USER`S MANUAL

USER`S MANUAL
INFICON SHARKTM
VACUUM PUMP
USER’S MANUAL
Thank you for buying the INFICON SHARK Vacuum Pump!
SHARK is a high quality two-stage rotary vacuum pump designed for fast evacuation, deep vacuum,
simplified maintenance / repair, and durability. With normal use and care as prescribed in this
manual, your SHARK will provide you with many years of trouble-free operation.
Safety First!
This international symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of important
operating, safety and maintenance (servicing) instructions in this Manual. As used in the
Manual, it is intended to draw your attention to critical items.
It is important to read this entire Manual and be familiar with its contents before using the machine!
Responsibility
The INFICON SHARK must only be operated by a Qualified Technician who has been properly
trained in the care and use of such equipment. Use of this equipment by unqualified personnel is
potentially dangerous and should not be attempted.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION AND DESCRIPTION
1.0
2.0
3.0
4.0
5.0
6.0
7.0
8.0
9.0
10.0
PAGE
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
SPECIFICATIONS
FEATURES
START-UP PROCEDURE
USING THE GAS BALLAST
SHUT DOWN PROCEDURE
MAINTENANCE
TROUBLESHOOTING
PARTS AND ACCESSORIES
WARRANTY
2
3
3
5
6
7
7
10
11
20
1
1.0
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
1 .1
READ THIS MANUAL AND BECOME FAMILIAR WITH THE
SPECIFICATIONS AND OPERATION OF THIS MACHINE PRIOR TO USE.
1.2
THIS EQUIPEMENT MUST ALWAYS BE OPERATED BY A QUALIFIED
TECHNICIAN WHO IS FAMILIAR WITH REFRIGERANT SYSTEMS,
REFRIGERANTS AND REFRIGERANT SAFETY.
1.3
TWIST OFF OIL FILL/EXHAUST CAP FROM VACUUM PUMP MASTER
MOUNT AND DISCARD THE PLASTIC PLUG FITTED UNDERNEATH.
DO NOT OPERATE THE PUMP WITHOUT REMOVING THE PLASTIC PLUG.
1.4
MOTOR IS FITTED WITH AN INTERNAL AUTO RESET THERMAL
OVERLOAD SWITCH. IF SWITCH IS TRIPPED, THE MOTOR WHEN
COOLED CAN RESTART WITHOUT ANY WARNING.
1.5
WEAR APPROPRIATE SAFETY PROTECTION APPAREL such as gloves, eye
protection and foot protection when working on refrigeration systems.
1.6
DISCONNECT POWER before moving or servicing the INFICON SHARK. Improper
use or connections may cause ELECTRICAL SHOCK hazards. Be sure that all
associated devices are properly grounded before energizing circuits.
1.7
CARE MUST BE EXERCISED IF TOUCHING THE PUMP, AS CERTAIN
COMPONENTS MAY BE HOT.
1.8
The Exhaust Gas from the vacuum pump is composed of oil and gases entering the
pump. THE EXHAUST GAS SHOULD BE WELL VENTILATED.
1.9
NEVER OPERATE THE PUMP WITH BLOCKED OR RESTRICTED OUTLET
(exhaust), the resulting backpressure may blow out the sight glass or otherwise
damage the pump.
1.10
THE SHARK HAS BEEN DESIGNED TO OPERATE MOST EFFICIENTLY
ON HIGH VISCOSITY SHELL TURBO OIL T32. Other vacuum pump oils may work,
but performance results may not be as stated.
1.11
THE SHARK VACUUM PUMP IS NOT DESIGNED FOR PUMPING
CORROSIVE, AGGRESSIVE OR EXPLOSIVE GASES, OR FOR USE IN
FLAMMABLE OR EXPLOSIVE ENVIRONMENT.
