Aurora 3801 and 3804 Owner's Manual

Aurora 3801 and 3804 Owner's Manual
Model 3801
Model 3804
MODELS 3801 AND 3804
END SUCTION PUMPS
INSTRUCTION, INSTALLATION, MAINTENANCE
AND REPAIR MANUAL
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.
Part # A-03-327 | © 2014 Pentair Ltd. | 02/17/14
SECTION 6 ITEM 3800
DATED FEBRUARY 2014
SUPERSEDES NOVEMBER 2012
IMPORTANT NOTE TO INSTALLER:
Warning: Hot Surface Hazard
This manual contains important information about the
installation, operation and safe use of this product. This
information should be given to the owner/operator of
this equipment.
If pumping hot water, ensure guards or proper insulation is
installed to protect against skin contact with hot piping or
pump components. Failure to follow these instructions could
result in serious personal injury, death or property damage.
APPLICATIONS:
The 3800 Series pumps are frame mounted or close coupled.
They feature high efficiency, rugged construction, foot mounted
volutes with back pullout power frames, center drop out
spacer coupling (optional) and regreaseable ball bearings.
The pump’s stainless steel fitted construction is suitable for
unheated domestic and fresh water, condensate, boiler feed
water, pressure boosting and hydronic coiling and/or heating.
Warning: Spraying Water Hazard
When servicing pump replace all gaskets and seals. Do
not reuse old gaskets or seals. Failure to follow these
instructions could result in serious personal injury, death or
property damage.
ATTENTION: SAFETY WARNINGS:
Read and understand all warnings before installation or
servicing pump.
OPERATIONAL LIMITS: *
Maximum Operating Pressure:
Maximum Operating Temperature:
Warning: High Pressure Hazard
175 psi at Temperatures
to 150 F (65.6°C)
225°F (107°C)
The pump is rated at a maximum of 175 psi at 150°F.
Do not exceed this pressure. Install properly sized
pressure relief valves in system. Failure to follow these
instructions could result in serious personal injury, death or
property damage.
O
*See ASTM A126/ANSI B16.1 for pressure/temperature
ratings of flanges.
ELECTRICAL SAFETY:
Warning: Expansion Hazard
Warning: Electrical Shock Hazard
Water expands when heated. Install properly sized thermal
expansion tanks and relief valves. Failure to follow these
instructions could result in serious personal injury, death or
property damage.
All electrical connections are to be made by a qualified
electrician in accordance with all codes and ordinances.
Failure to follow these instructions could result in serious
personal injury, death or property damage.
HIGH TEMPERATURE SAFETY:
HIGH PRESSURE SAFETY:
INSTALLATION
Warning: Electrical Overload Hazard
Read and understand all safety warnings at the beginning
of the manual before beginning installation or any
repair work.
Ensure all motors have properly sized overload protection.
Failure to follow these instructions could result in serious
personal injury, death or property damage.
PUMP LOCATION. You probably have spent considerable
time planning where your pump will be located. However,
you may have overlooked some factor that may affect pump
operation or efficiency.
Warning: Sudden Start-Up Hazard
The pump should be located as close to the liquid source
as possible so that the suction line can be short and direct.
It should be located in a clean, open area, where it is easily
accessible for inspection, disassembly and repair. Pumps
Disconnect and lock out power source before servicing.
Failure to follow these instructions could result in serious
personal injury, death or property damage.
Warning: 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.
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installed in dark, dirty areas or in cramped locations are often
neglected, which can result in premature failure of both the
pump and the driver.
PUMP
FLEXIBLE COUPLING
DRIVER
POWER FRAME
The Aurora ® pump must be installed horizontally. Install
isolating valves on each side of pump so pump maintenance can
be performed without draining the system. Special mounting
requirements may be required if the pump is to be mounted near
a noise or vibration sensitive area.
