Installation, Operation & Maintenance Manual

Installation, Operation & Maintenance Manual

Installation, Operation

& Maintenance Manual

COVERS MODELS:

A1 - 1.5 x 1 x 6

AL - 1.5 x 1 x 6 LF

A3 - 3 x 1.5 x 6

A4 - 3 x 2 x 6

B1 - 1.5 x 1 x 8

BL - 1.5 x 1 x 8 LF

B3 - 3 x 2 x 6 Short

B4 - 3 x 1.5 x 8

B5 - 3 x 2 x 6 Tall

B6 - 4 x 3 x 6

C1 - 3 x 2 x 8

C2 - 4 x 3 x 8

C3 - 2 x 1 x 10

CL - 2 x 1 x 10 LF

C4 - 3 x 1.5 x 10

C5 - 3 x 2 x 10

C6 - 4 x 3 x 10

C7 - 4 x 3 x 10 H

C8 - 6 x 4 x 10 H

C9 - 6 x 4 x 8

E1 - 50 x 32 x 160 mm

EL - 50 x 32 x 160 mm LF

E3 - 65 x 50 x160 mm

F1 - 50 x 32 x 200 mm

FL - 50 x 32 x 200 mm LF

F4 - 65 x 40 x 200 mm

G2 - 100 x 65 x 200 mm

V1 - 2 x 1.5 x 6 V

W1 - 2 x 1.5 x 8 V

W3 - 3 x 2 x 6 V

Table of Contents

Section

A

B

C

D

F

E

G

H

I

J

L

K

Description

Safety

Safety First

Important Definitions

Operating Safety Basics

Pump Cleaning Precautions

Receiving The Pump

Pump Identification Tags

Identification Code

ANSI

ISO

Piping

General

Suction Piping

Discharge Piping

Operation

Electrical

Start-Up

Operational Limits

Drive / Wet End Separation

Wet End Disassembly

Piped Up

In Shop

Wet End Inspection

Casing Repair

Containment Shell Repair

Wear Ring Replacement

Shaft Removal

Shaft Installation

Impeller Repair

Bushing Removal

Bushing Installation

Back Stationary Wear Ring Installation

Front Stationary Wear Ring Installation

Impeller Trimming

Page #

4-5

6

7

8-9

10-11

12

13

14-15

16-17

18

19

20-21

22-23

24

25

26

27

28-29

30

31

32-33

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Table of Contents

Section

S

T

R

U

Q

O

P

N

M

Description

Wet End Assembly

Piped Up

In Shop

Drive End Disassembly

NEMA

IEC

Drive End Assembly

NEMA

IEC

Dimensions

ANSI - ISO

Curves

TB-Mag

Special Pumps

ISO /JIS

Item List

Item #, Name & Material

Material Description and Properties

Parts List

Troubleshooting Guide

Warranty

Page #

34

35

36

37

38

39-41

42

43

44-45

46-56

57-58

59

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Section A - Safety

Safety First

For your protection, and the protection of others, learn and always follow the safety rules outlined in this booklet. Observe warning signs on machines and act accordingly. Form safe working habits by reading the rules and abiding by them. INSTALLATION, OPERATION

AND MAINTENANCE MUST BE DONE BY THOR-

OUGHLY QUALIFIED PERSONNEL IN STRICT

ACCORDANCE WITH THIS MANUAL AND MUST

COMPLY WITH ALL LOCAL, STATE AND FEDER-

AL CODES. Keep this booklet handy and review it from time to time to refresh your understanding of the rules.

Innovative Mag-Drive has designed this pump for safe and reliable operation. However, like any mechanical device, the proper and safe performance of this equipment depends upon using sound and prudent operating, maintenance and servicing procedures performed by properly trained personnel. Instructions and safety procedures contained herein must always be followed. As such, Innovative Mag-Drive shall not be liable for any damages or delays caused by failure to observe any instructions or warnings in this manual.

DANGER

The use of the word “DANGER” always signifies an immediate hazard with a high likelihood of severe personal injury or death if instructions, including recommended precautions, are not followed.

WARNING

The use of the word “WARNING” signifies the presence of hazards or unsafe practices which could result in severe personal injury or death if instructions, including recommended precautions, are not followed.

MAGNETIC

The use of the word “MAGNETIC” indicates the persistent presence of a magnetic field. Such fields present immediate danger to individuals having electronic medical devices, metallic heart valves, metallic prosthetics or metallic surgical clips.

CAUTION

The use of the word “CAUTION” signifies possible hazards or unsafe practices which could result in minor injury, product or property damage if instructions, and recommended precautions are not followed.

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Section A - Safety

Enhance the protection of yourself, as well as your new TB-mag pump, by following and using accepted engineering practices in the installation, operation and maintenance of this equipment. Listed below are some basics you should keep in mind in addition to your own company rules regarding installation, operation and maintenance.

Always pay constant attention to safety. Remember all pumps have the potential for danger. Be aware of the following factors:

HIGH TEMPERATURES may be present.

Parts are rotating at HIGH SPEEDS.

HIGH PRESSURES may be present.

NEVER start this pump without proper prime

(casing must be full of liquid).

NEVER run this pump dry.

NEVER operate this pump with the suction and / or discharge valve closed.

NEVER use heat (risk of explosion) to disassemble any portion of the pump.

NEVER change conditions of service without approval of Distributor or INNOMAG.

NEVER remove “Warnings” that are displayed on the pump.

HIGHLY CORROSIVE and/or toxic chemicals may be present.

NEVER operate pump if there are visible signs of leakage.

NEVER loosen flange connection while system is under pressure.

ALWAYS make certain pressure gages, indicating lights and safety devices are working.

ALWAYS know the EMERGENCY STOP for this pump.

Cleaning Precautions

NEVER attempt cleaning while pump is operating.

ALWAYS remove casing drain and purge casing of liquid before service.

ALWAYS perform “Tag & Lockout” to power source before service.

ALWAYS have this service manual available during any installation or maintenance.

ALWAYS make certain that no toxic or flammable fumes / vapors remain in the pump casing or surrounding area.

ALWAYS clean up any spills immediately according to any local, state or federal codes.

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Section B - Receiving the Pump

RECEIVING

All INNOMAG pumps are inspected prior to shipping and are well crated for safe transportation.

INNOMAG cannot, however, guarantee the safe arrival at the user’s plant. Therefore, upon receipt of this equipment:

PACKING LIST ENCLOSED

Check the received items against the packing list for missing parts or damage. Check the packing material thoroughly for small parts.

If the pump will be stored in sub-freezing temperatures, the pump must be completely dried first.

If there are any parts missing or if the pump is damaged, a claim must be filed against the carrier immediately.

NOTE: Pump ends without motors require assembly of the outer magnet drive and motor.

Refer to drive end assembly procedures in this manual.

WARNING

These pumps use ceramic silicon carbide components. Do not drop pump or subject to shock loads, this may damage internal ceramic components.

DANGER

Failure to properly lift and support equipment could result in serious injury or damage to pumps.

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Section C - Pump Identification Tags

READING YOUR NAMEPLATE

Every INNOMAG pump unit has a nameplate to provide information on your pump. The nameplates are located on the side of each casing. It is recommended that the purchaser record the serial number and use it for reference when requesting information or service parts from INNOMAG.

Permanent records for this pump are kept by the serial number and it, therefore, must be used with all correspondence and spare parts orders.

Serial Number: Example - 09442

Pump Model Number: TB-mag A, B or C

Pump Size: (in.) Suction X Discharge X Impeller Diameter

Impeller Diameter: (in.) Trimmed Size/Full Size

Design Pressure: Maximum PSI @ 100 F

Pump Model Number: TB-mag A, B or C

Pump Code: Example - C310511100-SD0

Serial Number: Example - 10671

Impeller Diameter / Max Impeller Diameter (in. or mm.)

Duty Point (GPM @ FT. or M3 @ M)

Material Specific Gravity and Temperature (°F or °C)

Pump RPM / Pump Horsepower @ Duty Point

Design Pressure @ 100 °F

Customer Pump # Example - P-102

Material Being Pumped Example - H2S04

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Section D - Pump Identification Code ANSI

LF = Low Flow V = Vertical H = High Flow

Drive Torque - available drives per pump size.

TB-Mag Models

C2

C3

CL

C4

B4

B5

B6

C1

A4

B1

BL

B3

Code

A1

AL

A3

C9

V1

W1

W3

C5

C6

C7

C8

Pump Size

(1.5 x 1 x 6)

(1.5 x 1 x 6 LF)

(3 x 1.5 x 6)

(3 x 2 x 6)

(1.5 x 1 x 8)

(1.5 x 1 x 8 LF)

(3 x 2 x 6)

(3 x 1.5 x 8)

(3 x 2 x 6)

(4 x 3 x 6)

(3 x 2 x 8)

(4 x 3 x 8)

(2 x 1 x 10)

(2 x 1 x 10 LF)

(3 x 1.5 x 10)

(3 x 2 x 10)

(4 x 3 x 10)

(4 x 3 x 10 H)

(6 x 4 x 10 H)

(6 x 4 x 8)

(2 x 1.5 x 6 V)

(2 x 1.5 x 8 V)

(3 x 2 x 6 V)

A50

A10

--

A60

A70

A05

A05

A50

--

AA

AA

--

STD.

AA

AA

AB

A60

A70

A70

A80

A80

2015/15

2015/15

--

Drive Torque

0,1

0,1

0,1

0,1

0,1

0,1

0,1

0,1

0,1

0,1

0,1

0,1

0,1

0,1

0,1

0,1

0,1,2

0,1,2

0,1,2

0,1,2

0,1

0,1

0,1

Wet End

8.25”

7.00”

7.00”

8.25”

8.25”

10.5”

10.5”

10.5”

Max.

6.65”

6.65”

6.65”

6.65”

8.25”

8.25”

7.00”

10.5”

10.5”

10.5”

10.5”

8.25”

6.65”

8.25”

7.00”

Impeller Diameter

* 6.65 inches, (example: 665 = 6.65”)

*

Impeller trim for ANSI models must be specified in inches.

Bearing System s 1

Bushing

SiC s -

Standard Material / Options

Shaft, Pump

SiC

Wear Rings / Thrust Collar System s

C9

C9

1

2

3

5

6

Impeller Wear Rings

SiC

SiC

SiC

CF PTFE

SiC

Cont. Shell Wear Ring

SiC

SiC

SiC

SiC

SiC

Casing Wear Ring

SiC

CF PTFE

SiC

5.50”

5.50”

5.50”

5.50”

5.50”

5.50”

5.50”

5.50”

Min.

4.00”

4.00”

4.00”

4.00”

5.50”

5.50”

5.50”

5.50”

5.50”

8.00”

8.00”

5.50”

4.00”

5.50”

5.50”

A1 665 1 1 1 0 0

Thrust Collar

CF PTFE

SiC

SiC

SiC

SiC

-

A E 1

Gasket (All gaskets are 0.210” square cross section) s

1

2

3

FEP / FKM (Fluorocarbon)

FKM (Fluorocarbon)

EPDM (Ethylene Propylene)

Option 1

0

1

2

Standard Torque

High Torque

Ultra High Torque *

* Ultra High Torque is for “K,W” Motor Frame!

Refer to Torque Rating Table on the following page for Torque Values

Motor Frame tc tc uc ta ta

NEMA C-Face

A

56C

B

C

D

E

F

143/5TC

182/4TC

213/5TC

254/6TC

254/6 (4 Pole)

284/6TSC tc

G

H

J uc K

IEC B5

324/6TSC

364/365TSC

284/6TC

324/6TC

M

N

P

Q

80

90S/L

100L ta R

S

T

U

V

W

112M

132S/M

160M

160M/L

180M/L

200L

225S/M

(A-Series Only)

(Max. A-Series)

(Max. B-Series)

(A-Series Only)

(Max. A-Series)

(Max. B-Series)

Product Group

LC

SS

L

S

V

W

A

B

C

TB-Mag A

TB-Mag B

TB-Mag C

TB-Mag A Vertical

TB-Mag B Vertical

Long Couple B/C

Secondary Seal Unit B/C

LC - Long Coupled Bearing Frame for:

TB-Mag Models B1-C9, $$ Adder

SS-Long Coupled Bearing Frame Equipped with Patented Secondary Sealing System for

TB-Mag Models B1-C9, $$$ Adder

Option 1 s

2

3

0

1

ANSI Dimension Pump Drilled w / ANSI (Class 150) Flanges

ANSI Dimension Pump Drilled w / ANSI (Class 300) Flanges

ANSI Dimension Pump Drilled w / ISO / DIN (PN16) Flanges

ANSI Dimension Pump Drilled w / JIS (10 kg/cm 2 ) Flanges

Material Guide:

CF

D.I.

ETFE

SiC

-

-

-

-

Carbon Fiber

Ductile Iron

Ethylene-Tetrafluoroethylene

Silicon Carbide (Ceramic)

Option 2

Impeller

Casing s

0

Body

CF ETFE

Casting / Lining

D.I. / ETFE c c

1

4

5

CF ETFE

CF ETFE

CF ETFE

D.I. / ETFE

D.I. / ETFE

D.I. / ETFE c -

Consult Factory for Availability C9 - C9 Pump Only

Casing

Drain

Yes

No

Yes

No

Containment Shell

Lining / Composite

CF-ETFE / Aramid Composite

CF-ETFE / Aramid Composite

CF-ETFE / Aramid Composite

CF-ETFE / Aramid Composite

Impeller

Torque

Standard

Standard

Ultra

Ultra

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Section D - Pump Identification Code ISO

TB-Mag Models

F1

FL

F4

G2

Code

E1

EL

E3

Pump Size

(50 x 32 x 160 mm)

(50 x 32 x 160 mm LF)

(65 x 50 x 160 mm)

(50 x 32 x 200 mm)

(50 x 32 x 200 mm LF)

(65 x 40 x 200 mm)

(100 x 65 x 200 mm)

Impeller Diameter

* 165 mm, (example: 165, 140)

* Impeller trim for ISO models must be specified in mm.

