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Contents

Contents:

Explosion approved motor PE5…………..……………………………………….………………………WSM-11-0501

XFP PE5 Motor with cooling jacket...…………………………….……………………………………….WSM-00-0501

XFP PE5 Motor without cooling jacket……………………………………………………………………WSM-00-0502

VUPX/AFLX PE5 Motor……………………………………………….………………………………...…WSM-00-0503

Connection Chamber PE5…...…………………………………………………………………………….WSM-01-0501

Upper bearing Lid PE5……..…………………………………………………………………………...…WSM-02-0502

Shaft and Coolant Chamber XFP PE5 (with cooling jacket)…..…….……………………….…………WSM-03-0503

Shaft and Coolant Chamber XFP PE5 (without cooling jacket)……….....……………………………..WSM-03-0504

Shaft and Coolant Chamber VUPX/AFLX PE5…………..…...………………………………………....WSM-03-0505

Motor housing and Cooling jacket XFP PE5……..………………………………………………………WSM-04-0509

Bearing Arrangement lower bearings XFP PE5…………..………………………………………..……WSM-05-0510

Bearing Arrangement lower bearings VUPX/AFLX PE5…..…………………………...……………….WSM-05-0511

XFP CB Hydraulics……………….……..……………………………………………...………………….WSM-08-0812

XFP CH Hydraulics………………..……………………………………………………….………………WSM-08-0813

XFP SK Hydraulics….……………..……………………………………………………….………………WSM-08-0814

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Explosion approved motor PE5

Explosion approved motor

NOTE!

Explosion approved motor may only be repaired or maintained by authorized

ABS personnel or personnel authorized by ABS. The personnel and /or your workshop may also require authorisation by your local government.

IEC 60079-19 and EU Directive 94/9/EC are valid for all maintenance and repair work of products used in hazardous locations.

To ensure that the motor complies with the regulations and approval of the authorities, use only genuine ABS spare parts when carrying out repair work.

Always check the dimensions of vital parts before assembly. See picture and table for respective motor below.

The assembled pumps shall always be insulation-tested and test-run before delivery.

General

In an explosion approved motor (Ex), the gaps between different parts, for example between the motor housing and the connection

Chamber, shall prevent any sparks from interior of the motor from getting out and igniting surrounding gases.

All flame path length and gaps shall be measured with accurate and calibrated instruments. All gap surfaces shall be inspected.

No scratches, tool marks or the like are permissible.

Failure to meet the above requirements may render the explosion approval invalid. Note that the work requires experienced and specially trained personnel. The personnel and/ or your workshop may require authorisation by your local government.

Workshop repair

The parts for which dimensions must be checked are given in the part list. It is important to ensure that the gap surfaces for these parts are not damaged during dismantling.

The product must be thoroughly examined and a report must be prepared on all findings. Any measurements, dimensional checks, test readings, details of material, parts of windings which are found to require attention should be carefully noted.

It is required to affix a repair nameplate on the product after repair.

If the products have been modified and do not comply with original approval, the owner must be informed and further information on the application must be requested.

If there are any doubts during the repair as to the results of measurements, tests, the continued integrity of parts or the possible reclamation of damage parts, reference must be made to your local Ex Coordinator.

Guidelines for repair

Care must be taken when dismantling Ex approved products, as damage to flame proof faces can easily occur. For instance, if difficulties are found in separating spigot gaps, draw studs should be used wherever possible rather than trying to wedge the components apart, as not only will damage occur at the point of wedging, but he wedges are liable to be driven through and damage the flame path surface of the spigot.

Similarly care should be exercised when removing the main bearing assembly and bearing cover to ensure that damage does not occur on the part of the shaft that constitutes the flame path.

Once the motor has been completely dismantled, detailed examination of all parts should be made and a concise record kept of all findings.

When assembling an Ex approved product, measure the gaps and the flame path length. Inspect the flame path surfaces and smear them with grease to prevent corrosion.

If a part does not meet the requirements on dimensional accuracy or surface finish, it must be discarded and a new specially approved part ordered. The new part must also be inspected.

Observe caution during assembly to prevent damage to the flame path surfaces.

Flame paths

By referring to the spare parts list and dimensional drawings, the trained person can ascertain the parts of the motor that require special examination. The flame paths should be examined for any corrosive pitting or damage which may have occurred.

All castings should be examined for blow holes or hairline cracks. If there is evidence that there has been an internal explosion of gases, this may be confirmed by the user and will probably be evident by smoke and debris tracking across the flame paths.

