Model 18590-Series SELF-PRIMING MACERATOR PUMP WITH RUN-DRY PROTECTION

Model 18590-Series SELF-PRIMING MACERATOR PUMP WITH RUN-DRY PROTECTION
Model 18590-Series
Model 18590-Series
SELF-PRIMING
MACERATOR PUMP
WITH RUN-DRY PROTECTION
FEATURES
Pump:
Impeller:
Self-Priming Flexible Impeller with
Stainless Steel Wearplate
Jabsco Nitrile compound
NEW
Macerator: Stainless Steel Cutter reduces particle
size to 1/8" (3mm) maximum. New 4
blade design.
Seal:
Ports:
NEW
Motor:
Weight:
Lip Type
Inlet - 1-1/2" (38mm) Hose Barb
and 1-1/2" N.P.T. (Male)
Outlet - 1" (25mm) Hose Barb
Permanent Magnet Type, Fully
Enclosed, with Stainless Steel Shaft
Includes Run-Dry Protection Device
that shuts-off pump. Powder coated
housing with sealed end-bells and bearings.
Complies with USCG Regulation
183.410 and ISO 8846 MARINE for
Ignition Protection.
5 lb (2.3 kg) Approx.
SPECIFICATION
Priming -
5ft When Wet
4ft When Dry
HEAD CAPACITY AND FLOW RATES
Head Ft Meters
†
GPM
Liters
AMPS
12 Volt 24 Volt
0
0
12.5
47
14.0
7.6
5
1.5
11.5
44
14.5
7.8
10
3
10.5
40
15.0
8.1
15
4.5
9.0
34
16.0
8.6
20
6
7.5
28
16.5
8.9
Flow rates and amperage will vary slightly depending on
pump loading (sanitation system design).
VARIATIONS AVAILABLE
MODEL NO.
18590-2092
18590-2094
DESCRIPTION
12 Volt EMC
24 Volt EMC
Grinding Capabilities - capable of grinding waste down
to a particle size of 1/8" (3mm) max.
Capable of passing waste,
toilet
tissue,offacial
tissue,
Capable
passing
waste,
cigarettes,
cigars,
chunks
of
toilet tissue, fish scales or
softbait
fruitresidue.
or vegetables
less
Not designed
thanto1"
size,
fishkitchen
scales, or
pass
rags,
baittowels,
residue.
Not
designed
to
tampons, wet
pass
fruit
pips,
rags,
wet
wipes or sanitary napkins.
strength kitchen towels,
tampons or sanitary napkins.
APPLICATIONS
APPLICATIONS
WASTE EVACUATION
EVACUATION
WASTE
The Jabsco 18590 series DC macerator pump unit is the
ideal solution for emptying marine holding tanks when
not in a discharge restricted area. Self priming to 5ft this
pump will empty a typical 30 gallon (115 Liter) holding
tank in less than 3 minutes. Duty cycle of the pump is 15
minutes continuous which means a 180 gallon (680 liter)
can be emptied in a single operation
It is recommended that holding tanks be flushed with
several gallons of water after each pump out. This will
reduce the possibility of a continued build up of sediment
in the tank which could cause a potential blockage.
FISH BOX
BOX AND LIVEWELL TANK EVACUATION
The Jabsco Macerator Pump is the ideal pump for the
emptying of Fish box and livewell receptacles. Very often
the livewell tank will be above the waterline of the boat,
when this is the case gravity can be used to empty the
livewell tank. If not installed in this format then it is beneficial to use the Jabsco macerator pump for evacuation
due to its self-priming capabilities and also it's grinding
properties.
Fish boxes are typically mounted into the floor of the
vessel and are very often below the waterline or only
partially above the waterline. Again the Jabsco
Macerator pump has the characteristics that lend
themselves to this application. The bait residue
particles of ice, fish scales and anything else that
could potentially be found in the Fish-Box will be easily
passed buy the Jabsco Macerator Pump, and the self
priming capabilities are perfect for fish box installations
common to many of today's sports fishing boats.
