Goulds JS PLUS Series - Installation and Operation Manual

Goulds JS PLUS Series - Installation and Operation Manual
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Goulds Pumps
Jet Pumps
Installation, Operation and Troubleshooting Manual
Goulds Pumps is a brand of ITT Corporation.
www.goulds.com
Engineered for life
Residential Water
Table of Contents
SUBJECT
PAGE
Selecting the Correct Jet Pump System......................................................................................................................... 3
Preparing for Installation.............................................................................................................................................. 4
General Information - Piping........................................................................................................................................ 4
Shallow Well Installation.............................................................................................................................................. 4
Deep Well Twin Pipe.................................................................................................................................................... 5
Deep Well Packer System.............................................................................................................................................. 5
Deep Well Discharge Piping.......................................................................................................................................... 5
All Systems................................................................................................................................................................... 6
Booster Systems............................................................................................................................................................ 7
Seasonal Service........................................................................................................................................................... 7
Recommended Deep Well Jet Assemblies and Control Valve Settings.........................................................................8-9
Shallow Well Jet Assemblies For Convertible Pumps..................................................................................................... 9
Technical Data.......................................................................................................................................................10-11
Troubleshooting......................................................................................................................................................... 12
Goulds Pumps Limited Warranty................................................................................................................................ 12
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
TO AVOID SERIOUS OR FATAL PERSONAL INJURY
OR MAJOR PROPERTY DAMAGE, READ AND FOLLOW ALL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS IN MANUAL
AND ON PUMP.
THIS MANUAL IS INTENDED TO ASSIST IN THE INSTALLATION AND OPERATION OF THIS UNIT AND
MUST BE KEPT WITH THE PUMP.
This is a SAFETY ALERT SYMBOL.
When you see this symbol on the pump
or in the manual, look for one of the following signal words and be alert to
the potential for personal injury or
property damage.
DANGER Warns of hazards that WILL cause
serious personal injury, death or major
property damage.
WARNING Warns of hazards that CAN cause
serious personal injury, death or major
property damage.
CAUTION Warns of hazards that CAN cause personal injury or property damage.
NOTICE:INDICATES SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
WHICH ARE VERY IMPORTANT AND MUST BE
FOLLOWED.
THOROUGHLY REVIEW ALL INSTRUCTIONS
AND WARNINGS PRIOR TO PERFORMING ANY
WORK ON THIS PUMP.
MAINTAIN ALL SAFETY DECALS.
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Important notice: Read safety instructions before
proceeding with any wiring
WARNING All electrical work must be performed
by a qualified technician. Always follow
the National Electrical Code (NEC), or the Canadian
Electrical Code, as well as all local, state and provincial
codes. Code questions should be directed to your local
electrical inspector. Failure to follow electrical codes
and OSHA safety standards may result in personal injury or equipment damage. Failure to follow manufacturer’s installation instructions may result in electrical
shock, fire hazard, personal injury or death, damaged
equipment, provide unsatisfactory performance, and
may void manufacturer’s warranty.
WARNING Standard units are not designed for use
in hazardous liquids, or where flammable
gases exist. Well must be vented per local codes. See
specific pump catalog bulletins or pump nameplate for
all agency Listings.
WARNING Disconnect and lockout electrical power
before installing or servicing any electrical equipment. Many pumps are equipped with automatic thermal overload protection which may allow an
overheated pump to restart unexpectedly.
WARNING Never over pressurize the tank, piping
or system to a pressure higher than the
tank's maximum pressure rating. This will damage
the tank, voids the warranty and may create a serious
hazard.
WARNING Protect tanks from excessive moisture
and spray as it will cause the tank to rust
and may create a hazard. See tank warning labels and
IOM for more information.
SELECTING THE CORRECT
JET PUMP SYSTEM
It is important to determine which jet pump system
you need. A jet pump is a centrifugal pump with a jet
(ejector) assembly. Goulds Pumps sells three types of jet
pumps:
Shallow Well Jet Pumps with built-in jet assemblies for
maximum lift of 25'. See Fig. 1
Convertible Jet Pumps can be used for Shallow wells (to
25'), with a bolt on shallow well adapter; or deep well
(over 25') applications with a jet assembly in the well.
See Fig. 1, 2 and 3.
Deep Well Jets should only be used on deep well (over
25') applications with the appropriate jet assembly.
See Fig. 2 and 3
Use a shallow well pump or a convertible pump with a
Shallow Well Adapter for wells with a maximum suction lift of 25'. This 25' includes actual vertical lift plus
friction loss in the suction piping. Shallow well systems
are identified by one (1) pipe going to the well, lake or
river. They are good for city water booster systems and
pumping from cisterns or tanks. See Typical Installations,
Figs. 1, 5 and 6.
Deep well jet pumps are used for lifts greater than 25'
and must have two pipes going to the well. There are two
types of deep well jet assemblies, twin-pipe and packer
systems. Deep well pumps come in both vertical and
horizontal designs and in single and multi-stage models.
See Typical Installation Drawing, Fig. 2 and 3.
Consult with your Professional Dealer or Distributor to
select the best pump system for your application.
