Grundfos RF2 User Manual

Grundfos RF2 User Manual
For Sales & Service Contact
GRUNDFOS INSTRUCTIONS
2650 E. 40th Ave. • Denver, CO 80205
Phone 303-320-4764 • Fax 303-322-7242
1-800-833-7958
www.geotechenv.com
2
Stainless Steel Submersible Pumps
for Environmental Purge & Sampling Applications
USA Installation and operating instructions
Please leave these instructions with the pump for future reference.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
C
P
Shipment Inspection..................................................................................................................2
Pre-Installation Checklist ......................................................................................................2-3
Wire Cable Type............................................................................................................................3
Installation.................................................................................................................................3-4
Maintenance ...........................................................................................................................5-10
Assembly diagram.....................................................................................................................12
Parts/Accessory List...................................................................................................................14
G S S S P
Your Grundfos Redi-Flo2 Environmental Pump is of the utmost quality.
Combined with proper installation, your Grundfos pump will give you many
years of reliable service.
To ensure the proper installation of the pump, carefully read the complete
manual before attempting to install the pump.
SAFETY WARNING
E W
Before beginning installation procedures, these installation and operating instructions
should be studied carefully. All electrical work should be carried out by a qualified electrician
in accordance with the latest edition of the National Electrical Code (NEC), local codes and
regulations.
A T E R
When handling and operating the Redi-Flo Variable Performance Pump system, all
environmental regulations concerning the handling of hazardous materials must be
observed. When the pump is taken out of operation, great care should be taken to ensure
that the pump contains no hazardous materials that might cause injury to human health or
to the environment.
R  P  S
Only pumps that are certified as uncontaminated will be accepted by GRUNDFOS for
servicing. GRUNDFOS must receive this certification prior to receiving the pump. If not,
GRUNDFOS will refuse to accept delivery of the pump. In these cases, all costs incurred in
returning the product to the customer will be paid by the customer. Contact your distributor
for details on returning Redi-Flo products for servicing.
E H
The Redi-Flo Variable Performance Pump system is not approved for Class 1, Division 1, Group
D locations as specified by the National Electrical Code (NEC). Consult local authorities and
regulations if you have any doubt about its suitability for a specific application.
1
PRE-INSTALLATION
S I
Examine the components carefully to make sure no damage has occurred to the
pump-end, motor, cable or control box during shipment.
This Grundfos Redi-Flo2 Environmental Pump should remain in its shipping
carton until it is ready to be installed. The carton is specially designed to protect
it from damage. During unpacking and prior to installation, make sure that the
pump is not contaminated, dropped or mishandled.
The motor is equipped with an electrical cable. Under no circumstance should
the cable be used to support the weight of the pump.
✔
P-I C
Before beginning installation, the following checks should be made.
They are all critical for the proper installation of this submersible pump.
A. C   W
If the pump is to be installed in a new well, the well should be fully developed
and bailed or blown free of cuttings and sand. Dispose of discharged materials
in accordance with the specific job site requirements. The stainless steel
construction of the Redi-Flo2 Environmental Pump makes it resistant to
abrasion; however, no pump, made of any material, can forever withstand the
destructive wear that occurs when constantly pumping sandy groundwater.
The inside diameter of the well casing should be checked to ensure that it is not
smaller than the size of the pump and motor.
B. C   W
Redi-Flo2 pumps are designed for pumping cold groundwater that is free of air
or gases. Decreased pump performance and life expectancy can occur if the
groundwater is not cold or contains air or gases.
C. I D
Pumping sand or well sediment can occur when the pump motor is installed
lower than the top of the well screen or within five feet of the well bottom. This
can reduce the performance and life expectancy of the pump and should be
avoided.
D. E S
The Redi-Flo2 motor is a 3 phase 220 VAC unit designed to be driven by the
Redi-Flo2 VFD.
2
INSTALLATION PROCEDURES
W C T
The wire cable used between the pump and control box or panel should be
approved for submersible pump applications. The conductor insulation should
have a continuous Teflon® jacket with no splices and must be suitable for use
with submersible pumps.
I
The riser pipe or hose should be properly sized and selected based on estimated
flow rates and friction-loss factors.
A back-up wrench should be used when attaching a riser pipe or metallic nipple
to the pump. The pump should only be gripped by the flats on the top of the
discharge chamber. The body of the pump, or motor should not be gripped
under any circumstance.
