Model S1F Non-Metallic Design Level 3 - Tri-Ark

Model S1F Non-Metallic Design Level 3 - Tri-Ark
SERVICE & OPERATING MANUAL
Model S1F Non-Metallic Design Level 3
Table of Contents
Engineering Data and Temperature Limitations ............................................................................ 1
Explanation of Pump Nomenclature .............................................................................................. 2
Performance Curve, Model S1F Non-Metallic Design Level 3 ...................................................... 3
Dimensions: S1F Non-Metallic ........................................................................................................ 4
Metric Dimensions: S1F Non-Metallic ............................................................................................. 5
Dimensions: S1F Spill Prevention .................................................................................................. 6
Metric Dimensions: S1F Spill Prevention ........................................................................................ 7
Principle of Pump Operation ........................................................................................................... 8
Installation and Start-up ................................................................................................................. 8
Air Supply ........................................................................................................................................ 8
Air Valve Lubrication ....................................................................................................................... 8
Air Line Moisture .............................................................................................................................. 8
Air Inlet and Priming ........................................................................................................................ 8
Between Uses ................................................................................................................................. 8
Installation Guide ............................................................................................................................ 9
Important Safety Information ........................................................................................................ 10
Material Codes .............................................................................................................................. 10
Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................................. 11
Warranty ........................................................................................................................................ 11
Composite Repair Parts Drawing .................................................................................................. 12
Overlay Option Drawing ................................................................................................................ 12
Composite Repair Parts List ......................................................................................................... 13
RuppGUARD™ Spill Prevention Option for Virgin PTFE Equipped Pumps ............................... 14
RuppGUARD™ Spill Prevention Repair Parts List ....................................................................... 14
RuppGUARD™ Spill Prevention Concept .................................................................................... 15
RuppGUARD™ Spill Prevention Option Diaphragm Servicing .................................................... 15
Filling RuppGUARD™ Chambers with Liquid ............................................................................... 15
RuppGUARD™ Spill Prevention Option for TPE Equipped Pumps ............................................ 16
RuppGUARD™ Spill Prevention Repair Parts List ....................................................................... 16
RuppGUARD™ Spill Prevention Concept with TPE Diaphragms ............................................... 17
RuppGUARD™ Spill Prevention Option with TPE Diaphragm .................................................... 17
Air Distribution Valve Assembly Drawing ...................................................................................... 18
Main Air Valve Assembly Parts List ............................................................................................... 18
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U.S. Patent #
400,210
5,996,627
6,241,487
Air Distribution Valve Servicing .....................................................................................................
Air Distribution Valve with Stroke Indicator Options .....................................................................
Air Distribution Valve with Stroke Indicator Parts List ..................................................................
Air Distribution Valve with Stroke Indicator Servicing ...................................................................
Solenoid Shifted Air Valve Drawing ..............................................................................................
Solenoid Shifted Air Valve List .....................................................................................................
Solenoid Shifted Air Distibution Valve Option ..............................................................................
Pilot Valve Assembly Drawing .......................................................................................................
Pilot Valve Assembly Parts List .....................................................................................................
Pilot Valve Servicing ......................................................................................................................
Diaphragm Service Drawing, Non-Overlay ...................................................................................
Diaphragm Service Drawing, with Overlay ....................................................................................
Diaphragm Servicing .....................................................................................................................
Overlay Diaphragm Service ..........................................................................................................
Pumping Hazardous Liquids .........................................................................................................
Converting the pump for piping the exhaust air ..........................................................................
Exhaust Conversion Drawing ........................................................................................................
Converted Exhaust Illustration .....................................................................................................
Modular Check Valve Servicing ....................................................................................................
Modular Check Valve Drawing ......................................................................................................
Dual Port Option Drawing .............................................................................................................
Dual Porting Options .....................................................................................................................
Dual porting of both suction and discharge ends of the pump ..................................................
Single porting of the suction and dual porting of the pump discharge ......................................
Dual porting of the suction and single porting of the pump discharge .......................................
RuppTech® Leak Detection Options Drawing .............................................................................
RuppTech® Electronic Leak Detector Installation .......................................................................
RuppTech® Mechanical Leak Detector Installation .....................................................................
RuppTech® Pulse Output Kit Drawing .........................................................................................
RuppTech® Pulse Output Kit Option ...........................................................................................
Exhaust Port or Auxiliary Muffler Setup .......................................................................................
Integral Muffler Setup ...................................................................................................................
Optional Muffler configurations, Drawing .....................................................................................
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Quality System
ISO9001 Certified
U.S. Patent #
5,996,627;
400,210;
6,241,487
Other U.S. Patents
Applied for
Environmental
Management System
ISO14001 Certified
Air Exhaust Side View
Air Inlet Side View
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S1F
Non-Metallic
Design Level 3
Ball Valve
Air-Powered
Double-Diaphragm Pump
ENGINEERING, PERFORMANCE
& CONSTRUCTION DATA
INTAKE/DISCHARGE PIPE SIZE
CAPACITY
AIR VALVE
SOLIDS-HANDLING
HEADS UP TO
DISPLACEMENT/STROKE
1" ANSI Flange or
PN10 25mm DIN Flange
0 to 45 gallons per minute
(0 to 170 liters per minute)
No-lube, no-stall
design
Up to .25 in. (6mm)
100 psi or 231 ft. of water
(7 bar or 70 meters)
.17 gallon / .64 liter
CAUTION! Operating temperature limitations are as follows:
Maximum*
Operating Temperatures
Minimum*
Optimum**
Santoprene® Injection molded thermoplastic elastomer with no fabric layer. Long mechanical flex
life. Excellent abrasion resistance.
212°F
100°C
-10°F
-23°C
50° to 212°F
10°C to 100°C
Virgin PTFE Chemically inert, virtually impervious. Very few chemicals are known to react chemically
with PTFE: molten alkali metals, turbulent liquid or gaseous fluorine and a few fluoro-chemicals such as
chlorine trifluoride or oxygen difluoride which readily liberate free fluorine at elevated temperatures.
212°F
100°C
-35°F
-37°C
50°F to 212°F
10°C to 100°C
PVDF
200°F
-93°C
-10°F
-13°C
Polypropylene
150°F
65°C
-40°F
5°C
Materials
For specific applications, always consult “Chemical Resistance Chart” Technical Bulletin
*Definite reduction in service life.
**Minimal reduction in service life at ends of range.
SandPIPER II® pumps are designed to be powered only by compressed air.
®Santoprene is a registered tradename of Monsanto Corporation
®SandPIPER II and Warren Rupp are registered tradenames of Warren Rupp, Inc.
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Explanation of Pump Nomenclature
S1F Non-Metallic · Design Level 3 · Ball Valve
Model
Pump Pump
Brand Size
S1FB3P1PPUS000.
S1FB3P2PPUS000.
S1FB3K1KPUS000.
S1FB3K2KPUS000.
S1FB3P3PPUV000.
S1FB3K3KPUV000.
S1FB3P4PPUV000.
S1FB3K4KPUV000.
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
1F
1F
1F
1F
1F
1F
1F
1F
Pump Brand
S= SandPIPER II®
Pump Size
1F= 1" Full Flow
Check Valve Type
B= Ball
Design Level
3= Design Level 3
Wetted Material
K= PVDF
P= Polypropylene
Diaphragm Check Valve
Materials
1= Santoprene/Santoprene
2= PTFESantoprene Backup/PTFE
3= PTFE Pumping, PTFE-Santoprene
Backup Driver/PTFE
4= Santoprene Pumping/Santoprene
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Check
Valve
Type
Design
Level
Wetted
Material
Diaphragm/
Check Valve
Materials
Check
Valve
Seat
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
P
P
K
K
P
K
P
K
1
2
1
2
3
3
4
4
P
P
K
K
P
K
P
K
Check Valve Seat
K= PVDF
P= Polypropylene
Non-Wetted Material Options
P= Polypropylene
X= Unpainted Aluminum
1= 40% Glass Filled Polypropylene
with PTFE hardware
Porting Options
U= Universal (Fits ANSI and DIN)
7= Dual Porting (ANSI)
8= Top Dual Porting (ANSI)
9= Bottom Dual Porting (ANSI)
Non-Wetted
Material
Porting
Options
Options
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
U
U
U
U
U
U
U
U
Pump Style
D= RuppGUARD™ with Electronic
Leak Detection (110V)
E= RuppGUARD™ with Electronic
Leak Detection (220V)
M= RuppGUARD™ with Mechanical
Leak Detection
S= Standard
V= RuppGUARD™ with Visual
Leak Detection
Pump Options
0= None
1= Sound Dampening Muffler
2= Mesh Muffler
3= High temperature Air Valve
w/Encapsulated Muffler
4= High temperature Air Valve
w/Sound Dampening Muffler
5= High temperature Air
Valve w/Mesh Muffler
Pump
Style
S
S
S
S
V
V
V
V
Pump
Kit
Options Options
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
00.
00.
00.
00.
00.
00.
00.
00.
