INNOMAG ® TB-MAG™ ASME and ISO

INNOMAG ® TB-MAG™ ASME and ISO
USER INSTRUCTIONS
INNOMAG® TB-MAG™
ASME and ISO Sealless
Horizontal close coupled, long coupled and vertical
ETFE lined, sealless chemical process pumps
Installation
Operation
Maintenance
PCN= 26999988 06-14 (E) Original instructions.
These instructions must be read prior to installing,
operating, using and maintaining this equipment.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1
INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY ........................ 4
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
2
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.9
6.10
6.11
6.12
6.13
6.14
6.15
6.16
6.17
Consignment receipt and unpacking .............9
Handling ...................................................... 10
Lifting........................................................... 10
Storage ......................................................... 11
Recycling and end of product life ................. 11
Configurations .............................................. 11
Nomenclature ............................................... 11
Nameplate ................................................... 13
Design of major parts .................................. 14
Performance and operating limits ............... 14
MAINTENANCE .............................................. 24
7
Location ...................................................... 16
Part assemblies .......................................... 16
Foundation .................................................. 16
Grouting ...................................................... 18
Piping .......................................................... 19
Electrical connections ................................. 20
Protection systems...................................... 20
Final Shaft alignment check ........................ 21
COMMISSIONING, START-UP, OPERATION
AND SHUTDOWN ........................................... 22
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
Pre-commissioning procedure .................... 22
Direction of rotation ..................................... 22
Priming and auxiliary supplies .................... 22
Starting the pump ........................................ 22
Running the pump....................................... 22
Stopping and shutdown............................... 23
Hydraulic, mechanical and electrical duty .. 23
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General ........................................................ 24
Maintenance schedule................................. 24
Spare parts .................................................. 25
Tools required .............................................. 26
Fastener torques ......................................... 26
Disassembly ................................................ 26
Examination of parts .................................... 28
Gasket, O-ring ............................................. 29
Casing Repair .............................................. 29
Containment Shell Repair ............................ 29
Impeller Repair ............................................ 30
Wet End Assembly ...................................... 31
Drive End Disassembly ............................... 32
Drive End Assembly .................................... 33
Bearing Frame Assembly ............................ 33
Bearing Frame Installation........................... 34
Bearing Frame Disassembly ....................... 35
Troubleshooting ............................................... 37
7.1
8
Faults, causes and remedies ...................... 37
PARTS LISTS AND DRAWINGS ..................... 40
8.1
8.2
INSTALLATION ................................................ 15
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
5
6
General ..........................................................4
CE marking and approvals ............................4
Disclaimer ......................................................4
Copyright ........................................................4
Duty conditions ..............................................4
Safety .............................................................5
Nameplate and safety labels .........................9
Specific machine performance .......................9
Noise level .....................................................9
DESCRIPTION ................................................ 11
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
4
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TRANSPORT AND STORAGE .......................... 9
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
3
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8.3
8.4
Sectional drawing ........................................ 40
Long Couple Bearing Frame Sectional
Drawing (optional secondary containment
seal shown) ................................................. 41
Parts Interchangeability Chart ..................... 42
General arrangement drawing ..................... 43
9
CERTIFICATION ............................................. 43
10
OTHER RELEVANT DOCUMENTATION AND
MANUALS ....................................................... 43
10.1 Supplementary User Instruction manuals ... 43
10.2 Change notes .............................................. 43
10.3 Additional sources of information ................ 43
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INDEX
Page
Additional information (10.3) ................................. 43
Assembly (6.12.2) ................................................. 32
ATEX marking (1.6.4.2) .......................................... 7
Bearing frame (6.15) ............................................. 33
CE marking and approvals (1.2) ............................. 4
Certification (9) ...................................................... 43
Change notes (10.2) ............................................. 43
Commissioning and operation (5) ......................... 22
Compliance, ATEX (1.6.4.1) ................................... 7
Configurations (3.1) .............................................. 11
Copyright (1.4) ........................................................ 4
Design of major parts (3.4) ................................... 14
Direction of rotation (5.2) ...................................... 22
Disassembly (6.6) ................................................. 26
Disclaimer (1.3) ....................................................... 4
Drawings (8) ......................................................... 40
Duty conditions (1.5) ............................................... 4
Electrical connections (4.6) .................................. 20
End of product life (2.5) ........................................ 11
Examination of parts (6.7)..................................... 28
Fastener torques (6.5) .......................................... 26
Faults, causes and remedies (7.1) ....................... 37
Flange pressure rating (3.5.2) .............................. 14
Foundation (4.3) ................................................... 16
General (1.1) ........................................................... 4
General arrangement drawing (8.4) ..................... 43
General assembly drawings (8) ............................ 40
Grouting (4.4) ........................................................ 18
Handling (2.2) ....................................................... 10
Hydraulic, mechanical and electrical duty (5.7) .... 23
Inspection (6.7.2) .................................................. 28
Installation (4) ....................................................... 15
Lifting (2.3) ............................................................ 10
Location (4.1) ........................................................ 16
Lubrication (6.16) .................................................. 34
Maintenance (6) .................................................... 24
Maintenance schedule (6.2) ................................. 24
Name nomenclature (3.2) ..................................... 11
Nameplate (1.7.1 and 3.3) ................................ 9, 13
Noise level (1.9) ...................................................... 9
Nozzle loads (4.5.4) .............................................. 19
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Operating limits (3.5.1) ........................................ 14
Ordering spare parts (6.3.1) ................................ 25
Part assemblies (4.2) ........................................... 16
Parts interchangeability (8.3) ............................... 42
Parts lists (8) ........................................................ 40
Performance (3.5) ................................................ 14
Piping (4.5) ........................................................... 19
Pre-commissioning procedure (5.1)..................... 22
Priming and auxiliary supplies (5.3) ..................... 22
Protection systems (4.7) ...................................... 20
Qualification and training (1.6.2) .............................5
Receipt and unpacking (2.1) ...................................9
Recommended oil lubricants (6.16) ..................... 34
Recommended spares (6.3.3) ............................. 26
Recycling (2.5) ..................................................... 11
Replacement parts (6.3) ...................................... 25
Running the pump (5.5) ....................................... 22
Safety (1.6) .............................................................5
Safety action (1.6.3) .................................................5
Safety labels (1.7.2) ................................................9
Safety markings (1.6.1) ............................................5
Safety warnings (1) .................................................4
Sectional drawing, general (8.1) .......................... 40
Sectional drawing, long couple frame (8.2) ......... 41
Sectional drawings (8) ......................................... 40
Shaft alignment check (4.8) ................................. 21
Sources (10.3) ..................................................... 43
Spare parts (6.3) .................................................. 25
Specific machine performance (1.8) .......................9
Starting the pump (5.4) ........................................ 22
Stilt mounted baseplate (4.3.3.1) ......................... 17
Stop/start frequency (5.5.2) ................................. 23
Stopping and shutdown (5.6) ............................... 23
Storage (2.4) ........................................................ 11
Storage of spares (6.3.2) ..................................... 26
Supplementary user instructions (10.1) ............... 43
Thermal expansion (4.8.2) ................................... 21
ThermicSense (4.7.1.3) ....................................... 21
Tools required (6.4) .............................................. 26
Transport and storage (2) .......................................9
Troubleshooting (7) .............................................. 37
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1.1 General
of technical documents and safety instructions. Where
applicable this document incorporates information
relevant to these Directives and Approvals.
These instructions must always be kept
close to the product's operating location or
directly with the product.
To confirm the Approvals applying and if the product is
CE marked, check the serial number plate markings
and the Certification. (See section 9, Certification.)
Flowserve products are designed, developed and
manufactured with state-of-the-art technologies in
modern facilities. The unit is produced with great
care and commitment to continuous quality control,
utilizing sophisticated quality techniques and safety
requirements.
1.3 Disclaimer
Flowserve is committed to continuous quality
improvement and being at service for any further
information about the product in its installation and
operation or about its support products, repair and
diagnostic services.
Flowserve manufactures products to exacting
International Quality Management System Standards as
certified and audited by external Quality Assurance
organizations. Genuine parts and accessories have
been designed, tested and incorporated into the
products to help ensure their continued product quality
and performance in use. As Flowserve cannot test
parts and accessories sourced from other vendors the
incorrect incorporation of such parts and accessories
may adversely affect the performance and safety
features of the products. The failure to properly select,
install or use authorized Flowserve parts and
accessories is considered to be misuse. Damage or
failure caused by misuse is not covered by the
Flowserve warranty. In addition, any modification of
Flowserve products or removal of original components
may impair the safety of these products in their use.
1
INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY
These instructions are intended to facilitate
familiarization with the product and its permitted use.
Operating the product in compliance with these
instructions is important to help ensure reliability in
service and avoid risks. The instructions may not
take into account local regulations; ensure such
regulations are observed by all, including those
installing the product. Always coordinate repair
activity with operations personnel, and follow all plant
safety requirements and applicable safety and health
laws and regulations.
These instructions must be read prior to
installing, operating, using and maintaining the
equipment in any region worldwide. The
equipment must not be put into service until all the
conditions relating to safety, noted in the
instructions, have been met. Failure to follow and
apply the present user instructions is considered
to be misuse. Personal injury, product damage,
delay or failure caused by misuse are not covered
by the Flowserve warranty.
1.2 CE marking and approvals
It is a legal requirement that machinery and equipment
put into service within certain regions of the world shall
conform with the applicable CE Marking Directives
covering Machinery and, where applicable, Low Voltage
Equipment, Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC),
Pressure Equipment Directive (PED) and Equipment for
Potentially Explosive Atmospheres (ATEX).
Where applicable, the Directives and any additional
Approvals, cover important safety aspects relating to
machinery and equipment and the satisfactory provision
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Information in these User Instructions is believed to
be complete and reliable. However, in spite of all of
the efforts of Flowserve Corporation to provide
comprehensive instructions, good engineering and
safety practice should always be used.
1.4 Copyright
All rights reserved. No part of these instructions may
be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or
transmitted in any form or by any means without prior
permission of Flowserve.
1.5 Duty conditions
This product has been selected to meet the
specifications of your purchase order. The
acknowledgement of these conditions has been sent
separately to the Purchaser. A copy should be kept
with these instructions.
The product must not be operated beyond
the parameters specified for the application.
If there is any doubt as to the suitability of the
product for the application intended, contact
Flowserve for advice, quoting the serial number.
If the conditions of service on your purchase order are
going to be changed (for example liquid pumped,
temperature or duty) it is requested that the user seeks
the written agreement of Flowserve before start up.
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1.6 Safety
1.6.1 Summary of safety markings
These User Instructions contain specific safety
markings where non-observance of an instruction would
cause hazards. The specific safety markings are:
This symbol indicates electrical safety
instructions where non-compliance will involve a high
risk to personal safety or the loss of life.
This symbol indicates safety instructions where
non-compliance would affect personal safety and could
result in loss of life.
This symbol indicates “hazardous and toxic fluid”
safety instructions where non-compliance would affect
personal safety and could result in loss of life.
This symbol indicates “Pacemaker” safety
instructions where non-compliance would affect
personal safety and could result in loss of life.
This symbol indicates safety
instructions where non-compliance will involve some
risk to safe operation and personal safety and would
damage the equipment or property.
This symbol indicates explosive atmosphere
zone marking according to ATEX. It is used in safety
instructions where non-compliance in the hazardous
area would cause the risk of an explosion.
This symbol is used in safety instructions to
remind not to rub non-metallic surfaces with a dry
cloth; ensure the cloth is damp. It is used in safety
instructions where non-compliance in the hazardous
area would cause the risk of an explosion.
This sign is not a safety symbol but indicates
an important instruction in the assembly process.
1.6.2 Personnel qualification and training
All personnel involved in the operation, installation,
inspection and maintenance of the unit must be
qualified to carry out the work involved. If the personnel
in question do not already possess the necessary
knowledge and skill, appropriate training and instruction
must be provided. If required, the operator may
commission the manufacturer/supplier to provide
applicable training.
Always coordinate repair activity with operations and
health and safety personnel. Follow all plant safety
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requirements and applicable safety and health laws
and regulations.
1.6.3 Safety action
This is a summary of conditions and actions to help
prevent injury to personnel and damage to the
environment and to equipment. For products used
in potentially explosive atmospheres section 1.6.4
also applies.
TB-MAG™ pumps contain extremely strong
permanent neodymium magnets which could affect the
functioning of pacemakers and implanted heart
defibrillators. If you wear these devices keep sufficient
distance to magnets.
Magnets produce a far-reaching, strong
magnetic field. They can damage laptops, computer
hard drives, credit and ATM cards, data storage media,
mechanical watches, hearing aids and speakers. Keep
magnets away from devices and objects that could be
damaged by strong magnetic fields.
NEVER DO MAINTENANCE WORK
WHEN THE UNIT IS CONNECTED TO POWER
FOR LONG-COUPLED CONFIGURATIONS,
COUPLING GUARDS ARE REQIRED AND MUST
NOT BE REMOVED WHILE THE PUMP IS
OPERATIONAL
DRAIN THE PUMP AND ISOLATE PIPEWORK
BEFORE DISMANTLING THE PUMP
The appropriate safety precautions should be taken
where the pumped liquids are hazardous.
NEVER use heat (risk of explosion) to
disassemble any portion of the pump.
When dismantling the pump, always
use Jacking bolts to separate the wet end from the
drive end.
HIGH TEMPERATURES may be present.
Pump surface temperature is directly related to the
temperature of the working fluid. Never operate pump
above the rated temperature of 121°C (250°F).
HANDLING COMPONENTS
Many precision parts have sharp corners and the
wearing of appropriate safety gloves and equipment
is required when handling these components. To lift
heavy pieces above 25 kg (55 lb.) use a crane
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appropriate for the mass and in accordance with
current local regulations.
THERMAL SHOCK
Rapid changes in the temperature of the liquid within
the pump can cause thermal shock, which can result
in damage or breakage of components and should be
avoided.
HOT (and cold) PARTS
If hot or freezing components or auxiliary heating
supplies can present a danger to operators and
persons entering the immediate area action must be
taken to avoid accidental contact. If complete
protection is not possible, the machine access must
be limited to maintenance staff only, with clear visual
warnings and indicators to those entering the
immediate area.
If the temperature is greater than 80 ºC (175 ºF) or
below -5 ºC (23 ºF) in a restricted zone, or exceeds
local regulations, action as above shall be taken.
HAZARDOUS LIQUIDS
When the pump is handling hazardous liquids care
must be taken to avoid exposure to the liquid by
appropriate siting of the pump, limiting personnel
access and by operator training. If the liquid is
flammable and or explosive, strict safety procedures
must be applied.
PREVENT EXCESSIVE EXTERNAL
PIPE LOAD. Do not use pump as a support for piping.
Do not mount expansion joints, unless allowed by
Flowserve in writing, so that their force, due to internal
pressure, acts on the pump flange.
Never loosen flange connection while system is
under pressure.
Always make certain pressure gages,
indicating lights and safety devices are working.
For long-coupled pumps, all bearing
frames are shipped without oil.
START THE PUMP WITH THE
DISCHARGE VALVE PARTLY OPENED (Unless
otherwise instructed at a specific point in the User
Instructions.) This is recommended to minimize the risk
of overloading and damaging the pump or motor at full
or zero flow. Pumps may be started with the valve
further open only on installations where this situation
cannot occur. The pump outlet control valve may need
to be adjusted to comply with the duty following the runup process. (See section 5, Commissioning start-up,
operation and shutdown.)
SUCTION VALVES TO BE FULLY OPEN WHEN
PUMP IS RUNNING
Running the pump at zero flow or below the
recommended minimum flow continuously will cause
damage to the pump. Never operate this pump with the
suction and / or discharge valve closed as this may lead
to high surface temperatures.
The direction of rotation is clockwise
when viewed from the motor end. Rotation of the motor
must be checked prior to starting the pump according to
section 5.2.
DO NOT RUN THE PUMP AT
ABNORMALLY HIGH OR LOW FLOW RATES
Operating at a flow rate higher than normal or at a flow
rate with no back pressure on the pump may overload
the motor and cause cavitation. Low flow rates may
cause a reduction in pump/bearing life, overheating of
the pump, instability and cavitation/vibration.
NEVER EXCEED THE MAXIMUM
DESIGN PRESSURE (MDP) AT THE TEMPERATURE
SHOWN ON THE PUMP NAMEPLATE AND
INCLUDED IN SECTION 3.5.2.
ALWAYS know the EMERGENCY STOP location
for the pump.
Driver may overload and de-couple if
pumpage specific gravity is greater than originally
assumed. Prolonged running while de-coupled will
damage driver and impeller magnets.
NEVER RUN THE PUMP DRY. Use
diamond-like-coated (DLC) parts for additional
protection from dry running. DLC does not guarantee
protection from dry running.
Decoupling the pump may lead to increased
surface temperatures.
Never start this pump without proper prime
(casing must be full of liquid).
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Never change conditions of service
without approval of authorized Flowserve distributor.
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Excessive amounts of dust collected on the
pump housing may lead to an increase in surface
temperature, possibly exceeding temperature limits.
May require regular cleaning.
Always have this service manual available during any
installation or maintenance.
1.6.4 Products used in potentially explosive
atmospheres
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



