Sanitary Pump---User`s Manual:

Sanitary Pump---User`s Manual:
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TRIPLE-SCREW PUMP
OWNERS MANUAL
G12-427
05/26/04
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
This is an industrial component. Only a qualified systems integrator should be
allowed to design it into a system. The integrator must determine proper plumbing,
mounting, driveline and guard components.
Improper installation or use could lead to a serious, even fatal, accident. The system
integrator must communicate all safe operation procedures to the end user(s).
Before operation, fully understand and follow the instructions shown in this manual
and any instructions communicated by the system integrator. No one should be
allowed to operate or maintain this pump who has not been fully trained to work
safely according to the configuration of the pump system and in accordance with all
applicable government and industry regulations.
Roper Pump Company
P.O. Box 269
Commerce, GA 30529 USA
Telephone: (706) 335-5551
TeleFAX: (706) 335-5490
Email: [email protected]
www.roperpumps.com
NOTE:
Do not pump abrasive liquids. Pump is intended for clean liquids.
INSTALLATION
Handling:
To prevent damage or shifting due to an unbalanced load when
moving the pump, use straps (i.e. slings) wrapped around the pump as
shown in figure on the right. Make sure that the slings cross each other
to prevent slipping. Do not lift or move using the drive shaft.
Ports and direction of Rotation:
Make sure the inlet and outlet ports have been correctly plumbed
corresponding to the direction of rotation. To change inlet and outlet
flow direction, move the foot to the opposite side of the pump. Do not
reverse direction of rotation. It may damage the pump.
GOOD PRACTICE
NOTE:
These are general guidelines and do not cover all possible situations.
It is the responsibility of the system integrator to properly apply this product.
Plumbing
1. The inlet pipe should be as short and straight as possible to
minimize suction pressure losses. Excessive restrictions at
the inlet can cause cavitation resulting in poor performance,
noise, vibration, or pump damage.
2. Slope the inlet plumbing appropriately to avoid air pockets.
3. Plumbing weight, misalignment with the ports or thermal
expansion can exert excessive force on the pump. Plumbing
must be properly supported and aligned with expansion joints,
if required, to minimize these forces.
4. A relief valve is recommended, as close to the pump outlet as
possible, to prevent over pressure situations. The relief valve
should be before any shut-off valves.
Separate Pump and Drive Assemblies
Driveline Guards
1. Assure adequate guards have been installed to prevent
accidental contact of moving components.
2. Follow all OSHA, Federal, state and local codes.
Over pressure may burst pump or
system components. Always
include a relief valve in
installation. Do not over
pressurize pump or block
discharge line while running.
Check Alignment of Pump to Driveline
Excessive misalignment can overload the pump input shaft and
cause premature failure. The figures below show parallel and
angular misalignments.
Parallel
Angular
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Mounting Base
Mount the unit on a rigid, heavy base to provide support and absorb shock.
Bases should not only be designed for high rigidity but also for strength.
When mounting to cement or concrete use a steel base plate (supplied by
others) to distribute the mounting stress over an area large enough to
prevent the cement from failing. The base plate should be at least as thick
as the pump feet, and grouted in place.
Roper Pumps’ Close Coupled Drives
Motor driven units where the drive mounts directly to the pump
• Driveline is not exposed and does not require guards.
• Alignment between pump and drive line is maintained by the assembly.
• Because the assembly absorbs reaction forces of the driveline, the
mounting base does not need to be as robust. The level of rigidity and
strength is determined by the piping stresses from the system.
Operating without guards could
result in serious injury or death.
Machinery in operation can
grab, crush, cut, mangle, and
dismember. Do not operate
without adequate guards in
place.
Routine Maintenance
Check the pump seals for leakage. Replace seals if needed by
following the cartridge service procedure provided in this manual.
Planned Rebuild Cycle
The unit should be scheduled for cartridge service every 10,000 to
20,000 hours of operation. The exact period is based on the severity of
service and is best determined through experience with the application.
