ROLLER PUMPS - Tractor Supply Company

ROLLER PUMPS - Tractor Supply Company
ROLLER PUMPS
Form L-0100R
05/11, Rev. C
Installation, Operation, Repair and Parts Manual
Description
iron, Ni-Resist or the new SilverCast™ body, 416 stainless
steel shaft, sealed factory-lubricated ball bearings,
cartridge-type lip seals of Viton, Buna-N, and versatile
Super Rollers. (Super Rollers feature the life of nylon and
the chemical resistance of polypropylene.) Rotation for all
models is counterclockwise for easy tractor PTO drive,
except models 4001 and 4101 which are clockwise.
Pumps are available in reverse rotation.
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Hypro roller pumps are designed for agricultural and
industrial spraying and transfer of a variety fluids. These
include insecticides, herbicides, emulsives, aromatic
solvents, liquid fertilizers and many other liquids. The
economical rotary-action roller principle requires no check
valves while providing positive displacement
characteristics with less friction and lower starting torque
than other pumps. Construction features include a cast-
SERIES 4001 & 4101
4-ROLLER PUMP
SERIES 6500
SERIES 7560
SERIES 7700
Max. Flow Rate: ................22 gpm
Max. Pressure: ..................300 psi
Max. RPM: ....................1200 rpm
Ports: ........3/4" NPT Inlet & Outlet
..................1" Hose Barb Included
Shaft:....................5/8" Dia. (Solid)
Continuous Operation........100 psi
Intermittent Operation........300 psi
Max. Flow Rate: ................22 gpm
Max. Pressure: ..................300 psi
Max. RPM: ....................1000 rpm
Ports: ........3/4" NPT Inlet & Outlet
..................1" Hose Barb Included
Shaft:................15/16" Dia. (Solid)
Continuous Operation........100 psi
Intermittent Operation........300 psi
Max. Flow Rate: ............22.4 gpm
Max.Pressure: ..................200 psi
Max. RPM: ......................800 rpm
Ports: ........3/4" NPT Inlet & Outlet
..................1" Hose Barb Included
Shaft:................15/16" Dia. (Solid)
Continuous Operation........100 psi
Intermittent Operation........200 psi
6-ROLLER PUMP
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Max. Flow Rate: ......9 gpm (4001)
7 gpm (4101)
Max. Pressure: ..................150 psi
Max. RPM:..........1800 rpm (4001)
2600 rpm (4101)
Ports: ........3/4" NPT Inlet & Outlet
Shaft:....................5/8" Dia. (Solid)
1/2" Dia. (Hollow)
Continuous Operation........100 psi
Intermittent Operation........150 psi
8-ROLLER PUMP
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SERIES 1700
SERIES 1500
5-ROLLER PUMP
6-ROLLER PUMP
Max. Flow Rate: ................45 gpm
Max. Pressure: ................ 200 psi
Max. RPM: ....................1000 rpm
Ports:............1" NPT Inlet & Outlet
............1-1/4" Hose Barb Included
Shaft:................15/16" Dia. (Solid)
Continuous Operation........100 psi
Intermittent Operation........200 psi
Max. Flow Rate: ................62 gpm
Max. Pressure: ..................150 psi
Max. RPM: ....................1000 rpm
Ports: ....1-1/2" NPT Inlet & Outlet
Shaft:................15/16" Dia. (Solid)
Continuous Operation........100 psi
Intermittent Operation........150 psi
7-ROLLER PUMP
General Safety Information
7. Make certain that the power source conforms to the
requirements of your equipment.
1. Use a pressure relief device on the discharge side
of the pump to prevent damage from pressure
buildup when the pump discharge is blocked or
otherwise closed and the power source is still
running.
8. Provide adequate protection in guarding around the
moving parts such as the shaft and pulleys.
9. Disconnect power before servicing.
2. WARNING: Never pump flammable or explosive
fluids such as gasoline, fuel oil, kerosene, etc.
Never use in explosive atmospheres. The pump
should be used only with liquids compatible with
the pump component materials. Failure to follow
this warning can result in personal injury and/or
property damage and will void the product warranty.
10. Release all pressure within the system before servicing
any component.
11. Drain all liquids from the system before servicing any
component.
12. Check all hoses for weak or worn condition before each
use. Make certain that all connections are tight and
secure.
3. Never pump acids (i.e. acid fertilizer) with Super
Rollers! When pumping acidic fertilizer, Hypro
recommends only the Silver Series castings and Teflon
rollers, or use one of Hypro's poly centrifugal pumps.
13. Periodically inspect the pump and the system
components. Perform routine maintenance as required
(see Maintenance section).
4. Never run the pump faster than maximum
recommended speed.
14. Never operate a gasoline engine in an enclosed area.
Be sure the area is well ventilated.
5. Never pump at pressures higher than the maximum
recommended pressure.
15. Use only pipe, hose and fittings rated for the maximum
psi rating of the pump.
6. Never pump liquids at temperatures higher than the
recommended maximum temperatures (140°F/60°C).
16. Never use these pumps for pumping water or other
liquids for human or animal consumption.
Drive Source Installation
This manual will cover the installation of the basic drive
configurations available for Hypro roller pumps. Consult the
recommendations of the manufacturer of your motor or
engine for additional information. Read all safety information
before attempting to install or operate the pump.
Tractor PTO Installation
The preferred method for mounting the torque arm
(3430-0540) and pump to a tractor is with the chains going
up to provide support for the pump (see Figure A). Attach
the torque arm to the pump with the long side of the arm on
the inlet side of the pump for this type of mounting. Many
tractors do not have easy attachment points for securing the
tension and torque chains. It may be necessary to drill holes
in the tractor's master shield to attach the chains.
It is permissible to mount the torque arm with the chain in
the down position. To do this, mount the arm to the pump in
the reverse position. Do not use the tension spring or chain.
WARNING: Do not attach torque arm to movable
linkages.
It is also acceptable to mount an angle iron on the master
shield to attach the chains. The chains should be attached
to the tractor as close to vertical as possible to avoid a
bending force on the pump.
1. Mount the pump and torque arm to the PTO shaft
using a Hypro series 1320, 1321 or 1323 coupler.
2. Attach the torque chain to the tractor frame with arm in
horizontal position.
3. Attach the tensioning chain to the tractor frame while
applying tension to the spring.
L-0100R (5/11, Rev. C)
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Figure A
Belt/Pulley Drive Installation
Belt and pulley drive systems are typically used to reduce
pump speed. For determining proper pulley sizes, use the
formula below as a guideline and use “A” or “B” section
belts.
MOTOR RPM
PUMP RPM
=
FLOW (@ RATED SPEED)
FLOW (DESIRED)
PUMP PULLEY DIA.
= MOTOR
PULLEY DIA.
EXAMPLE: Use a 1725 RPM electric motor to drive a
pump at 950 RPM.
Typically, a pulley diameter on the motor is 3.4 inches. The
pump pulley diameter can be determined from the formula
above:
1725
950
PUMP PULLEY DIAMETER
3.4 INCHES
Figure 2
1725 X 3.4 INCHES = 6.2 INCHES
950
1. Install pulley or bushing/sheave combination (See
Figure 1) onto pump and motor shaft. Mount pump next
to the motor making sure pulleys are lined up properly.
(See Figure 2 for proper pump and motor orientation.)
Use a straight edge as shown. Rotate to check for
run-out and bent shafts.
2. Make sure belts have proper tension - belts too tight will
cause bearing wear and belts too loose will cause
slipping (See Figure 3).