Shipping
Weight
lbs. (kg)
42 (19)
42 (19)
54 (24)
54 (24)
48 (22)
64 (29)
48 (22)
64 (29)
Kit Options
00.= None
P0.= 0-30VDC Pulse Output Kit
P1.= Intrinsically-Safe 10-30VDC
Pulse Output Kit
P2.= 110/120 or 220/240VAC
Pulse Output Kit
P3.= Intrinsically-Safe 110/120VAC
Pulse Output Kit
P4.= Intrinsically-Safe 220/240VAC
Pulse Output Kit
E0.= Solenoid Kit with 24VDC Coil
E1.= Solenoid Kit with 24VDC
Explosion-Proof Coil
E2.= Solenoid Kit with 24VAC/
12VDC Coil
E3.= Solenoid Kit with 24VAC
12VDC Explosion-Proof Coil
E4.= Solenoid Kit with 110VAC Coil
E5.= Solenoid Kit with 110VAC
Explosion-Proof Coil
E6.= Solenoid Kit with 220VAC Coil
E7.= Solenoid Kit with 220VAC
Explosion-Proof Coil
SP.= Stroke Indicator Pins
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PSI
BAR
Performance Curve, Model S1F Non-Metallic
Design Level 3
5 (8.5)
10 (17)
15 (25.5)
7 100 1
00
PSI
20 (34)
(6.8
90
Bar
)
25 (42.5)
6
80
30 (51)
60
60 P
S
50
3
2
35 (59.5)
40 (68)
I (4.0
8 Ba
r)
45 (76.5)
40
40 PS
I
30
20
I (1.36
10
0
(2.72
20 PS
1
0
44 B
ar)
0
5
Bar)
Bar) A
ir Inlet
10
Pressu
re
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
30
25
20
15
10
5
9.7
7.6
6
4.5
3
1.5
NPSHR
4
I (5.
70
METERS
Head
5
FEET
80 P
S
55
U.S. Gallons per minute
0
10
20
30 40
50 60
70
80
90 100 110 120 130 140 150 160 170 180 190 200
Liters per minute
Capacity
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Dimensions: S1F Non-Metallic
Dimensions in Inches
Dimensional tolerance: ±1/8"
DIMENSION
Standard Pump
Pulse Output Kit
Mesh Muffler
Sound Dampening Muffler
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A
5 5/8"
7 3/8"
8 9/16"
8 9/16"
B
10 1/4"
12"
11 5/32"
11 5/32"
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Metric Dimensions: S1F Non-Metallic
Dimensions in Millimeters
Dimensional tolerance: ±3mm
DIMENSION
Standard Pump
Pulse Output Kit
Mesh Muffler
Sound Dampening Muffler
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A
143mm
187mm
167mm
167mm
B
260mm
305mm
283mm
283mm
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Dimensions: S1F Non-Metallic
with RuppGUARD™ Spill Prevention
Dimensions in Inches
Dimensional tolerance: ±1/8"
DIMENSION
Standard Pump
Pulse Output Kit
Mesh Muffler
Sound Dampening Muffler
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A
5 5/8"
7 3/8"
8 9/16"
8 9/16"
B
10 1/4"
12"
11 1/8"
11 1/8"
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Metric Dimensions: S1F Non-Metallic
with RuppGUARD™ Spill Prevention
Dimensions in Millimeters
Dimensional tolerance: ±3mm
DIMENSION
Standard Pump
Pulse Output Kit
Mesh Muffler
Sound Dampening Muffler
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A
143mm
187mm
167mm
167mm
B
260mm
305mm
283mm
283mm
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PRINCIPLE OF PUMP OPERATION
This ball type check valve pump is
powered by compressed air and is a 1:1
ratio design. The inner side of one
diaphragm chamber is alternately
pressurized while simultaneously
exhausting the other inner chamber. This
causes the diaphragms, which are
connected by a common rod secured
by plates to the centers of the
diaphragms, to move in a reciprocating
action. (As one diaphragm performs the
discharge stroke the other diaphragm
is pulled to perform the suction stroke
in the opposite chamber.) Air pressure
is applied over the entire inner surface
of the diaphragm while liquid is
discharged from the opposite side of the
diaphragm. The diaphragm operates in
a balanced condition during the
discharge stroke which allows the pump
to be operated at discharge heads over
200 feet (61 meters) of water.
For maximum diaphragm life, keep
the pump as close to the liquid being
pumped as possible. Positive suction
head in excess of 10 feet of liquid (3.048
meters) may require a back pressure
regulating device to maximize
diaphragm life.
Alternate pressurizing and
exhausting of the diaphragm chamber
is performed by an externally mounted,
pilot operated, four way spool type air
distribution valve. When the spool shifts
to one end of the valve body, inlet
pressure is applied to one diaphragm
chamber and the other diaphragm
chamber exhausts. When the spool
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shifts to the opposite end of the valve
body, the pressure to the chambers is
reversed. The air distribution valve spool
is moved by a internal pilot valve which
alternately pressurizes one end of the
air distribution valve spool while
exhausting the other end. The pilot valve
is shifted at each end of the diaphragm
stroke when a actuator plunger is
contacted by the diaphragm plate. This
actuator plunger then pushes the end of
the pilot valve spool into position to
activate the air distribution valve.
The chambers are connected with
manifolds with a suction and discharge
check valve for each chamber,
maintaining flow in one direction through
the pump.
INSTALLATION AND START-UP
Locate the pump as close to the
product being pumped as possible. Keep
the suction line length and number of
fittings to a minimum. Do not reduce the
suction line diameter.
For installations of rigid piping, short
sections of flexible hose should be
installed between the pump and the
piping. The flexible hose reduces
vibration and strain to the pumping
system. A surge suppressor is
recommended to fur ther reduce
pulsation in flow.
AIR SUPPLY
Air supply pressure cannot exceed
100 psi (7 bar). Connect the pump air
inlet to an air supply of sufficient
capacity and pressure required for
desired performance. When the air
supply line is solid piping, use a short
length of flexible hose not less than ½"
(13mm) in diameter between the pump
and the piping to reduce strain to the
piping. The weight of the air supply line,
regulators and filters must be supported
by some means other than the air inlet
cap. Failure to provide support for the
piping may result in damage to the
pump. A pressure regulating valve
should be installed to insure air supply
pressure does not exceed recommended
limits.
AIR VALVE LUBRICATION
The air distribution valve and the pilot
valve are designed to operate WITHOUT
lubrication. This is the preferred mode
of operation. There may be instances of
personal preference or poor quality air
supplies when lubrication of the
compressed air supply is required. The
pump air system will operate with
properly lubricated compressed air
supply. Proper lubrication requires the
use of an air line lubricator (available from
Warren Rupp) set to deliver one drop of
SAE 10 non-detergent oil for every 20
SCFM (9.4 liters/sec.) of air the pump
consumes at the point of operation.
Consult the pump’s published
Performance Curve to determine this.
to supplement the user’s air drying
equipment. This device removes water
from the compressed air supply and
alleviates the icing or freezing problems.
AIR INLET AND PRIMING
To start the pump, open the air valve
approximately ½ to ¾ turn. After the
pump primes, the air valve can be
opened to increase air flow as desired.
If opening the valve increases cycling
rate, but does not increase the rate of
flow, cavitation has occurred. The valve
should be closed slightly to obtain the
most efficient air flow to pump flow ratio.
BETWEEN USES
When the pump is used for materials
that tend to settle out or solidify when
not in motion, the pump should be flushed
after each use to prevent damage.
(Product remaining in the pump between
uses could dry out or settle out. This could
cause problems with the diaphragms and
check valves at restart.) In freezing
temperatures the pump must be
completely drained between uses in all
cases.
AIR LINE MOISTURE
Water in the compressed air supply
can create problems such as icing or
freezing of the exhaust air, causing the
pump to cycle erratically or stop
operating. Water in the air supply can be
reduced by using a point-of-use air dryer
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INSTALLATION GUIDE
Top Discharge Ball Valve Unit
1
Available from
Warren Rupp
1 DA05 Surge Suppressor
2 020-049-000 Filter/Regulator
3 020-049-001 Lubricator
4 Air Dryer
CAUTION
The air exhaust should be
piped to an area for safe
disposition of the product
being pumped, in the event
of a diaphragm failure.
4
2
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Material Codes
Important Safety Information
IMPORTANT
Read these safety warnings
and instructions in this
manual completely, before
installation and start-up
of the pump. It is the
responsibility of the purchaser to retain this
manual for reference. Failure to comply with
the recommendations stated in this manual will
damage the pump, and void factory warranty.
CAUTION
Before pump operation,
inspect all gasketed
fasteners for looseness
caused by gasket creep.
Re-torque loose fasteners
to prevent leakage. Follow recommended
torques stated in this manual.
WARNING
This pump is pressurized
internally with air pressure
during operation. Always
make certain that all bolting
is in good condition and that
all of the correct bolting is reinstalled during
assembly.
WARNING
When used for toxic or
aggressive fluids, the pump
should always be flushed
clean prior to disassembly.
WARNING
WARNING
Before maintenance or
repair, shut off the compressed air line, bleed the
pressure, and disconnect
the air line from the pump.
The discharge line may be pressurized and
must be bled of its pressure.
Before
doing
any
maintenance on the pump, be
certain all pressure is
completely vented from the
pump, suction, discharge,
piping, and all other openings and connections.
Be certain the air supply is locked out or made
non-operational, so that it cannot be started while
work is being done on the pump. Be certain that
approved eye protection and protective clothing
are worn all times in the vicinity of the pump.