Bearing System s s 1

1

2

3

Bushing

SiC

Impeller Wear Rings

SiC

SiC

SiC

Wet End

E1 165 1 1 1 0 0

- Drive End

Drive Torque

0,1

0,1

0,1

0,1

0,1

0,1

0,1

Maximum

169

169

169

210

210

210

210

Impeller Dia. (mm)

Minimum

102

102

102

140

140

140

140

Option 1

0

1

2

Standard Torque

High Torque

Ultra High Torque *

* Ultra High Torque is for “K,W” Motor Frame!

Refer to Torque Rating Table for Torque Values

Shaft, Pump

SiC

Wear Rings / Thrust Collar System

Cont. Shell Wear Ring

SiC

SiC

SiC

Gasket (All gaskets are 0.210” square cross section) s

1

2

3

FEP / FKM (Fluorocarbon)

FKM (Fluorocarbon)

EPDM (Ethylene Propylene)

Casing Wear Ring

SiC

CF PTFE

SiC

Thrust Collar

CF PTFE

SiC

SiC

Motor Frame tc tc uc ta ta

NEMA C-Face

A

56C

B

C

D

E

F

143/5TC

182/4TC

213/5TC

254/6TC

254/6 (4 Pole)

284/6TSC tc

G

H

J uc K

IEC B5

324/6TSC

364/365TSC

284/6TC

324/6TC

M

N

P

Q

80

90S/L

100L ta R

S

T

U

V

W

112M

132S/M

160M

160M/L

180M/L

200L

225S/M

(A-Series Only)

(Max. A-Series)

(Max. B-Series)

(A-Series Only)

(Max. A-Series)

(Max. B-Series)

Option 1 s

0

1

2

3

ISO Dimension Pump Drilled w / ANSI (Class 150) Flanges

ISO Dimension Pump Drilled w / ANSI (Class 300) Flanges

ISO Dimension Pump Drilled w / ISO / DIN (PN16) Flanges

ISO Dimension Pump Drilled w / JIS (10 kg/cm 2 ) Flanges

Option 2

Impeller

Casing s

0

Body

CF PTFE

Casting / Lining

D.I. / ETFE

1 CF PTFE c -

Consult Factory for Availability

D.I. / ETFE s -

Standard Material / Options

Torque Ratings

Casing

Drain

Yes

No

Containment Shell

Lining / Composite

CF-ETFE / Aramid Composite

CF-ETFE / Aramid Composite

Pump Series Motor Frame Option 1 3500 2900

TB-Mag A

TB-Mag B

TB-Mag C

A,B,C,D,M,N,P,Q,R

D1,E1,R1

B,C,D,E,N,P,Q,R,S

F,R1,T

B,C,D,E,N,P,Q,R,S

F,G,J,R1,T,U,V

J1,K1,H1,U1,V1,W

K2,W2

10.0

14.0

20.0

30.0

25.0

50.0

75.0

100.0

(7.5)

(10.4)

(14.9)

(22.4)

(18.6)

(37.3)

(56.0)

(75.0)

8.3

11.7

16.6

25.0

20.7

41.4

62.0

83.0

(6.2)

(8.7)

(12.4)

(18.7)

(15.5)

(31.1)

(46.6)

(63.0)

Impeller

Torque

Standard

Standard

1750 1450

5.0

7.0

10.0

15.0

12.5

25.0

37.5

50.0

(3.8)

(5.2)

(7.5)

(11.2)

(9.3)

(18.7)

(28.0)

(38.0)

4.1

5.8

8.3

12.5

10.4

20.7

31.3

41.0

(3.1)

(4.4)

(6.2)

(9.3)

(7.7)

(15.5)

(23.3)

(31.0)

Product Group

LC

SS

E

F

G

L

S

TB-Mag A

TB-Mag B

TB-Mag C

Long Couple B/C

Secondary Seal Unit B/C

LC - Long Coupled Bearing Frame for:

TB-Mag Models B1-C9, $$ Adder

SS-Long Coupled Bearing Frame Equipped with Patented Secondary Sealing System for

TB-Mag Models B1-C9, $$$ Adder

(ANSI DIMENSIONAL BEARING FRAME ONLY)

Material Guide:

CF

D.I.

ETFE

SiC

-

-

-

-

Carbon Fiber

Ductile Iron

Ethylene-Tetrafluoroethylene

Silicon Carbide (Ceramic)

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Section E - Piping

INNOMAG pumps are designed with all the necessary strength factors for long, reliable service life. Some general guidelines are described here for your pump installation needs.

Page 10

Section E - Piping

GENERAL GUIDELINES

Piping should be arranged to allow pump flushing prior to removal of the unit on services handling corrosive liquids.

Piping should be supported independently from the pump and line up naturally to the pump flanges.

When PTFE or similar lined pipe is used, flange alignment should be carefully checked. Spacer ring gaskets are recommended to assure parallel alignment of pipe and pump flanges. The following flange bolt torque values should be used:

1-1/2” (9-12 ft-lbs) 2” (18-24 ft-lbs) 3” (23-30 ft-lbs) 4” (27-36 ft-lbs).

Properly sized pressure gauges should be installed in both the suction and discharge piping.

The gauges will enable the operator to easily observe the operation of the pump, and determine if the pump is operating in conformance with the performance curve. If cavitation or other unstable operation should occur, widely fluctuating discharge pressure will be noted.

SUCTION PIPING

Reducers, if used, should be eccentric and installed at the pump suction flange with eccentric side on the bottom.

The length of the suction pipe should be kept to a minimum.

If a valve is used in the suction, use only full flow valves. These valves should be for shut-off only when the pump is not running, not for throttling or controlling flow. A valve designed for flow control should be installed in the discharge.

This valve line can be used for throttling.

Suction piping should be installed with a gradual rise to the pump to eliminate any air pockets.

Suction strainers, when used, must have a net free area of at least three times the suction pipe area.

The diameter of the suction pipe should always be as large or larger then the pump suction.

Elbows or fittings should be avoided at suction flange. Allow at least 10 pipe diameters in length for straight run into the pump.

An isolation valve should be installed in the suction line at least two pipe diameters from the suction to permit closing of the line for pump inspection and maintenance.

DISCHARGE PIPING

Isolation and check valves should be installed in discharge line. Isolation valve allows regulation of flow and for inspection of the pump.

Check valve prevents pump damage due to water hammer.

CAUTION

It is good practice to install a throttling type shut off valve in the discharge piping. Throttling the discharge during initial start-up is recommended to protect against “water hammer,” which is most likely when using long pipe runs at high flow velocity.

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Section F - Operation

ELECTRICAL

DANGER

Only a qualified electrician should make the electrical connections to the pump drive motor.

Thoroughly read motor manufacturers instructions before making installation.

Install motor according to NEC requirements and local electrical codes. Check all connections to motor and starting device with wiring diagram. Check voltage, phase, and frequency on motor nameplate with line circuit.

Check motor nameplate data to be certain that all wiring, switches, starter, and overload protection are correctly sized.

Special electrical requirements:

Install a flexible electrical coupling on the motor. Allow movement of at least 12 inches. This requirement is important to service and inspect the pump.

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ELECTRICAL

Section F - Operation

STARTUP

1. Fully open suction valve. Pump requires a flooded suction.

WARNING

Do not operate pump with suction valve closed.

Operating pump more than a few minutes after suction valve closed may cause bearing failure.

2. Fully open discharge valve to complete priming. Turn back the discharge valve 1/4 to 1/2 open. INNOMAG pumps operate safely with discharge valve partially open.

CAUTION

Continuous operation against a closed discharge valve may cause pump to overheat.

3. Briefly jog the motor long enough to determine the direction of rotation as indicated by arrow on the front of the casing. Improper rotation will not damage the pump however, performance is greatly reduced.

Rotation

Arrow

CAUTION

Immediately observe pressure gauges. If discharge pressure is not quickly attained—stop driver, re-prime and attempt to restart.

CORRECT ROTATION VIEWED FROM THE PUMP

SUCTION IS COUNTER CLOCKWISE.

1. Start the pump.

2. Set flow rate and pressure by regulating the discharge valve.

3. Check the pump and piping to assure that there are no leaks.

4. Check and record pressure gauge readings for future reference.

CAUTION

Never throttle pump using the suction valve.

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Section F - Operation

WARNING

Never operate pump above rated temperature of 250°F (121°C).

Never operate pump above rated pressure 300 psi (20 bar).

350

-40 -20 0

300

250

20

Temperature °C

40 60 80 100 120

21.5

16.5

200

150

11.5

100

6.5

50

1.5

0

-50

-40 -20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 200 220 240 260

-3.5

Temperature °F

WARNING

Driver may overload and decouple if pumpage specific gravity is greater than originally assumed. Prolonged running while de-coupled will damage driver magnets.

Maximum Horsepower

TB Model Max. hp(kW)

3500 rpm

A Series

14.0

(10.4)

B Series

C Series

30.0

(22.4)

100.0

(74.6)

Max. hp(kW)

2900 rpm

11.7

(8.7)

25.0

(18.7)

82.9

(61.8)

Max. hp(kW)

1750 rpm

7.0

(5.2)

15.0

(11.2)

50

(37.3)

Max. hp(kW)

1450 rpm

5.8

(4.4)

12.5

(9.3)

41.4

(30.9)

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Section F - Operation

CAUTION

INNOMAG recommends the use of a power monitor to prevent pump damage and inefficiency if for example, a pipe is blocked, a valve is not fully open or the pump is running dry.

WARNING

Never operate below minimum flow rates.

Minimum Flow

TB Model Size

1.5 x 1 x 6

1.5 x 1 x 6 LF

50mm x 32mm

50mm x 32mm

65mm x 50mm

3 x 1.5 x 6

3 x 2 x 6

1.5 x 1 x 8

1.5 x 1 x 8 LF

50mm x 32mm

50mm x 32mm

3 x 2 x 6 S

3 x 1.5 x 8

65mm x 40mm

3 x 2 x 6 T

4 x 3 x 6

3 x 2 x 8

4 x 3 x 8

100mm x 65mm

2 x 1 x 10

2 x 1 x 10 LF

3 x 1.5 x 10

3 x 2 x 10

4 x 3 x 10

4 x 3 x 10H

6 x 4 x 10H

6 x 4 x 8

2 x 1.5 x 6 V

2 x 1.5 x 8 V

3 x 2 x 6 V

C7

C8

C9

V1

W1

W3

CL

C4

C5

C6

C1

C2

G2

C3

B4

F4

B5

B6

BL

F1

FL

B3

E3

A3

A4

B1

A1

AL

E1

EL

60 Hertz

3500 rpm

(US gpm)

--

--

150

1

5

5

15

15

15

15

15

15

15

15

5

5

5

5

5

5

5

5

1

1

1

5

1

1

1

1

50 Hertz

2900 rpm

(m3/h)

--

--

100

1

5

5

15

15

15

15

15

15

15

15

5

5

5

5

5

5

5

5

1

1

1

5

1

1

1

1

60 Hertz

1750 rpm

(US gpm)

75

75

75

1

3

3

10

10

10

10

10

10

10

10

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

1

1

1

3

1

1

1

1

50 Hertz

1450 rpm

(m3/h)

50

50

50

1

3

3

10

10

10

10

10

10

10

10

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

1

1

1

3

1

1

1

1

Page 15

Section G - Drive / Wet End Separation

The preventative maintenance and disassembly procedures are intended for use during standard field inspection or service. The disassembly can take place while the pump is piped up or in a maintenance shop. If at all possible, we recommend performing all repairs using the shop procedures to reduce the risk of damage to the SiC parts.

DANGER

Lock out driver power to prevent accidental startup that could result in serious personal injury.

Lock out and/or disconnect power.

DANGER

Shut off all valves controlling flow to and from the pump. Isolate the pump from the system and relive any remaining system pressure.

Drive End Wet End

Page 16

Section G - Drive / Wet End Separation

Tools Needed

þ

Wrench 3/4” (For A Series) ,

15/16” (For B - C Series)

þ

Jack Bolts (2) 1/2” - 13 x 4

1/2”

MAGNETIC

INNOMAG pumps contain extremely strong magnets. The use of non-magnetic tools and work surface is highly recommended.

The work area must be clean and free of any ferrous particles.

Remove the bolt connecting the adapter foot to the base and any bolts connecting the motor to the base.

Remove the (4) hex bolts on the

Adapter.

Separate the Drive End from the

Wet End by evenly tightening the

(2) jack bolts.

Firmly hold the Drive End, and quickly pull it away from the Wet

End. Pull the Drive End back at least 6 inches.

Turn the Drive End off to the side to allow space for disassembly of the Wet end.

DANGER

When handling hazardous and/ or toxic fluids, skin, eye and respiratory protection are required.

If pump is being drained, precautions must be taken to prevent injury or environmental contamination.

Drain the pump and individually decontaminate each component in accordance to all federal, state, local and company environmental regulations.

Page 17

Section H - Wet End Disassembly

Piped Up

Tools Needed

þ

Wrench

3/4” (For A Series pumps)

15/16” (For B - C Series)

Note

Visually inspect the Containment

Ring. If it appears loose then you can remove all the bolts and skip the following step. However, if the pump has been in service for a long period of time, it is very common for the Containment Ring to be stuck to the Casing. In this case, use the following procedure:

Loosen all (8) hex bolts and Remove the (4) highlighted above.

Leave the other 4 loose but still attached to the Casing.

CAUTION

For larger pumps we recommend having two people perform the following procedures in order to decrease the chance of breaking the SiC.

Insert (2) of the bolts you just removed into the jackbolt holes highlighted above and evenly tighten them until the ring breaks free.

Remove all the remaining bolts.