Cartridge service consists of replacing the mechanical seal, bearing,
gaskets and O-rings (Roper Pump Minor Repair Kit). During the service
examine the screws and cartridge bores for wear. Replace the cartridge
assembly (Roper Pump Major Repair Kit) if wear is excessive or pump
performance is deteriorating.
Injection Hazard
Avoid close contact with fluid jets.
Escaping fluid can penetrate skin
Causing serious injury.
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CARTRIDGE REMOVAL & REPLACEMENT
Removal
1. Remove 6 cartridge bolts.
2. Use 2 of the bolts as jacking screws to assist cartridge removal.
3. When free, slide the cartridge out of the body.
CARTRIDGE
GASKET
CARTRIDGE
O-RING
Replacement
1. Replace the cartridge gasket, cartridge O-ring and the far end gasket. Coat O-ring with a light film of grease for
retention during assembly.
FAR END
PLATE
GASKET
IDLER
SCREW
POWER
SCREW
IDLER
SCREW
2. Orient the cartridge so that the 3 pump screws are positioned vertically.
3. Tighten 6 cartridge bolts and the bolts that hold the far end plate to a specified torque—see page 6 for maximum
torque values.
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CARTRIDGE SERVICE
Remove the gland plate.
Remove the seal housing. Use 2 of the bolts as jackscrews
to assist removal.
Remove the rotating part of the mechanical seal.
Loosen spacer setscrews and remove it.
Remove the circlip, using circlip pliers.
Use a puller to remove the bearing.
Be careful to not to damage the shaft, sealing surface.
Examine the screws and cartridge bores for wear. Replace the cartridge assembly if wear is excessive or pump
performance has deteriorated
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Slide new bearing on the shaft until it bottoms on the
shoulder. Install a new circlip, using circlip pliers.
Push spacer on the shaft so that it is seated against
the circlip and tighten setscrew to specified torque—
see page 7 for torque values.
SEAL HOUSING
GASKET
Push the rotating half of the new mechanical seal down the
shaft till it bottoms on the spacer.
Note: The sealing face should be pointing outwards.
Using a new gasket replace the seal housing. Tighten
4 seal housing bolts to a specified torque—see
page 7 for maximum torque values.
SEAL FACE
Install the O-ring on the stationary half of the mechanical
seal.
Push the stationary half into the gland plate with the sealing
face pointing as shown.
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GLAND
GASKET
Install a new gland gasket as shown.
Tighten the gland plate to a specified torque—see below
for maximum torque values.
Fastener Size
Max Bolt Torque in
Nm/Lb-ft
M3
0.38/0.28
M4
0.89/0.66
M5
1.80/1.33
M6
3.10/2.29
M8
7.40/5.46
M10
15.00/11.07
M12
26.00/19.19
M16
64.00/47.23
M20
120.00/88.56
M24
210.00/155.00
M30
430.00/317.34
M36
740.00/546.12
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DIMENSIONAL DETAILS
Symbol
D00185
D00369
D00492
mm
A
130
B
75
D
100
E
57.5
F
50
G
10
H
7
Hd
71
Hk
16
L
210
L2
130
R
25
U
14
V
30
Wk
5
X
100
Y
100
Inlet
Outlet -
in
5.12
2.95
3.94
2.26
1.97
0.39
0.28
2.80
0.63
8.27
5.12
0.98
0.55
1.18
0.20
3.94
3.94
1.25
1.00
D00608
D00757
D00811
D01014
D01059
D01077
D01211
D01513
mm
185
135
112
80
80
12
11
80
21.5
285
165
40
19
40
6
120
120
-
in
7.28
5.31
4.41
3.15
3.15
0.47
0.43
3.15
0.85
11.22
6.50
1.57
0.75
1.57
0.24
4.72
4.72
2.00
1.50
PUMP MODELS
D01967
D04618
D02155
D05773
D03147
D06053
D03934
D06488
D07264
D08110
D09685
D12106
mm
210
190
160
90
140
16
14
112
31
355
240
70
28
60
8
150
150
-
in
8.27
7.48
6.30
3.54
5.51
0.63
0.55
4.41
1.22
13.98
9.45
2.76
1.10
2.36
0.31
5.91
5.91
3.00
2.50
mm
320
300
225
135
210
20
22
160
41
490
325
105
38
80
10
190
190
-
in
12.60
11.81
8.86
5.31
8.27
0.79
0.87
6.30
1.61
19.29
12.80
4.13
1.50
3.15
0.39
7.48
7.48
5.00
4.00
D13789
D17237
D18916
D21280
D23644
D25177
D31471
mm
420