Failure to follow these recommendations may
result in serious injury or death.
WARNING
In the event of diaphragm
rupture, pumped material
may enter the air end of the
pump, and be discharged
into the atmosphere. If
pumping a product which is hazardous or toxic,
the air exhaust must be piped to an appropriate
area for safe disposition.
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WARNING
Airborne particles and loud
noise hazards.
Wear ear and eye protection.
The Last 3 Digits of Part Number
000 ......... Assembly, sub-assembly; and some purchased items
010 ......... Cast Iron
012 ......... Powered Metal
015 ......... Ductile Iron
020 ......... Ferritic Malleable Iron
025 ........ Music Wire
080 ........ Carbon Steel, AISI B-1112
100 ........ Alloy 20
110 ........ Alloy Type 316 Stainless Steel
111 ........ Alloy Type 316 Stainless Steel (Electro Polished)
112 ........ Alloy “C” (Hastelloy equivalent)
113 ......... Alloy Type 316 Stainless Steel (Hand Polished)
114 ......... 303 Stainless Steel
115 ......... 302/304 Stainless Steel
117 ......... 440-C Stainless Steel (Martensitic)
120 ......... 416 Stainless Steel (Wrought Martensitic)
123 ......... 410 Stainless Steel (Wrought Martensitic)
148 ........ Hardcoat Anodized Aluminum
149 ........ 2024-T4 Aluminum
150 ........ 6061-T6 Aluminum
151 ........ 6063-T6 Aluminum
152 ........ 2024-T4 Aluminum (2023-T351)
154 ........ Almag 35 Aluminum
155 ........ 356-T6 Aluminum
156 ........ 356-T6 Aluminum
157 ........ Die Cast Aluminum Alloy #380
158 ........ Aluminum Alloy SR-319
159 ......... Anodized Aluminum
162 ......... Brass, Yellow, Screw Machine Stock
165 ........ Cast Bronze, 85-5-5-5
166 ........ Bronze, SAE 660
170 ........ Bronze, Bearing Type, Oil Impregnated
175 ........ Die Cast Zinc
180 ........ Copper Alloy
305 ........ Carbon Steel, Gray Epoxy Coated
306 ......... Carbon Steel, Black PTFE Coated
307 ........ Aluminum, Gray Epoxy Coated
308 ......... Stainless Steel, Black PTFE Coated
309 ......... Aluminum, Black PTFE Coated
310 ......... Kynar® Coated
330 ......... Zinc Plated Steel
331 ........ Chrome Plated Steel
332 ........ Aluminum, Electroless Nickel Plated
333 ........ Carbon Steel, Electroless Nickel Plated
335 ........ Galvanized Steel
336 ........ Zinc Plated Yellow Brass
337 ........ Silver Plated Steel
340 ........ Nickel Plated
342 ........ Filled Nylon
353 ......... Geolast; Color: Black
354 ........ Injection Molded #203-40 Santoprene - Duro 40D
+/-5; Color: RED
355 ........ Thermal Plastic
356 ......... Hytrel®
357 ........ Injection Molded Polyurethane
358 ........ Rupplon (Urethane Rubber). Color coded:
PURPLE (Some Applications) (Compression Mold)
359 ........ Urethane Rubber
360 ........ Buna-N Rubber. Color coded: RED
361 ........ Buna-N
363 ........ Viton (Flurorel). Color coded: YELLOW
364 ........ E.P.D.M. Rubber. Color coded: BLUE
365 ........ Neoprene Rubber. Color coded: GREEN
366 ........ Food Grade Nitrile
368 ......... Food Grade EPDM
370 ......... Butyl Rubber. Color coded: BROWN
371 ........ Philthane (Tuftane)
374 ......... Carboxylated Nytrile
375 ........ Fluorinated Nitrile
378 ........ High Density Polypropylene
405 ........ Cellulose Fibre
408 ........ Cork and Neoprene
425 ........ Compressed Fibre
426 ........ Blue Gard
440 ........ Vegetable Fibre
465 ........ Fibre
500 ........ Delrin 500
501 ........ Delrin 570
502 ........ Conductive Acetal, ESD-800
503 ........ Conductive Acetal, Glass-Filled
505 ........ Acrylic Resin Plastic
506 ........ Delrin 150
520 ........ Injection Molded PVDF Natural color
540 ........ Nylon
541 ........ Nylon
542 ........ Nylon
544 ........ Nylon Injection Molded
550 ........ Polyethylene
551 ......... Glass Filled Polypropylene
552 ......... Unfilled Polypropylene
553 ......... Unfilled Polypropylene
555 ......... Polyvinyl Chloride
556 ......... Black Vinyl
558 ......... Glass Filled Conductive HDPE
570 ......... Rulon II
580 ......... Ryton
590 ......... Valox
591 ......... Nylatron G-S
592 ........ Nylatron NSB
600 ......... Virgin PTFE
601 ......... PTFE (Bronze and moly filled)
602 ......... Filled PTFE
603 ........ Blue Gylon
604 ......... Virgin PTFE
607 ........ Envelon
606 ......... Injected molded PFA
610 ......... Encapsulated Silicon
611 ......... Encapsulated Viton
632 ......... Neoprene/Hytrel
633 ........ Viton/PTFE
634 ........ EPDM/PTFE
637 ......... PTFE, Viton
638 ......... PTFE, Hytrel
639 ......... Buna-N
643 ......... Santoprene®/EPDM
644 ......... Santoprene®
Delrin, Viton and Hytrel are registered tradenames of
E.I. DuPont.
Gylon is a registered tradename of Garlock, Inc.
Nylatron is a registered tradename of Polymer Corp.
Santoprene is a registered tradename of Monsanto Corp.
Kynar® is a registered tradename of ATOFINA Chemicals,Inc.
Rulon II is a registered tradename of Dixion Industries Corp.
Hastelloy-C is a registered tradename of Cabot Corp.
Ryton is a registered tradename of Phillips Chemical Co.
Valox is a registered tradename of General Electric Co.
Warren Rupp, Rupplon, SandPIPER, SandPIPER II, PortaPump,
Tranquilizer, RuppGUARD, RuppTech and SludgeMaster are
tradenames of Warren Rupp, Inc.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Possible Symptoms:
• Pump will not cycle.
• Pump cycles, but produces no flow.
• Pump cycles, but flow rate is
unsatisfactory.
• Pump cycle seems unbalanced.
• Pump cycle seems to produce
excessive vibration.
What to Check: Excessive suction lift
in system.
Corrective Action: For lifts exceeding
20 feet (6 meters), filling the pumping
chambers with liquid will prime the pump
in most cases.
What to Check: Excessive flooded
suction in system.
Corrective Action: For flooded
conditions exceeding 10 feet (3 meters)
of liquid, install a back pressure device.
What to Check: System head exceeds
air supply pressure.
Corrective Action: Increase the inlet air
pressure to the pump. Most diaphragm
pumps are designed for 1:1 pressure
ratio at zero flow.
What to Check: Air supply pressure or
volume exceeds system head.
Corrective Action: Decrease inlet air
pressure and volume to the pump
as calculated on the published
PERFORMANCE CURVE. Pump is
cavitating the fluid by fast cycling.
520-199-000
7/02
What to Check: Undersized suction line.
Corrective Action: Meet or exceed
pump connection recommendations
shown on the DIMENSIONAL
DRAWING.
What to Check: Restricted or undersized
air line.
Corrective Action: Install a larger air line
and connection. Refer to air inlet
recommendations shown in your pump’s
SERVICE MANUAL.
What to Check: Check ESADS, the
Externally Serviceable Air Distribution
System of the pump.
Corrective Action: Disassemble and
inspect the main air distribution valve,
pilot valve and pilot valve actuators.
Refer to the parts drawing and air valve
section of the SERVICE MANUAL.
Check for clogged discharge or closed
valve before reassembly.
What to Check: Rigid pipe connections
to pump.
Corrective Action: Install flexible
connectors and a surge suppressor.
What to Check: Blocked air exhaust
muffler.
Corrective Action: Remove muffler
screen, clean or de-ice and reinstall.
Refer to the Air Exhaust section of your
pump SERVICE MANUAL.
What to Check: Pumped fluid in air
exhaust muffler.
Corrective Action: Disassemble pump
chambers. Inspect for diaphragm rupture
or loose diaphragm plate assembly. Refer
to the Diaphragm Replacement section
of your pump SERVICE MANUAL.
What to Check: Blocked pumping
chamber.
Corrective Action: Disassemble and
inspect the wetted chambers of the
pump. Remove or flush any obstructions.
Refer to the pump SERVICE MANUAL
for disassembly instructions.
What to Check: Suction side air leakage
or air in product.
Corrective Action: Visually inspect all
suction side gaskets and pipe
connections.
What to Check: Entrained air or vapor
lock in one or both pumping chambers.
Corrective Action: Purge chambers
through tapped chamber vent plugs.
PURGING THE CHAMBERS OF AIR
CAN BE DANGEROUS! Contact the
Warren Rupp Technical Services
Department before performing this
procedure. A model with top-ported
discharge will reduce or eliminate
problems with entrained air.
If your pump continues to perform
below your expectations, contact your
local Warren Rupp Distributor or factory
Technical Services Group for a service
evaluation.
What to Check: Obstructed check
valve.