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Explosion approved motor PE5

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ABS Submersible motor XFP PE5 with cooling jacket

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ABS Submersible motor XFP PE5 with cooling jacket

1 Connection chamber 140 Grub screw

2 Screw (Connection chamber) 168 Auxiliary Impeller

3 Screw Grub

4 Lifting hoop 178 Screw / Attachment swivel (only horizontal version)

Screw Stator

6 Seal 274 ring

9 Cable entry (Power cable)

10 Cable entry (Control cable)

396 Washer (EMC-Connection)

397 Screw (EMC-Connection)

12 Screw (Cable cap control cable) 436 Screw

17 Seal (Power cable lower) 437 Washer

18 Seal (Control cable) 450 O-ring (Motor housing)

459 Pressure

27 Control cable 460 Pressure washer (Control cable upper side)

461 Seal

462 Seal

32 Upper bearing lid 463 Washer

33 O- ring (Upper bearing flange) 464 Washer

465 Pressure (Power cable lower)

(35) Moisture sensor (DI) (Connection chamber) 466 Pressure washer Control cable (lower) duct washer

520 Washer (Lifting hoop) lid lid (only US-Version)

522 Seal (only US-Version)

523 Blind plug (only US-Version)

524 Pressure (Power cable upper – only US-Version)

525 Pressure washer (Power cable lower - only US-Version)

50 Terminal board (Power cable complete) 526 Screw (only US-Version) block shoe (US-Version)

55 Motor housing

59 Cooling jacket

60 Strip

528 Screw (US-Version)

530 Washer (US-Version)

531 Shrink hose (strain relief)

532 Shrink hose (strain relief)

533 Washer

546 Plug screw (Upper bearing flange)

66 Key

67 Lower bearing flange

74 Seal (plug screw)

77 Seal (plug screw)

547 Seal

(81) Moisture sensor (DI) (motor housing)

95 Cylinder roller bearing

96 Angular ball bearing

103 Screw

109 Moisture sensor (DI) (separation chamber)

122 Screw

129 Seal

131 Seal

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ABS Submersible motor XFP-PE5

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ABS Submersible motor XFP-PE5

1 Connection chamber 437 Washer

2 Screw (Connection chamber) 450 O-ring (Motor housing)

3 Screw washer (Power cable upper)

460 Pressure (Control cable upper side)

Screw (Power cable)

6 Seal 462 Seal (Control cable)

9 Cable entry (Power cable)

10 Cable entry (Control cable)

463 Washer

464 Washer

12 Screw (Cable cap control cable) 465 Pressure washer (Power cable lower)

17 Seal (Power cable lower) 466 Pressure

18 Seal (Control cable) 519 Sealing washer

520 Washer

27 Control cable 521 Cover lid (only US-Version)

522 Seal (only US-Version)

32 Upper bearing flange 523 Blind plug (only US-Version)

33 O-ring (Upper bearing flange) 524 (Power cable upper – only US-Version)

(35) Moisture sensor (DI) (Connection chamber)

525 Pressure (Power cable lower - only US-Version)

526 Screw (only US-Version) duct shoe (US-Version)

528 Screw (US-Version) lid Washer (US-Version)

531 Shrink hose (strain relief)

532 Shrink hose (strain relief)

47 Upper bearing 533 Washer

546 Plug screw (Upper bearing flange)

50 Terminal board (Power cable complete) 547 Seal

66 Key

67 Lower bearing flange

74 Seal (plug screw)

77 Seal (plug screw)

(81) Moisture sensor (DI) (motor housing)

93 Nut (bearing lid)

95 Cylinder roller bearing

109 Moisture sensor (DI) (separation chamber)

122 Screw

126 O-ring

131 Seal

138 Mechanical seal (Medium side)

139 Adjusting ring (Mechanical seal medium side)

140 Circlip (Mechanical seal medium side)

168 Adjusting ring

169 Grub screw (Adjusting ring)

178 Screw / Attachment swivel (only horizontal version)

190 Zinc anode belt (Lower part)

181 Zinc anode belt (Upper part)

254 Stator

396 Washer (EMC-Connection)

397 Screw (EMC-Connection)

436 Screw

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ABS Submersible motor VUPX / AFLX - PE5

1 Connection chamber 257 Plug screw (seal cover)

2 Screw (Connection chamber) 258 Seal

3 Screw Shaft

4 Lifting hoop 275 Plug screw (seal cover)

Screw seal

6 Seal 396 Washer (EMC-Connection)

9 Cable entry (Power cable)

10 Cable entry (Control cable)

397 Screw (EMC-Connection)

436 Screw

12 Screw (Cable cap control cable) 437 Washer

17 Seal (Power cable lower) 450 O-ring

18 Seal (Control cable) 459 Pressure washer (Power cable upper)

460 Pressure (Control cable upper side)

27 Control cable 461 Seal (Power cable)

462 Seal (Control cable)

32 Upper bearing flange 463 Washer

33 O-ring (Upper bearing flange) 464 Washer

(35) Moisture sensor (DI) (Connection chamber)

465 Pressure (Power cable lower)

466 Pressure washer Control cable (lower) duct washer

520 Washer (Lifting hoop) lid lid (only US-Version)

522 Seal (only US-Version)

523 Blind plug (only US-Version)

47 Upper bearing 524 Pressure washer (Power cable upper – only US-Version)

525 Pressure washer (Power cable lower - only US-Version)

50 Terminal board (Power cable complete) 526 Screw (only US-Version)

52 Screw cable shoe 527 Cable shoe (US-Version)

528 Screw (US-Version)

65 Motor shaft

66 Key

67 Lower bearing flange

71 Screw

74 Seal (plug screw)

77 Seal (plug screw)

(81) Moisture sensor (DI) (motor housing)