• Liquid temperature must not exceed 140° F (60°C).
• Protect unit from freezing
Typical Goulds Pumps Jet Pump Installations
SHALLOW WELL
SYSTEM
Shallow Well Only
J5S - J15S, JRS5 - JRS10
Convertible with
Shallow Well Adapter
J5 - J15, JRD5 - JRD10
J5 with FH5H, J5 or JRD5
with FH5, J7 or JRD7 with FH7,
J10 or JRD10 with FH10,
J15 with FH15
Requires:
• Pump
• Tank
➀• Shallow Well Adapter (FH--)
(J+ and JRD only)
➀
JS and JRS have built-in
jet assembly (shallow well
adapter).
Fig. 1
TWIN PIPE
DEEP WELL SYSTEM
PACKER
DEEP WELL SYSTEM
Vertical
Vertical
SJ or VJ
SJ or VJ
Horizontal
Horizontal
J, JRD, HSJ
J, JRD, HSJ
Requires:
•Pump
•Tank
•Twin Pipe
Jet Assembly
•Pressure
Control Valve
(order separately for
horizontal models,
supplied with vertical
pumps).
Fig. 2
Requires:
• Pump
• Tank
• Packer Adapter
(for well head)
• Packer Jet Assembly
• Pressure
Control Valve
(order separately for
horizontal models,
supplied with vertical
pumps).
Fig. 3
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PREPARING FOR INSTALLATION
Inspect the pump and the motor assembly for shipping
damage.
Insure that you have all of the parts required for a proper
installation. See component lists for different system
types. There are shallow well, convertible shallow well,
convertible deep well – twin pipe, convertible deep
well-packer, vertical deep well-twin pipe, vertical deep
well-packer, and booster systems. See Typical Installation
Drawings and Chart 1.
Check power supply voltage and select motor voltage.
Goulds ½ hp Jet pumps are factory pre-wired for 115
volts while ¾ hp and larger are pre-wired for 230 volts.
Motors from ½ hp to 1½ hp can operate on either 115
or 230 volts. The 2 hp motors operate only on 230 volts.
See Fig. 7.
Select a site where the pump and tank will not freeze.
The pump must be within 4' of the tank to prevent
switch chatter. There should be no filters or valves, other
than a wide open gate valve, between the pump and tank.
Fluid temperature must not exceed 140° F (60°C).
General Information - PIPING
piping
Always follow state and local plumbing codes. Goulds
Pumps does not sell or specify pipe types or materials,
consult with your pipe supplier to determine the best
pipe for your installation. Pipes can be threaded, glued,
soldered, or clamped to available fittings and adapters. If
using poly pipe with barbed connectors we suggest you
double clamp all fittings to prevent air leaks. It is very
important to eliminate high spots and dips in suction
piping as they will trap air and make the system very
hard to prime. Never route the piping up above and then
down to the pump suction. Suction piping should be
either straight from the well to the pump or should slope
upward to the pump. Pumps do not “hold” prime, piping
systems and check valves do. Go to the specific section
for your system type.
SHALLOW WELL INSTALLATION - start here
Suction Piping
WARNING The suction pipe should be at least as large as
the pump suction, typically 1¼". Use of smaller
pipe increases friction loss and increases effective suction lift. This will reduce flow and pressure. On offsets over 50' we recommend using
pipe larger than the pump suction. This will
reduce friction loss and improve performance.
Hazardous pressure can
cause personal injury or
property damage.
Install a foot valve on the end of your drop pipe if the
well is 2" or larger. Lower the drop pipe with foot valve
into the well. It is best to keep it at least 5' off the bottom
of a clean well. If you set it lower you increase the chance of pulling debris into the screen or into the pump.
On sand points or driven wells you can install an in-line
check valve near the well head or at the pump and use
the well casing as the suction pipe. The closer the check
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valve is to the well the easier the system will prime.
To prevent over pumping a low yield well you can
throttle a jet pump using a ball valve in the suction line.
You should install a compound pressure/vacuum gauge
between the well and the valve. Do not throttle to more
than 22" Hg (25' lift).
In areas where freezing occurs make the transition from
vertical to horizontal below the frost line using a pitless
adapter, consult with your plumbing supplier for pitless
adapter information. In some areas they use a well seal
and a 90° elbow.
We recommend not using filters on the suction side of a
jet pump. Dirty filters increase the effective suction lift
on the pump and can starve the pump of water. This
will damage the impeller and diffuser which will affect
performance.
Install Shallow Well Adapter On Convertible Pump
Unpack the Goulds Pumps “Shallow Well Adapter”.
Insure that the nozzle is installed in the adapter. Screw
the venturi (long black tube) into the adapter. Install
the gasket and bolt the adapter to the front of the pump
using the four bolts provided. Tighten the bolts evenly to
insure proper sealing and alignment of the venturi to the
impeller. Do not over tighten the bolts. See Chart 2.
Shallow Well Pump – jet is built-in, proceed to next step.
WARNING
Attach Suction Piping To Pump
Install a barbed adapter into the 1¼" pump
suction if using poly pipe and double clamp the
fitting.