Corrective Action: Disassemble the wet
end of the pump and manually dislodge
obstruction in the check valve pocket.
Refer to the Check Valve section of the
pump SERVICE MANUAL for
disassembly instructions.
What to Check: Worn or misaligned
check valve or check valve seat.
Corrective Action: Inspect check valves
and seats for wear and proper seating.
Replace if necessary. Refer to Check
Valve section of the pump SERVICE
MANUAL for disassembly instructions.
Warranty
Refer to the enclosed Warren Rupp
Warranty Certificate.
What to Check: Blocked suction line.
Corrective Action: Remove or flush
obstruction. Check and clear all suction
screens and strainers.
What to Check: Blocked discharge line.
Corrective Action: Check for obstruction
or closed discharge line valves.
Model S1F Non-Metallic Design Level 3 Page 11
Composite Repair Parts Drawing
AVAILABLE SERVICE AND CONVERSION KITS
476-217-000
476-169-558
476-218-000
476-170-558
476-197-354
476-197-654
476-198-655
476-198-354
AIR END KIT (For Polypropylene Center Section)
Seals, O-rings, Gaskets, Retaining RIngs, Air Valve
Sleeve & Spool Set and Pilot Valve Assembly
AIR END KIT (For Aluminum Center Section)
Seals, O-rings, Gaskets, Retaining RIngs, Air Valve
Sleeve & Spool Set and Pilot Valve Assembly
AIR END KIT (Stroke Indicator Option, For
Polypropylene Center Section)
Seals, O-rings, Gaskets, Retaining Rings, Air Valve,
Sleeve & Spool Set and Pilot Valve Assemlby
AIR END KIT (Stroke Indicator Option, For
Aluminum Center Section)
Seals, O-rings, Gaskets, Retaining Rings, Air Valve,
Sleeve & Spool Set and Pilot Valve Assemlby
WETTED END KIT
Santoprene Diaphragms, Santoprene Balls and
PTFE Seals
WETTED END KIT
Santoprene Diaphragms, PTFE Overlay
Diaphragms, TFE Balls and TFE Seals
WETTED END KIT
(For Polypropylene RuppGUARD™)
Santoprene Diaphragms, PTFE Overlay Diaphragms,
PTFE Pumping Diaphragms, PTFE Balls and PTFE Seals
WETTED END KIT
(For Polypropylene RuppGUARD™)
Santoprene Diaphragms, Santoprene Pumping
Diaphragms, Santoprene Ckeck Balls and PTFE Seals
HARDWARE KITS
RuppTech® PULSE OUTPUT KITS
(For Use With 530-010-000 Mufflers, or Piped Exhaust)
475-198-001
475-198-002
475-198-003
475-198-004
475-198-005
475-198-006
475-198-007
475-198-008
475-198-009
475-198-010
DC Kit
DC Intrinsically Safe Kit
110 / 120 VAC or 220 / 240 VAC Kit
110 / 120 VAC Intrinsically Safe Kit
220 / 240 VAC Intrinsically Safe Kit
(For Use With Encapsulated 530-028-550 Muffler)
DC Kit
DC Intrinsically Safe Kit
110 / 120 VAC or 220 / 240 VAC Kit
110 / 120 VAC Intrinsically Safe Kit
220 / 240 VAC Intrinsically Safe Kit
Overlay Option
RuppTech® ELECTRONIC LEAK DETECTOR KITS
032-037-000
032-045-000
110 VAC / 220 VAC
12 - 32 VDC
520-199-000
7/02
Model S1F Non-Metallic Design Level 3 Page 12
Composite Repair Parts List
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Part Number
031-155-000
031-155-002
031-156-000
031-156-002
031-157-000
031-158-000
050-042-354
050-042-600
070-006-170
095-096-558
114-024-551
114-024-307
114-024-309
132-035-360
135-034-506
165-125-551
165-125-307
165-125-309
170-020-115
170-020-308
170-030-115
170-030-308
170-052-115
170-052-308
170-069-115
170-069-308
171-053-115
171-015-115
171-015-308
171-059-115
171-059-308
15
16
17
196-157-520
196-157-552
196-177-551
196-177-307
196-177-309
286-107-354
Description
Qty
Air Valve Assembly
1
Air Valve Assembly w/ PTFE Coated Hardware
1
Air Valve Assembly (No Encapsulated Muffler)
1
Air Valve Assembly (No Muffler / PTFE Hardware) 1
Air Valve Assembly (With Stroke Indicator Option) 1
Air Valve Assembly (No Muffler w/ Stroke Indicator) 1
Ball, Check
4
Ball, Check
4
Bushing (With 114-024-307/309)
2
Pilot Valve Assembly
1
Intermediate Assembly
1
Intermediate Assembly
1
Intermediate Assembly
1
Bumper, Diaphragm
2
Bushing, Plunger
2
Cap, Air Inlet
1
Cap, Air Inlet
1
Cap, Air Inlet
1
Capscrew, Hex HD 3/8 - 16 x 2.00
16
Capscrew, Hex HD 3/8 - 16 x 2.00
16
Capscrew, Hex HD 1/2 - 13 x 2.00
16
Capscrew, Hex HD 1/2 - 13 x 2.00
16
Capscrew, Hex HD 3/8 - 16 x 2.25
16
Capscrew, Hex HD 3/8 - 16 x 2.25
16
Capscrew, Hex HD 5/16 - 18 x 1.75
4
Capscrew, Hex HD 5/16 - 18 x 1.75
4
Capscrew, Soc HD 3/8 - 16 x 2.50
4
Capscrew, Soc HD 3/8 - 16 x .88
8
Capscrew, Soc HD 3/8 - 16 x .88
8
Capscrew, Soc HD 7/16 - 14 x 1.25
8
(With 114-024-307/309)
Capscrew, Soc HD 7/16 - 14 x 1.25
8
(With 114-024-307/309)
Chamber, Outer
2
Chamber, Outer
2
Chamber, Inner
2
Chamber, Inner
2
Chamber, Inner
2
Diaphragm
2
Item
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
Part Number
286-108-600
312-104-520
312-104-552
312-113-520
312-113-552
360-093-360
360-103-360
360-104-360
360-107-360
360-105-360
518-179-520
518-179-552
545-005-115
545-005-308
545-008-115
545-008-308
560-001-360
612-200-157
612-200-082
612-204-520
612-204-552
620-020-115
670-048-520
670-048-552
675-042-115
685-058-120
720-004-360
720-044-600
720-047-600
722-079-520
722-079-552
901-009-115
901-009-308
901-038-115
901-038-308
901-046-115
901-046-308
901-048-115
901-048-308
Not Shown:
535-069-000
520-199-000
7/02
Description
Qty
Diaphragm, Overlay
2
Elbow
2
Elbow
2
Elbow, Suction
2
Elbow, Suction
2
Gasket, Air Valve
1
Gasket, Pilot Valve
1
Gasket, Air Inlet
1
Gasket, Inner Chamber (With 114-024-551)
2
Gasket, Inner Chamber (With 114-024-307/309)
2
Manifold
2
Manifold
2
Nut, Hex 3/8 - 16
32
Nut, Hex 3/8 - 16
32
Nut, Hex 1/2 - 13
16
Nut, Hex 1/2 - 13
16
O-ring
2
Inner Diaphragm Plate
2
Inner Diaphragm Plate
2
Outer Diaphragm Plate
2
Outer Diaphragm Plate
2
Plunger, Actuator
2
Retainer, Ball
4
Retainer, Ball
4
Ring, Retainer
2
Rod, Diaphragm
1
Seal, Diaphragm Rod
2
Seal, Manifold Spacer
4
Seal, Check Valve
8
Seat, Check Valve
4
Seat, Check Valve
4
Washer, Flat 5/16"
64
Washer, Flat 5/16"
64
Washer, Flat 5/16"
4
Washer, Flat 5/16"
4
Washer, Flat 1/2"
32
Washer, Flat 1/2"
32
Washer, Flat 3/8"
4
Washer, Flat 3/8"
4
Nameplate
Model S1F Non-Metallic Design Level 3 Page 13
RuppGUARD™ Option For Virgin PTFE
Equipped Pumps Drawing
26
39
S1F SPILL PREVENTION REPAIR PARTS LIST FOR VIRGIN
PTFE EQUIPPED PUMPS
46
16
14
Item
43
36
34
6
170-114-308
41
17
29
10
44
10
18
41
45
46
36
50
48
30
44
47
48
49
39
26
48
51
47
51
52
50
26
15
49
39
39
52
53
54
538-022-110
538-022-308
560-078-611
618-003-110
618-003-308
618-025-110
618-025-308
618-031-110
618-031-308
835-005-110
835-005-308
860-056-606
866-060-110
Description
Capscrew, Hex HD 3/8 - 16 x 4.50
(Replace 170-052-115)
Capscrew, Hex HD 3/8 - 16 x 4.50
(Replace 170-052-115)
Chamber, Spill Prevention
Chamber, Spill Prevention
Diaphragm, Pumping
Manifold, Spill Prevention
(Replace 518-179-520)
Manifold, Spill Prevention
(Replace 518-179-520)
Nipple, Pipe
Nipple, Pipe
O-ring
Plug, Pipe
Plug, Pipe
Plug, Boss
Plug, Boss
Plug, Boss
Plug, Boss
Tee, Pipe
Tee, Pipe
Tube, Sight
Connector, Tube
Qty
16
16
2
2
2
2
2
4
4
8
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
2
4
*Note: The Diaphragm is to be installed with the convex side facing toward
the outer chamber. See drawing.