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2.0
SPECIFICATIONS
Ref
Model VNR172-1 (110/120v)
Model VNR152-2
VNR152-3 (220/240v)
2.1 Free Air Displacement:
6 cfm (170 Liters / Minute)
150 liters / minute (5.2
(5.2
cfm)
cfm)
2.2 Motor:
1/3 HP (250w) AC: 1685 RPM
250 w (1/3 HP) AC: 1370 RPM
2.3 Ultimate Vacuum (PP):
< 15 microns
< 15 microns
2.4 Oil Capacity:
0.90 Quarts (0.95 Liters)
0.95 Liters (0.90 Quarts)
2.5 Port flare sizes:
1/4” SAE and 3/8”SAE
1/4”SAE and 3./8”SAE
3/8”SAE
2.6 Oil Operating Temp.
122oF
50oC - 70oC (122oF - 1580F)
2.7 Ambient* Operating Temp:
50oF - 104oF (10oC - 40oC)
10oC - 40oC (50oF - 104oF)
2.8 Dimensions (L x W x H):
19.6” x 7.1” x 12.3”
(49.8 x 18.1 x 31.3 cm)
49.8 x 18.1 x 31.3 cm
(19.6’
(19.6” xx 7.1”’
7.1”xx12.3”)
12.3”)
2.9 Weight:
24 lbs
10.9Kgs.
-
1580F
(50oC
-
70oC)
(10.9Kgs)
(24 lbs.)
*Ambient Operating Temperature is dependent on the type of oil used. The ambient temperature listed above is the
general operating temperature when using INFICON approved High Viscosity Shell Turbo Oil T32.
3.0
FEATURES
3.1
INTERNAL OIL PUMP – The SHARK incorporates a built-in oil pump; it’s purpose is
to provide lubrication to the bearings and seals enhancing the life of the vacuum
pump.
3.2
ANTI-SUCK BACK ON INLET – As the pump is shut down, the air break on top of
the pump is exposed to atmosphere and the pump will self-vent eliminating the
possibility of oil suck back. For this reason the pump must not be over filled with oil.
3.3
ISOLATION VALVE – Allows the pump to shut off while still connected to the
system. In the “open” position the pump is open to the system being evacuated. In
the “closed” position the pump is isolated from the system. This valve is also user
adjustable so should a leak occur it can be easily rectified.
3.4
GAS BALLAST –The function is to allow condensable vapors (i.e. water) to be
discharged through the pump to atmosphere instead of accumulating in oil reservoir.
3.5
LARGE OIL CAPACITY ensures pump lasts longer and a high vacuum is
maintained even at high ambient temperatures.
3.6
FAN offers positive air-cooling that channels air over motor and vacuum pump
casing. This not only prevents overheating but maintains the temperature at a
controlled level.
3.7
REPLACEABLE VACPAK VACUUM CARTRIDGE allows the technician to repair
the vacuum pump without any hassles.
3.8
EXHAUST acts as combined exhaust, demister and oil filler.
3
COMBINATION EXHAUST / DEMISTER / OIL FILLER
3/8” INLET PORT
1/4” GAUGE PORT
ISOLATION VALVE
SIGHT GLASS
OIL DRAIN CAP
GAS BALLAST VALVE
ON/OFF SWITCH
POWER IN SOCKET
4 4
4.0
START-UP PROCEDURE
THE SHARK IS SHIPPED WITHOUT OIL IN ITS RESERVOIR…
DO NOT START PUMP WITHOUT ADDING OIL!
TWIST OFF OIL FILL/EXHAUST CAP FROM VACUUM PUMP MASTER
MOUNT AND DISCARD THE PLASTIC PLUG FITTED UNDERNEATH.
DO NOT OPERATE THE PUMP WITHOUT REMOVING THE PLASTIC PLUG.
4.1
Place pump on flat surface REMOVE Oil Filler cap and the Filter Elements from
Combination Exhaust Fitting.
4.2
Pour oil SLOWLY to avoid OVERFLOW AND SPILL. Fill up to the center of the sight
glass with INFICON approved HIGH VISCOSITY SHELL TURBO OIL T32
(Part No. VS4011)
NOTE: Oil level will rise when the pump warms up & reaches the operating
temperature. Check oil level when warm & adjust if required. DO NOT OVERFILL.