PIPE
The installation must be evaluated to ensure that the net positive
suction head available (NPSHA) meets or exceeds the net
positive suction head required (NPSHR), as stated by the pump
performance curve.
BASE PLATE
CONCRETE
FOUNDATION
FOUNDATION BOLT
FOUNDATION. The foundation for your pump must
be sufficiently rigid to absorb any vibration and stress
encountered during pump operation. A raised foundation of
concrete is preferable for most floor mounted pumps. The
raised foundation assures a satisfactory base, protects against
flooding, simplifies moisture drainage, and facilitates keeping
the area clean.
SHIMS
GROUTING CLEARANCE
SHIMS
Figure 1. Foundation for Frame Mounted Pumps.
SOUPY GROUT
FOUNDATION BOLTS
Your pump should be firmly bolted to the foundation, whether
it is a raised concrete base, steelwork wall, or structural
member. The mounting bolts or lag screws should be accurately
located per the applicable Aurora dimension sheet. Refer to
Fig. 1.
ROLLED STEEL BASE
TWISTED TENSION WIRE
LEVELING THE PUMP. Leveling the pump will require
enough shims to support the base plate near the foundation bolts
and at any points of the base plate carrying a substantial weight
load. The shims should be large enough to allow a gap of 3/4"
to 1-1/2" between the base plate and foundation for grouting.
SHIMS TO LEVEL BASE PLATE
WOODEN DAM
ON BOTH ENDS
Figure 2. Grouting the Base for Frame Mounted Pumps.
IMPORTANT: The pump base must be set level to avoid
any mechanical difficulties with the pump or motor. The 3800
pump was properly aligned, if supplied with a motor, at the
factory. However, since the pump base is flexible, it may
spring and twist during shipment. Do not pipe the pump until
it is realigned. Realign the base after piping is completed and
after the pump is grouted in and bolted down. NOTE: It may
be necessary to readjust the alignment from time to time while
the unit and foundation are new. Realignment will prevent
premature bearing failure, excessive vibration or shaft failure.
GROUTING THE INSTALLATION. Grouting the base plate
prevents lateral movement of the base plate, and improves
the vibration absorbing characteristics of the foundation by
increasing its mass. A wooden dam should be constructed
around the base plate to contain the grout while it is being
poured. The dam can be built tight against the base plate, or
slightly removed from it as desired.
Refer to Fig. 2. The entire base plate should be completely
filled with non-shrinkable type grout. The grout should be
puddled frequently to remove any air bubbles from the grout.
Ensure that proper hydronic accessories such as pressure relief
valves, thermal expansion tanks and flow/pressure control
devices are installed in the system. Consult the responsible
party for your system to ensure these devices are installed and
of the proper size.
ROTATION. Pump rotation is clockwise when viewed from
the back of the motor. An arrow is also located on the pump to
show the direction of rotation.
STRAIGHT EDGE
WEDGE OR
THICKNESS GAUGE
PARALLEL MISALIGNMENT
ANGULAR MISALIGNMENT
Figure 3. Flexible Coupling Alignment.
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PERFECT ALIGNMENT
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Warning: Sudden Start-Up Hazard
GATE
VALVE
Disconnect and lock out power source before servicing.
Failure to follow these instructions could result in serious
personal injury, death or property damage.
CHECK
VALVE
INITIAL ALIGNMENT OF THE FLEXIBLE COUPLING.
The pump and driver were accurately aligned at the factory.
However, it is impossible to maintain this alignment during
shipping and handling. Therefore it will be necessary for you
to realign the pump and driver. Flexible couplings are not
universal joints. They should not be used to compensate for
misalignment of the pump and motor shafts. Their function is to
transmit power from the driver to the pump while compensating
for thermal expansion and shaft end movement. The coupling
faces should be far enough apart so that they do not make
contact when the motor shaft is forced to the limit of the bearing
clearance toward the pump shaft.