43
41
Note:
Item 45
The diaphragm
is to be
installed with
the convex
side facing
toward the
outer
chambers.
50
48
54
196-159-552
196-159-520
286-094-600
518-180-520
518-180-552
45
53
Part Number
170-114-115
10
10
41
36
46
36
520-199-000
7/02
Model S1F Non-Metallic Design Level 3 Page 14
RuppGUARD™ FOR VIRGIN PTFE
EQUIPPED PUMPS CONCEPT
The spill prevention option prevents
the air end components from being
contaminated or damaged when a
pumping diaphragm ruptures while
pumping caustic or toxic materials. It
also helps to protect the environment.
With the installation of optional leak
detectors (either mechanical or
electronic) the diaphragm rupture can be
detected. The pump can then be shut
down and repaired before any caustic or
toxic materials can enter the air end and
be exhausted into the surrounding
environment.
RuppGUARD™ OPTION DIAPHRAGM
SERVICING
To service the diaphragms first shut
off the suction, then shut off the
discharge lines to the pump. Next shut
off the compressed air supply, bleed the
pressure from the pump, and disconnect
the air supply line from the pump. Drain
any remaining pumped liquid from the
pump. Remove the pump before
servicing.
Next, drain the fluid from the spill
prevention chambers. This can be done
by removing the bottom plug (item 50)
from each spill prevention chamber.
After the fluid from the spill
prevention chambers has been drained,
the wet end components can now be
removed. See diaphragm servicing
section for detailed instructions. The spill
prevention option has two additional
virgin PTFE pumping diaphragms (item
45). These diaphragms are installed with
520-199-000
7/02
the natural convex curve toward the
outer chamber (items 14 from the pump
assembly drawing). The molded
directional arrows on the diaphragms
must point vertically.
FILLING RuppGUARD™ CHAMBERS
WITH LIQUID
THE CHAMBERS ARE FILLED
WITH WATER AT THE FACTORY.
If you prefer to substitute another
liquid, to prevent system contamination
consult the factory first to determine
compatibility of the substitute with pump
construction.
Follow the steps listed here to replace
the liquid in the pump after disassembly
or liquid loss:
1. Drain the fluid in the spill
prevention chambers by removing the
bottom two boss plugs (items 50).
Replace the bottom two boss plugs after
the fluid is drained.
2. Remove the eight capscrews (item
10) fastening the discharge manifold and
elbows to the outer chambers (items 15).
The discharge manifolds and elbows can
now be removed.
3. Remove the top two boss plugs
(items 50). The spill prevention
chambers are filled through the exposed
ports.
4. Apply air pressure to the air
distribution valve. Install safety clip
(item 1-K) into the smaller unthreaded
hole in one end cap (item 1-E). This
locks the valve spool to one side,
keeping the pump from shifting.
5. Face the side of the pump with
the installed safety clip. If the safety clip
is installed in the top end cap, fill the
left spill containment chamber. If the
safety clip is installed on the bottom end
cap, fill the right spill prevention chamber.
The volume of fluid is 1198 ml (40.49 fl.
oz.). It is important that the exact amount
of fluid is used. Too little or too much
fluid causes premature diaphragm
failure and erratic pumping.
6. Loosely reinstall one boss plug
(item 50) to the filled spill prevention
chamber.
7. Shut off air supply. Remove safety
clip. Adjust the air line regulator so that
air pressure slowly fills the pump. The
diaphragm expands, forcing the fluid in
the chamber to be slowly displaced.
When the pump shifts to the opposite
side, quickly install the safety clip.
8. Loosen the top boss plug on the
filled chambers. This allows fluid in the
chamber to purge trapped air from the
chamber. This can be seen by watching
the column of fluid in the sight tube. When
fluid appears at the top of the port,
quickly tighten the boss plug. Fluid loss
of 1 to 2ml is acceptable.
9. Tilt the pump so the uppermost
pipe tee (item 52) is in the vertical
position. Loosen the pipe plug (item 49).
This will allow trapped air to purge
through the pipe tee. When fluid appears
at the tee opening, reinstall the pipe
plug.
NOTE: If all air is not purged using
this procedure, remove the check valve
components from the top port of the outer
chamber (item 15). Apply manual
pressure to the pumping diaphragm by
inserting a blunt instrument into the top
port of the outer chamber and applying
pressure to the diaphragm. Loosen the
pipe plug (item 49) allowing the fluid to
purge any remaining trapped air.
Reinstall the plug.
10. Repeat steps 5 through 9 to fill
opposite spill prevention chamber.
11. Reinstall the check valve
components, discharge manifold and
elbows to the pump. The pump is now
ready for operation.
IMPORTANT
Read these instructions
completely, before installation and start-up. It
is the responsibility of
the purchaser to retain
this manual for reference. Failure to
comply with the recommendations stated
in this manual will damage the pump, and
void factory warranty.
Model S1F Non-Metallic Design Level 3 Page 15
RuppGUARD™ Option For TPE
Equipped Pumps Drawing
46
S1F SPILL PREVENTION REPAIR PARTS LIST FOR TPE
EQUIPPED PUMPS
36
26
39
16
14
Item
43
41
10
34
10
6
170-114-308
41
17
29
36
44
50
46
48
44
47
55
48
49
39
26
48
51
50
51
52
48
47
50
26
15
49
54
53
54
55
18
538-022-110
538-022-308
560-078-611
618-003-110
618-003-308
618-025-110
618-025-308
618-031-110
618-031-308
835-005-110
835-005-308
860-056-606
866-060-110
286-092-354*
286-108-600
Description
Capscrew, Hex HD 3/8 - 16 x 4.50
(Replace 170-052-115)
Capscrew, Hex HD 3/8 - 16 x 4.50
(Replace 170-052-115)
Chamber, Spill Prevention
Chamber, Spill Prevention
Manifold, Spill Prevention
(Replace 518-179-520)
Manifold, Spill Prevention
(Replace 518-179-552)
Nipple, Pipe
Nipple, Pipe
O-ring
Plug, Pipe
Plug, Pipe
Plug, Boss
Plug, Boss
Plug, Boss
Plug, Boss
Tee, Pipe
Tee, Pipe
Tube, Sight
Connector, Tube
Diaphragm, Pumping
Diaphragm, Overlay is not used
Qty
16
16
2
2
2
2
4
4
8
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
2
4
2
2
39
39
52
196-159-552
196-159-520
518-180-520
518-180-552
30
53
Part Number
170-114-115
43
*Note: The Diaphragm is to be installed with the convex side facing toward
the outer chamber. See drawing.
41
Note:
Item 55
The diaphragm
is to be
installed with
the convex
side facing
toward the
outer
chambers.
10
10
41
36
46
36
520-199-000
7/02
Model S1F Non-Metallic Design Level 3 Page 16
RuppGUARD™ FOR TPE EQUIPPED
PUMPS CONCEPT
The spill prevention option prevents
the air end components from being
contaminated or damaged when a
pumping diaphragm ruptures while
pumping caustic or toxic materials. It
also helps to protect the environment.
With the installation of optional leak
detectors (either mechanical or
electronic) the diaphragm rupture can be
detected. The pump can then be shut
down and repaired before any caustic or
toxic materials can enter the air end and
be exhausted into the surrounding
environment.
RuppGUARD™ OPTION DIAPHRAGM
SERVICING
To service the diaphragms first shut
off the suction, then shut off the
discharge lines to the pump. Next shut
off the compressed air supply, bleed the
pressure from the pump, and disconnect
the air supply line from the pump. Drain
any remaining pumped liquid from the
pump. Remove the pump before
servicing.
Next, drain the fluid from the spill
prevention chambers. This can be done
by removing the bottom plug (item 50)
from each spill prevention chamber.
After the fluid from the spill
prevention chambers has been drained,
the wet end components can now be
removed. See diaphragm servicing
section for detailed instructions. The spill
prevention option has two additional TPE
pumping diaphragms (item 55). These
diaphragms are installed with the natural
520-199-000
7/02
concave curve toward the outer
chamber (items 15 from the pump
assembly drawing). The molded
directional arrows on the diaphragms
must point vertically.
FILLING RuppGUARD™ CHAMBERS
WITH LIQUID
THE CHAMBERS ARE FILLED
WITH WATER AT THE FACTORY.
If you prefer to substitute another
liquid, to prevent system contamination
consult the factory first to determine
compatibility of the substitute with pump
construction.
Follow the steps listed here to replace
the liquid in the pump after disassembly
or liquid loss:
1. Drain the fluid in the spill
prevention chambers by removing the
bottom two boss plugs (items 50).
Replace the bottom two boss plugs after
the fluid is drained.
2. Remove the eight capscrews (item
10) fastening the discharge manifold and
elbows to the outer chambers (items 15).
The discharge manifolds and elbows can
now be removed.
3. Remove the top two boss plugs
(items 50). The spill prevention
chambers are filled through the exposed
ports.
4. Apply air pressure to the air
distribution valve. Install safety clip
(item 1-K) into the smaller unthreaded
hole in one end cap (item 1-E). This
locks the valve spool to one side,
keeping the pump from shifting.