OR
Thread a pipe nipple and union into the suction port to
make a threaded pipe connection. Make sure the union is
clean and well seated. Any air leak will ruin performance
and the pump will not make pressure!
Hazardous pressure can
cause personal injury or
property damage.
Discharge Piping
Install a tee or cross tee in the pump discharge. (They
are not supplied with the pump!) Install a pipe plug or a
pressure gauge into a reducer bushing in the top port of
the tee. This will be used as the priming port.
Cross Tee - the discharge line to the home attaches to
one port and the tank attaches to the other. This is called
an Off-Line Tank installation.
Tee - you can use one line to supply the house with the
tank tee installed off the line. This is called an On-Line
Tank Installation and is most common.
Note: Goulds Pumps HydroPro Water System tanks are
shipped with a tank installation guide. Please refer to it
for more detailed tank instructions.
Do not place valves or filters between the pump and
tank, other than a fully open gate valve or “full port” ball
valve. The most common ball valves are not full port!
Most valves and filters will create excessive friction loss
and cause “switch chatter”. Switch chatter is a rapid OnOff cycling of not only the pressure switch but also the
motor. It will burn the points in the switch, the motor
points, and cause motor damage if not corrected. If for
any reason you must have fittings or filters between the
pump and tank and they cause switch chatter you should
move the pressure switch to the tank cross tee. Go To
“Install HydroPro Water Systems Tank” to Complete
Shallow Well Installation.
DEEP WELL TWIN PIPE – start here
Twin Pipe Suction Piping
A twin pipe jet assembly is used in wells 4" and larger.
Our 4" jet assemblies require a minimum 1¼" suction and
1" drive water pipe; 5" jets require a minimum 1½" suction and 1¼" drive water pipe. Use of smaller piping will
reduce performance in gpm and pressure. Offsets over
50' require larger pipes to reduce friction loss and to obtain published performance.
Install Twin Pipe Jet Assembly
WARNING Check to make sure the nozzle is installed in
the jet assembly. Install the venturi tube in line
with the nozzle. On 4" jets attach the 1¼" suction and 1" pressure pipe to the jet assembly
female threads. On 5" jets the pipes should be
1½" and 1¼". Install a foot valve on the male
thread bottom port on the jet assembly or on
the end of a 34' tail pipe. The tail pipe prevents over
pumping a low yield well so the pump will not break
suction. See Tail Pipe in Technical Section.
Hazardous pressure can
cause personal injury or
property damage.
Lower the jet assembly into the well. It should be set at
least 5' below the static water level. Keep the jet a few
feet off the well bottom to lessen the possibility of sucking debris into the jet. The connections at the well head
can be either a pitless adapter or a well seal. Priming will
be easier if you fill the pipes with water before attaching
the pump.
Connect the suction and pressure pipes to the threaded
connections on the face of the pump. This can be done
using unions and threaded pipe nipples, or barbed connectors with poly pipe. Always double clamp barbed
connectors. Make sure that the piping slopes upward to
the pump and that no point is above the pump suction.
On long offsets it is easier to prime the system if you fill
the pipes with water before connecting the pipes to the
pump. Go to Deep Well Discharge Piping.
DEEP WELL PACKER SYSTEM – start here
Packer Suction Piping
WARNING Packers use the area between the well casing
and the suction pipe as the drive water (pressure) pipe. The 2" or 3" well casing must be
smooth and clean to insure a good seal with the
packer leathers or the system will leak and not
hold prime. The 2" packer requires 1¼" threaded suction pipe and the 3" requires 1½". On
2" packers only: Use the Goulds Pumps turned couplings
part #64655 to connect the sections of 1¼" threaded
pipe. This special diameter turned coupling increases the
clearance between the 2" well I.D. and the O.D. of the
coupling to allow the drive (pressure) water to easily pass
the couplings. Failure to use them will have a negative
impact on pump performance, both pressure and gpm
will decrease. The pump may easily lose prime while
pumping due to the restriction!
Hazardous pressure can
cause personal injury or
property damage.
Using smaller than recommended pipe may reduce gpm
output. The longer the pipe the worse the affect.
Install Packer Assembly
To ease installation soak the 2" or 3" packer assembly in
warm water to make the leathers soft and pliable. Do
Not lubricate them with grease, oil, or petroleum jelly!
The leathers must absorb water to seal the packer assembly against the well casing.
Check to make sure the nozzle is installed in the jet
assembly. Install the venturi tube in line with the nozzle.
Install a strainer (not supplied with packer assembly) on
the bottom port of the packer assembly or on the end of
a 34' tail pipe. The tail pipe prevents over pumping a low
yield well so the pump will not break suction. Attach the
packer assembly to the suction pipes using the Goulds
Pumps’ turned couplings to connect the sections. Insert
the packer assembly into the well casing and push it
down. Attach the other pipe sections as you lower the jet
into the well. See Tail Pipe in Technical Section.
