PC Transfer Perform Pump - Installation and Operating Instructions

PC Transfer Perform Pump - Installation and Operating Instructions
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PC Transfer Perform Pump
Installation, Operating and Maintenance Instructions
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Table of contents
1
ATEX warning statements..................................................................................................................... 6
1.1
Pumps and pump units............................................................................................................................ 6
2.Installation.............................................................................................................................................. 7
2.1
Installation and safety recommendations ................................................................................................ 7
2.1.1General ................................................................................................................................................... 7
2.1.2
System design & installation ................................................................................................................... 7
2.2Handling................................................................................................................................................... 8
2.3
Storage and infrequent operation ............................................................................................................ 8
2.3.1
Short term storage................................................................................................................................... 8
2.3.2
Long term storage.................................................................................................................................... 8
2.4Electrical .................................................................................................................................................. 8
2.5
Pressure relief valves and non-return valves........................................................................................... 8
2.6
General safety.......................................................................................................................................... 9
2.7
Duty conditions......................................................................................................................................... 9
3
Start-up procedure................................................................................................................................. 9
3.1
Dry running............................................................................................................................................... 9
3.2
Pump rotation details............................................................................................................................... 9
3.3
Gland packing........................................................................................................................................ 10
3.4
Mechanical seals - all pumps................................................................................................................. 10
3.5Guards................................................................................................................................................... 10
3.6
Warning / Control device........................................................................................................................ 10
3.7
Pump operating temperature................................................................................................................. 10
3.8
Noise levels............................................................................................................................................ 10
3.9Lubrication.............................................................................................................................................. 11
3.10
Pump units ............................................................................................................................................ 11
3.11
Cleaning prior to operation .................................................................................................................... 11
3.12
Explosive products/hazardous atmospheres ........................................................................................ 12
3.13
Access ports .......................................................................................................................................... 12
3.14
Adjustable stators .................................................................................................................................. 12
3.15
Maintenance of wearing components ................................................................................................... 13
3.15.1 Rotor and stator .................................................................................................................................... 13
3.15.2 Drive shaft - packed gland .................................................................................................................... 13
3.15.3 Coupling rod joints ................................................................................................................................ 13
Sulzer reserves the right to alter specifications due to technical developments !
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3.15.4
Flexishaft drive pumps .......................................................................................................................... 13
3.16
Mechanical speed variators .................................................................................................................. 13
4.0
Assembly and dismantling ................................................................................................................. 13
4.1
Use of items not approved or manufactured by Sulzer ......................................................................... 13
4.2
Disposal of worn components................................................................................................................ 13
5
Pump coding........................................................................................................................................ 14
6
Recommended lifting points............................................................................................................... 15
7
Pump and wear part weights (kg)....................................................................................................... 16
8
Diagnostic chart................................................................................................................................... 17
9
Drawing reference numbers................................................................................................................ 18
9.1
M41 and above excluding M82.............................................................................................................. 18
9.2M82........................................................................................................................................................ 19
9.3
M44 & M54............................................................................................................................................. 20
9.4
M64, M74 & M84.................................................................................................................................... 21
9.5
MB1 & MBL............................................................................................................................................ 22
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Exploded view drawings..................................................................................................................... 23
10.1
M41 - M8L.............................................................................................................................................. 23
10.2M82........................................................................................................................................................ 24
10.3
M91 and above...................................................................................................................................... 25
10.4
M44 and M54......................................................................................................................................... 26
10.5
M64, M74, M84 & MA2.......................................................................................................................... 27
10.6
MB1 and MBL......................................................................................................................................... 28
10.7
Packed gland......................................................................................................................................... 29
10.8
Bearing housing only.............................................................................................................................. 30
11
Drive shaft assembly with plug.......................................................................................................... 31
12
Tightening torques (Nm)..................................................................................................................... 32
13
Rotor and stator change dismantling procedures............................................................................ 33
14
Rotor and stator change assembly procedures................................................................................ 38
15
Complete dismantling procedures..................................................................................................... 44
16
Complete assembly procedures......................................................................................................... 53
17
Pin joint lubrication.............................................................................................................................. 64
18
Recommended lubrication and service intervals............................................................................. 64
19
Setting lengths for mechanical seals................................................................................................. 65
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Symbols and notices used in this booklet:
Presence of dangerous voltage.
Non-compliance may result in personal injury.
NOTE
Important information for particular attention.
1
ATEX warning statements
1.1
Pumps and pump units
1. Where a pump or pump unit is to be installed in a potentially explosive atmosphere ensure that this has
been specified at the time of purchase and that the equipment has been supplied accordingly and displays
an ATEX nameplate or is supplied with a certificate of conformity. If there is any doubt as to the suitability
of the equipment please contact Sulzer before commencing with installation and commissioning.
2. Process liquids or fluids should be kept within specified temperature limits otherwise the surface of pump
or system components may become an ignition source due to temperature rises. Where the process liquid
temperature is less that 90 ºC the maximum surface temperature will not exceed 90 ºC provided the pump
is installed, operated and maintained in accordance with this manual. Where the process fluid temperature
exceeds 90 ºC the maximum surface temperature will be equal to the maximum process fluid temperature.
3. Cavities that could allow the accumulation of explosive gases, such as under guards, should where
possible, be designed out of the system. Where this is not possible they should be fully purged before any
work is carried out on the pump or system.
4. Electrical installation and maintenance work should only be carried out by suitably qualified and competent
persons and must be in accordance with relevant electrical regulations.
5. All electrical equipment, including control and safety devices, should be suitably rated for the environment
into which they are installed.
6. Where there may be a risk of an accumulation of explosive gases or dust, non-sparking tools should be
used for installation and maintenance.
7. In addition to causing permanent damage to the stator, dry-running of the pump could generate a rapid
rise in the temperature of the stator tube or barrel, which could become an ignition source. It is therefore
essential that a dry-run protection device be fitted. This must shut the pump down immediately should a
dry-run situation occur. Details of suitable devices are available from Sulzer.
8. To minimise the risk of sparking or temperature rises due to mechanical or electrical overload the
following control and safety devices should be fitted in addition to a dry-run protection system:
(a) a pressure relief system whereby the pump can not generate pressures in excess of the maximum rated
pressure or an over-pressure device which should shut the pump down when the maximum discharge
pressure is exceeded.
(b) a control system that will shut the pump down if the motor current or temperature exceed specified
limits. (c) an isolator switch that will disconnect all electrical supply to the motor and ancillary electrical equipment
and be capable of being locked in the off position.
All control and safety devices should be fitted, operated and maintained in accordance with the
manufacturer’s instructions. All valves on the system should be open when the pump is started, otherwise
serious mechanical overload and failure may result.