Firmly hold the Containment Shell and use your index fingers and thumbs to support the Containment Ring.

Pull the assembly back in a straight line until it is clear of the casing.

Remove the Containment Shell and Impeller from the Containment Ring. Note: Optional, may be very difficult on pumps in service for long periods of time.

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Lift and remove the Impeller from the Containment Shell.

Section H - Wet End Disassembly

In Shop

Remove all flange and casing feet bolts. Lay the wet end face down on the suction flange in the work area. Place a piece of cardboard or a shop towel underneath to protect the flange.

Loosen and remove the (8) Hex

Bolts with a Wrench.

Note

Visually inspect the Containment

Ring. If it appears loose then you can remove all the bolts and skip the following step. However, if the pump has been in service for a long period of time, it is very common for the Containment Ring to be stuck to the Casing. In this case, use the following procedure:

Insert (2) bolts into the jackbolt holes highlighted above. Tighten the (2) bolts until the Containment Ring Breaks free. Remove all the remaining bolts.

Slightly Rotate the Containment

Ring to make it easier to grab.

Lift the Containment Ring with your fingers while holding down the Containment Shell with your thumbs.

Lift the Containment Ring straight up off of the Containment Shell and set aside.

Carefully lift and Remove the Containment Shell straight up from the Impeller.

Carefully lift and remove the Impeller straight up from the Casing.

Page 19

Section I - Wet End Inspection

Cracked

Chipped

When inspecting the pump internals check all Silicon Carbide (SiC) parts for cracks, chips and scoring marks.

Minor chips less than 0.020” are acceptable. Inspect all plastic parts for scoring and cracks. Minor scratches or cuts less than 0.040” are acceptable. Wipe the Gasket clean. If replacement of any part is required, follow the procedures in the repair sections of this manual.

Carefully clean and inspect the following parts:

Containment Shell

Retaining Ring

Pump Shaft

Wear ring - Back stationary

Gasket, O-ring

Page 20

Section I - Wet End Inspection

Impeller Magnet Assembly

Wear Ring, Front Rotating

Wear ring, Back Rotating

Bearing Bushings

Front Stationary Wear Ring

Thrust Control Valve

Inspect the Casing Lining for any abrasion, cracks or delimitation. Casing replacement is necessary if lining is breached.

Thrust Collar

Wipe the inside of the outer magnet assembly clean.

Page 21

Section J - Casing Repair

Wear Ring Replacement

Tools Needed

þ

þ

þ

þ

T-Handle allen wrench

Wire Cutter

Lightweight Hammer

Soldering Iron

Casing with Wear Rings.

Removal

Insert a flathead screwdriver into the casing notch opposite the weld and force out the retaining ring

Lift out the Thrust Collar and Front

Stationary Wear Ring with your fingers. Pull the Retaining Ring free.

Remove the Locking Pin(s).

Installation

Insert Thrust Collar (Grooved side up) and align the keyway notch with the casing keyway notch.

Insert and align the Front Stationary (SiC) Retaining Ring with the keyway notch in the casing.

Insert Locking Pin(s) into all but one of the keyway.

Page 22

Section J - Casing Repair

Wear Ring Replacement

Casings will have from two to six keyways. The example above has four, in this case you must insert

(3) Locking Pins.

Insert the keyed end of the Retaining Ring into the remaining keyway.

Press the Retaining Ring into the casing groove.

Trim the Retaining Ring end so it slightly overlaps the Drive Pin.

Line up the tip of the T-handle allen wrench at the end of the retaining ring.

Gently tap the Retaining Ring into position.

With a soldering iron, melt the two ends together.

The completed casing.

Page 23

Section K - Containment Shell Repair

Wear Ring Replacement

Tools Needed

þ

þ

þ

þ

þ

T-Handle allen wrench

Wire Cutter

Lightweight Hammer

Soldering Iron

Shaft Centering Tool

Place the Centering Tool over the

Shaft.

Place the Wear Ring over the Centering Tool.

Align the Wear Ring Grooves with the Containment Shell molded keys.

Insert the keyed end of the Retaining Ring into the open groove.

Apply pressure with your thumbs to inset the retaining ring.

Trim the retaining ring so it slightly overlaps the key.

Place your T-Handle allen wrench on the end of the retaining ring and gently tap it into place.

Remove the centering tool and melt the retaining ring together with a soldering iron.

Page 24

Section K - Containment Shell Repair

Shaft Removal

Tools Needed

þ

1/4” Allen Wrench

þ

1/2” Ratchet Wrench

þ

Shaft Removal Tool

A Series Part #

TLG-2017-AA

B - C Series Part #

TLG-2018-AA

Secure the Containment Shell upside down - you can use the adapter for this if nothing else is available.

Place the bottom half of the shaft removal tool over the shaft.

Place the rest over the shaft, lining up the bolts with the indentations on the bottom half.

Using the Allen wrench, tighten the top half to the shaft.

CAUTION

Do not use air or power tools. Do not over tighten the bolts or you may crack the shaft.

Evenly tighten the two bolts, alternating between them when you feel resistance.

Remove the shaft from the containment shell. Loosen and remove the shaft removal tool.

Page 25

Section K - Containment Shell Repair

Shaft Installation

Tools Needed

þ

Aluminum Spacer

þ

Shaft Centering Tool

þ

Arbor Press

Align the Molded Key with the Pump Shaft Groove. Place the Shaft Centering Tool over the Shaft.

Place the Aluminum Spacer over the Shaft and push the shaft in using the Arbor Press until the shaft is flush with the centering tool.

Remove the Shaft Centering Tool.

Place the Spacer directly on the shaft and press the shaft down the rest of the way down until it is firmly seated.

Page 26

Section L - Impeller Repair

Bushing Removal

A B C

Tools Needed

þ

þ

Arbor Press

Bushing Installation /

Removal Kit

Part # TLG-2016-AA

CAUTION

Make sure the bushing removal tool is perfectly centered to prevent damaging the inside of the impeller. We recommend placing a shop towel under the impeller to prevent damage to the SiC when it falls free.

D E F

Bushing installation / removal kit.

Center the stepped end of part (E) of the Bushing removal tool into the thrust control valve.

With the Arbor Press, carefully push the bushings down until the first bushing and spacer dislodge.

Lift the impeller and Remove the first bushing and spacer to allow room for removing the second bushing and thrust control valve.

Continue pressing down on the arbor press until the second bushing and thrust control valve dislodge.

When the second bushing and thrust control valve are free, remove the impeller.

Remove the second bushing and thrust control valve from the bushing removal tool.

Page 27

Section L - Impeller Repair

Bushing Installation

A B C

Tools Needed

þ

Arbor Press

þ

Bushing Installation / Removal Kit

Part # TLG-2016-AA

D E F

Bushing installation / removal kit.

Locate part (C) of the bushing installation tool.

Place the impeller on part (C) of the Bushing installation tool.

Locate the molded key in the impeller. It will be marked with white paint.

On the underside, the Thrust Control valve groove must line up with the molded key.

Place the Thrust Control Valve over the rubber gasket on the stepped end of Bushing Installation Tool part (E).

Line up the Thrust Control Valve groove with the marked molded key.

Page 28

Section L - Impeller Repair

Bushing Installation

Carefully Insert the thrust control valve by hand until it stops, making sure that it is perfectly aligned.

Make sure the bushing installation tool is perfectly centered.

With a slow even pressure, push the thrust control valve into place.

It will stop when it is firmly seated.

Align the large SiC bushings separated by the plastic spacer on the bushing tool.

Add the white plastic spacer and the large top piece of the bushing tool.

Make sure the bushings are held securely by the rubber o-rings on the bushing tool.

Align the bushings with the mold-

ed key.

Press the Bushings in until they are firmly seated using the arbor press.

Page 29

Section L - Impeller Repair

Back Stationary Wear Ring Installation

Tools Needed

þ

Flathead Screwdriver

þ

þ

þ

þ

þ

Bench Press

Aluminium Spacer

PVC Trimming Sleeve

Soldering Iron

Needle Nose Pliers

Place the Back Rotating Wear Ring on the Impeller. Align the notches.

Place the PVC Trimming Sleeve over the Wear Ring.

Place the Aluminum Spacer over the Trimming Sleeve and Press the Wear Ring into place with the

Bench Press.

Insert the Retaining Pin into the slot on the impeller.

Force the Pin into place using pliers.

Push the rest of the way with a screwdriver.

Once the pin is completely in, use a soldering iron to melt it in place.

The finished installation.

Page 30

Section L - Impeller Repair

Front Stationary Wear Ring Installation

Tools Needed

þ

þ

þ

þ

þ

Flathead Screwdriver

Bench Press

Aluminium Spacer

Soldering Iron

Needle Nose Pliers

Place the Front Rotating Wear

Ring on the Impeller. Align the

Notches.

Place the Aluminum Spacer over the Wear Ring and press into place with the Bench Press.

Insert the Retaining Pin into the slot on the impeller.

Force the pin into place using pliers.

Push the rest of the way with a screwdriver.

The Retaining Pin properly inserted.

Once the Wear Ring is completely in, use the soldering iron to solder in place.

The finished installation.

Page 31

Section L - Impeller Repair

Impeller Trimming

Tools Needed

þ

þ

þ

þ

Lathe

Caliper

X-acto Knife

Trimming Sleeve

A Series Part #

TLG-2033-AA

B - C Series Part #

TLG-2023-AA

Measure the current diameter of the impeller. In this example it is

8.25”

In this example, we need to trim the Impeller to 7.35”.

Place the trimming Sleeve over the Impeller to protect it from damage.

Insert the Impeller into the Lathe and Tighten the jaws.

Set the trim 1/4” less then the current diameter. If you have never trimmed an Impeller before, then we recommend only cutting 1/8” at a time.

Trim the first layer at a slow speed.

Use the X-acto Knife to clean off the loose plastic on the impeller in order to get an accurate measurement

Check the diameter again with the

Caliper.

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Section L - Impeller Repair

Impeller Trimming

Set the Lathe for 1/4” less then the current diameter measurement.

Trim this layer at a slow speed.

Clean off any loose plastic that would interfere with your diameter measurements.

Use the Caliper to measure the current diameter.

Repeat the proceeding four steps until you reach the desired diameter.

Chamfer the right edge of the impeller.

Chamfer the same amount off the left edge.

Loosen the jaws and remove the

Impeller.

Remove the Trimming Sleeve and trim any remaining loose plastic.

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Section M - Wet End Assembly

Piped Up

Align and slide the Impeller magnet assembly onto the Pump Shaft located inside the Containment

Shell.

Place the assembly into the Containment Ring.

CAUTION

With larger Pumps, we highly

recommend following the shop assembly procedure on

the following page to eliminate the chance of damaging the SiC.

Due to the brittle nature of SiC, all assemblies must be handled with care to avoid chipping or cracking.

Thoroughly clean all parts before assembly. Make sure all parts are free of dirt, metallic particles, etc.

Insert the assembled Impeller and

Containment Shell. Carefully align the Impeller and Casing Wear

Rings. Hold the assembly and install the Containment Ring

If you cannot separate the Containment Shell and Ring, you can insert the assembly as one piece.

Make sure the arrow on the ring points upward.

Tighten (8) hex cap screws w/lock washer.

Torque the bolts to the specification in the torque table on the following page.

Extend the jackscrews on the drive end. Align the Drive end and push it in until the Jackscrews meet the

Wet End.

Retract the jackscrews until the two pump halves are mated. Insert and tighten the (4) Adapter hex bolts to the Torque given in

Torque Table on the following page.

Page 34

Section M - Wet End Assembly

In Shop

With the Casing face down, insert the Impeller.

When the Impeller is in place, rotate it by hand to make sure it spins freely.

Align the Shaft in the Containment

Shell with the bushings.

Lower the Containment Shell into place.

Place the Containment Ring over the Containment Shell and Align the Bolt Holes.

Make sure the Arrow on the Containment Ring points toward the discharge flange.

Torque Table

Bolt Size Torque ft-lbs (n.m)

3/8”-16

1/2”-13

5/8”-11

20 (27)

45 (61)

90 (122)

Insert and hand-tighten the (8)

Casing Bolts W/ Lock Washers.

Tighten the Bolts with a wrench and then torque them to the following rating:

Page 35

Section N - Drive End Disassembly

(NEMA)

MAGNETIC

The Outer magnet Assembly contains very strong magnets. Use caution inserting the jackscrew. Under normal circumstances a visual inspection and wiping clean the inside of the outer magnet is sufficient.

Tools Needed

þ

Wrench 3/4” (A), 15/16”

(B - C), 9/16” (Plugs)

þ

þ

þ

T-Handle allen wrench

3/16” (A), 1/4” (B - C)

Jackscrew

1/2” - 13 x 6+” (ANSI)

M12 x 1.75 x 100+mm (IEC)

Jackscrew Plate with (2) M8 x

1.25 x 30mm screws (IEC)

Remove the metal Pipe Plug from the top of the Adapter.

Locate the (2) set screws on the on the Outer Magnet assembly.

Loosen the (2) set screws.

Insert a jack screw into the center of the Outer Magnet Assembly.

Tighten the jackbolt to free the

Outer Magnet Assembly. 3/4” socket wrench recommended due to the magnetic forces.

Carefully remove the Outer Magnet Assembly.

Remove (4) bolts from the Adapter.

Remove the Adapter from the motor.

Page 36

Section N - Drive End Disassembly

(IEC)

MAGNETIC

The Outer magnet Assembly contains very strong magnets. Use caution inserting the jackscrew and plate.

Under normal circumstances a visual inspection and wiping clean the inside of the outer magnet is sufficient.

Remove the metal Pipe Plug from the top of the adapter.

Locate the (2) set screws on the on the Outer Magnet Assembly.

Loosen the (2) set screws.

Locate the (2) screw holes inside the Outer Magnet Assembly.

Attach the jackscrew plate with two Screws.

