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Operation,

Service & Parts


Manual
GF 20K H20 CAT 777
WATER TRUCK
Unit Serial No. 713012

Copyright 2009, by Ground Force Mfg. L.L.C. All rights reserved. No


part of this manual may be reproduced in any form or by any means
(including electronic storage and retrieval or translation into a foreign
language) without prior agreement and written consent from Ground Force as
governed by the United States and International Copyright Laws.

Ground Forge Mfg. L.L.C.


E. 5650 Seltice Way
Post Falls, Idaho 83854
(208) 664-9291

Printing History: First Edition June, 2010


Contents
Part One: GENERAL

Part Two: OPERATION

Part Three: MAINTENANCE / TROUBLE SHOOTING


*SEE INDIVIDUAL COMPONENT MANUAL (S) IN SECTION 4

Part Four: PARTS


LW General and Ground Force makes no warranty with
LIMITED WARRANTY respect to:
A. Ground Force warrants that the specialty
equipment it manufactures, including 1. Defects not reported and defective items
accessory equipment and parts manufactured not returned to Ground Force within the
by Ground Force, shall be free from: warranty period;

1. Defects in material and workmanship 2. Failure and damages due to


furnished by Ground Force and used in misapplication, lack of proper
the fabrication thereof; maintenance, abuse, improper
installation, or abnormal conditions of
2 Defects arising from the selection of temperature, moisture, dirt or corrosive
materials or processes of manufacture; matter;

3. Defects in the design thereof in view of 3. Failure due to operations, intentional or


the state of the art on the date hereof. otherwise, in any improper manner;

The foregoing warranty shall apply also to 4. Damage caused by components, or


accessories, equipment and parts manufactured to parts, or accessories built by others or
Ground Forces detailed design and specifications which were not manufactured or
and supplied to Ground Force by other installed by Ground Force.
manufacturers.
5. Any item which has in any way been
B. Ground Force makes no warranty with regard altered by anyone other than an
to component parts not manufactured or authorized representative of Ground
fabricated by it, but agrees to assign to the Force.
purchaser all of its rights under any original
manufacturer's warranty covering such 6. Any item damaged in shipment or
component parts, and agrees to assist the otherwise without the fault of Ground
purchaser in making such contacts with the Force.
manufacturer of such component parts as may
be necessary to protect its right under the Ground Force shall in no way be liable for any
warranty covering them. expenses incurred by the purchaser in any attempt to
repair, replace or rework any originally defective item
C. In case of defects in materials or workmanship of sale. Ground Force shall in no way be liable for
or defects arising from the selection of material any losses, costs, forfeiture or damages (including
or processes of manufacture, such defects must loss of profits, liabilities of the purchaser, or its
become apparent in the machine, accessory, customers, or third persons, and all other
equipment or part within six months or 1,000 consequential damages), whether direct or indirect,
hours of operations, whichever shall first and whether or not resulting from or contributed to by
expire after delivery of the machine to the the default or negligence of Ground Force, its agents,
original purchaser. employees and subcontractors, which might be
claimed as a result of the defect, use or failure of the
The extent of Ground Forces liability under this item delivered.
warranty as to defects in material or workmanship
and defects arising from the selection of materials or Except as stated, there is no warranty, express or
the processes of manufacture is limited to the repair implied, in connection with the design, manufacture,
of such defects or to the repair or replacement (with a sale or use of the machinery, accessories, equipment
similar item free from the defect in question) of any and parts sold by Ground Force. Ground Forces
accessory, equipment, or part which is defective in liability on its warranty shall in no event exceed the
any such respects. cost of the item of sale.

D. The extent of Ground Forces liability under


this warranty as to defects inherent in design is
limited to the correction at its expense of all
such defects becoming apparent in the
machine, accessory, equipment or part
purchased here within six months or 1,000
hours of use, whichever shall first expire.

E. The warranty of Ground Force does not cover,


1. GENERAL
Thank you for selecting Ground Force manufacturing L.L.C. as your
supplier of mining and construction support equipment.

Our business is based on providing quality equipment and the


service to support it. Our Parts Department in Post Falls is stocked with
the commonly used parts on your machinery and will be glad to assist you
in any way to provide replacement parts when they are needed, as quickly
as you need them. In addition, trained field mechanics are available to
assist your in-house service personnel should the need arise.

If you have any questions, or if we can be of assistance at any


time, please dont hesitate to call us at (208) 664-9291.

We look forward to a long and mutually rewarding association.

Sincerely,

Ground Force Manufacturing

Please refer tot he following information when calling about service or


parts:

UNIT SERIAL NUMBER: 713012

DELIVERY DATE: June, 2011

ORIGINAL CUSTOMER: Minera Yanacocha, S.R.L.


2. OPERATION
WATER DELIVERY SYSTEM as for all other components installed on
the water body.)
Description:
The return oil from the hydraulic motor
The water pump installed on this water is routed through a collector manifold
body is driven by the chassis hoist back to the chassis hoist control valve
system. A diverter valve has been inlet. The return oil from the Pressure
installed between the hoist pump Relief Valve is also routed to this
discharge and the hoist control valve collector manifold and back to the hoist
inlet. Refer to the hydraulic schematic valve inlet. This ensures that oil is
provided with this manual while reading always available for any hoist system
the following functional descriptions. auxiliary functions.

During normal (water pump off) System Controls (Description):


operations, the hydraulic oil is routed
through the hoist control valve to supply The diverter valve used is pilot-actuated.
any auxiliary functions (e.g. Brake The solenoid-actuated pilot control valve
Cooling) normally provided by the idle is hydraulically supplied from a priority
hoist system. flow control valve in the Ground Force
hydraulic system. The chassis hoist
WARNING: control system is not disabled.

The hoist valve is live while this tank The solenoid-actuated pilot control valve
is in use .Never put the hoist valve is electrically controlled using a switch
in the raise position while the tank located in the control panel in the cab.
has water in it. This could cause There is a low water level switch located
the chassis to raise the tank and in the front tank head that works in
roll-over. The hoist valve is required conjunction with this control switch.
to be in the float position for all tank
functions. This also puts pressure on When the water pump control switch is
the cylinders in the down position to rotated to the start position, a signal is
hold the tank down to the chassis sent through a control relay to the
frame rails. solenoid-actuated pilot control valve.
The diverter valve then shifts, and the
water pump runs as previously
When the water pump is engaged, the described. The water pump control
diverter valve shifts to direct the hoist switch will return to its center (neutral)
pump discharge through the bodys position when released.
hydraulic system. The hydraulic oil is
directed through a Pressure Relief Valve The water pump will continue to run
housing, and then to the hydraulic motor until one of the following:
inlet. The hydraulic motor is coupled to 1) The water pump is manually stopped
the water pump. (Refer to the by rotating the water pump control
MAINTENANCE section of this manual switch to stop.
for inspection and maintenance
requirements for this water pump as well
2) The water pump is automatically 1) Be sure that the fill opening is under
stopped as water level falls below the the fill spout prior to commencing
low level safety switch. filling.
Once the water pump has stopped, it 2) Ensure that the water pump is
must be restarted manually using the stopped, and that all water system
water pump control switch. isolation valves are shut prior to
filling the water tank.
All hydraulic functions except for the 3) Monitor the tank level indicators
water pump itself are supplied from the during tank filling, this will be done
Ground Force hydraulic pilot circuit. If by the sight glass installed on the
hydraulic system use is required with the front head or the electronic level
water level below the low level switch, indicator (if applicable).
the water pump control switch must be a) Although no components will be
held in the start position to provide the damaged short-term, extended
required hydraulic pilot pressure. periods of operation with the
tank level indicators not
Water Tank Level Indicators: functioning properly should be
(if applicable) avoided.
Also in the control panel in the cab are 4) Stop filling before the water tank
four indicator lights. These give the overflows.
operator a rough indication of the water
tank level at all times during operations. Once the water tank is full, the water
These lights are marked as , , , and pump and water delivery systems may
full. These lights are controlled by float be used as follows:
switches, and will illuminate when the
tank level is above the associated float Water Pump Operations:
switch. These float switches are located
in the front tank head. Before starting the water pump, verify
the following:
Some water tanks are also equipped with
sight gages mounted on the front head. 1) There is sufficient water tank level
These sight gages are equipped with for water pump operations.
isolation valves top and bottom, and are 2) All spray head and other water
generally visible from the operators system isolation valves are shut.
station.

Water Tank Filling:

The water tank is designed to be filled


through the top. An opening is installed
in the top of the tank for this purpose.
Observe the following during tank
filling:
WARNING: 1) When spray head operations are
initiated, it may take some time for
The water pump coupling installed is the water pump to prime itself,
not designed to allow for engagement depending on water tank level. DO
of the water pump with the engine at NOT run the water pump for longer
high speeds. The water pump should than one minute without water
only be engaged with the engine flowing through it.
operating at idle. Engaging the water 2) The water pump speed will vary with
pump with the engine at higher engine speed. More water will be
speeds will cause excessive torque on delivered with the engine at high
the coupling, leading to premature speeds than will be available with the
coupling failure. engine at an idle.
3) Any or all spray functions may be
used simultaneously. Operator
experience will determine the
3) The engine is operating at an idle. optimum spray head configuration
for varying conditions.
Engage the water pump by rotating the 4) If an intermittent (skip) spray
water pump control switch to start. pattern is desired, it should be
Release the control switch, and allow it achieved by cycling the spray head
to return to neutral, once the water pump controls. Cycling the water pump on
is engaged. and off to achieve this intermittent
spray will cause premature coupling
With the water pump engaged, the failure.
various delivery systems may be used as a) Timers may be installed in the
required (refer to specific operating control panel to control this
instructions for each function for further intermittent spray function
information). Observe the following automatically. See Intermittent
during water pump operations: Spray Operations for more
information.
WARNING: 5) Water tank level should be
monitored during water pump
The water pump is designed to operations.
operate at a dead-head for short 6) The water pump should stop
periods of time. Operating the water automatically when the water level
pump without water flowing through drops below the low level cutout
it for extended periods will cause the float switch.
pump to overheat. This overheating a) Failure of this float switch will
will cause damage to the water pump be indicated by a sudden loss of
internals. DO NOT operate a water water flow, or the water flow
pump for longer than one minute may suddenly become
without water flowing through the intermittent or inconsistent.
pump. b) Stop the water pump
immediately any time there is a
sudden drop in the delivery rate
that cannot be accounted for by a
corresponding drop in engine
speed.
7) The water pump may be stopped
manually at any time by rotating the
water pump control switch to stop.
Allow the switch to return to the
neutral position once the water pump
has been disengaged.
a) Verify the pre-start conditions
listed above (tank level, valves
shut, and engine speed) any time
that the water pump is to be
restarted.
Spray Head Operations

Spray heads are installed in various c) To stop the flow through a given
locations and configurations. All spray spray head, move the associated
heads are controlled from the in-cab toggle down. This will cause the
control panel. The spray heads are spray head isolation valve to
divided into groups based on their shut.
physical location on the truck. The
individual spray heads in each group are 2) Electric Controls
identified by number, starting from the
operators left when facing forward. a) If the spray heads are controlled
electrically, the control panel will
The spray head groups are identified as be equipped with rotary switches.
follows: These switches have a lever on
the face which rotates through 90
REAR SPRAY mounted in a row degrees.
across the back of the water tank. These b) Rotating a selected control
spray heads are staggered vertically to switch to the right (clockwise)
provide an optimal spray pattern. will energize a solenoid control
valve allowing the associated
SIDE SPRAY usually mounted on the spray head isolation valve to
top of the water tank, facing out. open. This will allow flow
through the selected spray head.
FRONT SPRAY usually mounted on c) To stop flow through a given
the front bumper. If more than one spray spray head, rotate the associated
head is installed, they also will be control switch to the left
staggered vertically. (counterclockwise). This will de-
energize the solenoid control
As stated earlier, all spray heads are valve and cause the selected
controlled from the in-cab control panel. spray head isolation valve to
There are two different control options shut.
available.
Regardless of the spray head control
1) Pneumatic Controls method used, the water pump must be
engaged in order to have flow through
a) If the spray heads are controlled the spray heads.
pneumatically, the control panel
will be equipped with toggle
valves. These valves look similar
to toggle switches when viewed
from the front of the control
panel.
b) Raising a toggle up will allow the
associated spray head isolation
valve to open. This will allow
flow through the selected spray
head.
Intermittent Spray Operations Spray switch should be turned off
during timer adjustments.
An intermittent spray control system has 5) Turn the Timed Spray switch off
been installed. This system utilizes two when intermittent spray is no longer
electronic timers to control the rear spray required.
heads. These timers control all rear spray
heads simultaneously.

The control for the intermittent spray is


done with a three way detented switch.
The switch positions are Timed / Off /
Manual. This switch controls the power
available to the rear spray head control
valves. For normal spray operations put
the switch in the manual position, this
will allow for constant spray. For timed
spray the switch can be turned to the
Timed position.

The timer labeled ON controls the


amount of time that the spray head
isolation valves are to be opened.

The timer labeled OFF controls the


amount of time that the spray head
isolation valves are to be shut.

To use the intermittent spray system,


perform the following:

1) Pre-set the ON and OFF timers to


their estimated values. (These values
will vary based on road conditions
and operator experience.)
2) Refer to Water Delivery System
Operations and engage the water
pump.
3) Initiate the intermittent spray
sequence by rotating the Timed
Spray switch to on. The two timers
will cycle to allow the spray head
isolation valves to open and shut
automatically.
4) Observe the spray pattern and adjust
the timers as necessary. The Timed
MAINTENANCE section for more
information). As with the spray heads, the water
cannon will only spray if the water pump
If an electronic joystick is installed, the is engaged. Once flow is established
trigger on the front of the joystick must through the water cannon, use the
be depressed for the directional controls directional controls in conjunction with
to work. engine speed to direct the stream as
desired. Use caution to avoid spraying
If an electric joystick is installed, there equipment or personnel with the water
will be a toggle switch in the joystick stream from the water cannon.
enclosure which must be turned on for
the directional controls to work. The water cannon is not designed for
360 degree rotation. Limits have been
If a pneumatic joystick is used, pilot air installed to prevent damaging the control
should be available at all times. It will be lines or the water truck, itself. In the
normal to hear air venting during water event that the control lines do become
cannon movement. This venting should entangled, they must be freed prior to
stop when water cannon movement further movement of the water cannon.
stops. The operator must pay close attention
during water cannon movement to
Some electric joystick controllers have prevent damage to the control lines
the up and down functions reversed, in should they become entangled.
relation to the description below. These
controllers are clearly marked. For all
other joystick controllers, directional
controls are as follows:

1) Pushing the joystick forward (toward


the dash) will cause the water cannon
nozzle to tilt down.
2) Pull back (away from the dash) to tilt
the water cannon up.
3) Tilt the joystick to the left for
counterclockwise rotation.
4) Tilt the joystick to the right for
clockwise rotation.