91 Stud screw (Lower bearing lid)

93 Nut (bearing lid)

95 Angular ball bearing (counter bearing)

96 Angular ball bearing (main bearing)

530 Washer (US-Version)

531 Shrink hose (strain relief)

532 Shrink hose (strain relief)

533 Washer

546 Plug screw (Upper bearing flange)

547 Seal

107 Circlip

109 Moisture sensor (DI) (separation chamber)

122 Screw

126 O-ring

138 Mechanical seal (Medium side)

139 Adjusting ring (Mechanical seal medium side)

140 Circlip (Mechanical seal medium side)/ grub screw (adjusting ring)

141 Circlip

142 supporting disc

168 Adjusting ring

169 Grub screw (Adjusting ring)

181 Zinc anode belt (Upper part)

184 Zinc anode belt (Middle part)

190 Zinc anode belt (Lower part)

254 Stator

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Connection chamber XFP-PE5

Dismantling of the connection chamber

Unscrew the socket head screw (2) and remove Strip (60) if fitted

(only for cooling jacket version of XFP).

Carefully lift off the connection chamber (1) with the aid of an adequately dimensioned hoist.

Dismantle the cable entries (9 and 10) if the cables (26 or 27) need to be replaced. Remove the screws (12) .

ATTENTION Prior to cut off the damaged cables or disconnecting the leads from the terminal board (50), the terminal assignment of the leads should always be noticed!

Assembly of the connection chamber

Insert new o-ring (33) into the groove between motor housing (55) and upper bearing lid (32).

In case of cooling jacket version:

Insert a new o-ring (63) into the groove of the connection chamber

(1).

Insert a new o-ring (450) into the groove of the plane face of the motor housing (55).

Bring the connection chamber (1) into line with the grooved pin

(34) of the upper bearing lid (32) and opposite to the bulge of the motor housing (55) as shown in the drawing.

The notch inside of the connection chamber (1) must be in line with the grooved pin (34) from the upper bearing lid!

Observe the correct position of the lifting hoop (4) as well!

Lower the connection chamber carefully into the centring seat of the motor housing (55).

Screw in and tighten the screws (2).

Dismantling of the power- and control cables

ATTENTION Do not cut off the cables! Prior to cut off damaged cables or disconnecting the leads from the terminal board (50), the

terminal assignment of the leads should be noticed!

Dismantle the connection chamber as described above.

Dismantle the cable entries (9 and 10) if the cables (26 or 27) need to be replaced. Remove the screws (12) .

IMPORTANT Use always the old cable as a sample for lead

designation and for cut to length of the leads and the insulations!

Disconnect the plug from the optionally DI-probe (35).

Disconnect the cable leads from the clamps of the terminal board

(50 and 51).

Assembly of the power- and control cables

Cut to length and removing of the cable- and lead- insulations should be done in accordance with the old (sample) cable ends.

Fit the new shrink hose (531) to its final position and shrink it with care by the aid of a hot-air gun. This piece of shrink hose is an additional strain relief for the cable!

ATTENTION The earth connection leads should be a few cm longer than the other leads of the cables for safety reasons.

Fit all parts of the cable entries (9 and 10) together with all washers and seals in the correct order (as shown in the drawing).

First ensure that the earth connection leads (52) (PE) of the power- and control cables are connected to the earthing

clamps (PE) of the terminal board!

Connect the monitoring and the power leads to the terminal board

(50). (See also Chapter 5.3 of the Installation and Operating

Instructions).

ATTENTION

Observe the correct terminal assignment of the leads!

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Upper bearing flange PE5

Dismantling and assembly of the connection chamber

See module “Connection chamber / Cables“

Dismantling and assembly of the power- and control cables

See module “Connection chamber / Cables“

Dismantling of the upper bearing

ATTENTION Prior to pull through the leads from the stator through the cable ducts (40 and 41) the lead designations should always be noticed!

The leads should be marked immediately after pull through the cable ducts!

Disconnect the plug from the optionally DI-probe (35).

Dismantle the terminal clamps (50 and 51) by unscrewing the socket head screws in the mounting rail.

Dismantle the optionally DI-probe (35) – only if the upper bearing flange (32) needs to be replaced.

Pull out the upper bearing flange (32).

Remove the cover lid (43 and 44) which covers the bearing.

Push out the outer bearing part (47.1) of the upper bearing lid

Withdraw the inner bearing ring (47.2) from the rotor shaft (65) with the aid of a puller.

Assembly of the upper bearing

Press new inner bearing ring (472) on the rotor shaft (65)

Bring upper bearing flange (32) into correct position to the motor housing (55). The grooved pin (34) must be opposite into line with the bulge on the motor housing (55)

Push the leads of the stator through the seals of the cable ducts

(40/41) and mark again the leads immediately.

Push the upper bearing flange (32) carefully into the centring seat of the motor housing.

Fit the new outer bearing part (47.1) into the bearing seat of the upper bearing flange (32).

Grease the bearing with bearing grease as specified:

Rivolta SKD 4002 (ABS part no.: 1 103 0053).

Cover the bearing with the cover lid (43 and 44). Insert new O-

Ring (46)

Assemble the terminal clamp (50) by fixing the mounting rail with the both socket head screws on the upper bearing lid.