Insert a jackscrew into the jackscrew plate and tighten the jackbolt to free the Outer Magnet Assembly.

Carefully remove the Outer Magnet Assembly.

Remove (4) bolts from the Adapter.

Remove the Adapter from the motor.

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Section O - Drive End Assembly

NEMA

Tools Needed

þ

Wrench

3/4” (A), 15/16” (B - C)

þ

T-Handle Allen Wrench

3/16” (A) - 1/4” (B - C)

þ

Ruler or other Straight

Edge

Line up the Adapter holes with the threaded holes on the Motor. (Motors 324 frame and larger require an Adapter Plate.)

Insert (4) Bolts with lock washers and tighten.

Dowel Pins

B

Align Outer Magnet Assembly drive pins with the Key Groove on the motor shaft.

Use a ruler, straight edge or visually align the groove on the Outer

Magnet Assembly with the outer edge of the Adapter.

A

Note the placement of the set screws in relation to the Dowel

Pins before installation.

180

O

Looking through the top hole on the Adapter, line up the row of

Dowel Pins on the Outer Magnet

Assembly with the hole.

Grab the opposite side of the Outer Magnet Assembly and rotate it

180

O

.

Tighten this set screw (A) first, then rotate the Outer Magnet Assembly 90

O

Counterclockwise to locate and tighten the other set screw (B).

Page 38

Section O - Drive End Assembly

IEC

Tools Needed

þ

Hammer

þ

Wrench

3/4” (A), 15/16” (B - C)

þ

T-Handle Allen Wrench

5mm (A), 6mm (B - C)

þ

Ruler or other Straight

Edge

Pound the (6) Dowel Pins in with a hammer until they are firmly seated. The Installation is permanent.

Check the configuration for your motor before you begin.

The properly installed Dowel Pin will be flush with the adapter.

Adapter ADP-1005-SI Configured for IEC 132.

Adapter ADP-1005-SI Configured for IEC 100 or IEC 112.

Adapter ADP-1015-SI Configured for IEC 132.

Adapter ADP-1015-SI Configured for IEC 100 or IEC 112.

Motors larger than IEC 132 require an Adapter Plate. To install, Align the inner holes on the Adapter

Plate with the holes on the bottom of the Adapter.

Insert and tighten the (4) bolts to the Adapter Plate as shown above.

Page 39

Section O - Drive End Assembly

IEC Cont.

Place the adapter on the motor, the ring on the motor flange will align with the adapter (IEC 112 Shown).

Dowel pin (or lack thereof) configurations will vary depending on the motor frame.

Align the screw holes on the motor with the threaded holes on the adapter.

Insert and hand tighten the (4) bolts with lock washers.

Tighten the bolts with a wrench.

A

B

Note the placement of the set screws in relation to the key notch before installation.

Align the key groove on the outer magnet assembly with the key on the motor shaft and install.

Page 40

Section O - Drive End Assembly

IEC Cont.

Locate the alignment groove on the outer drive.

Use a ruler, straight edge or visually align the groove with the adapter.

Rotate the outer drive until the motor key points down.

Locate the first set screw (A).

Tighten the first set screw with the T-handle Allen Wrench.

Rotate the outer drive until the motor key points to the right.

Locate the second set screw (B).

Tighten the second set screw with the T-handle Allen Wrench.

Replace the Metal Plug on the adapter and drive end assembly is complete.

Page 41

Section P - Dimensions

Dimensions - ANSI / ISO

CP Y CP

Y

O

O

X X

F

F

D

D

2E

2

TB-Mag

Series

A

B

C

Model (Size)

A1 - (1.5 x 1 x 6)

AL - (1.5 x 1 x 6 LF)

Low Flow

A3 - (3 x 1.5 x 6)

A4 - (3 x 2 x 6)

B1 - (1.5 x 1 x 8)

BL - (1.5 x 1 x 8 LF)

Low Flow

B3 - (3 x 2 x 6)

Short 11.75”

B4 - (3 x 1.5 x 8)

B5 - (3 x 2 x 6)

Tall 16.75”

B6 - (4 x 3 x 6)

C1 - (3 x 2 x 8)

C2 - (4 x 3 x 8)

C3 - (2 x 1 x 10)

CL - (2 x 1 x 10 LF)

Low Flow

C4 - (3 x 1.5 x 10)

C5 - (3 x 2 x 10)

C6 - (4 x 3 x 10)

C7 - (4 x 3 x 10 H)

C8 - (6 x 4 x 10 H)

C9 - (6 x 4 x 8)

TB- Mag

Series

A

B

C

Model (Size)

E1 - (50 x 32 x 160)

EL - (50 x 32 x 160 LF)

Low Flow

E3 - (65 x 50 x 160)

F1 - (50 x 32 x 200)

FL - (50 x 32 x 200 LF)

Low Flow

F4 - (65 x 40 x 200)

G2 - (100 x 65 x 200)

2E

1

2E

2

2E

1

ANSI ISO

ANSI

No.

D 2E1 2E2 F O X Y CP

AA

AA

AB

- -

AA

AA

5.25

(133)

6.00

(152)

0.00

(0)

7.25

(184)

11.75

(298)

6.50

(165)

- -

A50

A10

- -

16.75

(425)

16.50

(419)

8.50

(216)

4.00

(102)

A60

A70

17.75

(451)

19.25

(489)

9.50

(241)

11.00

(279)

8.25

(210)

9.75

(248)

7.25

(184)

12.50

(318)

A05

A05

16.75

(425)

8.50

(216)

A50

A60

17.75

(451)

9.50

(241)

A70

A70

19.25

(489)

11.00

(279)

A80

10.00

(254)

23.50

(597)

13.50

(343)

A80

All ISO products can be Mounted to either IEC or NEMA style Motors

D 2E1 2E2 M2 F O X Y

8.70

(221)

11.30

(287)

CP

SF

1.50

(38)

3.00

(76)

1.50

(38)

3.00

(76)

4.00

(102)

3.00

(76)

4.00

(102)

2.00

(51)

3.00

(76)

4.00

(102)

6.00

(152)

5.20

(132)

6.29

(160)

7.09

(180)

7.48

(190)

8.35

(212)

9.84

(250)

4.33

(110)

2.76

(70)

3.74

(95)

7.25

(184)

9.91

(252)

11.50

(292)

13.39

(340)

15.94

(405)

6.29

(160)

7.09

(180)

8.86

(225)

3.15

(80)

3.97

(100)

8.39

(213)

11.16

(284)

SF

1.97

(50)

2.56

(65)

1.97

(50)

2.56

(65)

3.93

(100)

DF

M

2

LB

(kg)

1.00

(25)

1.50

(38)

2.00

(51)

3.00

(76)

3.00

(76)

2.00

(51)

3.00

(76)

1.00

(25)

1.50

(38)

2.00

(51)

1.00

(25)

80

(36)

90 (41)

2.00

(51)

4.00

(102)

125

(57)

174

(79)

188

(85)

189

(86)

205

(99)

219

(99)

269

(122)

135

(61)

153

(70)

145

(65)

185

(84)

159

(72)

195

(88)

DF

1.26

(32)

1.97

(50)

1.26

(32)

1.57

(40)

2.56

(65)

LB

(KG)

80

(36)

86

(39)

133

(60)

144

(65)

168

(76)

Page 42

Section Q - Curves

Hydraulic Curves

600

0 50 100

Capacity (m3/hr)

150 200 250

TB-mag Hydraulic Curves

300 350

180

140

0 50 100

Capacity (m3/hr)

150 200 250 300 350

40

160

500

C3

140

120

100

80

120

100

C3

C4

C5

35

30

400

300

200

100

B1

B4

C4

A1

A3/A4

B3/B5

C1

C5

B6

C2

C6

C9

60

40

80

60

B1

B4

C1

40

20

A1

A3/4

B3/5

B6

C2

C6

C9

C7

C8

20

0

0 200 400 600 800

Capacity (US gpm)

1000

Power Range to 15hp @ 3500 rpm to 30hp @ 3500 rpm to 75hp @ 3500 rpm

1200

A1-1.5x1x6

B1-1.5x1x8

C1-3x2x8

C6-4x3x10

1400

0

1600

0

0 200 400 600 800

Capacity (US gpm)

1000

ALL Pump Models use ONE Impeller for Stated Power Range

A3-3x1.5x6

A4-3x2x6

B3/B5-3x2x6

C2-4x3x8

C7-4x3x10H

B4-3x1.5x8

C3-2x1x10

C8-6x4x10H

B6-4x3x6

C4-3x1.5x10

C9-6x4x8

C5-3x2x10

600

0

500

400

300

200

100

0

0

75

0

BL

AL

CL

100

10

200

20

Capacity (m

3

/hr)

30

V1

W1

50 100 150

Capacity (US gpm)

Power Range

to 15hp @ 3500 rpm to 30hp @ 3500 rpm to 75hp @ 3500 rpm

300

Capacity (US gpm)

400 500

40

TB-mag Special Pumps

50

140

0 5 10

Capacity (m

3

/hr)

15

180

160

120

CL

140

100

120

80

100

BL

80 60

W1

60

40

AL

40

V1

20

20

600

200 250

0

0

0 20 40 60 80

Capacity (US gpm)

ALL Pump Models use ONE Impeller for Stated Power Range

AL-1.5x1x6LF (low flow)

BL-1.5x1x8LF (low flow)

CL-2x1x10LF (low flow)

V1-2x1.5x6 (ANSI vertical)

W1-2x1.5x8 (ANSI vertical)

TB-mag ISO/JIS

700

250

17.5

0 50 100

Capacity (US gpm)

150 200 250

20

1200

100

300

1400

25

350

60

5

120

0

40

35

30

25

20

15

10

0

1600

25

20

15

10

5

63

50

38

25

13

0

0

E1

F1

20

F4

200

150

10

7.5

15

12.5

100

G2

E3

50

E1

5

2.5

40 60 80 100

Capacity (m3/hr)

120

Power Range

to 8.7kW @ 2950 rpm to 18.5kW @ 2950 rpm to 46.4kW @ 2950 rpm

140 160 180

0 0

0 10

E1-50x32x160

F1-50x32x200

G2-100x65x200

ALL Pump Models use ONE Impeller for Stated Power Range

E3-65x50x160

F4-65x40x200

F1

20

E3

F4

30

G2

60 70

50

40

30

20

10

80

0

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Section R - Item List

232 19 6 231 239 27 8b 14 8a 9c 9a 7 72

302 300 301 235 73 236 9b 1 2 371 372 370

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Section R - Item List

Item # Qty.

14

19

27

72

73

231

232

235

236

239

300

301

302

370

371

372

1

2

6

7

8a

8b

9a

9b

9c

1

14

14

2

2

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

1

1

Part Name

Casing

Impeller Magnet Assembly

Shaft, Pump

Wear Ring, Front Stationary

Wear Ring, Front Rotating

Wear Ring, Back Rotating

Retaining Ring, Front Stationary

Retaining Ring, Rear Stationary

Retaining Ring, Pin (sets)

Valve, Thrust Control

Adapter

Wear Ring, Back Stationary

Collar, Thrust

Gasket, O-Ring

Shell, Containment

Magnet Assembly, Outer

Bushing, Bearing

Bushing, Spacer

Ring, Containment

Hex Cap Screw

Lock Washer

Plug

Drain Flange

Drain Gasket

Drain Gasket

Material

Ductile Iron / ETFE Lining

ETFE

Silicon Carbide

Silicon Carbide

Silicon Carbide

Silicon Carbide

ETFE

ETFE

ETFE

Silicon Carbide

Ductile Iron

Silicon Carbide

CFR /PTFE

FEP / FKM (Fluorocarbon) Core

ETFE / Fiber Reinforced Vinyl Ester

Ductile Iron / Neodymium Iron

Silicon Carbide

PTFE

Ductile Iron

304 SS

304 SS

Plastic

304 SS

PTFE

Neoprene

Material Description and Properties

CF-ETFE

Carbon Fiber Ethylene tetrafluoroethylene (CF-ETFE) is the standard fluoropolymer plastic used to make our impeller and containment shell. In addition to high chemical resistance, this thermoplastic offers greater mechanical strength over other fluoropolymers.

Property

Specific Gravity

Working Temperature Range

Tensile Strength

Flexural Modulus

Units

N/A

°F

PSI

PSI

Amount

1.74

-20 to 250

7400

180000

Ductile Iron

Ductile Iron is Cast Iron with spheroidal graphite. It’s chemical composition and percent of carbon is about the same as grey iron. The transformation to ductile iron occurs when molten grey iron is treated with magnesium. The insertion of magnesium into the pouring ladle transforms the Fe3C flakes into spheroids. These spheroids strengthen the metal by acting as crack arresters.

Property

Tensile Strength

Yield Strength

Elongation

Hardness

Units

PSI

PSI

%

BHN

Amount

65000

45000

12

200

Alpha Sintered Silicon Carbide (SiC)

Alpha Sintered Silicon Carbide (SiC) is by far the strongest, hardest, most corrosion resistant ceramic available today.

It is produced by pressure-less sintering of ultra-pure micron powder at temperatures above 3600 °F. The finished part is a fine grain, lightweight, extremely hard material that can out perform any super alloy.

Density

Property

Hardness

Flexural Strength

Compressive Strength

Units

g/cm3

Kg/mm2

Mpa

Mpa

Amount

3.1

2600

395

3400

FEP / FKM (Fluorocarbon) Core

FKM is the designation for about 80% of fluorinated elastomers. All FKMs contain vinylidene fluoride as a monomer. Fluoroelastomers are used for their superior heat and chemical resistance.

Property

Specific Gravity

Working Temperature Range

Tensile Strength

Units

N/A

°F

PSI

Compressive Strength

Flexural Modulus

PSI

PSI

Amount

2.15

-20 to 300

4050

2200

92000

CFR / PTFE

Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) is a synthetic fluoropolymer which finds numerous applications. Water-containing substances do not wet PTFE, therefore adhesion to PTFE surfaces is inhibited.