CAUTION:

The water stream from the water


cannon is very powerful. Use care to
ensure that the water cannon stream
is directed away from equipment
subject to water damage and all
personnel during use.
Water Cannon Operations (approximately five seconds)
then release the switch and allow
The water cannon is normally mounted it to return to its center (neutral)
on the front of the water tank. It is position.
isolated by a butterfly valve, integral c) To shut the isolation valve; rotate
with the mount, regardless of location. the switch to the close
This isolation valve is equipped with an (counterclockwise) position until
actuator that is controlled from the in- the valve is fully shut
cab control panel. A joystick controller (approximately five seconds).
is installed in the cab. The joystick is 2) Pneumatic Controls
used for directional control of the water a) If pneumatic controls are
cannon. The control switch for the installed, a toggle valve is
butterfly isolation valve is detented so installed in the in-cab control
the switch will have to be returned to the panel. This valve looks similar to
neutral (centered) position manually. a toggle switch when viewed
This is to prevent premature solenoid from the front.
valve damage when the isolation valve is b) Raising the water cannon
opened or closed. (Monitor) control valves toggle
up will cause the pneumatic
CAUTION: actuator to open the water
cannon isolation valve.
The water stream from the water c) Moving the water cannon control
cannon is very powerful. Be sure that valves toggle down will cause
the water cannon nozzle is aimed the water cannon isolation valve
away from equipment subject to to shut.
water damage and all personnel prior d) It is normal to hear air venting
to opening the water cannon isolation inside the control panel during
valve. valve actuation. This air venting
should stop once the valve is
fully open or fully shut.

There are two types of actuators for the


CAUTION:
water cannon isolation valve. One of
them is installed, depending on the
The water stream from the water
control system selected (refer to the
cannon is very powerful. Use caution
MAINTENANCE section for more
while using the water cannon
information).
directional controls to avoid spraying
equipment that is subject to water
1) Electrical Controls
damage and all personnel.
a) If an electric actuator is used for
this isolation valve, a three-way
rotary switch will be installed in There is a joystick controller installed in
the control panel. the cab. This joystick is used for
b) To open the isolation valve; directional control of the water cannon.
rotate and hold this switch in the There are three different types of
open (clockwise) position until joystick available (Refer to the
the valve is fully open
Gravity Dump Valves switch will have to be returned to
the neutral (centered) position
One or more gravity dump valves have manually. This is to prevent
been installed. They are attached to the premature solenoid valve damage
bottom tank shell at the rear of the water when the isolation valve is
tank. The butterfly valves used are opened or closed.
equipped with an actuator that is b) Rotating a selected control
controlled from the in-cab control panel. switch to the right (clockwise)
There are two types of control systems will energize the actuator for the
available: gravity dump valve identified.
The actuator will then open the
1) Pneumatic Controls gravity dump valve. Hold the
switch in the open position for
a) If the gravity dump valves are approximately five seconds to
controlled pneumatically, the ensure that the selected valve is
control panel will be equipped full open then release the switch
with toggle valves. These valves and allow it to return to its center
look similar to toggle switches (neutral) position.
when viewed from the front of c) To stop flow through a given
the control panel. gravity dump valve, rotate the
b) Raising a toggle up will cause the associated control switch to the
associated gravity dump valve to left (counterclockwise). This will
open. energize the electric actuator in
c) To stop the flow through a given reverse. The actuator will then
gravity dump valve, move the shut the gravity dump valve.
associated toggle down to shut Hold the switch in the close
the gravity dump valve. position for approximately five
d) It is normal to hear air venting seconds to ensure that the
inside the control panel during selected valve is fully shut then
gravity dump valve actuation. release the switch and allow it to
This venting should stop when return to its center (neutral)
the actuator reaches the end of its position.
travel.
Depending on tank configuration, the
2) Electric Controls gravity dump valves may or may not
drain the water tank completely. Refer to
a) If the gravity dump valves are FREEZE PROTECTION for further
controlled electrically, the information on water tank and system
control panel will be equipped draining.
with rotary switches. These
switches have a lever on the face
which rotates through 90
degrees. These switches are a
three-position rotary switch. The
control switch for the butterfly
isolation valve is detented so the
Freeze Protection Look in the following areas and open
all drain valves/petcocks:
If the water truck is to be parked and a) There is a drain installed on each
there is a danger of freezing, perform the spray head standpipe to drain the
following: portion of pipe above the spray
head isolation valve.
NOTE: b) Due to individual tank
configurations, some gravity
It may not be possible to run the dump valves are higher in
water pump out of water prior to elevation than the lowest point in
parking the vehicle. Be sure that the the water tank. If the gravity
parking area has adequate drainage to dump valves will not fully drain
accommodate the water left in the the water tank, a drain port is
tank prior to parking the vehicle. installed at the lowest point in the
water tank.
c) A drain is installed in the lowest
port in the water pump housing.
NOTE:
This is generally the lowest point
in the water distribution system.
The low point drains may be
d) Drains will also be installed
connected to remote drain valves for
anywhere that there is a
operator convenience. It is important
possibility of water not draining
to note that the spray head standpipe
through the above locations.
drain lines are on the downstream
side of the spray head isolation valve,
If the spray head controls use water
and should not be connected to any
pressure for pilot pressure, the
other drainage points. Tying the
diaphragm cavities must be drained
drainage points together will allow
through the plugs/petcocks that are
water to flow around the spray head
installed in the valve bonnets. At the
isolation valves.
same time, the pilot lines should be
disconnected and drained to protect the
1) Pump as much water out as possible pilot valves.
before proceeding to the parking
area. Be sure to turn the water pump All valves should be left open, and all
off when the pump runs dry. lines disconnected, as long as the truck
2) Park the vehicle in an area with will remain idle and there is a danger of
adequate drainage and open the freezing. Re-connect all lines removed,
gravity dump valve(s). and shut all valves opened before
3) Open the water cannon isolation placing the water truck back in service.
valve.
4) Aim the water cannon nozzle down.
This will drain any water that would
otherwise be trapped in the water
cannon.
5) Low point drain valves have been
installed to drain any residual water
from the piping and components.
Water Truck Timed Spray Adjustment

The spray head controls on this water truck are equipped with a timer circuit. Selecting
the Timed Spray function on the spray head control panel will cause spray head
actuation to be controlled by the two timers that are installed in the same control panel.
This allows the operator to achieve an intermittent, or skip spray pattern without extra
distractions.

Both timers should be configured the same way. They should be set up to act as interval
delay timers, and should have a timer range of 1 10 seconds. Once the Timed Spray
function is selected, the operator can adjust the actual on and off times using the dials on
the face of the timers. Below is a picture of the face of these timers, with the selector
switches in their correct positions.

If the time range should need to be changed, that is done by repositioning the lower three
selector switches as indicated on the chart printed on the side of the relay.
713012 Body Removal Instructions

In the event that it is necessary to remove the tank from the chassis, proceed as follows:

CAUTION:

The water tank, when empty, weighs approximately 40,000 lbs. Be sure that the water
tank is completely drained before attempting to remove it from the chassis. Also be
sure to use adequate lifting and rigging equipment and follow all local safety
guidelines and procedures during tank removal and installation.

1) Completely drain the water tank (Refer to Freeze Protection for guidance.)
2) Disconnect the body wiring by unplugging the DT connectors located near the rear
body mounts (four total).
3) Mark or label the four hydraulic lines that connect the body hydraulic system to the
chassis, and then disconnect these four hoses.

WARNING:

In order to prevent damage to the hoist pump the 1-1/2 hydraulic lines MUST be
connected together after being disconnected from the body hydraulic system. This
maintains the flowpath from the hoist pump discharge to the hoist valve. Failure to
connect these lines together WILL result in deadheading the hoist pump with no relief
path and WILL result in damage to the hoist pump and possibly the pump drive
components.

4) Connect the two 1-1/2 hydraulic lines together in order to maintain the flowpath
from the hoist pump to the hoist valve.
5) Install plugs and caps in all other connections to maintain cleanliness of the hydraulic
system.
6) Remove the hoist cylinder pins and allow the hoist cylinders to fall away from the
water tank. Support these cylinders as required to prevent damage to the cylinders or
other chassis components.
7) Using lifting equipment and practices appropriate for supporting 40,000 lbs.,
carefully raise the water tank to remove the load from the rear body mount pins.
8) Note shim placement, and remove the rear body mount pins.
9) Set the water tank aside while the maintenance or repairs are being performed.
10) After the work is completed on the chassis, reverse the above steps to re-install the
water tank.
3. MAINTENANCE
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
MAINTENANCE
1 GREASE BEARINGS
2 GREASE ZERK(S)

3 TIGHTEN SETSCREW (SPROCKET,


BEARING OR COUPLING)
REAR PIVOT PIN PLATES 13 7 9 2
4 CHECK COUPLING ALIGNMENT HOIST CYLINDER UPPER PINS
5 LUBRICATE- LIGHT OIL CHECK DAILY: D
D 13
6 SEE HYDRAULIC DIAGRAM
7 SEE MFR. SPECIFICATIONS
8 GEAR LUBE- CHECK/ADD
9 APPLY ANTI-SEIZE
14
10 CHANGE FILTER OR CLEAN STRAINER
11 ADJUST TENSIONER
12 CHECK FLUID LEVEL/ADD
13 CHECK MOUNTING BOLT TIGHTNESS 14
14 REPLACE ANODES CATWALK MOUNTS AND HANDRAIL
15 CHECK PLUG- TIGHTEN AS NEEDED
13

14

C C

B B

13

DRIP BAR AND GRAVITY DUMP, ACTUATORS


PUMP
13 9
REAR-CURBSIDE VIEW
13 7 6 3 2
FRONT-DRIVERSIDE VIEW

UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED: NAME DATE

DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES


TOLERANCES:
DRAWN JMC 5/3/2011 GROUND FORCE MFG.
FRACTIONAL 1/16 CHECKED TITLE:
NOTES: 1. REMOVE ALL BURRS AND SHARP EDGES.
A 2. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.
ANGULAR: MACH/BEND .25
ENG APPR. A
3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.
TWO PLACE DECIMAL .010
THREE PLACE DECIMAL .003
20K H20 (KIT) -
MFG APPR.
4. DATUM LINES ARE FOR DIMENSIONING REFERENCE ONLY. MAINTENANCE
5. ALL MATERIAL THICKNESS 3/16" AND UP TO BE WELDED WITH
*ULTRA 70 (CORE WIRE) UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. INTERPRET GEOMETRIC Q.A.
6. WHEN "ORB TYPE FITTINGS ARE REQUIRED, WELD FLANGES WILL PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL TOLERANCING PER:
BE WELDED WITH ER70 HARD-WIRE UNLESS SPECIFIED OTHERWISE. MATERIAL
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS
SIZE DWG. NO. REV

B
7. ALL BOLTS USED IN THE ASSEMBLY PROCESS TO BE TIGHTENED

713012
DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF
PER TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS SHOWN ON DRAWING. GROUND FORCE MFG., LLC . ANY
8. ALL THREADED COUPLINGS ON WATER TANKS REQUIRE USING TEFLON REPRODUCTION IN PART OR AS A WHOLE FINISH
PIPE THREAD TAPE (ONLY) FOR SEALING PURPOSES. WITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF
9. PRIOR TO WELDING ON ANY CHASSIS IT IS REQUIRED TO DISCONNECT GROUND FORCE MFG., LLC. IS
THE BATTERY SOURCE TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRONICS. PROHIBITED. DO NOT SCALE DRAWING SCALE: 1:128WEIGHT: 42271.83 SHEET 1 OF 2
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

D D

13

C C

13
13

B B

REAR VIEW- SPRAY EQUIPMENT

13 CURBSIDE VIEW 13
FENDERS REMOVED FOR CLAIRITY

UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED: NAME DATE

DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES


TOLERANCES:
DRAWN JMC 5/3/2011 GROUND FORCE MFG.
FRACTIONAL 1/16 CHECKED TITLE:
NOTES: 1. REMOVE ALL BURRS AND SHARP EDGES.
A 2. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.
ANGULAR: MACH/BEND .25
ENG APPR. A
3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.
TWO PLACE DECIMAL .010
THREE PLACE DECIMAL .003
20K H20 (KIT) -
4. DATUM LINES ARE FOR DIMENSIONING REFERENCE ONLY. MFG APPR.
5. ALL MATERIAL THICKNESS 3/16" AND UP TO BE WELDED WITH
*ULTRA 70 (CORE WIRE) UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. INTERPRET GEOMETRIC Q.A.
6. WHEN "ORB TYPE FITTINGS ARE REQUIRED, WELD FLANGES WILL PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL TOLERANCING PER:
BE WELDED WITH ER70 HARD-WIRE UNLESS SPECIFIED OTHERWISE. MATERIAL
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS
SIZE DWG. NO. REV

J-713012-MAINT
B
7. ALL BOLTS USED IN THE ASSEMBLY PROCESS TO BE TIGHTENED DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF
PER TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS SHOWN ON DRAWING. GROUND FORCE MFG., LLC . ANY
8. ALL THREADED COUPLINGS ON WATER TANKS REQUIRE USING TEFLON REPRODUCTION IN PART OR AS A WHOLE FINISH
PIPE THREAD TAPE (ONLY) FOR SEALING PURPOSES. WITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF
9. PRIOR TO WELDING ON ANY CHASSIS IT IS REQUIRED TO DISCONNECT GROUND FORCE MFG., LLC. IS
THE BATTERY SOURCE TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRONICS. PROHIBITED. DO NOT SCALE DRAWING SCALE: 1:128WEIGHT: 42271.83 SHEET 2 OF 2
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
DESCRIPTION DAILY WEEKLY MONTHLY ANNUALLY
Lubricate Reel Rollers X
Lubricate Reels X
Grease/Lube - Pumps and Motors (If Applicable) X
Change Hydraulic Oil X
Change Hydraulic Filter X
Clean In-Tank Suction Strainer (If Applicable) X
Change High Pressure Filters (If Applicable) X
Change Product Tank Breathers (If Applicable) X
Clean Used Oil Strainer (If Applicable) X
Change Diesel Filter (If Applicable) X
Clean Diesel Strainer (If Applicable) X
Check Hydraulic Fluid Level X
Check Hydraulic Control Valves X
Check Hydraulic Hoses and Fittings X
Check Drive Couplings and Inserts (If Applicable)
*Hydraulic System X
*Diesel System X
*Product systems X
*Water System X
Check Body Mounts (If Applicable)
*Spring Body Mounts X
*Rigid Body Mounts X
*Rear Body Pins X
Check Pump Mounting Bolts (If Applicable)
*Hydraulic System X
*Diesel System X
*Product systems X
*Water System X
Check Fuses in Fuse Panel X

**See Manufacturer Manuals for Specific Maintenance Details**

Maintenance Schedule Page 1


PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE

Daily Log
DESCRIPTION Date
Check Hydraulic Fluid Level
Check Hydraulic Control Valves
Check Hydraulic Hoses and Fittings
Check Drive Couplings and Inserts (If Applicable)
*Hydraulic System
*Diesel System
*Product systems
*Water System
Check Body Mounts (If Applicable)
*Spring Body Mounts
*Rigid Body Mounts
*Rear Body Pins
Check Pump Mounting Bolts (If Applicable)
*Hydraulic System
*Diesel System
*Product systems
*Water System
Check Fuses in Fuse Panel

**See Manufacturer Manuals for Specific Maintenance Details**

Weekly Log
DESCRIPTION Week
Lubricate Reel Rollers
Lubricate Reels
Grease/Lube - Pumps and Motors (If Applicable)

**See Manufacturer Manuals for Specific Maintenance Details**

Maintenance Log Page 1


Monthly Log
DESCRIPTION Month
Change Hydraulic Filter
Change High Pressure Filters (If Applicable)
Change Product Tank Breathers (If Applicable)
Change Diesel Filter (If Applicable)
Clean Used Oil Strainer (If Applicable)

**See Manufacturer Manuals for Specific Maintenance Details**

Annual Log
DESCRIPTION Year
Change Hydraulic Oil
Clean In-Tank Suction Strainer (If Applicable)
Clean Diesel Strainer (If Applicable)

**See Manufacturer Manuals for Specific Maintenance Details**

Maintenance Log Page 2


4. PARTS
WARRANTY PARTS

Ground Force Mfg., LLC utilizes parts made by many vendors.