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Motor shaft and lower bearing flange XFP-PE5 (with cooling jacket)

Release the coolant

See module “Coolant filling of the PE motors“

Dismantle the cooling jacket

See module “Motor housing and Cooling jacket“

Dismantle the motor housing

See also module “Motor housing and Cooling jacket“

HINT The connection chamber don‘t need to be dismantled.

Screw out the socket head screws (68).

Raise the motor housing (55) only a few cm from the intermediate flange (67) with the aid of a hoist.

Disconnect the control leads.

Lift off the motor housing (55) and place it safely on an even flat surface.

Dismantling of the pump case and the impeller

Unscrew the nuts (152). See also according hydraulic module

Dismantling of the motor shaft unit

Screw in a suitable auxiliary eyelet screw into the threaded hole on the motor shaft end (65).

Lift off the motor shaft unit and place and support the motor shaft unit safely in a horizontal position. Make sure that the motor shaft unit cannot roll over!

Dismantling of the mechanical seal (medium side)

Remove key (66).

Loosen grub screw (140) and withdraw adjusting ring (139) from the shaft end.

Carefully pull off the rotating part of the mechanical seal (138) from the shaft.

Dismantling of the seal cover

Loosen socket head screws (122) and withdraw the seal cover

(121) from the motor shaft (65) and lower bearing flange (67).

Dismantling of the cover plate

HINT The cover plate don‘t need to be dismantled.

Screw out the socket head screws (103) and withdraw the cover plate (102) carefully from the motor shaft.

Dismantle the Auxiliary impeller

Loosen grub screw (169) and withdraw the auxiliary impeller (168) from the motor shaft.

Dismantling of the mechanical seal (motor side)

Withdraw the mechanical seal (106) carefully from the motor shaft.

Dismantling of the lower bearings

Unscrew the nuts (93) and withdraw the lower bearing lid (90)

Withdraw the lower bearing flange (67) together with the bearings and the lip seal ring (274) from the motor shaft with the aid of a suitable puller.

Loosen and remove shaft nut (100).

Pull the bearings out of lower bearing flange (67) with the aid of a suitable puller.

Push the lip seal ring (274) out of the its seat in the lower bearing flange (67).

HINT See also module “Bearing arrangement lower bearings

XFP- PE5“

Assembly

The assembly of the motor shaft and the coolant chamber has to be made in a reverse manner.

ATTENTION Bearings must be cold pressed on motor shaft.

The bearings may not be by heated for assembly!

ATTENTION The plug screws (74 and 75) from the lower bearing flange (67) have to be in line with the plug screw (130) from the coolant chamber (121).

IMPORTANT All o-rings should be replaced during the assembly!

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Motor shaft and lower bearing flange XFP-PE5

Release the coolant

See module “Coolant filling of the PE motors“

Dismantle the motor housing

See also module “Motor housing and Cooling jacket“

HINT The connection chamber don‘t need to be dismantled.

Screw out the socket head screws (68).

Raise the motor housing (55) only a few cm from the lower bearing flange (67) with the aid of a hoist.

Disconnect the control leads.

Lift off the motor housing (55) and place it safely on an even flat surface.

Dismantling of the pump case and the impeller

Unscrew the nuts (152). See also according hydraulic module

Dismantling of the motor shaft unit

Screw in a suitable auxiliary eyelet screw into the threaded hole on the motor shaft end (65).

Lift off the motor shaft unit and place and support the motor shaft unit safely in a horizontal position. Make sure that the motor shaft unit cannot roll over!

Dismantling of the mechanical seal (medium side)

Remove key (66).

Loosen grub screw (140) and withdraw adjusting ring (139) from the shaft end.

Carefully pull off the rotating part of the mechanical seal (138) from the shaft.

Dismantling of the seal cover

Loosen socket head screws (122) and withdraw the seal cover

(121) from the motor shaft (65) and lower bearing flange (67).

Dismantling of the mechanical seal (motor side)

Loosen grub screw (169) and withdraw the adjusting ring (168) from the motor shaft.

Withdraw the mechanical seal (106) carefully from the motor shaft.

Dismantling of the lower bearings

Unscrew the nuts (93) and withdraw the lower bearing lid (90)

Withdraw the lower bearing flange (67) together with the bearings and the lip seal ring (274) from the motor shaft with the aid of a suitable puller.

Loosen and remove the shaft nut (100).

Pull the bearings out of lower bearing flange (67) with the aid of a suitable puller.

Push the lip seal ring (274) out of its seat in the intermediate flange

(67).

HINT See also module “Bearing arrangement lower bearings

XFP- PE5“

Assembly

The assembly of the motor shaft and the coolant chamber has to be made in a reverse manner.

ATTENTION Bearings must be cold pressed on motor shaft.

The bearings may not be by heated for assembly!

ATTENTION The plug screws (74 and 75) from the intermediate flange (67) have to be in line with the plug screw (130) from the coolant chamber (121).

IMPORTANT All o-rings should be replaced during the assembly!

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Motor shaft and coolant chamber VUPX AFLX PE5

Dismantling of the pump hydraulics

See according hydraulic module

Release the coolant

See module “Coolant filling of the PE motors“

Dismantling of the mechanical seal (medium side)

Remove key (66).