Attach Suction Pipe To Packer Adapter
Packer systems always require a Packer Adapter at the
well head. The adapter makes the transition from vertical
to horizontal for horizontal pumps, and it connects vertical pump casings to the well casing and suction pipe. See
the list of Packer Adapters/Pump Models to see which
one your pump system requires. See Chart 1 for a list of
Packer Adapters/Pump Models.
After the jet assembly is inserted into the well, attach
the Packer Adapter to the top of the suction pipe. Screw
the top section of 1¼" male threaded suction pipe or a
threaded adapter into the 1¼" NPT female threaded hole
in the 2" packer adapter or a 1½" suction pipe into the 3"
packer adapter.
Make sure that the O.D. of the well casing is free of dirt
and burrs. With the gland bolts loosened the tapered seal
ring on the packer adapter should slide over the well
casing. After insuring that it is in place tighten the two
gland nuts to compress the seal ring and seal it to the
well casing O.D.
Install the pump by attaching it to the Packer Adapter
using the bolts and gaskets provided. Vertical models use
studs and nuts for ease of assembly.
DEEP WELL DISCHARGE PIPING
All deep well jet pumps require back pressure to operate the jet assembly. To insure we
have the required back pressure or drive water
pressure we must use a pressure control valve
or some type of flow restrictor in the discharge
line. The valve must be located between the
pump and the first discharge port. It is best to locate it as
close to the pump as possible. Failure to install and adjust
a pressure control valve will result in loss of prime during
peak usage such as filling a washing machine, bathtub or
using outside hose bibs.
WARNING
Hazardous pressure can
cause personal injury or
property damage.
All ½ hp pumps can use a simple gas cock or full port ball
valve, such as our AV15.
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All other horizontal deep well jet pumps, ¾ hp and
larger, should use an AV22KIT, or an AV22 and a JDW
tubing kit. The AV22 has a tapping to which you connect
the new, longer pressure switch tubing. This allows the
pressure switch to read the pressure on the outboard
side of the valve rather than in the pump casing. Remove
the straight or elbow compression fitting from the pump
casing. Use the pipe plug in the JDW or AV22KIT to plug
the hole in the pump casing. Remove the fitting from
the pressure switch. Cut the old tubing in half and slide
the compression fittings off the old tubing. Note that the
fitting will only slide in one direction. You can now reuse
the elbow compression fitting with the new tubing at the
pressure switch. Screw the new straight connector into
the AV22 and attach the tubing from the switch to the
AV22.
Vertical deep well pumps come with a built-in AV21 and
only need to be adjusted.
After the pump is primed and flowing water at a steady
pressure you should open a few faucets and adjust the
pressure control valve to the pressure listed in the chart.
To increase pressure close the valve, AV15 or AV22, or
turn the AV21 screw clockwise. See Chart 1.
AV15
AV21
ALL SYSTEMS
Fig. 4
AV22
Install HydroPro Water Systems Tank
WARNING While the tank is empty check the pre-charge
air pressure with a tire pressure gauge. The
tank pre-charge should be set 2 psi lower
than the pump cut-in (turn on) pressure. On
Goulds Pumps HydroPro Water Systems tanks
the valve cap is the primary seal so be sure to
re-install the cap after checking air pressure.
Avoid frequent air checking as you lose 1 – 2 psi every
time you check. Goulds Pumps jet pumps are all supplied
with 30 – 50 psi standard pressure switch settings.
Hazardous pressure can
cause personal injury or
property damage.
Locate the tank on a firm, level surface.
A pressure relief valve is recommended for all systems,
and mandatory for systems producing over 100 psi. It
should be rated less than 100 psi but greater than the
system pressure near the tank.
Make the piping connection between the pump discharge
and the tank. Complete the piping by connecting to the
house plumbing.
Note: Goulds Pumps only sells the HydroPro Water System tanks. They are all shipped with a tank installation
guide in the carton, please refer to it for more detailed
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tank instructions. If you are using a tank from another
manufacturer please contact that company for specific
instructions on their tank.
Galvanized tanks are installed the same as pre-charged
tanks except they require an Air Volume Control (AVC)
to replenish air lost through absorption. The AVC requires connection to a vacuum port on the pump. The
suction side of the AVC must have a minimum 3" vacuum
for 15 seconds when the pump starts. Follow the instructions provided with the air volume control.
Priming a Shallow Well System
Priming means filling the pump and suction pipe with
water. Most shallow well jet pumps handle air well and
will evacuate air from the suction line but it may take
several minutes to prime depending on depth to water,
and pipe size and length.
VENT THE PUMP FOR EASIER PRIMING!
It is easier to prime a pump if you allow all the air to
escape from the pump and the pipes, the water cannot go
in unless the air can escape!
Remove the pipe plug or pressure gauge bushing in the
discharge tee to fill the pump with water. On shallow
well pumps you should remove the 1⁄8" pipe plug located
between the suction and discharge ports to allow air to
escape as you fill the casing with water. The port will be
located on either the top of the casing or the top of the
shallow well adapter. Fill the pump and as much of the
suction pipe as possible with water through the discharge
port.
Replace the 1⁄8" pipe plug and discharge gauge/bushing.