Push the belt midway between the pulleys,
check the deflection (d) and adjust:
d = 0.016 x L
3. The rotation on the 4000 series roller pump is gas
engine rotation, opposite from the standard roller pump.
d
L
Figure 3
Figure 1
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L-0100R (5/11, Rev. C)
Direct Drive — Flexible Coupling
When direct driving Hypro roller pumps with flexible
couplings, make sure that the speed (rpm) of the gas engine
or electric motor is within the maximum rated rpm of your
pump. Also make sure that shaft rotation is correct between
the pump and the motor or gas engine (See Figure 4).
4. Reposition pump, sliding coupling halves together.
NOTE: No end thrust should be applied to pump when
coupling is connected.
5. Tighten pump mounting; then tighten the set screws on
each coupling.
1. Mount motor or engine into position on base.
2. Line up pump shaft with straight edge as shown in
Figure 4 to assure they are aligned. Shim pump, if
necessary, to match shaft height of engine or motor.
Shaft ends should not touch.
3. Mark exact position of pump on base - remove and
install coupling halves on both shafts. Place coupling
center disc into one of the coupling halves.
Figure 4
System Installation
NOTE: Use only pipe, fittings, accessories, hose, etc.
rated for the maximum pressure rating of the pump.
6. A strainer should be installed in the suction line. Clean
the strainer as soon as it becomes clogged.
1. Select adequate size drive unit to avoid overloading.
Avoid unnecessary restrictions in the line such as
elbows, check valves, and all extraneous curves and
bends.
7. Never attach an agitator or any restriction to a
bypass line of a pressure relief device because
system damage may occur.
2. Avoid using looped sections of tubing or pipe which
might permit air to become trapped.
Figure 5
Typical System
Installation
3. Use pipe joint sealant on pipe threads to assure
watertight connections.
4. Selection of the right type and size of hose is vital to
good performance. Be sure to hook up the lines to the
proper ports on the pump.
Bypass Line
5. Always use a good quality suction hose (one or two
braid reinforced hose to prevent collapse) of at
least the same diameter as the inlet port of the
pump. If the suction (inlet) hose is more than four
feet long, then use the next larger size.
Operation and Maintenance
WARNING: Never pump corrosive or abrasive liquids as
these will cause rapid wear or deterioration of body, rotor,
shaft and seals in the pump. The pump should be used only
with liquids compatible with pump component materials.
Never exceed maximum specified rpm and pressure. Never
run pump dry. Failure to follow this warning will void the
product warranty.
air. Make sure line strainer is free of debris. If pump does
not self-prime, disconnect suction hose, fill with water and
reconnect to liquid source. Often a squirt of oil into the ports
of the pump will seal clearances and help priming.
Care of the Pump
Hypro roller pumps are all carefully machined to close
tolerance - high pressure operation depends on close-fitting
parts. Proper care and maintenance will keep your pump
wear at a minimum and will keep it running smoothly and
trouble-free for a long time.
Priming the Pump
To help prime the pump, keep the inlet or suction line as
short as possible with a minimum of bends, elbows and
kinks. Make sure all connections are tight and do not leak
L-0100R (5/11, Rev. C)
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Flush the Pump After Each Use
Drain pump and plug ports to keep out air during storage.
For short periods of idleness, noncorrosive liquids may be
left in the pump, but air must be kept out. Plug ports or
seal port connections.
One of the common causes of faulty pump performance
is “gumming” or corrosion inside the pump. This
prevents the rollers from moving freely in their rotor
slots. Flush the pump with a solution that will neutralize
liquid pumped, mixed according to manufacturer's
directions.
Rotation
Pump rotation must be the same as shown by the arrows on
the pump. Facing the shaft end of the pump, the suction port
is on your left and the shaft must turn counterclockwise. If
reverse rotation is desired, rotor and shaft assembly must be
reversed so that the shaft extends through the endplate. See
Reversing Rotation Section below for proper procedure.
To Prevent Corrosion
After cleaning pump as above, flush it with a 50-50 solution
of permanent-type automobile antifreeze (containing a rust
inhibitor) and water. A rust inhibitor can also be squirted into
the ports of the pump. Turn shaft several times to draw
protective liquid through pump and coat entire inner surface.
Note: Configuration is opposite for 4001 and 4101 series.
Reversing Rotation
1. Determine the rotor type of your pump by referring to
exploded drawing on the parts list. The three types of
rotors are NON-SCOOP, SCOOPED, and SLANTED
SLOT.
Standard NON-SCOOP Rotor
3. If your pump has a NON-SCOOP rotor (4001, 4101,
6500, 7560), it can be reversed merely by turning the
rotor/shaft assembly around intact (without changing the
position of the rotor on the shaft). Reassemble the
pump with the driving end of shaft out the endplate side
of the pump. (Standard pump rotors are driven from the
body side.)
Standard CCW rotation to CW rotation
Figure 6
2. Follow the steps listed in Repair Instructions for
disassembly of the pump.
SCOOPED Rotor
4. If your pump has a SCOOPED rotor (1200, 1500, 1700)
or a SLANTED SLOT (7700) rotor, follow the following
steps for reversing the shaft in the rotor.
a. Loosen and remove the rotor set screw.
b. Press the shaft out of the rotor.
c.
Reassemble the shaft and rotor with the driving end
of shaft on the opposite side of the rotor from
standard assembly.
Standard CCW rotation to CW rotation
Figure 7
d. Before installing the rotor on the shaft, be sure it is
positioned in the correct location on the shaft
(diameter of shaft is slightly larger at rotor position).
Center punch the shaft through rotor set screw
hole. Then with a drill smaller than set screw - spot
drill shaft so that set screw will hold securely. (Don't
drill too deep - just enough so set screw will bite into
shaft).
SLANTED SLOT Rotor
e. Reassemble the pump with driving end of shaft
extending out of endplate side of pump. (The
standard pump rotor is driven from the body side.)
Remember, the rotor position remains the same the shaft only is reversed - “end for end.”
Standard CCW rotation to CW rotation
Diagram of 7-roller rotor
with special slanted,
wide roller slots (Series
Note: Configuration is opposite from above for 4001
and 4101 series.
Figure 8
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7700). Note that slots
should slant back from
rotation direction.
L-0100R (5/11, Rev. C)
Repair Instructions
NOTE: Check our website for video repair instructions - www.hypropumps.com. Click on Tools.
To Take the Pump Apart
1. Remove the adapter from the pump shaft.
2. File off any burrs on the pump shaft.
3. Using a screwdriver, pry off the bearing cover on the
endplate and pump body
4. Remove the endplate bolts.
5. Support the pump at its ports in an endplate support
fixture with the endplate down. Use wood blocks for
Series 1500, 1700 and 4001/4101. Place on press bed.
Center press on pump shaft and apply pressure to
press the pump apart (See Figure 9).
Figure 11
Figure 12
While the Pump is Apart
Carefully inspect all parts for wear, such as:
• Undersize or swollen rollers in both length and diameter.
• Worn seals.
• Worn shaft at drive end, and pitted or grooved at the seal area.
• Rough bearings and loss of grease from the bearings.
• Undersize rotor and/or worn roller slots.
Figure 9
• Excessive wear in body - both on inside diameter and at back
face.
• Body cracks at the bolt holes and at the o-ring sealing area.
Figure 10
• End wear (body, endplate and rotor).
• Proper size o-ring in the endplate.
6. With the rollers exposed, remove them - examining
each one carefully for excessive wear. When replacing
damaged rollers, always replace the full set.
After the above parts have been checked and the various
points have been considered, you can decide if the pump is
repairable. When worn parts have been replaced, always
take up the end clearance by lightly sanding the endplate
and matching body surface (See Figure 13). NOTE: End
clearance should not be more than .004 inches.