Remove circlip (218) and support washer (142)

Loosen grub screw (140) and withdraw adjusting ring (139) from the shaft end.

Carefully pull off the rotating part of the mechanical seal (138) from the shaft.

Dismantling of the coolant chamber

Loosen socket head screws (68) and withdraw the coolant chamber (121) from the motor shaft (65).

Dismantling of the mechanical seal (motor side)

Remove circlip (107).

Loosen grub screw (169) and withdraw the adjusting ring (168) from the motor shaft.

Withdraw the mechanical seal (106) carefully from the motor shaft.

Dismantle the motor housing

See also module “Motor housing and Cooling jacket“

HINT The connection chamber don‘t need to be dismantled.

Screw out the two flat socket head screws (71).

Raise the motor housing (55) only a few cm from the lower bearing flange (67) with the aid of a hoist.

Disconnect the control leads.

Lift off the motor housing (55) and place it safely on an even flat surface.

Dismantling of the motor shaft unit

Screw in a suitable auxiliary eyelet screw into the threaded hole on the motor shaft end (65).

Lift off the motor shaft unit and place and support the motor shaft unit safely in a horizontal position. Make sure that the motor shaft unit cannot roll over!

Dismantling of the lower bearings

Unscrew the nuts (93) and withdraw the lower bearing lid (90)

Remove circlip (100).

Withdraw the lower bearing flange (67) together with the bearings and the lip seal ring (274) from the motor shaft with the aid of a suitable puller.

Pull the bearings out of the lower bearing flange (67) with the aid of a suitable puller.

Push the lip seal ring (274) out of the seat in the lower bearing flange (67).

HINT See also module “Bearing arrangement lower bearings

XFP- /VUPX- /AFLX- PE4“

Assembly

The assembly of the motor shaft and the coolant chamber has to be made in a reverse manner.

ATTENTION Bearings must be cold pressed into its seats.

The bearings may not be heated for assembly!

ATTENTION The plug screws (74 and 76) from the lower bearing flange (67) have to be in line with the plug screws (275) from the coolant chamber (121).

IMPORTANT All o-rings should be replaced during the assembly!

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Bearing Arrangement lower bearings XFP-PE5

XFP- PE5

(O- Arrangement)

ATTENTION

Bearings must be cold pressed into its seats!

The bearings may not be heated for assembly to avoid gaps between them caused of temperature shrinking.

Due to the PE ATEX/ FM design it is very important that the bearings are cold pressed!

50 Hz

PE 550 / 4

PE 750 / 4

PE 900 / 4

PE 1100 / 4

PE 450 / 6

PE 550 / 6

PE 750 / 6

PE 900 / 6

PE 370 / 8

PE 450 / 8

PE 550 / 8

PE 750 / 8

PE 300 / 10

PE 370 / 10

PE 450 / 10

PE 550 / 10

60 Hz

PE 630 / 4 .60

PE 860 / 4 .60

PE 1040 / 4 .60

PE 1250 / 4 .60

PE 520 / 6 .60

PE 630 / 6 .60

PE 860 / 6 .60

PE 1040 / 6 .60

PE 430 / 8 .60

PE 520 / 8 .60

PE 630 / 8 .60

PE 860 / 8 .60

PE 350 / 10 .60

PE 430 / 10 .60

PE 520 / 10 .60

PE 630 / 10 .60

ATTENTION

Other bearing arrangements are possible for special versions.

In these cases the according assembly drawings should be requested.

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Bearing Arrangement lower bearings VUPX/ AFLX-PE5

VUPX/ AFLX- PE5

(Tandem- Arrangement)

ATTENTION

Bearings must be cold pressed into its seats!

The bearings may not be heated for assembly to avoid gaps between them caused of temperature shrinking.

Due to the PE ATEX/ FM design it is very important that the bearings are cold pressed!

50 Hz

PE 550 / 4

PE 750 / 4

PE 900 / 4

PE 1100 / 4

PE 450 / 6

PE 550 / 6

PE 750 / 6

PE 900 / 6

PE 370 / 8

PE 450 / 8

PE 550 / 8

PE 750 / 8

PE 300 / 10

PE 370 / 10

PE 450 / 10

PE 550 / 10

60 Hz

PE 630 / 4 .60

PE 860 / 4 .60

PE 1040 / 4 .60

PE 1250 / 4 .60

PE 520 / 6 .60

PE 630 / 6 .60

PE 860 / 6 .60

PE 1040 / 6 .60

PE 430 / 8 .60

PE 520 / 8 .60

PE 630 / 8 .60

PE 860 / 8 .60

PE 350 / 10 .60

PE 430 / 10 .60

PE 520 / 10 .60

PE 630 / 10 .60

ATTENTION

Other bearing arrangements are possible for special versions.

In these cases the according assembly drawings should be requested.

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XFP 100J-CB2 / 150J-CB2 / 150M-CB2 / 151J-CB2 / 200J-CB2 / 201J-CB2 / 250J-CB2 / 300J-CB3

146

150

(160)

156

157

(158)

(159)

155

270

143

145

144

133

119

120

149

164

163

266

268

267

Dismantling and assembly of the hydraulic

NOTE For professional and safe dismantling or assembly we recommend to change the asymmetric lifting hoop of the XFP against suitable attachment swivels or against the symmetric lifting hoop version used for VUPX/AFLX versions (part nos. see table).

