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UFGS-22 13 29 (February 2011)
---------------------------Preparing Activity: USACE
Superseding
UFGS-44 46 00 (April 2006)
UNIFIED FACILITIES GUIDE SPECIFICATIONS
References are in agreement with UMRL dated January 2016
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SECTION TABLE OF CONTENTS
DIVISION 22 - PLUMBING
SECTION 22 13 29
SANITARY SEWERAGE PUMPS
02/11
PART 1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
PART 2
GENERAL
REFERENCES
SUBMITTALS
DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
EXTRA MATERIALS
PRODUCTS
2.1
MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT
2.1.1
Nameplates
2.1.2
Equipment Guards
2.1.3
Special Tools
2.1.4
Electric Motors
2.1.5
Motor Controls
2.1.6
Bolts, Nuts, Anchors, and Washers
2.1.7
Pressure Gauges
2.1.8
Seal Water Systems
2.1.8.1
Float Valve
2.1.8.2
Auxiliary Equipment
2.1.8.3
Controls
2.1.8.4
System Characteristics
2.2
CENTRIFUGAL SOLIDS HANDLING PUMPS
2.2.1
Pump Characteristics
2.2.2
Pump Casing
2.2.3
Impeller
2.2.4
Wearing Rings
2.2.5
Pump Shaft
2.2.6
Pump Shaft Sleeve
2.2.7
Stuffing Box
2.2.8
Mechanical Seals
2.2.9
Bearings
2.2.10
Lubrication
2.2.11
Pump Support
2.2.12
Coupling
2.3
SUBMERSIBLE CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS
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2.3.1
Pump Characteristics
2.3.2
Pump Casing
2.3.3
Mating Surfaces
2.3.4
Coatings
2.3.5
Impeller
2.3.6
Wearing Rings
2.3.7
Pump Shaft
2.3.8
Seals
2.3.9
Bearings
2.3.10
Motor
2.3.11
Power Cable
2.3.12
Installation Systems
2.3.12.1
Rail Mounted Systems
2.3.12.2
Bolt Down Systems
2.3.12.3
Lifting Chain
2.4
SELF-PRIMING CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS
2.4.1
Pump Characteristics
2.4.2
Pump Casing
2.4.3
Impeller
2.4.4
Wear Plate
2.4.5
Pump Shaft
2.4.6
Pump Shaft Sleeve
2.4.7
Seals
2.4.8
Bearings
2.4.9
Lubrication
2.4.10
Suction Check Valve
2.4.11
Pump Support
2.4.12
Coupling
2.5
SCREW PUMPS
2.5.1
Pump Characteristics
2.5.2
Lower Bearing Assembly
2.5.2.1
Seals
2.5.2.2
Bearing Shield
2.5.3
Spiral Screw
2.5.3.1
Torque Tube
2.5.3.2
Shafts
2.5.4
Flow Defector Plates
2.5.5
Upper Bearing Assembly
2.5.5.1
Housing
2.5.5.2
Bearing
2.5.5.3
Seals
2.5.5.4
Mounting Plate
2.5.5.5
Cover
2.5.6
Drive Assembly
2.5.6.1
Gear Reducer
2.5.6.2
Backstop
2.5.6.3
Drive
2.5.7
Lubrication System
2.5.8
Radius Screed
2.6
PLUNGER PUMPS
2.6.1
Pump Characteristics
2.6.2
Pump Base
2.6.3
Pump Body
2.6.4
Valves
2.6.5
Connecting Rod, Eccentric, Eccentric Bearings, and Shaft
2.6.6
Plungers
2.6.7
Cylinders
2.6.8
Stuffing Box
2.6.9
Air Chambers
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2.6.10
Sampling Valve
2.6.11
Pressure Relief Valve
2.6.12
Lubrication
2.6.13
Chain Drive
2.6.14
V-Belt and Integral Gear Drive
2.6.15
Gear Reducer Drive
2.7
PROGRESSIVE CAVITY PUMPS
2.7.1
Pump Characteristics
2.7.2
Casing
2.7.3
Rotor
2.7.4
Stator
2.7.5
Drive Shaft and Connecting Rod
2.7.6
Flexible Drive Shaft
2.7.7
Seals
2.7.8
Bearings
2.8
DIAPHRAGM PUMPS
2.8.1
Pump Characteristics
2.8.2
Casing
2.8.3
Suction and Discharge Check Valves
2.8.4
Pulsation Dampers
2.8.5
Air-Operated Actuators
2.8.5.1
Valve
2.8.5.2
Timer
2.8.5.3
Muffler
2.8.5.4
Pressure Regulator
2.8.5.5
Strainer
2.8.5.6
Assist
2.8.6
Mechanical Actuators
2.9
RECESSED IMPELLER PUMPS
2.9.1
Pump Characteristics
2.9.2
Pump Casing
2.9.3
Impeller
2.9.4
Pump Shaft
2.9.5
Sleeve
2.9.6
Seals
2.9.6.1
Packing
2.9.6.2
Mechanical Seals
2.9.7
Bearings
2.10
ROTARY LOBE PUMPS
2.10.1
Pump Characteristics
2.10.2
Casing
2.10.3
Rotors
2.10.4
Shafts and Sleeves
2.10.5
Packing Glands
2.10.6
Bearings
2.11
ELECTRICAL WORK
PART 3
EXECUTION
3.1
EXAMINATION
3.2
EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
3.2.1
Pump Installation
3.2.2
Concrete
3.2.3
Grouting Screw Pump Flow Channel
3.3
PAINTING
3.4
FRAMED INSTRUCTIONS
3.5
FIELD TESTING AND ADJUSTING EQUIPMENT
3.5.1
Operational Test
3.5.2
Retesting
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3.5.3
Performance Test Reports
3.6
MANUFACTURER'S SERVICES
3.7
FIELD TRAINING
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UFGS-22 13 29 (February 2011)
---------------------------Preparing Activity: USACE
Superseding
UFGS-44 46 00 (April 2006)
UNIFIED FACILITIES GUIDE SPECIFICATIONS
References are in agreement with UMRL dated January 2016
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SECTION 22 13 29
SANITARY SEWERAGE PUMPS
02/11
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NOTE: This guide specification covers the
requirements for sewage and sludge pumps for
domestic type waste.
Adhere to UFC 1-300-02 Unified Facilities Guide
Specifications (UFGS) Format Standard when editing
this guide specification or preparing new project
specification sections. Edit this guide
specification for project specific requirements by
adding, deleting, or revising text. For bracketed
items, choose applicable items(s) or insert
appropriate information.
Remove information and requirements not required in
respective project, whether or not brackets are
present.
Comments, suggestions and recommended changes for
this guide specification are welcome and should be
submitted as a Criteria Change Request (CCR).
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PART 1
GENERAL
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NOTE: This specification guide covers pumps for
domestic sewage and sludge. Industrial wastewater
and sludge may require special consideration and
design. Refer to UFC 3-240-01 and consult the
published data of representative manufacturers and
the Hydraulics Institute. Pneumatic ejectors are
specified in Section 22 13 36 PNEUMATIC SEWAGE
EJECTORS. The following are the types of pumps
included and the general uses:
a. Centrifugal solids handling pumps have high head
(up to 69 m 225 feet) and high capacity (up to 2840
L/second 45,000 gpm) capabilities and high
efficiency relative to other solids handling pumps.
They are ideal for sewage applications.
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the text by basic designation only and listed in
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The publications listed below form a part of this specification to the
extent referenced. The publications are referred to within the text by the
basic designation only.