SUCTION
Figure 5. Gate Valve and Check Valve.
sleeve type couplings make sure there is at least 1/8" end
clearance between the sleeve and the two coupling halves.
To check angular misalignments, mount the dial indicator
base to the coupling half, and position the dial indicator button
on the front or rear face of the opposite coupling half. Set
the dial to zero, rotate both coupling halves together, making
sure the indicator button always indicates off the same spot.
Misalignment values within 0.004 inches TIR per inch of
coupler radius is permissible.
In order to properly align the coupling, you will need a taper
gauge or set of feeler gauges, and a straight edge.
There are two types of misalignment encountered with flexible
couplings: angular misalignment, in which the shafts are not
parallel, and parallel misalignment where the shafts are parallel
but not on the same axis.
To check parallel misalignment, mount the dial indicator base
to one coupling half, or shaft and position the dial indicator
button on the outside diameter of the opposite coupling half. Set
the dial to zero. Rotate both coupling halves together, making
sure the indicator button always indicates off the same spot.
Misalignment within 0.004 inches TIR is permissible.
To check angular alignment, insert a feeler gauge or taper gauge
at any four places 90° apart around the coupling halves. Insert
shims under the driver feet until the same reading is obtained
at all four check points. The pump and driver will then be in
angular alignment.
To check parallel alignment, a straight edge should be held
against the edges of the coupling halves at any four places 90°
apart around the coupling. The straight edge should be parallel
to the pump and driver shafts at all times. Insert shims until
the straight edge lies flat against both coupling halves at all
four checkpoints. The pump and driver will then be in proper
parallel alignment. Refer to Fig. 3.
PIPING:
SUCTION PIPING. The suction piping should be short, but
no less than ten pipe diameters in length, and direct with as
few elbows and fittings as possible to keep head loss, from
friction, at a minimum. However, the suction pipe should
provide a minimum uninterrupted length, equal to ten pipe
diameters, to the pump suction flange. A horizontal suction
line should have a gradual rise to the pump, and pass under any
interfering piping.
For fine alignment, 3500 RPM operation, for all other
coupler types.
A dial indicator should be used when greater alignment
accuracy is required. Use the following alignment tolerances
unless specified otherwise by the coupling manufacturer. On
The suction pipe diameter should be at least the same diameter
as the suction nozzle on the pump, and preferably larger. Use
of a smaller diameter pipe will result in loss of head due to
friction. All joints must be tight to maintain prime on the pump.
ECCENTRIC
TAPERED
REDUCER
DISCHARGE
SUCTION
REDUCERS. Eccentric reducers should be installed directly at
the suction nozzle, with the taper at the bottom to prevent air
pockets from forming. Straight taper reducers should never be
used in a horizontal suction line because of the air pocket that
is formed at the leg of the reducer and the pipe. Refer to Fig. 4.
ELBOW
CORRECT
ECCENTRIC
TAPERED
REDUCER
DISCHARGE PIPING. Discharge piping should also be short
and direct as possible, with few elbows and fittings, to reduce
head loss from friction.
AIR
POCKET
PIPE. The discharge pipe diameter should be the same as, or
larger than, the discharge nozzle diameter.
DISCHARGE
SUCTION
DISCHARGE
PIPING
DISCHARGE VALVES. The discharge piping should include a
check valve and a gate valve. The check valve should be located
between the gate valve and the pump. If an increaser is used in
the discharge piping, the increaser should be installed between
INCORRECT
Figure 4. Installation of Tapered Reducers.
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the pump nozzle and the check valve. The check valve
protects against a reverse flow of the liquid if the driver fails.
Refer to Fig. 5.
be replaced. Cracked castings should never be reused. Scored
or worn pump shafts should be replaced. Gaskets should be
replaced at reassembly simply as a matter of economy. They are
much less expensive to replace routinely than to replace singly
as the need arises.
The gate valve is used in the priming operation, as a throttling
valve to control pump volume, and to shut down the pump for
inspection and maintenance.