Only this measure enables to hang the motor unit in a vertical upright position!

Dismantling of the motor unit

Unscrew the screws (150) and lift off the motor unit carefully with the aid of an adequately dimensioned hoist.

Observe the total weight of the pump (see name plate)!

Place the motor unit carefully on its side, taking care that it cannot roll over. Do not place it on the cooling jacket!

Assembly of the motor unit

Clean the surface of the centring seat of the motor unit and the volute

(149).

Insert new o-ring (133).

Bring the motor unit into line to the volute. The marking arrow on the flange of cooling-/ or oil chamber must be in line with the discharge flange of the volute.

Lower the motor unit with care.

Fit and tighten the screws (150).

NOTE If the impeller (148) is being changed then care should be taken that the bottom plate (163) is fitted in such a manner that the smallest possible gap between the shearing edge of the impeller and the bottom plate is adjusted.

Dismantling of the impeller

Dismantle the volute.

Dismantling of the impeller (A) = hanging at the hoist

Hang the motor unit in a vertical upright position above a

suitable solid mounting pedestal. Lower the motor unit carefully so far that the impeller will be supported at the mounting pedestal.

Loosen impeller screw (144) and screw it out together with securing washers (145).

Remove collar washer (143) together with grooved pin (270).

Raise the motor unit a few cm and withdraw the impeller (146). If necessary with the aid of two levers.

Dismantling of the impeller (B) = horizontal position

Lift off the motor unit carefully with the aid of an adequately dimensioned hoist. Place the motor unit carefully on its side, taking care that it cannot roll over. Do not place it on the cooling jacket!

Remove impeller screw (144) together with securing washers

(145), collar washer (143) and the grooved pin (270).

Withdraw and lift off the impeller (146) from the shaft end e.g. with the aid of two levers or with an impeller puller at the gap between the shroud of the impeller and the cooling-/oil chamber.

Lifting devices for XFP-PE assembly

VUPX / AFLX- Lifting hoop: Attachment swivels:

PE4 Part no.: 3 206 2500 M12 Part no.: 1 499 0096

PE5 Part no.: 3 206 2510 M16 Part no.: 1 499 0100

PE6A Part no.: 3 206 2520 M20 Part no.: 1 499 0097 mounting pedestal

Assembly of the impeller (AB)

Prior assembling the impeller the shaft end and key (66) should be cleaned and checked for any damage. Any damaged or worn parts should be replaced.

Impeller bore and the shaft end should be lightly lubricated with graphite-grease or a suitable mounting paste.

Fit the key (66) into the motor shaft and push the impeller on the motor shaft.

Assembly of the impeller (A)

Place the impeller (146) to the mounting pedestal and bring it into line.

Hang the motor unit above the impeller with a hoist.

Bring the shaft end with impeller bore and key with key groove into line and lower the motor unit with care as far as the stop.

Assembly of the impeller (B)

Push impeller to the shaft.

(AB) Insert collar washer (143) together with the grooved pin (270).

(AB) Screw in the impeller screw (144) together with the two securing washers (145).

(AB) Tighten the impeller screw (144) with the correct tightening

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Modular Workshop Manual

XFP 100J-CB2 / 150J-CB2 / 150M-CB2 / 151J-CB2 / 200J-CB2 / 201J-CB2 / 250J-CB2 / 300J-CB3

Tightening torques for ABS stainless steel screws A4-70

torque (depending of the screw dimension).

Observe the correct fitting orientation of the securing washers

(145)! (See detail in the drawing).

Dismantling of the bottom plate

Lift off the pump carefully with the aid of an adequately dimensioned hoist.

Support the pump safely in a horizontal position.

Make sure that the pump cannot roll over!

Screw out the screws (267).

Remove the bottom plate (163) with the aid of two levers.

Assembly of the bottom plate

Fit o-ring (164) into the groove of the bottom plate.

Screw out the adjusting screws (266) together with screwed on locking nuts (268).

Press the bottom plate (163) against the shearing edge of the impeller.

Adjusting of the gap between impeller and bottom plate.

Screw in the adjusting screws (266) sufficiently until the smallest possible gap is present all around between the bottom plate and the shearing edge of the impeller.

Screw in and tighten the screws (267).

Tighten the locking nuts (268)

Bring the pump to upright position and turn the impeller a few turns by hand.

ATTENTION Prior to installation and commissioning of the pump a check should be made that the impeller can rotate contact-free to the bottom plate! If the impeller cannot be rotated by hand the gap has to be adjusted and checked again.

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Modular Workshop Manual

XFP 100J-CH2 / 100J-CH1 / 150J-CH2 / 200J-CH2 / 200M-CH2 / 250M-CH2 / 300M-CH2 / 301M-

CH2 / 300J-CH2 / 350M-CH3 / 351M-CH3 / 400M-CH2 / 400R-CH2

Dismantling and assembly of the hydraulic

146

NOTE For professional and safe dismantling or assembly we recommend to change the asymmetric lifting hoop of the XFP-PE4 to PE6 against suitable attachment swivels or against the symmetric lifting hoop version used for VUPX/AFLX versions (part nos. see table). Only this measure enables to hang the motor unit in a vertical upright position!