Property

Specific Gravity

Tensile Strength

Compressive Strength

Tensile Elastic Modulus

Units

N/A

PSI

PSI

PSI

Amount

2.09

3500

4300

12800

Pure ETFE

Ethylene tetrafluoroethylene (ETFE) is the standard fluoropolymer plastic used to line our casings. When rotomolded,

ETFE is mechanically bonded to the

Property

Specific Gravity

Working Temperature Range ductile iron casing, giving the absolute best connection and durability far supe-

Tensile Strength rior to conventional blown and compression molding.

Tensile Elongation

Flexural Modulus

Units

N/A

°F

PSI

%

PSI

Amount

1.78

-20 to 250

6700

150-300

145000

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Section S - Parts List

Item # 1 - Casing

Model Size / Description Part #

1.5 x 1 - ANSI class 150 CSG-1010-SI

A1

AL

E1

EL

A3

E3

A4

B1

1.5 x 1 - ANSI class 300

50 x 32mm - ISO PN 16

50 x 40mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

1.5 x 1 - ANSI class 150

1.5 x 1 - ANSI class 300

50 x 32mm - ISO PN 16

50 x 40mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

50 x 32mm - ISO PN 16

50 x 40mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

2.0 x 1.5 - ANSI class 150

50 x 32mm - ISO PN 16

50 x 40mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

2.0 x 1.5 - ANSI class 150

3 x 1.5 - ANSI class 150

3 x 1.5 - ANSI class 300

65 x 40mm - ISO PN 16

65 x 50mm - ISO PN 16

65 x 50mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

65 x 50mm - ISO PN 16

65 x 40mm - ISO PN 16

65 x 50mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

3 x 2 - ANSI class 150

3 x 1.5 - ANSI class 150

3 x 2 - ANSI class 150

3 x 2 - ANSI class 300

80 x 50mm - ISO PN 16

80 x 65mm - ISO PN 16

80 x 65mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

1.5 x 1 - ANSI class 150

1.5 x 1 - ANSI class 300

50 x 32mm - ISO PN 16

50 x 40mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

CSG-1011-SI

CSG-1012-SI

CSG-1013-SI

CSG-1010-LF

CSG-1011-LF

CSG-1012-LF

CSG-1013-LF

CSG-1015-SI

CSG-1017-SI

CSG-1018-SI

CSG-1015-LF

CSG-1017-LF

CSG-1018-LF

CSG-1070-SI

CSG-1071-SI

CSG-1072-SI

CSG-1073-SI

CSG-1074-SI

CSG-107A-SI

CSG-107B-SI

CSG-107C-SI

CSG-107D-SI

CSG-107E-SI

CSG-1075-SI

CSG-1076-SI

CSG-1077-SI

CSG-1078-SI

CSG-1079-SI

CSG-1030-SI

CSG-1031-SI

CSG-1032-SI

CSG-1033-SI

Page 46

Item # 1 - Casing

Model Size / Description Part #

1.5 x 1 - ANSI class 150 CSG-1030-LF

BL

F1

FL

B3

B4

F4

B5

B6

C1

C2

G2

1.5 x 1 - ANSI class 300

50 x 32mm - ISO PN 16

50 x 40mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

50 x 32mm - ISO PN 16

50 x 40mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

2.0 x 1.5 - ANSI class 150

50 x 32mm - ISO PN 16

50 x 40mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

2.0 x 1.5 - ANSI class 150

3 x 2 - ANSI class 150

3 x 2 - ANSI class 300

80 x 50mm - ISO PN 16

80 x 65mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

80 x 65mm - ISO PN 16

3 x 1.5 - ANSI class 150

3 x 1.5 - ANSI class 300

65 x 40mm - ISO PN 16

65 x 50mm - ISO PN 16

65 x 50mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

80 x 50mm - ISO PN16

65 x 40mm - ISO PN 16

65 x 50mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

3 x 1.5 - ANSI class 150

3 x 2 (A10) - ANSI class 150

3 x 2 (A10) - ANSI class 300

80 x 50mm - ISO PN 16

80 x 65mm - ISO PN 16

80 x 65mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

4 x 3 - ANSI class 150

4 x 3 - ANSI class 300

100 x 65mm - ISO PN 16

100 x 80mm - ISO PN 16

100 x 80mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

3 x 2 - ANSI class 150

3 x 2 - ANSI class 300

80 x 50mm - ISO PN 16

80 x 65mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

4 x 3 - ANSI class 150

4 x 3 - ANSI class 300

100 x 65mm - ISO PN 16

100 x 80mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

100 x 80mm - ISO PN 16

100 x 65mm - ISO PN 16

100 x 80mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

4 x 3 - ANSI class 150

100 x 80mm - ISO PN 16

CSG-1031-LF

CSG-1032-LF

CSG-1033-LF

CSG-1035-SI

CSG-1037-SI

CSG-1038-SI

CSG-1035-LF

CSG-1037-LF

CSG-1038-LF

CSG-1020-SI

CSG-1021-SI

CSG-1022-SI

CSG-1023-SI

CSG-1024-SI

CSG-1080-SI

CSG-1081-SI

CSG-1082-SI

CSG-1083-SI

CSG-1084-SI

CSG-108A-SI

CSG-1085-SI

CSG-1087-SI

CSG-1088-SI

CSG-1090-SI

CSG-1091-SI

CSG-1092-SI

CSG-1093-SI

CSG-1094-SI

CSG-1160-SI

CSG-1161-SI

CSG-1162-SI

CSG-1163-SI

CSG-1164-SI

CSG-1050-SI

CSG-1051-SI

CSG-1052-SI

CSG-1053-SI

CSG-1060-SI

CSG-1061-SI

CSG-1062-SI

CSG-1063-SI

CSG-1064-SI

CSG-1065-SI

CSG-1067-SI

CSG-1068-SI

CSG-1069-SI

Section S - Parts List

Item # 1 - Casing

Model Size / Description Part #

2 x 1 - ANSI class 150 CSG-1100-SI

C3

CL

C4

C5

C6

C7

C8

C9

V1

W1

W3

2 x 1 - ANSI class 300

50 x 32mm - ISO PN 16

2 x 1 - ANSI class 150

2 x 1 - ANSI class 300

50 x 32mm - ISO PN 16

3 x 1.5 - ANSI class 150

3 x 1.5 - ANSI class 300

65 x 40mm - ISO PN 16

65 x 50mm - ISO PN 16

65 x 50mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

3 x 2 - ANSI class 150

3 x 2 - ANSI class 300

80 x 50mm - ISO PN 16

80 x 65mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

4 x 3 - ANSI class 150

4 x 3 - ANSI class 300

100 x 65mm - ISO PN 16

100 x 80mm - ISO PN 16

100 x 80mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

4 x 3 - ANSI class 150

4 x 3 - ANSI class 300

100 x 65mm - ISO PN 16

100 x 80mm - ISO PN 16

100 x 80mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

125 x 80mm - ISO PN 16

6 x 4 - ANSI class 150

6 x 4 - ANSI class 300

150 x 100mm - ISO PN 16

150 x 125mm - ISO PN 16

150 x 125mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

6 x 4 - ANSI class 150

6 x 4 - ANSI class 300

150 x 125mm - ISO PN 16

150 x 125mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

2 x 1.5 x 6 V - ANSI class 150

2 x 1.5 x 6 V - ANSI class 300

50 x 32mm V - ISO PN 16

50 x 40mm V - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

2 x 1.5 x 8 V - ANSI class 150

2 x 1.5 x 8 V - ANSI class 300

50 x 32mm V - ISO PN 16

50 x 40mm V - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

3 x 2 x 6 V - ANSI class 150

3 x 2 x 6 V - ANSI class 300

80 x 50mm V - ISO PN 16

80 x 65mm V - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

CSG-1101-SI

CSG-1102-SI

CSG-1100-LF

CSG-1101-LF

CSG-1102-LF

CSG-1110-SI

CSG-1111-SI

CSG-1112-SI

CSG-1113-SI

CSG-1114-SI

CSG-1120-SI

CSG-1121-SI

CSG-1122-SI

CSG-1123-SI

CSG-1130-SI

CSG-1131-SI

CSG-1132-SI

CSG-1133-SI

CSG-1134-SI

CSG-1140-SI

CSG-1141-SI

CSG-1142-SI

CSG-1143-SI

CSG-1144-SI

CSG-1145-SI

CSG-1150-SI

CSG-1151-SI

CSG-1152-SI

CSG-1153-SI

CSG-1154-SI

CSG-1155-SI

CSG-1156-SI

CSG-1157-SI

CSG-1158-SI

CSG-1210-SI

CSG-1211-SI

CSG-1212-SI

CSG-1213-SI

CSG-1230-SI

CSG-1231-SI

CSG-1232-SI

CSG-1233-SI

CSG-1220-SI

CSG-1221-SI

CSG-1222-SI

CSG-1223-SI

Item # 2 - Impeller

Model Size

A1 (1.5 x 1 x 6)

F1

FL

B3

B4

F4

B5

B6

C1

C2

G2

C3

CL

C4

C5

C6

E3

A4

B1

BL

AL

E1

EL

A3

C7

C8

C9

V1

W1

W3

(1.5 x 1 x 6) LF

(50mm x 32mm)

(50mm x 32mm)

(3 x 1.5 x 6)

(65mm x 40mm)

(3 x 2 x 6)

(1.5 x 1 x 8)

(1.5 x 1 x 8) LF

(50mm x 32mm)

(50mm x 32mm)

(3 x 2 x 6)

(3 x 1.5 x 8)

65mm x 40mm

(3 x 2 x 6)

(4 x 3 x 6)

(3 x 2 x 8)

(4 x 3 x 8)

(100mm x 65mm)

(2 x 1 x 10)

(2 x 1 x 10) LF

(3 x 1.5 x 10)

(3 x 2 x 10)

(4 x 3 x 10)

(4 x 3 x 10) UHT

(4 x 3 x 10H)

(4 x 3 x 10H) UHT

(6 x 4 x 10H)

(6 x 4 x 10H) UHT

(6 x 4 x 8)

(6 x 4 x 8) UHT

(2 x 1.5 x 6) V

(2 x 1.5 x 8) V

(3 x 2 x 6) V

Part #

IMA -1010-SI

IMA -1050-SI

IMA -1060-SI

IMA -1060-SI

IMA -1100-SI

IMA -1100-SI

IMA -1100-SI

IMA -1120-SI

IMA -1130-SI

IMA -1132-SI

IMA -1140-SI

IMA -1142-SI

IMA -1150-SI

IMA -1152-SI

IMA -1155-SI

IMA -1157-SI

IMA -1010-SI

IMA -1030-SI

IMA -1020-SI

IMA -1010-SI

IMA -1010-SI

IMA -1010-SI

IMA -1070-SI

IMA -1070-SI

IMA -1070-SI

IMA -1030-SI

IMA -1030-SI

IMA -1030-SI

IMA -1030-SI

IMA -1020-SI

IMA -1040-SI

IMA -1040-SI

IMA -1020-SI

IMA -1065-SI

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Section S - Parts List

Item # 9b - Retaining Ring, Back Stationary

Model Size

A1 (1.5 x 1 x 6)

Part #

RGR-1020-AA

C6

C7

C8

C9

C3

CL

C4

C5

B5

B6

C1

C2

G2

V1

W1

W3

E3

A4

B1

BL

F1

AL

E1

EL

A3

FL

B3

B4

F4

(1.5 x 1 x 6 LF)

(50mm x 32mm)

(50mm x 32mm)

(3 x 1.5 x 6)

(65mm x 40mm)

(3 x 2 x 6)

(1.5 x 1 x 8)

(1.5 x 1 x 8 LF)

(50mm x 32mm)

(50mm x 32mm)

(3 x 2 x 6)

(3 x 1.5 x 8)

(65mm x 40mm)

(3 x 2 x 6)

(4 x 3 x 6)

(3 x 2 x 8)

(4 x 3 x 8)

(100mm x 65mm)

(2 x 1 x 10)

(2 x 1 x 10 LF)

(3 x 1.5 x 10)

(3 x 2 x 10)

(4 x 3 x 10)

(4 x 3 x 10H)

(6 x 4 x 10H)

(6 x 4 x 8)

(2 x 1.5 x 6 V)

(2 x 1.5 x 8 V)

(3 x 2 x 6 V)

RGR-1020-AA

RGR-1020-AA

RGR-1020-AA

RGR-1020-AA

RGR-1020-AA

RGR-1020-AA

RGR-1040-AA

RGR-1040-AA

RGR-1040-AA

RGR-1040-AA

RGR-1040-AA

RGR-1040-AA

RGR-1040-AA

RGR-1040-AA

RGR-1040-AA

RGR-1040-AA

RGR-1040-AA

RGR-1040-AA

RGR-1040-AA

RGR-1040-AA

RGR-1040-AA

RGR-1040-AA

RGR-1040-AA

RGR-1070-AA

RGR-1070-AA

RGR-1040-AA

RGR-1020-AA

RGR-1040-AA

RGR-1040-AA

Item # 7 - Wear Ring, Front Stationary

Model Size

A1 (1.5 x 1 x 6)

OD ID Part # SIC CFR/PTFE

3.396

2.645

WRS-1010-SI WRS-1014-SI

C6

C7

C8

C9

C3

CL

C4

C5

B5

B6

C1

C2

G2

V1

W1

W3

E3

A4

B1

BL

F1

AL

E1

EL

A3

FL

B3

B4

F4

(1.5 x 1 x 6 LF)

(50mm x 32mm)

(50mm x 32mm)

(3 x 1.5 x 6)

(65mm x 40mm)

(3 x 2 x 6)

(1.5 x 1 x 8)

(1.5 x 1 x 8 LF)