All vendor component parts have their respective manufacturers
warranties. Ground Force Mfg., LLC. agrees to assign to the
purchaser all of its rights under any original manufacturers warranty
covering such component parts, and agrees to assist the purchaser in
making such contacts with the manufacturer of such component parts
as may be necessary to protect its right under the warranty covering
them. We will endeavor to do everything possible to assure that your
Ground Force Mfg., LLC equipment stays in top operating condition
and will provide you with warranty claim support.

How to File a Claim

1) Locate the Ground Force serial number (six numerals)


2) Have a PO ready to charge the shipping method of your choice
to, as well as the cost of the replacement part.
3) Call Ground Force Mfg., LLC (208) 664-9291 with the serial
number of your Ground Force Mfg., LLC equipment and a part
number/part description and ask for the Warranty Department.
4) Ground Force Mfg., LLC will ship the part out to you along with
a Return Goods Authorization (RGA).
5) Replace the part in question and return the part in question
along with the RGA to Ground Force Mfg., LLC.
6) Upon arrival, Ground Force Mfg., LLC will route the part to the
appropriate vendor for warranty consideration.
7) The vendor will report their findings to Ground Force Mfg., LLC
and either deny the claim or issue a credit.
8) Ground Force Mfg., LLC will forward the vendors findings to
you the customer. If a credit is issued it will be placed against
the PO used to purchase and ship the part to you.
PartsWarranty.Doc
Revised1/15/2008
GFMFG - MASTER PARTS LIST
713012 - 20K - H20
PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION QTY. MODEL NUMBER
09049E20 ELEMENT HALF, FLEX, 2875 1 7300030HDY
09049E20114 COUPLING HALF, 1.25"BORE 1 OMEGA 20 1-1/4"B X 5/16
09049E20178 COUPLING HALF, 1.875"BORE 1 OMEGA 20 1-7/8"B X 1/2K
108WHD DRAIN COCK, 1/2" MPT 1 #108 WHD
10NZIPT-AD-LX NOZZLE, 1" ADJUSTABLE 1
1-1/2XPLUG PLUG, 1-1/2" SQUARE HEAD 1 11/2SQPL
11600EL003 RELAY SOCKET, 300VAC 10A 2 CUT3PA2
11600EL007 RELAY, 24VDC TIME DELAY . 2 4EB23
11600EL021 SWITCH, SELECTOR, 2POS 22 8 6HK59
11600EL023 SWITCH,SELECTOR,3POS 22MM 3 6HK61
11600EL024 CONTACT BLOCK, N.C. 1 6HZ09
12003PM401 PUMP, WATER, 4" X 5" SHAF 1 B62321/B4JRMBH
12300EL025 SWITCH, LIQUID LEVEL, HOR 5 L8
12300EL086 ACTUATOR, 24VDC, 25#FORCE 2 6509K86
12300VA001 VALVE, RELIEF 2" COLD WAT 1 4780K93
1451 DRAIN COCK, 1/2" MPT 3/4" 4 1451
14900LT361 STROBE LIGHT, AMBER 12-24 2 4261A
14900SD241 BACK UP ALARM, 12-24 VDC 2 240C
1812HY007 FLANGE, 2"FPT SPLIT 3000P 2 SFK-32
1812HY014 FLANGE, 1-1/2"FPT SPLIT 3 13 SFK-24
19400310010 NOZZLE, 1" STRAIGHT STREA 1 BN25F
1N5406 DIODE, 3 AMP 1 1N5406
20169040 VALVE, 4" BUTTERFLY, 150# 1 VF735-L-CI-DI-4
20169080 VALVE, 8" BUTTERFLY, 150# 1 B5-RL08
2068EL009 ENCLOSURE, 6X6X4 PVC 3 664PJ
2068EL029 ENCLOSURE 4X4X18 WIRE TR
ENCLOSURE, 1 F44T18HC
24B60003V24 AUTOFOAM KIT 60GPM 3 DISC 1 FSB060-003-V24
3/4TYGON HOSE, 3/4"ID 1"OD CLEAR F 19.7 3/4 PVC CLEAR
3200HY077 MOTOR, HYDRAULIC, 1.25" S 1 ME77-2C
3200HY10123 VALVE, SELECTOR 2POS 3WAY 1 SS-100-A/LT GREEN
3200HY220 VALVE, SOLENOID 2POS 2WAY 1 SV4-10-0-0-00
3200HY301 RELIEF VALVE CARTRIDGE 1 RV5-10-S-0-35/25
3286EL001 CONNECTOR, DIN, W/O GASKE 1 932106-100
3286EL224 SOLENOID COIL, 24VDC 1 300AA00082A
3286GA001 GASKET, DIN CONNECTOR 1 731531-002
3299HY008 MANIFOLD, WATER PILOT 1 BFP-GF-030910
3400HS100 HOSE, 1" X 100' WATER 1"M 1 1"#10MPTXSWIVMPT
3451VA001 BALL VALVE, 1/4" BRASS 1 XV500P-4
3451VA005 BALL VALVE, 1" BRASS 1 XV500P-16
3451VA007 BALL VALVE, 1-1/2" BRASS 3 XV500P-24
3451VA063 VALVE, 3" BUTTERFLY, 150# 1 3VF730-2-4-3
3451VA150 CHECK VALVE, 1-1/2" SWING 2 1-1/2SWCHK
4200WH005 HOOD FASTENER, 8" RUBBER 3 50209
4200WH006 BRACKET, ANCHOR 6 12001
4200WH007 CATCH 6 12002
4300GA004 GASKET, 4" ANSI FLANGE 15 1 FFFLG-4"-NA
4300GA005 GASKET, 5" ANSI FLANGE 15 1 FFFLG-5"-NA

713012 - MASTER PARTS LIST 1


GFMFG - MASTER PARTS LIST
713012 - 20K - H20
PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION QTY. MODEL NUMBER
4501-12-12 ELBOW, 3/4"TUBE 3/4"MPT 9 2 000310004501
4645EL003 TERMINAL JUMPERS, J TYPE 6 601-J
4900EL125 JUNCTION BOX, 2.5D 2.875W 1 E9801
4900EL126 PANEL FOR 4900EL125 W/GA& 1 5173-0
4900EL127 JUNCTION BOX, 90 DEG 1.25 5 APPLB50A
4900EL128 PANEL FOR 4900EL127 5 APPK50A
4900EL129 GASKET FOR 4900EL127 5 APPGK50N
50024 FLANGE,1.5"CODE 61 1.5"MA 5 1700-24-24
5012 CLAMP, 3/4" HOSE 18 5012IDE
5406-12-8 BUSHING, 3/4"MPT 1/2"FPT 1 000250005406
5406-16-8 BUSHING, 1"MPT 1/2"FPT 1 000330005406
5406-20-16 BUSHING, 1-1/4"MPT 1"FPT 1 000450005406
5406-4P PLUG, 1/4"MPT HEX HEAD 1 001230005406
5406-8-4 BUSHING, 1/2"MPT 1/4"FPT 1 000130005406
5502-12-12 ELBOW, 3/4"MPT 90DEG STRE 1 000410005502
5602-12-12-12 TEE, 3/4"MPT 3/4"FPT MALE 1 000210005602
5602-16-16-16 TEE, 1"MPT 1"FPT MALE RUN 1 000290005602
59024 FLANGE,1.5"CODE 61 1.5"MA 6 1704-24-24
59024.X32 FLANGE,2"CODE 61 1.5"MALE 2 59024-32HD
60000122412 ACTUATOR, 12-24VDC 12" ST 1 GE-12
600-053 CONNECTOR, 3/8"TUBE 1/4"M 23 P6MC4
600-063 CONNECTOR, 1/2"TUBE 1/4"M 3 P8MC4
600-066 CONNECTOR, 1/2"TUBE 1/2"M 5 P8MC8
60075187976 LED, 24V RED PANEL MOUNT 1 18M7976
60075187978 LED, 24V GREEN PANEL MOUN 1 18M7978
60075187980 LED, 24V YELLOW PANEL MOU 2 18M7980
60BU5084V24 RELAY, 24V, 40/60AMP 9 BU5084V24
6200WH009 MONITOR, 2.5"24VDC LOW PR 1 925585-11-24
6200WH305 JOYSTICK &CONTROL BOX 620 1 798305-1
635-053 ELBOW, 3/8"TUBE 1/4"MPT 9 14 P6ME4
6408-4 PLUG, #4 ORB 1 001250006408
6820 CLAMP, 1-1/4" HOSE 2 6820IDE
7700EL776 FUSE PANEL, 25AMP 6POS CI 1 46377-6
7813LT006 LAMP, RED CLEARANCE 2 500012
7813LT007 LAMP, AMBER CLEARANCE 2 500013
7813LT032 LAMP, TURN/STOP/TAIL DUAL 2 410013
7813LT043 LENS KIT, LED RED 24V 78 4 710005
7813LT047 LENS KIT, LED, RED 24V 78 2 510047
7813LT048 LENS KIT, LED, AMBER 24V 2 510048
820-30-31-10.5A HOSE REEL, 1" 1000PSI 100 1 820-30-31-10.5A-TR
9400HY003 VALVE CARTRIDGE .1 GPM FL 1 889330
9400HY015 VALVE BODY, #8 ORB 1 566150
9578HY027 VALVE, RELIEF 0-100GPM 50 1 RDHA-LAN
9578HY030 VALVE, 5 GPM PRIORITY FLO 1 FRFA-XAN/5.0
9600RL016 HOSE BUMPER, 1" HOSE 1.39 1 4-HR1005
99000971 ANODE, 3/4" X 32" MAGNESI 6 U971
9X-1439 LAMP, HALOGEN FLOOD, SUSP 2 9X-1439

713012 - MASTER PARTS LIST 2


GFMFG - MASTER PARTS LIST
713012 - 20K - H20
PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION QTY. MODEL NUMBER
B2XPLUG PLUG, 2" SQUARE HEAD, BRA 1 IBRCPLUGK
BER71E24-3 SPRAY VALVE, 3" ELECTRIC 6 71E-3
FF2404-4-4 ADAPTER,1/4"ORFS 1/4"MPT 1
FF2407-8-4 ADAPTER,1/2"FORFS 1/4"MOR 1 FF2407-8-4
FF2501-6-6 ELBOW,3/8"ORFS 3/8"MPT 90 2 FF2501-6-6
FF6400-6-6 CONNECTOR, 3/8" ORFS 3/8" 1
FF6400-8-8 CONNECTOR,1/2"ORFS 1/2"OR 1 4315-8-8
FF6600-8-8-8 TEE,1/2"ORFS SWIVEL NUT O 1 4707-8
FF6602-8-8-8 TEE, 1/2" FLAT FACE O-RIN 1 FF6602-8-8-8
FF6801-8-8 ELBOW, 1/2"ORFS 1/2"ORB 9 1 FF6801-8-8
HK0709 CLAMP, 3/8" DIA 20 COV-0709Z1
HK0913 CLAMP, 1/2" DIA 20 COV-0913Z1
HK1713 CLAMP, 1" DIA 7 COV-1713Z1
MCG2500 GUARD, PUMP/MOTOR COUPLIN 1 MCG2500/2924202
TBC188 CLAMP, T-BOLT STAINLESS 22 300100188
TBC288 CLAMP, T-BOLT 22 300100288
TBC350 CLAMP, 3-1/2" T-BOLT 4 300100350
VIC10-1.5 ELBOW, 1.5" 90DEGREE VICT 7 VF14010P00
VIC20-1.5 TEE, 1.5" VICTAULIC TO VI 2 GV-TEE-1.5
VIC42-3 NIPPLE, 3" VICTAULIC 6 GV-WELD-CUT-3X4L-S40B
VIC42-4 NIPPLE, 4" VICTAULIC 2 GV-WELD-CUT-4X4L
VIC48-1.5 NIPPLE, 1.5" VICTAULIC TO 5 STV20-1-1/2
VIC77-1.5 CLAMP, 1.5"VIC BOLT STYlE 12 GV-1.5-CP-RZF-N
VIC77-3 CLAMP, 3" VICTAULIC 8 GV-3-CP-R-E

713012 - MASTER PARTS LIST 3


GFMFG - SPARE PARTS LIST
713012 - 20K - H20
PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION QTY. MODEL NUMBER
09049E20 ELEMENT HALF, FLEX, 2875 1 7300030HDY
09049E20114 COUPLING HALF, 1.25"BORE 1 OMEGA 20 1-1/4"B X 5/16
09049E20178 COUPLING HALF, 1.875"BORE 1 OMEGA 20 1-7/8"B X 1/2K
11600EL007 RELAY, 24VDC TIME DELAY . 2 4EB23
11600EL021 SWITCH, SELECTOR, 2POS 22 1 6HK59
11600EL023 SWITCH,SELECTOR,3POS 22MM 1 6HK61
12003PM401 PUMP, WATER, 4" X 5" SHAF 1 B62321/B4JRMBH
12300EL025 SWITCH, LIQUID LEVEL, HOR 1 L8
12300EL086 ACTUATOR, 24VDC, 25#FORCE 1 6509K86
14900LT361 STROBE LIGHT, AMBER 12-24 1 4261A
14900SD241 BACK UP ALARM, 12-24 VDC 1 240C
20169040 VALVE, 4" BUTTERFLY, 150# 1 VF735-L-CI-DI-4
20169080 VALVE, 8" BUTTERFLY, 150# 1 B5-RL08
24B60003V24 AUTOFOAM KIT 60GPM 3 DISC 1 FSB060-003-V24
3200HY077 MOTOR, HYDRAULIC, 1.25" S 1 ME77-2C
3200HY10123 VALVE, SELECTOR 2POS 3WAY 1 SS-100-A/LT GREEN
3200HY220 VALVE, SOLENOID 2POS 2WAY 1 SV4-10-0-0-00
3286EL224 SOLENOID COIL, 24VDC 1 300AA00082A
60000122412 ACTUATOR, 12-24VDC 12" ST 1 GE-12
60075187976 LED, 24V RED PANEL MOUNT 5 18M7976
60075187978 LED, 24V GREEN PANEL MOUN 5 18M7978
60075187980 LED, 24V YELLOW PANEL MOU 5 18M7980
60BU5084V24 RELAY, 24V, 40/60AMP 1 BU5084V24
6200WH009 MONITOR, 2.5"24VDC LOW PR 1 925585-11-24
6200WH305 JOYSTICK &CONTROL BOX 620 1 798305-1
7813LT043 LENS KIT
KIT, LED RED 24V 78 2 710005
7813LT047 LENS KIT, LED, RED 24V 78 1 510047
7813LT048 LENS KIT, LED, AMBER 24V 1 510048
99000971 ANODE, 3/4" X 32" MAGNESI 36 U971
BER71E24-3 SPRAY VALVE, 3" ELECTRIC 1 71E-3