425
280
180
300
25
26
200
59
650
460
150
55
110
16
250
250
-
in
16.54
16.73
11.02
7.09
11.81
0.98
1.02
7.87
2.32
25.59
18.11
5.91
2.17
4.33
0.63
9.84
9.84
8.00
6.00
D41563
D51904
D77478
D96848
mm
540
660
400
225
520
36
36
280
85
900
670
260
80
170
22
340
340
-
in
21.26
25.98
15.75
8.86
20.47
1.42
1.42
11.02
3.35
35.43
26.38
10.24
3.15
6.69
0.87
13.39
13.39
12.00
10.00
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PARTS LIST
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TERMS & CONDITIONS AND LIMITED WARRANTY
This agreement (this “Agreement”), consisting of these Terms and Conditions, and the associated Order Acknowledgement is binding upon Roper
Pump Company, hereinafter “SELLER,” and the customer, hereinafter “BUYER.” By placing an order for a product with the Seller, the Buyer agrees to
these Terms and Conditions of sale and acknowledges that the person placing the order has the authority to enter into the Order Acknowledgement on
Buyer’s behalf.
LEGAL EFFECT: Except as expressly otherwise agreed to in writing by an authorized representative of Seller, the following terms and conditions
shall apply to and form a part of any Order Acknowledgement. Seller may suspend its performance of any Order Acknowledgement if Buyer defaults in
the performance of its duties under the Order Acknowledgement or under any other agreement between the Buyer and Seller.
ACCEPTANCE: The sale of goods and services is expressly conditional on Buyer’s acceptance of Seller’s terms and conditions as stated herein.
Provided that Seller’s terms and conditions have not been previously accepted by Buyer, Buyer’s receipt of goods or services shipped under this
Agreement constitutes acceptance of these terms and conditions. No additional, different or conflicting provisions proposed by Buyer are acceptable to
Seller and are hereby specifically rejected, Seller being unwilling to sell goods on any terms conflicting with, limiting or modifying the terms hereof. Buyer
shall not sell, transfer or otherwise provide any goods to another for resale without the prior, written authorization of Seller. Seller reserves the right to
sell and to authorize other entities to sell such goods through all means and channels of distribution and in competition with Buyer. Buyer acknowledges
that it has no authority to bind or contract in the name or for the account of Seller, to create any liability against Seller or to exert any direction or control
over Seller’s personnel.
CHANGES: This Agreement and the associated Order Acknowledgement constitutes the entire agreement between Seller and Buyer with respect to
the subject matter thereof, and supersedes all prior oral or written agreements. This Agreement and the associated Order Acknowledgement may not be
amended or modified, except by a further written agreement signed by an authorized representative of Seller. Seller reserves the right to make
reasonable changes to an Order Acknowledgement, including changes as to packaging, testing, specifications, designs and delivery schedules. The
terms and conditions of any purchase order or other instrument issued by Buyer or its agent in connection with this Agreement and the associated Order
Acknowledgement or any goods sold thereunder that is in addition to or inconsistent with the terms and conditions of this Agreement or the associated
Order Acknowledgement are null and void and shall not be binding on Seller. Buyer’s changes made after formation of this Agreement that affect the
schedule or requirements for services or otherwise affect the scope of this Agreement shall be submitted in writing by Buyer and shall become binding
only if approved in writing by Seller’s cognizant representative. All charges and delays resulting from such changes shall be solely determined by Seller
and shall be binding upon Buyer.
TERMINATION, SUSPENSION, AND CANCELED ORDERS: Provided that Seller receives adequate written notice from Buyer, Buyer may
terminate or suspend performance at Buyer’s convenience subject to all reasonable charges, which charges shall be solely determined by Seller. Buyer
cannot cancel or alter Orders without the Seller’s written consent. If Seller grants such consent, Buyer will reimburse Seller for all of Seller’s losses and
expense caused by such cancellation or alteration, including without limitation all of Sellers additional costs caused by changes in design or
specifications, or by product revisions, and all incidental and consequential damages incurred by Seller as a result of such cancellation or alteration. No
goods may be returned to Seller except with Seller’s written consent. Title in a returned good will pass when Seller takes possession of the returned
goods.
CREDIT: The amount of credit offered by Seller to Buyer is contingent upon Seller’s opinion of Buyer’s capacity, ability, and willingness to promptly
pay for goods and services received under the terms of this Agreement. Provided that, in Seller’s opinion, there is a material adverse change in Buyer’s
financial condition and/or Buyer has not, within the agreed time, fully paid for goods and services previously supplied under this and/or another
Agreement(s) with Seller, Seller reserves the right to revoke Buyer’s credit and/or suspend performance on this and/or other orders for goods and
services.
PAYMENTS: Standard terms for customers who qualify for credit net 30. A monthly service charge of 1.5% may be charged on amounts owed by
Buyer to Seller that have not been paid within by the due date, subject to the maximum amount permitted by law.
TAXES. Buyer assumes exclusive liability for any and all taxes, tariffs, fees, duties, withholdings or like charges, whether domestic or foreign, now
imposed or hereafter becoming effective (“Taxes”) related to the goods and its purchases from Seller, including without limitation, federal, provincial,
state and local taxes, value-added taxes, goods and services taxes, stamp, documentary, excise or property taxes, duties and other governmental
charges.
TITLE AND LIEN RIGHTS: The equipment will remain personal property, regardless of how it is installed or affixed to any realty or structure. After
delivery to Buyer, Seller will have all such rights, including security interests and liens, in the equipment as lawfully may be conferred upon Seller by
contract under any applicable provision of law. Buyer agrees to cooperate fully with Seller in the filing of any financing statements, including Uniform
Commercial Code (UCC) filings or other documents necessary to perfect such interests and liens. If Buyer defaults in its obligations under the Order
Acknowledgement before the price (including any notes given therefore) of the equipment has been fully paid in cash, Seller may take any and all
actions permitted by law to protect its interests including, where permissible, repossession of such equipment.
SHIPMENTS: All sales are Ex-Works Factory (as such term is defined by the International Chamber of Commerce as of the date hereof). Shipping
contracts made by Seller shall be to Buyer’s account. All claims for loss or damage after risk of loss has passed to Buyer shall be filed by Buyer with the
carrier. Buyer shall be liable to Seller for the full price of the goods, irrespective of loss or damage in transit. Seller shall not be required to provide
freight cost receipts to Buyer at the time of invoice. Buyer shall bear all risk and expense for delivery of goods, including without limitation, shipping,
loading, unloading, storage, freight, and insurance. Goods may be shipped to Buyer in whole or in part. Title to goods shall pass to Buyer when
delivered to the carrier or the Buyer, whichever occurs first, even if the goods are shipped freight prepaid. Among other things, a signed delivery receipt
or bill of lading will constitute proof of delivery. The choice of carrier is made solely at the discretion of Seller, and Seller makes no representation as to
the acceptability of a particular carrier. Except when Seller expressly agrees in writing, Seller does not guarantee shipment or delivery by a certain date
or time, although Seller will strive to deliver goods by the date that it may communicate to Buyer. Seller shall not be liable to Buyer, or any other person,
for any loss or damage of any kind which results from delay in shipment, delivery, or failure to give notice of delay, whether or not such delay was
caused by Seller or otherwise. Seller reserves the right to backorder any goods and to ship from backorder in such order as Seller determines.
LIMITED WARRANTY: Seller warrants, to its original Buyer, that goods manufactured by Seller are free from defects in material and workmanship
for 12 months from date of shipment (except for specified products with warranties that supercede this limited warranty. Please consult factory for these
products). The Buyer hereby acknowledges and agrees, though free from defects in material and workmanship at the time of shipment, that the useful
life of goods manufactured by Seller will vary depending upon the Buyer’s frequency of use, application, and other factors, with regard to such goods. In
that respect, notwithstanding any other provision to the contrary in the Agreement, these Terms and Conditions, or the Order Acknowledgement, the
Seller specifically does not warrant the useful life of any product. If a failure to conform to specifications or a defect in materials or workmanship is
discovered within this period, Seller must promptly be notified in writing within thirty (30) days, which notification, in any event must be received no later
than 12 months from the date of shipment. Within a reasonable time after such notification, Seller will correct any failure to conform to specifications or
any defect in materials or workmanship, or in lieu of such repair, and at its sole option, shall replace the equipment. THE ABOVE ARE THE BUYER’S
EXCLUSIVE REMEDIES FOR BREACH OF WARRANTY. Seller does not warrant: (a) defects caused by failure to provide suitable installation
environment for the product, (b) damage caused by use of the product for purposes other than those for which it was purchased, (c) damage caused by
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disasters such as fire, flood, wind, and lightning, (d) damage caused by unauthorized attachments, or modification, (e) any other abuse or misuse by the
Buyer, including improper installation; or (f) goods which have been damaged or altered by Buyer or its customers.
Each good sold by Seller to Buyer shall be deemed to be without defect and in conformity with its specifications and the terms of this Agreement and
the associated Order Acknowledgement even though reasonable variances may exist. As a result, Seller cannot and does not guarantee that goods
sold hereunder, whether in whole or in part, will exactly match in specification or otherwise, and Buyer acknowledges that reasonable variance is
permissible. Additionally, Seller shall have no liability if a good does not conform to any applicable state, county or local ordinance, as the conformity of
a good to each state, county and local ordinance is the sole responsibility of the Buyer. Seller reserves the right to change its goods and the
components of its goods without prior notice to Buyer, although in circumstances where an order from Buyer has been accepted by Seller, Seller will use
commercially reasonable efforts to ensure that such change will not affect performance of the good in a materially adverse manner.
EXCEPT AS SET FORTH ABOVE AND TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, SELLER MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTIES FOR
A PRODUCT OR UNDER THIS AGREEMENT OR ANY ORDER ACKNOWLEDGEMENT AND HEREBY DISCLAIMS ALL OTHER WARRANTIES,
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR USE, AND
INCLUDING THE WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY. IN NO CASE SHALL SELLER BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES BASED UPON ANY LEGAL THEORY, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOSS OF PROFITS, LOSS OF SAVINGS
OR REVENUE, LOSS OF USE OF THE PRODUCT OR ANY ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT, COST OF CAPITAL, COST OF ANY SUBSTITUTE
EQUIPMENT, FACILITIES OR SERVICES, DOWNTIME, THE CLAIMS OF THIRD PARTIES INCLUDING CUSTOMERS, INJURY TO PROPERTY
AND, UNLESS PRECLUDED UNDER APPLICABLE STATE LAW, BODILY AND PERSONAL INJURY.
INDEMNITY; LIABILITY LIMITATION: Buyer hereby agrees to indemnify, reimburse in full, defend and hold harmless Seller, its subsidiaries,
affiliates, officers, directors, personnel and agents from and against any and all liability, claims, suits, actions, losses, costs or expenses including
(without limitation) reasonable attorneys’ fees relating to or arising out of any claim or demand (a) for any Taxes or related penalties and interest, (b) due
to Buyer’s breach of the Order Acknowledgement; (c) that Buyer’s customers or a third party may make against Seller based upon or arising from
damage due to the acts and/or omissions of Buyer or due to the installation of the goods; (d) for infringement or misappropriation of a third party’s
intellectual property rights based upon Seller’s incorporation of any designs, formulas or specifications in any goods where such designs, formulas or
specifications have been specifically ordered or requested by Buyer. To the maximum extent allowable under applicable law and excluding those
liabilities that by law Seller cannot limit or disclaim, (i) Seller’s aggregate liability arising from or relating to this Order Acknowledgement or goods,
regardless of the cause of action asserted, is limited to the amount paid by Buyer to Seller for the applicable goods and (ii) Seller shall not be liable for
any special, incidental, consequential, indirect, or punitive damages, including without limitation, lost revenues, loss of use of the goods, loss resulting
from improper storage, processing, padding/cushion, delay in delivery or shipment or errors in shipment or labeling, loss of data, or the cost of any
substitute goods or related equipment, even if Seller has been advised of the possibility of such damages.