(50mm x 32mm)

(50mm x 32mm)

(3 x 2 x 6)

(3 x 1.5 x 8)

(65mm x 40mm)

(3 x 2 x 6)

(4 x 3 x 6)

(3 x 2 x 8)

(4 x 3 x 8)

(100mm x 65mm)

(2 x 1 x 10)

(2 x 1 x 10 LF)

(3 x 1.5 x 10)

(3 x 2 x 10)

(4 x 3 x 10)

(4 x 3 x 10H)

(6 x 4 x 10H)

(6 x 4 x 8)

(2 x 1.5 x 6 V)

(2 x 1.5 x 8 V)

(3 x 2 x 6 V)

3.396

3.396

3.396

4.296

4.296

4.296

4.296

5.151

4.296

5.151

5.151

3.765

3.765

3.396

3.396

3.396

3.765

3.765

3.765

3.396

3.765

4.296

5.151

5.989

7.422

3.396

3.396

4.296

3.545

4.201

3.545

4.201

4.201

3.015

3.015

3.015

3.545

4.201

5.039

6.400

2.645

2.645

2.645

3.015

3.015

3.015

2.645

2.645

2.645

2.645

3.545

3.545

3.545

2.645

2.645

3.545

WRS-1010-SI

WRS-1010-SI

WRS-1010-SI

WRS-1050-SI

WRS-1050-SI

WRS-1050-SI

WRS-1010-SI

WRS-1010-SI

WRS-1010-SI

WRS-1010-SI

WRS-1020-SI

WRS-1020-SI

WRS-1020-SI

WRS-1020-SI

WRS-1030-SI

WRS-1020-SI

WRS-1030-SI

WRS-1030-SI

WRS-1050-SI

WRS-1050-SI

WRS-1050-SI

WRS-1020-SI

WRS-1030-SI

WRS-1040-SI

WRS-1060-SI

WRS-1010-SI

WRS-1010-SI

WRS-1020-SI

WRS-1014-SI

WRS-1014-SI

WRS-1014-SI

WRS-1054-SI

WRS-1054-SI

WRS-1054-SI

WRS-1014-SI

WRS-1014-SI

WRS-1014-SI

WRS-1014-SI

WRS-1024-SI

WRS-1024-SI

WRS-1024-SI

WRS-1024-SI

WRS-1034-SI

WRS-1024-SI

WRS-1034-SI

WRS-1034-SI

WRS-1054-SI

WRS-1054-SI

WRS-1054-SI

WRS-1024-SI

WRS-1034-SI

WRS-1044-SI

WRS-1064-SI

WRS-1014-SI

WRS-1014-SI

WRS-1024-SI

Page 48

Section S - Parts List

Item # 8a - Wear Ring, Front Rotating

Model Size OD ID Part # SIC

A1 (1.5 x 1 x 6) 2.640

2.140

WRR-1010-SI

C6

C7

C8

C9

C3

CL

C4

C5

B5

B6

C1

C2

G2

V1

W1

W3

E3

A4

B1

BL

F1

AL

E1

EL

A3

FL

B3

B4

F4

(1.5 x 1 x 6 LF)

(50mm x 32mm)

(50mm x 32mm)

(3 x 1.5 x 6)

(65mm x 40mm)

(3 x 2 x 6)

(1.5 x 1 x 8)

(1.5 x 1 x 8 LF)

(50mm x 32mm)

(50mm x 32mm)

(3 x 2 x 6)

(3 x 1.5 x 8)

65mm x 40mm

(3 x 2 x 6)

(4 x 3 x 6)

(3 x 2 x 8)

(4 x 3 x 8)

(100mm x 65mm)

(2 x 1 x 10)

(2 x 1 x 10 LF)

(3 x 1.5 x 10)

(3 x 2 x 10)

(4 x 3 x 10)

(4 x 3 x 10H)

(6 x 4 x 10H)

(6 x 4 x 8)

(2 x 1.5 x 6 V)

(2 x 1.5 x 8 V)

(3 x 2 x 6 V)

3.040

3.696

3.696

3.696

3.696

2.510

2.510

2.510

3.040

3.696

4.440

5.790

4.440

2.140

2.140

3.040

2.140

2.140

2.140

2.510

2.510

2.510

2.140

2.140

2.140

2.140

3.040

3.040

3.040

2.640

2.640

2.640

3.540

3.540

3.540

3.540

4.196

4.196

4.196

4.196

3.010

3.010

2.640

2.640

2.640

3.010

3.010

3.010

2.640

3.010

3.540

4.196

5.034

6.395

5.034

2.640

2.640

3.540

WRR-1010-SI

WRR-1010-SI

WRR-1010-SI

WRR-1050-SI

WRR-1050-SI

WRR-1050-SI

WRR-1010-SI

WRR-1010-SI

WRR-1010-SI

WRR-1010-SI

WRR-1020-SI

WRR-1020-SI

WRR-1020-SI

WRR-1020-SI

WRR-1030-SI

WRR-1020-SI

WRR-1030-SI

WRR-1030-SI

WRR-1050-SI

WRR-1050-SI

WRR-1050-SI

WRR-1020-SI

WRR-1030-SI

WRR-1040-SI

WRR-1060-SI

WRR-1048-SI

WRR-1010-SI

WRR-1010-SI

WRR-1020-SI

Item # 9a - Retaining Ring, Front Stationary

Model Size Part #

A1

AL

E1

(1.5 x 1 x 6)

(1.5 x 1 x 6 LF)

(50mm x 32mm)

RGR-1010-AA

RGR-1010-AA

RGR-1010-AA

(50mm x 32mm)

(3 x 1.5 x 6)

(65mm x 40mm)

(3 x 2 x 6)

(1.5 x 1 x 8)

(1.5 x 1 x 8 LF)

(50mm x 32mm)

(50mm x 32mm)

(3 x 2 x 6)

(3 x 1.5 x 8)

65mm x 40mm

(3 x 2 x 6)

(4 x 3 x 6)

(3 x 2 x 8)

(4 x 3 x 8)

(100mm x 65mm)

(2 x 1 x 10)

(2 x 1 x 10 LF)

(3 x 1.5 x 10)

(3 x 2 x 10)

(4 x 3 x 10)

(4 x 3 x 10H)

(6 x 4 x 10H)

(6 x 4 x 8)

(2 x 1.5 x 6 V)

(2 x 1.5 x 8 V)

(3 x 2 x 6 V)

C1

C2

G2

C3

CL

C4

C5

C6

C7

C8

C9

V1

W1

W3

B1

BL

F1

FL

B3

EL

A3

E3

A4

B4

F4

B5

B6

RGR-1010-AA

RGR-1050-AA

RGR-1050-AA

RGR-1050-AA

RGR-1010-AA

RGR-1010-AA

RGR-1010-AA

RGR-1010-AA

RGR-1020-AA

RGR-1020-AA

RGR-1020-AA

RGR-1020-AA

RGR-1030-AA

RGR-1020-AA

RGR-1030-AA

RGR-1030-AA

RGR-1050-AA

RGR-1050-AA

RGR-1050-AA

RGR-1020-AA

RGR-1030-AA

RGR-1040-AA

RGR-1060-AA

RGR-1040-AA

RGR-1010-AA

RGR-1010-AA

RGR-1020-AA

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Section S - Parts List

F1

FL

B3

B4

F4

B5

B6

C1

C2

E3

A4

B1

BL

AL

E1

EL

A3

C6

C7

C8

C9

V1

W1

W3

G2

C3

CL

C4

C5

Item # 8b - Wear Ring, Back Rotating

Model Size OD ID Part # SIC

A1 (1.5 x 1 x 6) 3.540

3.040

WRR-1020-SI

(1.5 x 1 x 6 LF)

(50mm x 32mm)

(50mm x 32mm)

(3 x 1.5 x 6)

(65mm x 40mm)

(3 x 2 x 6)

(1.5 x 1 x 8)

(1.5 x 1 x 8 LF)

(50mm x 32mm)

(50mm x 32mm)

(3 x 2 x 6)

(3 x 1.5 x 8)

(65mm x 40mm)

(3 x 2 x 6)

(4 x 3 x 6)

(3 x 2 x 8)

(4 x 3 x 8)

(100mm x 65mm)

(2 x 1 x 10)

(2 x 1 x 10 LF)

(3 x 1.5 x 10)

(3 x 2 x 10)

(4 x 3 x 10)

(4 x 3 x 10H)

(6 x 4 x 10H)

(6 x 4 x 8)

(2 x 1.5 x 6 V)

(2 x 1.5 x 8 V)

(3 x 2 x 6 V)

WRR-1020-SI

WRR-1020-SI

WRR-1020-SI

WRR-1020-SI

WRR-1020-SI

WRR-1020-SI

WRR-1040-SI

WRR-1040-SI

WRR-1040-SI

WRR-1040-SI

WRR-1040-SI

WRR-1040-SI

WRR-1040-SI

WRR-1040-SI

WRR-1040-SI

WRR-1040-SI

WRR-1040-SI

WRR-1040-SI

WRR-1040-SI

WRR-1040-SI

WRR-1040-SI

WRR-1040-SI

WRR-1040-SI

WRR-1070-SI

WRR-1070-SI

WRR-1048-SI

WRR-1020-SI

WRR-1040-SI

WRR-1040-SI

5.034

5.034

5.034

7.520

7.520

5.034

3.540

5.034

5.034

5.034

5.034

5.034

5.034

5.034

5.034

5.034

5.034

3.540

3.540

3.540

3.540

3.540

3.540

5.034

5.034

5.034

5.034

5.034

5.034

4.440

4.440

4.440

4.440

4.440

4.440

4.440

4.440

4.440

3.040

3.040

3.040

3.040

3.040

3.040

4.440

4.440

4.440

4.440

4.440

4.440

4.440

4.440

6.920

6.920

4.440

3.040

4.440

4.440

C8

C9

V1

W1

W3

C4

C5

C6

C7

C2

G2

C3

CL

F4

B5

B6

C1

A3

E3

A4

B1

AL

E1

EL

BL

F1

FL

B3

B4

Item # 27 - Wear Ring, Back Stationary

Model

A1

Size OD ID Part # SIC

(1.5 x 1 x 6) 4.296

3.545

WRS-1020-SI

5.989

5.989

5.989

5.989

5.989

5.989

5.989

5.989

5.989

5.989

5.989

5.989

5.989

8.574

8.574

5.989

4.296

4.296

5.989

4.296

4.296

4.296

4.296

4.296

4.296

5.989

5.989

5.989

5.989

(1.5 x 1 x 6 LF)

(50mm x 32mm)

(50mm x 32mm)

(3 x 1.5 x 6)

(65mm x 40mm)

(3 x 2 x 6)

(1.5 x 1 x 8)

(1.5 x 1 x 8 LF)

(50mm x 32mm)

(50mm x 32mm)

(3 x 2 x 6)

(3 x 1.5 x 8)

(65mm x 40mm)

(3 x 2 x 6)

(4 x 3 x 6)

(3 x 2 x 8)

(4 x 3 x 8)

(100mm x 65mm)

(2 x 1 x 10)

(2 x 1 x 10 LF)

(3 x 1.5 x 10)

(3 x 2 x 10)

(4 x 3 x 10)

(4 x 3 x 10H)

(6 x 4 x 10H)

(6 x 4 x 8)

(2 x 1.5 x 6 V)

(2 x 1.5 x 8 V)

(3 x 2 x 6 V)

WRS-1020-SI

WRS-1020-SI

WRS-1020-SI

WRS-1020-SI

WRS-1020-SI

WRS-1020-SI

WRS-1040-SI

WRS-1040-SI

WRS-1040-SI

WRS-1040-SI

WRS-1040-SI

WRS-1040-SI

WRS-1040-SI

WRS-1040-SI

WRS-1040-SI

WRS-1040-SI

WRS-1040-SI

WRS-1040-SI

WRS-1040-SI

WRS-1040-SI

WRS-1040-SI

WRS-1040-SI

WRS-1040-SI

WRS-1070-SI

WRS-1070-SI

WRS-1040-SI

WRS-1020-SI

WRS-1040-SI

WRS-1040-SI

5.039

5.039

5.039

7.525

7.525

5.039

3.545

3.545

5.039

5.039

5.039

5.039

5.039

5.039

5.039

5.039

5.039

3.545

3.545

3.545

3.545

3.545

3.545

5.039

5.039

5.039

5.039

5.039

5.039

Item # 6 - Shaft, Pump

Model Size / Description

TB

A-Series - O.D. = 1.00”

B/C-Series - O.D. = 1.50”

Part #

STP-1005-SI

STP-1015-SI

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Item # 9d - Key, Locking

Model Size / Description Part #

TB

A/B/C (0.313” Wide)

C-H (0.438” Wide)

RGR-1205-SI

RGR-1206-SI

Section S - Parts List

Item # 9c - Retaining Pin, Impeller

Model Size Part #

TB A/B/C Series RGR-1200-SI

Item # 235 - (2) Bushing, Bearing

Model Size Part #

TB

A – 1.000” I.D.

B/C – 1.500” I.D.

