240V AdBlue Transfer Pump Stations

240V AdBlue Transfer Pump Stations
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Model: SPS240VADEF & SPS240VADEFA
240V AdBlue Transfer Pump
Stations
User’s Manual
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WARNING: Read carefully and understand all
INSTRUCTIONS before operating. Failure to follow the safety
rules and other basic safety precautions may result in serious
personal injury.
A. MACHINE DESCRIPTION
PUMP: Self-priming, volumetric, diaphragm pump, equipped with by-pass valve.
MOTOR: Asynchronous motor, single-phase, 2 pole, closed type (protection class IP55 in conformance with
EN 60034-5-86 regulations) self-ventilated.
B. TECHNICAL DATA
B1. Configuration
Item No.
Pump model
Voltage
Suction Hose
Delivery Hose
Nozzle
Flow Meter
SPS240VADEF
SAP240V25L
240V
1.5M
6M
Manual
Yes
SPS240VADEFA
SAP240V25L
240V
1.5M
6M
Auto
Yes
C. OPERATING CONDITIONS
C1. ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
TEMPERATURE: Min. -10oC(14℉) / Max. +60oC(140℉)
RELATIVE HUMIDITY: Max. 90%
ATTENTION!
The temperature limits shown should be adhered to, to prevent damage to the pump.
C2. ELECTRICAL POWER SUPPLY
Depending on the model, the pump must be supplied by a single-phase alternating current line whose
nominal values are shown in the table in Paragraph B1 – ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS.
The maximum acceptable variations from the electrical parameters are:
Voltage: +/-5% of the nominal value
Frequency: +/-2% of the nominal value
ATTENTION!
Power from lines with values outside the indicated limits can damage the electrical components.
C3. WORKING CYCLE
The pumps are designed for continuous use under maximum back pressure.
ATTENTION!
Functioning under by-pass conditions is only allowed for brief periods of time (2-3 minutes
maximum).
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C4. FLUIDS PERMITTED
PERMITTED
• Chemical products: Urea, weak acid & weak alkaline fluid etc.
• Water
D. MOVING AND TRANSPORT
Given the limited weight and size of the pumps (see overall dimensions), moving the pumps does not require
the use of lifting devices.
E. INSTALLATION
E1. DISPOSING OF THE PACKING MATERIAL
The packing material does not require special precautions.
Refer to local regulations for its disposal.
E2. PRELIMINARY INSPECTION
• Check that the machine has not suffered any damage during transport or storage.
• Clean the inlet and outlet openings, removing any dust or residual packing material.
• Make sure that the motor shaft turns freely.
• Check that the electrical specifications correspond to those shown on the identification plate.
ATTENTION!
THE MOTORS ARE NOT ANTI-EXPLOSIVE. Do not install them where inflammable vapours can be
present.
E3. CONNECTING
• Before connection, make sure that the tubing and the suction tank are free of dirt and thread residue that
could damage the pump and its accessories.
• Do not use conical threaded joints that could damage the threaded pump openings if excessively tightened.
Step 1: SUCTION HOSE:
- Connect the 1.5M Suction hose by the Hose tail (#8) and Clamp (#12) to the inlet of the pump.
Step 2: DELIVERY HOSE:
- Connect the 6M Delivery hose by the Hose tail (#8) and Clamp (#12) to the outlet of the pump or the flow
meter.
Step 3: FLOW METER (Optional):
- Connect the flow meter by the Elbow (#9) to the outlet of the pump.
Step 4: NOZZLE
- Connect the dispensing nozzle by the Clamp (#12) to the delivery hose.
E4. DISPENSING
After installation the completed pump system as picture indicated, connect the power supply, start pumping.
ATTENTION!
It is the installer’s responsibility to use hose with adequate characteristics.
Loosening of the connections (threaded connections, flanging, gasket seals) can cause serious
ecological and safety problem.
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Check all the connections after the initial installation and on a daily basis after that.
Tighten the connections, if necessary.
F. DAILY USE
a. If using flexible tubing, attach the ends of the tubing to the tanks. In the absence of an appropriate slot,
solidly grasp the delivery tube before beginning dispensing.
b. Before starting the pump, make sure that the delivery valve is closed (dispensing nozzle or line valve).
c. Turn the ON/OFF switch to ON. The by-pass valve allows functioning with the delivery closed only for brief
periods.
d. Open the delivery valve, solidly grasping the end of the tubing.
e. Close the delivery valve to stop dispensing.
f. When dispensing is finished, turn off the pump.
ATTENTION!
Function with the delivery closed is only allowed for brief periods (2-3 minutes maximum).
After using, make sure the pump is turned off.
G. PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS
PROBLEM
The Motor is not turning
The motor turns slowly when
starting
POSSIBLE CAUSE
CORRECTIVE ACTION
Lack of electric power
Check the electrical connecting
Motor Problems
Contact the Service Department
Low voltage in the electric power Bring the voltage back within the
line
anticipated limits
Low level in the suction tank
Refill the tank
Filter clogged
Clean the filter
Excessive suction pressure
Lower the pump with respect to
the level of the tank or increase
the cross-section of the tubing
High loss of head in the delivery
Use shorter tubing or of greater
circuit (working with the by-pass
diameter
open)
Low or no flow rate
Increased pump noise
By-pass valve blocked
Dismantle the valve, clean and/or
replace it.
Air entering the pump or the
suction tubing
Check the seals of the
Connections
A narrowing in the suction tubing
Use tubing suitable for working
under suction pressure
Low rotation speed
Check the voltage at the pump.
Adjust the voltage and/or use
cables of greater cross-section
The suction tubing is resting on
the bottom of the tank
Raise the tubing
Cavitation occurring
Reduce suction pressure
Irregular
by-pass
functioning
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of
the
Dispense fluid until the air is
purged from the by-pass system
Leakage from the pump body
Diaphragm damaged
Check and replace the diaphragm
H. MAINTENANCE
All models are designed and constructed to require a minimum of maintenance.
In any case always bear in mind the following basic recommendations for a good functioning of the pump:
- On a weekly basis, check that the tubing joints have not loosened, to avoid any leakage.
- On a monthly basis, check the pump body and keep it clean of any impurities.
- On a weekly basis, check and keep clean the line suction filter.
- On a monthly basis, check that the electric power supply cables are in good condition.
I. NOISE LEVEL
Under normal working conditions the noise emission from all models does not exceed the valve of 80 db at a
distance of 1 meter from the electric pump.
J. DISPOSING OF CONTAMINATED MATERIALS
In the event of maintenance or demolition of the machine, do not disperse contaminated parts into the
environment.
Refer to local regulations for their proper disposal.
K. DIAGRAM AND PARTS LIST
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No.
Description
Qty
No.
Description
Qty
1
Crash gasket
4
10
Clip
2
2
Bracket
1
11
Bolt
4
3
Nut
4
12
Hose clamp
3
4
Nozzle
1
13
Suction hose
1.5m
5
Nozzle holder
1
14
Elbow
1
6
Electric pump
1
15
O-ring
2
7
O-ring
2
16
Flow meter
1
8
Hose tail
2
17
Hose tail
1
9
Delivery hose
6.5m
18
Lock nut
2
L.DIMENSIONAL DATA
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