Warning: Hot Surface Hazard
LUBRICATION:
If pumping hot water, ensure guards or proper insulation is
installed to protect against skin contact with hot piping or
pump components. Failure to follow these instructions could
result in serious personal injury, death or property damage.
In dry locations, each bearing will need lubrication at least after
every 4,000 hours of running time or 6 to 12 months, whichever
is more frequent. In wet locations (exposed to dripping water,
to the weather or to heavy condensation found in unheated or
poorly ventilated underground locations) every 2,000 hours or
every 3 to 6 months, whichever is more frequent.
Warning: High Pressure Hazard
Use Chevron SRI, NLGI2.
Lubricate motor per motor manufacturer’s instructions.
The pump is rated at a maximum of 175 psi at 150°F.
Do not exceed this pressure. Install properly sized
pressure relief valves in system. Failure to follow these
instructions could result in serious personal injury, death or
property damage.
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Keep this pump and motor properly lubricated.
2. When there is a danger of freezing, drain the pump.
3. Inspect the pump regularly for leaky seals of gaskets
and loose or damaged components. Replace or repair
as required.
ELECTRICAL WIRING. Normally, your pump will be
supplied with an attached drive motor. The motor should be
wired in accordance with the wiring diagram found on the
motor nameplate. Be sure the voltage, frequency, and phase of
your power supply corresponds with the nameplate data. It is
advisable to provide a separate switch and overload protection
for your pump motor to protect against power failure in some
other area. Conversely, if the pump motor develops electrical
problems, it will be isolated from other equipment.
Warning: Spraying Water Hazard
When servicing pump replace all gaskets and seals. Do
not reuse old gaskets or seals. Failure to follow these
instructions could result in serious personal injury, death or
property damage.
3. For 3804 pumps, remove the coupling guard.
PRESTARTING INSTRUCTION. The coupling halves
should be connected. Prior to connection, however, the drive
motor should be started to make sure the direction of rotation
is the same as the direction indicated by the arrow on the
pump casing.
4. For 3804 pumps, loosen the set screws in both coupling
halves and slide each half back as far as possible on its
shaft. Then, remove the coupling sleeve.
Warning: High Pressure Hazard
PUMP DISASSEMBLY: For frame mounted pumps,
model 3804.
Make certain that the internal pressure of the pump
is relieved before continuing. Failure to follow the
instructions could result in serious person injury, death, or
property damage.
Warning: Sudden Start-Up Hazard
Disconnect and lock out power source before servicing.
Failure to follow these instructions could result in serious
personal injury, death or property damage.
5. Remove the two foot support capscrews. Loosen, but do not
remove the volute capscrews (5). Use capscrew in the jack
screw holes to loosen the pump assembly from the volute.
Read and understand all safety warnings at the beginning
of the manual before beginning installation or any
repair work.
6. Now remove the volute capscrews (5) and remove the pump
assembly from the volute.
1. Ensure the electrical power is locked out, the system
pressure has been lowered to 0 psi and temperature of the
unit is at a safe level before beginning any disassembly of
the pump.
7. Remove the impeller capscrew (9), lockwasher (9A) and
impeller washer gasket (9B). Remove impeller (11).
2. Isolate the pump from the system by closing the valves that
should be located on both the suction and discharge of the
pump. Loosen the drain plug at the bottom of the casing and
drain the pump.
9. Remove the O-ring (10).
8. Remove impeller key (12).
10. Remove the rotating portion of the mechanical seal (head).
Refer to Fig. 6.
Inspect removed parts at disassembly to determine if they can
be reused. Ball bearings that turn roughly or show wear should
11. Remove the stationary portion of seal insert along with the
insert gasket and retainer (if used).