AMERICAN BEARING MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION (ABMA)
ABMA 11
(2014) Load Ratings and Fatigue Life for
Roller Bearings
ABMA 9
(2015) Load Ratings and Fatigue Life for
Ball Bearings
ASME INTERNATIONAL (ASME)
ASME B40.100
(2013) Pressure Gauges and Gauge
Attachments
ASTM INTERNATIONAL (ASTM)
ASTM A153/A153M
(2009) Standard Specification for Zinc
Coating (Hot-Dip) on Iron and Steel
Hardware
NATIONAL ELECTRICAL MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION (NEMA)
NEMA ICS 1
(2000; R 2015) Standard for Industrial
Control and Systems: General Requirements
NEMA MG 1
(2014) Motors and Generators
NATIONAL FIRE PROTECTION ASSOCIATION (NFPA)
NFPA 70
1.2
(2014; AMD 1 2013; Errata 1 2013; AMD 2
2013; Errata 2 2013; AMD 3 2014; Errata
3-4 2014; AMD 4-6 2014) National
Electrical Code
SUBMITTALS
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NOTE: Review submittal description (SD) definitions
in Section 01 33 00 SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES and edit
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the text by basic designation only and listed in
this paragraph by organization, designation, date,
and title.
Use the Reference Wizard's Check Reference feature
when you add a RID outside of the Section's
Reference Article to automatically place the
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be deleted from this section of the project
specification when you choose to reconcile
references in the publish print process.
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The publications listed below form a part of this specification to the
extent referenced. The publications are referred to within the text by the
basic designation only.
AMERICAN BEARING MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION (ABMA)
ABMA 11
(2014) Load Ratings and Fatigue Life for
Roller Bearings
ABMA 9
(2015) Load Ratings and Fatigue Life for
Ball Bearings
ASME INTERNATIONAL (ASME)
ASME B40.100
(2013) Pressure Gauges and Gauge
Attachments
ASTM INTERNATIONAL (ASTM)
ASTM A153/A153M
(2009) Standard Specification for Zinc
Coating (Hot-Dip) on Iron and Steel
Hardware
NATIONAL ELECTRICAL MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION (NEMA)
NEMA ICS 1
(2000; R 2015) Standard for Industrial
Control and Systems: General Requirements
NEMA MG 1
(2014) Motors and Generators
NATIONAL FIRE PROTECTION ASSOCIATION (NFPA)
NFPA 70
1.2
(2014; AMD 1 2013; Errata 1 2013; AMD 2
2013; Errata 2 2013; AMD 3 2014; Errata
3-4 2014; AMD 4-6 2014) National
Electrical Code
SUBMITTALS
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NOTE: Review submittal description (SD) definitions
in Section 01 33 00 SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES and edit
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the following list to reflect only the submittals
required for the project.
The Guide Specification technical editors have
designated those items that require Government
approval, due to their complexity or criticality,
with a "G." Generally, other submittal items can be
reviewed by the Contractor's Quality Control
System. Only add a “G” to an item, if the submittal
is sufficiently important or complex in context of
the project.
For submittals requiring Government approval on Army
projects, a code of up to three characters within
the submittal tags may be used following the "G"
designation to indicate the approving authority.
Codes for Army projects using the Resident
Management System (RMS) are: "AE" for
Architect-Engineer; "DO" for District Office
(Engineering Division or other organization in the
District Office); "AO" for Area Office; "RO" for
Resident Office; and "PO" for Project Office. Codes
following the "G" typically are not used for Navy,
Air Force, and NASA projects.
An "S" following a submittal item indicates that the
submittal is required for the Sustainability
Notebook to fulfill federally mandated sustainable
requirements in accordance with Section 01 33 29
SUSTAINABILITY REPORTING.
Choose the first bracketed item for Navy, Air Force
and NASA projects, or choose the second bracketed
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Government approval is required for submittals with a "G" designation;
submittals not having a "G" designation are for [Contractor Quality Control
approval.][information only. When used, a designation following the "G"
designation identifies the office that will review the submittal for the
Government.] Submittals with an "S" are for inclusion in the
Sustainability Notebook, in conformance to Section 01 33 29 SUSTAINABILITY
REPORTING. Submit the following in accordance with Section 01 33 00
SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES:
SD-02 Shop Drawings
Equipment Installation; G[, [_____]]
SD-03 Product Data
Materials and Equipment
Framed Instructions
Spare Parts
SD-06 Test Reports
Field Testing and Adjusting Equipment
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SD-10 Operation and Maintenance Data
Operating and Maintenance Manuals; G[, [_____]]
1.3
DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
Protect from the weather, excessive humidity and excessive temperature
variation; and dirt, dust, or other contaminants all equipment delivered
and placed in storage.
1.4
EXTRA MATERIALS
Submit spare parts data for each different item of material and equipment
specified, after approval of the related submittals, and not later than
[_____] months prior to the date of beneficial occupancy. Include in the
data a complete list of parts and supplies, with current unit prices and
source of supply
PART 2
2.1
PRODUCTS
MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT
Provide materials and equipment which are the standard products of a
manufacturer regularly engaged in the manufacture of such products and that
essentially duplicate items that have been in satisfactory use for at least
2 years prior to bid opening. Equipment shall be supported by a service
organization that is, in the opinion of the Contracting Officer, reasonably
convenient to the site. Pump casings shall be constructed of cast iron of
uniform quality and free from blow holes, porosity, hard spots, shrinkage
defects, cracks, and other injurious defects. Impellers shall be [cast
iron] [ductile iron] [unless otherwise specified for rotors].
2.1.1
Nameplates
Provide each major item of equipment with the manufacturer's name, address,
type or style, model or serial number, and catalog number on a plate
secured to the item of equipment.
2.1.2
Equipment Guards
Enclose or guard belts, pulleys, chains, gears, projecting setscrews, keys,
and other rotating parts so located that any person may come in close
proximity thereto.
2.1.3
Special Tools
Provide one set of special tools, calibration devices, and instruments
required for operation, calibration, and maintenance of the equipment.
2.1.4
Electric Motors
Motors shall conform to NEMA MG 1.
2.1.5
Motor Controls
Controls shall conform to NEMA ICS 1.
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2.1.6
Bolts, Nuts, Anchors, and Washers
Bolts, nuts, anchors, and washers shall be steel; galvanized in accordance
with ASTM A153/A153M.
2.1.7
Pressure Gauges
Compound gauges shall be provided on the suction side of pumps and standard
pressure gauges on the discharge side of pumps. Gauges shall comply with
ASME B40.100. Gauge ranges shall be as appropriate for the particular
installation.
2.1.8
Seal Water Systems
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NOTE: Alternate seal water systems utilize filtered
effluent recirculated back to pump seals as water
supply. Consult water seal manufacturers for
details. Delete entire paragraph if seal water not
specified for pumps.
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Pumping systems requiring seal water shall utilize [potable] [_____] water.
A package seal water system, consisting of a [189 L 50 gallon] [_____]
galvanized tank, float valve mounted directly on the tank, and 2
centrifugal pumps of equal capacity, with close coupled motors, shall be
factory assembled and supplied as a single self-contained unit.
2.1.8.1
Float Valve
The float valve shall be mounted on the tank to maintain a water level
below an overflow provided near the top of the tank and to maintain a 152 mm
6 inch air gap between the water system and the top of the tank.
2.1.8.2
Auxiliary Equipment
Auxiliary equipment required to complete the system shall be as indicated
and shall include the necessary piping, valving, pressure gauges, pressure
regulators, pressure switches, solenoid valves, strainers, and accessories.