713012 - SPARE PARTS LIST 1


8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

WATER CANON ASSEMBLY


*PART#- 91081914213
CAT WALK & HANDRAIL ASSEMBLY ACTUATOR, 24VDC, 25
*PART# 91081914785 *PART# 12300EL086
HOOD FASTNER, 8" RUBBER FILL CHUTE ASSEMBLY
*PART# 4200WH005 *PART# 91081912226
BRACKET, ANCHOR
*PART# 4200WH006 D
D CATCH
*PART# 4200WH007

SIDE SPRAY ASSEMBLY


CLAMP, 3" VICTAULIC
*PART# VIC77-3
SPRAY VALVE, 3" ELECTRIC
*PART# BER71E24-3
ANODE, 3/4" X 32"
*PART#- 99000971

STROBE LIGHT, AMBER


*PART# 14900LT361

LAMP, TURN/STOP/TAIL
*PART#- 7813LT32
LENS KIT, LED RED 24V
*PART# 7813LT043

C C

LADDER ASSEMBLY
*PART #- 91081912112
LAMP, AMBER CLEARANCE
PART#- 7813LT007
LENS KIT, LED, AMBER
SPRAY VALVE, 3" ELECTRIC PART# 7813LT048
FOAM TANK SIGHT TUBE *PART# BER71E24-3
DRAIN COCK, 1/2" MPT 3/4"
B *PART# 1451 HOSE REEL, 1" 1000PSI 100 B
PART# 820-30-31-10.5A
HOSE, 1" X 100' WATER
PART# 3400HS100
NOZZLE, 1" ADJUSTABLE LAMP, RED CLEARANCE
FLOAT SWITCH ASSEMLBY PART# 10NZIPT-AD-LX
*PART# 91081912842 PART#- 7813LT006
LENS KIT, LED, RED
PART# 7813LT047
ELEMENT HALF, FLEX, 2875
PART# 09049E20
FRONT-DRIVERSIDE VIEW PUMP, WATER, 4" X 5"
LAMP, HALOGEN FLOOD
PART# 12003PM401
MOTOR, HYDRAULIC, 1.25" S *PART#- 9X-1439
PART# 3200HY077
COUPLING HALF, 1.25"BORE
PART# 09049E20114 REAR-CURBSIDE VIEW
COUPLING HALF, 1.875"BORE
PART# 09049E20178
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED: NAME DATE

DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES


TOLERANCES:
DRAWN JMC 5/3/2011 GROUND FORCE MFG.
DRIP / GRAVITY BAR FRACTIONAL 1/16 CHECKED TITLE:
NOTES: 1. REMOVE ALL BURRS AND SHARP EDGES. VALVE, 4" BUTTERFLY, 150#
A 2. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. PART# 20169040
ANGULAR: MACH/BEND .25
ENG APPR. A
3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. VALVE, 8" BUTTERFLY, 150#
TWO PLACE DECIMAL .010
THREE PLACE DECIMAL .003
20K H20 (KIT) -
MFG APPR.
4. DATUM LINES ARE FOR DIMENSIONING REFERENCE ONLY. PART# 20169080
5. ALL MATERIAL THICKNESS 3/16" AND UP TO BE WELDED WITH ACTUATOR, 24VDC, 25#FORCE
*ULTRA 70 (CORE WIRE) UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. INTERPRET GEOMETRIC Q.A.
6. WHEN "ORB TYPE FITTINGS ARE REQUIRED, WELD FLANGES WILL
PART# 12300EL086 PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL TOLERANCING PER:
BE WELDED WITH ER70 HARD-WIRE UNLESS SPECIFIED OTHERWISE. MATERIAL
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS
SIZE DWG. NO. REV

B J-713012
7. ALL BOLTS USED IN THE ASSEMBLY PROCESS TO BE TIGHTENED DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF
PER TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS SHOWN ON DRAWING. GROUND FORCE MFG., LLC . ANY
8. ALL THREADED COUPLINGS ON WATER TANKS REQUIRE USING TEFLON REPRODUCTION IN PART OR AS A WHOLE FINISH
PIPE THREAD TAPE (ONLY) FOR SEALING PURPOSES. WITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF
9. PRIOR TO WELDING ON ANY CHASSIS IT IS REQUIRED TO DISCONNECT GROUND FORCE MFG., LLC. IS
THE BATTERY SOURCE TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRONICS. PROHIBITED. DO NOT SCALE DRAWING SCALE: 1:128WEIGHT: 42271.83 SHEET 1 OF 2
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

PART#- VIC77-4

SPRAY VALVE, 3" ELECTRICAL


*PART#- BER71E24-3
CLAMP, 3" VICTAULIC
*PART#- VIC77-3

D D

C C

PUMP ASSEMBLY
*PART#- 91081912403

8" GRAVITY DUMP VALVE ASSEMBLY


*PART#- 91081914865
TANK PIN BOSS ASSEMBLY
*PART# 91081911941 TANK HOIST LIFT ASSEMBLY
*PART# 91081910687
4" GRAVITY DUMP BAR
*PART# 91081914858
VALVE, 4" BUTTERFLY, 150#
B *PART#- 20169040
B

REAR VIEW- SPRAY EQUIPMENT

CURBSIDE VIEW
FENDERS REMOVED FOR CLAIRITY
TANK SAFETY LOCK
*PART# 91081912122
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED: NAME DATE

DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES


TOLERANCES:
DRAWN JMC 5/3/2011 GROUND FORCE MFG.
FRACTIONAL 1/16 CHECKED TITLE:
NOTES: 1. REMOVE ALL BURRS AND SHARP EDGES.
A 2. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.
ANGULAR: MACH/BEND .25
ENG APPR. A
3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.
TWO PLACE DECIMAL .010
THREE PLACE DECIMAL .003
20K H20 (KIT) -
4. DATUM LINES ARE FOR DIMENSIONING REFERENCE ONLY. MFG APPR.
5. ALL MATERIAL THICKNESS 3/16" AND UP TO BE WELDED WITH
*ULTRA 70 (CORE WIRE) UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. INTERPRET GEOMETRIC Q.A.
6. WHEN "ORB TYPE FITTINGS ARE REQUIRED, WELD FLANGES WILL PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL TOLERANCING PER:
BE WELDED WITH ER70 HARD-WIRE UNLESS SPECIFIED OTHERWISE. MATERIAL
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS
SIZE DWG. NO. REV

B J-713012
7. ALL BOLTS USED IN THE ASSEMBLY PROCESS TO BE TIGHTENED DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF
PER TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS SHOWN ON DRAWING. GROUND FORCE MFG., LLC . ANY
8. ALL THREADED COUPLINGS ON WATER TANKS REQUIRE USING TEFLON REPRODUCTION IN PART OR AS A WHOLE FINISH
PIPE THREAD TAPE (ONLY) FOR SEALING PURPOSES. WITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF
9. PRIOR TO WELDING ON ANY CHASSIS IT IS REQUIRED TO DISCONNECT GROUND FORCE MFG., LLC. IS
THE BATTERY SOURCE TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRONICS. PROHIBITED. DO NOT SCALE DRAWING SCALE: 1:128WEIGHT: 42271.83 SHEET 2 OF 2
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
ITEM QTY. STOCK/DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER Material WEIGHT PcMRP REVISIONS
1 2 HR3/4DIAX94-1/8"L HR3/4 Plain Carbon Steel 23.68 90181107152
REV. ECN# DESCRIPTION DATE SIGNATURE APPROVED
2 2 HR3/4DIAX10-5/8"L HR3/4 Plain Carbon Steel 2.46 90181107153
3 2 HR3/4DIAX22-3/16"L HR3/4 Plain Carbon Steel 6.2 90181107154 1 07-133 UPDATED LENGTH OF ITEMS 2 & 3. 10.29.2007 HLP JLW
4 8 3/4SCH40X3"L 3/4SCH40 Plain Carbon Steel 1.12 90181106967
5 2 3/4SCH40X3"L 3/4SCH40 Plain Carbon Steel 0.56 90181106966
6 6 PL3/16X4-3/4DIA PL3/16X48 Plain Carbon Steel 5.64 90181100162

D
7 6 BG1 X 1/8 X 3 1/4 X 19 1/4 BG1X1/8X36 Plain Carbon Steel 34.26 90181111964 D
1
2
5
2
DETAIL A 6
SCALE 1 : 2
6
7
6
2
C C
2
3
2

4
8

B B

3D VIEW
CL

UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED: NAME DATE

CL DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES


TOLERANCES:
DRAWN HLP 10/22/2007 GROUND FORCE MFG.
CHECKED TITLE:
NOTES: 1. REMOVE ALL BURRS AND SHARP EDGES. FRONT VIEW FRACTIONAL 1/16
A 2. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.
ANGULAR: MACH/BEND .25
ENG APPR. A
3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.
TWO PLACE DECIMAL .010
THREE PLACE DECIMAL .003
MANWAY ACCESS LADDER
4.
5.
DATUM LINES ARE FOR DIMENSIONING REFERENCE ONLY.
ALL MATERIAL THICKNESS 3/16" AND UP TO BE WELDED WITH
SIDE VIEW MFG APPR.

*ULTRA 70 (CORE WIRE) UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. INTERPRET GEOMETRIC Q.A.


6. WHEN "ORB TYPE FITTINGS ARE REQUIRED, WELD FLANGES WILL PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL TOLERANCING PER:
COMMENTS:
BE WELDED WITH ER70 HARD-WIRE UNLESS SPECIFIED OTHERWISE. MATERIAL
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS
SIZE DWG. NO. REV

B 912112 1
7. ALL BOLTS USED IN THE ASSEMBLY PROCESS TO BE TIGHTENED DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF
PER TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS SHOWN ON DRAWING. GROUND FORCE MFG., LLC . ANY
8. ALL THREADED COUPLINGS ON WATER TANKS REQUIRE USING TEFLON REPRODUCTION IN PART OR AS A WHOLE FINISH
PIPE THREAD TAPE (ONLY) FOR SEALING PURPOSES. WITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF
9. PRIOR TO WELDING ON ANY CHASSIS IT IS REQUIRED TO DISCONNECT GROUND FORCE MFG., LLC. IS
THE BATTERY SOURCE TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRONICS. PROHIBITED. DO NOT SCALE DRAWING SCALE: 1:16 WEIGHT: 73.82 SHEET 1 OF 1
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
ITEM QTY. STOCK/DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER Material WEIGHT PcMRP REVISIONS
1 2 CR4140X4X12-5/8"L CR4140X4 CS 4140 88.12 90181102563
REV. ECN. DESCRIPTION DATE SIGNATURE APPROVED
2 4 PL1/4X8"DIA PL1/4X36 Plain Carbon Steel 10.4 90181102293
UPDATED ITEMS - SEE ECN FOR
3 4 PL3/4X8X12"L PL3/4X36 Plain Carbon Steel 66.96 90181102294 1 1 07-153
DETAILS.
12/31/2007 HLP JLW
4 2 PL3/4X22-11/16X56- PL3/4X36 Plain Carbon Steel 232.6 90181107411
CUT OUT PIN BOSS PLATES TO
15/16"L 2 REMOVE MATERIAL OVER WELD 6/24/2008
5 2 PL3/4X22-11/16X57-7/8"L PL3/4X36 Plain Carbon Steel 238.02 90181107412 SEAM OF WHEEL WELL
6 4 PL1/2X14X19"L PL1/2X36 Plain Carbon Steel 74.96 90181107410

D
7 1 PL3/8X12-1/4X22-5/8"L PL3/8X36 Plain Carbon Steel 27.77 90181106522 D
8 1 PL3/8X12-1/4X43-7/16"L PL3/8X36 Plain Carbon Steel 54.51 90181106521 *NOTE: IT IS REQUIRED TO SHIM BETWEEN THE INSIDE OF THE
9 4 FB3/8X4-1/2X19"L FB3/8X4-1/2 Plain Carbon Steel 35.96 90181102561 PIN PLATES TO CLOSE THE GAP TO THE CHASSIS REAR PIVOT
10 4 PL3/8X6-3/4X12"L PL3/8X36 Plain Carbon Steel 34.24 90181106523 BOSSES
11 1 PL3/8X12-1/4X43-7/16"L PL3/8X36 Plain Carbon Steel 54.51 90181107414
12 1 PL3/8X12-1/4X22-5/8"L PL3/8X36 Plain Carbon Steel 27.77 90181107413
SHIMS IN KIT (20K SHIMS)
-(2) - 3/16" THICKNESS
-(2) - 1/4" THICKNESS
-(2) - 1/8" THICKNESS.