4.3
REFIT Filter Elements and Oil Fill cap, ensure the high density (thin) disc is on top.
Any oil spill should be wiped with a clean dry cloth.
4.4
REMOVE Cap from one of the inlet ports and turn the Isolation Valve to “OPEN”
position.
4.5
Turn power switch ON.
4.6
Let the SHARK run in order to warm-up and when it is running smoothly, turn the
Isolation Valve to “CLOSED” position and REPLACE cap on the inlet port.
4.7
Turn power switch OFF and CONNECT to system.
PRIOR TO CONNECTING THE SHARK TO AN AC/R SYSTEM, REMOVAL OF
REFRIGERANT FROM THE SYSTEM IS NECESSARY; WE RECOMMEND THE
XTRACT-R FOR THIS PURPOSE. DAMAGE TO THE PUMP MAY OCCUR IF
EVACUATION IS STARTED WHILE THE SYSTEM IS UNDER HIGH PRESSURE.
4.8
If a vacuum gauge is being used REMOVE cap from one of the inlet ports, and
ATTACH it to the intake.
4.9
Make sure fittings and connections are tight.
4.10
Turn the Isolation Valve to “OPEN” position.
4.11
Turn power switch ON.
4.12
“OPEN” Gas Ballast valve for a few minutes to help bring pump up to its normal
operational temperature sooner.
IT IS VITALLY IMPORTANT THAT THE PUMP HAS REACHED ITS NORMAL
OPERATIONAL TEMPERATURE (50oC-70oC / 122oF-158oF) BEFORE ANY
CONDENSABLE VAPORS ARE PUMPED. FAILURE TO DO THIS MAY
CONTAMINATE THE OIL AND DAMAGE THE PUMP.
5
4.13
The SHARK is NOW READY TO EVACUATE air conditioning and refrigeration
systems.
NOTE:
If a system leak test needs to be done, it is recommended to keep the pump
running after the isolation valve is closed.
Under no circumstances should the fittings on the vacuum pump be used for
refrigerant transfer, as damage will occur to the valve.
5.0
USING THE GAS BALLAST
5.1
The Gas Ballast valve allows a controlled amount of air to enter the compression
cycle, diluting the condensable vapor (i.e. water), then exhausting it out of the
compression chamber before it condenses and accumulates in oil reservoir.
For Example: In a wet system, the partial pressure of water increases as the pump
removes the air. When the partial pressure of the water vapor of the system gas reaches its
Saturation Vapor Pressure (SVP) during the compression cycle of the pump, it condenses
back into a liquid, mixes with the oil, and the pump WILL NOT achieve vacuum better than
the SVP of the water. This is because the water evaporates from the oil on the suction cycle
and then re-condenses back into the oil during the compression cycle. However, if you
reduce the partial pressure of the water vapor during the pump’s compression cycle with a
measured and controlled amount of non-condensable gas, the water vapor WILL NOT reach
its SVP during compression and will therefore be discharged from the pump. The gas ballast
allows a controlled amount of atmospheric gas into the compression cycle of the pump, thus
“diluting” the water vapor that is being compressed and exhausting it out of the compression
chamber before it condenses.
5.2
The Gas Ballast valve can be opened or closed at any time during pump operation.
It can also be “OPENED” as follows:
5.2.1 During start-up will aid the pump in reaching its normal operational
temperature sooner as a cold pump will more easily condense vapor.
5.2.2 During the evacuation process will minimize the effect of vapor
condensing within the pump, but it may slightly reduce ultimate vacuum. If
ultimate vacuum is required, the Gas Ballast may be “closed” during the
evacuation process.
5.2.3 During shut down will allow pump to purge condensable vapors.
5.3
The Gas Ballast valve is located on the opposite side of the Isolation Valve of the
vacuum pump. Normal operating condition is about two turns counter-clockwise, at
which a slight “popping” noise occurs. Open valve several turns before closing
down to required control position. The valve when shut down must only be finger
tight otherwise the precision valve seat may get damaged.