2.1.8.3
Controls
The solenoid valve shall open whenever the process pump motor is energized.
The pressure switch shall signal an alarm and stop the process pump
whenever the seal pressure is below a set point. The pressure regulating
valve shall be located on a bypass line back to the seal water reservoir
tank. The pressure switch and pressure regulating valve set points shall
be determined by the process pump manufacturer. A valved bypass around
each solenoid valve shall also be provided.
2.1.8.4
System Characteristics
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NOTE: Insert data for each seal water system
required. Repeat paragraph as necessary for seal
water systems with different characteristics.
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The seal water systems for pump number[s] [_____] shall be sized for [_____]
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L/second gpm at [_____] kPa psi and [_____] W horsepower.
2.2
CENTRIFUGAL SOLIDS HANDLING PUMPS
Centrifugal solids handling pumps shall be of the nonclogging centrifugal
type designed to pump solids up to 76 mm 3 inches in diameter and which
provide no internal interstices that catch solids and stringy materials to
cause clogging.
2.2.1
Pump Characteristics
Pump number[s] [_____] located in [_____] shall have the following
operating characteristics:
Pump Service
[_____]
Design Operating Point
[_____] L/second gpm flow, [_____] mm feet
head, [_____] percent efficiency
Maximum Operating Point
[_____] L/second gpm flow, [_____] mm feet
head, [_____] percent efficiency
Minimum Operating Point
[_____] L/second gpm flow, [_____] mm feet
head, [_____] percent efficiency
Impeller Type
[_____]
Operating Speed
[_____] rpm
Maximum NPSH Required at Maximum Operating
Point
[_____]
Motor Type
[_____]
Electrical Characteristics
[_____] volts ac, [_____] phase, [60]
[_____] Hz
Size
Within rated load driving pump at
specified rpm
Pump Control
[_____]
2.2.2
Pump Casing
Pump casing shall be constructed with tapped and plugged holes for venting
and draining the pump. The casing shall be capable of withstanding
pressures 50 percent greater than the maximum operating pressure. The
volute shall have smooth passages. The casing shall be such that the
impeller can be removed without disturbing the suction and discharge
connections. The casing shall have a handhole to permit inspection and
cleaning of the pump interior. Lifting eyes shall be provided to
facilitate handling of the pump.
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standard construction for submersible pump applications. The power cable
shall enter the pump through a heavy duty entry assembly provided with an
internal grommet assembly to prevent leakage. The cable entry junction
chamber and motor shall be separated by a stator lead sealing gland or
terminal board which shall isolate the motor interior from foreign material
gaining access through the pump top. [Epoxies, silicones, or other
secondary sealing systems are not acceptable.]
2.3.12
Installation Systems
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NOTE: In following three paragraphs, delete
inapplicable installation systems.
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2.3.12.1
Rail Mounted Systems
Rail mounted installation systems shall consist of guide rails, a sliding
bracket, and a discharge connection elbow. Guide rails shall be of the
size and type standard with the manufacturer and shall not support any
portion of the weight of the pump. The sliding guide bracket shall be an
integral part of the pump unit. The discharge connection elbow shall be
permanently installed in the wet well along with the discharge piping. The
pump shall be automatically connected to the discharge connection elbow
when lowered into place and shall be easily removed for inspection and
service without entering the pump well.
2.3.12.2
Bolt Down Systems
The pump mount system shall include a base designed to support the weight
of the pump. The base shall be capable of withstanding all stresses
imposed upon it by vibration, shock, and direct and eccentric loads.
2.3.12.3
Lifting Chain
Lifting chain to raise and lower the pump through the limits indicated
shall be provided. The chain shall be galvanized and shall be capable of
supporting the pump.
2.4
SELF-PRIMING CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS
Self-priming centrifugal pumps shall be designed to pump solids up to 76 mm
3 inches in diameter and shall be of the centrifugal type capable of
repeated reprime when handling trash-laden sewage.
2.4.1
Pump Characteristics
Pump number[s] [_____] located in [_____] shall have the following
operating characteristics:
Pump Service
[_____]
Design Operating Point
[_____] L/second gpm flow, [_____] mm feet
head, [_____] percent efficiency
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Maximum Operating Point
[_____] L/second gpm flow, [_____] mm feet
head, [_____] percent efficiency
Minimum Operating Point
[_____] L/second gpm flow, [_____] mm feet
head, [_____] percent efficiency
Maximum Priming Lift
[_____] mm feet
Maximum Reprime Lift
[_____] mm feet
Impeller Type
[_____]
Rotation Direction
[Clockwise] [Counterclockwise]
Operating Speed
[_____] rpm
Motor Type
[_____]
Electrical Characteristics
[_____] volts ac, [_____] phase, [60]
[_____] Hz
Size
Within rated load driving pump at
specified rpm
[_____]
Pump Control
2.4.2
Pump Casing
The casing shall be capable of withstanding pressures 50 percent greater
than the maximum operating pressures. The pump casing shall contain no
openings of smaller diameter than the specified sphere size. There shall
be no internal devices that will inhibit maintenance or interfere with
priming and performance. The pump shall be designed to retain sufficient
liquid in the casing to ensure unattended operation. The casing shall be
such that the impeller can be removed without disturbing the suction and
discharge connections. Front access shall be provided to the pump interior
to permit inspection and cleaning of the pump interior without removing
suction or discharge piping.
2.4.3
Impeller
The impeller shall be of the two-vane, semi-open, non-clog type with
pump-out vanes cast integrally on its backside. The impeller shall be
statically, dynamically, and hydraulically balanced within the operating
range and to the first critical speed at 150 percent of the maximum
operating speed. The impeller shall be securely keyed to the shaft with a
locking arrangement whereby the impeller cannot be loosened by torque from
either forward or reverse direction.
2.4.4
Wear Plate
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NOTE: Steel is standard with most manufacturers.
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A replaceable wear plate constructed of [cast iron] [alloy steel] shall be
provided.
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Design Capacity
[_____] L/second gpm
Tube Diameter
[_____] mm feet [_____] inches
Screw Speed
[_____] rpm
Motor Type
[_____]
Electrical Characteristics
[_____] volts ac, [_____] phase, [60]
[_____] Hz
Size
Within rated load driving pump at
specified rpm
[_____]
Pump Control
2.5.2
Lower Bearing Assembly
The lower bearing assembly shall be sleeve or roller bearing type design.
If sleeve bearing is utilized, either the bronze phosphor sleeve shall
rotate around stationary shaft or shaft shall be attached to bronze bushing
which rotates inside stationary cartridge. Sleeve bearing shall be
hermetically sealed, automatic grease lubricated. Roller bearings shall be
oil lubricated and designed to guard against oil leakage. Labyrinth
arrangement shall protect fire seal from damage. Bearings shall have L-10
life of 100,000 hours. The bearing housing shall permit precise adjustment
in the field. A spare lower bearing assembly shall be provided.
2.5.2.1
Seals
Contaminants shall be prevented from entering the bearing by two
spring-loaded lipseals, one to exclude wastewater and contaminants and one
to retain the grease in the bearing, or by a fixed journal with hollow axis
to allow grease to the top end of the bearing where it flows the length of
the bearing sealing out contaminants.
2.5.2.2
Bearing Shield
A heavy-duty bearing shield shall be provided to protect the bearing
assembly from heavy debris.
2.5.3
Spiral Screw
The spiral screw shall consist of a steel torque tube with steel flights
welded to the exterior of the tube, a drive shaft, and lower stub shaft.
2.5.3.1
Torque Tube
The torque tube shall be sealed at both ends with welded steel plates.
Care shall be taken to insure that the end plates are parallel after
welding. The flights shall be continuously welded to the tube on both
sides. The drive shaft and lower stub shaft shall be bolted to the torque
tube ends with a registered fit to ensure axial alignment of the tube and
shafting.
2.5.3.2
Shafts
The upper and lower shafts and the outside diameter of the flights of the
completed spiral screw shall have the same axis. The maximum deflection at
midspan shall not exceed 4 mm 5/32 inch when calculated as a uniformly
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loaded horizontal simple beam supported between the upper and lower
bearings. The completed spiral screw shall be statically balanced.
2.5.4
Flow Defector Plates
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NOTE: Deflector plates may be extended to
completely enclose pump or pump may be tube mounted.
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Flow deflector plates shall be provided for installation in the pump trough
along the uptake side of the spiral screw for the full length of the
spiral. The deflector plates shall be concave to effect an extension of
the circular arch of the trough to at least the height of the top surface
of the torque tube. The deflector plates shall be fabricated from not less
than 3 mm 1/8 inch thick steel plate and shall be complete with stiffeners
and anchors where required.
2.5.5
Upper Bearing Assembly
The upper bearing assembly shall consist of an upper bearing housing,
bearing, seals, mounting, and cover.
2.5.5.1
Housing
The upper bearing housing shall be cast iron and shall have grease fittings
on the exterior of the housing for periodic manual lubrication.
2.5.5.2
Bearing
The upper bearing shall have an ABEMA L-10 life of 50,000 hours minimum, as
specified in ABMA 9 or ABMA 11, and shall be one of the following: a dual
bearing consisting of a spherical roller thrust type bearing for pump
thrust loads and a spherical roller bearing for radial loads; or a single
combination radial and thrust, self-aligning, spherical roller bearing.
2.5.5.3
Seals
Two seals shall be provided for protection of the upper bearings. One seal
shall be attached to the extended shaft of the spiral screw to prevent
contamination from entering the bearing top side. The other seal shall be
on the bottom side to retain the grease within the bearing.
2.5.5.4
Mounting Plate
A fabricated steel mounting plate and anchor bolts shall be provided for
mounting the upper bearing assembly.
2.5.5.5
Cover
A fabricated steel cover shall be provided to close the opening in the wall
for the spiral shaft.
2.5.6
Drive Assembly
The drive assembly shall consist of a motor, gear reducer, and backstop.
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standard construction for submersible pump applications. The power cable
shall enter the pump through a heavy duty entry assembly provided with an
internal grommet assembly to prevent leakage. The cable entry junction
chamber and motor shall be separated by a stator lead sealing gland or
terminal board which shall isolate the motor interior from foreign material
gaining access through the pump top. [Epoxies, silicones, or other
secondary sealing systems are not acceptable.]
2.3.12
Installation Systems
**************************************************************************
NOTE: In following three paragraphs, delete
inapplicable installation systems.
**************************************************************************
2.3.12.1
Rail Mounted Systems
Rail mounted installation systems shall consist of guide rails, a sliding
bracket, and a discharge connection elbow. Guide rails shall be of the
size and type standard with the manufacturer and shall not support any
portion of the weight of the pump. The sliding guide bracket shall be an
integral part of the pump unit. The discharge connection elbow shall be
permanently installed in the wet well along with the discharge piping. The
pump shall be automatically connected to the discharge connection elbow
when lowered into place and shall be easily removed for inspection and
service without entering the pump well.
2.3.12.2
Bolt Down Systems
The pump mount system shall include a base designed to support the weight
of the pump. The base shall be capable of withstanding all stresses
imposed upon it by vibration, shock, and direct and eccentric loads.
2.3.12.3
Lifting Chain
Lifting chain to raise and lower the pump through the limits indicated
shall be provided. The chain shall be galvanized and shall be capable of
supporting the pump.
2.4
SELF-PRIMING CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS
Self-priming centrifugal pumps shall be designed to pump solids up to 76 mm
3 inches in diameter and shall be of the centrifugal type capable of
repeated reprime when handling trash-laden sewage.
2.4.1
Pump Characteristics
Pump number[s] [_____] located in [_____] shall have the following
operating characteristics:
Pump Service
[_____]
Design Operating Point
[_____] L/second gpm flow, [_____] mm feet
head, [_____] percent efficiency
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Maximum Operating Point
[_____] L/second gpm flow, [_____] mm feet
head, [_____] percent efficiency
Minimum Operating Point
[_____] L/second gpm flow, [_____] mm feet
head, [_____] percent efficiency
Maximum Priming Lift
[_____] mm feet
Maximum Reprime Lift
[_____] mm feet
Impeller Type
[_____]
Rotation Direction
[Clockwise] [Counterclockwise]
Operating Speed
[_____] rpm
Motor Type
[_____]
Electrical Characteristics
[_____] volts ac, [_____] phase, [60]
[_____] Hz
Size
Within rated load driving pump at
specified rpm
[_____]
Pump Control
2.4.2
Pump Casing
The casing shall be capable of withstanding pressures 50 percent greater
than the maximum operating pressures. The pump casing shall contain no
openings of smaller diameter than the specified sphere size. There shall
be no internal devices that will inhibit maintenance or interfere with
priming and performance. The pump shall be designed to retain sufficient
liquid in the casing to ensure unattended operation. The casing shall be
such that the impeller can be removed without disturbing the suction and
discharge connections. Front access shall be provided to the pump interior
to permit inspection and cleaning of the pump interior without removing
suction or discharge piping.
2.4.3
Impeller
The impeller shall be of the two-vane, semi-open, non-clog type with
pump-out vanes cast integrally on its backside. The impeller shall be
statically, dynamically, and hydraulically balanced within the operating
range and to the first critical speed at 150 percent of the maximum
operating speed. The impeller shall be securely keyed to the shaft with a
locking arrangement whereby the impeller cannot be loosened by torque from
either forward or reverse direction.
2.4.4
Wear Plate
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Steel is standard with most manufacturers.
**************************************************************************
A replaceable wear plate constructed of [cast iron] [alloy steel] shall be
provided.
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2.4.5
Pump Shaft
Pump shaft shall be of high grade alloy steel or stainless steel and shall
be of adequate size and strength to transmit the full driver wattage
horsepower with a liberal safety factor.
2.4.6
Pump Shaft Sleeve
The pump shaft shall be protected from wear by a high grade alloy steel or
stainless steel shaft sleeve. A seal, if needed, shall be placed between
the shaft and sleeve to prevent leakage.
2.4.7
Seals
The pump shaft shall be sealed against leakage by [oil lubricated] [water
lubricated] mechanical seal. The stationary sealing member shall be
[tungsten carbide] [silicon carbide] and the rotating member shall be
[tungsten carbide] [silicon carbide]. The seal shall be such that the
faces will not lose alignment during shock loads that cause deflection,
vibration, and axial or radial movement of the pump shaft.
2.4.8
Bearings
Pump bearings shall be ball or roller type designed to handle all thrust
loads in either direction.
2.4.9
Lubrication
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Delete the inapplicable types of
lubrication. Normally use grease for vertical shaft
pumps. Use either grease or oil for horizontal
shaft pumps.
**************************************************************************
Bearings shall be [oil bath] [or] [grease] lubricated. [An oil reservoir
for oil bath lubricated bearings shall be provided. The reservoir shall
have an overflow opening to prevent overfilling and shall have a drain at
the lowest point.] [A grease fitting shall be provided to add grease for
grease-lubricated bearings. The grease fitting shall be of the type that
prevents overlubrication and the building up of pressure injurious to the
bearings. If the grease fitting is not easily accessible, grease tubing to
a convenient location shall be provided.]
2.4.10
Suction Check Valve
**************************************************************************
NOTE: If the pump is in an application where a high
degree of reliability is desired, retain the last
sentence.
**************************************************************************
The pump shall contain a suction check valve to maintain prime. The
suction check valve shall be removable without disturbing the suction
piping. [The pump shall be capable of prime or reprime in the event of
check valve failure.]
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2.4.11
Pump Support
A common fabricated steel base plate shall be provided for the pump and
motor.
2.4.12
Coupling
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Delete inapplicable type of couplings.
**************************************************************************
Power shall be transmitted from the motor to the pump by a [flexible
coupling] [V-belt drive assembly]. [Flexible couplings shall be of the
heavy duty type, keyed or locked to the shaft.] [The V-belt drive assembly
shall have a minimum of two belts. The drive assembly shall be selected on
the basis of the power to be transmitted from the motor to the pump. The
drive shall be enclosed on all sides by a solid metal guard.]
2.5
SCREW PUMPS
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Edit paragraph for enclosed or tube mounted
screw pumps. Tube mounted screw pumps do not
require concrete trough.
**************************************************************************
Screw pumps shall have a spiral flight screw operating in a concrete trough
with the screw rotation elevating the liquid up the inclined trough. The
pump shall consist of a lower bearing assembly, a spiral screw with
deflectors, an upper bearing assembly, a drive assembly, and an automatic
grease lubricated system for the lower bearing.
2.5.1
Pump Characteristics
Pump number[s] [_____] located in [_____] shall have the following
characteristics:
Pump Service
[_____]
Total Lift
[_____] mm feet
Angle of Inclination
[22] [30] [38] [_____] degrees from
horizontal
Spiral Screw Diameter
[_____] mm feet [_____] inches
Flight Thickness
[_____] mm feet
Quantity of Flights
[1] [2] [3]
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Peak Capacity
[_____] L/second gpm flow
Total Dynamic Head
[_____] mm feet
Suction and Discharge Check Valve Size
[_____] mm inches
Pump Speed
[_____] strokes per minute
Motor Type
[_____]
Electrical Characteristics
[_____] volts ac, [_____] phase, [60]
[_____] Hz
Size
Within rated load driving pump at
specified rpm
[_____]
Pump Control
2.8.2
Casing
All interior wetted parts shall be lined with [6.4 mm 1/4 inch thick
chlorosulfonated polyethylene]. The pump body shall be designed to permit
access to the casing interior without disassembling the suction and
discharge piping.
2.8.3
Suction and Discharge Check Valves
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Specify the appropriate type of valve for the
material to be pumped. If large, pipe-size solids
are to be pumped, specify the flap check valve. If
maintenance will be infrequent, specify the in-line
ball check valve. For other applications specify
the quick-opening ball check valve.
**************************************************************************
The suction and discharge check valves shall be of the [quick opening ball
check type,] [in-line ball check type,] [or] [in-line flap check type].
[Quick-opening ball check valves shall have replaceable [stainless steel,]
[bronze,] [or] [cast iron] seats and an easily removable cover plate to
permit inspection and cleaning of the valve interior without disassembling
the adjacent piping.] [In-line ball check valves shall have a streamlined
internal design, eliminating projections on which material can collect.]
[In-line flap check valves shall have an elastomeric seal on the disc to
insure sealing and shall have a removable cover to permit inspection and
cleaning of the valve interior without disassembling the adjacent piping.]
2.8.4
Pulsation Dampers
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Specify inlet pulsation dampers for pumps
with high suction head and discharge pulsation
dampers for pumps with high discharge head.
**************************************************************************
An air chamber type pulsation damper shall be provided on the pump [inlet]
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2.9.1
Pump Characteristics
Pump number[s] [_____] located in [_____] shall have the following
operating characteristics:
Pump Service
[_____]
Design Operating Point
[_____] L/second gpm flow at [_____] mm
feet head
Maximum Operating Point
[_____] L/second gpm flow at [_____] mm
feet head
Minimum Operating Point
[_____] L/second gpm flow at [_____] mm
feet head
Discharge Diameter
[_____] mm feet
Suction Diameter
[_____] mm feet
Operating Speed
[_____] rpm
Maximum NPSH Required at Maximum Operating
Point
[_____]
Seal Type
[packing] [mechanical]
Motor Type
[_____]
Electrical Characteristics
[_____] volts ac, [_____] phase, [60]
[_____] Hz
Size
Within rated load driving pump at
specified rpm
Pump Control
[_____]
2.9.2
Pump Casing
Pump casing shall be constructed with tapped and plugged holes for priming,
venting, and drainage of the pump. The casing shall be capable of
withstanding pressures 50 percent greater than the maximum operating
pressure. All internal casing clearances shall be equal to the discharge
nozzle diameter so that all material that can pass through the discharge
nozzle can pass through the casing. Casing connections shall be flanged.
2.9.3
Impeller
The impeller shall be of the recessed design. The impeller shall be
securely keyed to the shaft with a locking arrangement whereby the impeller
cannot be loosened from either forward or reverse direction.
2.9.4
Pump Shaft
**************************************************************************
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NOTE: Specify manufacturer's standard pump shaft
material. High grade alloy steel is standard with
most manufacturers.
**************************************************************************
Pump shaft shall be of [high grade alloy steel] [or] [stainless steel] and
shall be sized to provide a minimum amount of deflection.
2.9.5
Sleeve
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Specify manufacturer's standard pump shaft
sleeve material. Stainless steel is standard with
most manufacturers.
**************************************************************************
The pump shaft shall be protected throughout the packing area by a
removable [stainless steel] [or] [bronze] sleeve.
2.9.6
Seals
A stuffing box, designed for the interchangeable use of packing or
mechanical seals, and suitable for use of grease, oil, or water as the
sealing liquid, shall be provided.
2.9.6.1
Packing
The stuffing box shall be designed to accommodate a minimum of [_____]
rings of [graphite] [oil] impregnated [nonasbestos] [metallic] packing with
lantern ring and packing gland. Packing shall be readily removable from
the shaft.
2.9.6.2
Mechanical Seals
Mechanical seals shall be of the [single] [double] type of [carbon-ceramic]
[tungsten carbide] construction. Each seal interface shall be held in
place by its own [stainless steel] spring system. The seal system shall be
constructed to be readily removable from the shaft.
2.9.7
Bearings
Pump bearings shall be antifriction ball or roller type bearings designed
to carry all radial or thrust loads. Bearings shall be [grease] [oil]
lubricated and shall be contained in dust- and moisture-proof housings.
[An oil reservoir with overflow and drain openings shall be provided.] [A
grease fitting of the type that prevents overlubrication shall be provided.
If the grease fitting is not readily accessible, an extension tube shall be
provided.]
2.10
ROTARY LOBE PUMPS
Rotary lobe pumps shall be of the positive displacement type and shall
consist of two tri-lobe rotors which draw product into pockets formed
between the rotors and rotor case and push pumped material 180 degrees
around the interior of the contoured rotor case and out through the
discharge port.
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Design Capacity
[_____] L/second gpm
Design Head
[_____] mm feet
Suction Lift
[_____] mm feet
Stroke Speed
[_____] strokes per minute
Pump Type
[simplex] [duplex] [triplex] [quadraplex]
Motor Type
[_____]
Electrical Characteristics
[_____] volts ac, [_____] phase, [60]
[_____] Hz
Size
Within rated load driving pump at
specified rpm
Pump Control
[_____]
2.6.2
Pump Base
A common, welded steel, drip-rim base with a 25 mm 1-inch threaded drain
connection shall be provided for the pump and motor. The base shall be of
heavy section, fully braced to withstand all shock loads and to resist
buckling when properly anchored.
2.6.3
Pump Body
The pump body shall be cast iron. The pump shall be of heavy construction,
designed to handle its maximum rated capacity and head on a continuous duty
basis and shall be hydrostatically tested at 1.5 times the maximum rated
head of the pump. The pump body shall be of sectional construction so that
the stuffing box, valve bodies, and air chamber adapters are independently
removable. The construction shall permit removal of the stuffing box,
plunger, and connecting rod without disturbing the body, valve chambers,
manifolds, piping, or shaft.
2.6.4
Valves
Valve chambers shall be provided on both the inlet and discharge
connections of each cylinder. The valve chambers shall be constructed with
contoured interiors to minimize clogging. Valves shall be ball type, at
least 130 mm 5-1/8 inches in diameter, and constructed of neoprene. Valve
seats shall be independent, fully machined plates which may be replaced
without disturbing valve bodies or piping.
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2.6.5
Connecting Rod, Eccentric, Eccentric Bearings, and Shaft
The connecting rod and eccentric strap assembly shall be cast as one piece
and shall have a quality hot-poured Babbitt lining. The eccentric,
bearings, and shaft shall be designed to handle the stresses and
deflections imposed upon it by the specified service. [The shaft shall be
offset from the vertical centerline of the cylinder by an amount
appropriate to the cylinder diameter to reduce lateral thrust on the
cylinder during the discharge stroke.]
2.6.6
Plungers
Plungers shall be ductile iron and shall have a plugged drain hole in the
bottom which shall be accessible through the top of the plunger.
2.6.7
Cylinders
Cylinders shall be machined to a smooth bore to provide a uniform surface
throughout the full travel of the plunger.
2.6.8
Stuffing Box
The cylinder and plunger shall have an effective packing arrangement to
provide lubrication for the plunger and maintain the most effective vacuum.
The stuffing box shall be of heavy cast construction and shall be provided
with a circular drain lip and 25 mm 1 inch threaded drain connection. The
stuffing box shall be provided with a minimum of four rings of [_____]
packing.
2.6.9
Air Chambers
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Generally provide air chambers on suction
side of all pumps and always on discharge side of
all pumps.
**************************************************************************
Air chambers shall be provided on [the discharge side] [both suction and
discharge sides] of the pump. Air chambers shall have a minimum capacity of
0.0295 cubic meters 1800 cubic inches and a minimum 76 mm 3 inch diameter
opening.
2.6.10
Sampling Valve
A 50 mm 2 inch sampling valve shall be provided on the discharge side of
the pump.
2.6.11
Pressure Relief Valve
A pressure relief valve shall be provided with a bypass line from the main
suction and discharge manifolds. The valve shall be factory set to prevent
motor overload or pump damage.
2.6.12
Lubrication
Each pump eccentric shall be provided with a sight-feed oil lubricator.
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Delete inapplicable drive systems. The gear
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reducer is recommended for 11.2 kW 15 hp and larger
applications.
**************************************************************************
2.6.13
Chain Drive
Capacity variations shall be provided by stroke adjustment accomplished at
each eccentric assembly, through the use of eccentric flanges coupled to
the eccentric body. Overall drive reduction shall be obtained through the
combination of a gearhead motor and silent roller chain. Motor gearhead
shall be totally enclosed and running in oil. Chain capacity shall be at
least 150 percent of the chain manufacturers published horsepower rating.
The entire chain drive assembly shall be completely enclosed in a sealed
lip, dust resistant steel guard.
2.6.14
V-Belt and Integral Gear Drive
Capacity variations shall be provided by stroke adjustment accomplished at
each eccentric assembly, through the use of eccentric flanges coupled to
the eccentric body. Overall drive reduction shall be obtained through a
combination of gears and V-belts. Gears shall run in an oil bath contained
in an oil-tight cast iron or aluminum enclosure. The gear reduction
design, gear materials and face widths, shafting, and bearings shall be
selected for the specified operating conditions. The entire V-Belt drive
assembly shall be covered by a rigid safety guard.
2.6.15
Gear Reducer Drive
Capacity variations shall be provided by pump speed change only. The low
speed shaft of the reducer shall be directly connected to the main shaft of
the pump through a flexible coupling with shear pin protection. The shear
pin overload protection shall be designed for release at 150 percent to 175
percent of normal torque. The high speed shaft of the reducer shall be
connected to the motor by a heavy duty flexible coupling. The entire gear
reduction unit shall be enclosed in a dustproof and oil-tight housing.
2.7
PROGRESSIVE CAVITY PUMPS
**************************************************************************
NOTE: For sludges of solids concentration exceeding
18 percent, installation of bridge breaker on the
inlet port should be investigated. Designs vary and
manufacturer's specifications should be consulted.
**************************************************************************
Progressive cavity pumps shall consist of a single helical rotor rotating
in a double helical stator.
2.7.1
Pump Characteristics
Pump number[s] [_____] located in [_____] shall have the following
operating characteristics:
Pump Service
[_____]
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Design Capacity
[_____] L/second gpm
Operating Head
[_____] mm feet
Operating Speed
[_____] rpm
[Single] [Double] stage
Motor Type
[_____]
Electrical Characteristics
[_____] volts ac, [_____] phase, [60]
[_____] Hz
Size
Within rated load driving pump at
specified rpm
Pump Control
[_____]
2.7.2
Casing
[The pump body shall be cradle mounted such that the suction chamber can be
rotated to allow the suction port to accommodate any piping configuration.]
Two inspection ports shall be incorporated 180 degrees apart in the suction
housing to provide access to internal parts. A drain plug shall be
provided in the casing.
2.7.3
Rotor
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Tool steel and stainless steel are common
rotor materials. Other materials are also
available. Chrome plating is standard for most
manufacturers but may be deleted, depending upon the
application.
**************************************************************************
The pump rotor shall be a helix constructed of machined and polished [high
quality tool steel] [stainless steel] [and shall be covered with a layer of
hard chrome plate].
2.7.4
Stator
The rotor shall revolve in a helix elastomeric stator consisting of Buna-N
chemically bonded to a steel tube.
2.7.5
Drive Shaft and Connecting Rod
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Universal joint design is critical since this
is a common problem area for this type pump. The
pin or cardan type joints are inferior to the gear
type but may be acceptable for some applications.
Deleting the pin or cardan type joints will
eliminate many manufacturers.
**************************************************************************
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The rotor shall be driven by a connecting rod between the rotor and drive
shaft, connected at each end with a crowned gear [or pin or cardan] type
universal joint. The universal joints shall be of adequate design to
transmit the required thrust and torque. The connecting rod and universal
joint in combination shall impart no thrust on the seal. Universal joints
shall be [grease] [_____] lubricated and totally sealed and shielded. The
seal shall prevent liquid from contaminating the joints, and the shields
shall prevent foreign objects from damaging the seal.
2.7.6
Flexible Drive Shaft
**************************************************************************
NOTE: The spring steel flexible one-piece drive
shaft is proprietary and should not be specified
alone.