CL CL OF TANK CL
11 5 6 9 8 2
7
1 2 4 4 1 4
C
1 C
1
2 2

4 3 12
2 4 1
B B
REAR VIEW

2
10
3D VIEW
4

UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED: NAME DATE

DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES


TOLERANCES:
DRAWN HLP 10/26/2007 GROUND FORCE MFG.
FRACTIONAL 1/16 CHECKED TITLE:
NOTES: 1. REMOVE ALL BURRS AND SHARP EDGES.
A 2. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.
ANGULAR: MACH/BEND .25
ENG APPR. A
3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.
TWO PLACE DECIMAL .010
THREE PLACE DECIMAL .003
PIN BOSS ASSEMBLY
4. DATUM LINES ARE FOR DIMENSIONING REFERENCE ONLY. MFG APPR.
5. ALL MATERIAL THICKNESS 3/16" AND UP TO BE WELDED WITH
*ULTRA 70 (CORE WIRE) UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. INTERPRET GEOMETRIC Q.A.
6. WHEN "ORB TYPE FITTINGS ARE REQUIRED, WELD FLANGES WILL
BE WELDED WITH ER70 HARD-WIRE UNLESS SPECIFIED OTHERWISE.
SIDE VIEW PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL TOLERANCING PER:
MATERIAL
COMMENTS:
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS
SIZE DWG. NO. REV

B 911941 2
7. ALL BOLTS USED IN THE ASSEMBLY PROCESS TO BE TIGHTENED DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF
PER TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS SHOWN ON DRAWING. GROUND FORCE MFG., LLC . ANY
8. ALL THREADED COUPLINGS ON WATER TANKS REQUIRE USING TEFLON REPRODUCTION IN PART OR AS A WHOLE FINISH
PIPE THREAD TAPE (ONLY) FOR SEALING PURPOSES. WITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF
9. PRIOR TO WELDING ON ANY CHASSIS IT IS REQUIRED TO DISCONNECT GROUND FORCE MFG., LLC. IS
THE BATTERY SOURCE TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRONICS. PROHIBITED. DO NOT SCALE DRAWING SCALE: 1:24 WEIGHT: 945.85 SHEET 1 OF 1
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
ITEM QTY. STOCK/DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER Material WEIGHT PcMRP
1 2 PL1"X9 15/16"X27 1/2" PL1X36 Plain Carbon Steel 71.86 90181102574
2 2 PL1"X10 3/4"X29 3/16" PL1X36 Plain Carbon Steel 85.42 90181102575
3 2 PL1X5-15/16X7-1/16"L PL1X36 Plain Carbon Steel 10.24 90181102577
4 2 PL3/8X5X6"L PL3/8X36 Plain Carbon Steel 6.24 90181102588
5 2 PL1X5-1/4X10-3/8"L PL1X36 Plain Carbon Steel 29.68 90181102578
6 2 PL1"X5 1/4"X5 1/16" PL1X36 Plain Carbon Steel 13.86 90181102579
7 2 PL3/8X11-3/8X33-1/4"L PL3/8X36 Plain Carbon Steel 79.52 90181102580
D D
8 4 DOM 5"ODX1X3 DON 5OD X 3ID Plain Carbon Steel 28.16 90181102702
9 2 CR RND X 3.247 DIA. X 11"L CR 4140X3-7/16 CS 4140 52.2 90181102701
10 2 PL1/4X5"DIA PL1/4X36 Plain Carbon Steel 1.6 90181102703

7 6
2 2
5
2
4
2
3D VIEW
AS SEEN FROM UPPER-FRONT-LEFT.
C 8 3 C
4 2
1 8 2 10 9
2 4 2 2 2
USE 1/2 GR8 BOLT, FLAT DETAIL A
DETAIL B WASHER, AND NYLOCK NUT SCALE 1 : 8
SCALE 1 : 8 TO SECURE PIN IN PLACE. CL
OF TANK LOWER FRONT HEAD

CL

B B
6
2

LEFT SIDE VIEW


FRONT VIEW A (DRIVER'S SIDE)
B

UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED: NAME DATE

DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES


TOLERANCES:
DRAWN HLP 11/5/2007 GROUND FORCE MFG.
FRACTIONAL 1/16 CHECKED TITLE:
NOTES: 1. REMOVE ALL BURRS AND SHARP EDGES.
A 2. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.
ANGULAR: MACH/BEND .25
ENG APPR. A
3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.
TWO PLACE DECIMAL .010
THREE PLACE DECIMAL .003
LIFT PLATE ASSEMBLY
4. DATUM LINES ARE FOR DIMENSIONING REFERENCE ONLY. MFG APPR.
5. ALL MATERIAL THICKNESS 3/16" AND UP TO BE WELDED WITH
*ULTRA 70 (CORE WIRE) UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. INTERPRET GEOMETRIC Q.A.
6. WHEN "ORB TYPE FITTINGS ARE REQUIRED, WELD FLANGES WILL PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL TOLERANCING PER:
COMMENTS:
BE WELDED WITH ER70 HARD-WIRE UNLESS SPECIFIED OTHERWISE. MATERIAL
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS
SIZE DWG. NO. REV

B 910687 1
7. ALL BOLTS USED IN THE ASSEMBLY PROCESS TO BE TIGHTENED DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF
PER TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS SHOWN ON DRAWING. GROUND FORCE MFG., LLC . ANY
8. ALL THREADED COUPLINGS ON WATER TANKS REQUIRE USING TEFLON REPRODUCTION IN PART OR AS A WHOLE FINISH
PIPE THREAD TAPE (ONLY) FOR SEALING PURPOSES. WITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF
9. PRIOR TO WELDING ON ANY CHASSIS IT IS REQUIRED TO DISCONNECT GROUND FORCE MFG., LLC. IS
THE BATTERY SOURCE TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRONICS. PROHIBITED. DO NOT SCALE DRAWING SCALE: 1:16 WEIGHT: 378.80 SHEET 1 OF 1
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Defau
ITEM lt/QTY STOCK/DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER Material WEIGHT PcMRP
.
1 1 WATER PUMP 12003PM401 2024 Alloy 294.4 *NOT SHOWN - ITEM 12 TO BE USED TO CONNECT HYDRAULIC
2 1 MOTOR, HYDRAULIC, 1.25" SHAFT 3/8"K 3200HY077 2024 Alloy 71.04 HOSES TO TANK. ITEM 13 TO BE USED TO ADAPT HOSE TO
3 1 COUPLING HALF, 1.25"BORE .3125"KW 09049E20114 0 MOTOR. ITEM 14 TO CONNECT ADAPTER TO MOTOR
4 1 COUPLING HALF, 1.875"BORE .5"KW 09049E20178 0
5 2 ELEMENT HALF, FLEX, 2300 INCH LBS. 09049E20 0
6 1 SEALUM PUMP BRACKET 39181006127 Plain Carbon Steel 38.99
D 7 1 GUARD MCG2500 0 11 D
8 1 FLANGE, 5" 150# SLIP ON 4800SM073 0
1
9 1 FLANGE, 4" ANSI 150# RF SL 4800SM006 0
10 1 ELBOW, 5" LR WELD-ON BIP 4800SM045 Plain Carbon Steel 14.23 9
11 1 PIPE, 3SCH40 X 13" 3SCH40 Plain Carbon Steel 12.23 ND 90181106929
12 10 FLANGE, 1-1/2"FPT SPLIT 3000PSI 1812HY014 0
1 5
13 2 FLANGE,2"CODE 61 1.25"MALE JIC 90 59024.X32 0
8 2 3
14 2 FLANGE, 2"FPT SPLIT 3000PSI 1812HY007 0 4
15 1 CROSS, 1-1/2" 4-BOLT CODE 61 1810-24-24-2424 0
10 1 1 1
16 1 UNION, 1-1/2" CODE 61 1958-24-24 0
2
17 1 BLANK PLATE 3365-24 0 1
18 1 GASKET, 4" ANSI FLANGE 150# 4300GA004 0 1
19 1 GASKET, 5" 150# ansi 4300GA005 0

C C

11 11
OUTLET TO 1 1 * * 6
SPRAY BAR 1
* * 1
1
1
1 END VIEW - GUARD HIDDEN
3 13"
13 4 "
7
2
1
97 1
B B

**SHIM ITEM 6 AS NEEDED FOR ALIGNMENT


10 * END VIEW 6
1 SUCTION VIEW * INLET FROM 1
SUMP
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED: NAME DATE

DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES


TOLERANCES:
DRAWN JLW 1/22/2008 GROUND FORCE MFG.
FRACTIONAL 1/16 CHECKED TITLE:
NOTES: 1. REMOVE ALL BURRS AND SHARP EDGES.
A 2. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.
ANGULAR: MACH/BEND .25
ENG APPR. A
3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.
TWO PLACE DECIMAL .010
THREE PLACE DECIMAL .003
B4JRMBH AND ME77
MFG APPR.
4. DATUM LINES ARE FOR DIMENSIONING REFERENCE ONLY. WATER PUMP
5. ALL MATERIAL THICKNESS 3/16" AND UP TO BE WELDED WITH
*ULTRA 70 (CORE WIRE) UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. INTERPRET GEOMETRIC Q.A. ASSEMBLY
6. WHEN "ORB TYPE FITTINGS ARE REQUIRED, WELD FLANGES WILL PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL TOLERANCING PER:
COMMENTS:
BE WELDED WITH ER70 HARD-WIRE UNLESS SPECIFIED OTHERWISE. THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS MATERIAL
SIZE DWG. NO. REV

B 912403
7. ALL BOLTS USED IN THE ASSEMBLY PROCESS TO BE TIGHTENED DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF
PER TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS SHOWN ON DRAWING. GROUND FORCE MFG., LLC . ANY
8. ALL THREADED COUPLINGS ON WATER TANKS REQUIRE USING TEFLON REPRODUCTION IN PART OR AS A WHOLE FINISH
PIPE THREAD TAPE (ONLY) FOR SEALING PURPOSES. WITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF
9. PRIOR TO WELDING ON ANY CHASSIS IT IS REQUIRED TO DISCONNECT GROUND FORCE MFG., LLC. IS
THE BATTERY SOURCE TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRONICS. PROHIBITED. DO NOT SCALE DRAWING SCALE: 1:12 WEIGHT: 469.15 SHEET 1 OF 1
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
ITEM QTY. STOCK/DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER Material WEIGHT PcMRP
1 5 WELD FLANGE 1" 1PHX Plain Carbon Steel 1.35 1PHX
2 3 WELD FLANGE 1/2" 1/2PHX Plain Carbon Steel 0.81 1/2PHX
3 1 WELD FLANGE 3/4" 3/4PHX Plain Carbon Steel 0.27 3/4PHX
FLOAT SWITCH ASSEMBLY
4 1 91081912842 0.93 REF# 912842
W/ JUNCTION BOX
5 4 PLUG, 1" SQUARE HEAD BIP 1XPLUG 1.26 1XPLUG
DRAIN COCK 1/2 NPT 3/4
6 3 1451 HDWR 0 1451
HOSE BARB 90 DEG

D D

5 1 CL OF SIGHT GUAGE
4 5

CL OF LOW LEVEL AND


ELECTRONIC INDICATOR

5 1
4 5 3 7 8 9
1 1 4 98

CL OF TANK
C C

5 1
4 5

SHELF PLATE

2 6 8 9
3 3 4 98

5 1
B 4 5 B

4 1
1 5 6 2 8 9
3 3 4 98

OFFSET TODRIVERSIDE

DRIVERSIDE VIEW
DIMENSIONS TAKEN
6 2 8 9 FROM HEAD AND 6"
3 3 4 98 NOT SHELL

FRONT HEAD VIEW UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED: NAME DATE

DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES


TOLERANCES:
DRAWN JLW 11/11/2008 GROUND FORCE MFG.
FRACTIONAL 1/16 CHECKED TITLE:
NOTES: 1. REMOVE ALL BURRS AND SHARP EDGES.
A 2. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.
ANGULAR: MACH/BEND .25
ENG APPR. A
3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.
TWO PLACE DECIMAL .010
THREE PLACE DECIMAL .003
SIGHT GUAGE, W/O
MFG APPR.
4. DATUM LINES ARE FOR DIMENSIONING REFERENCE ONLY. ELECTRONIC
5. ALL MATERIAL THICKNESS 3/16" AND UP TO BE WELDED WITH
*ULTRA 70 (CORE WIRE) UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. INTERPRET GEOMETRIC Q.A. INDICATORS
6. WHEN "ORB TYPE FITTINGS ARE REQUIRED, WELD FLANGES WILL PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL TOLERANCING PER:
COMMENTS:
BE WELDED WITH ER70 HARD-WIRE UNLESS SPECIFIED OTHERWISE. MATERIAL
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS
SIZE DWG. NO. REV

B 912926
7. ALL BOLTS USED IN THE ASSEMBLY PROCESS TO BE TIGHTENED DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF
PER TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS SHOWN ON DRAWING. GROUND FORCE MFG., LLC . ANY
8. ALL THREADED COUPLINGS ON WATER TANKS REQUIRE USING TEFLON REPRODUCTION IN PART OR AS A WHOLE FINISH
PIPE THREAD TAPE (ONLY) FOR SEALING PURPOSES. WITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF
9. PRIOR TO WELDING ON ANY CHASSIS IT IS REQUIRED TO DISCONNECT GROUND FORCE MFG., LLC. IS
THE BATTERY SOURCE TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRONICS. PROHIBITED. DO NOT SCALE DRAWING SCALE: 1:25 WEIGHT: 6.04 SHEET 1 OF 1
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
ITEM QTY. STOCK/DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER Material WEIGHT PcMRP
1 1 PL1/2X7X15"L PL1/2X48 Plain Carbon Steel 14.52 90181107170
2 2 PL1X6X11"L PL1X48 Plain Carbon Steel 28.76 90181107169
3 1 PL1X8-1/2X11"L PL1X48 Plain Carbon Steel 17.63 90181107168
4 2 1' - 8 NC NYLOCK NUT PLATED 0128.100.01.20 0
5 4 1" FLAT CUT WASHER PLATED 0945.100.0.20 0 NOTES:
6 2 1" X 2-1/2 NC GR8 BOLT 0801100025020 0 1) MOUNT AS CLOSE TO CENTER OF THE TANK AS POSSIBLE,
D DEPENDS ON BODY OPTIONS FOR CLEARANCE. D
2) SAFETY LOCK TO BE MOUNTED IN FIELD.
3) CABLE IS TO TIE INTO REAR AXLE OF SHASSIS AND LOOP
THROUGH SAFETY LOCK WHEN TANK IS RAISD FOR
MAINTENANCE.
4) CUSTOMER TO SUPPLY CABLE. RECOMMENDEDCABLE IS
3/4" THICK LOOPED THRU SAFETY BRACKET (DOUBLED UP).

BOTTOM VIEW

C C
REAR HEAD.

REMOVE SHARP CORNERS


B 1 4 5 2 3 6 FROM INSIDE RADIUS FOR B
CABLE PROTECTION.
1 2 4 2 1 2 SIDE VIEW

REAR VIEW

UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED: NAME DATE

DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES


TOLERANCES:
DRAWN HLP 1/21/2008 GROUND FORCE MFG.
FRACTIONAL 1/16 CHECKED TITLE:
NOTES: 1. REMOVE ALL BURRS AND SHARP EDGES.
A 2. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.
ANGULAR: MACH/BEND .25
ENG APPR. A
3. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.
TWO PLACE DECIMAL .010
THREE PLACE DECIMAL .003
TANK SAFETY LOCK
4. DATUM LINES ARE FOR DIMENSIONING REFERENCE ONLY. MFG APPR.
5. ALL MATERIAL THICKNESS 3/16" AND UP TO BE WELDED WITH
*ULTRA 70 (CORE WIRE) UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. INTERPRET GEOMETRIC Q.A.
6. WHEN "ORB TYPE FITTINGS ARE REQUIRED, WELD FLANGES WILL PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL TOLERANCING PER:
COMMENTS:
BE WELDED WITH ER70 HARD-WIRE UNLESS SPECIFIED OTHERWISE. MATERIAL
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS
SIZE DWG. NO. REV

B 912122
7. ALL BOLTS USED IN THE ASSEMBLY PROCESS TO BE TIGHTENED DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF
PER TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS SHOWN ON DRAWING. GROUND FORCE MFG., LLC . ANY
8. ALL THREADED COUPLINGS ON WATER TANKS REQUIRE USING TEFLON REPRODUCTION IN PART OR AS A WHOLE FINISH
PIPE THREAD TAPE (ONLY) FOR SEALING PURPOSES. WITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF
9. PRIOR TO WELDING ON ANY CHASSIS IT IS REQUIRED TO DISCONNECT GROUND FORCE MFG., LLC. IS
THE BATTERY SOURCE TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRONICS. PROHIBITED. DO NOT SCALE DRAWING SCALE: 1:8 WEIGHT: 61.02 SHEET 1 OF 1
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
OWNERS MANUAL
INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
REPAIR PARTS LIST

Frame Mounted
Centrifugal Pump

Direct Coupling Drive


Belt Driven
IMPORTANT
For best possible performance and continuous, satisfactory operation,
read these instructions before installing your new pump.
Should service be required, this manual can be a valuable guide.
It should be kept near the installation for ready reference.
Record nameplate data from pump on blank nameplate inside this
manual for future reference.