I S R P  U
An approved pipe thread compound should be used on all joints. Make sure the
joints are adequately tightened in order to resist the tendency of the motor to
loosen the joints when stopping and starting.
After the first section of the riser pipe has been attached to the pump, the lifting
cable or elevator should be clamped to the pipe. Do not clamp the pump. When
raising the pump and riser section, be careful not to place bending stress on the
pump by picking it up by the pump-end only. A check valve may be added to the
pump to prevent fluid from flowing back into the pump after it is turned off.
Make sure that the electrical cables are not cut or damaged in any way when
the pump is being lowered in the well.
The drop cable should be secured to the riser pipe at frequent intervals to
prevent sagging, looping or possible cable damage.
I P  F R P  U:
Use the correct compound recommended by the pipe manufacturer or specific
job specifications. Make sure that joints are securely fastened.
Do not connect the first plastic or flexible riser section directly to the pump.
Always attach a metallic nipple or adapter into the discharge chamber of the
pump. When tightened, the threaded end of the nipple or adapter must not come
in contact with the check valve retainer in the discharge chamber of the pump.
3
INSTALLATION PROCEDURES
IMPORTANT - Plastic and flexible pipe tend to stretch under
load. This stretching must be taken into account when securing
the cable to the riser pipe.
Leave enough slack between tie points to allow for this
stretching. This tendency for plastic and flexible pipe to stretch
will also affect the calculation of the pump setting depth. If the
depth setting is critical, check with the manufacturer of the
pipe to determine how to compensate for pipe stretch.
When these types of pipe are used, it is recommended that a
safety cable be attached to the pump to lower and raise it. A
safety cable bracket is available from Grundfos
(part # 001A0019)
P  W  C
While installing the pump, proper care should be used not
to introduce foreign objects or contaminants into the well.
To protect against surface water entering the well and
contaminating the well, the well should be finished off
utilizing a locally approved well seal.
L  P I  W
Make sure the electrical motor leads are not cut or damaged in any way when
the pump is being lowered into the well. Do not use the motor leads to support
the weight of the pump.
4
INSTALLATION PROCEDURES
O C
To ensure the Redi-Flo Variable Performance Pumping system operates properly,
follow these guidelines:
• The Redi-Flo2® pump must be installed vertically with the discharge
end pointed upwards.
• The pump and motor must always be completely submerged in fluid to
ensure lubrication and cooling of the motor.
• The temperature of the fluid being pumped should be according to the
technical specifications.
• The installation depth of the pump should always be at least three feet
below the maximum drawdown level of the well.
• Redi-Flo pumps are not recommended for well development or pumping fluid
containing abrasives.
• Redi-Flo2® pumps are not recommended for continuous operation
applications.
• The warranty of the Redi-Flo pumps will be void if other than the Redi-Flo
VFD is used or if corrosive fluids are pumped.
• The service life of dedicated Redi-Flo pumps may be compromised if the
ambient water quality exceeds one or more of the following values:
pH<5 DO>2 ppm H2S>1 ppm CL->500 ppm TDS>1000 ppm
E
WARNING: To reduce the risk of electrical shock during operation of this pump
requires the provision of acceptable grounding. Refer to the Redi-Flo Variable
Frequency Drive Instructions Manual (L-RF-IO-009) for proper wiring instructions.
All electrical work should be performed by a qualified electrician in accordance
with the latest edition of the National Electrical Code, local codes and regulations.
5
MAINTENANCE
D  R P E
The Redi-Flo2® pump can be dismantled and reassembled quickly and easily by
referring to the diagram on page 12 and following these steps:
DISMANTLING
1. Shut the pump off by placing the Redi-Flo VFD in the stop position.
2. Disconnect Redi-Flo VFD from power supply or generator.
3. Disconnect the motor lead from the Redi-Flo VFD.
4. Remove the pipe or tubing connected to the pump (OPTIONAL).
5. Remove the Set Screw (position 12 in the diagram on page 12). Grasp the Inlet
Screen (position 1) and slowly but forcefully pull it up over the Pump Housing
(position 2).
DO NOT ALLOW THE INLET SCREEN TO SCRAPE THE INSULATION FROM THE
MOTOR LEAD.
6. Unscrew and remove the Pump Housing (counterclockwise when viewed from
the top). This will expose the impeller assembly (guide vanes, wear rings, etc.),
which can now be removed by hand for extended cleaning or replacement.