5. Face the side of the pump with
the installed safety clip. If the safety clip
is installed in the top end cap, fill the
left spill prevention chamber. If the safety
clip is installed on the bottom end cap,
fill the right spill prevention chamber.
6. Loosely reinstall one boss plug
(item 50) to the filled spill prevention
chamber.
7. Shut off air supply. Remove safety
clip. Adjust the air line regulator so that
air pressure slowly fills the pump. The
diaphragm expands, forcing the fluid in
the chamber to be slowly displaced.
When the pump shifts to the opposite
side, quickly install the safety clip.
8. Loosen the top boss plug on the
filled chambers. This allows fluid in the
chamber to purge trapped air from the
chamber. This can be seen by watching
the column of fluid in the sight tube. When
fluid appears at the top of the port,
quickly tighten the boss plug. Fluid loss
of 1 to 2ml is acceptable.
9. Tilt the pump so the uppermost
pipe tee (item 52) is in the vertical
position. Loosen the pipe plug (item 49).
This will allow trapped air to purge
through the pipe tee. When fluid appears
at the tee opening, reinstall the pipe
plug.
NOTE: If all air is not purged using
this procedure, remove the check valve
components from the top port of the outer
chamber (item 15). Apply manual
pressure to the pumping diaphragm by
inserting a blunt instrument into the top
port of the outer chamber and applying
pressure to the diaphragm. Loosen the
pipe plug (item 49) allowing the fluid to
purge any remaining trapped air.
Reinstall the plug.
10. Repeat steps 5 through 9 to fill
opposite spill prevention chamber.
11. Reinstall the check valve
components, discharge manifold and
elbows to the pump. The pump is now
ready for operation.
IMPORTANT
Read these instructions
completely, before installation and start-up. It
is the responsibility of
the purchaser to retain
this manual for reference. Failure to
comply with the recommendations stated
in this manual will damage the pump, and
void factory warranty.
Model S1F Non-Metallic Design Level 3 Page 17
Air Distribution Valve Assembly Drawing
S1F Design Level 3
AIR VALVE ASSEMBLY PARTS LIST
1-J
1-H
1-G
1-D
1-G
1-E
1-F
1-C
1-A
Item
1
1-A
1-B
1-C
1-D
1-E
1-F
1-G
1-H
1-J
Part Number
031-140-000
031-139-000
095-094-551
132-029-552
165-096-551
165-115-552
530-028-550
560-020-360
675-044-115
710-015-115
Description
Air Valve Assembly
Sleeve and Spool Set
Body, Air Valve
Bumper
Cap, Muffler
Cap, End
Muffler
O-ring
Ring, Retaining
Screw, Self-tapping
Qty
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
8
2
4
For Pumps with Alternate Mesh, Sound Dampening Mufflers or Piped
Exhaust:
1
031-141-000
Air Valve Assembly
1
(Includes all items used on 031-140-000 minus
items 1-D, 1-F & 1-J)
1-A
1-B
1-C
1-E
1-G
1-H
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Model S1F Non-Metallic Design Level 3 Page 18
AIR DISTRIBUTION VALVE
SERVICING
To service the air valve first shut off
the compressed air, bleed the pressure
from the pump, and disconnect the air
supply line from the pump.
Inspect the inner diameter of the
sleeve (par t of item 1-A) for dirt,
scratches, or other contaminates.
Remove the sleeve if needed and
replace both the sleeve and spool with
a new sleeve and spool set (item 1-A).
Step #1: See Composite Repair and
Parts Drawing.
Using a 5/16" Allen wrench, remove
the four hex socket capscrews (item 13)
and four flat washers (item 42). Remove
the air valve assembly (item 1) from the
pump.
Remove and inspect gasket (item 21)
for cracks or damage. Replace gasket if
needed.
Step #3: Reassembly of the air valve.
Install one bumper, (item 1-C) and
one end cap (item 1-E) with an o-ring
(item 1-G) into one end of the air valve
body (item 1-B). Install one retaining ring
(item 1-H) into the groove on the same
end.
Remove the new sleeve an spool set
(item 1-A) from the plastic bag. Carefully
remove the spool from the sleeve. Install
the six o-rings (item 1-G) into the six
grooves on the sleeve. Apply a light
coating of grease to the o-rings before
installing the sleeve into the valve body
(item 1-B), align the slots in the sleeve
with the slots in the valve body. Insert
the spool into the sleeve. Be careful not
to scratch or damage the spool during
installation. Push the spool in until it
touches the bumper on the opposite end.
Install the remaining bumper, end cap
with o-ring, and retaining ring.
Fasten the air valve assembly (item
1) and gasket (item 21) to the pump.
Connect the compressed air line to
the pump. The pump is now ready for
operation.
Step #2: Disassembly of the air valve.
To access the internal air valve
components first remove the two retaining
rings (item 1-K) from each end of the air
valve assembly using clip ring pliers.
Next remove the two end caps (item
1-E). Inspect the o-rings (item 1-G) for
cuts or wear. Replace the o-rings if
necessary.
Remove the spool (part of item 1-A)
from the sleeve. Be careful not to stratch
or damage the outer diameter of the
spool. Wipe spool with a soft cloth and
inspect for scratches or wear.
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IMPORTANT
Read these instructions
completely, before installation and start-up. It
is the responsibility of
the purchaser to retain
this manual for reference. Failure to
comply with the recommendations stated
in this manual will damage the pump, and
void factory warranty.
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Air Valve Assembly Drawing With Stroke Indicator Option
S1F Design Level 3
AIR VALVE ASSEMBLY PARTS LIST
Item
1
1-A
1-B
1-C
1-D
1-E
1-F
1-G
1-H
1-J
1-K
1-M
Part Number
031-146-000
031-143-000
095-094-551
132-029-552
165-096-551
165-098-147
530-028-550
560-020-360
675-044-115
710-015-115
210-008-330
560-001-360
Description
Air Valve Assembly
Sleeve and Spool Set
Body, Air Valve
Bumper
Cap, Muffler
Cap, End
Muffler
O-ring
Ring, Retaining
Screw, Self-tapping
Clip, Safety
O-ring
Qty
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
8
2
4
1
2
For Pumps with Alternate Mesh, Sound Dampening Mufflers or Piped
Exhaust:
1
031-147-000
Air Valve Assembly
1
(Includes all items used on 031-140-000 minus
items 1-D, 1-F & 1-J)
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AIR DISTRIBUTION VALVE WITH
STROKE INDICATOR OPTION
SERVICING
To service the air valve first shut off
the compressed air, bleed the pressure
from the pump, and disconnect the air
supply line from the pump.
Step #1: See Composite Repair and
Parts Drawing.
Using a 5/16" Allen wrench, remove
the four hex socket capscrews (item 13)
and four flat washers (item 42). Remove
the air valve assembly (item 1) from the
pump.
Remove and inspect gasket (item 21)
for cracks or damage. Replace gasket if
needed.
Step #2: Disassembly of the air valve.
To access the internal air valve
components first remove the two retaining
rings (item 1-K) from each end of the air
valve assembly using clip ring pliers.
Next remove the two end caps (item
1-E). Inspect the o-rings (item 1-G) for
cuts or wear. Replace the o-rings if
necessary.
Remove the spool (part of item 1-A)
from the sleeve. Be careful not to scratch
or damage the outer diameter of the
spool. Wipe spool with a soft cloth and
inspect for scratches or wear.
Inspect the inner diameter of the
sleeve (par t of item 1-A) for dirt,
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scratches, or other contaminates.
Remove the sleeve if needed and
replace both the sleeve and spool with
a new sleeve and spool set (item 1-A).
Step #3: Reassembly of the air valve.
Install one bumper (item 1-C) and
one end cap (item 1-E) with an o-ring
(item 1-G) into one end of the air valve
body (item 1-B). Install one retaining ring
(item 1-H) into the groove on the same
end. Insert the safety clip (item 1-K)
through the small unthreaded hole in the
end cap.
Remove the new sleeve an spool
set (item 1-A) from the plastic bag.
Carefully remove the spool from the
sleeve. Install the six o-rings (item 1-G)
into the six grooves on the sleeve. Apply
a light coating of grease to the o-rings
before installing the sleeve into the valve
body (item 1-B), align the slots in the
sleeve with the slots in the valve body.
Insert the spool into the sleeve. Be
careful not to scratch or damage the
spool during installation. Push the spool
in until the pin touches the safety clip
on the opposite end.
Install the remaining bumper, end cap
with o-ring, and retaining ring.
Fasten the air valve assembly (item
1) and gasket (item 21) to the pump.
Connect the compressed air line to
the pump. The pump is now ready for
operation.
IMPORTANT
Read these instructions
completely, before installation and start-up. It
is the responsibility of
the purchaser to retain
this manual for reference. Failure to
comply with the recommendations stated
in this manual will damage the pump, and
void factory warranty.
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Solenoid Shifted Air Valve Drawing
SOLENOID SHIFTED AIR VALVE PARTS LIST
(Includes All Items Used on Composite Repair Parts List Except as Shown)
Item
Part Number
Description
Qty
56
893-097-000
Solenoid Valve, NEMA4
1
57
219-001-000
Solenoid Coil, 24VDC
1
219-004-000
Solenoid Coil, 24VAC / 12VDC
1
219-002-000
Solenoid Coil, 120VAC
1
219-003-000
Solenoid Coil, 240VAC
1
58
241-001-000
Connector, conduit
1
59
170-029-330
Capscrew, Hex HD 5/16 - 18 x 1.50
4
60
618-051-150
Plug
2
For Explosion Proof Solenoid Valve
(Connector not required for explosion proof coil; coil is integral with valve)
56
893-098-001
Solenoid Valve, NEMA 7/9, 24VDC
1
893-098-002
Solenoid Valve, NEMA 7/9, 24VAC / 12VDC 1
893-098-003
Solenoid Valve, NEMA 7/9, 120VAC
1
893-098-004
Solenoid Valve, NEMA 7/9, 220VAC
1
56
58
57
59
60
56
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SOLENOID SHIFTED AIR
DISTRIBUTION VALVE OPTION
Warren Rupp’s solenoid shifted, air
distribution valve option utilizes electrical
signals to precisely control your
SandPIPER’s speed. The solenoid coil
is connected to the Warren Rupp
Solenoid Rate Controller/Batch Control,
or a customer - supplied control.
Compressed air provides the pumping
power, while electrical signals control
pump speed (pumping rate).
Wiring
Diagram
Solenoid Connector
Before wiring,
remove terminal
block from conduit
connector.
3rd Terminal
for ground.
#2 Terminal
Neutral
(Negative)
#1 Terminal
Power
(Positive)
OPERATION
The Solenoid Shifted SandPIPER has
a solenoid operated, air distribution valve
in place of the standard SandPIPER’s
pilot operated, air distribution valve.
Where a pilot valve is normally utilized
to cycle the pump’s air distribution valve,
an electric solenoid is utilized. As the
solenoid is powered, one of the pump’s
air chambers is pressurized while the
other chamber is exhausted. When
electric power is turned off, the solenoid
shifts and the pressurized chamber is
exhausted while the other chamber is
pressurized. By alternately applying and
removing power to the solenoid, the
pump cycles much like a standard
SandPIPER pump, with one exception.
This option provides a way to precisely
control and monitor pump speed.
BEFORE INSTALLATION
Before wiring the solenoid, make certain
it is compatible with your system
voltage.
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Pilot Valve Assembly Drawing
PILOT VALVE ASSEMBLY PARTS LIST
Item
4
4-A
4-B
4-C
4-D
4-E
4-F
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Part Number
095-096-558
095-095-558
135-037-506
675-057-115
770-065-175
775-041-506
917-003-374
Description
Pilot Valve Assembly
Body, Pilot Valve
Bushing
Ring, Spiral Retaining
Spacer
Spool, Pilot
Wiper
Qty
1
2
2
5
1
6
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PILOT VALVE SERVICING
To service the pilot valve first shut
off the compressed air supply, bleed the
pressure from the pump, and disconnect
the air supply line from the pump. Insert
the safety clip (item 1-F from Air
Distribution Valve assembly drawing)
into the smaller unthreaded holes in the
end cap (item 1-D from air distribution
valve assembly drawing).
Step #1: See PUMP ASSEMBLY
DRAWING.
Using a 9 /16" wrench or socket,
remove the four capscrews (items 12)
and four flat washers (items 40). Remove
the air inlet cap (item 8) and air inlet
gasket (item 23). The pilot valve
assembly (item 4) can now be removed
for inspection or service.
Step #2: Disassembly of the pilot
valve.
Remove the pilot valve spool (item
4-E). Wipe clean, and inspect for dirt,
scratches or wear. Replace the spool if
necessary.
Remove the two spiral retaining rings
(items 4-C) from each end of the pilot
valve body by inserting the tip of a small
flat screw driver under the notch in the
retaining ring. Lift and push the ring
clockwise in a circular motion.
Remove the two pilot valve bushings
(items 4-B), five spacers (items 4-D),
and six spool wipers (items 4-F) by
pushing gently from other end of the
pilot valve body. Inspect the wipers for
cuts and/or wear. Replace any wipers
as necessary.
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Step #3: Re-assembly of the pilot
valve.
First install a spiral retaining ring to
one end of the pilot valve body. Spread
the spiral and insert one end into the
groove in the pilot valve body. Twist the
ring in a clockwise motion until the full
ring is snapped into the groove. Install
one bushing making sure the step side
faces toward the wiper. Apply a light
coating of grease to the outside
diameter of each wiper. Next, gently push
in the wipers and spacers until they are
against the installed retaining ring in the
opposite end of the pilot valve body.
Install the remaining bushing making
sure the step side faces the wiper. Install
the remaining spiral retaining ring using
the same method described.
Apply a light coating of grease to the
inner diameter of each wiper. Also apply
a light coating of grease to the outer
diameter of the pilot valve spool and
gently push the spool through each wiper.
Step #5: Re-install the pilot valve
ssembly into the intermediate assembly.
Be careful to align the ends of the
stem between the plungers when
inserting the stem of the pilot valve into
the cavity of the intermediate.
Re-install the gasket (item 23), air
inlet cap (item 8), capscrews and
washers (items 12 and 40).
Connect the air supply to the pump.
Remove the safety clip (item 1-F) from
the end cap (item 1-D). The pump is now
ready for operation.
IMPORTANT
Read these instructions
completely, before installation and start-up. It
is the responsibility of
the purchaser to retain
this manual for reference. Failure to
comply with the recommendations stated
in this manual will damage the pump, and
void factory warranty.
Step #4: Inspect the actuator
plungers.
See PUMP ASSEMBLY DRAWING.
The actuator plungers (items 31) can
be reached through the stem cavity of
the pilot valve in the intermediate
assembly (item 5).
Remove the plungers (items 31) from
the bushings (item 7) in each end of the
cavity. Inspect the installed o-ring (items
28) for cuts and/or wear. Replace the
o-rings if necessary. Apply a light coating
of grease to each o-ring and re-install
the plungers in to the bushings. Push
the plungers in as far as they will go.
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Diaphragm Service Drawing,
Non-Overlay
Diaphragm Service Drawing,
with Overlay
34
34
6
6
18
15
29
15
29
17
17
30
30
15
15
39
39
39
11
26
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11
26
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DIAPHRAGM SERVICING
To service the diaphragms first shut
off the suction, then shut off the
discharge lines to the pump. Shut off the
compressed air supply, bleed the
pressure from the pump, and disconnect
the air supply line from the pump. Drain
any remaining liquid from the pump.
Step #1: See the pump composite
repair parts drawing, and the diaphragm
servicing illustration.
Using a 9/16 " wrench or socket,
remove the 16 capscrews (items 9), hex
nuts and washers that fasten the elbows
(items 19 and 20) to the outer chambers
(items 15). Remove the elbows with the
manifolds and spacers attached.
Step #2: Removing the outer
chambers.
Using a 9/16 " wrench or socket,
remove the 16 capscrews (items 11), hex
nuts and washers that fasten the outer
chambers, diaphragms, and inner
chambers (items 16) together.
Step #3: Removing the diaphragm
assemblies.
Use a 13/8" (35mm) wrench or six
pointed socket to remove the diaphragm
assemblies (outer plate, diaphragm, and
inner plate) from the diaphragm rod (item
34) by turning counterclockwise.
Insert a 1/4-20 capscrew or set screw
into the smaller tapped hole in the inner
diaphragm plate (item 29). Insert the
protruding stud and the 1/4-20 fastener
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loosely into a vise. Use a 13/8" wrench
or socket to remove the outer diaphragm
plate (item 30) by turning counterclockwise. Inspect the diaphragm (item
17) for cuts, punctures, abrasive wear
or chemical attack. Replace the
diaphragms if necessary.
Step #4: Installing the diaphragms.
Push the threaded stud of the outer
diaphragm plate through the center hole
of the diaphragm. Thread the inner plate
clockwise onto the stud. Use a torque
wrench to tighten the diaphragm
assembly together to 20 ft. Lbs. (27.11
Newton meters). Allow a minimum of 15
minutes to elapse after torquing, then
re-torque the assembly to compensate
for stress relaxation in the clamped
assembly.
Step #5: Installing the diaphragm
assemblies to the pump.
Make sure the bumper (item 6) is
installed over the diaphragm rod.
Thread the stud of the one diaphragm
assembly clockwise into the tapped hole
at the end of the diaphragm rod (item 34)
until the inner diaphragm plate is flush to
the end of the rod. Insert rod into pump.
Align the bolt holes in the diaphragm
with the bolt pattern in the inner chamber
(item 16). Make sure the molded
directional arrows on the diaphragm point
vertically.
Fasten the outer chamber (item 15)
to the pump, using the capscrews (items
11), hex nuts and flat washers.
On the opposite side of the pump,
pull the diaphragm rod out as far as
possible. Make sure the bumper (item
6) is installed over the diaphragm rod.
Thread the stud of the remaining
diaphragm assembly clockwise into the
tapped hole at the end of the diaphragm
rod (item 34) as far as possible and still
allow for alignment of the bolt holes in
the diaphragm with the bolt pattern in
the inner chamber. The molded
directional arrows on the diaphragm must
point vertically.
Fasten the remaining outer chamber
(item 15) to the pump, using the
capscrews (items 11), hex nuts and flat
washers.