Berkeley Pumps / 293 Wright Street / Delavan, WI 53115


F00637 (Rev. 3/18/05)
Table of Contents

Page
SAFETY ...................................................................................................................................3

INSTALLATION
General Information ........................................................................................................3, 4
Foundation..........................................................................................................................5
Direct Coupling Drive..........................................................................................................6
Belt Drive ............................................................................................................................7
Suction Connection........................................................................................................8-11
Discharge Connection ................................................................................................12, 13
Electrical Connection ........................................................................................................14

START-UP
General Information ..........................................................................................................15
Check Pump Rotation.................................................................................................15, 16
Priming ........................................................................................................................15-17

MAINTENANCE
General Information ..........................................................................................................18
Packing .............................................................................................................................19
Impeller Replacement.................................................................................................20, 21
Shaft Maintenance/Replacement .....................................................................................22
General Pump Care..........................................................................................................23
Routine Inspection Checklist ............................................................................................24

PUMP NOMENCLATURE
General Information ..........................................................................................................25
Parts Breakdown ........................................................................................................26, 27

TROUBLESHOOTING
If Pump Driven By Electric Motor......................................................................................28
If Pump Driven By Air-Cooled or Water-Cooled Engine ...................................................29

WARRANTY..........................................................................................................................31

Page 2 F00637
Safety First
General Information
Pump Location

General Safety READ AND FOLLOW


Do not allow pump, piping, or any other system SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS!
component containing water to freeze. Freezing may
damage system, leading to injury or flooding. Allowing This is the safety alert symbol. When you see
pump or system components to freeze will void this symbol on your pump or in this manual, look
for one of the following signal words and be alert to the
warranty. potential for personal injury:
Pump approved liquids only with this pump.
warns about hazards that will cause
Periodically inspect pump and system components. serious personal injury, death or major
Wear safety glasses at all times when working on property damage if ignored.
pumps.
warns about hazards that will or can
Keep work area clean, uncluttered and properly lighted; cause serious personal injury, death or
store properly all unused tools and equipment. major property damage if ignored.
Keep visitors at a safe distance from the work areas.
warns about hazards that will or can
cause minor personal injury or property
damage if ignored.

The label NOTICE indicates special instructions which


WARNING are important but not related to hazards.
Rotating parts. Can catch
hands, feet, or clothing. Carefully read and follow all safety instructions in
Stay clear of equipment and this manual and on pump.
keep shields in place while
pump is running. Keep safety labels in good condition.
Replace missing or damaged safety labels.
Stop motor or engine before
servicing pump. LOCATION:
Read owners manual before
using equipment. Locate the pump as near to the water source as
practical. Make the suction pipe run short and straight
with as few pipe fittings as possible to keep total friction
loss to a minimum.
Electrical Safety Install pump in a clean, dry and well drained location if
Wire motor for correct
possible and protect against moisture and adverse
WARNING voltage. See Electrical weather conditions. Pump should be located on a level,
hard surface to prevent shifting or tipping. Locate to be
section of this manual
and motor nameplate. readily accessible for inspection and maintenance.
Careful attention should be taken to assure that Net
Ground motor before Positive Suction Head Available (NPSHA) exceeds Net
connecting to power Positive Suction Head Required (NPSHR) by the pump
supply. or reduced performance and severe pump damage may
result.
Meet National Electrical Figure 1, Page 4, illustrates where these terms (NPSHA
Code and local codes / NPSHR) come from, and how to determine if the
Hazardous voltage. for all wiring. pumping conditions at which you want to operate meet
Can shock, burn, or the proper criteria. When in doubt, consult your nearest
cause death. Berkeley Professional Dealer.
Follow wiring
Ground pump before instructions in this NOTE: If pump site is 1000 feet above sea level, sub-
connecting to power manual when tract 1.2 feet from the NPSHA equation and an ad-
supply. connecting motor to ditional 1.2 feet for each additional 1000 feet of eleva-
power lines. tion.

F00637 Page 3
Installation
General Information

NPSHR EXAMPLE NPSHA


A NPSHR at this point B NPSHR at this point ONLY
(450 gpm) = 10 Feet (550 gpm) = 14 Feet
B3ZRM 8.5 Feet total friction loss
30
@ 450 Gallons per minute.
100 20

NPSH in Feet
9.5 Feet total friction loss
10 @ 550 Gallons per minute.
1800 RPM
80 0

60 450 GPM 550 GPM


Static Lift = 7.0 Feet 7.0 Feet
Total Friction Loss = 8.5 Feet 9.5 Feet
TDH

40 7 Feet
Total = 15.5 Feet 16.5 Feet Static Lift

20 Theoretical static
lift of centrifugal
pump at sea level = 34.0 Feet 34.0 Feet
0 Subtract Safety Factor 6.0 Feet 6.0 Feet
0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800
Gallons Per Minute Practical Limit = 28.0 Feet 28.0 Feet
Subtract Lift and Friction 15.5 Feet 16.5 Feet
A A Model B3ZRM operating at 450 GPM
with 68 Feet of Head has a NPSHR of.......... 10 Feet OK NPSHA = 12.5 Feet

B A Model B3ZRM operating at 550 GPM


4096 1101
with 58 Feet of Head has a NPSHR of.......... 14 Feet CAVITATION NPSHA = 11.5 Feet

FIGURE 1

FOUNDATION: Refer to illustration on page 5. done throughout piping system.


Heavy weights; risk of crushing toes or
feet. Use care and proper lifting equipment when SUCTION PIPING:
handling pump for installation. Size and weight of some Refer to illustrations on Page 8 through Page 11 for
units will require hoists for safe handling. recommended and not recommended practices in
Pump should be set on a concrete foundation which is suction connections.
sufficiently substantial to absorb vibration and which
provides a permanent and rigid support. DISCHARGE PIPING:
When properly positioned, the unit will be level, and the Refer to illustrations on Pages 12 and 13 for recom-
suction and discharge openings of the pump will be mended and not recommended practices in discharge
aligned with system piping. connections.

PIPING: ELECTRICAL CONNECTION:


If electric motor is used.
System piping should be at least one commercial pipe
NOTE: All wiring should be done by a qualified
size larger than pump connections and flow velocity
electrician.
should not exceed eight (8) feet per second. Suction and
discharge pipes must be naturally aligned with pump Hazardous voltage. Can shock, burn, or
connections. cause death. Disconnect power to pump before
NOTICE: Misalignment of piping with pump case or servicing.
excessive pipe strain can cause distortion of pump Check voltage and phase stamped on pump motor
components resulting in rubbing, breakage and reduced nameplate before making wiring connections to
pump life. electrical system. Be sure they agree with your electric
Insure that piping is supported in a manner that prevents current supply. They MUST be the same. If in doubt,
the exertion of force on pump connections. This can be check with your local power company.
checked by the following procedure. With the pump shut Refer to illustration on Page 14 for minimum recom-
down, remove pipe flange bolts. If the mating flanges mended pumping panel components that help safeguard
come apart or shift, misalignment is present and causing your pump during operation.
pressure on the connections. Adjust pipe supports until
flanges mate without any force. This procedure can be

Page 4 F00637
Installation
Pump Foundation
Typical Installations

1/2" or thicker
Sole Plate tapped
for hold down bolts Pump or
Motor Frame
Anchor
Bolts


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Concrete Foundation

Pump or
Motor Frame
Anchor
Steel Bolt
Channel
Shims

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for alignment Wedges
Various Heights

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Tack Grout


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Grout
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Foundation

Pump and Motor


Base


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Shims

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ge foundation installations in use. Those pictured above

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Concrete

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Foundation If grout is used, top of concrete should be left rough
to provide a good bonding surface.

Foundation should slope away from pump to prevent


liquid from pooling.
1300 1094

F00637 Page 5
Installation
Direct Coupling Drive
Shaft Alignment "B"
Parallel

Straight Edge
Centerline

Caliper

"A"
Angular
Table I
Distance from Centerline Maximum Allowable T.I.R.
1.00 inch 0.035 inches
2.00 inches 0.070 inches
3.00 inches 0.105 inches
4.00 inches 0.140 inches

Fine Alignment

Course Alignment

4094 1101

Rotating shaft can catch and trap FINE ALIGNMENT


clothing or body. Coupling guard must
ALWAYS be in place when pump is running. Coupling Angular and parallel misalignment of the coupling
guard shown in phantom for pictorial clarity. may be corrected simultaneously. Maintain a sep-
aration between coupling halves, per manufacturers
ALIGNMENT OF PUMP AND MOTOR SHAFT specifications, to avoid preloading of pump and motor
A flexible coupling (except for double universal joint bearings. Clamp dial indicators to the pump and
shaft) will not compensate for misalignment. After the motor shaft as shown above.
pump unit is fastened on the foundation, it is nec-
Start with angular alignment and finish check with
essary to see that the shafts of the pump and motor
parallel alignment.
are properly aligned.
Rotate both the shaft and coupling together by hand.
Each motor and pump foot should be shimmed to
Note the total indicated runout shown on indicator A.
avoid shifting or soft foot.
The maximum allowable angular misalignment is 1
COURSE ALIGNMENT degree. Limits of reading on indicator A at various
distances from shaft centerline are shown in Table I.
By moving the entire unit, bring suction and discharge
openings of the pump into alignment with the system Continue to rotate both shafts by hand and note the
piping. Pipes should align naturally with the pump runout shown on indicator B. The maximum allow-
(see Installation Section). able total indicated runout is .005 inches. Should
either angular or parallel misalignment exceed the
Bring the pump and motor shaft into approximate
value shown, shift or shim the motor until mis-
alignment by shifting or shimming the motor. Use a
alignment is within the allowable limits shown. Do not
straight edge to check alignment of the shafts.
move pump unless absolutely necessary. When
Use calipers, or a wedge thickness gauge to check shimming, be sure that all feet on the pump and
the distance between coupling halves. The distance motor are equally supported to avoid strains on the
between halves should be equal at 90 degree castings when the hold down bolts are tightened.
intervals around the coupling, and the shafts should
be concentric when checked with a straight edge.

Page 6 F00637
Installation
Belt Drive
Alignment/Proper Belt Tension

B B

A Incorrect A Incorrect
Centerline - A of each shaft and pulley must Centerline - B represents center of belt and
be parallel for proper alignment. pulley.This centerline must be straight for
proper alignment.

Centerline
A B

937 0594
Centerline
A

ALIGNMENT NOTICE: Belts must be tight enough to prevent slip-


Drive belt can catch and trap clothing ping during operation. Loose belts result in early belt
or body. Belt guard must ALWAYS be in failure and reduced performance. However, excessive
place when pump is running. Belt guard is not shown for tightness of belts will result in overheating of the belts
pictorial clarity. and excessive bearing load in the pump and driver.
Drive and pump shaft centerlines (A) must be parallel Most Vee-belts will stretch slightly after initial
as shown. Belt centerlines (B) must be straight as installation. After a short period of operation, re-
shown. check belt tension and adjust as necessary.

When installing belts, move the driver toward the


pump to allow belts to be placed on pulley. Then, Center of span.
move the driver away from pump to obtain proper belt
tension as described below. Slack should not be more
than one belt thickness.

TENSION
Multiple belt spans must be equal tension in all belts.
Proper belt tension varies with the size of belt being
used, however a general rule is:
A
Belts are properly tensioned when one belt can be
depressed one belt thickness at the center of the Proper tension allows one-
quarter revolution of belt.
span when pressing with thumb. 1423 1294 A

Another method is that a properly tensioned belt can


be rotated (twisted) one-quarter revolution at the
View A-A
center of span.

F00637 Page 7
Installation
Suction Connection
Suction Lift

Pump driven by remote power


source, direct coupling or
pulley/belt connection.
Short length of straight pipe after reducer.
( 2 times pipe diameter minimum )

Suction
Gauge

Straight run, short as possible but


See foundation at least 6 times pipe diameter ("D")
section. after elbow to stabilize flow.
Eccentric Reducer
flat side up. Standard or long
radius elbow.

Slope upward
Support pipe to pump.
as required

NOTICE: All connections


must be air tight.

As close
as possible

Use pipe, tubing, or reinforced hose to make suction


connection. Hose must have sufficient strength to
resist collapse under the pressure differential that
occurs while pump is running.

Suction pipe size should be at least one commercial Pipe diameter ("D")
pipe size larger than opening of pump inlet. Flow
velocity should not exceed 8 ft./sec. 4 x "D"
minimum
Suction screen must screen out solids that could clog
pump impeller.

Suction screen area must be at least four times


suction pipe area. 1 x "D" minimum
from bottom
Net Positive Suction Head Available (NPSHA) must
exceed Net Positive Suction Head Required
(NPSHR) by the pump or reduced performance and
severe pump damage may result.
Strainer / Foot Valve
All suction piping must have continuous rise to the To keep debris from entering
pump suction and to maintain
pump suction inlet. A 1/4 inch per foot minimum slope pump prime after shut-off.
is recommended.

Recommended
Page 8 F00637
Installation
Suction Connection
Suction Lift

Do not use Concentric Reducer causes high spots


Concentric along the suction line resulting in air pockets.
Reducer.

Do not install valves


in suction line.
No support or
uneven mounting
not recommended.

Unsupported
pipe causes
excessive stress
on pump and fittings.
Excess use of pipe fittings
means potential air leaks. Long run
not recommended

Elbow immediately in
front of pump intake
not recommended. Pipe diameter
("D") undersized
reduces performance
High suction
lift should
be avoided.

Vortex caused by
insufficient submergence
may cause pump to
lose prime.

Suction pipe sloping downward to pump inlet will trap


air which will reduce performance and may cause
pump to lose prime. Less than
4 x "D"
Suction piping that is undersized will create excess
friction losses that may cause cavitation and a No strainer
may cause
reduction in pump performance. pump to
clog.
Excess fittings and bends in suction line results in Insufficient bottom
trapped air, reduced performance, and high friction clearance
losses which may cause cavitation.
4088 1101

Not Recommended
F00637 Page 9
Installation
Suction Connection
When Flooded Suction Exists

Pump driven by remote power


source, direct coupling or
pulley/belt connection.
Water under
pressure
Short run of straight pipe after reducer
(2 times pipe diameter). Maintain minimum liquid
level to prevent vortexing.