EXPORT RESTRICTIONS: Buyer shall not export or re-export goods in violation of any applicable laws or regulations of the United States or the
country in which Buyer obtained them.
CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION. During the term of this Agreement and the associated Order Acknowledgement and for the longer of (a) three (3)
years following its termination and (b) for such Confidential Information of Seller that is a Trade Secret of Seller as defined by applicable law, for the life
of such Seller Trade Secret, Buyer agrees to receive and hold Confidential Information of Seller in trust and in strictest confidence and shall not use,
reproduce, distribute, disclose or otherwise disseminate any Confidential Information except as necessary to perform its obligations hereunder.
Disclosures of the Confidential Information may be made only to Buyer’s employees and agents who have a specific need to know and are subject to
confidentiality restrictions at least as restrictive as those contained herein. “Confidential Information” means confidential information relating to the
business, products and services of Seller which is or has been disclosed to Buyer, and which has value to Seller and is not generally known to Seller’s
competitors, including (without limitation), information regarding the specifications provided to Buyer by Seller and Seller’s product plans, designs, costs,
prices, finances, marketing plans, business opportunities, personnel, R&D activities and know-how.
CONTROLLING LAW: This Agreement and the associated Order Acknowledgement entered into hereunder shall be governed and construed in
accordance with the laws of the State of Georgia and of the United States of America without reference to any conflicts of law principles; the parties
submit themselves to the jurisdiction of the federal and state courts located in Jackson County, Georgia, which shall have exclusive jurisdiction of any
disputes arising hereunder, and the parties waive any objection to venue therein. The United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale
of Goods, the Uniform Law on the Formation of Contracts for the International Sale of Goods, and any applicable international discovery and service of
process conventions shall not be applicable. In the event legal action is undertaken by Seller to collect any amounts due to Seller by Buyer hereunder
and if Seller prevails in such action, then Buyer shall reimburse Seller for its reasonable attorney fees and costs incurred in conjunction with such action,
which amount shall not exceed the maximum amount allowed by law of the forum in which such action is brought.
ASSIGNMENT: Neither this Agreement nor any associated Order Acknowledgement may be assigned by the Buyer, or its contents publicized by
the Buyer, without the written consent of Seller. Seller shall have the right to assign, transfer or sublicense all or any part of this Agreement or any
associated Order Acknowledgement to another at any time and without the consent of Buyer.
MISCELLANEOUS: The various provisions of this Agreement and any associated Order Acknowledgement are severable, and any determination
of invalidity or unenforceability of any one provision hereof shall no bearing on the continuing force and effect of the remaining provisions hereof. This
Agreement and any associated Order Acknowledgement and the terms and conditions contained herein constitute the entire understanding of the
parties with respect to the purchase and sale of the goods, and any prior agreements, with respect thereto, whether written or oral, are superseded
hereby. This Agreement and any associated Order Acknowledgement shall be binding on the parties and their respective successors and any permitted
assigns.
ELECTRONIC DATA INTERCHANGE. The parties may execute a Order Acknowledgement by transmitting and receiving the data contained in the
Order Acknowledgement electronically rather than in paper form. To provide the legal validity and enforceability of such Order Acknowledgement, the
parties further agree that the data transmitted herein will be considered “in writing” and to have been “signed.” The parties agree not to contest the
validity or enforceability of a Order Acknowledgement because of the electronic origination, transmission, storage or handling of such Order
Acknowledgement. Any computer printout of the data contained in the Order Acknowledgement will be considered an “original” when maintained in the
ordinary course of business and will be admissible as between the parties to the same extent and under the same conditions as other business records
maintained in documentary form. The parties agree to properly use those security procedures which are reasonably sufficient to ensure that a
transmission of the data contained in a Order Acknowledgement is authorized and to protect its business records and data from improper sources.
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