REASSEMBLY
To reassemble the Redi-Flo2® pump, refer to the diagram on page 12 and:
1. Make sure the motor lead is not connected to the Redi-Flo VFD.
2. Return the impeller assembly components (guide vanes, wear rings, etc.) to
the shaft in the proper order per impeller assembly diagram.
3. Screw the Pump Housing (position 2) back onto the top of the pump. If all of
the impellers and chambers were replaced correctly, the Pump Housing should
screw on easily. Hand tighten.
4. Slip the Inlet Screen (position 1) back over the Pump Housing. Screw the Set
Screw (position 12) back into the Inlet Screen.
MAKE SURE TO LINE UP THE MOTOR LEAD WIH THE RECESSED AREA IN THE
PUMP HOUSING TO AVOID SCRAPING THE INSULATION FROM THE LEAD.
6
MAINTENANCE
D  R M
If the pump is moved from well to well, it should be thoroughly decontaminated
prior to being installed in the next well. In addition to cleaning the individual
components inside and outside, the water in the pump motor should be
replaced using the syringe that came with your pump. This can be accomplished
through the following steps:
1. Shut the pump off by placing the Redi-Flo VFD in the stop position.
2. Disconnect Redi-Flo VFD from power supply or generator.
3. Disconnect the motor lead from the Redi-Flo VFD.
4. Remove the discharge tubing and the pump end (follow dismantling procedure page 5).
5. Turn the pump and motor upside down.
6. Use a flat blade screwdriver
to remove the filling screw
on the bottom of the motor.
50
ml.
30
10. Clean motor shaft with a
brush.
11. Empty the water from the
motor.
12. Clean inside of stator
housing with a brush.
13. Replace motor shaft into
stator housing.
7
10
9. Continue to remove bearing
housing and motor shaft
from stator housing.
20
8. Push gently on the motor
shaft to move bearing
housing out of the stator
housing.
15. Replace bearing housing and
tighten Allen screws.
40
7. Remove the three Allen head
set screws at the bottom of
the motor with a 2.5 mm
Allen wrench.
14. Refill motor using contaminantfree deionized water using the
syringe that came with your RediFlo2® pump.
16. Continue to add water until the
level is even with the bottom
edge of the screw hole.
17. Replace and tighten the filling
screw.
18. Turn the pump over several times,
then remove the filling screw
again to let any trapped air
escape (if air is left inside the
motor, the life of the motor will
be shortened). Add more water,
as necessary. Fluid should
overflow when the fill cap is
screwed back on the motor cavity.
19. Replace and tighten the filling
screw.
20. Replace pump end and piping
(see reassembly page 6)
MAINTENANCE
R  M L
To replace the motor lead, refer to the diagram on page 12 and follow these steps:
REMOVING THE OLD MOTOR LEAD
1. Make sure the Redi-Flo VFD is turned OFF, and the motor lead is not connected
to the Redi-Flo VFD.
2. Loosen and remove the Set Screw (position 12) from the Inlet Screen (position 1).
3. Slide the Inlet Screen off the pump. If you plan to use this motor lead again, be
careful not to scrape insulation from it as the Inlet Screen is removed.
4. Loosen and remove the Pump Housing (position 2). Remove the impeller
assembly (impellers, guide vanes, etc.).
5. Refer to the illustration on page 12. Use a 6mm wrench to loosen and remove
the Motor Lead Screw (position 14) for the ground lead (green/yellow wire).
6. Pull up on the ground lead to remove it. Using a small screwdriver and
precision electronics pliers, pry up and remove the Teflon® Washer (position 15)
and Brass Washers (position 16 ) from inside the enlarged Ground Motor Screw
(position 13). Remove the 8mm Ground Motor Screw.
7. Use an Allen wrench (2.5 mm) to remove the two Motor Screws (position 19)
holding the Suction Interconnector (position 10) in place. Remove the Suction
Interconnector but be very careful to note which of its slots is lined up with
which motor lead -- this will be very helpful during reassembly. You may wish
to scratch a mark on both the Suction Interconnector and the motor to aid in
matching them up later.
8. Refer to the illustration on the next page. Use a 6mm wrench to loosen and
remove the remaining Motor Lead Screws (position 14).
9. Pull up on each of the leads to remove them. Make a note which lead comes
out of each hole-- this is a MUST when installing the new motor lead. Using a
small screwdriver and precision electronics pliers, unscrew and remove the
Teflon® Washer (position 15) and the Grommet (position 17).