7. To remove the rotor with shaft from the endplate support the endplate in an endplate support fixture with
the rotor down. Center the bearing disassembly tool or
3/8" bolt, on pump shaft. Apply pressure to press shaft
out of ball bearing (See Figure 10).
Inspect Inside of Endplate
8. To remove the ball bearing - place the endplate in a
endplate support fixture with the front of the endplate
down (See Figure 11). Center bearing support tool and
slowly press bearing out of casting. Repeat procedure
to remove bearing from pump body (See Figure 12)
using body support fixture.
If a groove is noticeable, the endplate should be resurfaced by
rubbing it on a sheet of 80 grit emery paper (placed on flat
surface) until all trace of wear has been removed. Rotate the
endplate frequently to remove evenly the same amount of
metal over the entire surface. NOTE: This surface of the
endplate must be perfectly flat. If attempt has been made
to pry pump apart with a screwdriver, file off all nicks,
burrs and other damage marks around the bolt holes.
9. After removing the ball bearing, check the seals in both
endplate and pump body. If wear is evident or leakage
has been noticed, punch the seals out with a
screwdriver and hammer. Seals cannot be removed
without damaging them.
10. To press the shaft out of the rotor, first carefully wash the
rotor and shaft with kerosene - removing all traces of rust
and other foreign matter. Use steel wool or emery cloth,
rinsing parts afterward to wash off all emery dust. Remove
the allen set screw. Support the rotor in the press through
the slot in the base and press shaft through.
L-0100R (5/11, Rev. C)
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Figure 13
Re-Assembly
Do not machine clean the body casting. A more
satisfactory job can be done by hand cleaning with an
emery cloth. Wettable talc powder mixture (5 lbs.
powder to 5 gallons water) can be used for breaking in
a repaired pump if pump appears to be binding. Run
pump for about 5 minutes. This will also serve to clean
and remove corrosion from the pump. Follow with a
clear rinse and protect from rust. (See Maintenance.)
Replace Seals and Bearings
Carefully place the seal in the pump body with crimped side
down. Press the seal to the bottom of the cavity, using the
stepped end of the bearing & seal assembly tool (Figure 14).
Then put the bearing in position in the pump body and press
into place with counter-bored end of bearing & seal assembly
tool (Figure 15). Repeat the above procedure with the
endplate. Seat the o-ring in the groove. If necessary, make
sure the o-ring stays in place by stretching it.
2.
3.
Figure 14
Figure 15
Assemble Rotor and Shaft To Endplate
1.
Install the shaft rotor assembly by carefully pushing the
short end of the shaft rotor assembly through the shaft seal
into the endplate. Place in the arbor press with the drive end
of the shaft pointed down. Use the bearing support tool on
top of the bearing and press the assembly together (Figure
16). Leave just enough clearance between the rotor and
endplate so that rotor can be turned by hand. If it turns too
freely, sand a little more off the body end that faces the
endplate. You should notice a slight drag, but be able to turn
shaft with an adapter on it, by hand. The “slight drag” will
wear off after the pump has been used a short time.
Installing new rollers, seals, bearings and shafts will not
prove entirely satisfactory for volume and pressure unless
end clearance is taken up.
Remove the assembled portion from the arbor press and
invert it on the press table with the bearing support tool under
the bearing. Then place rollers in the roller slots as close to
center of rotor as possible. Place the pump body over rotor
and shaft, and carefully ease the end of the shaft past the lips
of the seal in pump body (Figure 17). Center bearing support
tool with counter-bored end down on inner race of ball
bearing, and slowly press the pump body down to fit the
endplate (Figure 18).
Turn pump over; line up bolt holes and replace assembly
bolts. Alternately and evenly tighten the bolts as shown
(Figure 19). NOTE: After bolts have been tightened, check to
see if rotor is centered in pump case. Try to turn the pump
shaft, using a crescent wrench on the shaft as a lever.
Figure 18
Center Rotor in Pump Case
Figure 19
If pump turns hard:
1.
Place short brass rod (or hardwood dowel) against end of
shaft (Figure 20). Center rod on shaft (not on bearing). Tap
lightly with hammer. Try turning shaft again.
Figure 20
Figure 16
2. If this fails to center the rotor to where it can be turned
freely - tap other end of shaft, protecting it as above.
When the shaft can be turned by hand - using wrench
as above - it is not binding.
Figure 17
NOTE: If the endplate has been resurfaced, the body face
must also be resurfaced to allow for material taken off the
endplate. Follow same procedure as above with emery
cloth. Before new parts are installed, all burrs should be
removed - particularly in the rotor slots and body.
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3. If the pump binds within and tapping does not free it, it
may be necessary to “run the pump in” to wear off high
spots. Use talc solution mentioned earlier. Check pump
frequently during run-in.
L-0100R (5/11, Rev. C)
Repair Tool Kits
Tool Kit No. 3011-0006 for Series 6500
Tool Kit No. 3011-0021 for Series 4001/4101
Consists of: (A = 3010-0001) Endplate Support Fixture;,
(B = 3010-0002) Body Support Fixture, (C = 3010-0003)
Bearing & Seal Assembly Tool, (D = 3010-0004) Bearing
Disassembly Tool, (E = 3010-0010) Bearing Support Tool, (F
= 3010-0014) Bearing Race Support Tool, (G = 3010-0066)
Wire Brush, (H = 3010-0067) Brush Holder, (I = 3020-0009)
1/16" Allen Wrench, and Tool Box (3010-0168).
Symptom
Pump does not prime.
Consists of: (A = 3010-0003) Bearing & Seal Assembly Tool,
(B = 3010-0004) Bearing Disassembly Tool, (C = 30100010) Bearing Support Tool, (D = 3010-0014) Bearing Race
Support Tool, (E = 3010-0066) Wire Brush, (F = 3010-0067)
Brush Holder, (G = 3020-0009) 1/16" Allen Wrench, and
Tool Box (3010-0168).
Troubleshooting
Probable Cause(s)
Corrective Action
Obstruction in suction line.
Inspect hose for obstruction such as debris or
loose inner liner.
Leak in suction line.
Suction hose sucked to bottom
or side of tank.
Rollers stuck in pump.
Loss of pressure.
Disassemble pump and inspect rollers.
Replace seals.
Clogged suction strainer.
Check strainer and clean it regularly.
Air leak in inlet side plumbing.
Check hose and connections for leaks.
Use pipe joint sealant and retighten connections.
Pump turning in wrong direction.
Kinked or blocked suction hose.
weakened spring.
Correct rotation of pump (See Reversing Pump).
Inspect suction hose and repair as necessary.
Check relief valve and correct setting.
Faulty gauge.
Replace gauge.
Nozzle orifices worn.
Replace nozzles.
Pump seals leak air.
Replace seals.
Pump worn.
Corrosion (rust), scale or residue.
Solid object lodged in pump.
L-0100R (5/11, Rev. C)
Cut a notch or “V” in end of suction hose.
Pump seals leaking air.
Relief valve setting too low or
Pump will not turn.
Check hose and fittings for leaks, and correct.
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Repair pump (See Repair Instructions).
Loosen endplate bolts. Squirt oil into ports to
help free rotor. Retighten bolts.
Disassemble pump and remove objects.
Series 4000
18 19
5
3A
8
1
21
22
2
11A
9
17
20
23
6
16
9
5
15
3
8
12
RO
C 5
5
22
22 5 55
55
55
P
HY
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IMPORTANT:
When ordering parts, give PART
NUMBER and PART DESCRIPTION.
Reference Numbers are used ONLY to
point out parts in the drawing and are
NOT to be used as ordering numbers.
