Pump Bearings Oil Lubricated:
The new 4" and 6" self-priming
pumps are available only in an
oil bath pump bearing lubrication
arrangement. The same care as
described in the maintenance of
shaft seal stated above applies
to the bearing lubrication. The
same basic instructions apply to
lubricating motor bearings, but
consult motor manufacturer’s data
on lubricating bearings. Bearings
can run quite hot to the hand
without damage to the bearing.
Outside temperature of the
housing should not exceed 130˚ F
for long bearing life.
Pump
Shaft Seals
Shaft Seals:
Hydromatic has introduced a new
single shaft seal self-priming
pump model and new dual shaft
seal self-priming pump model.
The oil cavity is accessible for
filling and draining of the oil
cavity from the exterior of the
volute casing. See page 12 for
diagram of the 4" pump and
page 14 for a diagram of the
6" pump. The oil in the seal
chamber should be checked every
six months or every three months
if water-containing abrasives are
being pumped. Remove hex head
plug from top of seal chamber and
loosen hex plug at bottom of seal
chamber. Place a container under
the lower plug then remove lower
plug and allow oil to drain into
container. After all oil is removed,
pour used oil into a glass container
so that it can be observed. If the
oil is clean it will indicate seals
are in good condition. If a small
amount of water shows in the oil,
this will also indicate satisfactory
seal operation. If considerable
water and some dirt shows
in the oil, it will indicate the
inboard seal is worn and should
be replaced before outboard seal
is damaged. If seals are in good
order, refill the seal chamber with
#30 non-detergent automotive oil.
About 2-1/2 quarts are required.
Fill with funnel or tube so that
the air can escape. Oil chamber
must have a 1" air gap; do
not overfill oil chamber.
Pump
Troubleshooting
WARNING: Before handling
these pumps and controls,
always disconnect the power
first. Do not smoke or use
sparkable electrical devices or
flames in a septic (gaseous) or
possible septic area. Be sure
all belt guards and exposed
coupling guards are in place
before operating unit.
WARNING: If the pump has
overheated, allow pump to cool
before servicing. Do not remove
plates, cover, gauges or fittings
from an overheated pump.
Liquid inside the pump case
can reach the boiling point, and
vapor pressure within the pump
case may cause parts to be
ejected with great force. Drain
pump case only after pump
has been allowed to cool. Use
care to prevent personnel from
touching the hot liquid.
Pump will not prime:
1. Pump discharge does not have
air bleed line installed. See
pump installation instructions
for air bleed line.
2. Vertical suction lift is too
high. Vertical lift for priming
should not be more than 20
feet.
3. Allow sufficient time for
priming. On high lifts and
at low pump speeds priming
time may take 5 minutes or
longer.
4. Suction line has an air leak.
Install a vacuum gauge at
5.
6.
7.
8.
pump suction flange and
start pump. After a vacuum
is established, stop pump and
see if gauge holds. If gauge
hand drops, it will indicate an
air leak at some connection
below the gauge tap.
Check pump rotation. Pump
must turn clockwise when
looking at the power end of
pump.
Not enough liquid in pump
casing. Add water to the case.
Pump needs water in the
pump case to prime.
Suction check valve damaged
or contaminated. Replace
check valve.
Leaking or worn seal or pump
gasket. Check pump case
vacuum, replace leaking or
worn seals or gaskets.
Pump primed OK initially but
occasionally loses prime and
will not reprime without adding
water:
IMPORTANT: Drain pump
case and close discharge gate
valve before removing inspection
cover.
1. Air bleed line is not installed
properly as specified or
is plugged. See installation
instructions.
2. Check priming port for
plugging. Remove inspection
cover on right side of case
when facing power end of
pump. Check priming port
hole in case below inspection
plate for plugging.
3. Impeller may be worn, leaving
too much clearance between
impeller face and suction
wear plate. Adjust impeller
as described under adjusting
instructions. If impeller and
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volute lip plate are worn, they
must be replaced to regain
original priming efficiency.
Pump makes a loud crackling
noise when operating:
1. If pump has been operating
satisfactorily and this noise
suddenly starts, it may
indicate that some large
object is lodged in the suction
check valve, suction cover/
plate or impeller causing the
pump to be noisy. Remove
debris from these areas of the
pump.
2. If noise exists when suction
pipe, check valve and suction
cover port are clear, it may
indicate too high a capacity
being delivered for a given
suction lift, causing suction
cavitation. If pump is allowed
to operate under these
conditions, the impeller will
be damaged. Using a smaller
impeller or reducing the
pump speed if a belt drive
is used may alleviate the
cavitation. Consult factory
for recommendations.