270

143

145

144

153

Dismantling of the motor unit

Unscrew the screws (150) and lift off the motor unit carefully with the aid of an adequately dimensioned hoist.

Observe the total weight of the pump (see name plate)!

Place the motor unit carefully on its side, taking care that it cannot roll over. Do not place it on the cooling jacket!

150

*126

*122

*324

Assembly of the motor unit

Clean the surface of the centring seat of the motor unit and the volute

(149).

Insert new o-ring (133).

Bring the motor unit into line to the volute. The marking arrow on the flange of cooling-/ or oil chamber must be in line with the discharge flange of the volute.

Lower the motor unit with care.

Fit and tighten the screws (150).

156

157

(160)

(159)

(158)

*only XFP350M-CH3

133

119

120

155

149

Tightening torques for ABS stainless steel screws A4-70 mounting pedestal

Lifting devices for XFP-PE assembly

VUPX / AFLX- Lifting hoop: Attachment swivels:

PE4 Part no.: 3 206 2500 M12 Part no.: 1 499 0096

PE5 Part no.: 3 206 2510 M16 Part no.: 1 499 0100

PE6A Part no.: 3 206 2520 M20 Part no.: 1 499 0097

PE6B Part no.: 3 206 2521

Dismantling of the impeller

Dismantle the volute.

Dismantling of the impeller (A) = hanging at the hoist

Hang the motor unit in a vertical upright position above a

suitable solid mounting pedestal. Lower the motor unit carefully so far that the impeller will be supported at the mounting pedestal.

Loosen impeller screw (144) and screw it out together with securing washers (145).

Remove collar washer (143) together with grooved pin (270).

Raise the motor unit a few cm and withdraw the impeller (146). If necessary with the aid of two levers.

Dismantling of the impeller (B) = horizontal position

Lift off the motor unit carefully with the aid of an adequately dimensioned hoist. Place the motor unit carefully on its side, taking care that it cannot roll over. Do not place it on the cooling jacket!

Remove impeller screw (144) together with securing washers (145).

Remove collar washer (143) together with grooved pin (270).

Withdraw and lift off the impeller (146) from the shaft end e.g. with the aid of two levers or with an impeller puller at the gap between the shroud of the impeller and the cooling-/oil chamber.

Assembly of the impeller (AB)

Prior assembling the impeller the shaft end and key (66) should be cleaned and checked for any damage. Any damaged or worn parts should be replaced.

Impeller bore and the shaft end should be lightly lubricated with graphite-grease or a suitable mounting paste.

Fit the key (66) into the motor shaft.

Assembly of the impeller (A)

Place the impeller (146) to the mounting pedestal and bring it into line.

Hang the motor unit above the impeller with a hoist.

Bring the shaft end with impeller bore and key with key groove into line and lower the motor unit with care as far as the stop.

Assembly of the impeller (B)

Push impeller to the shaft.

(AB) Insert collar washer (143) together with the grooved pin (270).

(AB) Screw in the impeller screw (144) together with the two securing washers (145).

(AB) Tighten the impeller screw (144) with the correct tightening

torque (depending of the screw dimension).

ATTENTION Observe the correct fitting orientation of the securing

washers (145)! (See detail in the drawing).

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Modular Workshop Manual

XFP 100J-CH2 / 100J-CH1 / 150J-CH2 / 200J-CH2 / 200M-CH2 / 250M-CH2 / 300M-CH2 / 301M-

CH2 / 300J-CH2 / 350M-CH3 / 351M-CH3 / 400M-CH2 / 400R-CH2

Changing of the volute wear ring

Tools

Fig. 01

Hammer

Centre punch

Drill

Drill bit

6,8

Thread-cutting tap M8

Cutting oil

Knocking out device (see also Fig. 3)

Gas burner (not shown)

Dismantling of the volute wear ring

Punch mark the old wear ring at 120° intervals. Drill holes to about

15 mm deep and tap them M8.

Heat the wear ring with the flame of a gas burner.

Screw in the device for knocking out the wear ring into the threaded holes.

Use heat protecting gloves.

Loosen and release the old wear ring (148) with firm blows of a hammer. The knocking out device is screwed into each hole in turn and the procedure repeated.

Fig. 02

Assembly of the volute wear ring

Clean the outside of the new wear ring and the inside of volute with Rivolta A.C.S.3 cleaner (part number 9 510 0221).

Rub down the wear ring seating of the volute with paper to ensure that the graphite residues of the cast iron are removed. Otherwise the adhesive will not work.

Wet the surface of the volute with Loctite 7649 (part number

1 595 0010). The activator will accelerate the hardening process.

Spread Loctite industrial adhesive 3504 (part number

1 595 0009) evenly on the surface of the wear ring.

Place the wear ring into the volute making sure that the entry chamfer enters first.

Allow the adhesive at least 12 hours to set.

Use heat protecting gloves and wear goggles!