Open the faucet closest to the pump/tank a small amount
to allow air to escape the system. Do not open it too
much or the pump will expel too much water and you
will have to reprime the pump casing. On jobs with long
suction pipes you may have to add water to the pump
casing several times to complete the priming process.
Go to Power Motor.
Priming a Deep Well System
Priming a deep well system means filling the pump and
the suction/pressure pipes with water. Deep well single
stage and multi-stage pumps require a complete prime
before starting. Filling the pipes with water before installing the pump will make priming faster and easier.
VENT THE PUMP FOR EASIER PRIMING!
To insure a complete prime we recommend removing the
angled 1⁄8" vent plug located just above the suction pipe
on horizontal pumps. This will allow the air to easily
escape as water enters. Our horizontal convertible deep
well jets should be primed through a tee or the AV22 at
the pump discharge. The tee is not supplied by Goulds
Pumps.
Our vertical deep well jet pumps have built-in pressure
control valves. Priming is done through the pressure
gauge port on the pressure control valve. Most verticals
have a vent plug located on the side of the motor adapter
that vents the seal cavity which is the high point inside
the pump. Removing this vent plug will make priming
much easier.
Power the Motor
DANGER The electrical supply must be a separate branch
circuit with a properly sized breaker or fuses.
All wiring must conform to National (NEC),
CSA, state, provincial, and local codes. Power
supply voltage, phase and controls must match
motor.
Hazardous voltage
can shock, burn or
cause death.
Never run a pump dry, damage will result,
and the warranty will be voided!
DANGER
Hazardous voltage
can shock, burn or
cause death.
Always disconnect and lock-out
all electrical power when installing or working on pumps,
motors, or switches. Insure the
power supply breaker is Off or the
disconnect (where used) is Off.
Remove the pressure switch cover. Attach the power
supply wires, either 115 or 230 depending on the motor
voltage, to the Line terminals of the pressure switch.
Attach the green or bare ground wire to either green
ground screw in the switch. It makes no difference which
Line terminal you attach the hot- L1 (usually Black)
and neutral- N (usually white) 115 volt wires to on the
switch. The same goes for a 230 volt hook-up, either
wire can go on either Line terminal. Re-install the switch
cover. NOTE: Motor voltage is NOT changed in the
pressure switch. See Fig. 7 in Technical Data.
Check to insure that the motor is wired to match the
incoming voltage. All motors have a sticker near the
pressure switch that identifies the pre-wired voltage. All
½ hp jet pumps are factory wired for 115 V, and ¾ hp
and larger are wired for 230V. The motor voltage must
be changed inside the motor cover, not in the pressure
switch. Make sure the breaker or disconnect is Off
before entering the motor cover. All motors have a wiring diagram on the cover label and it is also found in this
manual. See Motor Wiring Diagram, Fig. 7, in Technical
Data.
BOOSTER SYSTEMS
Use the basic instructions for either a Shallow Well or Convertible with Shallow Well Adapter. If a city water booster
system please plumb per Fig. 5
J, Js, Jrs or hsj series
Use flow
control
or ball
valve on
suction to
throttle
pump. Must
be sized,
or set, to
load motor
below max.
nameplate
amps.
If pumping from a cistern or water tank plumb per Fig. 6.
WATER MAIN
UNION
CHECK
VALVE
BALL
VALVE GAUGE
UNION
GATE
VALVE
UNION
PRESSURE
SWITCH
MAIN POWER BOX
TO SIZE TANK
PROPERLY –
MATCH
DRAWDOWN
OF TANK TO
CAPACITY
OF PUMP.
GATE
VALVE FUSE BOX
OR
SWITCH
GATE
VALVE
JET PUMP
STORAGE TANK
HYDROPRO
TANK
CHECK
VALVE
RELIEF
VALVE
Fig. 5
Fig. 6
SEASONAL SERVICE
It is necessary to drain the entire system where the pump,
tank, and piping will be subjected to freezing. Vertical
pumps have a drain plug located on the side of the pump
casing near the bottom of the pump. Horizontal pumps
may have two drain plugs, one on the casing (part where
pipes attach) and another on the motor adapter. They are
also located near the bottom of the pump. Multi-stage
pumps also have 1 or 2 drain plugs and they may require
you to tip the pump or blow compressed air in one hole
to get all the water out of the stages.