GENERAL INSTALLATION SUGGESTIONS
The pump can be mounted in any orientation without
loss of performance. It is however recommended that if
the pump is mounted vertically then the pump head be
mounted below the motor (pump head facing downwards)
Use the rubber grommets provided to absorb vibration
The Macerator pump can be screwed directly into a
1-1/2" (38mm) NPT tank flange or female pipe fitting.
If attaching the inlet port to a pipe fitting it may require
removal of the hose barbed port, this can be done using
a hacksaw. Wrap port threads with a couple of wraps of
Teflon tape and screw the pump assembly into the pipe
fitting. Tighten hand tight, do not over tighten.
Please Note: An air leak anywhere in the suction side of
the plumbing system can cause extended dry
running. All suction connections must be air tight and
free of sharp bends or restrictions. If a deck fitting is
installed for dockside pump-out and connected to the
suction hose of the macerator by means of a tee fitting
(without a Y-Valve), it too must be air tight to ensure
proper priming.
Use minimum 1" (19mm) ID hose for discharge and connect to thru-hull fitting located approximately 4-6 inches
above waterline.
NOTICE: The discharge thru-hull may be positioned
below the waterline only if the discharge hose has a
vented loop fitting installed at least 8" above the waterline at all angles of heel or trim. Consult with a qualified
marine plumber.
INSTALLATION FOR WASTE APPLICATIONS
Although the Jabsco Macerator pump can be installed at
any convenient point in the waste discharge system, it is
recommended that it be installed as close to the holding
tank as possible, this will increase the performance of
the pump. It is also recommended that the switch used
to control the macerator be mounted close enough to the
pump that it can be heard whilst in operation, this will
allow the operator to hear a change in pump noise when
the unit has finished pumping the tank dry. The pump
then should be turned off; this will further increase the
life of the pump.
INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION FOR
FOR FISH
FISH BOX
BOXAND
AND LIVEWELL
LIVEWELL
APPLICATIONS
APPLICATIONS
As with the waste application the Jabsco Macerator
Pump can be installed at any convenient point between
the fishbox/livewell receptacle and the discharge port. It
is recommended that it be installed as close to the tank
as possible, this will increase the performance of the
pump. It is also recommended that the switch used to
control the macerator be mounted close enough to the
pump that it can be heard whilst in operation, this will
allow the operator to hear a change in pump noise when
the unit has finished pumping the tank dry. The pump
then should be turned off; this will further increase the
life of the pump.
ELECTRICAL
ELECTRICAL
Wire the unit in an Independent Circuit
Consult the wiring table for fuse and wire size
Consult the wiring diagram for connections
WIRING TABLE
WIRING TABLE
AMP
FUSE
WIRE SIZE PER FEET OF RUN*
VOLTAGE
DRAW
SIZE
0 ’-1 0 ’ 1 0 ’-1 5 ’ 1 5 ’-2 5 ’ 2 5 ’-4 0 ’ 4 0 ’-6 0 ’
12 Vdc
16
20
# 16(1.5) # 14(2.5) # 14(2.5) # 12(4) # 6(16)
24 Vdc
8
15
# 18(1) # 16(1.5) # 16(1.5) # 14(2.5)# 10(6)
* Length of run is total length of the circuit from the power source to product and back to ground. Wire sizes listed are SAE guage and metric millimeters.
Wirin g Dia g ra m
Fu s e
Ba t t e ry
Ma s t e r Sw it ch
Ma ce ra t o r
Pu m p
11
EXPLODED VIEW
EXPLODED VIEW
3
2
3
1b
4
5
7
6
5
4
5
1a
9
8
6
5
7
8
9
10
10
1b
11
2
12
1a
12
PARTS
Key
Key Describtion
Description
Qty.Qty.