9. It is important that the pump rotates in the direction indicated on the nameplate. This must be checked on
installation and commissioning and after any maintenance has been carried out. Failure to observe this
may lead to dry-running or mechanical or electrical overload.
10. When fitting drives, couplings, belts, pulleys and guards to a pump or pump unit it is essential that these
are correctly fitted, aligned, and adjusted, in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. Failure to do
so may result in sparking due to unintended mechanical contact or temperature rises due to mechanical or
electrical overload or slipping of drive belts. Regular inspection of these parts must be carried out to ensure
they are in good condition and replacement of any suspect part must be carried out immediately.
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11. Mechanical seals should be suitably rated for the environment. The seal and any associated equipment,
such as a flushing system, must be installed, operated, and maintained in accordance with the
manufacturer’s instructions.
12. Where a packed gland seal is fitted this must be correctly fitted and adjusted. This type of seal relies on
the process liquid to cool the shaft and packing rings, so a constant drip of liquid from the gland section is
required. Where this is undesirable an alternative seal type should be fitted.
13. Failure to operate or maintain the pump and ancillary equipment in line with the manufacturer’s instructions
may lead to premature and potentially dangerous failure of components. Regular inspection, and where
necessary replacement, of bearings and lubrication is essential.
14. The pump and its components have been designed to ensure safe operation within the guidelines covered
by legislation. Accordingly, Sulzer have declared the machine safe to use for the duty specified as defined
by the Declaration of Conformity that is issued with this instruction manual.
15. The use of replacement parts that are not manufactured by or approved by Sulzer may affect the safe
operation of the pump and it may therefore become a safety hazard to both operators and other equipment.
In these circumstances the Declaration provided will become invalid. The guarantee referenced on the
Terms and Conditions of Sale will also be invalidated.
2.Installation
2.1
Installation and safety recommendations
In common with other items of process plant a pump must be installed correctly to ensure satisfactory and safe
operation. The pump must also be maintained to a suitable standard. Following these recommendations will
ensure that the safety of personnel and satisfactory operation of the pump is achieved.
2.1.1General
When handling harmful or objectionable materials, adequate ventilation must be provided in order to disperse
dangerous concentrations of vapours. It is recommended that wherever possible, Sulzer pumps should be
installed with provision for adequate lighting, thus ensuring that effective maintenance can be carried out
in satisfactory conditions. With certain product materials, a hosing down facility with adequate draining will
simplify maintenance and prolong the life of pump components.
Pumps operating on high temperature duties should be allowed to cool sufficiently before any maintenance is
carried out.
2.1.2
System design & installation
At the system design stage, consideration must be given to provision of filler plugs, and the installation of
non-return and/or isolating valves. Pumps cannot be reliably used as non-return valves. Pumps in parallel and
those with high static discharge head must be fitted with non-return valves.
The pumps must also be protected by suitable devices against over-pressure and dry-running.
i.
Horizontal mounting
Sulzer PC pumps are normally installed in a horizontal position with baseplates mounted on a flat
surface, grouted-in and bolted, thus ensuring firm fixing and a reduction in noise and vibration.
The unit should be checked after bolting down to ensure that the alignment of the pump to its prime
mover is correct.
ii.
Vertical mounting
If it is intended to mount any pump in a vertical position, please consult Sulzer prior to ordering. Where
a mechanical seal is fitted it must be provided with a suitable quench system.
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2.2Handling
During installation and maintenance, attention must be paid to the safe handling of all items.
Where a pump or its components weigh in excess of 20 kg (45 lb) it is recommended that
suitable lifting tackle should be used to ensure that personal injury or damage to components
does not occur.
For safe handling of both bareshaft pumps and pump units (pump/gearbox/motor etc.) slings should be used.
The position of the slings will depend upon the specific pump/unit construction and should be carried out by
personnel with the relevant experience to ensure that the pump is not damaged and injury to personnel does
not occur.
If eyebolts do exist then these should only be used for lifting the individual components for which they are
supplied.
2.3
Storage and infrequent operation
The situation where a pump is used infrequently is also covered by the instructions in this section.
2.3.1
Short term storage
Where a pump has to be stored for six months or less then the following steps are advised:
1. Store pump inside wherever possible or if this is not feasible then provide protective covering. Do not allow
moisture to collect around the pump.
2. Remove the drain plug if fitted. Any inspection plates fitted should also be removed to ensure that the
suction housing can drain and dry completely.
3. Loosen the packed gland and inject sufficient grease into the stuffing box. Tighten the gland nut hand tight.
If a water flush system is to be used do not grease. A small amount of light oil is recommended for these.
4. See manufacturers instructions for motor/gearbox/drive instructions for storage procedures.
2.3.2
Long term storage
If the pump is to be kept in storage for more than six months, then in addition to the above, the following
procedures should be carried out regularly (every 2 - 3 weeks if possible):
1. If practicable rotate the pump at least three quarters of one revolution to avoid the rotor setting in the stator.
2. Note, however, that the pump is not to be rotated for more than two revolutions each time because damage
could be caused to the rotor/stator elements.
Before installing the pump after storage please ensure that all plugs and inspection plates are
replaced and that excess grease/oil is removed from the stuffing box.
2.4Electrical
2.5
Electrical connection should only be made using equipment suitable for both rating and
environment.
Where any doubts exist regarding the suitability of equipment, Sulzer should be consulted
before proceeding. Normally the Sulzer pump should be installed with starting equipment
arranged to give direct-on-line starting.
Earthing points will be provided on electric drives (if supplied) and it is essential that these
are correctly connected. When the motor is being wired and checked for rotation, the start/
stop sequence must be instantaneous to prevent dry running (see Section 3) or pressurising
upstream equipment (check direction arrow on pump nameplate). The electrical installation
should include appropriate isolating equipment to ensure that the pump, drive and motor, or
macerator grinder motor is safe to work on.
Pressure relief valves and non-return valves
1. It is recommended that a suitable safety device is installed on the discharge side of the pump to prevent
over-pressurisation of the system.
2. It is also recommended that a non-return valve is installed on the discharge side of the pump to prevent
reverse flow through the system.
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When both are installed it is advised that the relief valve is positioned closer to the pump than the non-return
valve.
The pump must never run against a closed inlet or outlet valve, as this could result in
mechanical failure.
2.6
General safety
All guards and removable maintain-in-place covers must be in place and securely fitted while
the machine is running.
Great care must be taken to protect all electrical equipment from splashing when hosing
down. Where Sulzer have supplied a bareshaft pump the onus is on the user to fit adequate
guards in compliance with the requirements of the relevant regulations.