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CHART 1
RECOMMENDED DEEP WELL JET ASSEMBLIES AND CONTROL VALVE SETTINGS
PACKER SYSTEMS (see fig. 3)
JET
WELL CONTROL VALVE DEPTH
PACKER
ASSEMBLY DIAMETERSETTING (PSI)
TO JET ADAPTER
FP2-13
2"
30
30-40
FP2-31
2"
30
30-60
AWJ2
FP2-08
2"
30
60-80
FP3-36
3"
30
30-70
AWCJ3
FP3-24
3"
30
50-80
FP2-40
2"
30
30-60
AWJ2
FP2-47
2"
32
60-90
—
—
—
—
—
FP3-53
3"
27
30-70
AWCJ3
FP3-54
3"
30
70-110
FP2-48
2"
35
30-60
AWJ2
FP2-43
2"
36
60-100
—
—
—
—
—
FP3-55
3"
28
30-80
AWCJ3
FP3-14
3"
32
80-120
FP3-16
3"
34
30-60
FP3-18
3"
34
60-90
AWCJ3
FP3-21
3"
34
90-150
FP3-24
3"
39
100-170
FP2-51
30-70
FP2-50
2"
40
70-90 AWD2
FP2-06
90-130
FP3-40
36
30-80
3"
AWD3
FP3-42
80-130
40
FP2-50
30-60
FP2-07
2"
60-110 AWD2
45
FP2-08
110-150
FP3-40
40
30-90
3"
AWD3
FP3-49
43
90-150
FP2-49
62
30-90
FP2-30
2"
65
90-130 AWD2
FP2-29
67
130-180
FP3-47
62
30-100
FP3-46
3"
64
100-150 AWD3
FP3-34
66
150-210
FP2-49
76
30-100
FP2-30
2"
78
100-150 AWD2
FP2-29
80
150-200
FP3-47
75
30-110
FP3-46
3"
78
110-170 AWD3
FP3-34
80
170-230
RECOMMENDED
CONTROL VALVE
(see fig. 4)
AV15
or
AV22KIT
AV22KIT
or
AV22 and JDW
AV22KIT
AV22 and JDW
AV22KIT
AV22 and JDW
SJ - AV21 is built-in
HSJ - use AV22KIT
TWIN PIPE SYSTEMS (see fig. 2)
PUMP
JET
MIN. WELL CONTROL VALVE DEPTH
MODEL ASSEMBLY DIAMETERSETTING (PSI) TO JET
FT4-13
4"
30
30-40
FT4-31
4"
30
30-60
J5
FT4-08
4"
30
60-90
FT5-14
4½"
30
50-90
—
—
—
—
FT4-14
4"
28
30-60
FT4-34
4"
29
70-90
J7
FT4-18
4"
30
90-110
FT5-47
4½"
28
30-70
FT5-48
4½"
40
70-110
FT4-44
4"
31
30-60
FT4-43
4"
33
60-80
FT4-18
4"
35
80-110
J10
FT5-49
4½"
30
30-80
FT5-11
4½"
32
80-120
FT5-12
4½"
35
30-70
FT5-11
4½"
40
70-140
J15
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
FT4-48
4"
37
30-70
FT4-47
4"
40
70-90
SJ07 &
FT4-06
4"
90-130
HSJ07
FT4-47
4"
40
30-70
FT4-24
4"
43
70-110
SJ10 &
4"
110-150
HSJ10 FT4-08
FT4-45
4"
62
30-90
FT4-30
4"
65
90-130
SJ15 & FT4-29
4"
67
130-190
HSJ15
FT4-45
4"
76
30-100
FT4-30
4"
78
100-150
SJ20 & FT4-29
4"
80
150-200
HSJ20
NOTE: Offset adapters are available. See “Fittings” section of your Goulds Pumps Jet and Sub Catalog or consult your local
distributor for information.
8
CHART 1 (continued)
RECOMMENDED DEEP WELL JET ASSEMBLIES AND CONTROL VALVE SETTINGS
AV21 is built-in
TWIN PIPE SYSTEMS (see fig. 2)
PACKER SYSTEMS (see fig. 3)
RECOMMENDED
PUMP
JET
MIN. WELL CONTROL VALVE DEPTH
JET
WELL CONTROL VALVE DEPTH
PACKER CONTROL VALVE
MODEL ASSEMBLY DIAMETERSETTING (PSI) TO JET ASSEMBLY DIAMETERSETTING (PSI)
TO JET ADAPTER
(see fig. 4)
FT3-09
3"
30
30-50 FP2-13
2"
30
30-50
FT4-13
4"
30
30-50
AV15
JRD5 FT4-31
4"
30
30-70 FP2-31
2"
30
30-60
AWJ2
or
FT4-08
4"
30
60-90 FP2-08
2"
30
60-80
AV22KIT
FT5-14
4½"
30
70-90
FT4-14
4"
27
30-60 FP2-40
2"
30
30-60
FT4-34
4"
29
60-90 FP2-47
2"
32
60-90
AWJ2
AV22KIT
JRD7 FT4-18
4"
30
90-110
AV22 and JDW
FT5-47
4½"
27
30-70
NA
FT5-48
4½"
30
70-110
FT4-44
4"
31
30-60 FP2-48
2"
35
30-60
FT4-43
4"
33
60-80 FP2-43
2"
36
60-100 AWJ2
AV22KIT
4"
35
80-110
JRD10 FT4-18
AV22 and JDW
FT5-49
4½"
28
30-80
NA
FT5-11
4½"
32
80-120
FT4-46
4"
30-60 FP2-38
30-60
23
2"
AWD2
FT4-08
4"
60-90 FP2-08
23
60-90
VJ05
30-60 FP3-42
30-60
3"
AWD3
60-100 FP3-09
60-100
FT4-47
4"
30-60 FP2-50
30-60
34
FT4-46
4"
60-90 FP2-47
2"
60-100 AWD2
VJ07 FT4-06
4"
40
90-110 FP2-09
34
100-120
FP3-40
30-60
3"
AWD3
FP3-43
60-130
FT4-14
4"
34
30-90 FP2-48
30-60
FT4-09
4"
36
90-120 FP2-43
2"
36
60-100 AWD2
VJ10
FP2-08
100-120
FP3-40
34
30-90
3"
AWD3
FP3-49
36
90-140
NOTE: Offset adapters are available. See “Fittings” section of your Goulds Pumps Jet and Sub Catalog or consult your local
distributor for information.