1a Bolt Short 2
1a Bolt
BoltLong
Short
1b
22
1b
Bolt
Long
2
Macerator Housing 1 2
2
Macerator
Housing
3
Chopper Plate with Locknut 1 1
3
Chopper Plate
4
Wearplate,
Largewith
Locknut1 1
4
Wearplate,
Large
5
Gaskets (2 each per kit)* 1 1
5
Gaskets
(2
each
per
kit)*
6
Impeller* 11
6
Impeller*
7
Wearplate, Small 11
7
Wearplate,
Small
8
Body* 11
8
Body*
9
Seal* 11
9
Seal*
10 Slinger 11
10
Slinger
11 Motor 12 Volt 11
11 Motor
Motor24
12Volt
Volt
11
Motor
24
Volt
12 Grommets (Set of 4) 1 1
12 Service
Grommets
(Set
of
4)
Kit 11
Service
Kit
Bolt Kit 1 1
Bolt Kit
1
Part
Part
No.
Number
See bolt kit
See bolt
boltkitkit
See
See
bolt
kit
18594-1000
18594-1000
37056-2000
37056-2000
18597-1000
18597-1000
18596-1000
18596-1000
6303-0003
6303-0003
12316-1002
12316-1002
18593-1000
18593-1000
1040-0000
1040-0000
6342-0000
6342-0000
17246-1012
17246-1012
17246-1024
17246-1024
92900-0120
92900-0120
18598-1000
18598-1000
17288-1000
17288-1000
*These parts are supplied in 18598-1000 Service Kit.
Tools required for Macerator Service
DISASSEMBLY
• 5/16 wrench or nut driver
Before performing
any service, disconnect the electrical
•Notice:
7/16 wrench
or nut driver
to thestrength
macerator
and take
precaution
to ensure that it is not
•power
Medium
Loctite
( Blue
)
service
is complete.
•restored
Sharp until
blade
to remove
old gasket material
•Remove
Markerthe
to four
make
an nuts
alignment
acorn
(Key 1)mark
and fiber washers (Key 2) from
the pump studs (Key 3). Slide the macerator housing (Key 4) off the
studs. Insert a thin bladed 9/32" (7mm) ignition wrench behind the
Macerator
Servicing
(Key 5) and onto the flat of the motor shaft to prevent
chopper plate
1.
Use
marker
to make(counter-clockwise)
an alignment mark
the macerator
it from turning. Unscrew
theon
locknut
on the end
housing
(key
2)
the
large
wear
plate
(key
4),
the body
of the motor shaft and remove the stainless steel chopper
blade. ††
(key
8)
and
the
motor
(key
11).
On new model macerators the shaft can be prevented from turning
2.
(key 1a
1b)
from
themotor
macerator
housing
byRemove
inserting 4
a bolts
screwdriver
in &the
slot
of the
shaft extending
(key
2),
using
a
5/16
wrench.
from the motor’s rear end bell. Remove the pump wearplate
3.
Remove
housing
from
thethe
body.
(Key
6) andthe
twomacerator
paper gaskets
(Key(key
7). 2)
Now
slide
pump
4.
Remove
the
nut
and
chopper
plate
(key
3)
using
7/16
two
body (Key 10) with impeller (Key 8), small wearplate (Keya 9),
wrench
from
the
motor
shaft.
The
shaft
can
be
prevented
studs and shaft seal as an assembly off the motor shaft and
from turning
by inserting
remaining
two mounting
studs.a flat blade screw driver into slot
at the opposite end of the motor. (rubber cap may need to be removed.)
Remove the starlock retaining washer on the seal and push the
seal
out of the the
seal2bore.
5. Remove
paper gaskets (key 5) and the large wear
plate (key 4) from between the macerator housing (key Notice:
If reconditioning pump with a service kit (Part No. 185982) and the body (key 8). Clean off old gasket material 1000),
it is not necessary to remove the seal because the new seal
from the large wear plate (key 4) using a sharp blade
is pre-installed
in the new body. It is also generally not necessary
and save the wear plate.
to remove the slinger or brass studs screwed into the motor end
6. Remove the body (key 8) from the motor (key 11).
bell.
7. Discard the body (key 8), the impeller (key 6) and the ASSEMBLY
small wear plate (key 7).