Measures are required to:
Avoid excess temperature
Prevent build up of explosive mixtures
Prevent the generation of sparks
Prevent leakages
Maintain the pump to avoid hazard
1.6.4.2 Marking
An example of ATEX equipment marking is shown
below. The actual classification of the pump will be
engraved on the nameplate.
II 2 GD c IIC 135 ºC (T4)
Equipment Group
I = Mining
II = Non-mining
Category
2 or M2 = high level protection
3 = normal level of protection
Gas and/or dust
G = Gas
D = Dust
c = Constructional safety
(in accordance with EN13463-5)
The following instructions for pumps and pump units
when installed in potentially explosive atmospheres
must be followed to help ensure explosion protection.
For ATEX, both electrical and non-electrical equipment
must meet the requirements of European Directive
2014/34/EU (previously 94/9/EC which remains valid
th
until April 20 2016 during the transition). Always
observe the regional legal Ex requirements eg Ex
electrical items outside the EU may be required certified
to other than ATEX eg IECEx, UL.
Gas Group
IIA – Propane (typical)
IIB – Ethylene (typical)
IIC – Hydrogen (typical)
1.6.4.1
ENSURE THE EQUIPMENT TEMPERATURE
CLASS IS SUITABLE FOR THE HAZARD ZONE
Scope of compliance
Use equipment only in the zone for which it is
appropriate. Always check that the driver and pump
equipment are suitably rated and/or certified for the
classification of the specific atmosphere in which they
are to be installed.
Where Flowserve has supplied only the bare shaft
pump, the Ex rating applies only to the pump. The
party responsible for assembling the ATEX pump set
shall select the coupling, driver and any additional
equipment, with the necessary CE Certificate/
Declaration of Conformity establishing it is suitable for
the area in which it is to be installed.
The output from a variable frequency drive (VFD) can
cause additional heating effects in the motor and so,
for pumps sets with a VFD, the ATEX Certification for
the motor must state that it is covers the situation
where electrical supply is from the VFD. This
particular requirement still applies even if the VFD is
in a safe area.
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Maximum surface temperature (Temperature Class)
(see section 1.6.4.3.)
1.6.4.3 Avoiding excessive surface
temperatures
Pumps have a temperature class as stated in the
ATEX Ex rating on the nameplate. These are based
on a maximum ambient of 40 ºC (104 ºF); refer to
Flowserve for higher ambient temperatures.
The surface temperature on the pump is influenced
by the temperature of the liquid handled. The
maximum permissible liquid temperature depends on
the ATEX temperature class and must not exceed the
values in the table that follows.
Maximum permitted liquid temperature for pumps
Temperature class
to EN13463-1
T6
T5
T4
T3
T2
T1
Maximum surface
temperature permitted
85 °C (185 °F)
100 °C (212 °F)
135 °C (275 °F)
200 °C (392 °F)
300 °C (572 °F)
450 °C (842 °F)
Temperature limit of
liquid handled
65 °C (149 °F) *
80 °C (176 °F) *
115 °C (239 °F) *
180 °C (356 °F) *
275 °C (527 °F) *
400 °C (752 °F) *
* The table only takes the ATEX temperature class into consideration. Pump
design or material, as well as component design or material, may further
limit the maximum working temperature of the liquid.
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The temperature rise at the bearings and due to the
minimum permitted flow rate is taken into account in
the temperatures stated.
The operator is responsible to ensure that the
specified maximum liquid temperature is not
exceeded.
Temperature classification “Tx” is used when the liquid
temperature varies and when the pump is required to be
used in differently classified potentially explosive
atmospheres. In this case the user is responsible for
ensuring that the pump surface temperature does not
exceed that permitted in its actual installed location.
Avoid mechanical, hydraulic or electrical overload by
using motor overload trips, temperature monitors
and/or a power monitor and make routine vibration
monitoring checks.
In dirty or dusty environments, make regular checks
and remove dirt from areas around close clearances,
bearing housings and motors.
Where there is any risk of the pump being run against a
closed valve generating high liquid and casing external
surface temperatures fit an external surface
temperature protection device.
1.6.4.4 Preventing the build-up of explosive
mixtures
ENSURE THE PUMP IS PROPERLY FILLED
AND DOES NOT RUN DRY
Ensure the pump and relevant suction and discharge
pipeline system is totally filled with liquid at all times
during the pump operation, so that an explosive
atmosphere is prevented.
If the operation of the system cannot avoid this
condition, fit an appropriate dry run protection device
(for example liquid detection or a power monitor).
To avoid potential hazards from fugitive emissions of
vapor or gas to atmosphere the surrounding area
must be well ventilated.
1.6.4.5
Preventing sparks
To avoid the potential hazard from random
induced current generating a spark, the baseplate
must be properly grounded.
Avoid electrostatic charge: do not rub non-metallic
surfaces with a dry cloth; ensure cloth is damp.
Additional requirement for metallic pumps on
non-metallic baseplates
When metallic components are fitted on a nonmetallic baseplate they must be individually earthed.
If so equipped, to prevent a potential hazard from
mechanical contact, the coupling guard must be nonsparking. For ATEX the coupling must be selected to
comply with European Directive 2014/34/EU
(previously 94/9/EC which remains valid until April
th
20 2016 during the transition). Correct coupling
alignment must be maintained.
1.6.4.6
Preventing leakage
The pump must only be used to handle liquids
for which it has been approved to have the correct
corrosion resistance.
Avoid entrapment of liquid in the pump and associated
piping due to closing of suction and discharge valves,
which could cause dangerous excessive pressures to
occur if there is heat input to the liquid. This can occur if
the pump is stationary or running.
Bursting of liquid containing parts due to freezing
must be avoided by draining or protecting the pump
and ancillary systems.
If leakage of liquid to atmosphere can result in a
hazard, install a liquid detection device or secondary
containment.
1.6.4.7
Maintenance to avoid the hazard
CORRECT MAINTENANCE IS REQUIRED
TO AVOID POTENTIAL HAZARDS WHICH GIVE A
RISK OF EXPLOSION
The responsibility for compliance with maintenance
instructions is with the plant operator.
To avoid potential explosion hazards during
maintenance, the tools, cleaning and painting
materials used must not give rise to sparking or
adversely affect the ambient conditions. Where there
is a risk from such tools or materials, maintenance
must be conducted in a safe area.
It is recommended that a maintenance plan and
schedule is adopted. (See section 6, Maintenance.)
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1.7 Nameplate and safety labels
1.7.1 Nameplate
For details of nameplate, see the Declaration of
Conformity, or separate documentation included with
these User Instructions.
1.7.2
Safety labels
You may have already specified a limiting noise level
when the equipment was ordered, however if no
noise requirements were defined, then attention is
drawn to the following table to give an indication of
equipment noise level so that you can take the
appropriate action in your plant.
Pump noise level is dependent on a number of
operational factors, flow rate, pipework design and
acoustic characteristics of the building, and so the
values given are subject to a 3 dBA tolerance and
cannot be guaranteed.
Similarly the motor noise provided in the table below is
“pump and motor” noise that is typically expected from
standard and high efficiency motors when on load
directly driving the pump. Note that a motor driven by
an inverter may show an increased noise at some
speeds.
If a pump unit only has been purchased for fitting with
your own driver, then the noise levels in the table should
be adjusted for the driver level obtained from the
supplier. Consult Flowserve or a noise specialist if
assistance is required in adjusting the values.
It is recommended that where exposure approaches
the prescribed limit, then site noise measurements
should be made. The values are in sound pressure
level LpA at 1 m (3.3 ft) from the machine, for “free
field conditions over a reflecting plane”.
Typical sound pressure level (Pump and Motor)
LpA at 1 m (3.3 ft.) reference 20 μPa, dBA
1.8 Specific machine performance
For performance parameters see section 1.5, Duty
conditions. Where performance data has been supplied
separately to the purchaser these should be obtained
and retained with these User Instructions.
1.9 Noise level
Attention must be given to the exposure of personnel
to the noise, and local legislation will define when
guidance to personnel on noise limitation is required,
and when noise exposure reduction is mandatory.
This is typically 80 to 85 dBA. The usual approach is
to control the exposure time to the noise or to enclose
the machine to reduce emitted sound.
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Pump Series
3550
rpm
2900
rpm
1750
rpm
1450
rpm
TB-MAG™ A/V/E
75
69
65
60
TB-MAG™ B/W/F
77
70
68
65
TB-MAG™ C/G
80
76
71
65
Notes: (1.) values are for the maximum usable motor size (2.) for
1180 and 960 rpm reduce 1450 rpm values by 2 dBA. For 880 and
720 rpm reduce 1450 rpm values by 3 dBA. (3.) Choosing a fancooled motor will increase noise levels. (4.) Placing valves, orifices,
or flow meters near a pump will increase noise levels inside the
pump.
For estimating sound power level LWA (re 1 pW) then
add 14 dBA to the sound pressure value.
2
TRANSPORT AND STORAGE
2.1 Consignment receipt and unpacking
Immediately after receipt of the equipment it must be
checked against the delivery/shipping documents for
its completeness and that there has been no damage
in transportation. Any shortage and/or damage must
INNOMAG® TB-MAG™ ASME and ISO SEALLESS ENGLISH 26999988 06-14
be reported immediately to Flowserve and must be
received in writing within one month of receipt of the
equipment. Later claims cannot be accepted.
Make sure the completion of the choker hitch on the
discharge nozzle is toward the coupling end of the
pump shaft as shown in Figure 2-1.
Check any crate, boxes or wrappings for any
accessories or spare parts that may be packed
separately with the equipment or attached to side
walls of the box or equipment.
Figure 2-1
Each pump/wet end has a unique serial number.
Check that this number corresponds with that
advised. Always use this number in correspondence
and when ordering spare parts or further accessories.
2.2 Handling
Boxes, crates, pallets or cartons may be unloaded
using fork lift vehicles or slings dependent on their
size and construction.
2.3 Lifting
A crane must be used for all pump sets or
components in excess of 25 kg (55 lb.). Fully trained
personnel must carry out lifting, in accordance with
local regulations. Slings, ropes and other lifting gear
should be positioned where they cannot slip and
where a balanced lift is obtained. The angle between
slings or ropes used for lifting must not exceed 60°.
To avoid distortion, the pump unit
should be lifted as shown.
Pumps and motors often have
integral lifting lugs or eye bolts. These are intended
for use in only lifting the individual piece of
equipment.
Vertical pumps: Place one sling around the pump
discharge nozzle and one around the suction. Run the
slings up through the adaptor lifting lug to keep pump
from tipping when lifted.
2.3.2 Lifting pump, motor and baseplate
assembly
The angle between slings or ropes used for lifting
must not exceed 60°.
Horizontal pumps with motor installed: If the baseplate
has lifting holes cut in the sides at the end (Type D,
Type E bases and Type A when provided) insert lifting
S hooks at the four corners and use slings or chains to
connect to the lifting eye. Do not use slings through the
lifting holes. (Figure 2-2)
For other baseplates, sling around the pump discharge
nozzle, and around the outboard end of the motor frame
using choker hitches pulled tight. The sling should be
positioned so the weight is not carried through the
motor fan housing. (Figure 2-3)
Figure 2-2
Do not use eye bolts or cast-in lifting
lugs to lift pump, motor and baseplate assemblies.
Care must be taken to lift components
or assemblies above the center of gravity to prevent
the unit from flipping.
2.3.1 Bare pump
Horizontal pumps: Sling around the pump discharge
nozzle and around the outboard end of the bearing
housing or adaptor with separate slings. Choker hitches
must be used at both attachment points and pulled tight.
The sling lengths should be adjusted to balance the load
before attaching the lifting hook.
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Figure 2-3
INNOMAG® TB-MAG™ ASME and ISO SEALLESS ENGLISH 26999988 06-14
Vertical pumps with motor installed: Vertical pumps must
use non-footed vertical motors with two eye bolts. Place
one sling around the pump discharge nozzle and one
around the suction. Run the slings up through the eye
bolts on the motor to keep pump from tipping when lifted.
2.4 Storage
Store the pump in a clean, dry
location away from vibration. Leave piping
connection covers in place to keep dirt and other
foreign material out of pump casing.
The pump may be stored as above for up to 6
months. Consult Flowserve for preservative actions
when a longer storage period is needed.
2.5 Recycling and end of product life
Assembled units and their parts are
heavy. Failure to properly lift and support this
equipment can result in serious physical injury and/or
equipment damage. Lift equipment only at the
identified lifting points. Lifting devices such as
eyebolts, slings, and spreaders must be rated,
selected, and used for the entire load being lifted.
Crush hazard. The unit and the components can
be heavy. Use proper lifting methods and wear steeltoed shoes at all times.
Do not attach sling ropes to shaft
ends.
Make sure that the unit cannot roll or
fall over and injure people or damage property.
These pumps use carbon or ceramic silicon carbide
components. Do not drop the pump or subject it to
shock loads as this can damage the internal ceramic
components.
At the end of the service life of the product or its
parts, the relevant materials and parts should be
recycled or disposed of using an environmentally
acceptable method and local requirements. If the
product contains substances that are harmful to the
environment, these should be removed and disposed
of in accordance with current regulations.
Make sure that hazardous substances are
disposed of safely and that the correct personal
protective equipment is used. The safety
specifications must be in accordance with the current
regulations at all times.
3
DESCRIPTION
3.1 Configurations
The TB-MAG™ chemical process pumps are
fluoropolymer lined, magnetically coupled, single
stage, thrust balanced, centrifugal pumps. Pump
options include ASME and ISO horizontal as well as
ASME vertical. The horizontal version of the TBMAG™ pump line conforms to the dimensional
specifications noted in ISO 2858 for ISO pump sizes
and ASME B73.3 for ASME pump sizes although a
few exceptions do exist. Both have centerline
discharge.
3.2 Nomenclature
The pump size will be noted on the nameplate as in
this example: A161311100-AD0. See the following
charts for pump identification codes.
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INNOMAG® TB-MAG™ ASME and ISO SEALLESS ENGLISH 26999988 06-14
TB-MAGTM ANSI-DIMENSIONAL PUMP IDENTIFICATION CODE
Wet End A1 613 1 1 1 0 0 - A D 0 Drive End
Models
Drive Torque Option
(Suctio n x Discharge x No minal Impeller Diameter)
Code
A1
AL/M/N
A3
A4
B1
-
Pump Size
(1.5 x 1 x 6)
(1.5 x 1 x 6) Low Flow
(3 x 1.5 x 6)
(3 x 2 x 6)
(1.5 x 1 x 8)
BL/M/N
B3
B4
B5
B6
C1
C2
C3
CL/M/N
C4
C5
C6
C7
C8
C9
V1
W1
W3
-
(1.5 x 1 x 8) Low Flow
(3 x 2 x 6)
(3 x 1.5 x 8)
(3 x 2 x 6)
(4 x 3 x 6)
(3 x 2 x 8)
(4 x 3 x 8)
(2 x 1 x 10)
(2 x 1 x 10) Low Flow
(3 x 1.5 x 10)
(3 x 2 x 10)
(4 x 3 x 10)
(4 x 3 x 10H)
(6 x 4 x 10H)
(6 x 4 x 8)
(2 x 1.5 x 6) Vertical
(2 x 1.5 x 8) Vertical
(3x2x6) Vertical
STD.
AA
AA
AB
-AA
Drive Torque
0,1
0,1
0,1
0,1
0,1
AA
-A50
A10
-A60
A70
A05
A05
A50
A60
A70
A70
A80
A80
2015/15
2015/17
3020/17
0,1
0,1
0,1
0,1
0,1
0,1
0,1
0,1
0,1
0,1
0,1
0,1,2
0,1,2
0,1,2
0,1,2
0,1
0,1
0,1
Max.
6.65"
6.65"
6.65"
6.65"
8.25"
Min.
4.00"
4.00"
4.00"
4.00"
5.50"
8.25"
7.00"
8.25"
7.00"
7.00"
8.25"
8.25"
10.5"
10.5"
10.5"
10.5"
10.5"
10.5"
10.5"
8.25"
6.65"
8.25"
8.25"
5.50"
5.50"
5.50"
5.50"
5.50"
5.50"
5.50"
5.50"
5.50"
5.50"
5.50"
5.50"
8.00"
8.00"
5.50"
4.00"
5.50"
5.50"
0
1
2
Motor Frame
NEMA C-Face
A 56C
(A Series Only)
B 143/5TC
C 182/4TC
ta
D 213/5TC
ta
E 254/6TC
(M ax. A -Series)
F 254/6 (4 Pole)
$
284/6TSC
(M ax. B -Series)
$
G 324/6TSC
$
H 364/365TSC
tc
J 284/6TC
uc K 324/6TC & 405TSC
IEC B5
M 80
(A Series Only)
N 90S/L
P 100L/112M
ta
R 132S/M
(M ax. A -Series)
$
S 160M
Impeller Diameter
Bearing System
$
1
2
uc
T
U
V
W
-
160M/L
180M/L
200L
225S/M
uc
uc
Y
Z
-
250M
280S
$
tc
tc
† 6.125 inches, (example: 665 = 6.65")
† Impeller trim for ANSI models must be specified in inches.
S
Standard Torque
High Torque ($)
Ultra High Torque ($$)
Ultra High Torque is for "K,W" Motor Frame!
Note: Drive Torque - availible drives per pump size.
Bushing
- SiC
- SiC+DLC
-
Shaft, Pump
SiC
SiC
(M ax. B -Series)
ta-A-Series Optional High Torque Drives $
tc-B/C-Series Optional High Torque Drives $
uc- Optional Ultra High Torque Drive $$
Wear Rings/Thrust Collar System
1
2
$
3
C9 5
C$ 7
C$ 8
C$ 9
C9$ B
S
-
Impeller Wear Rings
Cont. Shell Wear Ring
Casing Wear Ring Thrust Collar
SiC
SiC
SiC
CF-PTFE
SiC
SiC
SiC
CF-PTFE
SiC
SiC
SiC
SiC
SiC+DLC
SiC+DLC
SiC+DLC
SiC+DLC
SiC
CF-PTFE
SiC
None
SiC+DLC
CF-PTFE
SiC+DLC
None
Product Group
CF-PTFE
SiC
SiC
SiC
CF-PTFE
SiC
SiC
SiC
A
B
C
V
W
LC $$ L
SS $$$ S
-
TB-MAGTM A
TB-MAGTM B
TB-MAGTM C
TB-MAGTM V
TB-MAGTM W
Long Coupled B/C
Secondary Seal Unit B/C
LC-Standard Long Coupled Bearing Frame for
TB-MAGT M Models B1-C9, $$ Adder
Gasket
S
1
2
3
(All Gaskets are 0.210" square cross section)
SS-Long Coupled Bearing Frame equipped w ith
- FEP/FKM (Fluorocarbon)
- FKM (Fluorocarbon)
- EPDM (Ethylene Propylene)
Patented Secondary Sealing System for
TB-MAGT M Models B1-C9, $$$ Adder
Material Guide
Flanges
S
0
1
2
3
-
CF - Carbon Fiber
D.I. - Ductile Iron
ETFE - Ethylene-tetrafluoroethylene
PTFE - Polytetrafluoroethylene
SiC - Silicon Carbide (Ceramic)
(All Pumps Are ANSI-Dimensional, all flanges are ANSI 300# castings w ith various bolt patterns)
ANSI (Class 150) Flanges
ANSI (Class 300) Flanges
ISO/DIN (PN16) Flanges
JIS (10 kg/cm2) Flanges
Option 2 (Construction)
0
1
C$ 4
C$ 5
C$ 6
S
-
Impeller
Body
Casing
Casting/Lining
Casing
Drain
Retaining
Rings
Containment Shell
Lining/Composite
CF-ETFE
CF-ETFE
CF-ETFE
CF-ETFE
CF-ETFE
D.I./ETFE
D.I./ETFE
D.I./ETFE
D.I./ETFE
316SS Unlined
Yes
No
Yes
No
No
CF-ETFE
CF-ETFE
CF-ETFE
CF-ETFE
CF-ETFE
CF-ETFE/Aramid
CF-ETFE/Aramid
CF-ETFE/Aramid
CF-ETFE/Aramid
CF-ETFE/Aramid
Impeller
Torque
Standard
Standard
Ultra
Ultra
Standard
S
C
C9
t
u
$
Standard Material/Options
Consult Factory for Availability
C9 Model Only
High Torque Option
Ultra High Torque Option
Price Adder
Rev. Date 4/17/2014
Not an exhaustive list. Available options subject to change without notice. Consult factory for availability and pricing.
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INNOMAG® TB-MAG™ ASME and ISO SEALLESS ENGLISH 26999988 06-14
TB-MAGTM ISO-DIMENTIONAL PUMP IDENTIFICATION CODE
Wet End E1 165 1 1 1 2 0 - E N 0 Drive End
Models
Pump Size
(50 x 32 x 160mm)
(65 x 50 x 160mm)
(50 x 32 x 200mm)
(65 x 40 x 200mm)
Drive Torque
0,1
0,1
0,1
0,1
G2 -
(100 x 65 x 200mm)
0,1
Drive Torque Option
Impeller Dia. (mm)
Max.
Min.
169
102
169
102
210
140
210
140
(Suctio n x Discharge x No minal Impeller Diameter)
Code
E1 E3 F1 F4 -
210
0
1
2
-
Standard Torque
High Torque
Ultra High Torque
Ultra High Torque is for "K,W" Motor Frame Only!
Motor Frame
140
NEMA C-Face
Impeller Diameter
† 165
mm, (i.e. - 165, 140)
† Impeller trim for ISO models must be specified in mm.
ta
Bearing System
S
1
C$ 2
-
ta
Bushing
SiC
SiC+DLC
Shaft, Pump
SiC
SiC+DLC
$
$
1
2
3
C$ 7
C$ 8
C$ 9
-
S
1
2
3
-
Case Wear RingCase Thrust Collar
SiC
SiC
SiC
SiC
SiC
SiC
SiC
CF-PTFE
SiC
SiC+DLC
CF-PTFE
SiC+DLC
2
3
0
-
E
F
-
254/6TC
254/6 (4 Pole)
284/6TSC
324/6TSC
364/365TSC
(M ax. A -Series)
G H -
SiC
SiC
SiC
SiC+DLC
SiC+DLC
SiC+DLC
CF-PTFE
SiC
SiC
CF-PTFE
SiC+DLC
SiC+DLC
-
284/6TC
324/6TC & 405TSC
-
80
90S/L
100L/112M
132S/M
160M
160M/L
U
V
W
Y
Z
-
180M/L
200L
225S/M
250M
280S
tc
FEP/FKM (Fluorocarbon)
FKM (Fluorocarbon)
EPDM (Ethylene Propylene)
(M ax. B -Series)
J
K
IEC B5
M
N
P
ta
R
$
S
$
T
tc
uc
uc
uc
S
(A Series Only)
uc
(All Gaskets are 0.210" square cross section)
Flanges
56C
143/5TC
182/4TC
213/5TC
tc
Imp. Wear Ring Cont. Shell Wear Ring
Gasket
-
$
Wear Rings/Thrust Collar System
S
A
B
C
D
(A Series Only)
(M ax. A -Series)
(M ax. B -Series)
ta-A-Series Optional High Torque Drives $
(All Pumps Are ISO Dimensional, all flanges are ISO PN16 castings w ith various bolt patterns)
ISO/DIN (PN16) Flanges
JIS (10 kg/cm2) Flanges
ANSI (Class 150) Flanges
tc-B/C-Series Optional High Torque Drives $
uc- Optional Ultra High Torque Drive $$
Product Group
Construction
Retaining Containment Shell
Rings
Lining/Composite
Yes
CF-ETFE CF-ETFE/Aramid
No
CF-ETFE CF-ETFE/Aramid
Yes
CF-ETFE CF-ETFE/Aramid
No
CF-ETFE CF-ETFE/Aramid
Material Guide
CF - Carbon Fiber
D.I. - Ductile Iron
ETFE - Ethylene-tetrafluoroethylene
PTFE - Polytetrafluoroethylene
SiC - Silicon Carbide (Ceramic)
Impeller
Casing
Casing
Body
Casting/Lining
Drain
0
- CF-ETFE D.I./ETFE
1
- CF-ETFE D.I./ETFE
C$ 4
- CF-ETFE D.I./ETFE
C$ 5
- CF-ETFE D.I./ETFE
S - Standard Material/Options
C - Consult Factory for Availability
$ - Price Adder
S
Impeller
Torque
Standard
Standard
Ultra
Ultra
E
-
TB-MAGTM E
F
G
LC $$ L
SS $$$ S
-
TB-MAGTM F
TB-MAGTM G
Long Coupled F/G
Secondary Seal Unit F/G
LC-Standard Long Coupled Bearing Frame for
TM
TB-MAG Models F1-G2, $$ Adder
SS-Long Coupled Bearing Frame equipped with
Patented Secondary Sealing System for
TB-MAGTM Models F1-G2, $$$ Adder
(ANSI DIMENSIONAL BEARING FRAME ONLY)
Rev. Date 4/17/2014
Not an exhaustive list. Available options subject to change without notice. Consult factory for availability and pricing.
3.3 Nameplate
Every TB-MAG™ sealless pump unit has a
nameplate to provide information on your pump.
The nameplates are located on the side of each
casing. It is recommended that the purchaser
record the serial number and use it for reference
when requesting information, service, or parts from
your supplier.
Permanent records for this pump are kept by the
serial number and it, therefore, must be used with
all correspondence and spare parts orders. Tag
includes the following:





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Pump Model Number: Example – A1
Pump Code: Example – A161311100-AD0
Serial Number: Example – 44000
Impeller Diameter / Max Impeller Diameter
(in. or mm.)
3
Duty Point (Flow/TDH)(gpm / ft. or m /hr /
m)
INNOMAG® TB-MAG™ ASME and ISO SEALLESS ENGLISH 26999988 06-14






Process Liquid Specific Gravity and
Temperature (°F or °C)
Pump RPM / Pump power (HP or kW) @
Duty Point
Design Pressure (psig or barg) @ 38°C
(100 °F)
Customer Pump Tag #
Process Liquid Being Pumped
CE Marking: Flowserve Innomag® pumps
are certified to European Directive
2014/34/EU (previously 94/9/EC which
th
remains valid until April 20 2016 during
the transition). The certification level is:
Group II, Category 2, Gas, T4 121 ° C
The typical nomenclature above is the general
guide to the TB-MAG™ configuration description.
Identify the actual pump size and serial number
from the pump nameplate. Check that this agrees
with the applicable certification provided.
3.4 Design of major parts
3.4.1 Pump casing
Ductile iron armor with bonded ETFE lining.
The horizontal version of the TB-MAG™ pump
casing is designed with a horizontal centerline end
inlet and a vertical centerline top outlet that makes
it self-venting.
For ease of maintenance, the pump is constructed
so that pipe connectors do not have to be disturbed
when internal maintenance is required (back pull
out).
3.4.2 Impeller
Integrally molded one-piece impeller / inner rotor.
The impeller is fully shrouded (closed) with fully open
suction, and the inner rotor is fitted with Neodymium
Iron Boron (NdFeB) magnets.
3.4.3 Wetted Bearings System
The standard material for the bearings and shaft is
alpha sintered silicon carbide (SiC). The system is
comprised of a shaft which is cantilever mounted
into the containment shell and rotating bushing(s)
mounted in the impeller. Thrust bearings are not
required due to thrust balance design.
3.4.4 Containment Ring
One-piece ductile iron part aligns and supports the
containment shell to establish the pressure
boundary of the pump. Allows servicing of the
motor without opening the liquid end of the pump.
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3.4.5 Outer Magnet Assembly
One-piece ductile iron housing fitted with
Neodymium Iron Boron (NdFeB) magnets. One
common outer rotor for each motor frame and a
visual alignment groove allows for ease of axial
alignment.
3.4.6 Containment Shell and O-Ring
The containment shell is comprised of an aramid
fiber composite outer housing and an ETFE liner.
The shell includes a fully confined O-ring groove
which establishes the gasket interface with the
casing.
3.4.7 Adapter
Mates pump to motor in close-coupled
arrangements. Design allows the use of multiple
motor sizes with one adapter.
3.4.8 Driver
The driver is normally an electric motor. Different
drive configurations may be fitted such as internal
combustion engines, turbines, hydraulic motors, and
driving via couplings, belts, gearboxes, drive shafts,
etc.
3.4.9 Accessories
Accessories may be fitted when specified by the
customer
3.5 Performance and operating limits
This product has been selected to meet the
specifications of the purchase order. See Section
1.5.
The following data is included as additional
information to help with your installation. It is
typical, and factors such as temperature and
materials may influence this data. If required, a
definitive statement for your particular application
can be obtained from Flowserve.
3.5.1 Operating limits
Normal maximum ambient temperature:
+40 ºC (104 ºF).
Normal minimum ambient temperature:
-20 ºC (-4 ºF).
Maximum pump speed: refer to the nameplate.
3.5.2 Pressure-Temperature Rating
The pump pressure and temperature limits are
included in the Figure 3-1. PN 16 flanges are
standard for ISO models while Class 150 flanges
are standard for ASME models. Find the maximum
allowable pressure for the supplied pump, given the
flange drilling pattern and operating temperature.
INNOMAG® TB-MAG™ ASME and ISO SEALLESS ENGLISH 26999988 06-14
The maximum discharge pressure must be
less than or equal to the P-T rating. Discharge
pressure may be approximated by adding the
suction pressure to the differential pressure
developed by the pump.
Figure 3-1
Temperature - °C (°F)
-29
-18
38
93
121
(-20)
(0)
(100) (200) (250)
Pressure - barg (psig)
ASME
B16.42
Class
150
ASME
B16.42
Class
300
EN
1092-2
(ISO)
PN 16
JIS
B2239
10K
17.2
(250)
17.2
(250)
17.2
(250)
16.2
(235)
15.5
(225)
20.7
(300)
20.7
(300)
20.7
(300)
20.7
(300)
20.7
(300)
16
(232)
16
(232)
16
(232)
16
(232)
16
(232)
14
(203)
14
(203)
14
(203)
14
(203)
14
(203)
3.5.3 Energy Efficiency Operation of Pumps
The pump supplied will have been selected from
Flowserve’s extensive product line to have
optimum efficiency for the application. If supplied
with an electric motor then the motor will meet or
exceed current legislation for motor efficiency.
However it is the way the pump is operated which
has the greatest impact on the amount and cost of
energy used during the operating life of the pump.
The following are key points in achieving minimum
operating cost for the equipment:
a) Design the pipe system for minimum friction
losses
b) Ensure that the control system switches off the
pump when not required
c) In a multi-pump system run the minimum
number of pumps
d) Try to avoid systems which by-pass excess
flow
e) Avoid as far as possible controlling pump flow
by throttle valves
f) When commissioned, check that the pump
operates at the duty specified to Flowserve
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g) If it has been found that the pump head and
flow exceed that required, trim the pump
impeller diameter
h) Ensure that the pump is operating with
sufficient NPSH available.
i) Use variable speed drives for systems which
require variable flow. A VFD for an induction
motor is a particularly effective way of
achieving speed variation and energy/cost
reduction
j) Notes for VFD usage
a) make sure that the motor is compatible
with VFD
b) Do not over-speed the pump without
checking the power capability with
Flowserve
c) On systems with high static head,
speed reduction is limited. Avoid
running the pump at a speed which
gives low or zero flow
d) Do not run at a low speed and flow rate
which lets solid settle out of
suspension in the pipe work
e) Do not use a VFD for a fixed flow
requirement; it will introduce power
losses
k) Select high efficiency motors
l) If replacing a standard motor with a high
efficiency motor it will run faster and the pump
could take more power. Reduce the impeller
diameter to achieve energy reduction
m) If the pump system pipe work or equipment is
changed or process duty is changed, check
that the pump is still correctly sized
n) Periodically check that the pipe system has
not become corroded or blocked
o) Periodically check that the pump is operating
at the flow, head and power expected and that
the efficiency has not reduced with erosion or
corrosion damage.
4
INSTALLATION
Equipment operated in hazardous locations
must comply with the relevant explosion protection
regulations. See section 1.6.4, Products used in
potentially explosive atmospheres.
INNOMAG® TB-MAG™ ASME and ISO SEALLESS ENGLISH 26999988 06-14
4.1 Location
Figure 4-1
The pump should be located to allow room for
access, ventilation, maintenance and inspection with
ample headroom for lifting and should be as close as
practicable to the supply of liquid to be pumped.
Refer to the general arrangement drawing for the
pump set.
4.2 Part assemblies
The supply of motors and baseplates are optional.
As a result, it is the responsibility of the installer to
ensure that the motor is assembled to the pump
and aligned (if necessary) as detailed in section 4.5
and 4.8.
4.3 Foundation
A pump should be located near the
supply of liquid and have adequate space for
operation, maintenance, and inspection. Baseplate
mounted pumps are normally placed on a concrete
foundation, which has been poured on a solid
footing. The foundation must be able to absorb any
vibration and to form a permanent, rigid support for
the pumping unit.
a) Prepare site - Inspect foundation for dirt, oil,
chips, water, etc. and remove any
contaminants.
b) Install mounting bolts using hole pattern
determined by baseplate size. Sleeve-type and
J-type bolts are commonly used to allow
movement for final bolt adjustment. Follow best
company standards and practices.
c) If not supplied, guarding shall be fitted as
necessary to meet the requirements of ISO
12100 and EN953.
4.3.1 Protection of openings and threads
When the pump is shipped, all openings are
covered. This protection/covering should not be
removed until installation. If, for any reason, the
pump is removed from service, this protection
should be reinstalled.
4.3.2 Rigid baseplates - overview
The function of a baseplate is to provide a rigid
foundation under a pump and its driver that
maintains alignment between the two. Baseplates
may be generally classified into two types:
 Foundation-mounted, grouted design (Figure 4-1)
 Stilt mounted, or free standing. (Figure 4-2.)
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Figure 4-2
Baseplates intended for grouted installation are
designed to use the grout as a stiffening member.
Stilt mounted baseplates, on the other hand, are
designed to provide their own rigidity. Therefore
the designs of the two baseplates are usually
different.
Regardless of the type of baseplate used, it must
provide certain functions that ensure a reliable
installation. Three of these requirements are:
 The baseplate must provide sufficient rigidity to
assure the assembly can be transported and
installed, given reasonable care in handling,
without damage. It must also be rigid enough
when properly installed to resist operating
loads.
 The baseplate must provide a reasonably flat
mounting surface for the pump and driver.
Uneven surfaces will result in a soft-foot
condition that may make alignment difficult or
impossible for long couple pumps. Experience
indicates that a baseplate with a top surface
flatness of 1.25 mm/m (0.015 in./ft) across the
diagonal corners of the baseplate provides
such a mounting surface. Therefore, this is the
tolerance to which we supply our standard
baseplate. Some users may desire an even
flatter surface, which can facilitate installation
and alignment. Flowserve will supply flatter
baseplates upon request at extra cost. For
example, mounting surface flatness of 0.17
mm/m (0.002 in./ft) is offered on the Flowserve
Type E “Ten Point” baseplate in Figure 4-1.
 The baseplate must be designed to allow the
user to final field align the pump and driver to
within their own particular standards and to
compensate for any pump or driver movement
that occurred during handling. Normal industry
practice is to achieve final alignment by moving
the motor to match the pump. Flowserve
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practice is to confirm in our shop that the pump
assembly can be accurately aligned. Before
shipment, the factory verifies that there is
enough horizontal movement capability at the
motor to obtain a “perfect” final alignment when
the installer puts the baseplate assembly into
its original, top levelled, unstressed condition.
4.3.3 Stilt and spring mounted baseplates
Flowserve offers stilt and spring mounted
baseplates. (See Figure 4-2 for stilt mounted
option.) The low vibration levels of TB-MAG™
pumps allow the use of these baseplates - provided
they are of a rigid design. The baseplate is set on
a flat surface with no tie down bolts or other means
of anchoring it to the floor.
General instructions for assembling these
baseplates are given below. For dimensional
information, please refer to the appropriate
Flowserve “Sales print.”
4.3.3.1 Stilt mounted baseplate assembly
instructions
Refer to Figure 4-3.
a) Raise or block up baseplate/pump above the
floor to allow for the assembly of the stilts.
b) Predetermine or measure the approximate
desired height for the baseplate above the
floor.
c) Set the bottom nuts [2] above the stilt bolt
head [1] to the desired height.
d) Assemble lock washer [3] down over the stilt
bolt.
e) Assemble the stilt bolt up through hole in the
bottom plate and hold in place.
f)
Assemble the lock washer [3] and nut [2] on
the stilt bolt. Tighten the nut down on the lock
washer.
g) After all four stilts have been assembled,
position the baseplate in place, over the floor
cups [4] under each stilt location, and lower
the baseplate to the floor.
h) Level and make final height adjustments to the
suction and discharge pipe by first loosening
the top nuts and turning the bottom nuts to
raise or lower the baseplate.
i)
Tighten the top and bottom nuts at the lock
washer [3] first then tighten the other nuts.
j)
It should be noted that the connecting
pipelines must be individually supported, and
that the stilt mounted baseplate is not intended
to support total static pipe load.
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Figure 4-3
4.3.3.2 Stilt/spring mounted baseplate
assembly instructions
Refer to Figure 4-4.
a) Raise or block up baseplate/pump above the
floor to allow for the assembly of the stilts.
b) Set the bottom nuts [4] above the stilt bolt head
[1]. This allows for 51 mm (2 in.) upward
movement for the final height adjustment of the
suction/discharge flange.
c) Assemble the lock washer [6] flat washer [5]
and bottom spring/cup assembly [2] down over
the stilt bolt [1].
d) Assemble the stilt bolt/bottom spring up
through hole in the bottom plate and hold in
place.
e) Assemble top spring/cup assembly [3] down
over stilt bolt.
f)
Assemble flat washer [5], lock washer [6] and
nuts [4] on the stilt bolt.
g) Tighten down top nuts, compressing the top
spring approximately 13 mm (0.5 in.).
Additional compression may be required to
stabilize the baseplate.
h) After all four stilts have been assembled,
position the baseplate in place, over the floor
cups [7] under each stilt location, and lower
the baseplate down to the floor.
i)
Level and make final height adjustments to the
suction and discharge pipe by first loosening
the top nuts, and turning the bottom nuts to
raise or lower the baseplate.
j)
Recompress the top spring to the compression
established in step g, and lock the nuts in
place.
k) It should be noted that the connecting
pipelines must be individually supported, and
that the spring mounted baseplate is not
intended to support total static pipe loads.
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Figure 4-4
4.4 Grouting
Where applicable, grout in the foundation bolts.
Foundation bolts should only be fully tightened
when the grout has cured.
After adding pipework connections and rechecking
the coupling alignment, the baseplate should then be
grouted in accordance with good engineering
practice. Fabricated steel, folded steel and cast iron
baseplates can be filled with grout. Polycrete
baseplates cannot be grouted in the same way, see
their User Instructions 71569284 (E) for installation
and use. If in any doubt, please contact your nearest
service center for advice.
4.3.3.3 Stilt/spring mounted baseplates motor alignment (Long-Couple pumps only)
The procedure for motor alignment on stilt or spring
mounted baseplates is similar to grouted
baseplates. The difference is primarily in the way
the baseplate is levelled.
a) Level the baseplate by using the stilt
adjusters. (Shims are not needed as with
grouted baseplates.)
b) After the base is level, it is locked in place by
locking the stilt adjusters.
c) Next the initial pump alignment must be
checked. The vertical height adjustment
provided by the stilts allows the possibility of
slightly twisting the baseplate. If there has
been no transit damage or twisting of the
baseplate during stilt height adjustment, the
pump and driver should be within 0.38 mm
(0.015 in.) parallel, and 0.0025 mm/mm
(0.0025 in./in.) angular alignment. If this is not
the case, check to see if the driver mounting
fasteners are centered in the driver feet holes.
d) If the fasteners are not centered there was
likely shipping damage. Re-center the
fasteners and perform a preliminary alignment
to the above tolerances by shimming under
the motor for vertical alignment, and by
moving the pump for horizontal alignment.
e) If the fasteners are centered, then the
baseplate may be twisted. Slightly adjust (one
turn of the adjusting nut) the stilts at the driver
end of the baseplate and check for alignment
to the above tolerances. Repeat as necessary
while maintaining a level condition as
measured from the pump discharge flange.
f)
Lock the stilt adjusters.
The remaining steps are as listed for new grouted
baseplates.
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Grouting provides solid contact between the pump
unit and foundation and prevents lateral movement of
vibrating equipment and dampens resonant
vibrations.
4.4.1
Baseplate Inspection
a) Completely clean the underside of baseplate.
b) Inspect for any damage that would impede proper
installation or future use of the baseplate.
c) Confirm baseplate hole pattern for proper
mounting bolt installation.
d) Lower the baseplate carefully onto mounting
bolts. Caution: Must adhere to proper transport
and lifting procedures.
e) Level the baseplate using shims and/or wedges.
Use machinist’s levels to maintain a flat and level
surface.
f) Max difference across length 3.2 mm (0.125 in.)
g) Max difference across width 1.5 mm (0.059 in.)
h) Secure baseplate using mounting bolts to prevent
unwanted movement during operation. Torque
bolts to appropriate company standards and
practices.
i) Perform final inspection to verify that baseplate is
securely mounted, level, and ready to be used.
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4.5 Piping
Protective covers are fitted to both
the suction and discharge flanges of the casing and
must be removed prior to connecting the pump to any
pipes.
4.5.1
Suction and discharge piping
Never use the pump as a support
for piping.
All piping must be independently supported,
accurately aligned and preferably connected to the
pump by a short length of flexible piping. The pump
should not have to support the weight of the pipe or
compensate for misalignment. It should be possible
to install suction and discharge bolts through mating
flanges without pulling or prying either of the flanges.
All piping must be tight. Pumps may air-bind if air is
allowed to leak into the piping. If the pump flange(s)
have tapped holes, select flange fasteners with thread
engagement at least equal to the fastener diameter
but that do not bottom out in the tapped holes before
the joint is tight.
The following is the recommended procedure for
attaching piping to the TB-MAG™ pump (see section
6.5 for torque values)
 Check the surface of both flanges (pump/pipe) to
ensure they are clean, flat, and without defects
 Lubricate the fasteners
 Hand tighten all of the fasteners in a crisscross
pattern
 The fasteners should be torqued in increments –
based a crisscross pattern
 See torque chart in Section 6.5
o The first increment should be 75% of full torque
o The second increment should be at the full
torque
st
o Verify that the torque value of the 1 fastener is
still at the full torque value. Re-torque all
fasteners after 24 hours or after the first
thermal cycle.
 Re-torque all fasteners at least annually
4.5.2 Suction piping
To avoid NPSH and suction problems, suction piping
must be at least as large as the pump suction
connection. Never use pipe or fittings on the suction
that are smaller in diameter than the pump suction
size.
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Figure 4-5 illustrates the ideal piping configuration
with a minimum of 10 pipe diameters between the
source and the pump suction. In most cases,
horizontal reducers should be eccentric and mounted
with the flat side up as shown in Figure 4-6 with a
maximum of one pipe size reduction. Never mount
eccentric reducers with the flat side down.
Horizontally mounted concentric reducers should not
be used if there is any possibility of entrained air in
the process fluid. Vertically mounted concentric
reducers are acceptable. In applications where the
fluid is completely de-aerated and free of any vapour
or suspended solids, concentric reducers are
preferable to eccentric reducers.
Figure 4-5
Figure 4-6
Avoid the use of throttling valves and strainers in the
suction line. Start-up strainers must be removed
shortly before start up. When the pump is installed
below the source of supply, a valve should be
installed in the suction line to isolate the pump and
permit pump inspection and maintenance. However,
never place a valve directly on the suction nozzle of
the pump.
Refer to the Centrifugal Pump IOM Section of the
H.I. Standards for additional recommendations on
suction piping. (See section 10.)
Refer to section 3.4 for performance and operating
limits.
4.5.3 Discharge piping
Install a valve in the discharge line. This valve is
required for regulating flow and/or to isolate the
pump for inspection and maintenance.
When fluid velocity in the pipe is
high, for example, 3 m/s (10 ft/sec) or higher, a
rapidly closing discharge valve can cause a
damaging pressure surge. A dampening
arrangement should be provided in the piping.
4.5.4 Allowable Nozzle Loads
Maximum Forces and moments allowed on pump
flanges vary based on the pump size. When these
forces and moments are minimized, there is a
corresponding reduction in misalignment, hot
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bearings, worn couplings, vibration and possible
failure of the pump casing. The following points
should be strictly followed:
 Prevent excessive external pipe load
 Never draw piping into place by applying force
to pump flange connections
 Do not mount expansion joints so that their
force, due to internal pressure, acts on the pipe
flange
Contact your local Flowserve Sales office,
Distributor, or Representative for further details.
4.5.5
Auxiliary piping
The connections that are to be
piped up will have been fitted with protective metal
or plastic plugs which will need to be removed.
4.5.5.1 Pumps fitted with heating/cooling
jackets
Connect the heating/cooling pipes from the site
supply. The top connection should be used as the
outlet to ensure complete filling/venting of the
annulus with heating/cooling liquids. Inlet for steam
is usually at the top, outlet at the bottom.
4.6 Electrical connections
Electrical connections must be made
by a qualified Electrician in accordance with
relevant local national and international regulations.
It is important to be aware of the EUROPEAN
DIRECTIVE on potentially explosive areas where
compliance with IEC60079-14 is an additional
requirement for making electrical connections.
It is important to be aware of the EUROPEAN
DIRECTIVE on electromagnetic compatibility when
wiring up and installing equipment on site. Attention
must be paid to ensure that the techniques used
during wiring/installation do not increase
electromagnetic emissions or decrease the
electromagnetic immunity of the equipment, wiring or
any connected devices. If in any doubt, contact
Flowserve for advice.
The motor must be wired up in
accordance with the motor manufacturer's
instructions (normally supplied within the terminal
box) including any temperature, earth leakage,
current and other protective devices as appropriate.
The identification nameplate should be checked to
ensure the power supply is appropriate.
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A device to provide emergency stopping must
be fitted. If not supplied pre-wired to the pump unit,
the controller/starter electrical details will also be
supplied within the controller/starter. For electrical
details on pump sets with controllers see the
separate wiring diagram.
See section 5.2, Direction of
rotation before connecting the motor to the
electrical supply.
For close coupled pumps it is
necessary to wire the motor with flexible conduit of
sufficient length to allow the motor/power end
assembly to be moved back from the casing [1100]
for maintenance.
4.7 Protection systems
The following protection systems are
recommended particularly if the pump is installed in
a potentially explosive area or is handling a
hazardous liquid. If in doubt consult Flowserve.
If there is any possibility of the system allowing the
pump to run against a closed valve or below
minimum continuous safe flow a protection device
should be installed to ensure the temperature of the
liquid does not rise to an unsafe level.
If there are any circumstances in which the system
can allow the pump to run dry, or start up empty, a
power monitor should be fitted to stop the pump or
prevent it from being started. This is particularly
relevant if the pump is handling a flammable liquid.
If leakage of product from the pump can cause a
hazard it is recommended that an appropriate
leakage detection system is installed.
To prevent excessive surface temperatures at
bearings it is recommended that temperature or
vibration monitoring is carried out.
4.7.1 Auxiliary equipment – instrumentation
Contact your local Flowserve Sales office,
Distributor, or Representative for more details.
4.7.1.1 Leak detection
An intrinsically-safe, optical leak detection system
is available for TB-MAG™ pumps.
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4.7.1.2 Temperature probe
An optional ThermicSense temperature probe can
be installed on the casing drain to monitor the
internal fluid in the casing [1100].
4.7.1.3 ThermicSense Installation
The ThermicSense thermowell will be packaged
separately for protection during shipping and must
be assembled before use. For wiring refer to the
thermocouple sensor manufacturer’s instructions
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
Verify that rubber gasket / o-ring is secured to
temperature sensor tip.
Insert temperature sensor tip into the
thermowell and hand tighten.
Use a 1/2 in. wrench to fully secure the sensor to
the thermowell.
Do not over-tighten.
Adjust direction of sensor sheathing before
tightening compression fitting.
Ensure sensor tip is fully pressed into
thermowell.
The sensor must be fully inserted to get an
accurate reading.
f)
Hand-tighten the compression fitting.
g) Use a 1/2” wrench to fully tighten the
compression fitting and secure sensor
sheathing.
h)
i)
j)
k)
Do not over tighten the fitting.
Affix the PTFE drain gasket to thermal well.
Insert the completed ThermicSense assembly
into the casing drain and insert bolts (1/2 in.-13
ASME, M12x1.75 ISO) with lock washers.
Tighten bolts evenly to maintain alignment and
torque to 13.5 Nm (10 lbf•ft)
Install wire leads to appropriate temperature
monitor per manufacturer instructions and
guidelines.
4.8 Final Shaft alignment check
4.8.1 Close-coupled pumps
Alignment between the pump shaft and motor shaft
is built in by precise machining of the parts that
position these shafts. Parallel alignment of 0.18
mm (0.007 in.) and angular alignment of 0.002
mm/mm (0.002 in./in.) can be expected.
4.8.2
Long-coupled pumps
The pump and motor will normally
have to be aligned at ambient temperature with an
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allowance for thermal expansion at operating
temperature. In pump installations involving high
liquid temperatures, typically above 100 ºC (212
ºF), the unit should be run at the actual operating
temperature, shut down and the alignment checked
immediately.
a) Level baseplate if appropriate.
b) Mount and level pump if appropriate. Level
the pump by putting a level on the discharge
flange. If not level, adjust the foot piece by
adding or removing shims [3126.1] between
the foot piece and the bearing housing.
c) Check initial alignment. If pump and driver
have been remounted or the specifications
given below are not met, perform an initial
alignment as described in section 4.5. This
ensures there will be sufficient clearance
between the motor hold down bolts and motor
foot holes to move the motor into final
alignment. The pump and driver should be
within 0.38 mm (0.015 in.) FIM (full indicator
movement) parallel, and 0.0025 mm/mm
(0.0025 in./in.) FIM angular.
Stilt mounted baseplates
If initial alignment cannot be achieved with the
motor fasteners centered, the baseplate may
be twisted. Slightly adjust (one turn of the
adjusting nut) the stilts at the driver end of the
baseplate and check for alignment to the above
tolerances. Repeat as necessary while
maintaining a level condition as measured from
the pump discharge flange.
d) Run piping to the suction and discharge to the
pump. There should be no piping loads
transmitted to the pump after connection is
made. Recheck the alignment to verify that
there are no significant changes.
e) Perform final alignment. Check for soft-foot
under the driver. An indicator placed on the
coupling, reading in the vertical direction,
should not indicate more than 0.05 mm (0.002
in.) movement when any driver fastener is
loosened. Align the driver first in the vertical
direction by shimming underneath its feet.
f)
When satisfactory alignment is obtained the
number of shims in the pack should be
minimized. It is recommended that no more
than five shims be used under any foot. Final
horizontal alignment is made by moving the
driver. Maximum pump reliability is obtained by
having near perfect alignment. Flowserve
recommends no more than 0.05 mm (0.002 in.)
parallel, and 0.0005 mm/mm (0.0005 in./in.)
angular misalignment.
g) Operate the pump for at least an hour or until it
reaches final operating temperature. Shut the
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pump down and recheck alignment while the
pump is hot. Piping thermal expansion may
change the alignment. Realign pump as
necessary.
5 COMMISSIONING, START-UP,
OPERATION AND SHUTDOWN
Priming may be carried out with an ejector, vacuum
pump, interceptor or other equipment, or by
flooding from the inlet source.
When in service, pumps using inlet pipes with foot
valves may be primed by passing liquid back from
the outlet pipe through the pump.
5.4 Starting the pump
These operations must be
carried out by fully trained and qualified
personnel.
a)
5.1 Pre-commissioning procedure
Long coupled bearing frames are
shipped without oil. For long coupled pumps, fill
the bearing housing [3200] with correct grade of oil
to the correct level, according to Section 6.15.
5.2 Direction of rotation
Correct rotation is indicated by the
arrow on the casing [1100]. Improper rotation will not
damage the pump however, performance is greatly
reduced. Rotation may be determined by viewing the
motor’s fan.
Do not bump the motor to test
rotation or run the pump without the suction
completely flooded. Dry running can damage the
pump in a matter of seconds if the pump is not
equipped with dry-run bearings.
If maintenance work has been
carried out to the site's electricity supply, the
direction of rotation should be re-checked in case
the supply phasing has been altered.
5.3 Priming and auxiliary supplies
5.3.1
Auxiliary supplies
CLOSE the discharge valve.
Fully open the suction valve. Pump requires a
flooded suction.
b)
Do not operate pump with suction valve
closed. Operating pump more than a few
minutes after suction valve closed may cause
bearing failure.
c) Fully open discharge valve to complete priming.
Turn back the discharge valve until it is 1/4 to 1/2
open. TB-MAG™ pumps operate safely with
discharge valve partially open.
d)
Continuous operation against a closed
discharge valve may cause pump to overheat.
e) Start motor and check the outlet pressure.
f) If the pressure is satisfactory, SLOWLY open
the outlet valve.
g)
Do not run the pump with the
outlet valve closed for a period longer than 10
seconds.
h) If NO pressure, or LOW pressure, STOP the
pump. Refer to section 7, Troubleshooting, for
fault diagnosis.
5.5 Running the pump
Care must be taken when operating pump.
Safety gloves are essential. Loose clothing must
not be worn.
Ensure all electrical, hydraulic,
pneumatic, sealant and lubrication systems (as
applicable) are connected and operational.
External flush or quench should be
started before the pump is run and allowed to flow for
a period after the pump has stopped.
5.3.2
5.5.1 Normal vibration levels, alarm and trip
For guidance, pumps generally fall under a
classification for rigid support machines within the
International rotating machinery standards and the
recommended maximum levels are based on those
standards.
Filling and priming
Ensure inlet pipe and pump casing
[1100] is completely full of liquid before starting
continuous duty operation.
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Alarm and trip values for installed
pumps should be based on the actual
measurements taken on the pump in the fully
commissioned as new condition. Measuring
vibration at regular intervals will then show any
deterioration in pump or system operating
conditions.
Vibration velocity –
unfiltered
Horizontal pumps Horizontal pumps
> 15 kW
 15 kW
mm/s (in./sec) r.m.s.
Normal
N
 3.0 (0.12)
 4.5 (0.18)
Alarm
N x 1.25
 3.8 (0.15)
 5.6 (0.22)
 6.0 (0.24)
 9.0 (0.35)
Shutdown trip N x 2.0
Where a unit is utilized in a vertical shaft
configuration with a duck-foot bend onto the pump
suction, the following apply:
Vibration velocity
– unfiltered
Normal
N
Vertical configurations
mm/s (in./sec) r.m.s.
 7.1 (0.28)
Alarm
N x 1.25
 9.0 (0.35)
Shutdown trip
N x 2.0
 14.2 (0.56)
5.5.2 Stop/start frequency
Pump sets are normally suitable for the number of
equally spaced stop/starts per hour shown in the
table below. Check capability of the driver and
control/starting system before commissioning.
Motor rating kW (hp)
Up to 15 (20)
Between 15 (20) and 90 (120)
Above 90 (120)
Maximum stop/starts
per hour
15
10
6
Where duty and standby pumps are installed it is
recommended that they are run alternately every
week.
5.6 Stopping and shutdown
a)
Close the discharge valve, but
ensure that the pump runs in this condition for
no more than a few seconds.
b) Stop the pump.
c) Switch off flushing and/or cooling/heating liquid
supplies at a time appropriate to the process.
d)
For prolonged shut-downs and
especially when ambient temperatures are likely
to drop below freezing point, the pump and any
cooling and flushing arrangements must be
drained or otherwise protected.
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5.7 Hydraulic, mechanical and
electrical duty
This product has been supplied to meet the
performance specifications of your purchase order,
however it is understood that during the life of the
product these may change. The following notes may
help the user decide how to evaluate the implications
of any change. If in doubt contact your nearest
Flowserve office.
5.7.1 Specific gravity (SG)
Pump capacity and total head in metres (feet) do
not change with SG, however pressure displayed
on a pressure gauge is directly proportional to SG.
Power consumed is also directly proportional to
SG. It is therefore important to check that any
change in SG will not overload the pump driver or
over-pressurize the pump.
5.7.2 Viscosity
For a given flow rate the total head reduces with
increased viscosity and increases with reduced
viscosity. Also for a given flow rate the power
absorbed increases with increased viscosity, and
reduces with reduced viscosity. It is important that
checks are made with your nearest Flowserve
office if changes in viscosity are planned.
5.7.3 Pump speed
Changing pump speed effects flow, total head, power
consumed, NPSHR, noise, and vibration. Flow varies
in direct proportion to pump speed, head varies as
speed ratio squared and power varies as speed ratio
cubed. The new duty, however, will also be
dependent on the system curve. If increasing the
speed, it is important therefore to ensure the
maximum pump working pressure is not exceeded,
the driver is not overloaded, NPSHA > NPSHR, and
that noise and vibration are within local requirements
and regulations.
5.7.4 Net positive suction head (NPSH A)
NPSH available (NPSHA) is a measure of the head
available in the pumped liquid, above its vapour
pressure, at the pump suction branch.
NPSH required (NPSHR) is a measure of the head
required in the pumped liquid, above its vapor
pressure, to prevent the pump from cavitating. It is
important that NPSHA > NPSHR. The margin
between NPSHA > NPSHR should be as large as
possible.
If any change in NPSHA is proposed, ensure these
margins are not significantly eroded. Refer to the
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pump performance curve to determine exact
requirements particularly if flow has changed.
If in doubt please consult your nearest Flowserve
office for advice and details of the minimum
allowable margin for your application.
5.7.5 Pumped flow
Flow must not fall outside the minimum and
maximum continuous safe flow shown on the pump
performance curve and or data sheet.
6
MAINTENANCE
6.1 General
It is the plant operator's responsibility to
ensure that all maintenance, inspection and
assembly work is carried out by authorized and
qualified personnel who have adequately
familiarized themselves with the subject matter by
studying this manual in detail. (See also section
1.6.2.)
Any work on the machine must be performed when
it is at a standstill. It is imperative that the
procedure for shutting down the machine is
followed
On completion of work all guards and safety
devices must be re-installed and made operative
again.
Before restarting the machine, the relevant
instructions listed in Section 5, Commissioning,
start-up, operation and shut down must be
observed.
Oil and grease leaks may make the ground
slippery. Machine maintenance must always
begin and finish by cleaning the ground and the
exterior of the machine.
If platforms, stairs and guard rails are required for
maintenance, they must be placed for easy access
to areas where maintenance and inspection are to
be carried out. The positioning of these
accessories must not limit access or hinder the
lifting of the part to be serviced.
When air or compressed inert gas is used in the
maintenance process, the operator and anyone in
the vicinity must be careful and have the
appropriate protection.
Do not spray air or compressed inert gas on skin.
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Do not direct an air or gas jet towards other people.
Never use air or compressed inert gas to clean
clothes.
Before working on the pump, take measures to
prevent an uncontrolled start. Put a warning tag on
the starting device with the words:
"Machine under repair: do not start".
With electric drive equipment, lock the main switch
open and withdraw any fuses. Put a warning tag
on the fuse box or main switch with the words:
"Machine under repair: do not connect".
Never clean equipment with flammable solvents or
carbon tetrachloride. Protect yourself against toxic
fumes when using cleaning agents.
When operating with CHARGABLE LIQUIDS
with conductivities of <10-8 S/m, inert gases (e.g.
nitrogen) must be used to flush the pump. Before
removal of the pump it is recommended to wait one
hour to allow static peak charges to be eliminated.
ALWAYS make certain that no
toxic or flammable fumes / vapors remain in the
pump casing [1100] or surrounding area.
6.2 Maintenance schedule
It is recommended that a maintenance plan
and schedule is adopted, in line with these User
Instructions, to include the following:
a) Any auxiliary systems installed must be
monitored, if necessary, to ensure they function
correctly.
b) If the pump is long coupled, bearing isolators
and mechanical seals must be adjusted
correctly to prevent leakage. Any fluid leakage
from the pump is unusual.
c) Check for any leaks from gaskets and seals (if
present). Pump is designed to be leak-free, any
leak is abnormal. If a mechanical seal is
present, the correct functioning of the shaft
seal must be checked regularly.
d) If the pump is long coupled, check bearing
lubricant level, and if the hours run shows a
lubricant change is required.
e) Check that the duty condition is in the safe
operating range for the pump.
f) Check vibration, noise level and surface
temperature to confirm satisfactory operation.
g) Check dirt and dust is removed from areas
around close clearances, bearing housings (if
present) and motors.
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h) If long coupled, check coupling alignment and
re-align if necessary.
Our specialist service personnel can help with
preventative maintenance records and provide
condition monitoring for temperature and vibration
to identify the onset of potential problems.
If any problems are found the following sequence
of actions should take place:
a) Refer to section 7, Troubleshooting, for fault
diagnosis.
b) Ensure equipment complies with the
recommendations in this manual.
c) Contact Flowserve if the problem persists.
6.2.1 Preventive Maintenance Guidelines
Different applications call for different preventative
maintenance schedules. Applications that involve
pumping abrasives, or applications that are likely to
precipitate solids should be examined on a regular
basis to ensure that accumulating solids (if any) are
removed. There are many factors that can
necessitate periodic preventative maintenance and
inspection, but for clean, continuously operating
services, preventative maintenance can usually be
done without disassembling the pump. See
recommended spare parts list for more information.
Devices/techniques to help monitor the pump
externally:
a) Install pressure gauges on the suction and
discharge
b) Regularly monitor the process conditions
c) Use the motor’s fan to check for free rotation
d) Use a shaft power monitor to protect the pump as
well as monitor pump performance
e) Check vibration, noise level and surface
temperature to confirm satisfactory operation.
For preventative maintenance schedule
recommendations that are specific to your
application, please contact your authorized local
distributor.
If ABRASIVE SOLIDS are present within the fluid,
additional wear of the pump should be expected.
Intervals between inspections should be shortened
compared to usual times.
6.2.2
Routine inspection (daily/weekly)
The following checks should be
made and the appropriate action taken to remedy
any deviations:
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a) Check operating behaviour. Ensure noise,
vibration and bearing temperatures are normal.
b) Check that there is no abnormal fluid or
lubricant leak from seals (if present) and that
any sealant systems (if fitted) are full and
operating normally.
c) If long coupled, check the level and condition of
oil lubricant.
d) If long coupled, check pump running records
for hourly usage to determine if bearing
lubricant requires changing.
Check any auxiliary supplies eg
heating/cooling (if fitted) are functioning correctly.
Refer to the manuals of any associated
equipment for routine checks needed.
6.2.3
Periodic inspection (six monthly)
a)
Check foundation bolts for
security of attachment and corrosion.
b) If long coupled, check pump running records
for hourly usage to determine if bearing
lubricant requires changing.
c) If long coupled, check the coupling for correct
alignment and worn driving elements.
Refer to the manuals of any associated
equipment for periodic checks needed.
6.3 Spare parts
6.3.1 Ordering of spares
Flowserve keeps records of all pumps that have
been supplied. When ordering spares the following
information should be quoted.
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Pump serial number.
Pump size.
Part name – taken from section 8.
Part number – taken from section 8.
Number of parts required.
The pump size and serial number are shown on the
pump nameplate.
To ensure continued satisfactory operation,
replacement parts to the original design
specification should be obtained from Flowserve.
Any change to the original design specification
(modification or use of a non-standard part) will
invalidate the pump safety certification.
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6.3.2 Storage of spares
Spares should be stored in a clean dry area away
from vibration. Inspection and re-treatment of
metallic surfaces (if necessary) with preservative is
recommended at 6 monthly intervals.
6.3.3 Recommended spares
For two years operation (as per VDMA 24296).
FIN
no.
2200
3500
3041.2,
1500.1,
6810.1
4610
0230
-
Designation
Number of same size pumps
(including stand-by)
2 3 4 5 6/7 8/9 10(+)
Impeller
Assembly
Containment
Shell Assembly
Suction Ring Kit
Gasket / O-ring
Outer Magnet
Assembly
Power end
1
2
20%
1
2
20%
1
2
20%
3
30%
1
2
1
2
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
2
6.4 Tools required
A typical range of tools that will be required to
maintain these pumps is listed below.
6.4.1 Readily available in standard tool kits,
and dependent on pump size:
 9/16, 1/2, 5/8, 3/4, 15/16 in. Wrench & Socket
 17, 19, 24 mm Spanner & Socket
 Allen keys, up to 10 mm across flats
 3/16 in. & 1/4 in. T-Handle Allen Wrench
 Wire Cutter
 Soldering Iron
 Range of screwdrivers
 Soft mallet
 Jackscrew Bolts
o A Series containment ring [3830]: (2) 1/2
in. -13 x 5 in.
o E Series containment ring [3830]: (2) M12 1.75 x 11 cm
o B/C Series containment ring [3830]: (2) 5/8
in.-11 x 5 in.
o F/G Series containment ring [3830]: (2)
M16 - 2 x 11 cm
o A/E Series ASME Adapter [1340]: (2) 1/2
in. -13 x 5 in.
o A/E Series IEC Adapter [1340]: (2) M12 1.75 x 11 cm
o B/C/F/G Series ASME Adapter [1340]: (2)
5/8 in.-11 x 5 in.
o B/C/F/G Series IEC Adapter [1340]: (2)
M16 - 2 x 11 cm
o ASME Outer Magnet [0230]: 1/2 in. - 13 x
4.5 in.
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o





IEC Outer Magnet [0230]: (2) M8 -1.25 x
30 mm, M12 - 1.75 x 100+mm jackscrew
and jackscrew plate (TLG-2042-SI)
Needle Nose Pliers
Arbor Press
Lathe
Caliper
Hobby Knife
6.4.2 Flowserve Innomag® Specialized
Equipment:
 Shaft Removal Tool
a) A/E Series Part # TLG-2017-AA
b) B/C/F/G Series Part # TLG -2018-AA
 Shaft Centering Tool
a) A/E Series Part # TLG-2013-SI
b) B/C/F/G Series Part # TLG-2015-SI
c) C Series (‘H’ Models) Part # TLG-2014-SI
 Bushing Installation / Removal Kit
a) Part # TLG-2016-AA
 Dial test indicator
 Impeller Trimming Sleeve
a) A/E Series Part # TLG-2033-AA
b) B/C/F/G Series Part # TLG-2023-AA
6.5 Fastener torques
Fastener
All except
where
otherwise
stated
Screw size
M8 (5/16in.)
M10 (3/8in.)
M12 (1/2in.)
M16 (5/8in.)
M20 (3/4in.)
Torque Nm (lbf•ft)
16 (12)
25 (18)
35 (26)
80 (59)
130 (96)
Non-metallic gaskets incur creep
relaxation - before commissioning the pump check
and retighten fasteners to tightening torques stated.
6.6 Disassembly
The preventative maintenance and disassembly
procedures are intended for use during standard
field inspection or service. The disassembly can
take place while the pump is piped up or in a
maintenance shop. If at all possible, it is
recommended to perform all repairs using the shop
procedures to reduce the risk of damage to SiC
parts.
Lock out driver power to prevent accidental
start-up that could result in serious personal injury.
Lock out and/or disconnect power.
Shut off all valves controlling flow
to and from the pump. Isolate the pump from the
system and relive any remaining system pressure.
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Refer to Safety section before dismantling the
pump.
Before dismantling the pump for
overhaul, ensure genuine Flowserve Innomag®
replacement parts are available.
Refer to sectional drawings for part numbers and
identification. (See section 8, Parts lists and
drawings.)
When operating with chargeable liquids with
conductivities of <10-8 S/m, inert gases (e.g.
nitrogen) must be used to flush the pump. Before
removal of the pump it is recommended to wait one
hour to allow static peak charges to be eliminated.
Removing the close-coupled motor
requires significant care. The magnetic coupling
between the impeller and outer drive magnets is very
strong. The next step requires the magnetic field to
be broken.
d) Firmly hold the drive end and with smooth,
continuous force, pull it away from the wet end.
Pull the drive end back at least 150 mm (6 in.).
e) Turn the drive end off to the side to allow space
for disassembly of the wet end.
6.6.1.2
Long-Coupled Pumps
Wet end and drive end separation
requires significant care. The magnetic coupling
between the impeller [2200] and outer drive [0230]
magnets is very strong. This process requires the
magnetic field between the outer drive and impeller to
be broken.
a) Remove the metal drain plug [6569.1] below the
sight glass [3856] on the bearing frame [3200] to
drain the oil.
b) Drain the oil into an oil pan and replace the oil
plug [6569.1].
c) Remove the coupling guard and coupling from
the motor and bearing frame shafts.
d) Remove the bolts connecting the motor to the
baseplate.
e) Move the motor aside to allow space for wet
end/bearing frame [1340] separation.
f) Remove the bolts (2) connecting the adapter
foot [3134] to the base.
g) Remove the (4) hex caps screws [6570.1] on
the adapter [1340].
h) Separate the drive end (which includes the
adapter [1340], outer magnet assembly [0230]
and the motor) from the wet end by evenly
tightening the (2) jack bolts (see Section 6.4.1)
through the jack bolt holes in the containment ring
[3830].
i) Firmly hold the bearing frame [3200/1340] and
with smooth, continuous force, pull it away from
the wet end.
j) Place the bearing frame [3200/1340] aside for
disassembly of the wet end.
6.6.1.1
6.6.2
6.6.1
Drive / Wet End Separation
Flowserve Innomag® pumps
contain extremely strong magnets. The use of nonmagnetic tools and work surface is highly
recommended. The work area must be clean and
free of any ferrous particles.
Close-Coupled and Vertical Pumps
a) Remove the bolt connecting the adapter foot
[3134] to the base and any bolts connecting the
motor to the base.
b) Remove the (4) hex caps screws [6570.1] on
the adapter [1340].
c) Separate the drive end (which includes the
adapter [1340], outer magnet assembly [0230]
and the motor) from the wet end by evenly
tightening the (2) jack bolts (see Section 6.4.1)
through the jack bolt holes in the containment ring
[3830].
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6.6.2.1
Wet End Disassembly
Wet End Disassembly – Piped Up
When handling hazardous and/or toxic fluids,
skin, eye and respiratory protection are required. If
pump is being drained, precautions must be taken to
prevent injury or environmental contamination.
Ensure suction and discharge valves
are completely closed.
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Drain the pump and individually decontaminate
each component in accordance to all federal, state,
local and company environmental regulations.
For larger pumps (TB-MAG™
B/C/W/F/G-Series) we recommend having two
people perform the following procedures in order to
decrease the chance of damaging or breaking the
SiC components.
a) Loosen all hex caps screws [6570.1] on the
containment ring [3830] and remove every
other bolt. Leave at least 4 bolts loose but still
attached to the casing [1100].
b) Visually inspect the containment ring [3830]. If
it appears loose then you can remove all the
bolts and skip the following step. However, if
the pump has been in service for a long period
of time, it is very common for the containment
ring [3830] to be stuck to the casing [1100]. In
this case, use the following procedure:
c) Insert (2) of the bolts you just removed into the
jack bolt holes on the containment ring [3830]
and evenly tighten them until the ring breaks free.
Remove all the remaining hex caps screws
[6570.1].
d) Firmly hold the containment shell [3500] and
use your index fingers and thumbs to support
the containment ring [3830].
e) Pull the assembly back in a straight line until it
is clear of the casing [1100].
f) Remove the containment shell [3500] and
impeller [2200] from the containment ring
[3830]. Note: optional, may be very difficult on
pumps in service for long periods of time.
g) Lift and remove the impeller [2200] from the
containment shell [3500].
6.6.2.2
Wet End Disassembly – In Shop
a) Remove all flange and casing [1100] feet hex
caps screws [6570.1].
b) Place a piece of cardboard or a shop towel on
the workspace to protect the plastic on the
flange.
c) Lay the wet end face down on the suction
flange in the work area.
d) Loosen and remove the hex caps screws
[6570.1] on the containment ring [3830] with a
wrench.
e) Visually inspect the containment ring [3830]. If
it appears loose then you can remove all the
hex caps screws [6570.1] and skip the
following step. However, if the pump has been
in service for a long period of time, it is very
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common for the containment ring [3830] to be
stuck to the casing [1100]. In this case, use the
following procedure:
f) Insert (2) of the bolts you just removed into the
jack bolt holes on the containment ring [3830]
and evenly tighten them until the ring breaks free.
Remove all the remaining hex cap screws
[6570.1].
g) Slightly rotate the containment ring [3830] to
make it easier to grab.
h) Lift the containment ring [3830] with your
fingers while holding down the containment
shell [3500] with your thumbs.
i) Lift the containment ring [3830] straight up off
of the containment shell [3500] and set aside.
j) Carefully lift and remove the containment shell
[3500] straight up from the impeller [2200].
k) Carefully lift and remove the impeller [2200]
straight up from the casing [1100].
6.7 Examination of parts
Used parts must be inspected
before assembly to ensure the pump will
subsequently run properly. In particular, fault
diagnosis is essential to enhance pump and plant
reliability.
If replacement of any part is required, follow the
procedures in the repair sections of this manual.
Carefully clean and inspect all internal parts.
6.7.1
Casing lining
Inspect the casing [1100] lining for any abrasion,
cracks or delamination. Casing [1100] replacement
is necessary if lining is breached. Minor scratches
or cuts less than 0.1 mm (0.040 in.) depth are
acceptable.
6.7.2
Silicon Carbide (SiC)
When inspecting the pump internals check all
Silicon Carbide (SiC) parts for cracks, chips and
scoring marks. Minor chips less than 0.5 mm
(0.020 in.) are acceptable.
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6.8 Gasket, O-ring
g)
After dismantling, discard and replace.
h)
i)
j)
Trim the front stationary retaining ring [6810.1]
end so it slightly overlaps the drive pin.
Line up the tip of the T-handle allen wrench at
the end of the front stationary retaining ring
[6810.1].
Gently tap the front stationary retaining ring
[6810.1] into position.
With a soldering iron, melt (plastic weld) the two
ends of the front stationary retaining ring
[6810.1] together.
6.10 Containment Shell Repair
6.10.1 Wear Ring Replacement
a)
b)
6.8.1
Outer Magnet
c)
Wipe the inside of the outer magnet assembly
[0230] clean from all foreign particles.
d)
6.9 Casing Repair
e)
6.9.1
f)
Casing Wear Ring Removal
a) Insert a flathead screwdriver into the casing
[1100] notch opposite the plastic weld point on
the retaining ring and pry out the retaining ring.
b) Lift out the thrust collar [3041.2] and front
stationary wear ring [1500] with your fingers.
Pull the front stationary retaining ring [6810.1]
free.
c) Remove the locking key(s) [6810.4].
6.9.2
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
Place the centering tool over the shaft [2100]
Place the back stationary wear ring [1500.2]
over the centering tool.
Align the back stationary wear ring [1500.2]
grooves with the containment shell [3500]
molded keys.
Insert the keyed end of the back stationary
retaining ring [6810.2] into the open groove.
Apply pressure with your thumbs to inset the
back stationary retaining ring [6810.2].
Trim the back stationary retaining ring [6810.2]
so it slightly overlaps the key (approximately
1/8”).
Place your T-handle allen wrench on the end of
the back stationary retaining ring [6810.2] and
gently tap it into place.
Remove the centering tool and melt the back
stationary retaining ring [6810.2] together with a
soldering iron.
6.10.2 Shaft Removal
Casing Wear Ring Installation
Insert thrust collar [3041.2] (grooved side up)
and align the keyway notch on the thrust collar
[3041.2] with the casing [1100] keyway notch.
Insert and align the (SiC) front stationary wear
ring [1500] with the keyway notch in the casing
[1100].
Insert locking key(s) [6810.4] into all but one
keyway.
Casings will have from two to six keyways. For
example if the casing has four, you must insert
(3) locking keys leaving one keyway open.
Insert the keyed end of the front stationary
retaining ring [6810.1] into the remaining
keyway.
Press the front stationary retaining ring [6810.1]
into the casing groove.
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a)
b)
c)
d)
Requires shaft removal tool part # TLG-2017-SI
(A/V/E-Series) or TLG-2018-SI (B/C/W/F/GSeries).
Secure the containment shell [3500] upside
down - you can use the adapter [1340] for this if
nothing else is available.
Place the bottom half of the shaft removal tool
over the shaft [2100], then gently slide it down
the shaft [2100]
Place the top half over the shaft [2100], lining
up the bolts with the indentations on the bottom
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half of the shaft removal tool. Adjust the bolts so
that the top of the tool is about 19mm (3/4 in.)
down the shaft [2100]
Using the allen wrench, tighten the top half to
the shaft [2100]
Evenly tighten the two bolts, alternating
between them when you feel resistance.
a)
Do not use air or power tools. Do
not over tighten the bolts or you may crack the shaft
[2100].
c)
e)
f)
g)
Remove the shaft [2100] from the containment
shell [3500]. Loosen and remove the shaft
removal tool.
b)
d)
e)
6.10.3 Shaft Installation
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
Align the molded key inside the containment
shell [3500] with the grooved end of the pump
shaft [2100].
Place the shaft centering tool over the shaft
[2100]
Place an aluminum block over the shaft [2100]
to protect it and push the shaft [2100] in using
an arbor press until the shaft [2100] is flush with
the centering tool.
Remove the shaft centering tool.
Place the aluminum block directly on the shaft
[2100] and press the shaft [2100] down the rest
of the way down until it is firmly seated.
6.11 Impeller Repair
6.11.1 Bushing Removal
This procedure requires the Flowserve Innomag®
bushing installation / removal kit, part # TLG-2016AA.
f)
6.11.2 Bushing Installation
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
i)
Make sure the bushing removal tool
is perfectly centered to prevent damaging the inside
of the impeller [2200]. We recommend placing a
shop towel under the impeller [2200] to prevent
damage to the SiC when it falls free.
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For A/V/E-Series impellers, insert TLG-2027-SI
into TLG-2010-SI and center it on the thrust
control valve [3300.2]. For B/C/W/F/G-Series use
TLG-2009-SI with TLG-2012-SI inserted.
With the arbor press, carefully push the
bushings down with the removal tool until the
first bushing [3300] and spacer [3300.1]
dislodge.
Lift the impeller [2200] and remove the first
bushing [3300] and spacer [3300.1] to allow
room for removing the second bushing [3300]
and thrust control valve [3300.2].
Continue pressing down on the arbor press until
the second bushing [3300] and thrust control
valve [3300.2] dislodge.
When the second bushing [3300] and thrust
control valve [3300.2] are free, remove the
impeller [2200].
Remove the second bushing [3300] and thrust
control valve [3300.2] from the bushing removal
tool.
This procedure requires the Flowserve
Innomag® TB-MAG™ bushing installation /
removal kit, part # TLG-2016-AA.
Place the eye of the impeller [2200] on part
TLG-2003-SI of the bushing installation toolkit.
The stepped end is designed to support all TBMAG™ impellers.
Locate the molded key in the impeller [2200].
On the underside, the thrust control valve
[3300.2] groove must line up with the molded
key.
Place the thrust control valve [3300.2] over the
o-ring on the short stepped end of bushing
installation tool part TLG-2010-SI (A/V/E Series)
or TLG-2009-SI (B/C/W/F/G Series)
Line up the thrust control valve [3300.2] groove
with the molded key.
Carefully insert the thrust control valve [3300.2]
by hand until it stops, making sure that it is
perfectly aligned.
Make sure the bushing installation tool is
perfectly centered.
With an arbor press, apply slow, even pressure
to the bushing installation tool part # TLG-2010SI (A/V/E Series) or TLG-2009-SI (B/C/W/F/G
Series) to push the thrust control valve [3300.2]
into place. It will stop when it is firmly seated.
Do not use excessive force, as this
may damage the thrust control valve and the
impeller.
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6.11.5 Impeller Trimming
Align the large SiC bushings [3300] separated
by the plastic spacer [3300.1] on the bushing
tool part # TLG-2010-SI (A/V/E Series) or TLG2009 (B/C/W/F/G Series).
k) Make sure the bushings are held securely by
the rubber o-rings on the bushing installation
tool.
l)
Align the bushings [3300] with the molded key.
m) Press the bushings [3300] in until they are firmly
seated using an arbor press.
j)
a)
b)
Place the trimming sleeve over
the impeller [2200] to protect it from damage.
Measure the current diameter of the impeller
[2200].
6.11.3 Back Rotating Wear Ring Installation
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
Place the back rotating wear ring [3041.1] on the
impeller [2200] and align the notches.
Place the PVC trimming sleeve over the wear
ring [3041.1].
Place an aluminum spacer block over the
trimming sleeve and press the wear ring into
place with the arbor press.
Insert the retaining pin into the slot on the
impeller [2200].
Force the pin into place using needle nose
pliers.
Push the rest of the way with a screwdriver.
Once the pin is completely inserted, use a
soldering iron to melt (plastic weld) it in place.
6.11.4 Front Stationary Wear Ring Installation
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)
Place the front rotating wear ring on the impeller
[2200] and align the notches.
Place the aluminum spacer over the wear ring
and press into place with the arbor press.
Insert the retaining pin into the slot on the
impeller [2200].
Force the pin into place using pliers.
Push the rest of the way with a screwdriver.
Place the PVC trimming sleeve over the wear
ring.
Place an aluminum spacer block over the
trimming sleeve and press the wear ring into
place with the arbor press.
Insert the retaining pin into the slot on the
impeller [2200].
Force the pin into place using needle nose
pliers, and then push the rest of the way with a
screwdriver.
Once the pin is completely inserted, use a
soldering iron to melt (plastic weld) it in place.
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Insert the impeller [2200] into the lathe and
tighten the jaws.
d) Set the trim 6 mm (1/4 in.) less than the current
diameter. If you have never trimmed an impeller
[2200] before, then we recommend only cutting
3 mm (1/8 in.) at a time.
e) Trim the first pass at a slow speed.
f)
Use the hobby knife to clean off the loose
plastic on the impeller [2200] in order to get an
accurate measurement.
g) Check the diameter again with the caliper.
h) Set the lathe for 6 mm (1/4 in.) less than the
current diameter measurement.
i)
Trim this layer at a slow speed.
j)