3. If cracking noise is pronounced
when pump is operating at low
capacity it may indicate pump
is operating too near the shut-off
head. Increasing the impeller
diameter or increasing pump
speed may alleviate this
condition. Consult factory for
recommendations.
4. Performance curves show
maximum / minimum capacity
that the pump will deliver at a
given condition point and the
allowable suction lift without
cavitation. Use vacuum gauge
at pump suction to check total
suction lift when pump is
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operating. Use discharge
pressure gauge at pump
discharge to check discharge
head. Total the two-gauge
reading to determine the total
dynamic head the pump must
operate against.
5. Entrained air may be present
and is being pumped. Find
source of air and eliminate.
6. Pump or drive is not securely
mounted.
Retighten
all
components.
Pump does not deliver rated
capacity:
1. Total head may be higher than
calculated. Pump capacity
is based on total head. Total
dynamic head is arrived at
by adding the suction gauge
reading, in feet, to the discharge
gauge reading, in feet. These
readings should be taken at the
suction flange and at the pump
discharge flange connections.
Reading should be taken as
close to the flange fittings
and pump case as possible. To
convert psi, pressure per
square inch, to feet, multiply
the total psi readings by 2.31.
This will equal total dynamic
head in feet.
2. Pump impeller may be worn
on the vane faces or the
clearance between the impeller
and wear plate may be greater
than .015". Adjust impeller
to wear plate clearances for
proper clearance as described
under adjusting instructions.
If impeller, suction wear plate
and volute lip plate are badly
worn they must be replaced.
3. Pump speed may be too slow.
Check drive assembly, V-belts
or coupling, for slippage.
4. Possible air leak in the suction
piping. Eliminate the leak.
5. Suction head may be too high.
Reduce lift by raising on/
off levels in the wet well or
reduce friction losses due to
suction piping arrangement.
6. Suction line not submerged at
proper levels. Correct suction
pipe submergence.
7. Blockage in the suction pipe
or discharge pipe. Remove
blockage. Where the blockage
is can be determined by
gauge readings.
8. Impeller clogged; remove
debris.
Motor starter overload trips
after pump has operated for a
short period:
1. Rags or trash may be caught
in the impeller causing
extra load. Remove suction
cover/plate
and
clean
impeller. Pump shaft must
turn freely by hand after
cleaning impeller.
2. Overload heater may be too
small. Check heater size with
full load amps of motor. See
an electrical table for proper
size.
3. Total head may be lower
than calculated, causing extra
load on the motor. Reducing
impeller diameter or reducing
speed, if belt driven, will
lower motor load. Consult
factory for recommendations.
4. Pump may be pumping a
liquid heavier than water or
a liquid with higher viscosity
than water, such as heavy oil.
Consult factory for power
required to pump oils or
liquids other than water.
5. Bearings may be damaged
causing excessive motor load.
6. Pump speed may be too high.
Check drive output to see if
they are sized properly.
Pump clogs frequently:
1. Liquid solution being pumped
is too thick. Dilute if possible.
2. Discharge velocity too slow.
Open discharge valves to
fully open; increase pump
speed.
Bearing running too hot:
1. Drive misaligned; realign
drive.
2. Low or incorrect lubricant.
Use proper type and level of
lubricant.
3. Suction and/or discharge
pipe not supported properly.
Check piping installation for
proper support; take strain off
the pump case and bearing
frame.
9
FIGURE 2
10
40RP/RDP
Parts List
ORDERING REPLACEMENT PARTS: Product improvements are made from time to time. The latest part design will
be fur­
nished as long as it is in­
ter­
change­
able with the old part. When ordering re­
place­
ment parts, always furnish the
fol­
low­
ing information: (1) pump serial num­
ber, (2) pump model and size, (3) part description, (4) part number,
(5) im­pel­ler diameter (if ordering impeller), (6) quan­ti­ty required, and (7) shipping instructions.
Ref.
No.
Part
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
10A
11
12
13
14
15
16
16A
17
18
19A
19*
20*
21*
22*
23*
24*
25*
26
27
28***
28***
28***
28***
28***
29
29
29
29
29
30
31
32
33
33
Notes:
121-001-1
150-047-1
891-004-2
14838-000-2
568-004-1
1039-000-1
14985-000-1
177-014-1
19109A030
15238-100-2
15238-000-2
150-016-1
119-001-1
12016-100-1
7261-001-3
14889-000-1
893-000-2
1308-000-2
905-000-2
14860-001-3
12012-040-5
12018-001-1
13123-002-1
156-019-1
12012-041-5
19109A013
156-047-1
903-001-2
14860-000-3
12016-101-1
888-040-2
888-041-2
888-042-2
888-043-2
888-044-2
2005-002-2
892-040-2
892-041-2
1326-040-2
1326-041-2
1130-002-1
14832-000-2
14857-000-5
14859-000-1
14859-001-1
Part
Description
Qty.
Pipe Plug
O-Ring
Wear Plate
Suction Cover
Impeller Bolt
Impeller Washer w/ Pin
Pressure Relief Valve
Lock Washer
Hex Nut
Suction Flange 4" NPT
Suction Flange 4"-150#
O-Ring
Pipe Plug
Gasket
Pin – Check Valve
Hinge – Hanger
Discharge Flange 4" NPT
Discharge Flange 4" 150#
Knock-off Handle
Check Valve Cover
Check Valve Ass’y
Piston Cup – Gasket
Screw – Machine
Washer
Bracket Ass’y
Hex Nut
Washer
Weight
Inspection Cover
Gasket
Impeller 9-5/32" Dia
Impeller 8-1/2" Dia
Impeller 8" Dia
Impeller 7-1/2" Dia
Impeller 7" Dia
Lip Plate, 9-5/32" Imp Dia
Lip Plate, 8-1/2" Imp Dia
Lip Plate, 8" Imp Dia
Lip Plate, 7-1/2" Imp Dia
Lip Plate, 7" Imp Dia
Cap Screw
Volute
Shaft Sleeve
Seal (Ceramic), Std
Seal (Carbide), Opt
6
2
1
1
1
1
1
8 or 10
8
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
8
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
Ref.
No.
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49**
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
Part
No.
1090-008-1
65-035-1
120-001-1
974-003-1
852-002-1
100-012112-273
7167-015-1
899-100-2
14858-000-1
1090-001-1
975-005-1
150-014-1
1664-007-1
14831-000-2
79-023-1
150-019-1
1024-003-1
5124-100-2
178-001-1
1133-001-1
19101A010
1024-002-1
05454A015
19103A004
945-004-3
14877-000-2
239-009-1
834-012-1
14878-000-2
975-026-1
626-001-1
1030-002-1
05454A011
127-058011-243
1030-003-1
1664-001-1
119-013-1
14939-000-1
14858-002-1
1024-001-1
52626-060-7
52626-061-7
Part
Description
Oil Seal
Bearing
Pipe Plug (Goes on 1308-000-2)
Retaining Ring
Hex Nut (Jam)
Bolt
Bearing
Bearing Cap
Pump Shaft
Oil Seal
Retaining Ring
O-Ring
Pipe Plug
Rotating Case
O-Ring
O-Ring
Stud
Seal Plate
Cap Screw
Gasket – Washer
Bolt
Stud
Lock Washer
Bolt
Support Foot
Bearing Housing
Bolt
O-Ring
Seal Housing
Retaining Ring
O-Ring
Stud
Lock Washer
Nut
Stud
Pipe Plug
Pipe Plug
Sight Glass (not shown)
Shaft
Stud
Seal Kit (Ceramic) 40RP
Seal Kit (Ceramic) 40RDP
Qty.
1
1
2
1
3
10
1
1
1
1
1
1
1 or 5
1
1
1
4
1
3
3
2
8
2
2
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
4
2
1
1
8
* Piece #19A, Check Valve Ass’y, consists of pieces 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, and 25.
*** Impellers cannot be trimmed. Trim sizes must come from the factory.
11
40RP/RDP
12
60RP/RDP
Parts List
ORDERING REPLACEMENT PARTS: Product improvements are made from time to time. The latest part design will
be fur­
nished as long as it is in­
ter­
change­
able with the old part. When ordering re­
place­
ment parts, always furnish the
fol­
low­
ing information: (1) pump serial num­
ber, (2) pump model and size, (3) part description, (4) part number,
(5) im­pel­ler diameter (if ordering impeller), (6) quan­ti­ty required, and (7) shipping instructions.
Ref.
No.
Part
No.