Removeathe
slinger
10)it from
the motor
shaftofand
seal bore
the
If8.installing
new
seal,(key
push
into the
save.
body with the lip pointing toward the impeller bore. Press
the starlock washer into the seal bore with the concave
Note:
reconditioning
a service
kit,
side
upIf to
secure the macerator
seal in thepump
bore.with
Install
the two
(Part
No.18598-1000),
it
is
not
necessary
to
remove
the
shorter studs in the two holes with threaded inserts in the
slinger
whenbody
servicing
pump.finger tight. If required,
new
pump
and the
tighten
screw two longer studs into the tapped holes in the
Macerator
Assembly
motor
end bell.
Slide the new pump body with the shaft
1.
Install
the
slinger
10)shaft
onto and
the motor
shaft.
seal installed onto
the(key
motor
two long
mounting
2.
Install
the
body
(key
8)
onto
shaft
with
the
discharge
in studs in the motor. Slide the small wearplate
over the
the
desired
direction.
motor shaft and position it in the bottom of the impeller
3. Install
small
plate (key
intomotor
the body
(key
8).
bore.
Slidethethe
newwear
impeller
onto7)the
shaft
and,
4.
Install
a
new
impeller
(key
6)
into
the
body
(key
8)
by
with a counter-clockwise motion, push it into the pump
flexing
the
blades
to
either
side.
The
blades
will
correctly
impeller bore. Position one new gasket on the studs and
orientate
themselves
when the the
pump
is turned
on. with
against
the pump
body assuring
cut-out
aligns
5.
Install
first
gasket
(key
5),
the
large
wear
plate
(key
4) the inlet groove in the body. Reposition the large
followed
by
the
second
gasket
(key
5).
Align
the
gaskets
wearplate and second gasket on the studs and against
theagain,
wear plate
withthe
the hole
cut-out
body.
the and
body;
aligning
in on
thethe
wearplate
and
6.
Align
the
chopper
plate
(key
3)
with
the
drive
and the
gasket cut-out with the pump inlet. Position thetab
chopper
flat end
section
on the
motor
shaft.
on the
of the
motor
shaft
with drive tab aligned with
7.
Install
the
nut
(key
3)
onto
thethe
motor
shaft.
Hold
flat of shaft and pointing toward
motor.
Hold
thethe
shaft
shaft
with
a
flat
blade
screw
driver,
on
the
opposite
to prevent it from turning and secure the chopper to the
side
ofthe
the locknut.
motor, toPosition
prevent the
the macerator
shaft from turning
when
shaft
with
housing
on
tightening
the
nut.
Torque
the
nut
to
18-20
in/lbs.
using
the four studs ensuring the cut-out in the inner wall a 7/16
aligns
withwrench.
pump body inlet port and hole in the
8.
Install
macerator
housing
2) over
chopper
wearplate.the
Position
a new
fiber (key
washer
on the
each
of the
plate
(key
3).
Add
Loctite
to
all
of
the
bolts
and
line
up studs and secure the macerator housing in place with
the
holes
for
the
macerator
housing
(key
2),
gaskets
(key
the four acorn nuts.
5), large wear plate (key 4), and the body (key 8) to the On pumps manufactured prior to April of 1998, position a
motor (key 11).
screwdriver between the prongs of the chopper and unscrew it
9. Be sure to align all of the alignments marks made using
(counter-clockwise) to remove it and its lock washer from the
the shaft.
marker during disassembly.
motor
††
10.Tighten all 4 bolts on the macerator housing using a 5/16 wrench. Torque all bolts to 16-18 in/lbs.
AL¼ - 200 Self Priming Flexible Impeller Pump
12/07
AL¼ - 200 Series
Service kits
• 18598-1000 includes 2 gaskets, Impeller, Body with seal in stalled and the small wear plate.
• 17288-1000 Includes 4 stainless Steel bolts.
Macerator Pump Stud Change
Key
Description
A
Impeller bound-up - Insert screwdriver in slot of shaft at
motor’s rear end bell and rotate clockwise.
PUMP RUNS BUT DOES NOT PUMP:
Parts List
There are 2Impeller
different
Kitlengths of bolts.
PUMP DOES NOT START:
No electrical power to pump or low voltage - With a
voltage tester, check power to pump. The pump must have
full voltage checked while pump is running. If it hasn’t
started, see wire size recommendations and check for poor
or corroded electrical connections.