Eccentric Reducer
flat side up.

Suction
Gauge
See foundation
section. Isolation Valve
full open when
pumping.

Straight run, short as possible but


at least 6 times pipe diameter after
pipe fitting to stabilize flow.
Slope upward to pump.

Standard or
Support pipe long radius
as required elbow.

4089 1101

Use pipe, tubing, or reinforced hose to make suction An isolation valve is used in a pressurized suction
connection. Hose must have sufficient strength to pipe to permit servicing pump.
resist collapse under the atmospheric pressure
differential that may occur while pump is running. Piping run and connection fittings should be properly
aligned and independently supported to reduce strain
It is important, even with a flooded suction condition, on pump case.
that proper pipe fittings are used so water is delivered
to impeller eye with a smooth flow and consistent If solids are present, a strainer should be used to
velocity. protect the pump.

Suction pipe size should be at least one commercial


pipe size larger than opening of pipe inlet. Flow
velocity should not exceed 8 ft./sec.

Recommended
Page 10 F00637
Installation
Suction Connection
When Flooded Suction Exists

Inverted Eccentric Reducer


may result in air pocket. Water under
pressure

Valve in upward
position may trap
air.

Do not leave
valve partially
closed.

Check Valve
in suction pipe
not needed.

Concentric Reducer may Unsupported


cause air pockets. pipe causes
excessive stress
on pump and fittings.

Miter elbow or short


radius elbow not
recommended.

4090 1101

Suction piping that is undersized will create excess


friction losses that may cause cavitation and a
reduction in pump performance.

Excess fittings and bends in suction line results in


trapped air, reduced performance, and high friction
losses which may cause cavitation.

If check valve is required for back flow prevention,


locate on the discharge side of pump.

Not Recommended
F00637 Page 11
Installation
Discharge Connection

Expansion joint with tie


rods where needed.

Isolation
Valve This fitting may be used to
check shut-off head.
Use Concentric Reducer
to mimimize friction losses.

Pressure
Gauge
Discharge pipe diameter at
least one nominal pipe size
larger than discharge opening
in pump.
This view shows discharge
fittings typical of pump with
flooded suction.
Support piping
Align piping to as required
minimize flange
stress.
This view shows discharge fittings
These two views show discharge
typical of typical
fittings pump with suction
of pump withlift.
suction lift.
Isolation valve to
permit servicing of
check valve or pump.

Use pipe, tubing or reinforced hose to make dis-


charge connection. Material selected must have
sufficient strength for operating pressures.

Discharge pipe should be sized so that flow velocity


is below 8 feet per second. Non-Slam or
spring loaded
Use ONLY non-slamming check valves to prevent check valve.
hydraulic shock (water hammer).

Use gate, ball, or butterfly valve for isolation. Valve


should be full open during operation.

Maintain proper pipe size throughout discharge


system, using as few elbows and tees as possible to
keep friction loss to a minimum.

Install pressure gauge after reducer as shown to


check operating pressure or shut-off head. Discharge
Priming 4091 1101
Valve

Recommended
Page 12 F00637
Installation
Discharge Connection

Avoid check valves


that cause hydraulic
shock.

Avoid undersized
pipe diameter.

Do not force alignment


that can cause flange
stresses. Do not use Gate Valve
to throttle flow.
Do not leave
pipe unsupported.

4092 1101
Avoid abrupt change
in pipe size.

Avoid excess friction loss caused by numerous


fittings, insufficient pipe diameter, and sharp turns in
pipe run.

Swing type check valves can permit build-up of


reverse velocity before closing causing hydraulic
shock or water hammer.

Not Recommended
F00637 Page 13
Installation
If Electric Motor Is Used
Protect Your Investment

Incoming Power

1 4

5
3

L1 L2 L3

AMP TIME

AUTO
OFF
HAND

START

NEMA 3R Enclosure

Minimum recommended components to protect your


pump during operation. Check all local electrical codes
prior to installation.

Contactor
Lightning Arrestor
Loss of Prime Protection
Fuseable Disconnect
1301 1094
Starter

Page 14 F00637
Start-up
General Information

CHECK ROTATION: If pump cannot be primed due to air leakage through


stuffing box, DO NOT tighten packing. Instead, pump
Before pump is put into operation, rotational direction
grease into lantern ring until back pressure occurs
must be checked to assure proper performance of
forcing grease into the lantern ring, grease-sealing the
pump. Refer to illustration on Page 16.
stuffing box. After priming, when unit is put into
Hazardous voltage. Can shock, burn, or operation, the grease will be flushed out through the
cause death. Disconnect power to pump before packing by the water flowing outward through the
servicing. stuffing box. Proceed with normal adjustment of the
Do not attempt any wiring changes without first packing as described on Page 18. Note that the grease
disconnecting power to pump. seal only is used for control of air leaking during
priming, and that only the packing gland is used to
PRIMING: control flow of water through the stuffing box during
normal operation.
Pump priming is the displacement of air with water in
the pump and suction piping. Pump MUST BE When necessary to replenish the grease supply use an
completely filled with water when operating. NLGI no. 4 Water Pump Grease.
Refer to Page 17 for instruction on the following
conditions:
STARTING:
NOTICE: Never run pump dry. Running pump without
1. Suction lift with priming pump (water source
water will overheat pump and damage internal parts.
below pump).
Always make sure pump is primed prior to start-up.
2. Suction lift with foot valve (water source below
pump). NOTICE: Refer to maintenance section if pump has
3. Flooded suction (water source above pump, or packing for adjustment prior to start-up.
incoming water pressure is greater than Prime pump by one of the above procedures. Turn on
atmospheric pressure). power to pump. Slowly open discharge valve until
SPECIAL CASE - HYDRAULIC BALANCED PUMPS: desired flow rate is achieved. Place the Hand-Off-Auto
Hydraulic balanced pumps operate with a very low selector switch in the Auto position. The pump will be
positive pressure across the stuffing box, permitting a started automatically when the pilot device signals the
much looser fit of the packing rings around the shaft motor starter.
sleeve to control the loss of water from the pump
through the stuffing box. Because of the looser fit of STOPPING:
the packing rings, air can be more easily drawn into the Pump will stop automatically when the pilot device de-
pump through the stuffing box when priming the pump energizes the motor starter. Turn the Hand-Off-Auto
with an air evacuation type primer. selector switch to Off position if you want to stop the
A grease fitting, communicating through the side of the pump while it is running.
stuffing box to a lantern ring in the packing set, is
provided to grease-seal the stuffing box to prevent air
leakage during priming.

F00637 Page 15
Start-up
Determine Pump Rotation

on Count
tati er-
ro C

loc
wis

kw
Clock
12 12

ise
9 3 9 3

Viewed from Viewed from


this direction 6 6 this direction

As viewed As viewed

Engage start switch momentarily


(bump driver) to observe rotational
direction.

4095 1101
Pump with a Pump with a
Clockwise Counter-Clockwise
Rotation Rotation

Electric Motors: Engine Driven:

Single Phase: Refer to wiring information on the If engine is used for pump driver, check with engine
motor plate to obtain proper rotation. instruction and operation manual or engine man-
ufacturer to determine how rotation is defined, then
Three Phase: If pump runs backwards, reverse any use above illustration for proper connection.
two leads coming off incoming power (L1, L2, L3)
until proper rotation is obtained. Reverse L1 and L2,
or L2 and L3, or L1 and L3.

Pump running backward - Centrifugal pumps will still


pump liquids, however, GPM and head will be a
fraction of the published performance.

Page 16 F00637
Start-up
Pump Priming

Han-Dee
Primer

Primer Isolation
Valve
Discharge
Priming
Valve

Suction to
Water Source

Installations With Flooded Suction. Installations With Suction Lift and Priming Pump.

Open air vent (or pipe plug) in the highest tapped Close air tight valve.
opening in pump case.
Han-Dee Primer operation:
Open inlet isolation valve, allowing water to fill the
pump completely and force all air out through vent. 1. Open Han-Dee Primer isolation valve.
2. Work handle of Han-Dee primer up and down to
Rotate shaft slowly allowing any air trapped in evacuate air from the suction line.
impeller to escape. (Refer to primer owners manual for proper
procedure).
Close vent opening when water without air emerges.
3. When water flows freely from primer, close Han-
Dee Primer isolation valve.
Installations With Suction Lift and Foot Valve. (Pump case should now be filled with water).
Close air tight valve on discharge. Immediately start pump.

Remove pipe plug from highest opening on pump Slowly open discharge valve (if used) until desired
case. flow is achieved.
(Discharge Priming Valve will open automatically).
Completely fill pump and suction piping with water.

Rotate shaft slowly allowing any air trapped in


impeller to escape.

When all air has been forced out of pump, replace


pipe plug. Use pipe joint compound on plug threads
and tighten as necessary to prevent leakage.

F00637 Page 17
Maintenance
General Information

LUBRICATION: through it, and will normally be at the temperature of


LIQUID END of pump requires no lubrication. Wear the water being pumped.
rings, packing rings, and models using a mechanical STUFFING BOX: After a short period of operation,
shaft seal, are lubricated by the liquid being pumped. Do verify that the stuffing box area and gland are not hot.
not run dry! If heating is detected, loosen the gland nuts evenly
BEARING FRAME - add approximately 2 ounces of a until water is just running out of stuffing box in a
lithium-based NGLI No. 2 extra pressure ball bearing DROPLET form (approximately 40-60 drops per
grease to each bearing during quarterly inspection. minute). Water must not be streaming or spraying out.
Verify cool operation periodically. Adjust gland nuts
NOTE: Excess grease will cause bearings to run hot. EVENLY as necessary for lubrication and cooling of
The following are factory approved brands of grease for the packing. If packing has been tightened to the limit
use with Berkeley Pumps: Alvania EP2, Shell Oil; of the packing gland travel, additional packing is
Mobilith AW2, Mobil Oil, Ronex MP, Exxon, Litholine necessary.
EP2, Atlantic Richfield; and Amolith EP2, Amoco.
PACKING: Starting new pump.
NOTE: Grease fitting in packing area is for priming only.
Before starting pump for the first time, loosen gland nuts
See PRIMING in start-up section for instruction.
and retighten finger tight. Proceed with pump start-up
ELECTRIC MOTOR: Refer to motor manufacturers procedure. Allow packing to leak liberally for a few
operating manual for complete instruction. moments. Then tighten gland nuts one complete turn
GAS/DIESEL ENGINE: Refer to engine manufacturers each until leakage is reduced to 40 to 60 drops per
operating manual for complete instruction. minute.

PERFORMANCE CHECK: REPACKING:


Periodically check the output of the pump. If perform- Refer to illustrations on Page 19.
ance is noticeably reduced, refer to Troubleshooting MECHANICAL SEAL:
Chart.
Adjustment or maintenance is normally not required.
OBSERVATIONAL MAINTENANCE: The seal is enclosed within the pump and is self
When the pump and system operation have been adjusting. Seal is cooled and lubricated by the liquid
stabilized, verify that pump unit is operating properly. being pumped. Consult factory for proper replacement
Observe the following: procedure.

VIBRATION: All rotating machines can be expected to PUMP PROTECTION-


produce some vibration, however, excessive vibration COLD WEATHER/
can reduce the life of the unit. If the vibration seems WET WEATHER INSTALLATIONS:
excessive, discontinue operation, determine cause of SYSTEM DRAINS: Provide drain valves to empty
the excessive vibration, and correct. system, including pump case, to prevent freezing
NOISE: When the unit is operating under load, listen damage.
closely for unusual sounds that might indicate that the SHELTER: If possible, provide shelter for unit to protect
unit is in distress. Determine the cause and correct. from weather. Allow adequate space around pump unit
OPERATING TEMPERATURE: During operation, heat for service. When effectively sheltered, a small amount
is dissipated from the pump and the driver. After a of heat will keep temperature above freezing. Provide
short period of time, the surface of the pump bracket adequate ventilation for unit when running. For severe
will be quite warm (as high as 150F), which is normal. weather problems, where other shelter is not practical, a
If the surface temperature of the pump bracket or totally enclosed fan-cooled enclosure can be considered
driver is excessive, discontinue operation, determine for electric motors.
cause of the excessive temperature rise, and correct. CONDENSATION: When the temperature of metal parts
Bearings will run hotter for a brief run-in period after is below dew point and the surrounding air is moist,
packing which is normal. However, worn bearings will water will condense on the metal surfaces and can
cause excessive temperatures and need to be cause corrosion damage. In severe situations, a space
replaced. The pump unit is cooled by the water flowing heater can be considered to warm the unit.

Page 18 F00637
Maintenance
Packing Ring Replacement
Removal
See Page 21 for Seal Replacement.

Pump liquid end removed


for pictorial clarity only.

Packing Packing
Hooks Packing
Gland Ring

Shaft

Shaft

2
1 1 2 4102 1101

Unfasten hardware holding packing gland in place and slide Slide lantern ring (if used) back to expose any remaining
back on shaft to expose packing rings. A split packing gland rings, including metallic. Remove them in the same manner.
with threaded studs is shown.
Remove packing rings from stuffing box using two com-
mercially available packing hooks as shown.
Installing New Rings

Packing
Pump liquid end and packing Gland
insert removed for pictorial
clarity only. Remove packing Stagger ring
gland and packing rings through joints 90 degrees Pump liquid end removed
Packing apart.
frame cutout. Rings for pictorial clarity only.
Remove packing gland and
packing rings through frame
cutout.

H8
06

Shaft
Lantern Ring
(stays on shaft)
Metallic
Ring

Typical Packing
Arrangement
4103 1101

Clean shaft sleeve and packing gland. Slide packing gland into position (gland must enter stuffing
Inspect shaft sleeve for wear, replace if needed. box bore) then gently and evenly tighten nuts to force rings
into place and seat (do not over tighten). Loosen nuts again
Install new packing rings in stuffing box by placing over to hand tight.
shaft sleeve and pushing them in as far as they will go.
Start primed pump and allow packing to leak liberally.
Rotate ring joint 90 degrees when installing each ring as
shown. While pump is running, evenly tighten gland nuts one
complete turn at a time until leakage is reduced to droplet
form (40 to 60 drops per minute).

F00637 Page 19
Maintenance
Impeller Replacement

H8
06

H8
06

Clockwise Rotation
Volutes shown.

4097 1101
4098 1101

1. Remove the volute and the old gasket(s) and O-Ring(s). NOTE: Certain models, such as the B4EY, have a suction
Discard the gaskets and O-rings. cover which is removed first to gain access to the impeller.
Check the clearance between the impeller hub and the On these models, remove the access cover, then remove
volute wear ring. If it is more than .020 on a side, the impeller (see below), and then remove the seal from
replace the wear ring. the volute.