8
MAINTENANCE
I  N M L
10. Ensure the motor lead holes are clean and free of
moisture.
11. String the Inlet Screen (position 1) onto the motor lead.
12. String the motor lead components (shown at right)
onto the end of each motor lead wire (except the striped
green ground wire). Using a wire crimp tool, properly
crimp each pin onto the lead wires.
13. For each wire, place the Crimped Pin (position 18)
down into the motor lead hole. Press the Grommet
(position 17) and Teflon® Washer (position 15) down
around the lead. Be sure to reconnect the lead wires in
their previous pattern described below.
P C
M L
Motor Lead Screw
(position 14)
Teflon® Washer
(positon 15)
Grommet
(positon 17)
Crimped Pin
(positon 18)
Teflon® is a registered
trademark of DuPont
MOTOR LEADS
1
2
3
NOTE: For Tefzel motor lead, use the
following wiring pattern: 1, 2, 3 clock wise
from ground terminal (striped green).
GREEN STRIPE
(GROUND)
4
2
1
3
14. While pushing the lead down into the motor lead
hole, use a 6mm wrench to tighten the Motor Lead
Screw (position 14) into place. Repeat for the other two
lead wires.
15. Replace the Suction Interconnector (position 10).
Replace the Ground Motor Screw (position 13). Since the
ground wire will be attached to this screw, you will want
to put it into the hole that will cause the least amount
of twisting to the wire.
16. Replace and tighten the two Motor Screws
(position 19) with an Allen wrench.
9
G M L
Motor Lead Screw
(position 14)
Teflon® Washer
(positon 15)
Brass Washers
(position 16)
Ground Motor
Screw
(position 13)
INSTRUCTIONS
17. String the motor ground lead through the hex lead screw, teflon washer and
brass washers. Strip about 1/4 inch of insulation from the lead and fray the
copper strands outward as shown. Press the washers down into the ground
screw and tighten the motor lead screw in place.
18. Return the impeller assembly to the top of the Suction Interconnector
(position 10). Refer to the diagram on page 12 for the proper sequence.
19. Screw the Pump Housing (position 2) back onto the Suction Interconnector.
20. Position the motor lead in the recessed area of the Pump Housing.
21. Carefully push the Inlet Screen (position 1) over the Pump Housing and the
Suction Interconnector.
BE VERY CAREFUL TO AVOID SCRAPING THE INSULATION
FROM THE MOTOR LEAD AS THE INLET SCREEN IS FITTED.
22. Line up the screw hole in the Inlet Screen with the screw hole in the Pump
Housing. Fit and tighten the Set Screw (position 12).
23. Connect the motor lead to the Redi-Flo VFD and test the
rotation of the pump. Submerge the pump in water, start
it at its slowest speed and make sure the pump shaft is
turning counterclockwise (when viewed from the top). If
the rotation is incorrect, switching any two power leads
(with POWER OFF) will correct the problem.
Top
View
24. Reconnect the tubing or pipe.
P M I
If the pump is operating at a decreased capacity and the impeller assembly
components (impellers, guide vanes, etc.) do not appear to be the cause, the
motor should be checked. A checklist of things to examine includes:
• Check the fluid level inside the motor (refer to page 7).
Replace and refill as necessary.
• Inspect the outside of the motor for cracks, dents, etc.
• Remove the Inlet Screen (position 1), Pump Housing (position 2), and the
impeller assembly (guide vanes, wear rings, etc.). Try to spin the motor shaft
by hand. It should spin freely. If it does not, the motor must be replaced.
• Check the winding and insulation resistance of the motor and lead as
described on page 11.
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INSTRUCTIONS
W R
Turn the power off and disconnect the motor lead from
the converter. Using an ohmmeter, set the scale to R X 1.
Zero-adjust the meter and measure the resistance between
any two power conducting leads (prongs on the motor lead
plug). If the ohm value is too low, the motor may be shorted.
If too high, the motor windings or the leads may be open.