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Ref. Qty. Part
No. Req'd. Number
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0100-4001C
0100-4101C
0100-4001N
0100-4101N
0100-4001X
0100-4101X
Body (Cast Iron) with Std. Seal (4001)
Body (Cast Iron) with Std. Seal (4101)
Body (Ni-Resist) with Std. Seal (4001)
Body (Ni-Resist) with Std. Seal (4101)
Body(SilverCast) with Std. Seal (4001)
Body(SilverCast) with Std. Seal (4101)
3
3
3
3
1
1
1
1
0300-4001C
0300-4101C
3430-0765
3430-0766
Rotor (Cast Iron) & Shaft Assembly (4001)
Rotor (Cast Iron) & Shaft Assembly (4101)
Rotor Assembly (Std. 4001 Ni-Resist & XL)
Rotor Assembly (Std. 4101 Ni-Resist & XL)
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
0200-4001C
0200-4101C
0200-4001N
0200-4101N
0200-4001X
0200-4101X
Endplate (Cast Iron) with Std. Seal (4001)
Endplate (Cast Iron) with Std. Seal (4101)
Endplate (Ni-Resist) with Std. Seal (4001)
Endplate (Ni-Resist) with Std. Seal (4101)
Endplate (SilverCast) with Std. Seal (4001)
Endplate (SilverCast) with Std. Seal (4101)
3A
3A
1
1
3430-0780
3430-0781
Rotor Assembly (Std. 4001 Ni-Resist & XL)
Rotor Assembly (Std. 4101 Ni-Resist & XL)
7
8
8
8
4
2
2
2
2220-0018
2107-0002
2102-0001
2102-0001T
Endplate Screw
Viton Seal (Std.)
Buna-N Seal (Optional)
Teflon Coated Buna-N Seal (Optional)
5
5
5
6
4
4
4
1
1005-0002
1002-0002
1055-0002
1720-0104
Ref. Qty. Part
No. Req'd. Number
Description
9
11A
12
2
1
1
3420-0024
13
1
3420-0025
15
1 kit
1320-0016
16
17
18
19
1
1
1
1
2300-0023
2300-0021
1420-0001
2230-0001
15
20
21
22
23
Super Rollers (Std.)
Polypropylene Rollers (Optional)
Teflon Rollers (Optional)
O-Ring Gasket for Endplate
1 kit
1
2
2
2
2000-0010
Description
Ball Bearing (High temp. grease)
Name Plate (Specify pump model #)
Base Kit — Sold Separately
Includes: 1 Base, 2 Bolts, and 2 Lock
washers for mounting pump to electric
motors with 3-1/2" shaft centerline
Base Kit — Sold Separately
Includes: 1 Base, 2 Bolts, and 2 Lock
washers for mounting pump to electric
motors/gas engines with 4-3/16" shaft
centerlines
1320-0015
Adapter with 4 set screws for gas engine
mount (5/8" x 5/8") — Sold Separately
Adapter (5/8" x 3/4") — Sold Separately
1510-0054
1450-0003
2210-0003
2260-0002
Base — Sold Separately
Bumper — Sold Separately
Bolt — Sold Separately
Lock Washer — Sold Separately
Shaft Bearing Cover
Bearing Cover
Locking Collar
Set Screw
Repair Parts Kit No. 3430-0390 Consists of: (4) Ref. 5 Super Rollers, (1)
Ref. 6 O-Ring Gasket, (2) Ref. 8 Viton Seals.
Repair Parts Kit No. 3430-0158 Consists of: (4) Ref. 5 Polypropylene
Rollers, (1) Ref. 6 O-Ring Gasket, (2) Ref. 8 Viton Seals.
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L-0100R (5/11, Rev. C)
Models 4101C-25 and 4101XL-25
5
2
6
3
4
1
10
7
17
Ref. Qty. Part
No. Req'd. Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
1
2
2
1
1
1320-0016
19209
2210-0166
2270-0041
2549-0043
2840-0084
10
11
12
13
14
15
4
1
2
2
4
1
1005-0002
1720-0104
2000-0010
2107-0002
2220-0018
2300-0021
7
7
8
8
9
9
16
17
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
15
When ordering parts, give PART
NUMBER and PART DESCRIPTION.
Reference Numbers are used ONLY to
point out parts in the drawing and are
NOT to be used as ordering numbers.
Adapter and Kit
Key 3/16 x 1-1/2”
Hed Head Capscrew
Washer
Engine: 2.5 HP PowerPro
Shield
Body (Cast Iron)
Body (SilverCast)
Endplate (Cast Iron)
Endplate (SilverCast)
Rotor & Shaft Assembly (Cast Iron)
Rotor Assembly (SilverCast)
2300-0023
6031-0299
Bearing Cover w/Hole
Decal
14
11
IMPORTANT:
Description
0100-4101C
0100-4101X
0200-4101C
0200-4101X
0300-4101C
3430-0766
L-0100R (5/11, Rev. C)
12
13
8
9
Repair Parts Kit No. 3430-0390 Consists of: (4) Ref. 10 Super Rollers,
(1) Ref. 11 O-Ring Gasket, (2) Ref. 13 Viton Seals.
Super Rollers
O-ring Gasket for Endplate
Ball Bearing
Viton Seal
Socket Head Screw
Bearing Cover
10
Series 6500
2
3
9
12
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
2
2
2
4
1
1
1
1
6
6
6
2300-0021
2000-0010
2107-0002
2102-0001
2102-0001T
2210-0004
0200-6600C
0200-6600N
0200-6600X
1720-0008
1005-0004
1002-0004
1055-0004
8
Repair Parts Kits:
No. 3430-0380 Consists of (6) Ref. 7
Super Rollers, (1) Ref. 6 O-ring, and
(2) Ref. 3 Viton seals.
When ordering parts, give PART
NUMBER and PART DESCRIPTION.
Reference Numbers are used ONLY to
point out parts in the drawing and are
NOT to be used as ordering numbers.
1
2
3
3
3
4
5
5
5
6
7
7
7
10
7
IMPORTANT:
Ref. Qty. Part
No. Req'd. Number
11
No. 3430-0175 Consists of (6) Ref. 7
Polypropylene Rollers, (1) Ref. 6 O-ring,
and (2) Ref. 3 Viton seals.
Ref. Qty. Part
No. Req'd. Number
Description
8
Bearing Cover
Sealed Ball Bearing
Viton Seal (Standard)
Buna-N Seal (Optional)
Teflon-coated Buna-N Seal (Optional)
Bolts
Endplate (Cast Iron) with Seal
Endplate (Ni-Resist) with Seal
Endplate (SilverCast) with Seal
O-ring Gasket for Endplate
Super Roller (Standard)
Polypropylene Roller (Optional)
Teflon Roller (Optional)
9
9
9
10
11
12
12
11
1 kit 3420-0023
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0100-6600C
0100-6600N
0100-6600X
2404-0052
2300-0023
0300-6600C
3430-0767
Description
Base Kit - Sold Separately
Includes: (1) Base, (2) Bolts and
(2) Washers
Body (Cast Iron) with Seal
Body (Ni-Resist) with Seal
Body (SilverCast) with Seal
1” Hose Barb
Shaft Bearing Cover
Rotor Assembly (Cast Iron)
Rotor Assembly (Std. Ni-Resist & XL)
L-0100R (5/11, Rev. C)
Series 7560
14
8
3
11
2
13
12
10
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
Repair Parts Kits:
No. 3430-0381 Consists of (8) Ref. 7
Super Rollers, (1) Ref. 6 O-ring, and
(2) Ref. 3 Viton seals
IMPORTANT:
When ordering parts, give PART
NUMBER and PART DESCRIPTION.