IMPORTANT
Read these instructions
completely, before installation and start-up. It
is the responsibility of
the purchaser to retain
this manual for reference. Failure to
comply with the recommendations stated
in this manual will damage the pump, and
void factory warranty.
Step #6: Re-install the elbow/spacer/
manifold assemblies to the pump, using
the capscrews (items 9), hex nuts and
flat washers.
The pump is now ready to be reinstalled, connected and returned to
operation.
OVERLAY DIAPHRAGM SERVICING
The PTFE overlay diaphragm (item
18) is designed to fit snugly over the
exterior of the standard TPE diaphragm
(item 17).
The molded directional arrows on the
overlay diaphragm must point vertically.
Follow the same procedures
described for the standard diaphragm for
removal and installation.
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PUMPING HAZARDOUS LIQUIDS
When a diaphragm fails, the pumped
liquid or fumes enter the air end of the
pump. Fumes are exhausted into the
surrounding environment. When pumping
hazardous or toxic materials, the
exhaust air must be piped to an
appropriate area for safe disposal. See
illustration #1 at right.
This pump can be submerged if the
pump materials of construction are
compatible with the liquid being pumped.
The air exhaust must be piped above
the liquid level. See illustration #2 at
right. Piping used for the air exhaust must
not be smaller than 1" (2.54 cm)
diameter. Reducing the pipe size will
restrict air flow and reduce pump
performance. When the pumped product
source is at a higher level than the pump
(flooded suction condition), pipe the
exhaust higher than the product source
to prevent siphoning spills. See
illustration #3 at right.
CONVERTING THE PUMP FOR
PIPING THE EXHAUST AIR
The following steps are necessary to
convert the pump to pipe the exhaust
air away from the pump.
Use a #8 Torx or flat screwdriver to
remove the six self-tapping screws (item
1-L).
Remove the muffler cap and muffler
(items 1-E and 1-G). The 1" NPT molded
threads in the air distribution valve body
(item 1-B).
Piping or hose may now be installed.
IMPORTANT INSTALLATION NOTE:
The manufacturer recommends installing
a flexible hose or connection between
the pump and any rigid plumbing. This
reduces stresses on the molded plastic
threads of the air exhaust port. Failure
to do so may result in damage to the air
distribution valve body.
Any piping or hose connected to the
pump’s air exhaust por t must be
physically supported. Failure to support
these connections could also result in
damage to the air distribution valve body.
CONVERTED EXHAUST ILLUSTRATION
PUMP INSTALLATION AREA
SAFE AIR
EXHAUST
DISPOSAL
AREA
1" DIAMETER AIR
EXHAUST PIPING
MUFFLER
Illustration #1
Exhaust Conversion Drawing
MUFFLER
LIQUID
LEVEL
1" DIAMETER AIR
EXHAUST PIPING
SUCTION
LINE
Illustration #2
MUFFLER
LIQUID
LEVEL
1" DIAMETER AIR
EXHAUST PIPING
SUCTION
LINE
Illustration #3
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MODULAR CHECK VALVE
SERVICING
Before servicing the check valves,
first shut off the suction line and then
the discharge line to the pump. Next, shut
off the compressed air supply, bleed air
pressure from the pump, and disconnect
the air supply line from the pump. Drain
any remaining fluid from the pump. The
pump can now be removed for service.
To access the modular check valve,
remove the elbows (items 19 and 20
from pump composite repair parts
drawing). Use a 9/16" wrench or socket to
remove the fasteners. Once the elbows
are removed, the modular check valves
can be seen in the cavities of the outer
chamber (items 15).
Next remove the check valve seal
(item 37). Inspect the seal for cuts or
pinched areas. Replace seal as needed.
Disassemble the component parts of
each modular check valve. Inspect the
check valve retainer (item 32) for cuts,
abrasive wear, or embedded materials.
Replace as needed.
Inspect the check balls (items 2) for
wear, abrasion, or cuts on the spherical
surface. The check valve seats (items
38) should be inspected for cuts,
abrasive wear, or embedded material on
the surfaces of both the external and
internal chamfers. The spherical surface
of the check balls must seat flush to
the surface of the inner chamfer on the
check valve seats for the pump to
operate to peak efficiency. Replace any
worn or damaged parts as necessary.
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Modular Check Valve Drawing
Remove the remaining check valve
seal (item 37). Inspect the seal for cuts
or pinched areas. Replace seal as
needed.
Re-assemble the modular check
valve. The seat should fit snugly into the
retainer.
Place a check valve seal (item 37)
into the cavity of the outer chamber (item
15). Make sure the chamfer side of the
seal faces out. Insert the modular check
valve into the outer chamber with the
retainer facing up. Install a check valve
seal (item 37). Make sure the chamfer
side of the seal faces the chamfer on
the check valve seat or retainer.
The pump can now reassembled,
reconnected and returned to operation.
9
39
41
27
19
37
32
2
38
37
15
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Dual Port Option Drawing
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DUAL PORTING OPTIONS
Several dual porting options are
possible. The pump can be converted
to a dual port arrangement on both the
suction and the discharge ends. The
porting can be configured to a single
suction and a dual discharge. The porting
can be changed to a dual suction and a
single discharge.
The above changes are possible
because the porting flange of the elbows
(items 19 and 20) are designed to mate
with standard 125# ANSI style 4-bolt,
1" pipe flanges.
SINGLE PORTING OF THE SUCTION
AND DUAL PORTING OF THE PUMP
DISCHARGE
To conver t the pump from the
standard single suction and single
discharge porting configuration to a dual
discharge porting arrangement remove
the only the discharge manifolds,
spacers, and manifold seals. Position the
discharge elbows in the desired direction
at 90° increments. (See arrows and
optional positioning in the Dual Porting
Drawing.)
DUAL PORTING OF BOTH SUCTION
AND DISCHARGE ENDS OF THE
PUMP
Converting the pump from the
standard single suction and discharge
porting configuration to dual porting at
each end is easy. Simply remove the
manifold seals, spacers, and manifolds
(items 36 and 24 from pump assembly
drawing) from the pump.
The discharge and suction elbows
can be rotated at 90° increments (see
arrows and optional positioning in the
Dual Porting Drawing.
DUAL PORTING OF THE SUCTION
AND SINGLE PORTING OF THE PUMP
DISCHARGE
To conver t the pump from the
standard single suction and single
discharge porting configuration to a dual
suction porting arrangement remove the
only the suction (bottom) manifolds,
spacers, and manifold seals.
Position the suction elbows in the
desired direction at 90° increments. (See
arrows and optional positioning in the
Dual Porting Drawing.)
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IMPORTANT
Read these instructions
completely, before installation and start-up. It
is the responsibility of
the purchaser to retain
this manual for reference. Failure to
comply with the recommendations stated
in this manual will damage the pump, and
void factory warranty.
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RuppTech® Leak Detection Options Drawing
44
710-014-330
Self-tapping Screws
(Qty of 2)
53
54
52
49
MUFFLER CAP
RuppTech® LEAK DETECTION OPTION A (ELECTRONIC)
Follow instructions found elsewhere in this manual, “Filling the RuppGUARD™
Spill Prevention Chambers” when installing leak detectors.
For pumps 530-028-550
Enclosed Muffler
For pumps with Alternate Mufflers
Electronic Leak Detector Installation
Kit 032-037-000
100VAC
50Hz
or 110-120VAC
50 / 60Hz
or 220-240VAC
50 / 60Hz
Kit 032-045-000
12-32VDC
To install electronic leak detectors, remove the bottom ¼" NPT pipe plug on the
visual sight tube (item 53). Insert leak detector into the ¼" pipe tee (item 52).
Leak Detection Option B (Mechanical)
Follow instructions found elsewhere in this manual, “Filling the RuppGUARD™
Spill Prevention Chambers” when installing leak detectors.
Mechanical Leak Detector Installation
Kit 031-023-110
To install mechanical leak detectors, remove the bottom ¼" NPT pipe plug on the
visual sight tube (item 53). Insert leak detector into the ¼" pipe tee (item 52).
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RuppTech® Pulse Output Kit Drawing
PULSE OUTPUT KIT OPTION
This pump can be fitted with a Pulse Output Kit. This converts the mechanical strokes of the
pump to an electrical signal which interfaces with the RuppTech® Stroke Counter/ Batch Controller
or user control devices such as a PLC.
The Pulse Output Kits mount directly onto the Muffler Cap on the Air Distribution Valve Assembly
or onto the Air Distribution Valve Assembly when the threaded exhaust port or an auxiliary muffler is
being used.
See the individual kits listed on the Pump Repair Parts List for further information.
Exhaust Port or Auxiliary
Muffler Setup
Pulse Output Kit
Integral Muffler Setup
Muffler Cap
Pulse Output Kit
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Optional Muffler Configurations, Drawing
CONFIGURATION A
530-028-550 Encapsulated Muffler uses (1)
165-096-551 Cap and (4) 710-015-115 Self
Tapping Screw to hold it in place.
CONFIGURATION B
530-010-000 Mesh Muffler screws
directly into the Air Valve Body. This
muffler is equipped with a metal element.
CONFIGURATION C
530-027-000 Sound Dampening Muffler
screws directly into the Air Valve body.
This muffler is equipped with a porous
plastic element.
CONFIGURATION A
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CONFIGURATION B AND C
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