Clean off any loose plastic that would interfere
with your diameter measurements.
k) Use the caliper to measure the current
diameter.
l)
Repeat the proceeding four steps until you
reach the desired diameter.
m) Chamfer the right edge of the impeller [2200].
n) Chamfer the same amount off the left edge.
o) Loosen the jaws and remove the Impeller
[2200].
p) Remove the trimming sleeve and trim any
remaining loose plastic.
.
c)
6.12 Wet End Assembly
Thoroughly clean all parts before assembly.
Make sure all parts are free of dirt, metallic particles,
etc.
With TB-MAG™ B/C/W/F/G Series
pumps, we highly recommend following the shop
assembly procedure (Section 6.11.2) to minimize
the chance of damaging the SiC. Due to the brittle
nature of SiC, all assemblies must be handled with
care to avoid chipping or cracking.
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6.12.1 Piped Up Assembly
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
6.13 Drive End Disassembly
Align and slide the impeller [2200] magnet
assembly onto the pump shaft [2100] located
inside the containment shell [3500].
Place the assembly into the containment ring
[3830].
Insert the assembled impeller [2200] and
containment shell [3500]. Carefully align the
impeller [2200] and casing [1100] wear rings.
Hold the assembly and install the containment
ring [3830]
If you cannot separate the containment shell
[3500] and ring, you can insert the assembly as
one piece. Make sure the arrow on the ring
points upward.
Tighten (8) hex cap screws w/lock washer.
Torque the hex caps screws [6570.1] to the
specification in the Torque Table.
Extend the jackscrews on the drive end. Align
the drive end and push it in until the jackscrews
meet the wet end.
Retract the jackscrews until the two pump
halves are mated. Insert and tighten the (4)
adapter [1340] hex caps screws [6570.1] to the
torque given in the torque table in Section
6.11.2.
6.12.2 In-Shop Assembly
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
6.13.1 NEMA Drive End Disassembly
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
b)
c)
d)
Torque Nm (lbf•ft)
27 (20)
61 (45)
122 (90)
e)
f)
g)
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Remove the metal pipe plug from the top of the
adapter [1340].
Locate and loosen the (2) set screws on the on
the outer magnet assembly [0230] with T-handle
allen wrench - 3/16 in. (A/V/E), 1/4 in.
(B/C/W/F/G).
Insert a 1/2 in. - 13 x 6+in. jack bolt into the
center of the NEMA outer magnet assembly.
Tighten the jack bolt to free the outer magnet
assembly. 3/4in. socket wrench recommended
due to the magnetic forces.
Carefully remove the outer magnet assembly.
Remove (4) hex caps screws [6570.1] from the
adapter [1340].
Remove the adapter [1340] from the motor.
6.13.2 IEC Drive End Disassembly
a)
With the casing [1100] face down, insert the
impeller [2200].
When the impeller [2200] is in place, rotate it by
hand to make sure it spins freely.
Align the shaft [2100] in the containment shell
[3500] with the bushings.
Lower the containment shell [3500] into place.
Place the containment ring [3830] over the
containment shell [3500] and align the bolt holes.
Make sure the arrow on the containment ring
[3830] points toward the discharge flange.
Insert and hand-tighten the (8) casing [1100]
bolts with lock washers.
Tighten the hex cap screws [6570.1] with a
wrench and then torque them to the rating in
Figure 6-1.
Figure 6-1
Screw Size
ISO (ASME)
M10 (3/8 in.)
M12 (1/2 in.)
M16 (5/8 in.)
The outer magnet assembly [0230]
contains very strong magnets. Use caution inserting
the jack screw. Under normal circumstances a
visual inspection and wiping clean the inside of the
outer magnet is sufficient.
Remove the metal pipe plug from the top of the
adapter [1340].
Locate and loosen the (2) set screws on the on
the outer magnet assembly [0230] with T-handle
allen wrench - 3/16 in. (A/V/E), 1/4 in.
(B/C/W/F/G).
Attach the jack screw plate [TLG-2042-SI] with
(2) M8 x 1.25 x 30mm screws into the treaded
holes inside the IEC outer magnet assembly
[0230].
Insert a M12 x 1.75 x 100+ mm jack bolt into the
center of the jack screw plate [TLG-2042-SI] and
tighten the center jack bolt to free the outer
magnet assembly.
Carefully remove the outer magnet assembly
[0230].
Remove (4) hex caps screws [6570.1] from the
adapter [1340].
Remove the adapter [1340] from the motor.
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6.14 Drive End Assembly
The outer magnet assembly [0230]
contains very strong magnets.
6.14.1 NEMA Drive End Assembly
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
Line up the adapter [1340] holes with the
threaded holes on the motor. (NEMA motors
324 frame and larger require an adapter [1340]
plate.)
Insert (4) hex caps screws [6570.1] with lock
washers and tighten until no gap is present
between the adapter [1340] and the motor
mounting face.
Note the placement of the set screws on the
outer magnet assembly [0230] in relation to the
drive pins before installation. Set screw (A) will
be directly across from the drive pins. Set screw
(B) will be perpendicular to the drive pins.
Align outer magnet assembly [0230] drive pins
with the key groove on the motor shaft. Do not
use blunt force on front face of the outer
magnet assembly. If difficult, verify motor shaft
meets manufacture’s tolerances and is free of
burrs.
Use a ruler or straight edge, visually align the
groove on the outer magnet assembly [0230]
with the outer edge of the adapter [1340].
Looking through the top hole on the adapter
[1340], line up the row of dowel pins on the
outer magnet assembly [0230] with the hole.
Grab the opposite side of the outer magnet
assembly [0230] and rotate it 180°. Visually
inspect concentricity of outer magnet assembly
[0230] with adapter [1340].
Tighten the visible set screw (A) first, then
rotate the outer magnet assembly [0230] 90°
counterclockwise to locate and tighten the
second set screw (B).
6.14.2 IEC Drive End Assembly
a) The IEC adapters (ADP-1005-SI, ADP-1015-SI)
require the installation of dowel pins for the
following motor sizes: 100L, 112M & 132S/M
The pin installation is permanent.
Check the motor configuration before you begin.
b) IEC 80 & IEC 90 do not require dowel pins.
c) IEC 100L, 112M, and 132S/M require (6) dowel
pins installed on the inner ring of unpainted
dowel pin holes.
d) IEC 132 requires (6) dowel pins installed on the
outer ring of unpainted dowel pin holes.
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Firmly pound the (6) dowel pins in with a
hammer until they are firmly seated. The properly
installed dowel pin will be flush with the adapter
[1340] face.
f)
Motors larger than IEC 132 require an adapter
plate. To install, align the inner holes on the
adapter plate with the holes on the bottom of the
adapter [1340].
g)
IEC 160 & IEC 180 requires the installation of
adapter plate ADP-1125-SI. IEC 200 requires the
installation of adapter plate ADP-1135-SI.
h) Insert and tighten the (4) hex caps screws
[6570.1] to the adapter plate.
i)
Once properly configured, align the bolt holes on
the motor with the threaded holes on the adapter
[1340].
j)
Insert and tighten the (4) Hex Cap Screws
[6570.1] with lock washers [6541].
k) Note the placement of the set screws on the
outer magnet assembly [0230] in relation to the
key notch before installation. Set screw (A) will
be directly across from the key notch. Set screw
(B) will be perpendicular to the key notch.
l)
Align the key groove on the outer magnet
assembly [0230] with the key on the motor shaft
and install.
m) The outer magnet assembly [0230] has a groove
around the magnet end for easy alignment.
Locate this alignment groove on the Outer
magnet assembly [0230].
n) Place a ruler or other straight edge in the
alignment groove and push the outer magnet
assembly [0230] in until it is flush with the outer
edge of the adapter [1340].
o) Remove metal plug from the top of the adapter
[1340].
p) Look inside the outer magnet assembly [0230]
and rotate it until the motor key points downward.
q) Set screw (A) should now be visible through the
hole on top of the adapter [1340]. Tighten set
screw (A) with the T-handle allen wrench.
r)
Rotate the outer magnet assembly [0230] until
the motor key points to the right.
s) Set screw (B) should now be visible through the
hole on top of the adapter [1340]. Tighten set
screw (B) with the T-handle allen wrench.
t)
Replace the metal plug on the adapter [1340]
and drive end assembly is complete.
e)
6.15 Bearing Frame Assembly
a) Install the sight glass [3856], drain [2569] and
plugs if not already installed. Wrap the threads
with thread seal tape to form a tight seal.
b) Replace and lubricate the outer o-ring on the
mechanical seal. Be careful to keep the seal
faces clean and dry.
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c) Replace the inner o-ring on the mechanical seal
before re-assembly. Lubricate the inner o-ring of
the seal before assembling the bearing frame
onto the adapter
d) Align the four mounting holes on the adapter
[1340] with the four mounting holes on the seal
[4200].
The spacers must remain in place until the
seal [4200] has been bolted into the assembly.
e) Set the seal [4200] into the bore of the adapter
[1340]. Thread the (4) 10-24 screws in a few
turns only. Do not tighten the screws yet.
f) Clean and Inspect the mating surfaces
g) Lower the bearing frame onto the adapter [1340].
h) Tighten the hex cap screws [6570.1]. Torque to
61 Nm (45 lbf•ft.).
Depending on the condition of the bearing
frame assembly, the following steps are optional. The
bearing frame is factory machined so that the run out
cannot be greater than 0.05mm (0.002 in.). However,
corrosion of the mating faces could affect the
concentricity of the bearing frame [3200] and
adapter. If corrosion is present follow the next steps
(Section 6.14 step k-p).
i) Place the shaft extension tool (Part # TLG-2030SI) over the shaft [2100].
j) Tighten the shaft extender to the shaft with the
lower set screw with an allen wrench.
k) Insert the top of the dial test indicator into the
upper hole on the shaft extender and tighten the
screw.
l) Measure the concentricity of the bearing frame
shaft [2100] and the mechanical seal bore on the
adapter [1340]. Using the dial test indicator,
measure the run out of the seal bore.
m) If concentricity of 0.05 mm (0.002 in.) or less
cannot be achieved, the damaged components
should be replaced.
n) Using the indicator mounted to the shaft
extension, measure the perpendicularity of the
machined surface on the inside of the adapter.
The face should be perpendicular to the shaft
within 0.05mm (0.002in.).
6.15.1 Seal Chamber Pressure Test Procedure
The pump must be stopped during
this test.
a) You will need an air accumulator with a
pressure gauge for this test. The total volume
of the accumulator tank should be 28 litres (1
cubic foot, 7.5 gallon). A larger or smaller
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accumulator can be used, but the pressure drop
must be adjusted. See the following chart:
Accumulator Volume
litres
7.6
18.9
28.4
37.9
45.4
53.0
56.8
75.7
3
ft
0.27
0.67
1.0
1.34
1.60
1.87
2.0
2.67
US gallons
2
5
7.5
10
12
14
15
20
Allowable
Pressure Drop
in 5 minutes
bar
psig
0.55
8
0.21
3
0.14
2
0.10
1.5
0.09
1.25
0.08
1.1
0.07
1
0.05
0.75
b) Plug one adapter drain connection so that the
seal chamber is isolated. Use PTFE pipe thread
tape to ensure a proper seal.
c) Connect the accumulator hose to the barbed
hose adapter pipe fitting.
d) Tighten the accumulator hose clamp.
e) Pressurize the accumulator and seal cavity to 1.7
bar (25 psig).
f) Check all fittings and connections for leakage
(soap solution type test). Bubbles indicate leaks.
g) The pressure in the accumulator will drop
immediately due to expansion and seating of the
o-rings. This is normal. Wait 1-2 minutes and repressurize the seal chamber to 1.7 bar (25 psig).
h) Measure pressure decay. Pressure drop should
be less than that indicated in the table in step (a).
i) Vent pressure from cavity upon completion of the
test and reconnect any leak sensors or drain
lines to the adapter.
6.16 Bearing Frame Installation
All bearing frames [3200] are
shipped without oil. See the following table for the
recommended oil:
Mineral Oil
Quality mineral oil with
rust and oxidation
inhibitors. Mobil DTE
Heavy / Medium ISO
VG 68 or equivalent.
Synthetic Oil
Royal Purple,
Conoco Syncon 68
or equivalent
It normally takes 2 hours for bearing
temperature to stabilize and the final temperature
will depend on the ambient, rpm, pumpage
temperature and pump size.
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The recommended oil lubricant has 68 cSt viscosity at
40 °C (104 °F) with temperature range from -5 to 80
°C (23 to 176 °F). Multiple manufacturers make this
type of oil with designation ISO VG 68 according to
ISO 3448 and DIN51524 part 2.
The maximum temperature that the
bearing can be exposed to is 105°C (220°F).
a) Align the motor coupling per the manufacturers
specifications and secure the pump to the base
plate.
b) Install a coupling guard over the exposed shafts
and coupling.
c) Once the pump has been bolted to the base
plate and leveled, remove the plug [6569] from
the top of the bearing frame unit [3011] and pour
in the recommended oil. The unit must be filled to
the center of the sight glass [3856] before
starting.
d) Do not overfill. The oil level should be checked
when the pump is stopped.
e) NOTE: Section 6.15 Steps e - g only apply to the
mechanically sealed version of the bearing
frame.
f) Tighten the mechanical seal’s (4) set screws to
the shaft with a 1/8 in. allen wrench.
g) Remove the (4) socket head cap screws from the
spacers / installation clips with a 9/64 in. allen
wrench.
h) Remove the (4) hex caps screws [6570.1] from
the spacers / installation clips and remove the
spacers from the seal with 5/16 in. wrench.
6.17 Bearing Frame Disassembly
If the bearing frame [3200] will not
be opened, the unit must remain horizontal to
prevent oil leakage through the bearing isolators.
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Extremely strong magnets. The use
of non-magnetic tools and work surface is highly
recommended. The work area must be clean and
free of any ferrous particles.
a) Remove the metal plug below the sight glass to
drain the oil. Drain the oil into an oil pan and
replace the oil plug.
b) Remove the coupling guard if it is installed.
c) Remove the coupling and turn the motor aside to
allow room to pull back the bearing frame.
d) Remove the (2) hex caps screws [6570.1]
holding the bearing frame feet to the baseplate.
e) Remove the (4) hex caps screws [6570.1] on the
adapter.
f) Separate bearing frame [3200] and adapter
[1340] from pump end. Use jackscrews in the (2)
jackscrew holes if necessary.
g) Pull the bearing frame assembly straight back
from the adapter.
h) Remove the (3) hex caps screws [6570.11,
6570.12] to separate the foot from the adapter.
i) Secure the adapter [1340] to the work surface
with a C clamp.
The adapter o-ring should be replaced
before re-assembling onto the pump.
j) Remove the outer magnet hex bolt [6570.1]. If
the outer magnet does not pull free, you will
need to use our outer magnet removal kit.
k) Attach the MAO Puller Bracket with (2) 3/8in.-16
socket head cap screws.
l) Insert the jackbolt into the tapped center hole
and tighten until the outer magnet loosens.
m) Pull the outer magnet assembly out of the
adapter and set aside.
n) Install the (4) spacers / installation clips onto the
mechanical seal at this time. The spacers are
used to prevent damage to the internal
components when not bolted into the bearing
frame assembly.
o) Once spacers are in place, remove the 4 screws
securing the mechanical seal to the adapter.
p) Remove the (3) hex caps screws [6570.1]
securing the adapter to the bearing frame.
q) Slide the bearing frame off of the adapter with
the seal still attached to the shaft.
r) Loosen the (4) mounting setscrews holding the
seal onto the shaft and gently slide the
mechanical seal off of the shaft.
NOTE: Replace the inner and outer o-rings on
the mechanical seal before re-assembly.
s) If the bearing frame will not be opened, set it
aside.
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t)
u)
v)
w)
x)
y)
Remove the (3) hex caps screws [6570.1] from
the bearing cap [3240] and pry the bearing cap
loose with a small flat head screw driver.
If the bearing isolator [4305] needs to be
replaced, the unit can be pressed out by hand.
Slide the shaft and front bearing out of the
bearing frame straight up until the retaining ring
[6544.1] can be seen. Using a screwdriver, lift the
retaining ring by prying under the notched end
and remove the retaining ring [6544.1] from the
assembly.
The shaft [2100] can now be removed from the
bearing frame. There is very little clearance
between the bearing [3011] and the bearing
frame [3200] opening. It can be very difficult to
remove if the shaft [2100] is not held perfectly
straight when pulling through the opening.
If the rear bearing isolator [4305] needs to be
replaced, the unit can be pulled out by hand.
The wave spring [6544.2] can be removed by
hand for inspection and / or replacement. If the
bearings [3011] need to be replaced, use a 3 jaw
puller to remove.
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7
TROUBLESHOOTING
7.1 Faults, causes and remedies
The following is a guide to troubleshooting problems with Flowserve Innomag® TB-MAG™ pumps. Common
problems are analyzed and solutions offered. Obviously, it is impossible to cover every possible scenario. If a
problem exists that is not covered by one of the examples, refer to one of the books listed in Section 10,
Additional Sources of Information, or contact a Flowserve sales engineer, distributor, or representative for
assistance.
FAULT SYMPTOM
P u m p o v e r h e a ts a n d s e i z e s
 Pump vibrates or is noisy