6
6.0
7.0
SHUT DOWN PROCEDURE
6.1
CLOSE the manifold valve between the pump and the system.
6.2
Turn the Isolation Valve to “CLOSED” position and remove hoses from inlet.
6.3
“OPEN” Gas Ballast valve for a few minutes before shut down. This allows the
pump to purge condensable vapors.
6.4
Turn power switch OFF.
6.5
Turn Isolation Valve to “OPEN” position for a few seconds to relieve any vacuum
inside pump.
6.6
If necessary, drain oil while the pump is warm.
MAINTENANCE
DISCONNECT SHARK FROM POWER SUPPLY BEFORE
CARRYING OUT ANY MAINTENANCE.
7.1
CHANGING OIL
THE OIL MUST BE CHANGED WHEN CONTAMINATED
Evacuation of most used systems results in some contamination of the oil, causing
deposits of sludge containing water and acids. These substances will corrode your
pump. Changing the oil will remove damaging substances and will enhance the life
of the vacuum pump.
7.1.1
Poor vacuum reading or a gray or milky appearance usually indicates oil
contamination. If the vacuum pump is pumping condensable vapors, it
may be necessary to change the oil after each process so that the pump
does not stand idle with contaminated oil.
7.1.2
To change oil REMOVE the Oil Drain cap and DRAIN OIL into a suitable
receptacle, this process is easier if the vacuum pump is tilted slightly.
7.1.3
Turn power switch ON momentarily with the inlet port open, thus removing
any residual oil.
7.1.4
REPLACE the Oil Drain cap when the flow of oil has stopped.
7.1.5
REMOVE Oil Fill cap and FILL the oil reservoir with NEW INFICON
approved high viscosity Shell Turbo Oil T32 or equivalent up to the center
of the sight glass. The oil level will rise when the pump warms up and is
operating under vacuum conditions. The oil level should be checked later
and adjusted as required.
7
7.1.6
NOTE:
Remove Filter elements before pouring oil to avoid spilling on them. Replace dirty
or oil soaked elements (Part No. VS4017). When replacing, ensure inside of
Combination Exhaust Demister is dry and the high density (thin) disc is on top.
7.1.7
NOTE:
7.2
REPLACE Oil Fill cap, then turn power switch ON and check for any oil
leakage.
DISPOSE of waste oil in accordance with local regulations.
OIL UNDERNEATH THE HOUSING COULD BE CAUSED BY CARELESS
FILLING AND SPILL OVER. THIS WILL NOT BE COVERED BY WARRANTY
(SEE 8.0 TROUBLE SHOOTING UNDER OIL LEAKING)
REPLACING VACPAK VACUUM CARTRIDGE
7.2.1
Turn power switch OFF and DISCONNECT power lead cord.
7.2.2
DRAIN the oil.
7.2.3
REMOVE the casing (4 screws).
7.2.4
REMOVE the 6 screws retaining the oil box and LIFT the oil box away from
the pump.
7.2.5
Using a 6 mm Allen Key, UNDO the 3 long bolts that hold the cartridge in
place and LIFT the cartridge away from the pump.
7.2.6
REPLACE the o-rings that seal the cartridge ports to the pump body and fit
new rubber cross to coupling .
7.2.7
Hold the new cartridge in place and fit the three long bolts, tighten them
sequentially.
7.2.8
Replace oil box O-ring and refit the oil box in position.
7.2.9
REFIT the casing.
7.2.10
REFILL pump with fresh oil and test as in “start up procedure” section 4.0.
8
7.3
SERVICING ISOLATION VALVE
The Isolation valve is adjustable or user replaceable. Should any internal leak
develop, slacken off the locking nut and remove cone valve. Inspect for any
damage on cone valve surface and master mount mating face. If there are no
score marks apply vacuum grease. Refit the cone valve into position by turning a
few times on either direction to ensure safe entry of o-ring. Apply a drop of
locktite 222 to the lock nut thread, tighten by hand and secure with spanner half a
turn.
If the valve cone is scored further tightening of lock nut may be needed to
overcome an internal leak of the valve. However, if mating faces are badly worn or
scored, valve cone and/or master mount may need replacement.