BGB-1005-SI

BGB-1015-SI

Item # 236 - Bushing, Spacer

Model Size Part #

TB

A Series

B/C Series

BGB-1050-SI

BGB-1060-SI

Item # 20 - Foot, Adapter

Model Size / Description

TB B Series / C Series

Part #

FTA-1000-SI

Item # 14 - Valve, Thrust Control

Model Size Part #

TB

A Series

B/C Series

VTC-1000-SI

VTC-1010-SI

Item # 231 - Containment Shell, Complete

Model Size / Description Part #

TB

A

B/C 8”

SLC-1000-AA

SLC-1010-AA

C 10”

C 10” H

SLC-1020-AA

SLC-1030-AA

Item # 231 - Shell, Containment

Model Size / Description Part #

A SLC-1000-SI

TB B / C 8”

C 10”

C 10” H

SLC-1010-SI

SLC-1020-SI

SLC-1030-SI

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Section S - Parts List

Old Style Thrust Collar 1998 - 2006

New Style Thrust Collar 2006 +

Item # 72 - Collar, Thrust

Model Size

A1 (1.5 x 1 x 6)

1998-2006 2006+ CFR/PTFE 2006+ SiC

CRT-1010-SI CRT-1011-SI CRT-1012-SI

BL

F1

FL

B3

B4

F4

B5

B6

C1

A3

E3

A4

B1

AL

E1

EL

C9

V1

W1

W3

C5

C6

C7

C8

C2

G2

C3

CL

C4

(1.5 x 1 x 6 LF)

(50mm x 32mm)

(50mm x 32mm)

(3 x 1.5 x 6)

(65mm x 40mm)

(3 x 2 x 6)

(1.5 x 1 x 8)

(1.5 x 1 x 8 LF)

(50mm x 32mm)

(50mm x 32mm)

(3 x 2 x 6)

(3 x 1.5 x 8)

(65mm x 40mm)

(3 x 2 x 6)

(4 x 3 x 6)

(3 x 2 x 8)

(4 x 3 x 8)

(100mm x 65mm)

(2 x 1 x 10)

(2 x 1 x 10 LF)

(3 x 1.5 x 10)

(3 x 2 x 10)

(4 x 3 x 10)

(4 x 3 x 10 H)

(6 x 4 x 10 H)

(6 x 4 x 8)

(2 x 1.5 x 6 V)

(2 x 1.5 x 8 V)

(3 x 2 x 6 V)

CRT-1010-SI

CRT-1010-SI

CRT-1010-SI

CRT-1050-SI

CRT-1050-SI

CRT-1050-SI

CRT-1010-SI

CRT-1010-SI

CRT-1010-SI

CRT-1010-SI

CRT-1020-SI

CRT-1020-SI

CRT-1020-SI

CRT-1020-SI

Style B Only

CRT-1020-SI

CRT-1030-SI

CRT-1030-SI

Style B Only

Style B Only

Style B Only

CRT-1020-SI

Style B Only

Style B Only

Style B Only

Style B Only

CRT-1010-SI

CRT-1010-SI

CRT-1020-SI

CRT-1011-SI

CRT-1011-SI

CRT-1011-SI

CRT-1051-SI

CRT-1051-SI

CRT-1051-SI

CRT-1011-SI

CRT-1011-SI

CRT-1011-SI

CRT-1011-SI

CRT-1021-SI

CRT-1021-SI

CRT-1021-SI

CRT-1021-SI

CRT-1031-SI

CRT-1021-SI

CRT-1031-SI

CRT-1031-SI

CRT-1051-SI

CRT-1051-SI

CRT-1051-SI

CRT-1021-SI

CRT-1031-SI

CRT-1040-SI

CRT-1060-SI

CRT-1011-SI

CRT-1011-SI

CRT-1021-SI

CRT-1012-SI

CRT-1012-SI

CRT-1012-SI

CRT-1052-SI

CRT-1052-SI

CRT-1052-SI

CRT-1012-SI

CRT-1012-SI

CRT-1012-SI

CRT-1012-SI

CRT-1022-SI

CRT-1022-SI

CRT-1022-SI

CRT-1022-SI

CRT-1032-SI

CRT-1022-SI

CRT-1032-SI

CRT-1032-SI

CRT-1052-SI

CRT-1052-SI

CRT-1052-SI

CRT-1022-SI

CRT-1032-SI

CRT-1042-SI

CRT-1062-SI

CRT-1048-SI

CRT-1012-SI

CRT-1012-SI

CRT-1022-SI

Item # 19 - Adapter

Model Size / Description Part #

TB-mag-A, NEMA, 143 – 254/6 Frame ADP-1000-SI

TB

TB-mag-A, IEC, 80 - 132 Frame

TB-mag-B/C, NEMA, 143 - 286 Frame

TB-mag-B/C, IEC, 90 - 132 Frame

B/C, Mounting Plate, NEMA, 326 - 405 Frame

B/C, Mounting Plate, IEC, 160 - 180 Frame

B/C, Mounting Plate, IEC, 200 Frame

B/C, Mounting Plate, IEC, 225 Frame

ADP-1005-SI

ADP-1010-SI

ADP-1015-SI

ADP-1100-SI

ADP-1125-SI

ADP-1135-SI

ADP-1145-SI

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Section S - Parts List

Item # 73- Gasket, O-Ring

Model Size FEP/FKM FKM EPDM

A GTO-1003-SI GTO-1004-SI GTO-1005-SI

TB B/C 8”

C 10”

GTO-1013-SI

GTO-1023-SI

GTO-1014-SI

GTO-1024-SI

GTO-1015-SI

GTO-1025-SI

Item # 300 - Hex Cap Screw

Model Size / Description Part #

TB-A

1/2”-13 x 1.25”

M12-1.75x30mm

HDW-1021-SI

HDW-1035-SI

TB-B/C

5/8”-11 x 1.50”

M16-2.0x40mm

HDW-1042-SI

HDW-1049-SI

Item # 301 - Lock Washer

Model Size / Description Part #

TB-A

1/2”

13 mm

HDW-1140-SI

HDW-1145-SI

TB-B/C

5/8”

17 mm

HDW-1160-SI

HDW-1165-SI

Item # 302 - Adapter Plugs

Model Size / Description Part #

TB

A/B/C - 1/2” NPT, Top of

Adapter, 18-8 Stainless Steel

HDW-1230-SI

TB

A/B/C - 1/2’ NPT, Bottom of

Adapter, Red, PP.

HDW-1500-SI

Item # 370 - Drain Flange

Model Size / Description Part #

TB A/B/C – Flange SUB-1350-SI

Item # 371 - PTFE Drain Gasket

Model Size / Description Part #

TB A/B/C – Drain Gasket GTO-1040-SI

Item # 239 - Ring, Containment

Model Size / Description Part #

A - ANSI RGC-1000-SI

TB

A - ISO / JIS

B/C - ANSI 8”

B/C - ISO / JIS 8”

Secondary Sealed Unit – 8”

B/C - ANSI 10”

B/C - ISO / JIS 10”

Secondary Sealed Unit – 10”

RGC-1005-SI

RGC-1010-SI

RGC-1015-SI

RGC-2110-SI

RCG-1020-SI

RGC-1025-SI

RGC-2120-SI

Item # 372 - Neoprene Drain Gasket

Model Size / Description Part #

TB A/B/C – Drain Gasket Backing GTO-1050-SI

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Section S - Parts List

Item # 2 - Impeller Magnet, Complete

Model Size / Description Part #

A1 (1.5 x 1 x 6) IMA -1010-AA

F1

FL

B3

B4

F4

B5

B6

C1

C2

G2

C3

CL

C4

C5

C6

E3

A4

B1

BL

AL

E1

EL

A3

C7

C8

C9

V1

W1

W3

(1.5 x 1 x 6 LF)

(50mm x 32mm)

(50mm x 32mm)

(3 x 1.5 x 6)

(65mm x 40mm)

(3 x 2 x 6)

(1.5 x 1 x 8)

(1.5 x 1 x 8 LF)

(50mm x 32mm)

(50mm x 32mm)

(3 x 2 x 6)

(3 x 1.5 x 8)

(65mm x 40mm)

(3 x 2 x 6)

(4 x 3 x 6)

(3 x 2 x 8)

(4 x 3 x 8)

(100mm x 65mm)

(2 x 1 x 10)

(2 x 1 x 10 LF)

(3 x 1.5 x 10)

(3 x 2 x 10)

(4 x 3 x 10)

(4 x 3 x 10 UHT)

(4 x 3 x 10 H)

(4 x 3 x 10 UHT)

(6 x 4 x 10H)

(6 x 4 x 10 UHT)

(6 x 4 x 8)

(6 x 4 x 8 UHT)

(2 x 1.5 x 6 V)

(2 x 1.5 x 8 V)

(3 x 2 x 6 V)

IMA -1050-AA

IMA -1060-AA

IMA -1060-AA

IMA -1100-AA

IMA -1100-AA

IMA -1100-AA

IMA -1120-AA

IMA -1130-AA

IMA -1132-AA

IMA -1140-AA

IMA -1142-AA

IMA -1150-AA

IMA -1152-AA

IMA -1155-AA

IMA -1157-AA

IMA -1010-AA

IMA -1030-AA

IMA -1020-AA

IMA -1010-AA

IMA -1010-AA

IMA -1010-AA

IMA -1070-AA

IMA -1070-AA

IMA -1070-AA

IMA -1030-AA

IMA -1030-AA

IMA -1030-AA

IMA -1030-AA

IMA -1020-AA

IMA -1040-AA

IMA -1040-AA

IMA -1020-AA

IMA -1065-AA

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Item # 1 - Casing, Lined Completed Sub Assemblies