Inspection port covers/ports must not be opened while the machine is running.
All nuts and bolts, securing flanges and base mounting fixtures must be checked for tightness before operation.
To eliminate vibration, the pump must be correctly aligned with the drive unit, and all guards must be securely
fixed in position. When commissioning the plant, all joints in the system must be checked thoroughly for
leakage.
If, when starting, the pump does not appear to operate correctly (see Section 3), the plant must be shut
down immediately and the cause of the malfunction established before operations are recommenced. It is
recommended that, depending upon plant system operation, either a combined vacuum and pressure gauge or
a vacuum gauge only be fitted to the pump inlet port, and a pressure gauge fitted to the outlet port. These will
then continuously monitor the pump operating conditions.
May contain substances from the ECHA SVHC Candidates List (REACH - Regulation (EC) No. 1907/2006).
2.7
Duty conditions
Pumps should only be installed on duties for which Sulzer have specified the materials of construction, flow
rates, pressure, temperature, speed etc. Where dangerous materials are to be pumped, consideration must be
given to the safe discharge from relief valves, gland drains etc.
If the duty should be changed, Sulzer should be contacted and their recommendations sought
in the interest of application, safety of plant, efficiency, and pump life.
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Start-up procedure
Pumps must be filled with liquid before starting. The initial filling is not for priming purposes, but to provide the
necessary lubrication of the stator until the pump primes itself. When the pump is stopped, sufficient liquid will
normally be trapped in the rotor/stator assembly to provide lubrication upon re-starting.
If however, the pump has been left standing for an appreciable time, moved to a new location, or has been
dismantled and re-assembled, it must be refilled with liquid and given a few turns before starting. The pump is
normally somewhat stiff to turn by hand owing to the close rotor/stator fit. However, this stiffness disappears
when the pump is running normally against pressure.
3.1
3.2
Dry running
Never run the pump in a dry condition even for a few revolutions or the stator will be damaged
immediately. Continual dry running could produce some harmful or damaging effects.
Pump rotation details
PC transfer pumps are bi-directional. Anti-clockwise determines that the inlet is at the drive end.
Before the direction of rotation is changed, Sulzer must be consulted so that the suitability of the pump can be confirmed when operating on the new duty.
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3.3
Gland packing
Where a pump is supplied fitted with gland packing (manufactured from a non-asbestos material), the gland
will require adjustment during the initial running-in period. Newly packed glands must be allowed to run-in with
only finger-tight compression on the gland follower nuts. This should continue for about three days. The gland
follower should be gradually tightened over the next week to achieve a leakage rate as shown in the table
below. Gland followers should be adjusted at regular intervals to maintain the recommended leakage flow rate.
Under normal working conditions a slight drip from the gland under pressure assists in cooling and lubricating
the packing. A correctly adjusted gland will always have a small leakage of fluid.
When properly adjusted, packed gland sealing systems will always have a small leakage of
potentially hazardous fluid. Adequate personal protective equipment must be worn at all
times to prevent injury from hazardous leakage.
Typical leakage rates from packed glands:
Up to 50mm shaft diameter
50 … 75mm shaft diameter
75 … 100mm shaft diameter
2 drops per minute
3 drops per minute
4 drops per minute
100 … 125mm shaft diameter
5 drops per minute
125 … 160mm shaft diameter
6 drops per minute
A gland drip is, however, undesirable when handling corrosive, degreasing, or abrasive materials. Under these
conditions the gland must be tightened the minimum amount whilst the pump is running, to ensure satisfactory
sealing when under pressure, or to stop entry of air when under suction conditions.
The gland leakage of toxic, corrosive or hazardous liquids can cause problems of compatibility with the
construction materials of the pumps.
Provision of a gland drain should be considered, especially for the leakage of hazardous products.
Care is required when adjusting the gland whilst the pump is running.
3.4
Mechanical seals - all pumps
When a mechanical seal is fitted to the pump it may be necessary to provide a barrier fluid to some part of the
seal. This should be provided in line with the seal manufacturers instructions.
Where a pump is supplied without a drive, it is necessary to fit the mechanical seal (supplied separately) prior to
fitting the gearbox and motor.
3.5Guards
3.6
In the interests of safety, all guards must be replaced after necessary adjustments have been made to the pump.
Warning / Control device
Prior to operating the pump, if any warning or control devices are fitted, these must be set in accordance with
their specific instructions.
3.7
Pump operating temperature
The range of temperatures the pump surfaces will develop is dependent upon factors such as product
temperature and ambient temperature of the installation. There may be instances where the external pump
surface can exceed 50 ºC.
In these instances, personnel must be made aware of this and suitable warnings/guarding used.
3.8
Noise levels
1. The sound pressure level should not exceed 85dB at one metre distance from the pump.
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2. This is based on a typical installation and does not necessarily include noise from other sources or any
contribution from building reverberation or installation pipework.
3. It is recommended that the actual pump unit noise levels are ascertained once the unit is installed and
running at duty conditions.
3.9Lubrication
Pumps fitted with bearings should be inspected periodically to see if grease replenishment is necessary, and if
so, grease should be added until the chambers at the ends of the bearing spacer are approximately one third
full.
Periodic bearing inspection is necessary to maintain optimum bearing performance. The most expedient time
to inspect is during periods of regular scheduled equipment downtime for routine maintenance, or downtime for
any other reason.
Under tropical or other arduous conditions however, a more frequent examination may be necessary. It is
therefore advisable to establish a correct maintenance schedule or periodic inspection.
BP LC2 / Mobilgrease XHP 222 or their equivalent must be used for replenishment.
3.10
Pump units
Where a pump unit is dismantled and re-assembled, consideration must be given to ensure that where
appropriate the following steps are covered.
1. Correct alignment of pump/gearbox.
2. Use of appropriate couplings and bushes.
3. Use of appropriate belts and pulleys correctly tensioned.
3.11
Cleaning prior to operation
i.
Non-food use
During the commissioning of a new pump or re-commissioning of an overhauled pump, it is advisable to clean the pump prior to the initial operation of the pump in the process.
ii.
Food use
When a pump has been supplied for a food application, it is important to ensure that the pump is clean
prior to initial operation of the pump.
Therefore, it is important that a clean-in-place treatment is executed on the pump at the following times:
1.
When the pump is first commissioned for use.
2.
When any spare components are fitted into the wetted area of the pump.
A recommended CIP procedure is as follows:
Caustic wash: LQ94 ex Lever Diversey or equivalent 2% concentration.
Acid wash: P3 Horolith 617 ex Henkel Ecolab or equivalent 1% concentration.