7.4
SERVICING EXHAUST DEMISTER
Filter Elements (Part No. VS4017) must be replaced periodically or immediately if
dirt or oil soaked. When replacing filter elements ensure high density (thin) disc is
on top.
7.5
MEASURING VACUUM
The performance of the SHARK vacuum pump can be checked, by measuring its
ability to achieve a good “ultimate vacuum”. To do this you need to connect a
vacuum gauge to one of the pump’s inlet ports.
7.5.1
Connect the Electronic or Mercury Gauge to one of the pump’s inlets. Make
sure that all connections are secured and vacuum tight.
7.5.2
Switch on the SHARK and allow it to warm up before taking a reading
from the gauge. Remember, contaminated or dirty oil will have an effect
on the ultimate vacuum as will the type of gauge used.
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8.0
TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
CAUSE
ACTION
Failure to Start
Power Disconnected or switch off
Isolation valve Closed
Line Voltage
Electrical Failure
Burnt Motor
Motor Internal Thermal overload activated or
inoperative
Pump Seizure
Connect to power source / switch on
Open isolation valve
Check local voltage
Check motor / switch
Replace Motor
Switch on after cooling if still inoperative
replace motor.
Repair pump or replace cartridge
Poor Vacuum
Isolation Valve Closed
Poor Hose connection or System Leaks
Flapper Valve Broken
Low Oil Level
Oil Contaminated
Pump worn out or damaged
Oil type used unknown
Gas Ballast Valve Open
Open Isolation Valve
Check all vacuum connections
Replace both flapper valves
Add or Change Oil
Change Oil
Replace cartridge
Replace with Shell Turbo Oil T32 or
equivalent grade oil
Close Gas Ballast Valve
Oil Milky Color
Excess Water Vapor mixture in oil
Oil Contaminated
Open Gas Ballast
Change Oil
Oil Dark Color
Oil Burnt or Contaminated
Flush out with Oil / Change Oil
Seals Hardened or worn
Oil mist accumulated from exhaust running
within casing
Careless oil filling
Service Pump / New Seals
Occurs in normal use, cleaning may be
warranted, monitor sight glass or open
case to check
Wipe housing & pump with a dry cloth
Loosen pump housing screws
Flapper Valve Broken
Oil level too low
Pump worn out
Worn coupling
Tighten with socket spanner
Replace both Flapper Valves
Add / Replace Oil
Replace cartridge
Replace coupling unit
Oil Leaking
Pump Noisy
Not Holding Deep Isolation Valve Open or leaking
Vacuum
(user adjustment is possible)
(when pump is
turned off)
System Leaking
Air enters system via pump when turned
off. Close Isolation valve before stopping
pump.
Leak check system and vacuum lines
(allow for some pressure rise due to
system residual gas)
Close Gas Ballast Valve.
Gas Ballast Valve Open
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9.0
PARTS AND ACCESSORIES
NOTE: When ordering parts indicate the Catalogue Number as spare parts are available in
the form of kits only. Individual parts are shown for the purpose of identification of
parts in a kit.
Maintenance Kits:
REF
CAT. NO.
PART NO.
ITEM
VS4002
QTY
VACPAK CARTRIDGE ASSEMBLY KIT
1
VACPAK CARTRIDGE ASSEMBLY
1
2
VC2027
O RING (oil box)
1
3
VC2032
O RING (master mount & cartridge)
1
4
VC2033
O RING (master mount gas ballast)
1
5
VC2031
O RING (master mount inlet port)
1
1
2
5
4
11
3
REF
CAT.NO.
PART NO.