Model Size / Description Part #

1.5 x 1 - ANSI class 150 CSG-1010-AA

A1

AL

E1

EL

A3

E3

A4

B1

1.5 x 1 - ANSI class 300

50 x 32mm - ISO PN 16

50 x 40mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

1.5 x 1 - ANSI class 150

1.5 x 1 - ANSI class 300

50 x 32mm - ISO PN 16

50 x 40mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

50 x 32mm - ISO PN 16

50 x 40mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

2.0 x 1.5 - ANSI class 150

50 x 32mm - ISO PN 16

50 x 40mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

2.0 x 1.5 - ANSI class 150

3 x 1.5 - ANSI class 150

3 x 1.5 - ANSI class 300

65 x 40mm - ISO PN 16

65 x 50mm - ISO PN 16

65 x 50mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

65 x 50mm - ISO PN 16

65 x 40mm - ISO PN 16

65 x 50mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

3 x 2 - ANSI class 150

3 x 1.5 - ANSI class 150

3 x 2 - ANSI class 150

3 x 2 - ANSI class 300

80 x 50mm - ISO PN 16

80 x 65mm - ISO PN 16

80 x 65mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

1.5 x 1 - ANSI class 150

1.5 x 1 - ANSI class 300

50 x 32mm - ISO PN 16

50 x 40mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

CSG-1074-AA

CSG-107A-AA

CSG-107B-AA

CSG-107C-AA

CSG-107D-AA

CSG-107E-AA

CSG-1075-AA

CSG-1076-AA

CSG-1077-AA

CSG-1078-AA

CSG-1079-AA

CSG-1030-AA

CSG-1031-AA

CSG-1032-AA

CSG-1033-AA

CSG-1011-AA

CSG-1012-AA

CSG-1013-AA

CSG-1010-LB

CSG-1011-LB

CSG-1012-LB

CSG-1013-LB

CSG-1015-AA

CSG-1017-AA

CSG-1018-AA

CSG-1015-LB

CSG-1017-LB

CSG-1018-LB

CSG-1070-AA

CSG-1071-AA

CSG-1072-AA

CSG-1073-AA

Section S - Parts List

Item # 1 - Casing, Lined Completed Sub Assemblies

Model Size / Description Part #

1.5 x 1 - ANSI class 150 CSG-1030-LB

BL

F1

FL

B3

B4

F4

B5

B6

C1

C2

G2

1.5 x 1 - ANSI class 300

50 x 32mm - ISO PN 16

50 x 40mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

50 x 32mm - ISO PN 16

50 x 40mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

2.0 x 1.5 - ANSI class 150

50 x 32mm - ISO PN 16

50 x 40mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

2.0 x 1.5 - ANSI class 150

3 x 2 - ANSI class 150

3 x 2 - ANSI class 300

80 x 50mm - ISO PN 16

80 x 65mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

80 x 65mm - ISO PN 16

3 x 1.5 - ANSI class 150

3 x 1.5 - ANSI class 300

65 x 40mm - ISO PN 16

65 x 50mm - ISO PN 16

65 x 50mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

80 x 50mm - ISO PN16

65 x 40mm - ISO PN 16

65 x 50mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

3 x 1.5 - ANSI class 150

3 x 2 (A10) - ANSI class 150

3 x 2 (A10) - ANSI class 300

80 x 50mm - ISO PN 16

80 x 65mm - ISO PN 16

80 x 65mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

4 x 3 - ANSI class 150

4 x 3 - ANSI class 300

100 x 65mm - ISO PN 16

100 x 80mm - ISO PN 16

100 x 80mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

3 x 2 - ANSI class 150

3 x 2 - ANSI class 300

80 x 50mm - ISO PN 16

80 x 65mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

4 x 3 - ANSI class 150

4 x 3 - ANSI class 300

100 x 65mm - ISO PN 16

100 x 80mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

100 x 80mm - ISO PN 16

100 x 65mm - ISO PN 16

100 x 80mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

4 x 3 - ANSI class 150

100 x 80mm - ISO PN 16

CSG-1031-LB

CSG-1032-LB

CSG-1033-LB

CSG-1035-AA

CSG-1037-AA

CSG-1038-AA

CSG-1035-LB

CSG-1037-LB

CSG-1038-LB

CSG-1020-AA

CSG-1021-AA

CSG-1022-AA

CSG-1023-AA

CSG-1024-AA

CSG-1080-AA

CSG-1081-AA

CSG-1082-AA

CSG-1083-AA

CSG-1084-AA

CSG-108A-AA

CSG-1085-AA

CSG-1087-AA

CSG-1088-AA

CSG-1090-AA

CSG-1091-AA

CSG-1092-AA

CSG-1093-AA

CSG-1094-AA

CSG-1160-AA

CSG-1161-AA

CSG-1162-AA

CSG-1163-AA

CSG-1164-AA

CSG-1050-AA

CSG-1051-AA

CSG-1052-AA

CSG-1053-AA

CSG-1060-AA

CSG-1061-AA

CSG-1062-AA

CSG-1063-AA

CSG-1064-AA

CSG-1065-AA

CSG-1067-AA

CSG-1068-AA

CSG-1069-AA

Item # 1 - Casing, Lined Completed Sub Assemblies

Model Size / Description Part #

2 x 1 - ANSI class 150 CSG-1100-AA

C3

CL

C4

C5

C6

C7

C8

C9

V1

W1

W3

2 x 1 - ANSI class 300

50 x 32mm - ISO PN 16

2 x 1 - ANSI class 150

2 x 1 - ANSI class 300

50 x 32mm - ISO PN 16

3 x 1.5 - ANSI class 150

3 x 1.5 - ANSI class 300

65 x 40mm - ISO PN 16

65 x 50mm - ISO PN 16

65 x 50mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

3 x 2 - ANSI class 150

3 x 2 - ANSI class 300

80 x 50mm - ISO PN 16

80 x 65mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

4 x 3 - ANSI class 150

4 x 3 - ANSI class 300

100 x 65mm - ISO PN 16

100 x 80mm - ISO PN 16

100 x 80mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

4 x 3 - ANSI class 150

4 x 3 - ANSI class 300

100 x 65mm - ISO PN 16

100 x 80mm - ISO PN 16

100 x 80mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

125 x 80mm - ISO PN 16

6 x 4 - ANSI class 150

6 x 4 - ANSI class 300

150 x 100mm - ISO PN 16

150 x 125mm - ISO PN 16

150 x 125mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

6 x 4 - ANSI class 150

6 x 4 - ANSI class 300

150 x 125mm - ISO PN 16

150 x 125mm - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

2 x 1.5 x 6 V - ANSI class 150

2 x 1.5 x 6 V - ANSI class 300

50 x 32mm V - ISO PN 16

50 x 40mm V - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

2 x 1.5 x 8 V - ANSI class 150

2 x 1.5 x 8 V - ANSI class 300

50 x 32mm V - ISO PN 16

50 x 40mm V - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

3 x 2 x 6 V - ANSI class 150

3 x 2 x 6 V - ANSI class 300

80 x 50mm V - ISO PN 16

80 x 65mm V - JIS 10 kg/cm

2

CSG-1101-AA

CSG-1102-AA

CSG-1100-LB

CSG-1101-LB

CSG-1102-LB

CSG-1110-AA

CSG-1111-AA

CSG-1112-AA

CSG-1113-AA

CSG-1114-AA

CSG-1120-AA

CSG-1121-AA

CSG-1122-AA

CSG-1123-AA

CSG-1130-AA

CSG-1131-AA

CSG-1132-AA

CSG-1133-AA

CSG-1134-AA

CSG-1140-AA

CSG-1141-AA

CSG-1142-AA

CSG-1143-AA

CSG-1144-AA

CSG-1145-AA

CSG-1150-AA

CSG-1151-AA

CSG-1152-AA

CSG-1153-AA

CSG-1154-AA

CSG-1155-AA

CSG-1156-AA

CSG-1157-AA

CSG-1158-AA

CSG-1210-AA

CSG-1211-AA

CSG-1212-AA

CSG-1213-AA

CSG-1230-AA

CSG-1231-AA

CSG-1232-AA

CSG-1233-AA

CSG-1220-AA

CSG-1221-AA

CSG-1222-AA

CSG-1223-AA

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Section S - Parts List

Item # 232 - Magnet Assembly, Outer

Model Size / Description

NEMA 56C (0.625” dia.)

Part #

MAO-1000-SI

TB-A

TB-B/C

NEMA 143/5TC (0.875” dia.)

NEMA 182/4TC (1.125” dia.)

NEMA 213/5TC (1.375” dia.)

NEMA 213/5TC, High Torque (1.375” dia.)

NEMA 254/6TC, High Torque (1.625” dia.)

IEC 80 (19mm dia.)

IEC 90 (24mm dia.)

IEC 100/112 (28mm dia.)

IEC 132 (38mm dia.)

IEC 132, High Torque (33mm dia.)

NEMA 143/5TC (0.875” dia.)

NEMA 182/4TC (1.125” dia.)

NEMA 213/5TC (1.375” dia.)

NEMA 254/6TC (1.625” dia.)

NEMA 254/6TC (1750 rpm, 4 Pole) (1.625” dia.)

NEMA 284/6TSC(1.625” dia.)

NEMA 324/6TSC(1.875” dia.)

NEMA 364/5TSC, High Torque (1.875” dia.)

NEMA 284/6TC(1.875” dia.)

NEMA 284/6TC, High Torque (1.875” dia.)

NEMA 324TC, High Torque (2.125” dia.)

NEMA 326TC/405 TSC, Ultra High Torque (2.125” dia.)

Long Couple Drive – Single

Long Couple Drive – Double

Long Couple Drive - High Torque

Long Couple Drive – Ultra High Torque

IEC 90S/L (24mm dia.)

IEC 100L/112 (28mm dia.)

IEC 132S/M (38mm dia.)

IEC 132S/M, 7.5 kW @ 1450 rpm (38mm dia.)

IEC 160M, 12.5 kW @ 2900 rpm (42mm dia.)

IEC 160M/L (42mm dia.)

IEC 180M/L (48mm dia.)

IEC 200L (55mm dia.)

IEC 180M/L, High Torque (48mm dia.)

IEC 200L, High Torque (55mm dia.)

IEC 225M, High Torque (55mm dia.)

IEC 225M, Ultra High Torque (55mm dia.)

MAO-1010-SI

MAO-1020-SI

MAO-1030-SI

MAO-1031-SI

MAO-1032-SI

MAO-1005-SI

MAO-1015-SI

MAO-1025-SI

MAO-1035-SI

MAO-1036-SI

MAO-1040-SI

MAO-1050-SI

MAO-1060-SI

MAO-1070-SI

MAO-1080-SI

MAO-1080-SI

MAO-1090-SI

MAO-1100-SI

MAO-1110-SI

MAO-1111-SI

MAO-1120-SI

MAO-1122-SI

MAO-2100-SI

MAO-2110-SI

MAO-2120-SI

MAO-2121-SI

MAO-1055-SI

MAO-1065-SI

MAO-1075-SI

MAO-1076-SI

MAO-1085-SI

MAO-1095-SI

MAO-1105-SI

MAO-1115-SI

MAO-1106-SI

MAO-1116-SI

MAO-1116-SI

MAO-1117-SI

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Section T - Troubleshooting Guide

Problem Symptoms

No suction or discharge pressure.

Pump power usage is very low.

Cause

Pump not primed

Remedy

Re-prime pump and verify that suction pipe is full of liquid.

Check the suction pipe for high points that can trap air.

Suction gauge reads much lower than normal.

Suction pipe clogged

Confirm that any suction valves or control valves are not stuck shut. Inspect suction pipe for blockage.

Confirm that any discharge valves or control valves are not stuck shut. Inspect discharge pipe for blockage.

Suction gauge reads normal.

Pump generates full discharge pressure but no flow.

Liquid is not being pumped

Discharge pressure is only slightly higher than suction pressure.

Discharge pipe clogged

Clogged impeller

Open pump and clear blockage from impeller.

No discharge pressure.

Pump makes a loud buzzing noise.

Increased vibration

De-coupled impeller

Shut off pump. Verify that the motor spins smoothly by hand.

If motor will not spin by hand, open pump for inspection.

If motor spins by hand, confirm that the impeller is sized for operating conditions and liquid specific gravity.

Verify the viscosity of the liquid is not too high.

Impeller or outer magnet may be weakened if overheated.

Pump generates full discharge pressure but no flow.

Pump casing and pipes immediately before and after pump heat up.

Head requirement higher than anticipated / Undersized impeller

Confirm than discharge line is not blocked or valve is not stuck shut. Pump may require a larger impeller to overcome system head.

Locate and seal the air leak.

Suction pressure is negative.

(Gauge pressure)

Discharge pressure is lower than normal.

Air leak in suction line

Discharge pressure is lower than normal.

Flow rate is decreased.

Pump is noisy.

Increased vibration.

Pump not delivering desired head or flow Discharge pressure is lower than normal.

Flow is reduced.

Insufficient NPSH

Backwards rotation

Pump does not reach desired flow rate.

Head requirement higher than anticipated / Undersized impeller

Suction gauge is very low.

Check liquid level in suction tank.

Check suction piping for restrictions, or obstructions.

Verify vapor pressure and temperature of process liquid.

Pump should be located as close to the source as possible.

Verify motor rotation and correct if necessary.

Increase impeller size or motor speed

Strainer device is full / clogged (if equipped).

Clean / empty strainer basket.

Discharge pressure rises then falls.

Pump power usage is very low after pressure drops.

Pump not properly primed

Re-prime pump and verify that suction pipe is full of liquid.

Verify there are no high points in suction pipe that can trap air.

Pump starts, then stops pumping

Discharge pressure rises then falls.

Pump makes a loud buzzing noise.

Increased vibration

Pump operated normally but stops pumping & loses prime.

Pump will not run until priming chamber is re-filled.

De-coupled impeller

Suction pipe volume too large for priming chamber

Confirm that the impeller is sized for operating conditions and liquid specific gravity.

Verify the viscosity of the liquid is not too high.

Impeller assembly or outer magnet may be weakened if overheated.

Calculate volume of the suction pipe. It is recommended that the priming chamber volume should be 3 times the suction pipe volume.

Decrease suction pipe volume.

Move pump closer to source

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Section T - Troubleshooting Guide

Problem

Pump uses excessive power

Symptoms

Burning smell coming from back of pump

Cause

Outer magnet installed improperly

Remedy

Confirm that the groove on the outer drive lines up with the edge of the adapter and is properly tightened.

Decreased flow.

High power consumption.

High vibration.

Noisy operation

Damaged or broken wear rings

Inspect the pump and replace damaged components.

Pump delivers the required flow and head but power consumption is high.

High discharge pressure.

Specific Gravity or viscosity higher than expected.

Pump delivers the required head, operates normally.

Discharge pressure will be lower if head requirement is lower than anticipated.

Flow is higher than expected.

Required head is lower than rated head.

Determine liquid viscosity and specific gravity.

Verify the actual power consumption is correct.

Verify flow with instrumentation or batch cycle time and adjust as needed.

Pump is noisy or vibrates

Pump will produce the rated flow.

Discharge head may be decreased.

Power will be higher.

Clogged thrust balancing passages in impeller

No discharge pressure.

Pump makes a loud buzzing noise.

Increased vibration

De-coupled impeller

Open pump and clean blockage from groves in between the impeller and bushings.

Shut off pump. Verify that the motor spins smoothly by hand. If motor will not spin by hand, open pump for inspection.

If motor spins by hand, confirm that the impeller is sized for operating conditions and liquid specific gravity.

Verify the viscosity of the liquid is not too high.

Impeller or outer magnet may be weakened if overheated.

Flow and head are normal,

Pump or pipes vibrate

Piping or pump not properly anchored

Tighten mounting bolts on pump feet and base plate.

Confirm that the suction and discharge pipes are properly supported per Hydraulic Institute recommendations.

Discharge pressure is lower than normal.

Flow rate is decreased.

Pump is noisy.

Increased vibration.

Insufficient NPSH / pump is cavitating

Check liquid level in suction tank.

Check suction piping for restrictions, or obstructions.

Verify vapor pressure and temperature of process liquid. Pump should be located as close to the source as possible.

Discharge pressure may be lower than normal.

Flow rate may be decreased.

Increased vibration.

Partially clogged impeller is unbalanced

Open pump and clear blockage from impeller.

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Section U - Warranty

1 Year limited Warranty

INNOVATIVE MAG-DRIVE, L.L.C. (Herein INNOMAG) warrants that it will convey good title to all Product Line sold by it to Distributor. INNOMAG further warrants that for 365 days from the date of sale by Distributor to the end user, or the date of first use of the Product Line, whichever is earlier, all Product Line will be free from defects in material and workmanship which are not commercially acceptable.

This warranty extends to both Distributor and the end user. At the time of sale by Distributor to end user, Distributor must complete and return to INNOMAG the IN-

NOMAG Warranty Registration Card, a copy of which will be included with the Product

Line at time of shipment by INNOMAG to Distributor, with the requested information relating to the end user.

This express warranty, as it applies to end user, is expressly conditioned upon

Distributor completing the Warranty Registration Card and returning it to INNOMAG and upon Product Line being used in a manner, and under conditions, for which it is designed. INNOMAG shall advise Distributor of the Product Line’s intended uses, and conditions of use. For any claim made pursuant to this warranty, Product Line must be returned to INNOMAG, freight pre-paid, for proper evaluation

If Product Line is damaged due to Distributor and/or end user neglect, this warranty is void.

INNOMAG SHALL IN NO EVENT BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUEN-

TIAL DAMAGES, HOWEVER CAUSED, SUCH AS LOSS OF USE, LOSS OF ANTICIPATED

PROFIT OR REVENUES, FACILITY DOWN TIME, COST TO REMOVE PUMP FROM SER-

VICE, COST TO REINSTALL PUMP INTO SERVICE OR RESPONSIBILITY FOR TRANS-

PORTATION TO OR FROM OUR PLANT.

NO EXPRESS WARRANTIES AND NO IMPLIED WARRANTIES, WHETHER OF MER-

CHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR OTHERWISE, OTH-

ER THAN THOSE EXPRESSLY SET FORTH HEREIN (WHICH ARE MADE IN LIEU OF

ALL OTHER WARRANTIES), SHALL APPLY TO PRODUCT LINE WITH RESPECT TO

DISTRIBUTOR AND/OR END USER.

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Innovative Mag-Drive

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For more info and to view training videos, visit our website at www.innomag.com

Proudly Made in The USA

Note: Information contained herein is subject to change without notice. Pump curves and illustrations for print reproduction; actual data may very. Always consult your Authorized Dealer or Innovative Mag-Drive for certified data.

INNOMAG™ is a Registered Trade Mark of Innovative Mag-Drive

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