I , O M

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CONDENSATE PUMPS
TYPE DC & DS
IOM MANUAL
Caution: This Unit is designed for atmospheric operation. DO NOT
Pressurize Receiver.
INSTALLATION, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE (IOM) INFORMATION
PLEASE LEAVE THIS MANUAL FOR OWNER’S USE
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Read this manual carefully to learn how to safely install and operate your pump. Throughout
this manual there are a number of SAFETY HAZARDS that must be read and adhered to in
order to prevent possible personal injury and/or damage to the equipment.
Three keywords, “DANGER” ,“WARNING”, and “CAUTION”, are used to indicate the potential
severity of the hazard, and are preceded by a SAFETY ALERT SYMBOL. Failure to follow the
safety-related instructions may result in a safety hazard.
DS
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, WILL
result in serious injury or death.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, COULD
DC
result in serious injury or death.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, MAY result in minor or moderate injury.
THOROUGHLY REVIEW ALL INSTRUCTIONS AND WARNINGS PRIOR TO PERFORMING ANY WORK ON THIS PUMP.
Introduction:
Because pump installations are seldom identical, this manual cannot
possibly provide detailed instructions and precautions for each specific
application. Therefore, it is the responsibility and the duty of all personnel
involved in the installation, operation and maintenance of the equipment
to ensure that applications not addressed in this manual are performed
only after establishing that neither operator safety nor pump integrity
are compromised by the installation.
Pre-Installation Check:
Open all cartons and inspect for shipping damage. Report any damage
to your shipping carrier or SHIPCO® sales representative immediately.
Always verify that the pump nameplate Voltage, Phase, and Horsepower ratings as well as Amps rating on motor match your control
panel and power supply. Warranty does not cover damage caused by
connecting pumps and controls to an incorrect power source (i.e., voltage and phase).
Site Inspection:
Electrical Code, as well all national, state and local codes. Code
questions should be directed to your local electrical inspector. Failure
to follow electrical codes and OSHA safety standards may result in
personal injury or equipment damage. Failure to follow manufacturer’s
installation instructions may result in electrical shock, fire hazard,
personal injury or death, damaged equipment, provide unsatisfactory
performance, and may void the manufacturer’s warranty.
Motor must have a properly sized starter with a properly sized heater
to provide overload and under voltage protection unless motor meets
following two conditions: single phase and motor horsepower is 1 HP
or less. Motors that satisfy these two conditions have built-in thermal
overload protection.
Operating personnel should be trained in the operation of the pump
and any associated system.
Unit and/or Pump Location:
Hazard
If pump and motor are operating at extremely high or low
temperatures, insulate and ventilate as required.
Hazard
The pump should be of the proper size and capacity for the proposed
installation. Refer to nameplate for rated capacities. Check motor
voltage against available power supply.
Installation:
Units are furnished with motors classified as either Open Drip Proof
(ODP) or Totally Enclosed Fan Cooled (TEFC) motors. Controls can
be NEMA 1 or NEMA 4. Other classifications, such as explosion proof,
are available upon request. Locate unit only in areas of the proper
classification based on motor data and NEMA classifications of the
equipment purchased.
Hazard
Electrical connections are to be made by a qualified electrician in
accordance with the National Electrical Code (NEC) or the Canadian
DC models are furnished with cast iron receivers; DS models are typically furnished with black steel receivers. Other receiver options such
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SHIPCO® IS A REGISTERED TRADEMARK OF SHIPPENSBURG PUMP CO., INC.
FORM IOM DC & DS Revised 8/06
PRINTED IN THE U.S.A. • BEIDEL PRINTING HOUSE, INC., 717-532-5063
COPYRIGHT © 2006 SHIPPENSBURG PUMP COMPANY, INC.
SECTION DC - PAGE 0800
as stainless steel are available. Steel receivers can also be made
thicker or lined. For most applications, stainless steel offers superior
resistance to corrosion than black steel. However if the water contains
“ides” such as chloride, stainless steel tanks can be subject to stress
corrosion cracking that will lead to premature failure of tank.
Unit is designed for atmospheric operation. DO NOT pressurize receiver!
A high ambient temperature will cause thermal overload protection to
shut off the pump. To facilitate maintenance, place unit for easy access to all parts. Allow adequate space for servicing.
Seal Flush Line (or Bleed Line):
If pump discharge is rated for 75 PSIG or greater, the pump may be
equipped with an automatic flow control valve that functions as the
balancing valve. When an automatic flow control valve is included, it
must be installed in the discharge piping immediately after the pump’s
discharge flange or union and before any other valves (See Figure
2). The automatic flow control valve is used to set the pump at the
design operating conditions to prevent motor overload and pump
cavitations. Note that the sequence of piping when using an automatic flow control valve is different from the manual flow control valve
piping.
Notes on Piping:
1.
Heat/Hot Surface
SHIPCO® pumps are manufactured with provisions for a seal flush line.
This line helps prevent the pump from vapor binding and allows the
pump to operate against a dead shut-off for periods of time without
burning the seals. The bleed line must remain open.
Vent Connection:
Install a full sized vent to atmosphere from the receiver. DO NOT install
any shut-off valves or other type of valves in the vent line.
2.
When installing the pump, if the discharge flange of the pump
does not include a tapping for a discharge pressure gauge port,
a gauge port should be installed in the discharge piping.
The piping should include isolation valves on both the suction
and discharge sides of the pump and have a drain valve in the
suction line.
When installing the suction and discharge connections to a threaded
pump housing, a Teflon tape sealer or a high quality thread sealant is
recommended.
Install overflow piping to drain. (An overflow loop and anti-siphoning
orifice can be installed to prevent venting through the overflow.)
For specific instructions on installation, operation and maintenance of
pump/motor assemblies fitted to receiver, refer to the IOM Manual for
Model D pumps.
Return Piping:
Electrical Wiring:
Overflow:
Properly pitched gravity return lines are piped to the unit as shown in
the Typical Piping Diagram (Figure 2). An isolation valve should be
installed for servicing. An inlet strainer should be installed to remove
foreign material and prolong the pump life.
DC and DS units are furnished with single-phase or three-phase
motors. Single-phase motors are usually furnished as dual 115/230/
1/60. Three-phase motors are usually furnished as tri-voltage 208/
230/460/3/60. Motors should be connected according to manufacturer’s
instructions for correct voltage.
Suction Piping:
If control panel is furnished, confirm that the nameplate data on the
control panel[s] matches the supply current. If the nameplate data
does not match the power source, consult factory.
Heat/Hot Surface
An isolation valve may be installed in the suction piping between the
receiver and pump suction for servicing the pump. The valve will be
sized to allow an adequate flow of water to meet the Net Positive
Suction Head (NPSH) requirement of the pump.
Discharge Piping:
If the pump does not have a flanged discharge, install a union
immediately beyond the pump discharge.
A spring-loaded check valve should be installed in the discharge piping near to the pump to prevent backflow into the unit. Next, a manual
flow control valve (e.g., ball valve, globe valve, or steam cock) must
be installed after the spring-loaded check valve and near to the pump
discharge flange or union (see Figure 2) to “balance the pump” (i.e.,
adjusting discharge flow of the pump to keep it running at the design
operating conditions for flow rate and discharge pressure). A gate valve
should not be used as a manual flow control valve. Note that some
people refer to the term “balancing the pump” as either “throttling the
pump” or “choking the pump”.
Verify controls, starter coils, etc., match the control voltages before
installing. The secondary side of transformer is the control circuit.
Wire in accordance with the National Electrical Code, state and local
codes where applicable. See typical wiring diagram (Figure 1).
Single phase drip proof motors up to and including 1 HP have built-in
thermal overload protection. Magnetic starters are not required on
these motors.
Single phase drip proof motors larger than 1 HP and all three phase
motors require magnetic starters.
Short Circuit Protection:
According to the National Electrical Code, branch circuit over-current
protection must be provided for each contactor or starter. The following
table is provided as a guide. DO NOT EXCEED MAXIMUM
PROTECTIVE DEVICE RATINGS.
FIGURE 1
FIGURE 2
TYPICAL PIPING DIAGRAM
WARNING: The manufacturer will not be liable for any malfunction, damage, or destruction of the equipment if the equipment is not installed properly
or is not installed by professionals, licensed and registered as required. Failure to follow and install the equipment according to job specific drawings,
made by professionals who are licensed and registered as required and are familiar with the equipment, and failure to have the equipment installed by
professionals, who are licensed and registered as required, in accordance with local, state, and federal codes will void all warranties and will void any
liability upon the manufacturer. In addition, all warranties, including warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose are null and void
for failure to follow job specific drawings made by professionals who are licensed and registered as required and are familiar with the equipment, and
failure to have the equipment installed by professionals, who are licensed and registered as required, in accordance with local, state, and federal codes.
NOTE: Bleed line shut-off
valve MUST remain open
unless pump is being serviced.
PUTTING THE PUMP INTO SERVICE:
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
Flush unit to drain to remove any debris from total system (i.e.,
pipes, radiators, receivers, etc.). Make sure all debris has been
removed from inlet strainer after start-up of system. Reinstall
drain plug.
