BROCHURE - Model 382VFD Vertical Inline Pump w/VFD

BROCHURE - Model 382VFD Vertical Inline Pump w/VFD
Model 382-VFD
AURORA INTELLISTAR
®
™
380 SERIES VERTICAL INLINE PUMP
WITH VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVE (VFD)
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VERTICAL INLINE PUMP WITH VFD
AURORA IntelliStar 380 Series
®
™
Single Stage Vertical Inline Pump
Capacities to 4500 GPM (1,020 m3/hr)
Heads to 370 Feet (78 m)
Temperatures to 250°F (120°C)
380 Series Pumps.
Vertical Inline Close Coupled Pumps are specifically designed for mounting directly in a pipe line. The
suction and discharge nozzles are located on the same centerline 180º apart. Vertical pumps significantly
reduce the space required; two pumps fit in the space of one. They are easy to maintain; simply remove
the capscrews and the motor and bracket assembly is easily removed from the casing without disturbing
the piping.
The impeller is direct coupled to the motor shaft for easy maintenance to minimize impeller runout and
reduce noise. Most pump parts, except for the casing, are 100% interchangeable with Aurora’s high quality,
high production 340 and 360 Series pumps for speedy spare parts service. The inline casing has provisions for mounting an optional support
base should the pump sit on the floor. Mechanical seals are provided as standard to prevent leakage around the shaft. A relief line is provided
from the seal faces to the pump discharge for flushing and venting purposes.
Suction Branch Design on Model 382A pumps prerotates suction liquid in the direction of pump impeller rotation. This concept minimizes
pumping noise that is otherwise associated with more common short radius suction inlet designs. Each pump has been engineered and
assurance tested to arrive at the proper velocities and entrance angles to ensure quiet operation. Aurora® IntelliStar™ 380 Series pumps are
available in 31 sizes, offering a size and model precisely fitted to a wide range of head and capacity requirements. Look through this bulletin
for additional details and specifications.
Standard Features
Optional Features
•Bronze Fitted Construction
•All Iron Construction
•Bronze Shaft Sleeve
•316 Stainless Steel Shaft Sleeve
•Carbon Steel Shaft
•Impeller Wearing Ring(s)
•Dynamically Balanced Cast Impeller
•Suction and Discharge Companion Flanges
•Casing Wearing Rings •Pump Base
•303 Stainless Mechanical Seal with Buna-N, Ceramic and Carbon Parts
•Certified Performance Test Data Consisting of Head Capacity and Power
Readings Taken over the Full Operating Range of the Pump
•Factory Hydro Test
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•Split Mechanical Seal
VERTICAL INLINE PUMP WITH VFD
382A-SC Series Pumps
382-A Split Coupled Inline Pump.
Aurora® 382A-SC Vertical Inline Split Coupled Pumps are specifically designed for mounting directly in
a pipe line. The High Strength Aluminum Split Coupling allows for the mechanical seal to be replaced
without removing the motor. The patented Integral Jacking Gland eases the changing of the mechanical
seal making this repair chore faster and easier for the maintenance specialist. A carbon throttle bushing
controls the flow of mechanical seal flushing while providing additional support for the stainless steel
pump shaft. The Aurora 382A-SC Inline Pump comes in 31 sizes, offering a size and model precisely
fitted for a wide range of head and capacity requirements.
Standard Features
•Bronze Fitted Construction
•Stainless Steel Shaft
•High Strength Aluminum Coupling
•Dynamically Balanced Cast Impeller
•Casing Wear Rings
•303 Stainless Steel Mechanical Seal with Buna-N,
Ceramic and Carbon Parts
•Factory Hydro Test
•Patented Integral Jacking Gland
- Easier & faster serviceability of the seal & re-coupling the shaft versus the competition
- Simple 1 step by hand operation (no tools required)
- Accessible without removing VFD
- 4-20mA transducer installed and wired to VFD
- Aegis grounding ring
Optional Features
•All Iron Construction
•Impeller Wear Rings
•Pump Base
•High Temperature Mechanical Seal
•Certified Performance Testing over the Full Operating Range of the Pump
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VERTICAL INLINE PUMP WITH VFD
The Aurora IntelliStar Variable Frequency
Drive Controlled 382 Vertical Inline Pumps
®
™
Globally, buildings consume 40% of the total world’s energy and emit 21% of the total greenhouse gases. Many facilities across the U.S.
and the globe are dealing with rising energy costs, electricity as a top five expense item and heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC)
accounting for 40-60% of total energy use. Businesses could save thousands of dollars every year (collectively, billions), simply by using less
electricity. This strategy would have far reaching effects on profits, the overall economy as well as the environment.
According to the U.S. Department of Energy:
The U.S. spends $400 billion annually powering its homes and commercial buildings.
• Buildings consume 70% of all U.S. electricity, accounting for 40% of all energy use.
• Nearly 40% of carbon dioxide emissions come from energy use in buildings.
• Cutting energy use in U.S. buildings by even 20% can save $80 billion a year.
• Electricity is a top 5 expense item.
• Energy costs are not projected to go down.
A growing number of system designers, specifying engineers, maintenance professionals
and end users are turning to variable speed motor control systems that can save up to 60
percent in energy costs as well as significantly reduce maintenance and equipment costs,
improve process control and enhance system reliability.
Rather than constantly run the motor at full speed, variable frequency drive (VFD) systemsalso referred to as adjustable frequency drives, variable speed drives, AC drives or simply
"drives"-monitor system characteristics like pressure and control the motor speed to match
the system requirements only as needed, often at lower speeds. By modulating the power
delivered to the motor (pulse width modulation or PWM), VFDs provide continuous control,
smoothly adjusting motor speed to directly control pressure, flow and fluid levels. The Aegis
grounding ring prevents bearing failures due to transient voltage.
VFDs also improve electrical power factor and significantly reduce motor starting current typically by a factor of 4:1 to further reduce power
demand from the local power utility. Aurora's® 382 Vertical Inline (VFD) pumps adjust in response to changes in actual [not assumed]
demand and in combination with a NEMA premium motor in turn leads to astonishing energy savings meeting ASHRAE 90.1.
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VERTICAL INLINE PUMP WITH VFD
The Science behind the Savings
When a VFD starts a motor, it initially applies a low voltage at a low frequency to the motor. Starting at a low frequency and voltage avoids
the high inrush current (typically 600 percent of its rated current) that occurs when a motor is started by turning on a switch or contactor to
apply across-the-line voltage. The VFD then increases the applied frequency and voltage at a controlled rate to accelerate the load without
drawing excessive current. This starting method typically allows a motor to develop rated torque while drawing rated current. For smoothest
starting, The Aurora 382VFD incorporates S-ramp acceleration and deceleration functions that provide the least amount of mechanical shock
loading on the pump, motor and system.
The key to maximizing energy savings is continuous control of the motor voltage and frequency commonly referred to as the Volts-to-Hertz
(V/Hz) ratio. VFDs provide selectable V/Hz control modes to provide the highest level of savings for single motor and multiple motor
applications. For single motor control, dynamic V/Hz control uses the least amount of energy and a square law characteristic mode is best for
multi-motor variable torque loads.
Variable frequency drives
application and use
Variable frequency drives
compared to throttling devices
In many flow applications, a mechanical throttling device is used to limit flow. Although
this is an effective means of control, it wastes mechanical and electrical energy. Figure 1
represents a pumping system using a mechanical throttling valve and he same system using
a VFD.
Valve
If a throttling device is employed to control flow, energy usage is shown as the
curve in Figure 2, while the lower curve demonstrates energy usage when using a
VFD. Because a VFD alters the frequency of an AC motor, speed, flow, and energy
consumption are reduced in the system. The energy saved is represented by the
green shaded area.
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Power Consumption (%)
In the early days of variable frequency drive (VFD) technology, the typical application was in
process control for manufacturing synthetic fiber, steel bars, and aluminum foil. Because
VFDs improved process performance and reduced maintenance costs, they replaced
motor generator sets and DC drives. When the energy crisis occurred in the early 1970s,
saving energy became a critical goal, and the use of VFDs quickly spread into large pump
applications and eventually into HVAC fan systems.
Throttling
Device
90
60
Energy Savings
40
VFD
20
0
0
VFD
kW Meter
Figure 1. A mechanical throttling device versus a VFD
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40
60
80
100
Flow (%)
Figure 2. The amount of energy saved by using a variable frequency drive (versus
a valve) to control flow
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Capital Cost Savings
When designing and installing a new pumping system, the capital cost of a VFD can often be offset by eliminating control valves, bypass
lines, and conventional starters, as explained below.
Elimination of Control Valves
Control valves are used to adjust pump output to suit varying system requirements. Usually a constant-speed pump is pumping against a
control valve, which is partially closed for most of the time. Even at maximum flow conditions, a control valve is normally designed to be 10%
shut, for control purposes. Hence, a considerable frictional resistance is applied. Energy is therefore wasted overcoming the added frictional
loss through the valve. Using a VFD to control flow can eliminate the control valve.
Elimination of Bypass Lines
All fixed-speed pumps have a minimum flow requirement. If the pump is operated at flow rates below the minimum for extended periods,
various mechanical problems can occur. If the flow requirements in a system can drop below this minimum flow capacity, it is necessary to
install a constant or switched bypass to protect the pump. The use of a VFD greatly reduces the volume to be bypassed.
Maintenance Cost Reductions
Head of Pressure (ft)
Programmable soft starting and stopping reduces shock loads. S-ramp functions provide great reduction, resulting in less stress on system
components such as valves and pipe joints. Variable speed control operates the pump at its BEP to greatly reduce vibration when compared to
other process control methods. This reduction in vibration significantly extends the180life of the pump seals and the time between costly and, in
160
many cases, unscheduled maintenance events. Skip frequencies avoid natural system
resonances that may cause high levels of vibration, an
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System Curve
120
enemy of every pumping application.
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80
60
Pump Performance Curve
at Reduced Speed (VFD)
40
hp at
20 Required
Variable frequency drives application in a pump
system
Reduced
Speed
0
190
160
160
System Curve
120
100
80
60
Pump Performance Curve
at Reduced Speed (VFD)
40
Required hp at
Reduced Speed
20
0
0
40
80
120
160
200
Figure 3. System characteristics using a variable frequency drive
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190
t)
160
140
Required hp at
Full Speed
Pump Performance Curve
at Full Speed
120
160
200
Pump Performance Curve
at Full Speed
Required hp at
Full Speed
140
120
System Curve
Throttling
Device)
100
80
System Curve
60
40
0
Pump Performance Curve
at Reduced Speed (VFD)
Required hp at
Reduced Speed
20
Flow Rate (gpm)
80
Overlaying the two previous graphs, the difference is obvious in
Figure 4. The blue shaded area is the energy saved by using a VFD
instead of a throttling device.
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140
40
Flow Rate (gpm)
Head of Pressure (ft)
Head of Pressure (ft)
Applying a VFD to the pump allows control of the pump's speed
electrically while using only the energy needed to produce a
given flow. This is similar to applying a new pump with a smaller
impeller. Figure 3 demonstrates the new pump curve and the
energy consumed by this method. Also, the pressure is reduced,
which helps reduce the mechanical stresses generated by
throttling devices.
0
0
40
80
120
160
200
Flow Rate (gpm)
Figure 4. The difference in energy consumption using a throttling
device versus a variable frequency drive
VERTICAL INLINE PUMP WITH VFD
IntelliStar is Available on the Following Pump Models
™
Pentair's line of Aurora® Variable Frequency Drive pumping systems are available on our Closed-Coupled and Split-Coupled 382 Vertical Inline
pump models.
• 382 Vertical inline C.C sizes from 1.5x1.5x9B to 8x8x12
• 382 Vertical inline S.C sizes from 1.5x1.5x9B to 10x10x15
• 200/208/230, 460/480 and 575 VAC
• ODP or TEFC motors up to 60 hp
• Supported with Aurora’s E.2 pump sizing software
Standard Product Feature Sets:
• NEMA 1/IP21
• Built-in fusible disconnect – 100K AIC @ 600V
• Basic cascade control (single drive in multi-pump applications) for across-the-line starting
• Up to two VFD's without separate controller
• Built-in DC link reactors with EMC filters to minimize RFI interface to reduce harmonic noise
• Dry pump and end-of-curve detection
• 2-Step S-ramps (initial ramp)
• BMS compatible – analogue/digital/ I /O and RS485 port with Modbus RTU, BACnet, N2 Metasys
• Native BACnet standard
• Fire mode
• 2 Analog inputs, 1 analog outputs
• 4 Digital inputs, 2 digital outputs
• 2 Programmable relays
• Graphical user interface
• Built-in disconnects for each VFD
Optional Adder Features:
• VFD bypass (fused or circuit breaker)
• NEMA12IP, NEMA 4X/IP66 enclosure rating available
• Touch screen controller for up to 4 pumps
• Liquid filled pressure gauges (suction and discharge)
Environmental Ratings:
• Temperature: 0-50° C
• Maximum relative humidity: 93% +2%, -3%
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Pump Features
380 Series Specifications
The contractor shall furnish (and install as shown on the plans)
Aurora® Models 382A/382A-SC vertical close coupled inline back
pull-out centrifugal pumps size ___ x ___ x ___ of (bronze fitted)
(all bronze) (all iron) construction.
venting of the seal chamber and to provide lubrication. Impellers
are to be dynamically balanced and keylocked to the shaft. Model
382A/382A-SC pumps to include a volute type casing suction
branch to minimize pumping noise.
The suction and discharge flanges shall be located on a common
CL 180º apart for mounting inline. Each pump shall have a capacity
of ___GPM at ___ft. total head, with a temperature of ___ºF,
___specific gravity.
The unit must be equipped with (bronze) (stainless steel) shaft
sleeve, keylocked, that extends the length of the seal box. Pump
shaft extension shall be O-ring sealed from the pumped liquid.
Pump casing shall have a case wearing ring (impeller wearing
rings). Each pump is to be close coupled to a standard NEMA-JM
___HP ___phase ___Hertz ___volt ___RPM (drip-proof) (total
enclosure) (hazardous location) motor up to 60 HP and special TCZ
frame motor for HP above 60.
Each pump is to be furnished with a mechanical seal with all metal
parts to be 303 stainless steel with Buna-N elastomers, ceramic
seat and carbon washer. A bypass line must be provided between
the seal faces and the discharge flange to assure adequate
Limitations
Maximum Limitation Based on Standard Materials and Pumping Clear Water
Speed
3500 RPM
Horsepower
1150 RPM – 30
1750 RPM – 50
3500 RPM – 60
TCZ FRAME MOTORS – RTF
Temperature ºF
Standard 225/Optional 250
Hydrostatic Test Pressure PSI
265
Case Working Pressure PSI
175
(All or Any Part Can Be Suction Free)
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Materials of Construction
Description
Pump Part
Casing
Impeller
Shaft (382A)
Shaft (382A-SC)
Case Wearing Rings
Bushing (382A-SC Only)
Sleeve (382A Only)
Bracket
Mechanical Seal (STD)
Washer
Seat
Elastomer
Metal Parts
Spring
Material of Construction
Bronze Fitted
Cast Iron ASTM A48
Bronze ASTM B584
Carbon Steel Per Motor Mfg.
Stainless Steel ASTM A582 Type 416
Bronze ASTM B62
Carbon Graphite Matrix
Bronze ASTM B62
Cast Iron ASTM A48
Carbon
Ceramic
Buna-N
303 SS
303 SS
VERTICAL INLINE PUMP WITH VFD
For Applications That Require More Than Two Pumps
For the larger ever-increasing needs and complexity of today’s water systems that require more than two pumps, Pentair Aurora® offers a
Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) touch screen control panel with a Proportional Integral Derivative (PID) Loop to stage up to four pumps.
This system offers a state of the art combination of the Pentair Variable Frequency Drive for each pump, and a PLC with a PID Loop to stage up
to four pumps based on pressure and flow needs of the building. Pumps are the Pentair PVM multistage and end suction pumps.
Each system is fully assembled, wired and tested for ease of installation providing reliable service and meeting all specification requirements
out of the box.
Touch Screen Color Display - 5.7"
• Audible/Visible Panel Alarm (Configured to Relay Output 1)
• Screen Saver Option and Settings
• Four Screen Basic Setup for Operation
• Single Information and Status Screen - Default
• Summary Screen Review of Basic Settings
Maximum and Minimum Speeds Allowed for Controller and VFD
• Two to Four Pump Operation
• Discharge: Transducer Settings, Setpoint, Alarms and Faults
• Constant Pressure Control - PSI
• Suction: Transducer Settings, Alarms and Faults
• Constant Flow Control* - GPM (Requires External Flow X-Ducer)
• Flow: Transducer Settings, Setpoint, Alarms and Faults
• System Modification while in Operation through Touch Screen
• Real Time Operation and Control
• VFD Remote Hand Control through PLC
• Built-in Disconnects for Each VFD
• VFD Hand Control Screen includes Complete Control of VFD
and Monitoring
• Auto-Detect System Parameters for Pump Operation - Default
• Sequence of Operation: Timed Rotation/Same Lead Pump/1st
On-1st Off
• Four Relay Outputs Configurable through Touch Screen with
27 Options for each Relay - System Operation, Alarms, Faults, Digital
Inputs, Maintenance
• Maintenance Screen Setup - On Screen Alarm and/or Relay Output
• Faults and Alarm History
• Password Protection for Basic and Advanced Setup (Enable/Disable)
• Password(s) Disable/Enable Bypass
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VERTICAL INLINE PUMP WITH VFD
Complete Control with IntelliManager
™
Customize, Monitor, Maintain
The IntelliBoost™ Variable Speed Constant Pressure Booster System is controlled using our latest technology, IntelliManager. Configure the
system settings to your exact needs and tolerances.
Monitor your system from anywhere in the world when it is connected using the built in Ethernet connection. Use your computer, or mobile
device to access the built in web page, giving you the statistics and information needed to properly monitor a booster system.
IntelliManager will continually monitor performance and sound an alarm if any of your pre-determined tolerances are reached. System faults
protect your investment by automatically shutting down the system when tolerances are exceeded.
Easily configure the number of pumps in operation.
Realtime system operation, status, settings and hardware.
Alarms, faults and maintenance indicators are active when
set by operator.
Some examples of actual screens you will find in
the IntelliBoost Variable Speed Constant Pressure
Booster System, IntelliManager.
Customizable settings can be entered throughout the
software to configure the system to your exact needs.
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VERTICAL INLINE PUMP WITH VFD
IntelliManager
™
Hardware settings are factory set to match the exact
hardware in your system.
Monitor the system through the use of four standard relays. An
additional four relays may be added to the system as an option.
Determine your Alarm and Fault tolerances. Alarms will
reset once operating conditions return to normal. Faults will
cause the system to stop operating, resulting in operator
assistance.
Use the available SD card to transfer information, or connect
the system to your network using the
built-in Ethernet port. When
connected using Ethernet, you are
able to view the system performance
and operation from any computer or
mobile device with web access.
Maintenance alarm screen provides the operator with
complete statistics, helping determine what maintenance is
needed.
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Single Loop Chiller Flow
Heating and Chiller water systems with Aurora Vertical
Inline pump integrated with Variable Frequency Drives
®
• Aurora 382 Vertical Inline with Integrated VFD
• Pre-programmed from factory to match VFD to motor parameters
• Standard integrated communication specific to the HVAC market
• Aurora provides precise (no guessing) feedback signal to provide
required pressure throughout the life of the system
•
VFD’s capable to withstand today’s jobsite environment without the need for additional enclosure or derate for ambient temperature. Options available for NEMA 4 X / IP66 protection and standard 50° C rated
• Standard built-in fusible disconnect with 100K short circuit rating
Supply Flow
Return Flow
Pressure Transducer
Pentair Aurora Variable Frequency
Drive Pump Systems, Vertical Inline
Double Loop Chiller Flow
Heating and Chiller water systems with Aurora Vertical
Inline pumps integrated with Variable Frequency Drives
• Aurora 382 Vertical Inline with Integrated VFD
• Pre-programmed from factory to match VFD to motor parameters
• Standard integrated communication specific to the HVAC market
• Aurora provides precise (no guessing) feedback signal to provide
required pressure throughout the life of the system
•
VFD’s capable to withstand today’s jobsite environment without the need for additional enclosure or derate for ambient temperature. Options available for NEMA 4 X / IP66 protection and standard 50° C rated
• Standard built-in fusible disconnect with 100K short circuit rating
Supply Flow
Pressure Transducer
Return Flow
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