Reference Numbers are used ONLY to
point out parts in the drawing and are
NOT to be used as ordering numbers.
Ref. Qty. Part
No. Req'd. Number
1
2
3
3
4
5
5
5
6
7
7
7
1
2
2
2
6
1
1
1
1
8
8
8
2300-0020
2008-0001
2112-0003
2112-0001
2210-0004
0204-7500C
0204-7500N
0204-7500X
1720-0014
1005-0004
1002-0004
1055-0004
L-0100R (5/11, Rev. C)
No. 3430-0167 Consists of (8) Ref. 7
Polypropylene Rollers, (1) Ref. 6 O-ring,
and (2) Ref. 3 Viton seals
Ref. Qty. Part
No. Req'd. Number
Description
8
8
10
Bearing Cover
Sealed Ball Bearing
Viton Seal (Standard)
Buna-N Seal (Optional)
Bolts
Endplate (Cast Iron) with Seal
Endplate (Ni-Resist) with Seal
Endplate (SilverCast) with Seal
O-ring Gasket for Endplate
Super Roller (Standard)
Polypropylene Roller (Optional)
Teflon Roller (Optional)
11
11
11
12
13
14
12
1 3430-0745
1 0308-7560C
1 kit 3420-0003
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0104-7500C
0104-7500N
0104-7500X
2404-0052
2300-0022
1610-0005
1610-0059
Description
Rotor Assembly (Std. Ni-Resist & XL)
Rotor Assembly (Cast Iron only)
Base Kit - Sold Separately
Includes: (1) Base, (3) Bolts and
(3) Washers
Body (Cast Iron) with Seal
Body (Ni-Resist) with Seal
Body (SilverCast) with Seal
1” Hose Barb
Shaft Bearing Cover
Key
Key (Stainless Steel)
Series 7700
12
3
13
9
2
11
10
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Repair Parts Kits:
No. 3430-0384 Consists of (8) Ref. 7
Super Rollers, (1) Ref. 6 O-ring, and
(2) Ref. 3 Viton seals
IMPORTANT:
When ordering parts, give PART
NUMBER and PART DESCRIPTION.
Reference Numbers are used ONLY to
point out parts in the drawing and are
NOT to be used as ordering numbers.
Ref. Qty. Part
No. Req'd. Number
1
2
3
3
4
5
5
5
6
7
7
7
8
1
2
2
2
6
1
1
1
1
8
8
8
1 kit
2300-0020
2008-0001
2112-0003
2112-0001
2210-0004
0200-7700C
0200-7700N
0200-7700X
1720-0014
1005-0004
1002-0004
1055-0004
3420-0010
No. 3430-0167 Consists of (8) Ref. 7
Polypropylene Rollers, (1) Ref. 6 O-ring,
and (2) Ref. 3 Viton seals
Ref. Qty. Part
No. Req'd. Number
Description
9
9
9
10
11
12
13
13
13
13
13
13
Bearing Cover
Sealed Ball Bearing
Viton Seal (Standard)
Buna-N Seal (Optional)
Bolts
Endplate (Cast Iron) with Seal
Endplate (Ni-Resist) with Seal
Endplate (SilverCast) with Seal
O-ring Gasket for Endplate
Super Roller (Standard)
Polypropylene Roller (Optional)
Teflon Roller (Optional)
Base Kit - Sold Separately
Includes: (1) Base and (4) Bolts
13
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0100-7700C
0100-7700N
0100-7700X
2404-0052
2300-0022
1610-0005
0300-7700C
0300-7700N
0300-7700X
0301-7700C
0301-7700N
0301-7700X
Description
Body (Cast Iron) with Seal
Body (Ni-Resist) with Seal
Body (SilverCast) with Seal
1” Hose Barb
Shaft Bearing Cover
Key
Rotor Assembly (Cast Iron)
Rotor Assembly (Ni-Resist)
Rotor Assembly (SilverCast)
Rotor Assembly (Cast Iron) Rev. Rot.
Rotor Assembly (Ni-Resist) Rev. Rot.
Rotor Assembly (SilverCast) Rev.Rot.
L-0100R (5/11, Rev. C)
Models 1700C, 1700N, and 1700XL
12
11
4
1
15
2
5
6
10
7
8
3
9
16
9
3
10
2
14
7A
13
8
IMPORTANT:
When ordering parts, give PART
NUMBER and PART DESCRIPTION.
Reference Numbers are used ONLY
to point out parts in the drawing and
are NOT to be used as ordering
numbers.
Ref. Qty. Part
No. Req'd. Number
1
2
3
3
4
5
5
5
6
7
7
7
7A
7A
7A
1
2
2
2
6
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
6031-0258
2008-0001
2112-0003
2112-0001
2210-0005
0200-1700C
0200-1700N
0200-1700X
1720-0099
0300-1700C
0300-1700N
0300-1700X
0301-1700C
0301-1700N
0301-1700X
Ref. Qty. Part
No. Req'd. Number
Description
Name Plate (Specify Pump Model #)
Sealed Ball Bearing
Viton Seal (Standard)
Buna-N Seal (Optional)
Bolt
8
9
10
10
1
1
1
1
0500-1502
1610-0005
2230-0018
2230-0034
Shaft Only
Key
Set Screw
Set Screw (SilverCast Only)
13
1 kit
3420-0010
14
15
16
1
1
1
2404-0191
2300-0020
2300-0022
Base Kit — Sold Separately
Includes: (1) Base and (4) Bolts
1-1/4" Hose Barb
Bearing Cover
Shaft Bearing Cover
11
11
11
12
12
12
Endplate (Cast Iron) with Seal
Endplate (Ni-Resist) with Seal
Endplate (SilverCast) with Seal
O-ring Gasket for Endplate
Rotor (Cast Iron) with shaft (Std. Rotation)
Rotor (Ni-Resist) with shaft (Std. Rotation)
Rotor (SilverCast) with shaft (Std. Rotation)
Rotor (Cast Iron) w/shaft (Reverse Rot.)
Rotor (Ni-Resist) w/shaft (Reverse Rot.)
Rotor (SilverCast) w/shaft (Reverse Rot.)
Description
5
5
5
1
1
1
1005-0005
1002-0005
1055-0005
0100-1700C
0100-1700N
0100-1700X
Super Roller (Standard)
Polypropylene Roller (Optional)
Teflon Roller (Optional)
Body (Cast Iron) with Seal
Body (Ni-Resist) with Seal
Body (SilverCast) with Seal
See Page 17 for the proper coupler or adapter.
Repair Parts Kit No. 3430-0437 Consists of: (5) Ref. 11 Super Rollers, (1)
Ref. 6 O-Ring Gasket, and (2) Ref. 3 Viton Seals.
Repair Parts Kit No. 3430-0161 Consists of: (5) Ref. 11 Polypropylene
Rollers and (1) Ref. 6 O-Ring Gasket, and (2) Ref. 3 Viton Seals.
Repair Parts Kit No. 3430-0383 (Universal) Consists of: (6) Ref. 11 Super
Rollers, (2) Ref. 6 O-Ring Gaskets, and (2) Ref. 3 Viton Seals.
Repair Parts Kit No. 3430-0407 Consists of: (5) Ref. 11 Super Rollers,
(1) Ref. 6 O-Ring Gasket, (2) Ref. 3 Viton Seals and (2) Ref. 2 Sealed Ball
Bearings.
Repair Parts Kit No. 3430-0160 Consists of: (5) Ref. 11 Polypropylene
Rollers and (1) Ref. 6 O-Ring Gasket, and (2) Ref. 3 Buna-N Seals.