Pump requires excessive power

P u m p l o s e s p r i m e a ft e r s ta r t i n g

Insufficient pressure developed

Insuffi cient capaci t y deli vered

Pump does not deliver liquid

POSSIBLE CAUSES
POSSIBLE REMEDIES
A. System troubles



 Pump not primed or filled with liquid.
Pump or suction pipe not completely filled with
  liquid.

 Discharge pipe clogged or valve shut.
   Suction pipe clogged or valve shut.




 


Vent and/or prime.
Confirm that any discharge valves or control valves are not
stuck shut. Inspect discharge pipe for blockage.
Confirm that any suction valves or control valves are not
stuck shut. Check strainer device. Inspect suction pipe for
blockage.
Head requirement higher than anticipated or
 undersized impeller. (Pump casing and pipes
immediately before and after the pump heat up)
Confirm than discharge line is not blocked or valve is not
stuck shut. Pump may require a larger impeller to overcome
system head.
 Clogged impeller
Open pump and clear blockage from impeller.
Clogged thrust balancing passages in impeller.
Open pump and clean blockage from grooves in between
impeller and bushings.

Decoupled Impeller.
Shut off pump. Verify that the motor spins smoothly by hand.
If motor will not spin by hand, open pump for inspection. If
motor spins by hand, confirm that the impeller is sized for
operating conditions and liquid specific gravity.
Verify the viscosity of the liquid is not too high.
Note that the impeller and/or outer magnet may be
weakened if overheated.
  
Suction pipe volume too large for priming
chamber.
Calculate volume of the suction pipe. It is recommended
that the priming chamber volume should be 3 times the
suction pipe volume. Decrease suction pipe volume. Move
pump closer to source.


Check complete filling. Re-prime pump and verify that
suction pipe is full of liquid. Check the suction pipe for high
points that can trap air.
  Suction lift too high or level too low.
Insufficient margin between suction pressure and
  vapor pressure.
  
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Excessive amount of air or gas in liquid.
Check NPSHA > NPSHR, proper submergence, losses at
strainers and fittings.
Check and purge pipes and system.
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FAULT SYMPTOM
P u m p o v e r h e a ts a n d s e i z e s
 Pump vibrates or is noisy

Pump requires excessive power

P u m p l o s e s p r i m e a ft e r s ta r t i n g

Insufficient pressure developed

Insuffi cient capaci t y deli vered

Pump does not deliver liquid


POSSIBLE CAUSES
POSSIBLE REMEDIES

  Air or vapor pocket in suction line.
Check suction line design for vapor pockets.


Check suction pipe is airtight.

Air leaks into suction line.
  Inlet of suction pipe insufficiently submerged.
   Speed too low.