1
121-001-1
2
241-029-1
3
1024-003-1
4
905-000-2
5
105250081
6
168-1010-082
7
14838-001-2
8
1934-006-2
9
2855-001-1
10
2324-002-1
11
177-012-1
12
2368-001-1
13
7261-001-3
14
15239-100-2
14A
15239-000-2
15
150-057-1
16A
12012-042-5
16*
12018-004-1
17*
156-019-1
18*
13123-003-1
19*
20*
19109A013
21*
156-047-1
22*
12610-002-3
23
119-001-1
24*
12012-043-5
25
14860-002-3
26
12016-102-1
27
1024-001-1
28
14865-000-2
28A
15239-001-2
29
150-019-1
30
14860-000-3
31
12016-101-1
32
1130-002-1
33
150-008-1
34
14832-001-2
35
3718-005-1
35
3718-002-1
36
2310-002-3
37
65-037-1
38
120-001-1
39
150-018-1
40
1124-002-1
41
570-005-1
42
7167-016-1
43
1090-002-1
44
14858-001-1
Notes: *
**
**
***
Part
Description
Pipe Plug
O-Ring
Stud
Knock-off Handle
Impeller Washer w/ Pin
Impeller Bolt
Suction Cover
Wear Plate
Key
Stud
Lock Washer
Hex Nut
Pin – Check Valve
Suction Flange 6" NPT
Suction Flange 6"-150#
O-Ring
Check Valve Ass’y – Complete
Piston Cup – Gasket
Washer
Screw – Machine
Bracket – Not For Sale
Hex Nut
Washer
Weight
Pipe Plug
Hanger Hinge – Check Valve
Check Valve Cover
Gasket
Stud
Discharge Flange 6" NPT
Discharge Flange 6"-150#
O-Ring
Inspection Cover
Gasket
Cap Screw
O-Ring
Volute
Seal (Ceramic), Std
Seal (Carbide), Opt
Shaft Sleeve
Bearing
Pipe Plug
O-Ring
Hex Nut (Jam)
Cap Screw
Bearing
Oil Seal
Shaft – Pump
Qty.
4
2
4
10
1
1
1
1
1
4
8
8
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
6
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
3
6
1
1
1
Ref.
No.
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55**
55
55
55
55
55
56***
56***
56***
56***
***
56***
56***
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
Part
No.
Part
Description
1940-100-2
14911-001-1
64-100-1
14910-001-1
1664-001-1
14831-001-2
1938-004-2
06106A028
1133-002-1
241-016-1
4243-210-2
4243-201-2
4243-202-2
4243-203-2
4243-204-2
4243-205-2
2304-200-2
2304-201-2
2304-202-2
2304-203-2
2304-204-2
2304-205­-2
19103A052
177-018-1
1090-003-1
1024-002-1
834-020-1
239-009-1
14877-001-2
975-010-1
14878-001-2
100-012112-273
1664-007-1
14858-003-1
119-013-1
975-011-1
177-014-1
19109A030
2324-005-1
14985-000-1
1024-004-1
52634-062-7
52634-063-7
Bearing Cap
Retaining Ring
Spring – Washer
Retaining Ring
Pipe Plug
Rotating Unit
Seal Plate
Cap Screw
Gasket
O-Ring
Lip Plate, 12-7/8" Imp Dia
Lip Plate, 12" Imp Dia
Lip Plate, 11-1/2" Imp Dia
Lip Plate, 11" Imp Dia
Lip Plate, 10-1/2" Imp Dia
Lip Plate, 10" Imp Dia
Impeller 12-7/8" Dia
Impeller 12" Dia
Impeller 11-1/2" Dia
Impeller 11" Dia
Impeller 10-1/2" Dia
Impeller 10" Dia
Cap Screw
Lock Washer
Oil Seal
Stud
O-Ring
Bolt
Bearing Housing
Retaining Ring
Seal Housing
Bolt
Pipe Plug
Shaft
Pipe Plug
Retaining Ring
Lock Washer
Nut
Stud
Pressure Relief Valve
Stud
Seal Kit 60RP (After 5/1/05)
Seal Kit 60RDP (After 5/1/05)
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1 or 3
1
1
3
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
1
4
1
4
1
1
1
4
1 or 4
1
2
1
4
4
4
1
4
Item #16A, Check Valve Ass’y, consists of pieces 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22 and 24.
Ref. No. 55 4243-200 Series Lip Plates replaces 4243-100 Series Lip Plates as of 11/05.
Ref. No. 56 2304-200 Series Impellers replaces 2304-100 Series Impellers as of 11/05.
Impellers cannot be trimmed. Trim sizes must come from the factory.
13
60RP/RDP
14
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occurs first – provided that such products are used in compliance with the requirements of the Pentair Hydromatic
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or replace to the original user, the parts that prove defective in materials and workmanship. Pentair Hydromatic
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a change or improvement for prior sold and/or shipped units.
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