VS4003
ITEM
QTY
MASTER MOUNT SEAL KIT
6
VC2033
O RING (master mount gas ballast)
1
7
VC2031
O RING (master mount inlet port)
1
8
VC2032
O RING (master mount & cartridge)
1
9
VC2028
O RING (suction fittings)
1
10
VC2030
O RING (gas ballast valve)
1
11
VC2029
O RING (spool valve assembly)
1
12
VD5036
GASKET, OIL BREATHER
1
13
VD5036
GASKET, OIL INDICATOR
1
14
VD5037
GASKET, OIL DRAIN PLUG
1
15
VC2001
OIL SEAL 1 STAGE CYLINDER - OUTER
1
16
VC2002
OIL SEAL 1 STAGE CYLINDER - INNER
1
17
VC2003
OIL SEAL 2 STAGE CYLINDER - INNER
1
18
VC2027
O RING (oil box)
1
8
6
10
9
7
14
11
13
12
17
18
15
12
16
REF
CAT.NO.
PART NO.
VS4004
ITEM
QTY
OIL BOX KIT
19
VD5010
OIL BOX
1
20
VC2027
O RING (oil box)
1
21
VC2014
SCREW - M5* 10 SOCKET HEAD CAP
6
21
19
20
REF
CAT.NO.
PART NO.
VS4005
ITEM
QTY
MASTER MOUNT ASSEMBLY KIT
22
MASTER MOUNT ASSEMBLY
23
VC2027
O RING (oil box)
1
24
VC2033
O RING (master mount gas ballast)
1
25
VC2032
O RING (master mount & cartridge)
1
26
VC2031
O RING (master mount inlet port)
1
23
24
25
22
13
26
REF
CAT.NO.
PART NO.
VS4006
ITEM
QTY
MASTER MOUNT FITTINGS KIT
27
VD5007
FITTINGS - INLET (3/8” TO 3/8” BSPT)
1
28
VC2028
O RING (suction fittings)
1
29
VD5008
FITTING - INLET (1/4” FLARE TO 1/8” BSPT)
1
30
VD5013
VALVE - BALLAST
1
31
VS4016
COMBINATION EXHAUST/DEMISTER/OIL FILLER
1
32
VC2004
OIL INDICATOR
1
33
VC2005
OIL DRAIN PLUG
1
34
VC2030
O RING (gas ballast valve)
1
35
VD5021
VALVE - SPINDLE & SLEEVE
1
36
VD5022
VALVE NUT
1
37
VD5027
KNOB : BLUE
1
38
VC2029
O RING (spool valve assembly)
1
29
30
27
28
34
33
31
38
32
36
35
REF
CAT.NO.
VC2053
37
PART NO.
ITEM
FAN BLADE KIT
14
QTY
REF
CAT.NO.
PART NO.
VS4007
ITEM
QTY
COULPING KIT
39
VC2009
COUPLING - PUMP END
1
40
VC2008
COUPLING - MOTOR END
1
41
VC2010
RUBBER - CROSS
1
39
40
41
REF
CAT.NO.
PART NO.
VS4008
ITEM
QTY
PUMP HOUSING KIT
42
VC2036
SOCKET - IEC PANEL MOUNT
1
43
VC2037
SWITCH - ON/OFF SPST 125/250V
1
44
VD5017
PANEL - ELECTRICS
1
45
VD5016
GRILLE - MOTOR
1
46
VD5018
HANDLE
1
47
VC2040
FOOT - RUBBER
2
48
VD5014
HOUSING, ELECTRICS
1
49
VD5015
HOUSING, VALVE SIDE
1
50
VC2017
SCREW - M5* 75 SOCKET HEAD CAP
2
51
VC2018
SCREW M5* 100 SOCKET HEAD CAP
1
52
VC2019
SCREW - M5* 170 SOCKET HEAD CAP
1
53
VC2020
WASHER FLAT ROUND M5 BLACK
8
54
VC2021
NUT NYLOCK ZINC PLATED
4
55
VC2022
SCREW - 8 - 15* 12 mm XR ST NEEDLE PT
3
56
VC2050
RUBBER PACKING
4
15
44
43
42
46
45
50
49
51
47
54
56
REF
REF
48
55
53
CAT.NO. PART NO.
52
ITEM
VS4016
COMBINATION EXHAUST/DEMISTER/OIL FILLER
VS4017
FILTER ELEMENT KITS FOR EXHAUST/DEMISTER
CAT.NO.