CONSULT FLOWSERVE.
Speed too high.
CONSULT FLOWSERVE.
Total head of system higher than differential head
   of pump.

Total head of system lower than pump design head.

Specific gravity of liquid different from design.

 
 
 
Check system design.
Check system losses. Increase impeller size or motor speed.
Remedy or CONSULT FLOWSERVE.
Check system losses. Decrease impeller size or motor
speed.
Remedy or CONSULT FLOWSERVE.
Viscosity of liquid differs from that for which
designed.
Check and CONSULT FLOWSERVE.
Operation at very low capacity.
Measure value and check minimum permitted.
Remedy or CONSULT FLOWSERVE.
Operation at high capacity.
Verify flow with instrumentation or batch cycle time and
adjust as needed. Measure value and check maximum
permitted.
Remedy or CONSULT FLOWSERVE.
B. Mechanical troubles
Misalignment due to pipe strain.
Check the flange connections and eliminate strains using
elastic couplings or a method permitted.

Piping or pump not properly anchored.
Tighten mounting bolts on pump feet and baseplate.
Confirm that the suction and discharge pipes are properly
supported per Hydraulic Institute recommendations.

Improperly designed foundation.
Check setting of baseplate: tighten, adjust, grout base as
required.
Partially clogged impeller is unbalanced.
Open pump and clear blockage from the impeller.
Rotating part rubbing on stationary part internally.
If burning smell coming from back of pump, the outer
magnet is installed incorrectly. Confirm that the groove on
the outer magnet assembly lines up with the edge of the
adapter. Re-align and replace components as necessary.
Check and CONSULT FLOWSERVE, if necessary.
  

 
  
 


Bearings worn
Replace bearings.
 
Wearing ring surfaces worn.
Replace worn wear ring/surfaces.
 
Impeller damaged or eroded.
Replace or CONSULT FLOWSERVE.
Abrasive solids in liquid pumped.
Check and CONSULT FLOWSERVE.
Excessive thrust caused by a mechanical failure
inside the pump.
Check wear condition of impeller, its clearances and liquid
passages.
Pump maximum temperature exceeded.
Open the pump. Replace parts as needed.
CONSULT FLOWSERVE.



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FAULT SYMPTOM
P u m p o v e r h e a ts a n d s e i z e s
 Pump vibrates or is noisy

Pump requires excessive power

P u m p l o s e s p r i m e a ft e r s ta r t i n g

Insufficient pressure developed

Insuffi cient capaci t y deli vered

Pump does not deliver liquid

POSSIBLE CAUSES
POSSIBLE REMEDIES
C. Motor electrical problems
 
 


Wrong direction of rotation.
Reverse 2 phases at motor terminal box.

Motor running on 2 phases only.
Check supply and fuses.

Motor running too slow.
Check motor terminal box connections and voltage.
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8
PARTS LISTS AND DRAWINGS
8.1 Sectional drawing
HI #
1
2
6
7
8a
8b
9a
9b
9c
9d
14
19
20
27
FIN #
1100
2200
2100
1500.1
3043
3041.1
6810.1
6810.2
6810.3
6810.4
3300.1
1340
3134
1500.2
Part
Casing
Impeller Magnet Assembly
Shaft
Wear Ring, Front Stationary
Wear Ring, Front Rotating
Wear Ring, Back Rotating
Retaining Ring, Front Stationary
Retaining Ring, Back Stationary
Retaining Pin, Impeller
Key, Locking
Valve, Thrust Control
Adapter
Support Foot
Wear Ring, Back Stationary
HI #
72
73
231
232
235
236
239
300
301
302
370
371
372
FIN #
3041.2
4610
3500
0230
3300.2
3300.3
3830
6570.1
6541
6569
4590.1
4590.2
4590.3
Part
Thrust Collar
O-Ring
Shell, Containment
Magnet Assembly, Outer
Bushing, Bearing
Bushing, Spacer
Ring, Containment
Screw
Lock Washer
Plug
Drain Flange
PTFE Drain Gasket
Neoprene Drain Gasket
Note: Vertical models have different casing configuration but are otherwise identical.
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8.2 Long Couple Bearing Frame Sectional Drawing (optional secondary containment
seal shown)
HI #
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
232
N/A
N/A
N/A
19
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
37
N/A
FIN #
4610.1
4610.2
3830.1
3830.2
6570.1
6570.2
0230
4610.3
6570.3
6570.4
1340
6570.5
6570.6
4200
6570.7
6570.8
4305
6541
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Part
Viton O-ring, -270, for 8” containment ring,
Viton O-Ring, -276, for 10” containment ring
Containment ring for sealed long couple 8” pump
Containment ring for sealed long couple 10” pump
Outer magnet lock bolt 5/16-18 x 1”
Outer magnet washer, 5/16” ID x 1-1/4” OD
Magnet assembly, outer, long couple bearing frame
Viton O-ring, -263 (sealed adapter only)
5/8-11 x 1.5” hex bolt, 18-8 SS
5/8-11 lock washer, 18-8 SS
Adapter, long couple, B/C series
1/2-13 x 1.25 hex bolt, 18-8ss
1/2 lock washer, 18-8ss
Flowserve dry-run mechanical seal
Hex head machine screw, 10-24 x 1.25”, 18-8 SS
#10 Lock washer, 18-8 SS
Bearing isolator, TFE
Lock Washer
HI #
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
12
18
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
FIN #
6570.9
6570.10
3240
4610.4
2100
3011
6544.1
6544.2
3200
6569
3856
6700
6700.1
3134
6570.11
6570.12
6570.13
Part
Hex head bolt, ¼-20 x ¾”, 18-8 SS
Lock washer, ¼”, 18-8 SS
Bearing cap
Buna-N O-ring, -151, For bearing cap
Shaft, long couple, 304 SS
Bearing, 6208 deep groove ball bearing
Retaining ring, Smalley # VH-318
Spiral wave spring, Smalley # SSB-315
Long couple bearing frame, (Group 2)
½” pipe plug, 304 SS
Sight glass, 1” NPT, brass
Key, ¼” x ¼” x 1.5”, steel
Key, 3/16” x 3/16” x 1.5”, steel
Support Foot
Hex head bolt, 1/2-13 x 3.50, 18-8ss (Group 2)
1/2-13 x 1.25 hex bolt, 18-8ss (Group 2)
1/2 lock washer 18-8ss (Group 2)
TB-MAG™ A/V/E
TB-MAG™ B/C/W/F/G
BFR-2000-AA
BFR-2010-AA
BFR-2020-AA
ANSI Bearing Frame
Notes:
1. - Metric Pump/Parts shown in gray
2. - Part numbers shown are for standard options.
3. - Not all configurations are listed, consult factory for details.
ADP-1145-SI
ADP-1135-SI
ADP-1135-SI
ADP-1125-SI
ADP-1010-SI
B - 143/5TC
C - 182/4TC
D - 213/5TC
E - 254/6TC (2 Pole)
F - 254/6 (4 Pole), 284/6TSC
G - 324/6TSC
ADP-1100-SI
H1 - 364/365TSC, High Torque
J - 284/6TC
J1 - 284/6TC, High Torque
K - 324/6TC & 405TSC, High Torque ADP-1100-SI
ADP-1015-SI
ADP-1005-SI
M - 80
N - 90S/L
P - 100L/112M
R - 132S/M
R1 - 132S/M, High Torque
N - 90S/L
P - 100L/112M
R - 132S/M
R1 - 132S/M, High Torque
S - 160M
T - 160M/L
U - 180M/L
V - 200L
U1 - 180M/L, High Torque
V1 - 200L, High Torque
V2 - 200L, Ultra High Torque
W1 - 225S/M, High Torque
W2 - 225S/M, Ultra High Torque
Y2 - 250M, Ultra High Torque
Z2 - 280S, Ultra High Torque
ADP-1000-SI
(NEMA/IEC with
Riser)
Adapter
A - 56C
B - 143/5TC
C - 182/4TC
D - 213/5TC
D1 - 213/5TC, High Torque
E - 254/6TC, High Torque
(Close Coupled
NEMA/IEC)
(NEMA/IEC)
DRIVE END
Mounting Plate
MAO-2100-SI
MAO-2110-SI
MAO-2120-SI
MAO-1055-SI
MAO-1065-SI
MAO-1075-SI
MAO-1076-SI
MAO-1085-SI
MAO-1095-SI
MAO-1105-SI
MAO-1115-SI
MAO-1106-SI
MAO-1116-SI
MAO-1117-SI
MAO-1116-SI
MAO-1117-SI
MAO-1125-SI
MAO-1126-SI
MAO-1040-SI
MAO-1050-SI
MAO-1060-SI
MAO-1070-SI
MAO-1080-SI
MAO-1090-SI
MAO-1100-SI
MAO-1110-SI
MAO-1111-SI
MAO-1120-SI
MAO-1005-SI
MAO-1015-SI
MAO-1025-SI
MAO-1035-SI
MAO-1036-SI
MAO-1000-SI
MAO-1010-SI
MAO-1020-SI
MAO-1030-SI
MAO-1031-SI
MAO-1032-SI
Outer Magnet
Assembly
(NEMA & IEC)
RGC-1020-SI
RGC-1025-SI
RGC-1010-SI
RGC-1015-SI
RGC-1000-SI
RGC-1005-SI
Containment
Ring
SLC-1040-111-AA
SLC-1030-111-AA
SLC-1020-111-AA
SLC-1010-111-AA
SLC-1000-111-AA
CSG-1030-100-AA
CSG-1030-100-LA
CSG-1030-100-MA
CSG-1030-100-NA
CSG-1035-100-AA
CSG-1035-100-LA
CSG-1035-100-MA
CSG-1035-100-NA
CSG-1020-100-AA
CSG-1080-100-AA
CSG-1085-100-AA
CSG-1090-100-AA
CSG-1160-100-AA
CSG-1050-100-AA
CSG-1060-100-AA
CSG-1065-100-AA
CSG-1230-100-AA
CSG-1220-100-AA
Rev. Date: 5/15/2014
IMA-1155-150-AA CSG-1155-500-AA
IMA-1140-110-AA CSG-1140-100-AA
IMA-1150-110-AA CSG-1150-100-AA
CSG-1100-100-AA
CSG-1100-100-LA
IMA-1100-110-AA CSG-1100-100-MA
CSG-1100-100-NA
CSG-1110-100-AA
IMA-1120-110-AA CSG-1120-100-AA
IMA-1130-110-AA CSG-1130-100-AA
IMA-1030-110-AA
IMA-1020-110-AA
IMA-1060-110-AA
IMA-1020-110-AA
IMA-1065-110-AA
IMA-1050-110-AA
IMA-1040-110-AA
IMA-1020-110-AA
IMA-1030-110-AA
Casing Assembly
-
-
-
(2 x 1 x 10")
(2 x 1 x 10") Low Flow
(2 x 1 x 10") Low Flow
(2 x 1 x 10") Low Flow
(3 x 1.5 x 10")
(3 x 2 x 10")
(4 x 3 x 10")
(1.5 x 1 x 8")
(1.5 x 1 x 8") Low Flow
(1.5 x 1 x 8") Low Flow
(1.5 x 1 x 8") Low Flow
(50 x 32 x 200mm)
(50 x 32 x 200mm) Low Flow
(50 x 32 x 200mm) Low Flow
(50 x 32 x 200mm) Low Flow
(3 x 2 x 6")
(3 x 1.5 x 8")
(65 x 40 x 200mm)
(3 x 2 x 6")
(4 x 3 x 6")
(3 x 2 x 8")
(4 x 3 x 8")
(100 x 65 x 200mm)
(2 x 1.5 x 8") Vertical
(3x2x6") Vertical
(1.5 x 1 x 6")
(1.5 x 1 x 6") Low Flow
(1.5 x 1 x 6") Low Flow
(1.5 x 1 x 6") Low Flow
(50 x 32 x 160mm)
(50 x 32 x 160mm) Low Flow
(50 x 32 x 160mm) Low Flow
(50 x 32 x 160mm) Low Flow
(3 x 1.5 x 6")
(65 x 50 x 160mm)
(3 x 2 x 6")
(2 x 1.5 x 6") Vertical
C9 - (6 x 4 x 8")
C7 - (4 x 3 x 10"H)
C8 - (6 x 4 x 10"H)
C3
CL
CM
CN
C4
C5
C6
B1
BL
BM
BN
F1
FL
FM
FN
B3
B4
F4
B5
B6
C1
C2
G2
W1
W3
A1
AL
AM
AN
E1
EL
EM
EN
A3
E3
A4
V1
(Includes: Wear Ring, Thrust Collar)
CSG-1010-100-AA
CSG-1010-100-LA
CSG-1010-100-MA
CSG-1010-100-NA
IMA-1010-110-AA
CSG-1015-100-AA
CSG-1015-100-LA
CSG-1015-100-MA
CSG-1015-100-NA
CSG-1070-100-AA
IMA-1070-110-AA CSG-107A-100-AA
CSG-1075-100-AA
IMA-1010-110-AA CSG-1210-100-AA
WET END
Containment Shell Complete Impeller
Assembly
Assembly
(Includes: Pump Shaft, (Includes: Wear
Wear Ring & Gasket)
Ring & Bushing)
6" (160mm)
8" (200mm)
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10" (250mm)
Motor Frame
INNOMAG® TB-MAG™ ASME and ISO SEALLESS ENGLISH 26999988 06-14
8.3 Parts Interchangeability Chart
INNOMAG® TB-MAG™ ASME and ISO SEALLESS ENGLISH 26999988 06-14
8.4 General arrangement drawing
The typical general arrangement drawing and any
specific drawings required by the contract will be
sent to the Purchaser separately unless the
contract specifically calls for these to be included
into the User Instructions. If required, copies of
other drawings sent separately to the Purchaser
should be obtained from the Purchaser and
retained with these User Instructions.
9
CERTIFICATION
Certificates determined from the Contract
requirements are provided with these Instructions
where applicable. Examples are certificates for CE
marking, ATEX marking etc. If required, copies of
other certificates sent separately to the Purchaser
should be obtained from the Purchaser for retention
with these User Instructions.
10 OTHER RELEVANT
DOCUMENTATION AND MANUALS
10.1 Supplementary User Instruction
manuals
Supplementary instruction determined from the
contract requirements for inclusion into User
Instructions such as for a driver, instrumentation,
controller, sub-driver, seals, sealant system, mounting
component etc are included under this section. If
further copies of these are required they should be
obtained from the purchaser for retention with these
User Instructions.
Where any pre-printed set of User Instructions are
used, and satisfactory quality can be maintained
only by avoiding copying these, they are included
at the end of these User Instructions such as within
a standard clear protection envelope.
10.2 Change notes
If any changes, agreed with Flowserve Solution
Group, are made to the product after its supply, a
record of the details should be maintained with
these User Instructions.
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10.3 Additional sources of information
Reference 1:
NPSH for Rotodynamic Pumps: a reference guide,
Europump Guide No. 1, Europump & World
Pumps, Elsevier Science, United Kingdom, 1999.
Reference 2:
th
Pumping Manual, 9 edition, T.C. Dickenson,
Elsevier Advanced Technology, United Kingdom,
1995.
Reference 3:
nd
Pump Handbook, 2 edition, Igor J. Karassik et al,
McGraw-Hill Inc., New York, 1993.
Reference 4:
ANSI/HI 1.1-1.5. Centrifugal Pumps Nomenclature, Definitions, Application and
Operation.
Reference 5:
ANSI B31.3 - Process Piping.
INNOMAG® TB-MAG™ ASME and ISO SEALLESS ENGLISH 26999988 06-14
Your Flowserve factory contact:
FLOWSERVE REGIONAL
SALES OFFICES:
USA and Canada
Flowserve Corporation
Flowserve Innomag® Sealless Pumps
409 S. Vista Ave.
Addison, IL 60101
5215 North O’Connor Blvd.,
Suite 2300
Irving, Texas 75039-5421, USA
Telephone +1 972 443 6500
Phone: (630) 543-4240
Fax: (630) 543-4245
Email: [email protected]
Fax +1 972 443 6800
Europe, Middle East, Africa
Flowserve FSG – Italy
Worthing S.r.l.
Via Rossini 90/92
Your local Flowserve representative:
Flowserve Pump Division
3900 Cook Boulevard
Chesapeake
VA23323-1626 USA
20033 Desio (Milan), Italy
Telephone +39 0362 6121
Fax +39 0362 628 882
Latin America and Caribbean
Flowserve Corporation
6840 Wynnwood Lane
Telephone +1 757 485 8000
Fax +1 757 485 8149
Houston, Texas 77008, USA
Telephone +1 713 803 4434
Fax +1 713 803 4497
Flowserve Pumps
Flowserve GB Limited
Lowfield Works, Balderton
Newark, Notts NG24 3BU
United Kingdom
Telephone (24 hours): +44 1636 494 600
Sales & Admin Fax: +44 1636 705 991
Repair & Service Fax: +44 1636 494 833
Asia Pacific
Flowserve Pte. Ltd
10 Tuas Loop
Singapore 637345
Telephone +65 6771 0600
Fax +65 6862 2329
Email: [email protected]
To find your local Flowserve representative
please use the Sales Support Locator System
found at www.flowserve.com
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