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CAPSCREW TORQUE FOR COMMON BOLT DIAMETERS
CAPSCREW
HEAD IN-POUNDS FOOT-POUNDS
TYPE
MARKING
1/4"
5/16"
3/8"
7/16"
1/2"
5/8"
SAE Grade 5
85
180
27
43
65
130
3/4"
230
Table 1. Torque Chart
11.Install drain plugs, close drain valve.
12. For 3804 pumps, reinstall the coupling guard.
Warning: Sudden Start-Up Hazard
Disconnect and lock out power source before servicing.
Failure to follow these instructions could result in serious
personal injury, death or property damage.
SPRING
FLEXIBLE CUP
13. Open isolation valves and inspect pump for leaks.
DRIVE RING
STATIONARY SEAT
14. Return pump to service.
RETAINER
FLEXIBLE BELLOWS
WASHER
POWER FRAME OR PUMP SHAFT
DISASSEMBLY/REPLACEMENT:
Figure 6. Mechanical Seal.
PUMP REASSEMBLE:
Read and understand all safety warnings at the beginning
of the manual before beginning installation or any
repair work.
1. Thoroughly clean the shaft sleeve and seal plate seal cavity.
Replace the shaft sleeve (25) or seal plate (35A) if there is
evidence of surface damage like pitting, corrosion, nicks
or scratches.
Follow steps 1–11 from main pump disassembly procedure.
12. Remove the Seal Plate (35A) capscrews (5B) from the
bracket (35B).
2. Lubricate the shaft sleeve and seal plate with soap and water
or P-80 rubber emulsion. Do not use petroleum lubricant.
Install a new insert gasket and a new seal insert down into
the seal plate.
13. Remove the power frame capscrews (5) and washers (5A)
from the bracket (35B). If the power frame assembly is
being replaced, skip to reassembly step 5 after replacement.
If replacing the shaft (55), continue to step 14.
3. Slide a new rotating seal assembly (27) on to the shaft
sleeve. With a screwdriver, push the top of the compression
ring until the seal is tight against the seal insert. Install
seal spring.
14. Remove the grease fittings (43) from the power frame.
15. Unscrew capscrews (48) and remove bearing cap (49).
Remove O-ring (oil lubed only) and retainer ring (52).
CAUTION
16. Slide out shaft (55) and bearings (53 and 54). Since bearings
(53 and 54) are press fitted on the shaft, they will have to
be pulled or pressed off the shaft. Remove grease seals (51)
from frame (57) and bearing cap (49).
The mechanical seal (see Figure 6) (27) is a precision
product and must be treated as such. During installation,
great care must be taken to avoid dropping any part of
the seal. Take particular care not to scratch the lapped
faces on the washer or the sealing seat.
17. Thoroughly clean the shaft (55), removing any oil or dirt.
4. Install O-ring (10).
POWER FRAME REASSEMBLE:
5. Install a new impeller key (12).
Reassembly will generally be in reverse order of disassembly.
If disassembly was not complete, use only those steps related to
your particular repair program.
6. Install impeller, impeller washer (9A), new impeller washer
gasket (9B), lock washer (9C), and capscrew (9). Tighten
capscrew per torque chart (see Table 1).
1. Press grease seals (51/51A) into frame (57) and bearing cap
(49).
7.I nstall new casing gasket (8). Then install the pump
assembly into the volute.
2. Press bearings (53 and 54) onto shaft (55). Snap retainer
ring (52) into place.
8. Tighten volute capscrews (5) per torque chart (see Table 1).
3. Slide shaft (55) and bearings (53 and 54) into frame (57).
9.For 3804 pumps, install foot support capscrews (62) and
tighten per torque chart (see Table 1).
4. Fasten bearing cap (49) in position with capscrews (48).
Position slingers (47) on the shaft.
10.For 3804 pumps, install coupling and align.
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5. Position the bracket (35B) on the frame (57) and secure with
capscrews (5) and washers (5A). Tighten screws evenly to
assure proper alignment.