VS4011
PART NO.
ITEM
OIL, VACUUM PUMP - SHARK 1 LITRE
16
QTY
QTY
MODEL: VNR172 - 1 FOR USA (110v)
REF
CAT.NO.
PART NO.
VS4010
ITEM
QTY
ELECTRICAL KIT - 110v
57
VC2011
CAPACITOR: 50uF, 425V, 50Hz
1
58
VD5024
WIRE - ACTIVE SOCKET TO SW (BLACK)
1
59
VD5026
WIRE - NEUTRAL - SOCKET TO CAP/SW (WHITE)
1
60
VC2036
SOCKET—IEC PANEL MOUNT
1
61
VC2037
SWITCH - ON/OFF SPST 125/250V
1
62
VD5017
PANEL - ELECTRICS
1
63
VC2022
SCREW - 8 - 15* 12 mm XR ST NEEDLE PT
3
57
60
58
63
59
61
62
REF CAT.NO. PART NO.
VS4009
ITEM
QTY
MOTOR & COUPLING KIT - 110v
64
VC2013
MOTOR: 115v,60Hz,250W,1PH & FAN BLADE
1
65
VC2008
COUPLING - MOTOR END
1
66
VC2010
RUBBER - CROSS
1
66
64
65
17
REF
CAT.NO.
PART NO.
VD5030
USA ONLY
ITEM
QTY
CORD SET: IEC TO USA PLUG 110v
MODEL: VNR152 - 3 FOR EUROPE (230v)
VS4012
MOTOR & COUPLING KIT - 230v / 240v
67
VC2051
MOTOR: 230v/240v, 50Hz, 1PH & FAN BLADE
1
68
VC2008
COUPLING - MOTOR END
1
69
VC2010
RUBBER - CROSS
1
69
67
68
18
REF
CAT.NO.
PART NO.
VS4013
ITEM
QTY
ELECTRICAL KIT - 220/240v
70
VC2012
CAPACITOR: 12UF, 470V, 50Hz
1
71
VD5023
WIRE - ACTIVE SOCKET TO SW (BROWN)
1
72
VD5025
WIRE - NEUTRAL - SOCKET TO CAP/SW (BLUE)
1
73
VC2036
SOCKET—IEC PANEL MOUNT
1
74
VC2037
SWITCH - ON/OFF SPST 125/250V
1
75
VD5017
PANEL - ELECTRICS
1
76
VC2022
SCREW - 8 - 15* 12 mm XR ST NEEDLE PT
3
70
73
71
76
72
74
VD5035
EURO ONLY
75
CORD SET : IEC TO EURO PLUG 230v
19
10.0
WARRANTY
NOTES
11.1
INFICON warrants your SHARK Vacuum Pump to be free from defects of
materials or workmanship for one year from the date of purchase. INFICON
does not warrant any machine that has been subjected to misuse, negligence,
accident, repaired or altered by anyone other than INFICON.
11.2
Inficon’s liability is limited to machines returned to INFICON, transportation
prepaid, not later than thirty (30) days after the warranty period expires, and
which INFICON judges to have malfunctioned because of defective material or
workmanship. INFICON’S liability is limited to, at its option, repairing or
replacing the defective machine or part.
11.3
This WARRANTY is in lieu of all other warranties, express or implied, whether
of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE or
otherwise. All such other warranties are expressly disclaimed.
11.4
INFICON shall have no liability in excess of the price paid to INFICON for the
machine plus return transportation charges prepaid. INFICON shall have no
liability for any incidental or consequential damages. All such liabilities are
EXCLUDED.
11.5
INFICON and or it’s Agents have the right to charge for costs incurred for
incorrectly diagnosed customer warranty claims.
Part #: VD5029
Issue: 1
1 February 2002
File: SHARK USER MANUAL.USA
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Two Technology Place
East Syracuse, NY 13057—9714 USA
Ph: 315 - 434 - 1100
Fax: 315 - 437 - 3803
E -mail: [email protected]
Web: www.inficon.com
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