CHART 2
SHALLOW WELL JET ASSEMBLIES FOR CONVERTIBLE PUMPS
SHALLOW WELL ASSEMBLYINCLUDES
PUMP MODEL
ORDER
NO.
NOZZLE
J5
FH5 (std.)
AN017
J5
FH5H (high pres.)
AN019
JRD5
FH5JRD
AN018
J7, JRD7
FH7
AN018
J10, JRD10
FH10
AN018
J15
FH15
AN022
HSJ07N
FHSJ07
AN012
HSJ10N
FHSJ10
AN012
HSJ15N
FHSJ15
AN012
HSJ20N
FHSJ20
AN012
VENTURI
AD3731
AD3528
AD3731
AD3536
AD3538
AD3542
AD3432
AD3437
AD3439
AD3448
9
TECHNICAL DATA
WARNING: DISCONNECT POWER SOURCE BEFORE CHECKING. DO NOT MAKE ANY CHANGES
WITH POWER ON.
VOLTAGE CHANGES ARE MADE INSIDE THE MOTOR COVER,
NOT IN THE PRESSURE SWITCH.
Voltage Change Procedure and Terminal Board Design
A.O. Smith jet pump motors have a voltage plug to facilitate simple voltage changes from 115V to 230V. All ½ HP
motors are factory wired for 115V operation. If wired for 115V, operation at 230V will destroy the windings in a matter of seconds and will not be covered by warranty. Larger HP motors are factory wired at 230V.
Terminal Board Design:
•L1 has two (2) male terminals, one switch wire is attached to one terminal.
•L2 has two (2) male terminals, one switch wire is attached to one terminal and when set up for 115V operation the voltage plug is connected to the other.
•“A” has 1 male terminal, the voltage plug is always connected to “A”.
Voltage Change: failure to follow these instructions may damage the windings
•115V - Place the Black voltage plug on the open L2 male terminal and the “A” terminal.
•230V - Place the Black voltage plug only on the “A” male terminal. The 2nd L2 male terminal will be open.
230V
A
L2
A
L2
115V
115V
Hazardous voltage
can shock, burn or
cause death.
230V
DANGER
L1
L1
Fig. 7
A.O. SMITH MOTOR TERMINAL BOARD AND VOLTAGE CHANGE PLUG
DANGER
Hazardous voltage
can shock, burn or
cause death.
■ Pumps are Pre-Wired by HP:
• ½ hp wired for 115 volts
• ¾ hp - 1½ hp and larger wired for 230 volts
• 2 hp is 230 volt only
A.O. SMITH MOTOR DATA
GP Number
Where Used
J04853L
J5(S), GB
J05853L
J7(S), GB, GT07, (H)SJ07, HSC07
J06853L
J10(S), GB, GT10, (H)SJ10, HSC10
J07858L
J15(S), GB, GT15, HSJ15, HSC15
➀ J08854L
HSJ20, GB, GT20, HSC20
J09853
XSH30, GT30
SFJ04860
JRS5, JRD5, JB05
SFJ05860
JRS7, JRD7, JB07
SFJ06860
JRS10, JRD10, JB10
➀ Effective July, 1998, 230 V only.
10
A.O. Smith NumberHP
C48A93A06
C48A94A06
C48A95A06
C48M2DC11A1
K48A34A06
C56P2U11A3HH
C48C04A06
C48C05A06
C48C06A06
½
¾
1
1½
2
3
½
¾
1
Volts
115/230
115/230
115/230
115/230
230
230
115/230
115/230
115/230
PhaseService Factor
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.15
1.6
1.5
1.4
Max. Load Amps
10.8/5.4
14.8/7.4
16.2/8.1
21.4/10.7
12.9
17.2
12.6/6.3
14.8/7.4
16.2/8.1
Watts Circuit Breaker
968
1336
1592
1950
2100
3280
990
1200
1400
25/15
30/15
30/20
40/20
25
30
25/15
30/15
30/20
TECHNICAL DATA
USE OF TAILPIPE ON
DEEP WELL JET PUMPS
CHECKING SUCTION LIFT ON A
SHALLOW WELL
If the capacity of a deep well jet pump exceeds the well
production, well drawdown will allow your pump to
break suction and lose prime. This can be overcome by
using a 34' tailpipe between the jet assembly and the foot
valve. Since the capacity of a pump falls off as the lift is
increased your well inflow and pump output will equalize
somewhere between the jet and foot valve. The drawing
shows the percentage of rated capacity you will get at
certain points. As in a normal situation the jet should be
set 5' below the static water level.