AURORA® RESERVES THE RIGHT TO SUBSTITUTE
MATERIALS WITHOUT NOTICE.
NOTE: WHEN ORDERING SPARE PARTS ALWAYS INCLUDE
THE PUMP TYPE, SIZE, SERIAL NUMBER, AND THE PIECE
NUMBER FROM THE EXPLODED VIEW IN THIS MANUAL.
ORDER ALL PARTS FROM YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED
DISTRIBUTOR OR THE FACTORY AT NORTH AURORA,
ILLINOIS.
6. Position the Seal Plate (35A) on the bracket (35B) and secure
with capscrews (5B). Tighten screws evenly to assure proper
alignment.
Follow steps 1 through 14 from Pump Reassemble procedure to
complete pump assembly.
Do not start pump until all air and vapor has been bled and
until making sure that there is liquid in the pump to provide the
necessary lubrication for the packing.
5B
35B
MODELS 3801 & 3804
LIST OF PARTS
5
35A
6
8
25
10
12
11
4B
5A
9A
5
9B
9C
5C
4A
9
27
Figure 7. Model 3801.
5
35A
8
6
10
25
Figure 8. Model 3804.
12
11
4B
5C
9A
9B
9C
42
43
4A
9
27
48
49
52
53
34
55
57
51A
53
54
51
5B
35B
47
63A
62A
5A
64
5
4.
Pipe Plug
4A/B.
Capscrew
5A.
Capscrew Washer
5B.
Capscrew
6.
Casing
8.
Gasket
9.
Impeller Screw
9A.
Washer
9B.
Gasket
9C.
Capscrew Seal
10.
O-ring
11.
Impeller
12.
Impeller Key
25.
Sleeve
27.
Seal
32.
Capscrew
33.
Screw
34.
Nameplate
35A.
Seal Plate
35B.
Motor Bracket
42.
Key
43.
Grease Fitting
47.
Slinger
48.
Capscrew
49.
Bearing Cap
52.
Retaining Ring
53.
Bearing
54.
Bearing
55.
Shaft
57.
Frame
62A.
Capscrew
62B.
Nut
63.
64A/B.
7
Washer
Foot Support
LIMITED WARRANTY
Seller warrants equipment (and its component parts) of its own manufacture against defects in materials and workmanship under normal use
and service for one (1) year from the date of installation or start-up, or for eighteen (18) months after the date of shipment, whichever occurs
first. Seller warrants 3800 series end suction pump models for a period of five (5) years from the date of installation or start-up, or for sixty
(60) months after the date of shipment, whichever comes first. Seller does not warrant accessories or components that are not manufactured
by Seller; however, to the extent possible, Seller agrees to assign to Buyer its rights under the original manufacturer’s warranty, without
recourse to Seller. Buyer must give Seller notice in writing of any alleged defect covered by this warranty (together with all identifying details,
including the serial number, the type of equipment, and the date of purchase) within thirty (30) days of the discovery of such defect during the
warranty period. No claim made more than 30 days after the expiration of the warranty period shall be valid. Guarantees of performance and
warranties are based on the use of original equipment manufactured (OEM) replacement parts. Seller assumes no responsibility or liability if
alterations, non-authorized design modifications and/or non-OEM replacement parts are incorporated. If requested by Seller, any equipment
(or its component parts) must be promptly returned to Seller prior to any attempted repair, or sent to an authorized service station designated
by Seller, and Buyer shall prepay all shipping expenses. Seller shall not be liable for any loss or damage to goods in transit, nor will any
warranty claim be valid unless the returned goods are received intact and undamaged as a result of shipment. Repaired or replaced material
returned to customer will be shipped F.O.B., Seller’s factory. Seller will not give Buyer credit for parts or equipment returned to Seller, and will
not accept delivery of any such parts or equipment, unless Buyer has obtained Seller’s approval in writing. The warranty extends to repaired
or replaced parts of Seller's manufacture for ninety (90) days or for the remainder of the original warranty period applicable to the equipment
or parts being repaired or replaced, whichever is greater. This warranty applies to the repaired or replaced part and is not extended to the
product or any other component of the product being repaired. Repair parts of its own manufacture sold after the original warranty period
are warranted for a period of one (1) year from shipment against defects in materials and workmanship under normal use and service. This
warranty applies to the replacement part only and is not extended to the product or any other component of the product being repaired.