**************************************************************************
The rotor shall be driven by a one-piece, flexible, high strength spring
steel drive shaft with a corrosion and abrasion-resistant thermoplastic
coating.
2.7.7
Seals
Pump seals shall be a stuffing box with a split packing gland and lantern
ring or shall be a mechanical seal. Fittings for [grease] [water]
lubrication shall be provided.
2.7.8
Bearings
Bearings shall be designed for an ABEMA L-10 life of at least 50,000 hours
minimum, as specified in ABMA 9 or ABMA 11, and shall be grease
lubricated. Lubrication fittings in the bearing housing shall be provided.
2.8
DIAPHRAGM PUMPS
Diaphragm pumps shall be of the self-priming, positive displacement type
designed to pump sludge of various concentrations and levels of
abrasiveness. The pump shall be designed such that operating the pump
without liquid in the pump casing will not damage any portion of the pump.
2.8.1
Pump Characteristics
Pump number[s] [_____] located in [_____] shall have the following
operating characteristics:
Pump Service
[_____]
Operator
[mechanical] [air]
Design Head
[_____] mm feet
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Peak Capacity
[_____] L/second gpm flow
Total Dynamic Head
[_____] mm feet
Suction and Discharge Check Valve Size
[_____] mm inches
Pump Speed
[_____] strokes per minute
Motor Type
[_____]
Electrical Characteristics
[_____] volts ac, [_____] phase, [60]
[_____] Hz
Size
Within rated load driving pump at
specified rpm
[_____]
Pump Control
2.8.2
Casing
All interior wetted parts shall be lined with [6.4 mm 1/4 inch thick
chlorosulfonated polyethylene]. The pump body shall be designed to permit
access to the casing interior without disassembling the suction and
discharge piping.
2.8.3
Suction and Discharge Check Valves
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Specify the appropriate type of valve for the
material to be pumped. If large, pipe-size solids
are to be pumped, specify the flap check valve. If
maintenance will be infrequent, specify the in-line
ball check valve. For other applications specify
the quick-opening ball check valve.
**************************************************************************
The suction and discharge check valves shall be of the [quick opening ball
check type,] [in-line ball check type,] [or] [in-line flap check type].
[Quick-opening ball check valves shall have replaceable [stainless steel,]
[bronze,] [or] [cast iron] seats and an easily removable cover plate to
permit inspection and cleaning of the valve interior without disassembling
the adjacent piping.] [In-line ball check valves shall have a streamlined
internal design, eliminating projections on which material can collect.]
[In-line flap check valves shall have an elastomeric seal on the disc to
insure sealing and shall have a removable cover to permit inspection and
cleaning of the valve interior without disassembling the adjacent piping.]
2.8.4
Pulsation Dampers
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Specify inlet pulsation dampers for pumps
with high suction head and discharge pulsation
dampers for pumps with high discharge head.
**************************************************************************
An air chamber type pulsation damper shall be provided on the pump [inlet]
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[and] [discharge].
2.8.5
Air-Operated Actuators
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Delete inapplicable drive type, mechanical or
air-operated.
**************************************************************************
A complete air operated actuator shall be provided, with all accessories
required for proper operation, including the following:
2.8.5.1
Valve
A three-way solenoid valve on the air supply line.
on a signal from the flow control timer.
2.8.5.2
The valve shall operate
Timer
An adjustable solid state flow control timer to control pump stroke rate
and length. Stroke rate shall be adjustable from 0 to [40] [_____] strokes
per minute. Stroke length shall be adjustable from [0.75] [_____] to
[1.25] [_____] seconds.
2.8.5.3
Muffler
An air exhaust muffler to ensure quiet operation.
2.8.5.4
Pressure Regulator
An air pressure regulator to maintain a constant air supply pressure to the
pumping system. The air pressure regulator shall be field adjustable from
[_____] to [_____] kPa [_____] to [_____] psi.
2.8.5.5
Strainer
An air supply strainer to remove particles larger than [_____] microns from
the air supply. The strainer shall have a removable cover to permit
cleaning without dismantling adjacent piping.
2.8.5.6
Assist
Spring assist or air cylinder assist as required for adequate suction lift.
2.8.6
Mechanical Actuators
The mechanical actuator shall consist of an electric motor and [gear
reducer] [belt drive] connected to the diaphragm by a connecting rod and
eccentric.
2.9
RECESSED IMPELLER PUMPS
Recessed impeller pumps shall be of the vortex type designed to handle
fluids containing solids, air, and stringy material normally found in
sewage. Pumps shall be designed to pump solids up to 76 mm 3 inches in
diameter.
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2.9.1
Pump Characteristics
Pump number[s] [_____] located in [_____] shall have the following
operating characteristics:
Pump Service
[_____]
Design Operating Point
[_____] L/second gpm flow at [_____] mm
feet head
Maximum Operating Point
[_____] L/second gpm flow at [_____] mm
feet head
Minimum Operating Point
[_____] L/second gpm flow at [_____] mm
feet head
Discharge Diameter
[_____] mm feet
Suction Diameter
[_____] mm feet
Operating Speed
[_____] rpm
Maximum NPSH Required at Maximum Operating
Point
[_____]
Seal Type
[packing] [mechanical]
Motor Type
[_____]
Electrical Characteristics
[_____] volts ac, [_____] phase, [60]
[_____] Hz
Size
Within rated load driving pump at
specified rpm
Pump Control
[_____]
2.9.2
Pump Casing
Pump casing shall be constructed with tapped and plugged holes for priming,
venting, and drainage of the pump. The casing shall be capable of
withstanding pressures 50 percent greater than the maximum operating
pressure. All internal casing clearances shall be equal to the discharge
nozzle diameter so that all material that can pass through the discharge
nozzle can pass through the casing. Casing connections shall be flanged.
2.9.3
Impeller
The impeller shall be of the recessed design. The impeller shall be
securely keyed to the shaft with a locking arrangement whereby the impeller
cannot be loosened from either forward or reverse direction.
2.9.4
Pump Shaft
**************************************************************************
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NOTE: Specify manufacturer's standard pump shaft
material. High grade alloy steel is standard with
most manufacturers.
**************************************************************************
Pump shaft shall be of [high grade alloy steel] [or] [stainless steel] and
shall be sized to provide a minimum amount of deflection.
2.9.5
Sleeve
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Specify manufacturer's standard pump shaft
sleeve material. Stainless steel is standard with
most manufacturers.
**************************************************************************
The pump shaft shall be protected throughout the packing area by a
removable [stainless steel] [or] [bronze] sleeve.
2.9.6
Seals
A stuffing box, designed for the interchangeable use of packing or
mechanical seals, and suitable for use of grease, oil, or water as the
sealing liquid, shall be provided.
2.9.6.1
Packing
The stuffing box shall be designed to accommodate a minimum of [_____]
rings of [graphite] [oil] impregnated [nonasbestos] [metallic] packing with
lantern ring and packing gland. Packing shall be readily removable from
the shaft.
2.9.6.2
Mechanical Seals
Mechanical seals shall be of the [single] [double] type of [carbon-ceramic]
[tungsten carbide] construction. Each seal interface shall be held in
place by its own [stainless steel] spring system. The seal system shall be
constructed to be readily removable from the shaft.
2.9.7
Bearings
Pump bearings shall be antifriction ball or roller type bearings designed
to carry all radial or thrust loads. Bearings shall be [grease] [oil]
lubricated and shall be contained in dust- and moisture-proof housings.
[An oil reservoir with overflow and drain openings shall be provided.] [A
grease fitting of the type that prevents overlubrication shall be provided.