L-0100R (5/11, Rev. C)
14
Models 1500C, 1500N, and 1500XL
12
11
4
1
14
2
5
10
6
7
3
2
15
9
8
3
7A
10
8
13
9
IMPORTANT:
When ordering parts, give PART
NUMBER and PART DESCRIPTION.
Reference Numbers are used ONLY
to point out parts in the drawing and
are NOT to be used as ordering
numbers.
Ref. Qty. Part
No. Req'd. Number
1
2
3
3
4
5
5
5
6
7
7
7
7A
7A
7A
8
1
2
2
2
6
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
6031-0258
2008-0001
2112-0001
2112-0003
2210-0026
0200-1500C
0200-1500N
0200-1500X
1720-0003
0300-1502C
0300-1502N
0300-1502X
0301-1502C
0301-1502N
0301-1502X
0500-1502
Description
Name Plate (Specify Pump Model #)
Sealed Ball Bearing
Buna-N Seal (Standard)
Viton Seal (Optional) (Std. for SilverCast)
Bolt
Endplate (Cast Iron) with Seal
Endplate (Ni-Resist) with Seal
Endplate (SilverCast) with Seal
O-ring Gasket for Endplate
Rotor (Cast Iron) with shaft (Std. Rotation)
Rotor (Ni-Resist) with shaft (Std. Rotation)
Rotor (SilverCast) with shaft (Std. Rotation)
Rotor (Cast Iron) w/shaft (Reverse Rot.)
Rotor (Ni-Resist) w/shaft (Reverse Rot.)
Rotor (SilverCast) w/shaft (Reverse Rot.)
Shaft Only
Ref. Qty. Part
No. Req'd. Number
Description
11
11
11
12
12
12
Super Roller (Standard)
Polypropylene Roller (Optional)
Teflon Roller (Optional)
Body (Cast Iron) with Seal
Body (Ni-Resist) with Seal
Body (SilverCast) with Seal
9
10
10
1
1
1
1610-0005
2230-0018
2230-0034
13
1 kit
3420-0004
14
15
1
1
6
6
6
1
1
1
1005-0005
1002-0005
1055-0005
0100-1500C
0100-1500N
0100-1500X
2300-0020
2300-0022
Key
Set Screw
Set Screw (SilverCast Only)
Base Kit — Sold Separately
Includes: (1) Base, (4) Bolts and
(4) Lockwashers
Bearing Cover
Shaft Bearing Cover
See Page 17 for the proper coupler or adapter.
Repair Parts Kit No. 3430-0383 (Universal) Consists of: (6) Ref. 11
Super Rollers, (2) Ref. 6 O-Ring Gaskets, and (2) Ref. 3 Viton Seals.
Repair Parts Kit No. 3430-0164 Consists of: (6) Ref. 11 Polypropylene
Rollers, (1) Ref. 6 O-Ring Gasket, and (2) Ref. 3 Viton Seals.
Repair Parts Kit No. 3430-0387 Consists of: (6) Ref. 11 Super Rollers,
(1) Ref. 6 O-Ring Gasket, and (2) Ref. 3 Buna-N Seals.
Repair Parts Kit No. 3430-0406 Consists of: (6) Ref. 11 Super Rollers,
(1) Ref. 6 O-Ring Gasket, (2) Ref. 3 Viton Seals and (2) Ref. 2 Sealed
Ball Bearings.
Repair Parts Kit No. 3430-0386 Consists of: (6) Ref. 11 Super Rollers,
(1) Ref. 6 O-Ring Gasket, and (2) Ref. 3 Viton Seals.
Repair Parts Kit No. 3430-0163 Consists of: (6) Ref. 11 Polypropylene
Rollers, (1) Ref. 6 O-Ring Gasket, and (2) Ref. 3 Buna-N Seals.
Repair Parts Kit No. 3430-0162 Consists of: (6) Ref. 11 Polypropylene
Rollers and (1) Ref. 6 O-Ring Gasket.
15
L-0100R (5/11, Rev. C)
Model 1200 (Discontinued)
4
12
5
7
6
8
9
10
3
11
16
14
13
2A
1
Ref. Qty. Part
No. Req'd. Number
1
2
2A
3
4
4
5
6
7
8
9
9A
1
1
1
2
2
2
4
1
1
4
1
1
1800-0013
2840-0049
6031-0258
2001-0006
2112-0008
2112-0009
2210-0019
0200-1200C
1720-0127
1005-0006
0300-1200C
0301-1200C
2
3
4
14
10
Ref. Qty. Part
No. Req'd. Number
Description
Retainer Ring
Bearing Cover
Name Plate (Specify Pump Model #)
Ball Bearing
Buna-N Seal (Standard)
Viton Seal (Optional)
10
11
12
13
14
1
1
1
1
1 kit
0500-1200
2230-0018
0100-1200C
1610-0005
3410-0031
16
1 kit
3430-0207
15
Hex Head Bolt
Endplate (Cast Iron) with Seal
O-ring Gasket for Endplate
Super Roller (Standard)
Rotor (Cast Iron) with shaft (Std. Rotation)
Rotor (Cast Iron) with shaft (Rev. Rotation)
1
1320-0081
Description
Shaft
Set Screw
Body (Cast Iron) with Seal
Key
Set Screw Kit
1-3/8" 6-spline 540 rpm PTO Adapter
(Forged Steel) Includes Kit No. 3410-0031
Sold Separately
Locking Collar Kit — Sold Separately
Includes: (1) Collar and (2) Set Screws
ORDER PARTS FROM YOUR SUPPLIER
Parts Kit No. 3430-0374 Consists of (4) Ref. 8 Super Rollers,
(1) Ref. 7 O-Ring, and (2) Ref. 4 Buna-N Seals.
Locking Collar Kit No. 3430-0207
For Series 1200 Roller Pumps
3. Thread the shorter set screw into the other threaded
hole in the locking collar.
This locking collar kit holds the pump driver shaft securely
on the tractor PTO shaft. It is designed to increase pump life
by reducing pump and PTO shaft wear due to vibration. To
install locking collar:
4. Slide pump driver hub over PTO shaft. Be sure PTO
groove is under set screw.
1. Slide collar onto pump driver shaft.
5. Tighten the longer screw very securely with a 3/16"
allen wrench.
2. Thread the longer set screw through the locking collar
and partially through the threaded hole in the pump
driver shaft. IMPORTANT: It is necessary to allow a
minimum of 1/8" clearance between the locking collar
and the pump driver shaft at set screw.
L-0100R (5/11, Rev. C)
15
9A
6. Tighten the shorter set screw very securely with the
same wrench. This binds set screw which prevents it
from coming loose.
16
7. NOTE: Locking collar is off-center on the pump driver
shaft when properly installed.
Roller Pump Performance Chart
U.S. Units
Metric Units
PSI
RPM
1100
1400
1800
GPM
5.5
7.1
9.1
0
25
50
HP GPM HP GPM HP
.06 4.9 .14 4.4 .24
.10 6.4 .20 5.9 .32
.14 8.5 .30 8.0 .46
PSI
RPM
1800
2200
2600
GPM
5.0
6.2
7.2
Series
6500
PSI
RPM
540
1000
1200
GPM
9.7
18.2
21.8
Series
7700
PSI
RPM
540
600
800
GPM
14.2
15.3
22.1
Series
7560
PSI
RPM
540
800
1000
GPM
12
18.3
22.5
Series
1700
4101 Models
PSI
RPM
540
600
1000
GPM
25.0
28.0
45.0
Series
1500
Series
4000
4001 Models
PSI
RPM
540
600
1000
GPM
33.1
36.8
62.1
75
GPM HP
4.1 .34
5.6 .44
7.6 .62
100
GPM HP
3.8 .41
5.3 .56
7.3 .78
125
GPM HP
3.5 .51
5.0 .68
7.0 .95
150
GPM HP
3.3 .62
4.8 .78
6.7 1.1
BAR
RPM
1100
1400
1800
LPM
20.8
26.9
34.4
75
GPM HP
4.2 .45
5.4 .55
6.4 .62
100
GPM HP
3.9 .56
5.0 .68
6.0 .76
125
GPM HP
3.7 .68
4.7 .82
5.7 .92
150
GPM HP
3.4 .78
4.4 .96
5.4 1.08
BAR
RPM
1800
2200
2600
LPM
18.9
23.5
27.3
200
GPM HP
5.6 1.29
14.0 2.34
17.3 2.84
250
GPM HP
4.9 1.65
13.4 2.91
16.5 3.48
300
GPM HP
4.3 1.91
12.7 3.47
15.7 4.17
BAR
RPM
540
1000
1200
LPM
36.7
68.9
82.5
0
25
50
HP GPM HP GPM HP
.11 4.8 .21 4.5 .34
.14 5.8 .27 5.6 .40
.16 6.9 .30 6.6 .46
0
50
100
150
HP GPM HP GPM HP GPM HP
.08 8.0 .38 7.2 .68 6.6 .97
.20 16.5 .71 15.4 1.26 14.7 1.80
.30 20.1 .90 19.1 1.51 18.2 2.14
0
0
HP
.23
.28
.37
HP
.33
.89
1.56
0
0
50
GPM
11.1
17.5
22
GPM
12.9
14.0
20.7
50
HP
.56
.62
.86
100
GPM HP
11.9 1.10
13.0 1.20
19.5 1.66
100
150
HP GPM HP GPM HP
.74 10.3 1.25 9.5 1.77
1.26 16.9 1.95 16.1 2.65
1.78 21.3 2.53 20.6 3.5
HP
.27
.34
1.42
GPM
21.0
24.5
43.0
HP
.51
.66
2.02
GPM
29.7
33.6
58.5
50
25
HP
1.18
1.39
3.0
100
GPM HP
19.0 2.13
22.0 2.36
41.0 4.67
HP
1.02
1.15
3.04
GPM
27.8
31.7
56.9
50
HP
1.45
1.68
3.69
GPM
11.2
12.3
18.6
150
200
GPM HP
8.6 2.26
15.5 3.4
20 4.2
GPM
17.0
20.0
39.0
GPM
24.3
28.3
53.9
HP
1.64
1.80
2.40
200
GPM HP
10.3 2.22
11.6 2.44
17.8 3.26
250
GPM HP
7.8 2.78
14.5 4.2
18.9 5.3
150
100
300
GPM HP
7.1 3.3
13.7 4.9
18.0 6.1
0
0
0
BAR
RPM
540
600
800
LPM
53.7
57.9
83.6
BAR
RPM
540
800
1000
LPM
45.4
69.3
85.2
0
HP
2.89
3.34
6.07
200
GPM HP
15.0 3.85
18.0 4.39
-
BAR
RPM
540
600
1000
LPM
94.6
106
170
HP
2.46
2.78
5.31
150
GPM HP
21.0 3.54
25.0 3.95
50.9 7.12
BAR
RPM
540
600
1000
LPM
125
139
235
HP
0.06
0.1
0.14
1.7
LPM HP
18.5 0.14
24.2 0.2
32.2 0.3
3.4
LPM HP
16.6 .24
22.3 0.32
30.3 0.46
5.2
LPM HP
15.5 0.34
21.2 0.44
28.7 0.62
6.9
LPM HP
14.4 0.41
20.1 0.56
27.6 0.78
8.6
LPM HP
13.2 0.51
18.9 0.66
26.5 0.95
10.3
LPM HP
12.5 0.62
18.2 0.78
25.4 1.1
HP
0.11
0.14
0.16
1.7
LPM HP
18.1 0.21
21.9 0.27
26.1 0.3
3.4
LPM HP
17.0 0.34
21.2 0.4
25.0 0.46
5.2
LPM HP
15.9 0.45
20.4 0.55
24.2 0.62
6.9
LPM HP
14.8 0.56
18.9 0.68
22.7 0.76
8.6
LPM HP
14.0 0.68
17.8 0.82
21.6 0.92
10.3
LPM HP
12.9 0.78
16.6 0.96
20.4 1.08
HP
0.08
0.2
0.3
3.4
LPM HP
30.3 0.38
62.4 0.71
76.1 0.9
6.9
LPM HP
27.3 0.68
58.3 1.26
72.3 1.51
10.3
LPM HP
25 0.97
55.6 1.8
68.9 2.14
13.8
LPM HP
21.2 1.29
53 2.34
65.5 2.84
17.2
LPM HP
18.5 1.65
50.7 2.91
62.4 3.48
20.7
LPM HP
16.3 1.91
48.1 3.47
59.4 4.17
0
HP
0.23
0.28
0.37
HP
0.33
0.89
1.56
0
0
LPM
48.8
53
78.3
3.4
3.4
LPM HP
42 0.74
66.2 1.26
83.3 1.78
HP
0.56
0.62
0.86
6.9
LPM HP
39 1.25
64 1.95
80.6 2.53
3.4
HP
0.27
0.34
1.42
LPM
79.5
92.7
163
HP
0.51
0.66
2.02
LPM
112
127
221
1.7
LPM
45
49.2
73.8
6.9
HP
1.1
1.2
1.66
10.3
LPM HP
36 1.77
60.9 2.65
78 3.5
6.9
HP
1.18
1.39
3.00
LPM
71.9
83.3
155
HP
1.02
1.15
3.04
LPM
105
120
215
LPM
42.4
46.6
70.4
13.8
LPM HP
32.5 2.26
58.7 3.4
75.7 4.2
HP
2.13
2.36
4.67
3.4
10.3
HP
1.45
1.68
3.69
LPM
64.3
75.7
148
13.8
LPM HP
39 2.22
43.9 2.44
67.4 3.26
17.2
LPM HP
29.5 2.78
54.9 4.2
71.5 5.3
10.3
LPM
92
107
204
HP
1.64
1.8
2.4
6.9
20.7
LPM HP
26.9 3.3
51.9 4.9
68.1 6.1
HP
2.89
3.34
6.07
13.8
LPM HP
56.8 3.85
68.1 4.39
-
HP
2.48
2.78
5.31
10.3
LPM HP
79.5 3.54
94.6 3.95
193 7.12
Note: "HP" is electrical horsepower. Consult your gas engine supplier for engine horsepower required.
17
L-0100R (5/11, Rev. C)
List of Dimensions — Hypro Adapters
PTO Adapters
(Female to Female)
Part Number
1320-0015
1320-0016
1320-0022
1320-0033
1320-0038
1320-0053
1320-0054
1320-0059
1320-0076
1320-0077
1320-0078
1320-0079
1320-0080
1320-0081
PTO (I.D.)
Pump End (I.D.)
Material
RPM
Pump Model
5/8"
5/8"
steel
*
4000, 6500
3/4"
13/8" (6 spline)
13/8" (6 spline)
13/8" (21 spline)
13/8" (21 spline)
5/8"
steel
*
4000, 6500
5/8"
die cast
540
15/16"
die cast
1000
3/4"
3
1 /8" (6 spline)
15/16"
die cast
die cast
*
540
1500, 1700, 7560,7700
13/8" (6 spline)
13/8" (6 spline)
13/8" (21 spline)
13/8" (21 spline)
13/4" (20 spline)
13/8" (6 spline)
15/16"
forged steel
540
1500, 1700, 7560, 7700
Pump Model
15/16"
die cast
5/8"
die cast
1"
6500
540
1500, 1700, 7560, 7700
1000
4000, 6500
1500, 1700, 7560
5200
5/8"
15/16"
5/8"
15/16"
1"
forged steel
forged steel
forged steel
forged steel
forged steel
540
1000
1000
1000
540
6500
1500, 1700, 7560
4000, 6500
1500, 1700, 7560
5200
1321-0006
1321-0007
1321-0008
1321-0009
1321-0012
1321-0013
PTO (I.D.)
13/8" (6 spline)
13/8" (6 spline)
13/8" (21 spline)
13/8" (21 spline)
13/8" (multi-speed)
13/8" (multi-speed)
Pump End (I.D.)
Material
die cast
die cast
die cast
die cast
die cast
die cast
RPM
540
540
1000
1000
540/1000
540/1000
6500
1500, 1700, 7560, 7700
4000, 6500
1500, 1700, 7560
4000, 6500
1500, 7560, 7700
1323-0072
1323-0073
1323-0074
1323-0075
1323-0076
1323-0077
13/8" (6 spline)
13/8" (21 spline)
13/8" (6 spline)
13/8" (21 spline)
13/8" (multi-speed)
13/8" (multi-speed)
15/16"
15/16"
5/8"
5/8"
15/16"
5/8"
forged steel
forged steel
forged steel
forged steel
forged steel
forged steel
540
1000
540
1000
540/1000
540/1000
1500,1700, 7560, 7700
1500, 1700, 7560
6500
4000, 6500
1500, 1700, 7560
4000, 6500
* Refer to the recommended pump rpm.
Quick Couplers
(Female to Female)
Part Number
L-0100R (5/11, Rev. C)
5/8"
15/16"
5/8"
15/16"
5/8"
15/16"
18
WHAT
Roller Pump, Rollers and Seals
SHOULD YOU USE?
Application
WEED CONTROL
CHEMICALS
Specific Chemicals
Material options for rollers and seals are
listed in the order of recommendations for
usage. These recommendations are only a
general guide. For suggestions on specific
chemicals or applications, call Hypro’s
Technical/Applications Department at
(800) 445-8360.
Suggested Pump, Rollers and Seals
Emulsions, soluble powders,
sodium arsenate
Use a SilverCast™, Ni-Resist, or cast iron
pump; Super Rollers and Viton seals.
NOTE: For weed control chemicals containing
glyphosate (such as Roundup®) or other
acidics, use only a SilverCast pump with Super
or polypropylene rollers and Viton seals. Teflon
rollers may be used up to 100 psi.
INSECT CONTROL
Emulsions, not containing
aromatic solvents
BRUSH CONTROL
Heavy-duty sprays using
diesel oil for carrier
PEST CONTROL
CHEMICALS,
FUMIGANTS, ETC.
This category or use includes mosquito
sprays, termite control liquids,
nematocides, soil and grain fumigants,
where any of the following chemicals
with aromatic solvents are present:
Pentachlorophenol, xylene, xylol, benzene, high sulphur fuel or diesel oil.
Fumigants containing: ethylene
dichloride, ethylene dibromide, carbon
tetrachloride, perchlorethylene,
trighlorethylene, methyl bromide, and
other aromatic solvents.
Use a SilverCast, Ni-Resist or cast iron pump; Super
Rollers and Viton seals.
LIQUID FERTILIZERS
Up to 32% nitrogen content, or others
if the liquid is at atmospheric pressure
and the temperature is handled.
Use a SilverCast or Ni-Resist pump with
polypropylene rollers and Buna-N seals.
POWDERED
FERTILIZERS
Fertilizers dissolved in water
(greenhouse plant food)
Use a SilverCast, Ni-Resist or cast iron pump; Super or
polypropylene rollers; and Buna-N or Viton seals.
PUMPING
SPRAYING
MATERIAL HANDLING
ACIDS
Large quantities of plain water
Wettable powder sprays
Heavy abrasive powders in suspension
Mild sulfuric acid for spraying; mild muriatic acid, inhibited muriatic, etc.
Use a SilverCast pump, Viton seals, and polypropylene
or Teflon rollers.
NOTE: Limit pressure to 100 psi
when using Teflon rollers.
19
L-0100R (5/11, Rev. C)
Limited Warranty on Hypro/SHURflo Agricultural Pumps & Accessories
Hypro/SHURflo (hereafter, “Hypro”) agricultural products are warranted to be free of defects in material and workmanship under
normal use for the time periods listed below, with proof of purchase.
- Pumps: one (1) year from the date of manufacture, or one (1) year of use. This limited warranty will not
exceed two (2) years, in any event.
- Accessories: ninety (90) days of use.
This limited warranty will not apply to products that were improperly installed, misapplied, damaged, altered, or incompatible with
fluids or components not manufactured by Hypro. All warranty considerations are governed by Hypro’s written return policy.
Hypro’s obligation under this limited warranty policy is limited to the repair or replacement of the product. All returns will be tested
per Hypro’s factory criteria. Products found not defective (under the terms of this limited warranty) are subject to charges paid by the
returnee for the testing and packaging of “tested good” non-warranty returns.
No credit or labor allowances will be given for products returned as defective. Warranty replacement will be shipped on a freight allowed
basis. Hypro reserves the right to choose the method of transportation.
This limited warranty is in lieu of all other warranties, expressed or implied, and no other person is authorized to give any other
warranty or assume obligation or liability on Hypro’s behalf. Hypro shall not be liable for any labor, damage or other expense, nor shall
Hypro be liable for any indirect, incidental or consequential damages of any kind incurred by the reason of the use or sale of
any defective product. This limited warranty covers agricultural products distributed within the United States of America. Other world market
areas should consult with the actual distributor for any deviation from this document.
Return Procedures
All products must be flushed of any chemical (ref. OSHA section 1910.1200 (d) (e) (f) (g) (h)) and hazardous chemicals must be
labeled/tagged before being shipped* to Hypro for service or warranty consideration. Hypro reserves the right to request a Material Safety
Data Sheet from the returnee for any pump/product it deems necessary. Hypro reserves the right to “disposition as scrap” products returned
which contain unknown fluids. Hypro reserves the right to charge the returnee for any and all costs incurred for chemical testing, and proper
disposal of components containing unknown fluids. Hypro requests this in order to protect the environment and personnel from the hazards
of handling unknown fluids.
Be prepared to give Hypro full details of the problem, including the model number, date of purchase, and from whom you purchased your
product. Hypro may request additional information, and may require a sketch to illustrate the problem.
Contact Hypro Service Department at 800-468-3428 to receive a Return Merchandise Authorization number (RMA#).
Returns are to be shipped with the RMA number clearly marked on the outside of the package. Hypro shall not be liable for freight damage
incurred during shipping. Please package all returns carefully. All products returned for warranty work should be sent shipping charges
prepaid to:
HYPRO
Attention: Service Department
375 Fifth Avenue NW
New Brighton, MN 55112
For technical or application assistance, call the Hypro Technical/Application number: 800-445-8360, or send an email to:
[email protected] To obtain service or warranty assistance, call the Hypro Service and Warranty number: 800-468-3428;
or send a fax to the Hypro Service and Warranty FAX: 651-766-6618.
*Carriers, including U.S.P.S., airlines, UPS, ground freight, etc., require specific identification of any hazardous material being shipped. Failure to do so may
result in a substantial fine and/or prison term. Check with your shipping company for specific instructions.
Printed in the USA
2011 Hypro
SPRAY & INJECTION TECHNOLOGIES GROUP
375 Fifth Avenue NW • New Brighton, MN 55112
Phone: (651) 766-6300 • 800-424-9776 • Fax: 800-323-6496
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