A vacuum gauge indicates Total Suction Lift (vertical lift
+ friction loss) in inches of mercury (Hg.). One inch (1")
on the gauge = 1.13 feet of total suction lift (based on a
pump at sea level). Practical suction lift at sea level is 25'
or 22" Hg. Deduct 1 ft. for each 1000 ft. above sea level.
Install the compound vacuum/pressure gauge in the 1⁄8"
hole in the shallow well adapter or the 1⁄8" hole between
the suction and discharge pipes on a dedicated shallow
well pump. This is the same hole that is used to connect
an air volume control.
Interpreting the gauge readings:
High Vacuum (22" or more)
• Suction pipe buried in mud
• Foot valve or check valve stuck closed
• Suction lift exceeds lift capability of pump
STATIC LEVEL
DRIVE PIPE
SUCTION PIPE
100%
JET ASSEMBLY
10' PIPE 80%
Low Vacuum or 0 vacuum
• Suction pipe not submerged
• Suction leak (check joints and especially unions)
Gauge needle fluctuates rapidly
• Gaseous well
• Air leak in suction line
• Well producing less than pump capacity (throttle a
ball valve in suction line do not exceed 22" Hg.) to
reduce pump capacity
15' PIPE 70%
20' PIPE 57%
TAIL PIPE
34 FT. WILL PREVENT
BREAKING SUCTION
Vacuum
Gauge
25' PIPE 40%
28' PIPE 25%
29' PIPE 17%
33.9' MAXIMUM
DRAW DOWN 0%
22.6’
Vertical Lift
Plus Friction
Fig. 8
Fig. 9
A reading of 20" on a vacuum gauge placed on the suction side of the pump would tell you that you have a
vacuum or suction lift of 22.6 ft.
20" x 1.13' = 22.6 ft.
11
IT T
TROUBLESHOOTING
DANGER
Hazardous
voltage
FAILURE TO DISCONNECT
AND LOCKOUT ELECTRICAL
POWER BEFORE ATTEMPTING ANY MAINTENANCE
CAN CAUSE SHOCK, BURNS
OR DEATH.
SYMPTOM
MOTOR NOT RUNNING
See Probable Cause – 1 through 5
LITTLE OR NO LIQUID DELIVERED BY PUMP
See Probable Cause – 6 through 11
PUMP DELIVERS WATER – WILL NOT SHUT
OFF
See Probable Cause – 9 through 13
PUMP CYCLES EXCESSIVELY
See Probable Cause – 14 through 17
PROBABLE CAUSE
1. Motor thermal protector tripped
2. Open circuit breaker or blown fuse
3. Impeller binding
4. Wiring incorrect/check motor voltage setting
5. Defective motor
6. Pump not primed, inadequate suction pipe
submergence, air leak in suction pipe
7. Discharge or suction plugged, closed valve(s)
8. Low voltage causing reduced motor speed
9. Impeller worn or plugged, no jet assembly
installed, or jet plugged
10. System head too high
11. Suction lift or suction losses excessive
12. Pressure switch plugged, incorrectly adjusted
13. Leaks in discharge piping or at house
14. Defective suction check or foot valve
15. Water logged pressure tank
16. Pump farther than 5 feet from tank
17. High friction loss valves between pump and
tank. (Use only fully open gate valves)
GOULDS PUMPS LIMITED WARRANTY
This warranty applies to all water systems pumps manufactured by Goulds Pumps.
Any part or parts found to be defective within the warranty period shall be replaced at no charge to the dealer during the warranty period. The
warranty period shall exist for a period of twelve (12) months from date of installation or eighteen (18) months from date of manufacture,
whichever period is shorter.
A dealer who believes that a warranty claim exists must contact the authorized Goulds Pumps distributor from whom the pump was purchased
and furnish complete details regarding the claim. The distributor is authorized to adjust any warranty claims utilizing the Goulds Pumps Customer Service Department.
The warranty excludes:
(a) Labor, transportation and related costs incurred by the dealer;
(b) Reinstallation costs of repaired equipment;
(c) Reinstallation costs of replacement equipment;
(d) Consequential damages of any kind; and,
(e) Reimbursement for loss caused by interruption of service.
For purposes of this warranty, the following terms have these definitions:
(1) “Distributor” means any individual, partnership, corporation, association, or other legal relationship that stands between Goulds Pumps and the dealer in purchases, consignments or contracts for sale of the subject pumps.
(2) “Dealer” means any individual, partnership, corporation, association, or other legal relationship which engages in the business of selling or leasing pumps to customers.
(3) “Customer” means any entity who buys or leases the subject pumps from a dealer. The “customer” may mean an individual, partnership, corporation, limited liability company, association or other legal entity which may engage in any type of business.
THIS WARRANTY EXTENDS TO THE DEALER ONLY.
Goulds Pumps is a registered trademark of ITT Corporation. ITT, the Engineered Blocks Symbol
and Engineered for life are Registered trademarks of ITT Manufacturing Enterprises, Inc.
SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
IM102 Rev 3
June, 2009
Copyright (c) 2009 ITT Corporation
Engineered for life
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