Lead Length Ohm Value
0 ft ..................................................3.0 - 3.5 S
50 ft ...................................................3.6 - 4.1 S
75 ft..................................................3.9 - 4.4 S
100 ft ..................................................4.2 - 4.7 S
125 ft...................................................4.5 - 5.0 S
150 ft...................................................4.8 - 5.3 S
175 ft....................................................5.1 - 5.6 S
200 ft..................................................5.4 - 5.9 S
250 ft..................................................6.0 - 6.5 S
300 ft...................................................6.6 - 7.1 S
I R
Turn the power off and disconnect the motor lead from the converter. Use a
500V megohmmeter or megger (1 Meg = 1 M = 1 million). Zero-adjust the meter
and measure the resistance between any power conducting leads (prongs on
the motor lead plug) and ground. If the pump has been removed from the well,
a good way to test this (as shown above) is to submerge the motor lead and
Redi-Flo2® pump in a bucket of water. Touch one lead of the megohmmeter to
the pump and one to a motor lead.
If the ohm value is lower than 1.5M S on any lead other than
ground, the motor or lead is defective and must be replaced.
C C F W
The pump components should be periodically checked to ensure they are still
within their minimum operating tolerance (refer to the Assembly Diagram
below).
Impeller (position 5) ......................The impellers should show no visible wear.
Guide Vane (position 3)................The guide vanes should show no visible wear.
Wear Ring (position 4)..................The minimum thickness ("A" in the illustration)
should never be less than 0.04" (1.0 mm)
In addition, visually check all components for
cracks, corrosion, or wear.
11
INSTRUCTIONS
S R
The pump should be thoroughly cleaned before storage to ensure no
contamination is present. Both the pump and the converter should be
stored in a clean and dry area in the following temperature range:
34°F (1°C) to 120°F (50°C)
A D — R-F2®
ASSEMBLY DIAGRAM
REDI FLO2
Pump Components
Pos.
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
Part
Description
Inlet Screen
Pump Housing 1/2" NPT
Guide Vane
Wear Ring
Impeller
Spacer Ring
Wear Plate
Motor Lead Assembly
Shaft
Suction Interconnector
Stator Housing
Set Screw
Ground Motor Screw
Motor Lead Screw
Teflon® Washer
Brass Washer
Grommet
Crimped Pin
Motor Screw (long)
Motor Screw (short)
Filling Screw w/ O-Ring
Motor Thrust Washers
Lip Seal
Bearing Housing O-Ring
No. Used
Per Pump
Part
Number
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
4
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
2
3
3
2
6
1
2
1
2
1A0004
1A0044
see Service Kits
"
"
"
"
see Pos. 13 - 18
not available *
1A5004
not available *
see Service Kits
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
ID5566
see Service Kits
2
3
4
5
6
7
3
4
5
6
7
1
Teflon® is a registered trademark of Du Pont
*Not economical to replace. Must purchase complete pump/motor
14
Motor Lead Screw
22
12
MOTOR LEAD ASSEMBLY (position 8)
Power
Conducting Motor
Leads (3)
Ground
Motor
Lead (1)
Impeller
Assembly
9
10
14
Motor Lead Screw
8
15
Teflon® Washer
15
Teflon ® Washer
19
17
Grommet
23
11
16
Brass Washers
18
Crimped Pin
22
24
13
Ground Motor Screw
20
10
21
19
12
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
R-F2® P  M
ELECTRIC
Full Load Rating
.5 HP / 220V / 3 PH / 400 Hz / 5.5A
Maximum Current (SFA)
5.5 amps
Motor Protection
Thermal overload - Thermik Geratebau,
Series SY6 - (176°F [80°C])
Current Overload - Incorporated into
Redi-Flo VFD
PIPING CONNECTION
¤ " Female NPT
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Discharge Port
OPERATING CONDITIONS
Minimum Ambient Fluid Temperature
34°F (1°C)
Maximum Ambient Fluid Temperature
80°F (28°C)
MOTOR FLUID
Motor Lubricating Fluid
Deionized (DI) Water
STORAGE CONDITIONS
Minimum Ambient Temperature
34°F (1°C)
Maximum Ambient Temperature
120°F (50°C)
DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHT (PUMP AND MOTOR)
Dimensions
11.3" length x 1.81" diameter
Net Weight
5.5 lbs., excluding motor lead
LEAD LENGTHS
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Standard Lengths in Feet
30, 50, 75, 100, 125, 150, 175, 200,
250, 300
Custom Lengths
Available in 1 ft. increments from
30 to 300 ft.