If the grease fitting is not readily accessible, an extension tube shall be
provided.]
2.10
ROTARY LOBE PUMPS
Rotary lobe pumps shall be of the positive displacement type and shall
consist of two tri-lobe rotors which draw product into pockets formed
between the rotors and rotor case and push pumped material 180 degrees
around the interior of the contoured rotor case and out through the
discharge port.
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2.10.1
Pump Characteristics
Pump number[s] located in [_____] shall have the following characteristics:
Pump Service
[_____]
Design Capacity
[_____] to [_____] L/second [_____] to
[_____] gpm
Operating Head
[_____] mm feet maximum to [_____] mm feet
minimum
Operating Speed
[_____] rpm
Discharge Diameter
[_____] mm feet
Suction Diameter
[_____] mm feet
Motor Type
[_____]
Electrical Characteristics
[_____] volts ac, [_____] phase, [60]
[_____] Hz
Size
Within rated load driving pump at
specified rpm
Pump Control
[_____]
2.10.2
Casing
Rotor casing shall be constructed of [ductile iron] [cast iron]. The gear
casing shall be constructed of cast iron. A removable end cover shall
allow access to tri-rotor elements without need to disturb packing glands,
bearings, suction, or discharge connections.
2.10.3
Rotors
Pump rotors shall be tri-lobe form [profile machined in cast iron] [high
quality tool steel encapsulated in urethane] [stainless steel]. A
removable and replaceable wear plate shall be provided between the rotors
and rotor case to protect the rotor case from wear. Rotors shall be
located on shafts by positive locking assembly.
2.10.4
Shafts and Sleeves
Shafts shall be of [high grade alloy steel] [_____] fitted with replaceable
stainless shaft sleeves where passing through gland area. Shafts shall be
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timed in their rotation by zero backlash timing gears keyed to shafts and
running in a separate oil chamber gear case. Seals shall prevent ingress
of pumped material into gear case.
2.10.5
Packing Glands
Seals shall be of adjustable packing gland type. Stuffing box glands shall
be provided with split lantern rings for through water flush.
2.10.6
Bearings
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NOTE: Specify L-10 life expectancy based on check
with manufacturers for actual pump models under
consideration.
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Pump shall have heavy duty antifriction roller or ball type bearings for
shaft support, with a ABEMA L-10 life of [40,000] [100,000] hours at
maximum operating conditions. Oil seals shall prevent ingress of pumpage
into gear case. A slinger for each shaft shall be provided.
2.11
ELECTRICAL WORK
Provide electrical motor driven equipment specified complete with motors,
motor starters, controls and wiring in accordance with Section 26 20 00
INTERIOR DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM. Electrical characteristics shall be as
specified or indicated. Motor starters shall be provided complete with
thermal overload protection and other appurtenances necessary for the motor
control specified. Manual or automatic control and protective or signal
devices required for the operation specified, and any control wiring
required for controls and devices but not shown, shall be provided.
PART 3
3.1
EXECUTION
EXAMINATION
After becoming familiar with all details of the work, verify all dimensions
in the field, and advise the Contracting Officer of any discrepancy before
performing the work.
3.2
EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION
Submit Drawings containing complete wiring and schematic diagrams and any
other details required to demonstrate that the system has been coordinated
and will properly function as a unit. Show on the Drawings proposed layout
and anchorage of equipment and appurtenances, and equipment relationship to
other parts of the work including clearances for maintenance and operation.
3.2.1
Pump Installation
Install pumping equipment and appurtenances in the position indicated and
in accordance with the manufacturer's written instructions. Provide all
appurtenances required for a complete and operating pumping system,
including such items as piping, conduit, valves, wall sleeves, wall pipes,
concrete foundations, anchors, grouting, pumps, drivers, power supply, seal
water units, and controls.
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3.2.2
Concrete
Concrete shall conform to Section 03 30 00.00 10 CAST-IN-PLACE CONCRETE.
3.2.3
Grouting Screw Pump Flow Channel
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NOTE: Delete if no screw pumps.
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After installation and adjustment of the screw pump, place grout in the
flow channel to the configuration and dimensions indicated and as required
to insure a proper fit between the screw pump and flow channel. A radius
screed provided by the pump manufacturer shall be temporarily attached to
provide proper clearance between the screw and the flow channel. The flow
channel shall be grouted in strict accordance with the manufacturer's
instructions.
3.3
PAINTING
Pumps and motors shall be thoroughly cleaned, primed, and given two finish
coats of paint at the factory in accordance with the recommendations of the
manufacturer. Field painting required for ferrous surfaces not finished at
the factory is specified in Section 09 90 00 PAINTS AND COATINGS.
3.4
FRAMED INSTRUCTIONS
Post, where directed, framed instructions containing wiring and control
diagrams under glass or in laminated plastic. Condensed operating
instructions, prepared in typed form, shall be framed as specified above
and posted beside the diagrams. Post the framed instructions before
acceptance testing of the system. Submit pump characteristic curves
showing capacity in gpm, net positive suction head (NPSH), head,
efficiency, and pumping horsepower from 0 gpm to 110 percent (100 percent
for positive displacement pumps) of design capacity. Submit a complete
list of equipment and material, including manufacturer's descriptive data
and technical literature, performance charts and curves, catalog cuts, and
installation instructions. Diagrams, instructions, and other sheets
proposed for posting.
3.5
3.5.1
FIELD TESTING AND ADJUSTING EQUIPMENT
Operational Test
Prior to acceptance, an operational test of all pumps, drivers, and control
systems shall be performed to determine if the installed equipment meets
the purpose and intent of the specifications. Tests shall demonstrate that
the equipment is not electrically, mechanically, structurally, or otherwise
defective; is in safe and satisfactory operating condition; and conforms
with the specified operating characteristics. Prior to applying electrical
power to any motor driven equipment, the drive train shall be rotated by
hand to demonstrate free operation of all mechanical parts. Tests shall
include checks for excessive vibration, leaks in all piping and seals,
correct operation of control systems and equipment, proper alignment,
excessive noise levels, and power consumption.
3.5.2
Retesting
If any deficiencies are revealed during any test, such deficiencies shall
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be corrected and the tests shall be reconducted.
3.5.3
Performance Test Reports
Submit performance test reports in booklet form showing all field tests
performed to adjust each component and all field tests performed to prove
compliance with the specified performance criteria, upon completion and
testing of the installed system. In each test report indicate the final
position of controls.
3.6
MANUFACTURER'S SERVICES
Provide the services of a manufacturer's representative who is experienced
in the installation, adjustment, and operation of the equipment specified.
The representative shall supervise the installation, adjustment, and
testing of the equipment.
3.7
FIELD TRAINING
Provide a field training course for designated operating and maintenance
staff members. Training shall be provided for a total period of [_____]
hours of normal working time and shall start after the system is
functionally complete but prior to final acceptance tests. Field training
shall cover all of the items contained in the operating and maintenance
manuals. Submit [six] [_____] copies of operation and [six] [_____] copies
of maintenance manuals for the equipment furnished. One complete set prior
to performance testing and the remainder upon acceptance. Operation
manuals shall detail the step-by-step procedures required for system
startup, operation, and shutdown. Include in the operation manuals the
manufacturer's name, model number, parts list, and brief description of all
equipment and their basic operating features. List in the maintenance
manuals routine maintenance procedures, possible breakdowns and repairs,
and troubleshooting guides. Maintenance manuals shall include piping and
equipment layout and simplified wiring and control diagrams of the system
as installed. Manuals shall be approved prior to the field training course.
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