Changing of the impeller wear ring (option)

The wear ring (147) of the impeller (Option) is shrink-fitted and secured by heavy duty dowel pins. The wear ring can be exchanged if necessary. Please contact your responsible Sulzer

Service Organisation.

Fig. 03

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Modular Workshop Manual

XFP 501U-SK / 600X-SK

Tightening torques for ABS stainless steel screws A4-70

Lifting devices for XFP-PE assembly

Lifting hoop: VUPX / AFLX

PE5 Part no.: 3 206 2510

PE6A Part no.: 3 206 2520

PE6B Part no.: 3 206 2521 mounting pedestal

Dismantling and assembly of the hydraulic

NOTE For professional and safe dismantling or assembly we recommend to change the asymmetric lifting hoop of the XFP-PE5 to-PE6 against suitable attachment swivels or against the symmetric lifting hoop version used for VUPX/AFLX versions (part nos. see table). Only this measure enables to hang the motor unit in a vertical upright position!

Dismantling of the motor unit

Unscrew the screws (150) and lift off the motor unit carefully with the aid of an adequately dimensioned hoist.

To dismantle the motor from seal cover (121) as shown is not necessary!

Observe the total weight of the pump (see name plate)!

Place the motor unit carefully on its side, taking care that it cannot roll over. Do not place it on the cooling jacket!

Assembly of the motor unit

Clean the surface of the centring seat of the motor unit and the volute

(149).

Insert new o-ring (133).

Bring the motor unit into line to the volute. The marking arrow on the flange of cooling-/ or oil chamber must be in line with the discharge flange of the volute.

Lower the motor unit with care.

Fit the screws (150).

NOTE If the impeller is being changed the gap between shroud and blades of the impeller has to be checked and adjusted if necessary

(see table page 2).

Dismantling of the impeller

Dismantle the volute.

Dismantling of the impeller (A) = hanging at the hoist

Hang the motor unit in a vertical upright position above a

suitable solid mounting pedestal. Lower the motor unit carefully so far that the impeller will be supported at the mounting pedestal.

Loosen impeller screw (144) and screw it out together with securing washers (145).

Remove collar washer (143) together with grooved pin (270).

Raise the motor unit a few cm and withdraw the impeller (146). If necessary with the aid of two levers.

Dismantling of the impeller (B) = horizontal position

Lift off the motor unit carefully with the aid of an adequately dimensioned hoist. Place the motor unit carefully on its side, taking care that it cannot roll over. Do not place it on the cooling jacket!

Remove impeller screw (144) together with securing washers (145).

Remove collar washer (143) together with grooved pin (270).

Withdraw and lift off the impeller (146) from the shaft end e.g. with the aid of two levers or with an impeller puller at the gap between the shroud of the impeller and the cooling-/oil chamber.

Assembly of the impeller (AB)

Prior assembling the impeller the shaft end and key (66) should be cleaned and checked for any damage. Any damaged or worn parts should be replaced.

Impeller bore and the shaft end should be lightly lubricated with graphite-grease.

Fit the key (66) into the motor shaft.

Assembly of the impeller (A)

Place the impeller (146) to the mounting pedestal and bring it into line.

Hang the motor unit above the impeller with a hoist.

Bring the shaft end with impeller bore and key with key groove into line and lower the motor unit with care as far as the stop.

Assembly of the impeller (B)

Push impeller to the shaft.

(AB) Insert collar washer (143) together with the grooved pin (270).

(AB) Screw in the impeller screw (144) together with the two

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Modular Workshop Manual

XFP 501U-SK / 600X-SK

Hydraulics

XFP 500U-SK

XFP 600X-SK

Impeller gap

Angular impeller gap

0,5 mm

0,6 mm

Tolerance

-0,2mm

-0,2 mm securing washers (145).

(AB) Tighten the impeller screw (144) with the correct tightening

torque (depending of the screw dimension).

ATTENTION Observe the correct fitting orientation of the securing washers (145)! (See detail in the drawing).

Dismantling of the shroud

Lift off the motor from the volute (149) and place it safely.

Remove the screws (351).

Screw in 2 compatible auxiliary eyelet screws in the threaded holes of the shroud.

Lift off the shroud (149).

Assembly of the shroud

Turn the adjusting screws (353) and the fixing screws (351) a few turns out.

Screw in 2 compatible auxiliary eyelet screws in the threaded holes of the shroud. Lift down the shroud into the fit of the volute

(149) to the lowest possible position.

Screw in the fixing screws (351) a few turns to make sure that the shroud is in its correct position.

Assemble the motor with mounted impeller to the volute.

Adjusting of the angular impeller gap

To adjust the gap between impeller blades and the shroud (350) the pump should be lifted vertically and should be placed on its volute on an adequately dimensioned support device. The pump should be always secured with the hoist!

Open the fixing screws (351) so far that a sufficient adjusting range is present.

Screw in the adjusting screws (353) so far that the prescribed gap

(see table) is present over the full circumference.

After adjusting the gap the impeller should be turned by hand a few turns. Check the gap (see table) with a feeler gauge. If the gap is in tolerance, fix the shroud finally with the fixing screws (351).

Bring the pump to a vertical upright position and turn the impeller by hand. It must be guaranteed that the impeller runs free without any contact to the shroud!

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