Procedure:
1. Caustic wash @ 75 °C for 20 mins
2. Water rinse @ 80 °C for 20 mins
3. Acid wash @ 50 °C for 20 mins
4. Water rinse @ 80 °C for 20 mins
This procedure should not be used on the CP pump range. Please consult our application engineers for a suitable procedure.
• CIP flow rates (hence pump speeds) should be maximised to achieve highest level of cleanability. A C.I.P. liquid velocity of 1.5 to 2.0 m/s is required for removal of solids and soiling. Pumps fitted with CIP by-pass ports will permit higher flow rates without the need to increase pump speed.
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The use of neat active caustic and acid chemicals is not recommended. Proprietary cleaning agents should
be used in line with manufacturers instructions.
•
All seals and gaskets should be replaced with new if disturbed during maintenance.
•
Pump internals should be regularly inspected to ensure hygienic integrity is maintained, especially with
respect to elastomeric components and seals, and replaced if necessary. The four stages constitute one cycle and we recommend that this cycle is used to clean the pump before
use on food. Once the pump has been commissioned, the cleaning process will depend upon the application. The user
must therefore ensure that their cleaning procedures are suitable for the duty for which the pump has been
purchased.
3.12
Explosive products/hazardous atmospheres
In certain instances the product being pumped may well be of a hazardous nature.
In these installations consideration must be given to provide suitable protection and appropriate warnings to
safeguard personnel and plant.
3.13
Access ports
Where access ports are fitted then the following steps must be followed prior to removal:
1. Pump must be shut down and the electrical supply isolated.
2. Protective clothing should be worn, especially if the pumped product is obnoxious.
3. Remove access plate with care, utilising where possible, drip trays to collect product leakage.
Access ports are included to assist in removing blockages and to allow a visual check on the components
within the suction chamber. It is not to be considered as an additional method in dismantling the pump.
Re-assembly of the plate should be completed using new gaskets prior to the pump being switched on.
3.14
Adjustable stators
If adjustable stators are fitted then the following steps must be followed for adjusting the clamping devices.
The adjustable stator assembly is designed to give an even compression around the stator circumference. It is
designed to be used when pump performance reduces through wear to an unacceptable level, to restore the
required flow rate.
The stator compression is increased using the following steps:
1. Release the six locking screws half a turn.
2. Tighten the eight clamp screws until adjustment allowed by releasing the lock screws has been taken up.
3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 until the pump performance has been restored to its former level.
NOTE It is imperative that when adjusting the stator, only sufficient pressure is placed on
the stator to enable the capacity of the pump to be reinstated.
Over-tightening of the stator could easily result in damage to the driver by overload
and so extreme care must be taken when carrying out these adjustments.
It is therefore advisable to make the adjustment while the pump is running and power
readings can be monitored.
Removal of adjustable stator:
The procedure for removal of an adjustable stator is the same as that of a standard one, except it is necessary
to remove the clamp plates before the stator can be twisted off the rotor.
This can be done by undoing the clamp screws; then releasing the clamp plate by using the locking screws as
jacking screws to remove the clamp plates.
Re-assembly will be done using the reverse procedure.
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Maintenance of wearing components
3.15.1 Rotor and stator
The wear rate on these components is dependent on many factors, such as product abrasivity, speed, pressure
etc. When pump performance has reduced to an unacceptable level one or possibly both items will need
replacing.
3.15.2 Drive shaft - packed gland
The wear rate of the gland area is dependent on many factors such as product abrasivity and speed. Regular
gland maintenance will maximise the life of the shaft. Replacement of both the gland packing and shaft will be
necessary when shaft sealing becomes difficult to achieve.
3.15.3 Coupling rod joints
Regular maintenance and lubrication will maximise life of the joints.
Replacement of one or both joint assemblies, and possibly the coupling rod, may be necessary when wear is
apparent.
To ensure maximum life, it is essential to replace all the joint items with genuine Sulzer parts.
3.15.4
Flexishaft drive pumps
With this design there are no wearing items to replace in the drive train, however, if during routine inspection the
shaft is visibly damaged / distorted or the protective coating is damaged, then this item should be replaced to
avoid unexpected breakdowns.
3.16
Mechanical speed variators
Refer to the manufacturers instructions.
These machines require regular maintenance, which typically includes weekly adjustment through the full
speed range.
4.0
Assembly and dismantling
Sections 13 - 16 contain the steps to dismantle and re-assemble the pump. All fastenings must be tightened
securely and when identified the appropriate torque figures should be used (see Section 12).
4.1
Use of items not approved or manufactured by Sulzer
The pump and its components have been designed to ensure that the pump will operate safely within the
guidelines covered by legislation.
As a consequence, Sulzer have declared the machine safe to use for the duty specified as defined by the
Declaration of Conformity that is issued with this Instruction Manual.
The use of replacement items that are not approved by or manufactured by Sulzer may affect the safe operation
of the pump and it may therefore become a safety hazard to both operators and other equipment. In these
instances the declaration provided will therefore become invalid. The guarantee referenced in the Terms and
Conditions of Sale will also be invalidated if replacement items are used that are not approved or manufactured
by Sulzer.
4.2
Disposal of worn components
When replacing wearing parts, please ensure disposal of used parts is carried out in compliance with
local environmental legislation. Particular care should be taken when disposing of lubricants.
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Pump coding
Range
Size
Stages
(max. pressure)
Casing Material
Rotating Parts
Rotor Size
Stator Material
Seal Type
Build Option
Example:
Transfer Perform
M
22 m³/h @ 1000 rpm
4
37 m³/h @ 800 rpm
5
57 m³/h @ 700 rpm
6
79 m³/h @ 600 rpm
7
97 m³/h @ 500 rpm
8
125 m³/h @ 450 rpm
9
165 m³/h @ 400rpm
A
225 m³/h @ 350 rpm
B
Single stage extended pitch, 4 - 6 Bar
L
Single stage, 6 Bar
1
Two stage, 12 Bar
2
Four stage, 24 Bar
4
Cast Iron
C
Stainless steel
S
Alloy steel with HCP
1
Stainless steel AISI 316
2
Stainless steel AISI 316 + HCP
3
Mk 0 (oversized)
Z
Mk 1 (standard)
A
Mk 3 (temperature)
C
Mk 5 (temperature)
E
Natural
A
EPDM
E
High nitrile
J
Nitrile NBR
R
Fluoroelastomer / Viton
V
Hypalon
H
White NBR
W
Polyester based urethane
K
Polyether based urethane
Y
Mechanical seal
M
Packed gland
P
A-size body
1
B-size body
2
M
4
L
C
3
A
R
M
2
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Recommended lifting points
1241-00
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*
120°
MAX
*
1
*
120°
MAX
*
2
*
120°
MAX
*
3
120°
MAX
*
*
4
Figure 1. recommended lifting points
*Choke
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Pump and wear part weights (kg)
Model
M41
M42
M44
M4L
M51
M52
M54
M5L
M61
M62
M64
M6L
M71
M72
M74
M7L
M81
M82
M84
M8L
M91
M92
M9L
MA1
MA2
MAL
MB1
MBL
Pump
Stator
Rotor
Coupling
Rod / Joint
Shaft
34.0
46.0
72.0
42.0
50.0
70.0
106.0
57.0
77.0
102.0
180.0
94.0
107.0
150.0
252.0
148.0
113.0
170.0
291.0
172.0
175.0
286.0
270.0
215.0
355.0
301.0
349.0
473.0
3.5
7.1
14.0
7.1
6.3
12.4
24.5
12.3
11.0
21.5
42.5
5.0
17.4
34.3
68.0
34.3
23.1
24.6
87.0
45.0
41.7
65.9
67.2
37.4
74.4
74.4
64.5
122.9
2.6
4.5
9.2
4.5
4.9
9.1
18.0
8.8
8.4
15.4
30.2
15.3
13.3
24.5
48.9
24.5
17.9
33.7
65.7
33.0
25.8
47.6
47.6
38.8
72.4
71.4
68.1
126.8
1.2
1.2
2.4
1.2
1.2
2.4
4.9
1.2
2.4
4.9
12.3
2.4
4.9
4.6
15.3
4.6
6.2
12.3
15.3
6.2
12.3
12.3
12.3
12.3
15.3
12.3
15.3
15.3
1.7
1.7
3.1
1.7
1.7
3.1
4.4
1.7
3.1
4.4
8.7
3.1
4.3
4.3
8.7
4.3
4.3
8.7
9.5
4.3
8.7
8.7
8.7
8.7
9.5
8.7
9.5
9.5
Installation, Operating and Maintenance Instructions (Original Instructions) 17
8
PC Transfer Perform Pump
Diagnostic chart
Symptoms
Possible causes
1.
NO DISCHARGE
1. 2. 3. 7. 26. 28. 29.
2.
LOSS OF CAPACITY
3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 22. 13. 16. 17. 21. 22. 23. 29
3.
IRREGULAR DISCHARGE
3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 13. 15. 29.
4.
PRIMING LOST AFTER START
3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 13. 15
5.
PUMP STALLS AT START UP
8. 11. 24.
6.
PUMP OVERHEATS
8. 9. 11. 12. 18. 20
7.
MOTOR OVERHEATS
8. 11. 12. 15. 18. 20.
8.
EXCESSIVE POWER ABSORBED BY PUMP
8. 11. 12. 15. 18. 20
9.
NOISE AND VIBRATION
3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 11. 13. 15. 18. 19. 20. 22. 23. 27. 31
10. PUMP ELEMENT WEAR
9. 11.
11. EXCESSIVE GLAND OR SEAL WEAR
12. 14. 25. 30.
12. GLAND LEAKAGE
13. 14.
13. SEIZURE
9. 11. 12. 20.
List of causes
Remedial actions
1. Incorrect direction of rotation
2. Pump unprimed
3. Insufficient NPSH available
4. Product vaporising in supply line
5. Air entering supply line
6. Insufficient head above supply vessel outlet
7. Foot valve/strainer obstructed or blocked
8. Product viscosity above rated figure
9. Product temp. above rated figure
10. Product viscosity below rated figure
11. Delivery pressure above rated figure
12. Gland overtight
13. Gland undertight
14. Gland flushing inadequate
15. Pump speed above rated figure
16. Pump speed below rated figure
17. Belt drive slipping
18. Coupling misaligned
19. Insecure pump/drive mounting
20. Shaft bearing wear/failure
21. Worn pump element
22. Relief valve chatter
23. R.V. incorrectly set
24. Low voltage
25. Product entering packing area
26. Drive train breakage
27. Negative or very low delivery head
28. Discharge blocked/valve closed
29. Stator turning
30. Stuffing box ‘eats’ packing
31. Vee belts
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
Reverse motor
Bleed system of air/gas
Increase suction head or reduce speed/temp.
Increase NPSH available (see 3 above)
Check pipe joints/gland adjustment
Raise vessel/increase pipe size
Clean out suction line/valves
Decrease pump speed/increase temp.
Cool the product
Increase pump speed/reduce temp.
Check for blockages in delivery line
Adjust gland see o&m instructions
Adjust gland see o&m instructions
Check fluid flows freely into gland
Decrease pump speed
Increase pump speed
Re-tension belts
Check and adjust alignment
Check and tighten all pump mountings
Replace bearings
Fit new parts
Check condition of valve/renew
Re-adjust spring compression
Check voltage/wiring sizes
Check packing condition and type
Check and replace broken components
Close delivery valve slightly
Reverse pump/relieve pressure/clear blockages
Replace worn parts/tighten up stator bolts
Check for worn shaft and replace
Check and adjust tension or replace
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PC Transfer Perform Pump
9
Drawing reference numbers
9.1
M41 and above excluding M82
Drawing
reference
01A
06A
06B
10A
15A
20B
20C
20D
22A
23A
23C
23D
23E
24A
25A
26B
26C
26D
27A
27B
28A
28B
29A
29B
29C
32A
42A
62A
65A
66A
75A
75B
95A
Description
Body
Nameplate (SOG)
Nameplate (DOG)
Mechanical seal
Thrower guard
Gasket - gland
Sleeve gasket
Suction chamb gasket
Stator
Suction chamber
Suction chmb ext flange (stator side)
Suction chamb ext piece (drive side)
Suction chamb halves
End cover
Rotor
Split coupling rod (rotor side)
Split coupling rod (shaft side)
Sleeve halves assembly
Coupling rod bush
Coupling rod bush
Sealing cover
Sealing cover
Coupling rod pin
Coupling rod pin
Shaft pin
Drive shaft
Thrower
Support foot
Mechanical seal carrier
Abutment ring
Rotor/shaft sleeve
Rotor/shaft sleeve
Tie rod
Drawing
reference
P104
P105
P106
P107
P109
P201
P202
P203
P301
P401
P402
P403
P404
P405
P406
P502
P503
P504
P505
P506
P507
P508
P510
P519
P520
P521
P522
P523
P540
P541
P601
P602
P603
P604
Description
Hex head bolt
Hex nut
Plain washer
Spring washer
Hex nut
Tapered plug
Tapered plug
Abutment ring grubscrew
Socket capscrew
Seal ring
Seal ring
Spiral retaining ring
Spiral retaining ring
Tie sealing cover
Tie sealing cover
Tapered plug
Hex nut
Plain washer
Spring washer
Hex nut
Plain washer
Spring washer
Seal ring
Tapered plug
Stud
Hex nut
Plain washer
Spring washer
Socket cap screw
Hex nut
Hex head bolt
Spring washer
Plain washer
Hex nut
Installation, Operating and Maintenance Instructions (Original Instructions) 19
PC Transfer Perform Pump
9.2M82
Drawing
reference
01A
01B
06A
06B
10A
15A
20A
20B
20C
20D
22A
23A
23C
23D
23E
24A
25A
26B
26C
26D
27A
27B
28A
28B
29A
29B
29C
32A
42A
62A
65A
66A
75A
75B
95A
Description
Body
Body adaptor
Nameplate (SOG)
Nameplate (DOG)
Mechanical seal
Thrower guard
Gasket - gland
Gasket - gland
Coupling sleeve gasket
Suction chamb half gasket
Stator
Suction chamber
Suction chmb ext flange (stator side)
Suction chamb ext piece (drive side)
Suction chamb half
End cover
Rotor
Split coupling rod (rotor side)
Split coupling rod (shaft side)
Sleeve halves assembly
Coupling rod bush
Coupling rod bush
Sealing cover
Sealing cover
Coupling rod pin
Coupling rod pin
Shaft pin
Drive shaft
Thrower
Support foot
Mechanical seal carrier
Abutment ring
Rotor/shaft sleeve
Rotor/shaft sleeve
Tie rod
Drawing
reference
P105
P106
P107
P109
P201
P202
P301
P401
P402
P403
P404
P405
P406
P502
P503
P504
P505
P506
P507
P508
P509
P510
P511
P512
P513
P514
P519
P523
P524
P525
P526
P527
P540
P541
P601
P602
P603
P604
Description
Hex nut
Plain washer
Spring washer
Hex nut
Tapered plug
Tapered plug
Socket capscrew
Seal ring
Seal ring
Spiral retaining ring
Spiral retaining ring
Tie sealing cover
Tie sealing cover
Tapered plug
Hex nut
Plain washer
Spring washer
Hex nut
Plain washer
Spring washer
Seal ring
Seal ring
Stud
Spring washer
Plain washer
Hex nut
Tapered plug
Stud
Spring washer
Plain washer
Hex nut
Stud
Socket capscrew
Hex nut
Hex head bolt
Spring washer
Plain washer
Hex nut
20
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PC Transfer Perform Pump
9.3
M44 & M54
Drawing
reference
01A
06A
06B
10A
15A
20B
20C
20D
22A
23A
23C
23D
23E
24A
25A
26B
26C
26D
27A
27B
28A
28B
29A
29B
29C
32A
42A
62A
65A
66A
75A
75B
95A
Description
Body
Nameplate (SOG)
Nameplate (DOG)
Mechanical seal
Thrower guard
Gasket - gland
Coupling sleeve gasket
Suct chamb half gasket
Stator
Suction chamber
Suction chmb ext flange (stator side)
Suction chamb ext piece (drive side)
Suction chamb half
End cover
Rotor
Split coupling rod (rotor side)
Split coupling rod (shaft side)
Sleeve halves assembly
Coupling rod bush
Coupling rod bush
Sealing cover
Sealing cover
Coupling rod pin
Coupling rod pin
Shaft pin
Drive shaft
Thrower
Support foot
Mechanical seal carrier
Abutment ring
Rotor/shaft sleeve
Rotor/shaft sleeve
Tie rod
Drawing
reference
P101
P102
P104
P105
P106
P107
P108
P109
P201
P202
P301
P401
P402
P403
P404
P405
P406
P502
P503
P504
P505
P510
P519
P520
P521
P522
P523
P527
P528
P529
P530
P531
P532
P533
P534
P540
P541
P601
P602
P603
P604
Description
Socket capscrew
Plain washer
Hex head bolt
Hex nut
Plain washer
Spring washer
Spring washer
Hex nut
Tapered plug
Tapered plug
Socket cap screw
Seal ring
Seal ring
Spiral retaining ring
Spiral retaining ring
Tie sealing cover
Tie sealing cover
Tapered plug
Hex nut
Plain washer
Spring washer
Seal ring
Tapered plug
Stud
Hex nut
Plain washer
Spring washer
Stud
Spring washer
Plain washer
Hex nut
Socket capscrew
Spring washer
Plain washer
Hex nut
Socket cap screw
Hex nut
Hex head bolt
Spring washer
Plain washer
Hex nut
Installation, Operating and Maintenance Instructions (Original Instructions) 21
9.4
PC Transfer Perform Pump
M64, M74 & M84
Drawing
reference
Description
Drawing
reference
Description
01A
06A
06B
10A
15A
20B
20C
20D
22A
23A
23C
23D
23E
24A
25A
26B
26C
26D
27A
27B
28A
28B
29A
29B
29C
32A
Body
Nameplate (SOG)
Nameplate (DOG)
Mechanical seal
Thrower guard
Gasket - gland
Coupling sleeve gasket
Suction chamb half gasket
Stator
Suction chamber
Suction chmb ext flange (stator side)
Suction chamb ext piece (drive side)
Suction chamb half
End cover
Rotor
Split coupling rod (rotor side)
Split coupling rod (shaft side)
Coupling rod sleeves
Coupling rod bush
Coupling rod bush
Sealing cover
Sealing cover
Coupling rod pin
Coupling rod pin
Shaft pin
Drive shaft
P101
P102
P104
P105
P106
P107
P108
P109
P201
P202
P301
P401
P402
P403
P404
P405
P406
P501
P502
P503
P507
P508
P509
P510
P511
P516
Socket capscrew
Plain washer
Hex head bolt
Hex nut
Plain washer
Spring washer
Spring washer
Hex nut
Tapered plug
Tapered plug
Socket cap screw
Seal ring
Seal ring
Spiral retaining ring
Spiral retaining ring
Tie sealing cover
Tie sealing cover
Hex nut
Spring washer
Plain washer
Hex head screw
Plain washer
Plain washer
Spring washer
Hex nut
Stud
42A
Thrower
P518
Plain washer
62A
Support foot
P519
Spring washer
65A
Mechanical seal carrier
P520
Hex nut
66A
Abutment ring
P526
Tapered plug
75A
Rotor/shaft sleeve
P528
Tapered plug
75B
Rotor/shaft sleeve
P539
Seal ring
95A
Tie rod
P540
Socket cap screw
P541
Hex nut
P550
Hex head bolt
P551
Plain washer
P552
Spring washer
P553
Hex nut
P601
Hex head bolt
P602
Spring washer
P603
Plain washer
P604
Hex nut
22
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PC Transfer Perform Pump
9.5
MB1 & MBL
Drawing
reference
01A
06A
06B
10A
15A
20B
20C
20D
22A
23A
23C
23D
23E
24A
25A
26B
26C
26D
27A
27B
28A
28B
29A
29B
29C
32A
42A
62A
65A
66A
75A
75B
95A
Description
Body
Nameplate (SOG)
Nameplate (DOG)
Mechanical seal
Thrower guard
Gasket - gland
Coupling sleeve gasket
Suct chamb half gasket
Stator
Suction chamber
Suction chmb ext flange (stator side)
Suction chamb ext piece (drive side)
Suction chamb half
End cover
Rotor
Split coupling rod (rotor side)
Split coupling rod (shaft side)
Coupling rod sleeves
Coupling rod bush
Coupling rod bush
Sealing cover
Sealing cover
Coupling rod pin
Coupling rod pin
Shaft pin
Drive shaft
Thrower
Support foot
Mechanical seal carrier
Abutment ring
Rotor/shaft sleeve
Rotor/shaft sleeve
Tie rod
Drawing
reference
P101
P102
P104
P105
P106
P107
P108
P109
P201
P202
P301
P401
P402
P403
P404
P405
P406
P501
P502
P503
P516
P518
P519
P520
P526
P528
P539
P540
P541
P550
P551
P552
P601
P602
P603
P604
Description
Socket capscrew
Plain washer
Hex head bolt
Hex nut
Plain washer
Spring washer
Spring washer
Hex nut
Tapered plug
Tapered plug
Socket cap screw
Seal ring
Seal ring
Spiral retaining ring
Spiral retaining ring
Tie sealing cover
Tie sealing cover
Hex nut
Spring washer
Plain washer
Stud
Plain washer
Spring washer
Hex nut
Tapered plug
Tapered plug
Seal ring
Socket cap screw
Hex nut
Hex head bolt
Plain washer
Spring washer
Hex head bolt
Spring washer
Plain washer
Hex nut
25A
27A
29A
20C
23C
P406
26C
23E
27B
P301
26D
20D
29B
23D
P541
P540
P520
23A
29C
P510
P522
P502
20B
10A
P106
P107
P521 P105
P523
66A
P203
65A
15A
42A
P202
P109
P108
P201
P604
01A
06A/B
P603
P602
P601
P603
P106
P102
15A
P104
1301-00
P101
M41 - M8L
P503
P504
75A
P405
28A
26B
26D
10.1
P401
P403
P508
P507
P402
75B
32A
Exploded view drawings
P505
P519
95A
P506
62A
28B
P404
10
62A
24A
22A
Installation, Operating and Maintenance Instructions (Original Instructions) 23
PC Transfer Perform Pump
P505
62A
24A
P504
P503
P519
95A
22A
25A
P508
75A
P401
P403
P507
P506
28A
P405
62A
26B
27A
26D
29A
23C
20C
26D
P301
26C
P301
75B
28B
P406
23E
27B
P402
20D
29B
32A
P541
23D
P404
P510
P540
29C
P502
P511
23A
66A
20A
P106
P107
P514 P105
P513
P512
P509
10A
01B
65A
P108
P102
P524
P601
P604
P602
P603
P526
01A
06A/B
P525
P202
P201
P523
P109
P527
20B
15A
42A
1302-00
P101
15A
24
Installation, Operating and Maintenance Instructions (Original Instructions)
PC Transfer Perform Pump
10.2M82
P529
P527
P504
P505
P503
24A
62A
25A
P401
P403
P530
P528
P529
P519
95A
27A
26D
P405 26B
28A
75A
29A
20C
P301
26C
26D
28B
P406
23C
23E
20D
P531
62A P533
P533
P534
32A
P404
29B
P532
27B
P402
75B
29C
P541
23D
P520
P502
P540
P510
23A
10A
P106
P107
P105
P101
P521
P102
P523
15A
P522
20B
66A
65A
P601
P603
01A
P603
P602
P604
06A/B
P201
42A
P202
15A
1303-00
P106
P109
P108
P104
10.3
22A
Installation, Operating and Maintenance Instructions (Original Instructions) 25
PC Transfer Perform Pump
M91 and above
P508
P507
P503
P502
P501
24A
62A
25A
26D
P405
28A
75A
P401
P403
P511
P510
P509
P526
95A
27A
26B
29A
20C
P301
26C
26D
23C
29B
P550
27B
P552
28B
P406
P404
P402
75B
23D
P541
23E
20D
62A P553
P551
32A
29C
20B
10A
66A
P106
P107
P105
P101
P520
P102
P519
15A
P516 P518
P528
P540
P539
23A
P202
42A
P603
P603
P602
P604
01A
06A/B
P201
P601
65A
15A
1304-00
P106
P108
P109
P104
10.4
22A
26
Installation, Operating and Maintenance Instructions (Original Instructions)
PC Transfer Perform Pump
M44 and M54
P508
P507
P503
P502
P501
24A
62A
25A
95A
28A
P511
75A
P401
P403
P510
P509
P526
27A
26D 26B
P405
29A
20C
P301
26C
26D
P550
23C
29B
P552
27B
75B
P301
28B
P406
P404
P402
62A
P551
32A
29C
20D
P533
23E
P541
23D
20B
66A
10A
20A
P534
P530
01B
P536
P537
P535
P101
P520
P102
P519
P518
15A
P516
P528
P540
P539
23A
65A
P601
P603
15A
1305-00
P108
P109
01A
P532
P603
P531
P602
P533
P604
06A/B
42A
P202
P201
10.5
22A
Installation, Operating and Maintenance Instructions (Original Instructions) 27
PC Transfer Perform Pump
M64, M74, M84 & MA2
P503
P502
P501
24A
25A
P526
28A
75A
P401
P403
95A
27A
P405 26B
26D
29A
20C
P301
26C
26D
28B
P406
23C
29B
P550
P552
27B
75B
32A
62A
P551
P404
P402
29C
23E
20D
P541
23D
P540
P516
P539
23A
15A
P106
P107
P105
P101
P518 P520
P102
P528 P519
20B
10A
66A
65A
P202
P601
P603
01A
P603
P602
P604
06A/B
P201
42A
15A
P106
P108
P104
1306-00
P109
10.6
22A
28
Installation, Operating and Maintenance Instructions (Original Instructions)
PC Transfer Perform Pump
MB1 and MBL
Installation, Operating and Maintenance Instructions (Original Instructions) 29
1257-00
Packed gland
23A
20B
32A
65A
10A
08A
01A
10.7
PC Transfer Perform Pump
30
Installation, Operating and Maintenance Instructions (Original Instructions)
PC Transfer Perform Pump
P111
P112
15A
06A/06B
15A
P107
01A
P108
P109
P105
P101
P121
32A
P122
P123
P106
P110
35A
01B
P421
P420
11A
P113
P125
P120
P124
1258-00
Bearing housing only
P407
10.8
Installation, Operating and Maintenance Instructions (Original Instructions) 31
Drive shaft assembly with plug
1296-00
11
PC Transfer Perform Pump
A
(A 1)
B
(A 2)
A: Drive shaft.
A1 = Motor shaft end, A2 = Coupling rod end.
B: Cap head screw (grade 12.9).
Threads to be sealed with Loctite 5910 or equivalent
Note: this screw may be removed to allow a jacking bolt to be used to aid removal of the drive shaft from the
gearbox shaft.
NOTE Ensure the cap head screw is tightened and sealed before assembling with coupling
rod.
32
Installation, Operating and Maintenance Instructions (Original Instructions)
PC Transfer Perform Pump
Tightening torques (Nm)
Pump
size
M41
M4L
M42
M44
M51
M5L
M52
M54
M61
M6L
M62
M64
M71
M7L
M72
M74
M81
M8L
M82
M84
M91
M9L
M92
MA1
MA2
MAL
MB1
MBL
1
4
Body / Suction chamber
Stator tie bars
P526
P530
P105
P530
11
11
11
11
11
21
21
21
21
21
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
90
90
90
90
90
90
176
176
50
50
5
8
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
40
40
40
40
75
75
75
75
75
75
120
120
36
36
7
6
Split coupling
rod
P503
3
1307-00
12
Split suction
chamber halves
P301
P540*
22
22
22
22
22
22
43
43
43
43
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
25
25
25
25
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
45
45
45
45
55
55
55
55
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
Tighten in sequence as shown in 3 steps:
•
Step 1 - 35% of specified torque
•
Step 2 - 70% of specified torque
•
Step 3 - 100% of specified torque
2
* DO NOT fit lock nut P541 until the screws (P540) are tightened to the specified torque.
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Rotor and stator change dismantling procedures
1
1308-00
13.1
34
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2
1309-00
13.2
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3
1310-00
13.3
36
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4
1311-00
13.4
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5
1312-00
13.5
38
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14
Rotor and stator change assembly procedures
1
1313-00
14.1
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(a)
(c)
6
(b)
3
1314-00
14.2
4
2
5 *
= =
*Must be filled with oil in the vertical position.
(a) Correct (b) Incorrect (c) Alignment marks
40
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7
1315-00
14.3
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8
1316-00
14.4
42
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9
(* Nm)
(ft/lbf)
(* Nm)
(ft/lbf)
1317-00
14.5
* Refer to torque settings table (Section 12, page 32)
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(* Nm)
(ft/lbf)
10
(* Nm)
(ft/lbf)
1318-00
14.6
* Refer to torque settings table (Section 12, page 32)
44
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15
Complete dismantling procedures
1
1319-00
15.1
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2
1320-00
15.2
46
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3
1321-00
15.3
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4
1322-00
15.4
48
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5
1323-00
15.5
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6
1324-00
15.6
50
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7
1325-00
15.7
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8
1326-00
15.8
52
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1327-00
M82 only
9
15.9
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M82 only
1328-00
16.1
Complete assembly procedures
1
16
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54
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2
1329-00
16.2
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(a)
(c)
7
(b)
4
1330-00
16.3
5
3
6 *
= =
* Must be filled with oil in the vertical position.
(a) Correct (b) Incorrect (c) Alignment marks
56
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8
1331-00
16.4
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9
1332-00
16.5
58
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(a)
(c)
14
(b)
11
1333-00
16.6
12
10
13 *
= =
* Must be filled with oil in the vertical position.
(a) Correct (b) Incorrect (c) Alignment marks
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15
1334-00
16.7
60
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16
1335-00
16.8
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17
1336-00
16.9
62
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18
(* Nm)
(ft/lbf)
1337-00
16.10
* Refer to torque settings table (Section 12, page 32)
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(* Nm)
(ft/lbf)
19
(* Nm)
(ft/lbf)
1338-00
16.11
* Refer to torque settings table (Section 12, page 32)
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17
Pin joint lubrication
Model
Joint lubrication
capacity per joint
(ml approx.)
M41
M42
M4L
M51
M5L
M44
M52
M61
M6L
M54
M62
M71
M72
M7L
M81
M8L
M64
M82
M91
M92
M9L
MA1
MAL
Suitable alternative
22
MOBIL GEAR
OIL SHC 320
45
MOBILITH
SHC 007
SEMI-FLUID
GREASE
Food
applications
SHELL
RETINAX
CSZ
KLUBERSYNTH
GH6-460
OIL
KLUBEROIL
4 UHI 460
95
MOBIL GEAR
OIL SHC 320
175
Recommended lubrication and service intervals
Components
Lubrication
Pump drive joints
See section 17
Inspect and lubricate
as necessary every
4000 operating hours.
Pump bearings
(where fitted)
BP Energrease LC2 or
Equivalent
Inspect and re-grease
if necessary every
12 months.
Geared drivers
(where fitted)
Recommended
55
M74
M84
MA2
MB1
MBL
18
Non-food applications
Service comments
As recommended by the manufacturer
Above service and lubrication intervals are for guidance only to ensure maximum component
life. Pump will operate for considerably longer periods without attention depending on
service conditions.
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Setting lengths for mechanical seals
X
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L
A
Pump
size
M41
M42
M4L
M51
M5L
M44
M52
M61
M6L
M54
M62
M71
M72
M7L
M81
M8L
M64
M82
M91
M92
M9L
MA1
MAL
M74
M84
MA2
MB1
MBL
Drive
type
A
Shaft diameter
mm
Seal
part no.
L
Seal working length
mm
X
Setting distance
mm
Pin joint
45
M045139G
45.0
41
Pin joint
55
M055139G
47.5
34.5
Pin joint
65
M065139G
52.5
33.5
Pin joint
85
M085139G
60.0
33.0
Pin joint
85
M085139G
60.0
58.0
NOTEAll seal working lengths are to DIN L1K dimensions. This table is not to be used for
standard or DIN L1N working length seals. All seals use ‘M’ type seat except for 85
mm (3.35”) which uses ‘BS’ type or ‘M’ type. This table is not necessarily compatible
with any other seal type - please check with Sulzer.
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Sulzer Pump Solutions Ireland Ltd. Clonard Road, Wexford, Ireland
Tel. +353 53 91 63 200. Fax +353 53 91 42335. www.sulzer.com
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