REDI-FLO2® PARTS AND ACCESSORIES
R-F2® S K, T  M L
Replacement parts, service tools and motor leads are available using the
following part numbers:
S K
Position
in Diagram
Part Description ....................No. In Kit
Park Number
3
4
5
6
7
Guide Vane ................................................2
Wear Ring ..................................................2
Impeller ......................................................2
Spacer Ring................................................2
Wear Plate ................................................2
4
7
Wear Ring ..................................................4
Wear Plate ................................................4
13
14
15
16
17
18
Ground Motor Screw..............................1
Motor Lead Screw ..................................4
Teflon® Washer ........................................4
Brass Washer ............................................2
Grommet....................................................3
Crimped Pin ..............................................3
5
12
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
Impeller ......................................................1........................................1A00018
Set Screws ................................................25......................................1A00038
Motor Lead Screws ................................12 ......................................1A00048
Teflon® Washer ......................................25 ......................................1A00058
Brass Washer ..........................................25......................................1A00068
Grommet ..................................................25 ......................................1A00078
Crimped Pin..............................................50......................................1A00088
Motor Screw (Long) ..............................25......................................1A00098
Motor Screw (Short)..............................25 ......................................1A00108
Filling Screw with O-Ring ....................5........................................1A00118
Motor Thrust Washers ..........................4 ......................................1A00128
125061
1A5050
1A00028
T® M L R K
30 foot
50
“
100
“
125
“
150
“
175
“
200 “
250
“
300 “
Length ............................................................................1A5100
“ ..................................................................................1A5102
“ ..................................................................................1A5103
“ ..................................................................................1A5104
“ ..................................................................................1A5105
“ ..................................................................................1A5106
“ ..................................................................................1A5107
“ ..................................................................................1A5108
“ ..................................................................................1A5109
A L
Redi-Flo2® Safety Cable Bracket
(Placed between the top of the pump and discharged piping connector) ......................1A0019
Redi-Flo2® Cooling Shroud ......................................................................................1A004Z
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LIMITED WARRANTY
All Redi-Flo products manufactured by GRUNDFOS are warranted to the
original user only to be free of defects in material and workmanship for the
following periods of time. Redi-Flo2® pumps; 24 months from date of
installation, but not more than 30 months from the date of manufacture,
whichever comes first.
GRUNDFOS' liability under this warranty shall be limited to repairing or
replacing at GRUNDFOS' option, without charge, F.O.B. GRUNDFOS' factory
or authorized service station, any product of GRUNDFOS manufacture.
GRUNDFOS will not be liable for any costs of removal, installation,
transportation, or any other charges which may arise in connection with a
warranty claim. Products which are sold but not manufactured by GRUNDFOS
are subject to the warranty provided by the manufacturer of said products and
not by GRUNDFOS' warranty. GRUNDFOS will not be liable for damage or wear
to products caused by abnormal operating conditions, accident, abuse, misuse,
unauthorized alteration or repair, or if the product was not installed in
accordance with GRUNDFOS' printed installation and operation instructions.
To obtain service under this warranty, contact the Distributor or Dealer from
which it was purchased to obtain instructions. Under no circumstances
should defective product be returned to the Distributor, Dealer, or
GRUNDFOS without a Return Materials Authorization (RMA).
GRUNDFOS WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, LOSSES, OR EXPENSES ARISING FROM
INSTALLATION, USE, OR ANY OTHER CAUSES. THERE ARE NO EXPRESS
OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, WHICH EXTEND BEYOND THOSE
WARRANTIES DESCRIBED OR REFERRED TO ABOVE.
Some jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or
consequential damages and some jurisdictions do not allow limitations on how
long implied warranties may last. Therefore, the above limitations or exclusions
may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may
also have other rights which vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction.
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NOTES
17
Being Responsible is our foundation
Thinking ahead makes it possible
Innovation is the essence
L-RF-IO-010 Rev. 7/02
Printed in the U.S.A.
U.S.A.
Grundfos Pumps Corporation
17100 W. 118th Terrace
Olathe, Kansas 66061
Telephone: (913) 227-3400
Fax: (913) 227-3500
www.grundfos.com
Canada
Grundfos Canada, Inc.
2941 Brighton Rd.
Oakville, Ontario L6H 6C9
Telephone: (905) 829-9533
Fax: (905) 829-9512
Mexico
Bombas Grundfos de Mexico, S.A. de C.V.
Boulevard TLC #15, Parque Industrial Stiva Aeropuerto
C.P. 66600 Apodaca, N.L. Mexico
Telephone: 011-52-81-8144-4000
Fax: 011-52-81-8144-4010
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