Tools needed for stud change to bolts
• 3/8 wrench
• 5/16 wrench or nut driver
• Needle nose vice grips
• Medium
strengthinLoctite
(Blue)
Dimensions
mm (inches)
• Sharp blade to remove the old gasket material
• Marker to make an alignment mark
Process to change the studs to bolts
TROUBLESHOOTING
Part Number
(Contains Impeller (X),
Ensure you
match
up the old studs to the correct length
O-Ring
(X))
Endare
Cover
Kit
bolts. 2 bolts
3 inches
long and the other 2 bolts are
B
(Contains
3 ¾ inches
long. End Cover (X),
Screws (X), O-Ring (X))
Shaft
Kitat a time to ensure no movement of the
Remove one
stud
(Contains Shaft (X),
housing and gaskets.
C
Bearings (X), Retaining
Rings (X & X), Dust Shield
1. Use marker
to make an alignment mark on the macerator
(X))
housing,Service
the body
Kit and the motor.
2. Remove(Contains
acorn nut
and fiber
Impeller
(X), washer from studs using a 3/8 Dwrench
(these
may be discarded).
O-Ring
(X),parts
Mechanical
End
Cover body and motor using vice 3. Remove Seal
stud(X),
from
housing,
grips. Screws (X))
SealtoKit
4. Add Loctite
the new bolt and install into housing, body
(Contains Mechanical Seal
and Emotor.
(X), O-Ring (X), Support
5. Repeat the
same
process for all 4 bolts.
Washer
(X))
6. Tighten all 4 bolts using a 5/16 wrench to 16-18 lb-in.
7. Check for leaks.
Lack
of priming - Check all plumbing connections to
Performance
ensure they are airtight. If a waste deck plate is connected
to pump suction hose by a “Tee” fitting, the deck plate must
also be airtight.
Worn impeller* - Replace flexible impeller.
*A worn impeller may be a likely cause if the Run-Dry
Protection Device has often been allowed to shut-off the
pump.
After long periods of nonuse, the flexible impeller may stick
to the pump body preventing the macerator pump from
turning freely. If this occurs, the impeller can be broken free
by removing the rubber cap on the shaft at the rear end of
the motor, inserting a screwdriver in the slot and rotating
the shaft clockwise a quarter turn or more. When impeller
is broken free, reinstall the plastic cap on the motor shaft.
Note : Performance shown is for a new pump, pumping water at
20ºC, performance may vary by up to 15%. Consult
factory for performance of alternative impeller compounds.
www.xyleminc.com
UK
Xylem
Bingley Road, Hoddesdon
Hertfordshire EN11 0BU
Tel: +44 (0) 1992 450145
Fax: +44 (0) 1992 467132
USA
Xylem
100 Cummings Center Drive
Suite 535-N, Beverly, MA 01915
Tel: +1 978 281-0440
Fax: +1 978 283-2619
ITALY
Xylem
Via Tommaseo, 6
20059 Vimercate, Milano
Tel: +39 039 685 2323
Fax: +39 039 666 307
GERMANY
Xylem
Oststrasse 28
22844 Norderstedt
Tel: +49-40-53 53 73-0
Fax: +49-40-53 53 73-11
JAPAN
Xylem
3-21-10, Shin-Yokohama
Kohoku-Ku, Yokohama, 222-0033
Tel: +81-045-475-8906
Fax: +81-045-477-1162
Warranty: All products of the company are sold and all services of the company are offered subject to the company’s warranty and terms and conditions of sale, copies of which will be furnished upon request.
The information provided herein is for guidance only, it does not constitute a guarantee of the performance or specification of any individual product or component.
Warranty:
All 2003
products
of the company are sold, and all services of the company are offered subject to the company’s warranty and terms of sale, copies of
which will
43000-0789
©Copyright
ITT Industries
be furnished upon request. Details correct at time of printing. We reserve the right to change specifications without prior notice.
950-0141
Rev:Rev:
D B
© Copyright 2013 Xylem Inc. Jabsco is a trademark of Xylem Inc. or one of its subsidiaries.
43000 - 0789
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertising