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DEMING
®
INSTALLATION, OPERATION & MAINTENANCE MANUAL
End-suction Centrifugal Pumps
Series: 4111, 4121
4121H, 4131
IMPORTANT!
A Crane Co. Company
Read all instructions in this manual before operating pump.
As a result of Crane Pumps & Systems, Inc., constant product improvement program,
product changes may occur. As such Crane Pumps & Systems reserves the right to
change product without prior written notification.
420 Third Street
Piqua, Ohio 45356
Phone: (937) 778-8947
Fax: (937) 773-7157
www.cranepumps.com
83 West Drive, Bramton
Ontario, Canada L6T 2J6
Phone: (905) 457-6223
Fax: (905) 457-2650
Form No. 120004-Rev. F
SAFETY FIRST!
Please Read This Before Installing Or Operating Pump.
This information is provided for SAFETY and to PREVENT
EQUIPMENT PROBLEMS. To help recognize this information,
observe the following symbols:
WARNING ! Do not wear loose clothing that may
become entangled in moving parts.
WARNING ! Keep clear of suction and discharge
openings. DO NOT insert fingers in pump with power
connected.
IMPORTANT! Warns about hazards that can result
in personal injury orIndicates factors concerned with
assembly, installation, operation, or maintenance which
could result in damage to the machine or equipment if
ignored.
Always wear eye protection when working on pumps.
CAUTION! Warns about hazards that can or will cause minor
personal injury or property damage if ignored. Used with symbols
below.
Make sure lifting handles are securely fastened each
time before lifting. DO NOT operate pump without safety
devices in place. Always replace safety devices that
have been removed during service or repair. Secure the
pump in its operating position so it can not tip over, fall
or slide.
WARNING! Warns about hazards that can or will cause serious
personal injury, death, or major property damage if ignored. Used
with symbols below.
Hazardous fluids can
cause fire or explosions, burnes or death
could result.
Biohazard can cause
serious personal injury.
Rotating machinery
Amputation or severe
laceration can result.
Extremely hot - Severe
burnes can occur on contact.
DO NOT exceed manufacturers recommendation for
maximum performance, as this could cause the motor
to overheat.
Hazardous fluids can Hazardous pressure, eruptions or explosions could cause personal
injury or property damage.
WARNING ! To reduce risk of electrical shock, all wiring
and junction connections should be made per the NEC
or CEC and applicable state or province and local
codes. Requirements may vary depending on usage
and location.
Hazardous voltage can
shock, burn or cause death.
Only qualified personnel should install, operate and repair
pump. Any wiring of pumps should be performed by a qualified
electrician.
WARNING! Products returned must be cleaned,
sanitized, or decontaminated as necessary prior to
shipment, to insure that employees will not be exposed
to health hazards in handling said material. All Applicable
Laws And Regulations Shall Apply.
WARNING ! To reduce risk of electrical shock, pumps and
control panels must be properly grounded in accordance
with the National Electric Code (NEC) or the Canadian
Electrical Code (CEC) and all applicable state, province,
local codes and ordinances. Improper grounding voids
warranty.
Bronze/brass and bronze/brass fitted pumps may
contain lead levels higher than considered safe for
potable water systems. Lead is known to cause cancer
and birth defects or other reproductive harm. Various
government agencies have determined that leaded
copper alloys should not be used in potable water
applications. For non-leaded copper alloy materials of
construction, please contact factory.
WARNING! To reduce risk of electrical shock, always
disconnect the pump from the power source before
handling or servicing. Lock out power and tag.
WARNING! Operation against a closed
discharge valve will cause premature bearing
and seal failure on any pump, and on end
suction and self priming pump the heat build
may cause the generation of steam with resulting dangerous
pressures. It is recommended that a high case temperature
switch or pressure relief valve be installed on the pump body.
Crane Pumps & Systems, Inc. is not responsible for
losses, injury, or death resulting from a failure to observe
these safety precautions, misuse or abuse of pumps or
equipment.
CAUTION ! Pumps build up heat and pressure
during operation-allow time for pumps to cool
before handling or servicing.
WARNING ! Do not pump hazardous materials
(flammable, caustic, etc.) unless the pump is specifically
designed and designated to handle them.
Other brand and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders.
Deming® is a registered trademark of Crane Pumps & Systems, Inc.
1996, 10/06
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Alteration Rights Reserved
A - GENERAL INFORMATION
B - BEFORE YOU BEGIN
TO THE PURCHASER:
Congratulations! You are the owner of one of the finest
pumps on the market today. These pumps are products
engineered and manufactured of high quality components.
With years of pump building experience along with a
continuing quality assurance program combine to produce
a pump which will stand up to the toughest applications.
Motor driven pumps are carefully aligned on sub-base
before shipment. However, after they are placed upon the
foundation and sub-base is bolted down, the alignment
must be rechecked and in MOST CASES it will be found
necessary to carefully realign the unit. Quite often a noisy
pump is due to pump and motor not being properly aligned.
IN SUCH CASES WE DISCLAIM ALL RESPONSIBILITY
FOR PROPER WORKING OF PUMP.
Pumps are normally furnished with standard stuffing box
construction as shown on page 5. Flushing type stuffing box,
or mechanical shaft seal on pages 5 and 6 can be furnished
in lieu of standard stuffing box.
Check local codes and requirements before installation.
Servicing should be performed by knowledgeable pump
service contractors or authorized service stations.
RECEIVING:
Upon receiving the pump, it should be inspected for
damage or shortages. If damage has occurred, file a claim
immediately with the company that delivered the pump.
If the manual is removed from the crating, do not lose or
misplace.
The single shaft seal on page 5 is used for handling clear
liquids at temperatures below their boiling point or 212°F
(100°C) as recommended by the seal manufacturer. A
portion of this liquid is by-passed into the seal chamber
through the by-pass tube (127) to serve as a lubricant and
as a coolant. The by-pass from the pump discharge must be
minimum of 20 pounds pressure above the suction pressure
of the pump to insure proper operation of the seal.
STORAGE:
Short Term - Pumps are manufactured for efficient
performance following long inoperative periods in storage.
For best results, pumps can be retained in storage, as
factory assembled, in a dry atmosphere with constant
temperatures for up to six (6) months.
The double shaft seal on page 6 is used when pumping
abrasive or non-lubricating liquids or liquids of excessive
temperature. If the discharge pressure ever exceeds 25
pounds, a sealing liquid at 15 to 20 pounds higher than
maximum discharge pressure must be circulated through
the seal chamber. Clear water under such pressure can be
used in most applications as a sealing liquid for lubrication
and cooling.
Long Term - Any length of time exceeding six (6) months,
but not more than twenty four (24) months. The units
should be stored in a temperature controlled area, a roofed
over walled enclosure that provides protection from the
elements (rain, snow, wind blown dust, etc..), and whose
temperature can be maintained between +40 deg. F and
+120 deg. F. Pump should be stored in its original shipping
container and before initial start up, rotate impeller by hand
to assure seal and impeller rotate freely.
If the discharge pressure is constantly under 25 pounds and
the temperature is less than the boiling point of the liquid
being pumped or 212°F (100°C), then seal chamber can be
filled with a quality light weight ball bearing grease. A springloaded compression type grease cup should be installed to
maintain pressure in the seal chamber.
SERVICE CENTERS:
For the location of the nearest Deming Service Center,
check your Deming representative or Crane Pumps &
Systems Service Department in Piqua, Ohio, telephone
(937) 778-8947 or Crane Pumps & Systems Canada, Inc.,
Bramton, Ontario, (905) 457-6223.
C - INSTALLATION
1. A good rigid foundation must be provided for pump
base.
2. Place pumping unit on foundation with bolts, of the
proper size, imbedded in the concrete. A pipe sleeve,
about 2½” diameters larger than the bolt, should be
used to allow for final positioning of the bolts. See
Figure 1.
Figure 1. Foundation Bolt
Location and Anchorage
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Level sub-base, to give a space of about 3/4”
for grouting, using rectangular metal blocks and shims,
or wedges having a small taper as shown in Figure 2.
ANGULAR
MISALIGNMENT
Figure 2. Adjusting Wedges for Mounting
3. Align the pump and motor shafts at the flexible coupling.
Hold a straight edge on the top of the coupling so that it
extends over both halves. Straight edge should rest
evenly across both rims of the coupling halves when the
straight edge is placed on the top, sides and bottom with
no light showing between the straight edge and rim of
the coupling. Also check vertical alignment of the
coupling faces with a thickness gauge. Faces must be
parallel and spaced about 1/8” apart when the motor
rotor is at its extreme position towards the pump. This
safe guards the pump shaft being crowded endwise by
the motor shaft end play. By proper adjustment of metal
shims under pump or motor, both halves of the flexible
coupling can be brought into alignment See Figure 3.
PARALLEL
MISALIGNMENT
4. Build a dam around sub-base at least 2” high for
grouting in with thin cement and after cement has
hardened, tighten anchor bolts.
5. Recheck alignment at drive coupling. Any misalignment
now apparent should be corrected by metal shims
under pump or motor. When properly aligned, pump
shaft should turn freely by hand.
6. A foot valve and strainer must be installed on the lower
end of the suction pipe to keep pump completely
filled with liquid when the pump is used under suction
lift conditions. Connect suction pipe to pump casing.
PERFECT
ALIGMENT
When a foot valve is used, it is absolutely necessary
to install a check valve in the discharge line near the
pump to prevent possible broken casing due to line
shock or surge when the pump stops. A gate valve
should also be installed in the discharge line. Connect
discharge pipe to pump casing.
It is very important that the suction and discharge pipes
“line up” naturally with the pump. DO NOT “pull” pipes
into position with flange bolts. Support pipes
independently of the pump to eliminate all strain on
the pump casing. Select discharge pipe size so velocity
is under 8 feet per second. Avoid sharp changes in
pipe sizes.
Figure 3
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GENERAL MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR
7. After pipes have been connected to pump, check
alignment at drive coupling. Correct any changes with
metal shims as in section “C”.
E - PROPER ADJUSTMENT OF IMPELLER
8. Check motor nameplate for electrical characteristics.
Be sure they are the same as the rating of the electrical
power available. Connect power lines to motor in accord
with wiring diagram on the motor and test motor
rotation, should turn in the direction indicated by arrow
cast on pump casing.
1. This pump features a locked bearing, therefore no
adjustment is required after pump leaves the factory.
F - PROPER ADJUSTMENT OF STUFFING BOX
9. Fill pump (and suction pipe) with water. Remove plug
(216) at top of casing (1) to relieve trapped air, then
replace plug. Close discharge gate valve and start
pump. When pump is up to speed, slowly open the
discharge valve to obtain desired capacity and pressure.
1. The liquid being pumped should constantly, yet slowly
drip from the stuffing box gland (17) when the pump
is running. This slow drip keeps the shaft from becoming
scored. NEVER tighten the gland so as to entirely stop
leakage through stuffing box. It increases the power and
wears the shaft in a short time.
D - LUBRICATION
2. The split gland (17) can be taken apart. This facilitates
repacking the stuffing box. Access to the packing (13) is
obtained by removing the nuts from bolts (209) which
fasten the stuffing box gland to the stuffing box head.
Clean out the drip holes in the gland occasionally as they
may become clogged, especially with new packing. The
drip hole allows the sealing liquid to drip thru the gland,
instead of passing between the gland and the shaft.
1. Pump bearings are properly filled with grease at the
factory before shipment. Periods of subsequent
lubrication depend somewhat on local conditions, loads,
speed, hours of operation, temperature, etc. Periodic
inspection of bearing lubrication should be made and
additional grease added as needed thru grease cups
(207) on the pump. A No. 2 grease (soft) is
recommended for most installations. Do Not over
grease as this causes high bearing temperatures and
shortens bearinglife.
3. Standard pumps are equipped with a circulation tube
(127) from discharge to the stuffing box lantern ring so
that the pump will not suck air in along the shaft when
the pump is operating on a suction lift. If the pump is to
operate with positive suction head, disconnect this tube,
plug the holes concerned and run the pump with the
stuffing box gland as loose as possible to avoid
excessive shaft wear through the stuffing box.
2. Motor bearings should also have periodic attention and
lubrication in accord with motor manufacturers
recommendations. Under ordinary conditions a ball
bearing will run from 10° to 60°F (-12.2° to 15.6°C)
above surrounding temperatures. Unless bearing
temperature runs extremely hot do not become alarmed.
G - GENERAL REPAIRS
Whenever it is necessary to dismantle the pump for repairs,
it should be removed from the sub-base. Disconnect the
suction and discharge pipes and remove the four cap
screws holding pump to sub-base. Drain pump by removing
drain plug in the bottom of the pump casing (1).
3. On standard-fitted, bronze-fitted and all-bronze
construction, the stuffing box is lubricated by liquid being
pumped, thru a by-pass tube. On all-iron construction,
the by-pass tube is eliminated and a grease cup installed
for stuffing box lubrication. A “water pump” grease is
recommended for the grease cup. If the liquid being
pumped is abrasive, a fresh water supply should be
connected to the stuffing box instead of the grease cup.
CLEAN AND INSPECT ALL PARTS
Extreme care should be exercised in keeping the parts
clean. Special precautions should be taken to keep ball
bearings dirt-free while in or out of the pump. The dirt will
damage the ball bearings, thus shortenting the trouble-free
service life of the pump.
4. Single seals normally do not require grease lubrication
as they are lubricated and cooled by the liquid returned
to the seal chamber thru the by-pass tube.
Any part which is excessively worn or deteriorated should
be replaced with new parts from factory.
5. Double seals should be cooled and lubricated by a
sealing liquid under pressure, such as clear water. If the
pressure at the inner face of the seal is constantly under
25 psi and the liquid temperature is under the boiling
point, or 212°F (100°C), a spring-loaded compression
type grease cup, filled with Standard Artic No. “O”
grease or equal, may be used if suitable sealing liquid is
not available.
When ordering repairs refer to the illustrations for part
names and the pump name plate on which is stamped
the figure number, size and serial number. Without this
information we cannot identify the pump and parts in
question.
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H - FOR INSPECTION AND REPAIR OF
LIQUID END
I - TO INSPECT OR REPLACE BALL
BEARINGS ON SHAFT
1. Remove suction head cap screws (215), then set a block
of wood against the finished flange or back of the suction
head (9) and tap block lightly with a hammer to loosen
suction head. Remove suction head from pump and
place casing gasket (73) in a bucket of water to keep it
soft and pliable.
1. Dismantle liquid end of pump as described in section “H”
then loosen set screws in pump half of drive coupling
and remove coupling from pump shaft. Also remove key
(32) from shaft.
2. Unscrew bearing cover cap screws (213) remove
bearing cover (37) and gasket (303). Remove shaft
sleeve (14) and slinger (40).
3. Remove adjusting nut clip (204) and unscrew bearing
adjusting nut (66), felt ring (49) and clamping ring (257)
as a unit. Pull the pump shaft (6) out thru the casing end
of the support head.
4. By inspection, determine whether it is necessary to
replace the ball bearings (16) & (18). If so, press on
inner race of the shielded side of the bearing and not
against the outer race of the bearing or the shaft
shoulder. Bearing collars will press off with the bearing.
Figure 4
J-
2. Unscrew the impeller nut (24) by turning
counter-clockwise while holding shaft (6) with a wrench
at drive coupling. Then remove gasket (241). Place
gasket in water.
REASSEMBLING OF SHAFT AND
BEARINGS
1. To replace bearings slide bearing (18) over the coupling
end of the shaft (shielded side first) until the inner race
is tight against the shaft shoulder. Then slide bearing
(16) onto impeller end of the shaft, shielded side first,
until the inner race is tight against the shaft shoulder.
Apply fresh grease, of the proper grade, between the
races of each bearing. Also fill bearing housing in the
support head about 1/4 full of grease. Never use any of
the old grease.
3. To remove the impeller (2) from the shaft, make three
special cap screws 1/2”-13NC with thread cut 3” long.
Screw these cap screws into the three tapped holes in
the impellers shroud. The cap screws will tighten
against the stuffing box head (11) thus forcing the
impeller from the shaft. Lift key (32) from its seat in the
shaft and remove shaft sleeve gasket (14).
2. Inspect felt ring (49) in the bearing cover (37) and in the
bearing adjusting nut (66). To replace felt rings remove
clamping rings (257) and insert new felt rings. Press
clamping rings into position.
4. To remove the pump casing (1), first disconnect
by-pass tube (127) from the casing then remove casing
cap screws (215), casing and stuffing box gasket (241)
will lift off the frame (19). Place gasket in water.
3. Insert shaft (6) into support head (11) from casing end,
coupling end of shaft first. Push shaft thru support head
until bearing (18) is tight against snap ring (202).
Replace bearing adjusting nut (66), with felt ring and
clamping ring in place. Screw in the adjusting nut until
it is against the outside bearing race. Be sure
the coupling bearing (18) is against the snap ring. Do
Not tighten the bearing adjusting nut excessively as this
may ruin the bearings. After completing the above, back
the bearing adjusting nut (66) off the equivalent of
1 to 1½ notches in the bearing adjusting nut face. Lock
the bearing adjusting nut (66) in position with adjusting
nut clip (204). Push the shaft sleeve (14) with slinger
(40) onto the shaft. Replace gasket (73) and bearing
cover (37). Insert cap screws (213) and tighten securely.
Place square key (46) in keyway on coupling end of
pump shaft and press pumphalf of drive coupling onto
shaft. Tighten seal screws.
5. The stuffing box head (11) can be removed after
loosening gland bolts (209) and nuts (210).
6. When necessary to replace wearing rings (27) & (25),
the casing wearing ring (27) can be pressed from the
casing, a small wheel puller can be used to remove the
suction head wearing ring (25).
When pressing in a new casing wearing ring (27), the
face of the wearing ring should be flush with the inside
face of the casing (1).
Press in the new suction head wearing ring (25) until it
firmly seats against the shoulder of the frame (19).
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K - REASSEMBLY OF LIQUID END
M - TO REPLACE SINGLE MECHANICAL SEAL
Refer to Figure 5.
NOTE: Seals are available as a complete assembly only.
1. If stuffing box head (11) was removed, place stuffing box
head over shaft in manner shown with slots for bolts and
nuts on the horizontal centerline. The holes in the flange
of the stuffing box head should be in line with those in
the frame (19).
1. Special precautions must be observed when handling
a mechanical seal. DO NOT drop seal face carbons, or
floating seats, nor scratch the lapped faces of these
parts.
2. Insert casing cap screws (215) thru holes in support
head and stuffing box head and position gasket (73) on
the stuffing box head. Place casing (1) on the support
head with discharge in the desired position. Tighten
casing cap screws securely. Connect by-pass tubing
(127) to casing.
3. Line up keyway in shaft sleeve (14) with keyway in
pump shaft. Replace impeller key (32) and gasket (30).
Place impeller (2) on shaft with keyway over impeller
key. Replace gasket (30) and impeller nut (24) and
tighten securely.
4. Position casing gasket (241) on frame (19) and
replace suction head on the casing. Fasten in place with
cap screws (239).
5. Replace gland bolts (209) and nuts (210). See section
“L”. Repacking Standard Stuffing Box”. Also, see section
“F”. Proper Adjustment of Stuffing Box.”
Figure 5
L - REPACKING STANDARD STUFFING BOX
1. Remove stuffing box bolts (209) and nuts (210) also
gland bolts and nuts and remove gland from shaft. With
a packing puller, remove the old stuffing box packing
(13) and lantern ring (29) from the stuffing box (11).
A
B
C
D
E
2. Make sure that the correct packing is used for liquid
being pumped.
Item 33 Tubing & Connector
Seal Head
F Spring
Seat Gasket
G Bellows
Floating Seat
H Spring Holder
Seal Face Carbon
J
Spacer
Retainer
2. To remove the seal assembly, dismantle the liquid end
of the pump as described in Section “H”. After removing
the casing, the seal head assembly may be removed
from the support head. Press the seat gasket (B) and
floating seat (C) from the seal head (A).
3. To install new seal assembly, oil the outer surface of the
seat gasket (B) and press seat gasket and floating seat
assembly (B) and (C) into the seal head cavity. DO NOT
SCRATCH FACE OF FLOATING SEAT.
3. Cut five rings of packing so that when wrapped around
the shaft, the ends just touch.
4. Tamp first ring into stuffing box, then turn shaft over by
hand.
5. Stagger the next packing ring joint so that the joinst will
be 180º apart. Seat ring evenly and tamp into place.
Turn shaft again by hand.
4. Apply a thin coating of clean light oil (not grease) to the
shaft and reposition seal head (A) on the support head.
Also apply a thin coating of light oil to the inside of the
seal bellows, slide the seal face carbon (D), bellows (G),
retainer (E), spring (F), spring holder (H) and spacer (J)
onto the shaft. NOTE: It may be necessary to use a
piece of tubing, slightly larger than the shaft, to push the
bellows and retainer onto the shaft. Apply pressure only
on the “tail section” of the bellows and retainer.
6. Place lantern ring (29) in next.
7. Postion and seat the next three rings of packing
separately, staggering the joints 180º apart. Tamp into
place.
8. Replace split gland, (17) fastening the two halves
together with gland bolts and nuts. Replace and tighten
stuffing box bolts and nuts, then loosen nuts until shaft
can be turned freely by hand. See section “F” for proper
adjustment.
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5. Insert casing cap screws (215) through holes in support
head and seal head and position gasket (73) on seal
head. Complete assembly of liquid end as described in
Section “K”.
2. To remove the seal assembly, dismantle the liquid end of
the pump as described in Section “H”, then unscrew
gland bolts (209) and nuts (210). Remove seal head
casting (A) from the support head, exposing the seal
assembly. Grasp the seal firmly by hand and twist it
on the shaft to break the seal between the bellows and
the shaft. The seal can now be pulled from the shaft.
Also remove the seal gland (C) from the shaft. Place
gland gasket (B) in water. Press seat gaskets (D) and
floating seat (E) from the seal gland (C) and seal head
N - TO REPLACE DOUBLE MECHANICAL SEAL
Refer to Figures 6 & 7.
NOTE: Seals are available as a complete assembly only.
1. Special precautions must be observed when handling
a mechanical seal. DO NOT drop the seal face carbons
or floating seats nor scratch the lapped faces for these
pieces.
Figure 7
(A).
3. To install new seal assembly, oil the outer surface of
seat gasket (D) and press seat gasket and floating seat
assembly (D) and (E) into the seal gland cavity. Also
apply oil to the outer surface of seat gasket and press
seat gasket and floating seat assembly into the cavity in
the base of the seal head (A). DO NOT SCRATCH FACE
OF FLOATING SEATS.
Figure 6
A
B
C
D
E
Seal Head
Seal Gasket
Seal Gland
Seat Gasket
Floating Seat
F
G
H
J
Seal Face Carbon
Retainer
Spring
Bellows
4. Also a thin coating of light oil (not grease) to the shaft and
inside of bellows then slide the seal gland assembly (C)
onto the shaft, followed by the gland gasket (B), then
the seal face carbon (F), with retainer (G) and bellows
(J). It may be necessary to use a piece of tubing, slightly
larger than the shaft, to push the bellows and retainer
onto the shaft. Apply pressure only on the “tail section”
of the bellows and retainer. Next, place the spring (H)
over the first section of the seal already on the shaft, then
slide the second bellows, retainer and seal face carbon
onto the shaft.
5. Next, place the seal head (A) over the shaft with slots
for bolts (209) and nuts (210) on the horizontal centerline.
The holes in the flange of the seal head should be in line
with those of the support head. Insert casing cap screws
(215) through holes in the support head and seal head
and position gasket (73) on seal head. Complete
assembly of liquid end as described in Section “K”.
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O - LOCATING TROUBLE
4. Pump Works for a while, then Quits
a. Leaky suction line
b. Suction plugged
c. Suction lift too high, over 15 feet (check with
vacuum gauge)
d. Air or gas in liquid
1. No Liquid Delivered
a. Wrong direction of rotation
b. Speed too low - Check with revolution counter
c. Discharge head is too high
d. Impeller or pipe lines plugged
e. Pump not primed
f. Suction lift too high, over 15 feet (check with
vacuum gauge)
5. Pump Takes Too Much Power
a. Speed too high
b. Liquid either viscous or heavier than water, or
both.
c. Impeller too large in diameter
d. Motor windings going bad
e. Bearings too tight
f. Shaft is bent
g. Strain on casing caused by piping misalignment
h. Head lower than rating
2. Not Enough Liquid Delivered
a. Discharge head higher than anticipated
b. Speed too low (check with revolution couter)
c. Air leaks in suction pipe or stuffing box.
d. Suction lift too high, over 15 feet (check with
vacuum gauge)
e. Impeller partially plugged
f. Not enough suction head for hot water
g. Mechanical defects
1. Impeller worn or damaged
2. Casing worn
h. Foot valve too small
i. Foot valve not immersed deep enough.
When ordering repairs, refer to drawing and give
information stamped on nameplate which is:
Figure Number, Pump Size and Serial Number. Unless
we have this information, we cannot identify pump and
guarantee the repairs to fit.
3. Not Enough Pressure
a. Air in water
b. Mechanical defects
c. Impeller diameter too small
d. Speed too low
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Item No.
1
2
6
9
11
13
* 14
* 16
17
* 18
19
25
* 26
27
29
30
Name of Part
Casing
Impeller
Pump Shaft
Suction Cover
Packing Box Cover
Packing
Shaft Sleeve
Ball Bearing (Inboard)
Split Gland
Ball Bearing (Outboard)
Frame
Suction Head Wear Ring
Cap Screw
Casing Wear Ring
Lantern Ring
Impeller Washer Gasket
Item No.
Name of Part
Item No.
Name of Part
32
37
* 38
40
46
* 49
66
* 73
127
202
203
204
207
209
210
212
Impeller Key
Bearing Cover (Outboard)
Shaft Gasket Sleeve
Deflector
Coupling Key
Bearing Cover Seal (Felt Ring)
Shaft Adjusting Nut
Casing Gasket
Tubing Assembly with Connectors
Snap Ring
Name Plate
Adjusting Nut Clip
Grease Fitting
Gland Bolt
Hex Nut
Cap Screw
213
214
215
216
229
236
240
* 241
242
243
257
* 270
* 272
* 303
337
Cap Screw
Drive Screw
Cap Screws
Pipe Plug
Lockwasher
Pipe Plug
Pipe Plug
Packing Box Cover Gasket
Grease Fitting
Grease Fitting
Clamp Ring
Impeller Washer
O-Ring
Bearing Cover Gasket
Cap Screw
* Recommended spare parts
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Limited 24 Month Warranty
Crane Pumps & Systems warrants that products of our manufacture will be free of defects in material and workmanship
under normal use and service for twenty-four (24) months after manufacture date, when installed and maintained
in accordance with our instructions.This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and there may also be other rights
which vary from state to state. In the event the product is covered by the Federal Consumer Product Warranties Law
(1) the duration of any implied warranties associated with the product by virtue of said law is limited to the same
duration as stated herein, (2) this warranty is a LIMITED WARRANTY, and (3) no claims of any nature whatsoever
shall be made against us, until the ultimate consumer, his successor, or assigns, notifies us in writing of the defect,
and delivers the product and/or defective part(s) freight prepaid to our factory or nearest authorized service station.
Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply.
THE SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY FOR BREACH OF ANY AND ALL WARRANTIES WITH RESPECT TO ANY
PRODUCT SHALL BE TO REPLACE OR REPAIR AT OUR ELECTION, F.O.B. POINT OF MANUFACTURE OR
AUTHORIZED REPAIR STATION, SUCH PRODUCTS AND/OR PARTS AS PROVEN DEFECTIVE. THERE SHALL BE
NO FURTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER BASED ON WARRANTY, NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE. Unless expressly
stated otherwise, guarantees in the nature of performance specifications furnished in addition to the foregoing material
and workmanship warranties on a product manufactured by us, if any, are subject to laboratory tests corrected for
field performance. Any additional guarantees, in the nature of performance specifications must be in writing and such
writing must be signed by our authorized representative. Due to inaccuracies in field testing if a conflict arises between
the results of field testing conducted by or for user, and laboratory tests corrected for field performance, the latter
shall control. RECOMMENDATIONS FOR SPECIAL APPLICATIONS OR THOSE RESULTING FROM SYSTEMS
ANALYSES AND EVALUATIONS WE CONDUCT WILL BE BASED ON OUR BEST AVAILABLE EXPERIENCE AND
PUBLISHED INDUSTRY INFORMATION. SUCH RECOMMENDATIONS DO NOT CONSTITUTE A WARRANTY OF
SATISFACTORY PERFORMANCE AND NO SUCH WARRANTY IS GIVEN.
This warranty shall not apply when damage is caused by (a) improper installation, (b) improper voltage (c) lightning
(d) excessive sand or other abrasive material (e) scale or corrosion build-up due to excessive chemical content. Any
modification of the original equipment will also void the warranty. We will not be responsible for loss, damage or labor
cost due to interruption of service caused by defective parts. Neither will we accept charges incurred by others without
our prior written approval.
This warranty is void if our inspection reveals the product was used in a manner inconsistent with normal industry practice
and\or our specific recommendations. The purchaser is responsible for communication of all necessary information
regarding the application and use of the product. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES WILL WE BE RESPONSIBLE FOR
ANY OTHER DIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO TRAVEL EXPENSES,
RENTED EQUIPMENT, OUTSIDE CONTRACTOR FEES, UNAUTHORIZED REPAIR SHOP EXPENSES, LOST
PROFITS, LOST INCOME, LABOR CHARGES, DELAYS IN PRODUCTION, IDLE PRODUCTION, WHICH DAMAGES
ARE CAUSED BY ANY DEFECTS IN MATERIAL AND\OR WORKMANSHIP AND\OR DAMAGE OR DELAYS IN
SHIPMENT. THIS WARRANTY IS EXPRESSLY IN LIEU OF ANY OTHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY,
INCLUDING ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
No rights extended under this warranty shall be assigned to any other person, whether by operation of law or otherwise,
without our prior written approval.
A Crane Co. Company
420 Third Street
Piqua, Ohio 45356
Phone: (937) 778-8947
Fax: (937) 773-7157
www.cranepumps.com
83 West Drive, Brampton
Ontario, Canada L6T 2J6
Phone: (905) 457-6223
Fax: (905) 457-2650
IMPORTANT!
WARRANTY REGISTRATION
Your product is covered by the enclosed Warranty.
To complete the Warranty Registration Form go to:
http://www.cranepumps.com/ProductRegistration/
If you have a claim under the provision of the warranty, contact your local
Crane Pumps & Systems, Inc. Distributor.
RETURNED GOODS
RETURN OF MERCHANDISE REQUIRES A “RETURNED GOODS AUTHORIZATION”.
CONTACT YOUR LOCAL CRANE PUMPS & SYSTEMS, INC. DISTRIBUTOR.
Products Returned Must Be Cleaned, Sanitized,
Or Decontaminated As Necessary Prior To Shipment,
To Insure That Employees Will Not Be Exposed To Health
Hazards In Handling Said Material. All Applicable Laws
And Regulations Shall Apply.
A Crane Co. Company
START-UP REPORT
General Information
Pump Owner’s Name: __________________________________________________________
Address: ____________________________________________________________________
Location of Installation: _________________________________________________________
Contact Person: __________________________________Phone: _______________________
Purchased From: _____________________________________________________________
Nameplate Data
Pump Model #: ___________________ Serial #:_____________________________________
Part #: __________________________ Impeller Diameter: ____________________________
Voltage: _________ Phase: _____ Ø
Hertz: ____________Horsepower: _______________
Full Load Amps: ___________________ Service Factor Amps: __________________________
Motor Manufacturer: ___________________________________________________________
Controls
Control panel manufacturer: _____________________________________________________
Model/Part number: ____________________________________________________________
Number of pumps operated by control panel: ________________________________________
Short circuit protection? YES___ NO___
Type: _________________________________
Number and size of short circuit device(s): ___________ Amp rating: ___________________
Overload Type: _____________ Size: ______________ Amp rating: ___________________
Do protection devices comply with pump and motor Amp rating? YES___ NO___
Are all electrical and panel entry connections tight? YES___ NO___
Is the interior of the panel dry? YES___ NO___
Liquid level Control Brand and Model:______________________________________________
Pre-Startup
All Pumps
Type of equipment: NEW___ REBUILT___ USED___
Condition of equipment at Start-Up: DRY___ WET___ MUDDY___
Was Equipment Stored? YES___ NO___
Length of Storage: ______________________
Liquid being pumped: __________________ Liquid Temperature: _____________________
Supply Voltage/Phase/Frequency matches nameplate? YES___ NO___
Shaft turns freely? YES___ NO___
Direction of rotation verified for 3Ø motors? YES___ NO___
Debris in piping or wet well? YES___ NO___
Debris removed in your presence? YES___ NO___
Pump case/wet well filled with liquid before startup? YES___ NO___
Is piping properly supported? YES___ NO___
Non-Submersible Pumps
Is base plate properly installed / grouted? YES___ NO___ N/A___
Coupling Alignment Verified per I&O Manual? YES___ NO___ N/A___
Grease Cup/Oil Reservoir Level checked? YES___ NO___ N/A___
Submersible Pumps
Resistance of cable and pump motor (measured at pump control):
Red-Black:_______Ohms(Ω)
Red-White:_______Ohms(Ω) White-Black:_______Ohms(Ω)
Resistance of Ground Circuit between Control Panel and outside of pump:__________Ohms(Ω)
MEG Ohms check of insulation:
Red to Ground: _________ White to Ground: __________ Black to Ground: ____________
Operational Checks
Is there noise or vibration present? YES___ NO___ Source of noise/vibration: ___________
Does check valve operate properly? YES___ NO___ N/A___
Is system free of leaks? YES___ NO___
Leaks at: ______________________________
Does system appear to operate at design flow rate? YES___ NO___
Nominal Voltage: _____________________ Phase: 1Ø 3Ø (select one)
Voltage Reading at panel connection, Pump OFF: L1, L2 _____ L2, L3 ____ L1, L3 _____
Voltage Reading at panel connection, Pump ON: L1, L2 ______ L2, L3 ____ L1, L3 _____
Amperage Draw, Pump ON: L1 ____________
L2 _____________
L3 _____________
Submersible Pumps
Are BAF and guide rails level / plumb? YES___ NO___
Is pump seated on discharge properly? YES___ NO___
Are level controls installed away from turbulence? YES___ NO___
Is level control operating properly? YES___ NO___
Is pump fully submerged during operation? YES___ NO___
Follow up/Corrective Action Required
YES___
NO___
Additional Comments:
____________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________
Startup performed by: _____________________
Date: ______________________________
Present at Start-Up
( ) Engineer: ____________________________
( ) Operator: ________________________
( ) Contactor:____________________________
( ) Other: ___________________________
All parties should retain a copy of this report for future trouble shooting/reference
A Crane Co. Company
420 Third Street
Piqua, Ohio 45356
Phone: (937) 778-8947
Fax: (937) 773-7157
www.cranepumps.com
83 West Drive, Brampton
Ontario, Canada L6T 2J6
Phone: (905) 457-6223
Fax: (905) 457-2650
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