Seller may substitute new equipment or improve part(s) of any equipment judged defective without further liability. All repairs or services
performed by Seller, which are not covered by this warranty, will be charged in accordance with Seller’s standard prices then in effect.
THIS WARRANTY IS THE SOLE WARRANTY OF SELLER AND SELLER HEREBY EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS AND BUYER WAIVES ALL
OTHER WARRANTIES EXPRESSED, IMPLIED IN LAW OR IMPLIED IN FACT, INCLUDING ANY WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY
OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Seller’s sole obligation under this warranty shall be, at its option, to repair or replace any
equipment (or its component parts) that has a defect covered by this warranty, or to refund the purchase price of such equipment or part.
Under the terms of this warranty, Seller shall not be liable for (a) consequential, collateral, special or liquidated losses or damages; (b)
equipment conditions caused by normal wear and tear, abnormal conditions of use, accident, neglect, or misuse of said equipment; (c) the
expense of, and loss or damage caused by, repairs or alterations made by anyone other than the Seller; (d) damage caused by abrasive
materials, chemicals, scale deposits, corrosion, lightning, improper voltage, mishandling, or other similar conditions; (e) any loss, damage,
or expense relating to or resulting from installation, removal or reinstallation of equipment; (f) any labor costs or charges incurred in repairing
or replacing defective equipment or parts, including the cost of reinstalling parts that are repaired or replaced by Seller; (g) any expense of
shipment of equipment or repaired or replacement parts; or (h) any other loss, damage, or expense of any nature.
The above warranty shall not apply to any equipment that may be separately covered by any alternate or special warranties.
PERFORMANCE: In the absence of Certified Pump Performance Tests, equipment performance is not warranted or guaranteed. Performance
curves and other information submitted to Buyer are approximate, and no warranty or guarantee shall be deemed to arise as a result of such
submittal. All testing shall be done in accordance with Seller’s standard policy under Hydraulic Institute procedures.
LIABILITY LIMITATIONS: Under no circumstances shall the Seller have any liability under the Order or otherwise for liquidated damages
or for collateral, consequential, or special damages or for loss of profits, or for actual losses or for loss of production or progress of
construction, regardless of the cause of such damages or losses. In any event, Seller’s aggregate total liability under the Order or otherwise
shall not exceed the contract price.
ACTS OF GOD: Seller shall in no event be liable for delays in delivery of the equipment or other failures to perform caused by fires, acts of
God, strikes, labor difficulties, acts of governmental or military authorities, delays in transportation or procuring materials, or causes of any
kind beyond Seller’s control.
COMPLIANCE WITH LAW: Seller agrees to comply with all United States laws and regulations applicable to the manufacturing of the
subject equipment. Such compliance shall include: The Fair Labor Standards Acts of 1938, as amended; Equal Employment Opportunity
clauses of Executive Order 11246, as amended; Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 and the standards promulgated thereunder,
if applicable. Since compliance with the various Federal, State and Local laws and regulations concerning occupational health and safety,
pollution, or local codes are affected by the use, installation, and operation of the equipment and other matters over which Seller has
no control, Seller assumes no responsibility for compliance with those laws and regulations, whether by way of indemnity, warranty, or
otherwise. It is incumbent upon the Buyer to specify equipment that complies with local codes and ordinances.
800 Airport Road
North Aurora, Illinois 60542
630-859-7000
www.aurorapump.com
Form Aurora Warranty Jan 2014
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