Remove shipping brackets on float switches. Per instructions on
tag attached to float switch, remove shipping bracket (See Figure 3) from each float switch or mechanical alternator as per
manufacturer’s instructions. The float switch has been factory
set for maximum capacity of the receiver. Should an alternate
setting be required, refer to the float switch manufacturer’s instructions. If needed, reference Technical Articles section on the
SHIPCO® website (www.shipcopumps.com) for detailed instructions
on how to adjust a float switch or mechanical alternator:
Adjusting a Nema 1 Square-D, 9037 Series Float Switch
Adjusting a Nema 1 Square-D, 9038 Series Mechanical Alternator
Adjust the throttling valve (closed) installed in pump discharge
to bring pump discharge pressure to design conditions. When
proper conditions have been met, tighten valve and remove
handle.
Priming of Pump: Refer to Model D pump IOM Manual.
Motor Lubrication: The pump is a close-coupled centrifugal unit.
The pump typically has no internal bearings. Refer to the Model
D pump IOM Manual for additional information.
Bleed line shut-off valve MUST REMAIN OPEN unless pump
is being serviced.
Mounting Plate
Float Arm
on Left
Side
Shipping Bracket
WARNING!
Switch is shipped with a
bracket attached to the
mounting plate to prevent
the float from moving in
the tank during shipment.
When installing the unit,
this bracket, clearly
marked with a tag, MUST
be removed for float
switch to operate.
FIGURE 3—Float Switch
MECHANICAL SEAL REPLACEMENT
INSTRUCTIONS FOR MODELS DC
AND DS
For Model DC and Model DS condensate units, when it is necessary to
replace a mechanical seal refer to the procedures in the Installation,
Operation, and Maintenance Manual (IOM) for Model D Pump.
Note: Seals will be damaged if operated dry.
TROUBLESHOOTING CHECKLIST
PUMP WILL NOT RUN
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Power supply has been interrupted. Disconnect switch is open
or selector switch improperly positioned.
Improper voltage supplied to motor. Check voltage and wiring
with motor characteristics.
Incorrect starter coil for power supply.
Overload relays in starter have tripped out and must be reset.
Ambient temperature may be excessive.
Wiring to power source is incorrect or connections may be loose.
Control signals are for pump to be “off.”
PUMP GPM CAPACITY IS REDUCED
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
Pump is running backwards. Rotation should be clockwise looking down upon motor toward the pump. Rotation of three-phase
motors can be corrected by interchanging any 2 of the 3 wires.
(Note: Any electrical service should be performed by a qualified
electrician.)
Pump is not throttled to the design condition for the pump.
Total pressure at pump discharge is greater than that which the
pump was designed for. Check pressure requirements which include system back pressure, and friction and static head.
Excessive suction lift, incorrect piping or undersized piping from
the pump.
A valve in the pump suction line or discharge line is closed or
throttled too much. Check valve in the pump discharge piping is
installed backwards.
The impeller eye is blocked with trash or debris.
Pump is undersized for the system.
A strainer is dirty, causing a reduction in flow.
Pump has lost its prime. Release trapped air in the pump and
reprime.
Steam traps are blowing through, causing the condensate to return at excessive temperatures. Depending on the unit and type
of pump furnished, this could greatly reduce the capacity of the
pump below its stated rating. Traps should be repaired or replaced.
Excessive temperatures. Capacity of pump may be reduced below its rating. Elevate receiver.
EXCESSIVE PUMP NOISE
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Pump is running backwards. Check rotation by bumping the motor.
Rotation should be clockwise while looking down at the rear of
the motor.
Pump is working against a lower pressure than it was designed
for. (The pump is not balanced or throttled.) Install a balancing
valve, plug cock or steam cock in the discharge line following the
gate valve. Do not use a gate valve for balancing the pump.
The seats in the valve will wear over time, causing the valve
to lose its design condition point. Throttle the balancing valve
until the operating pressure at the pump discharge approaches
the rated pump pressure.
Magnetic hum or bearing noise in motor. Consult the motor
manufacturer’s authorized service technician.
Starter chatters. Trouble is caused by low line voltage, poor connections, defective starter coil, or burned contacts.
Excessive ambient temperature. Correct the system conditions.
Entrained air. Release the trapped air pocket.
Representative Servicing:
If trouble occurs that cannot be rectified, contact your local SHIPCO®
representative who will need the following information in order to provide
assistance:
1.
Provide all information on pump and motor from SHIPCO® nameplate (see example).
2.
Suction and discharge pipe pressure gauge readings.
3.
Ampere draw of the motor.
4.
A sketch of the pump hook-up and piping.
UNIT MODEL
MANUFACTURED BY
RATED
P.O. BOX 279, SHIPPENSBURG, PA 17257
PHONE: (717) 532-7321 • FAX: (717) 532-7704
WWW.SHIPCOPUMPS.COM
GPM @
MOTOR HP
VOLTAGE
UNIT SERIAL NO.
PUMP TYPE
PSIG
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