Clockwise rotation as viewed


from shaft end.
Right Hand Thread

Gear Puller Impeller will be


Fingers behind extremely tight
Impeller Vanes on shaft.
Key H8
06

Note:
A hexnut placed between the Hold engine shaft
RE M

jackscrew and shaft end will stationary, being


prevent damage to the shaft Gear Puller careful not to OV
and impeller screw threads. Jackscrew damage shaft. E
4099 1101

2. Remove the impeller: B. Unscrew threaded impellers.


A. Pull keyed impellers off the shaft with a standard gear NOTE: Pumps with clockwise rotation as viewed from the
puller against the end of the shaft and pulling on the shaft (engine) end have a right-hand threaded impeller.
impeller. Pumps with counterclockwise rotation as viewed from the
NOTE: Place the pullers fingers against the vanes in the shaft (engine) end have a left-hand threaded impeller. The
impeller. Pulling on the impellers unsupported back shroud impeller cap screw is always right-hand thread.
could easily break the impeller.

Page 20 F00637
Maintenance
Shaft Maintenance/Replacement

1 B4EY Series
Seal Change
Sequence

A
3

B
Use jacking screws
2 if necessary to
start seal

4
Remove seal
insert

C
4100 1101

3. If your pump has a bolted in balance ring, remove it; if it 9. After lubricating the rotating part of the seal, slide it onto
has a pressed in balance ring, leave it in place unless the shaft and sleeve until it seats against the stationary
there isnt room to get the seal out past it. If it doesnt (ceramic) part.
have a balance ring, go to Step 4. 10. Compress the seal spring on the shaft sleeve and
Check the clearance between the balance ring and reinstall the seal retaining ring (if used).
the impeller hub. If it is more than .020 on a side, 11. Reinstall the balance ring (if used).
replace the balance ring.
12. Slide or thread the impeller onto the shaft until it seats
4. Remove the seal retaining ring and pull the rotating part solidly against the shaft shoulder, then install a new
of the seal off the shaft. You may need to use two bolts impeller screw with its associated hardware.
as jacking screws on the seal insert (Z Series) to start the
seal on the shaft sleeve (see picture above). 13. Replace the volute. Use new gasket(s) and O-Ring(s).

Model B4EYRMBM(S) and similar pumps: See the special B4EYRMBM(S) and similar pumps (See Picture Above):
section on this page. Others: go to Step 5. After STEP 4, you will need to:
5. Z Series: Pull the seal insert out (use jacking screws if A. Remove the bracket from the engine.
necessary) until it clears the shaft, bringing the stationary B. Remove the outer bearing cap and slide the shaft
part of the seal out with it. Tap the seal out of the insert assembly back out of the bracket.
and clean the seal cavity.
C. Remove the seal retainer and tap out the stationary seal.
Other Pumps: Pull the stationary part of the seal out of
D. Clean the seal retainer and shaft (dont scratch the
the cavity and clean the cavity.
shaft!).
6. Install the new stationary seal in the seal cavity.
E. Apply a small amount of mineral oil to the O-Ring or cup
Apply a small amount of mineral oil to the O-Ring or seat of the stationary seal, to the inside diameter of the
cup seat of the stationary seal. rubber ring in the rotating seal, and to the outside of the
Use the cardboard washer (supplied) and a piece of shaft sleeve.
pipe as a press; press the stationary seal into place. F. Use the cardboard washer (supplied) and a piece of pipe
Do not damage the seal face! to press the stationary seal into place.
7. Reinstall the shaft sleeve (if used) now. G. Inspect the oil seal and replace it if necessary.
Cover all shaft threads with tape to protect the seal H. Repack the bearings and reinstall the shaft in the bracket.
during installation. NOTE: When the end of the shaft comes through the
Apply a small amount of mineral oil to the inside front bearing bore in the bracket, slip the slinger and seal
diameter of the rubber ring in the rotating seal and to retainer over the end of the shaft. BE SURE you dont
the outside of the shaft sleeve. damage the seal face on the shaft shoulder!
8. Reinstall the Seal Insert now, taking care to avoid J. Reinstall the outer bearing cap with a new gasket and
damage to the stationary part of the shaft seal as it goes proceed to STEP 7 (Reinstall the shaft sleeve....)
over the shaft shoulder.

F00637 Page 21
Maintenance
Shaft Maintenance/Replacement

Make sure bearings are clean;


pack with grease as shown.

Outer Bearing Cap


with Grease Seal

Bearing Frame Lantern


Outer (Bracket) Ring
Bearing
Cap
Water
Slinger

Inner
Bearing
Cap Slinger
Oil Seal
Procedureand
Procedure and parts
parts may
mayvary slightly
vary
depending on pump model. 4104 1101
slightly depending on pump model. Lantern
Ring

Remove volute to expose impeller. SHAFT INSTALLATION


Peel off old volute gasket (or O-Ring) and discard. Thoroughly steam clean or solvent wash the bearing cavity
NOTE: Certain models such as the B4EY, are constructed of bracket to remove old grease and dirt. Check surface of
with a suction cover which is removed first to access impeller. bracket for cracks, extreme corrosion, or other defects.
Pack bearings with a lithium-based NLGI No. 2 extra
GENERAL pressure ball bearing grease. Force enough grease into
Shaft assembly of bearing frame pumps should be each bearing to fill internal space between the races.
periodically (annually minimum) torn down for inspection of Coat the bearing bores of bracket with oil. Orient shaft
worn parts, cleaning, and re-greasing. Most importantly, to assembly in the direction shown above. Slide shaft and
check shaft sleeve and bearings for pitting. Replace worn bearing assembly into bearing bracket. Do not force them!
components as necessary. Parts may be ordered sepa- When end of pump shaft comes through inside opening of
rately as required, or for some models, shaft kits are bearing cavity, place oil seal, water slinger, and lantern ring
available that are completely assembled and ready for over end of shaft. If packing gland or seal retainer is not of
installation. the split variety, place it over the shaft at this time as well.
Slide shaft on through stuffing box until the first bearing
PUMP DISASSEMBLY makes contact with the bracket. Carefully align bearing with
Remove packing gland and packing arrangement as the bearing bore and press or tap bearing assembly into
described in Page 19. place. Do not use excessive force.
Remove pump volute and impeller as described on Pages NOTE: Be sure bearing bores and bracket area are clean and
20 and 21. free of contamination or early bearing failure may occur.
Remove outer bearing cap and slide shaft assembly from Reinstall outer bearing cap and oil seal.
bearing bracket. Rotate pump by hand, 10-12 rotations.
Clean and inspect all components. Reassemble pump parts and reinstall unit to piping system.
Refer to Installation section in this manual for correct
procedure.

Page 22 F00637
Maintenance
General Pump Care

ROUTINE MAINTENANCE WINTERIZING


A well maintained pumping system will extend the life of If pump is to be out of service for an extended period of
the unit and will require fewer repairs. This means less time, such as the winter months, the following storage
down time which can be very critical when a constant procedures should be followed.
delivery of water is required. Remove exterior dirt and grime or any substance that
A routine maintenance and inspection schedule should may trap moisture. Exposed metal is subject to
be set up on a weekly, quarterly, and annual basis with oxidation, prime and repaint if necessary. If this is not
records kept of these actions. For weekly checks see possible, coat with grease or heavy oil.
observational maintenance on Page 18. For quarterly
and annual maintenance, refer to check list on the Flush suction and discharge lines. Check for leaks at
following page. Copy page as necessary for continual this time and replace any worn gaskets.
usage. Remove lowest plug in pump and drain pump casing
and suction and discharge lines.
RECOMMENDED SPARE PARTS
Lubricate bearings.
It is recommended that the following spare parts be kept
on-site as a minimum back-up to service your pump and If possible, keep unit clean and dry during storage
reduce down-time. Check your model/style against parts period to guard against corrosion.
breakdown drawing on Page 25 when selecting spares.
Seal all open ports to keep out foreign objects such
Mechanical Shaft Seal
as insects, rodents, dust and dirt.
Packing Set and Packing Hooks
Rotate driver shaft periodically to prevent freeze-up of
Shaft Sleeve(s) internal components.

All Gaskets and O-Rings Required for One Pump Shelter unit from elements if possible.

Impeller Wear Ring Work oil into impeller wear ring by dripping oil into the
gap while rotating by hand.
Retaining Rings

If having a pump non-operational has severe con- SPRING START-UP


sequences, a back-up pump should be considered. Inject sufficient grease into the bearings to displace
Otherwise, a back-up impeller, volute case, bearings old grease.
and shaft, would be prudent.
Visual inspection.

Rotate by hand, if any binding occurs, disassemble


and inspect.

F00637 Page 23
Maintenance
Routine Inspection
Record

I. QUARTERLY INSPECTION III. QUARTERLY INSPECTION


Inspect all system piping connections for leakage Inspect all system piping connections for leakage
or possible misalignment. or possible misalignment.
Check pump foundation for soundness and see Check pump foundation for soundness and see
that all hold-down bolts are secure. that all hold-down bolts are secure.
Complete any lubrication requirements as dictated Complete any lubrication requirements as dictated
by pump and driver owners manual. by pump and driver owners manual.
Inspect packing or mechanical seal for possible Inspect packing or mechanical seal for possible
replacement. Examine shaft sleeve, if present, for replacement. Examine shaft sleeve, if present, for
wear and replace if necessary. wear and replace if necessary.
Inspect pumping plant panel for signs of wear (ie: Inspect pumping plant panel for signs of wear (ie:
replace pitted contactors, etc., as needed). replace pitted contactors, etc., as needed).
Check pump and motor bearings from signs of Check pump and motor bearings from signs of
wear. Repack or replace as necessary. wear. Repack or replace as necessary.
Check alignment of couplings and/or pulleys and Check alignment of couplings and/or pulleys and
belt tension if applicable. belt tension if applicable.

________________________________________ ________________________________________

II. QUARTERLY INSPECTION IV. QUARTERLY INSPECTION


Inspect all system piping connections for leakage
Inspect all system piping connections for leakage
or possible misalignment.
or possible misalignment.
Check pump foundation for soundness and see
Check pump foundation for soundness and see
that all hold-down bolts are secure.
that all hold-down bolts are secure.
Complete any lubrication requirements as dictated
Complete any lubrication requirements as dictated
by pump and driver owners manual.
by pump and driver owners manual.
Inspect packing or mechanical seal for possible
Inspect packing or mechanical seal for possible
replacement. Examine shaft sleeve, if present, for
replacement. Examine shaft sleeve, if present, for
wear and replace if necessary.
wear and replace if necessary.
Inspect pumping plant panel for signs of wear (ie:
Inspect pumping plant panel for signs of wear (ie:
replace pitted contactors, etc., as needed).
replace pitted contactors, etc., as needed).
Check pump and motor bearings from signs of
Check pump and motor bearings from signs of
wear. Repack or replace as necessary.
wear. Repack or replace as necessary.
Check alignment of couplings and/or pulleys and
Check alignment of couplings and/or pulleys and
belt tension if applicable.
belt tension if applicable.
________________________________________
________________________________________
ANNUAL INSPECTION
NOTES: Inspect pump and entire pumping system for signs
of wear.

Inspect system valves, screens, etc.


If electric motor is used, check windings for degred-
ation, rewind if necessary.

Check pump impeller eye for clearance.


Inspect impeller, volute case, and seal chamber for
signs of excessive wear or corrosion.

Page 24 F00637
Pump Nomenclature
General Information

ORDERING REPLACEMENT PARTS: Illustration on the following page show typical com-
ponents used in the assembly of bearing frame mounted
Locate the Berkeley nameplate on the pump, plate is
centrifugal pumps. Refer to this drawing when ordering
normally on the bearing bracket. Information found on
any replacement parts.
this plate is shown below. To be sure of receiving correct
parts, provide all nameplate data when ordering. The
BM (Bill of Material) number is most important. Write
your nameplate information on the blank nameplate
below for future reference as nameplates can become
worn or lost.

SAMPLE ONLY
BERKELEY PUMPS
MODEL S.N. OR DATE
B3ZRM
B3TPMS G123094
G100894
IMPELLER DIA. B.M.

9.00
6-1/8" B66161
B54598

788 0394

BERKELEY PUMPS
MODEL S.N. OR DATE

IMPELLER DIA. B.M.

344 1093

Record your nameplate data here.

F00637 Page 25
Pump Nomenclature
Bearing Frame Mount
Parts Breakdown

Bearing
Cap
Grease
Seal
Retaining
Ring Thrust
Ring
L

Bearing Frame Sealed Pump


(Bracket) L Bearing Shaft

Gasket Sealed
Bearing
Grease
Seal
Shaft
Sleeve
Slinger Seal
Housing

Mechanical
Seal Impeller
Shakeproof
Lockwasher

Volute
Gasket
Interchangeable
Packing
Gland
Packing
Rings Impeller
Lantern Washer
Ring
Impeller
Capscrew

Metallic Wear
Ring Ring
Packing
Housing
Use only water soluble Volute
grease in this fitting. L Case

Drawing is representative of a typical bearing frame


pump, parts on some models may vary slightly.

Frame mount pumps equipped with a mechanical


seal use the same standard components as the
packing style except as shown in supplemental view.

Page 26 F00637
Pump Nomenclature
Bearing Frame Mount
Parts Breakdown

Retaining
Ring
Thrust
Ring
Truarc

Double row
Bearing
Single row
Bearing
Inner
Bearing
Cap Slinger

Packing
Gland
Outer Packing
Bearing Rings
Cap Packing Lantern
Grease Cup Ring
or Fitting Metallic
Ring
Shaft
Sleeve

Balance
Ring
Gasket Pump
H8 Balance Shaft
06 Ring
772 0394

Impeller
Shakeproof
Lockwasher
Bracket
(Bearing Frame)
Wear
Ring

Impeller
Washer
Impeller
Capscrew

Seal Retainer
Volute
Gasket

Volute
Case

O-Ring
or Gasket Drawing is representative of a typical bearing frame
Mechanical pump, parts on some models may vary slightly.
Seal
Frame mount pumps equipped with a mechanical
seal use the same standard components as the
packing style except as shown in supplemental view.
Pump
Shaft

F00637 Page 27
Maintenance
Troubleshooting
Electrical Drive Pumps

PROBABLE CAUSE
SYMPTOM GROUP I GROUP II GROUP III
ELECTRICAL MECHANICAL SYSTEM
A B C D E F G H I A B C D E F A B C
Pump runs, but no water delivered X X X X
Not enough water delivered X X X X X X X X
Not enough pressure X X X X X X X X
Excessive vibration X X X X X X
Abnormal noise X X X X X X X
Pump stops X X X X X X X X
Overheating X X X X X X X X X

CAUSE CORRECTIVE ACTION


I. ELECTRICAL
A. No voltage in power system Check phase-to-phase on line side of starter contactor.
Check circuit breaker or fuses.
B. No voltage on one phase Check phase voltage on line side of starter contactor. Isolate open circuit
(Three Phase Units) (circuit breaker, fuse, broken connections, etc.)
C. Low voltage at motor Running voltage across each leg of motor must be 10% of nominal
voltage shown on nameplate.
D. Motor leads improperly grouped Refer to lead grouping diagram on motor nameplate.
for voltage
E. Control failure Check control device, starter contactor, H-O-A selector switch, etc.,
for malfunction.
F. Thermal overload switch open Check phase-to-phase on line side of starter contactor.
G. Installation failure Check motor or windings to ground with megohmmeter.
H. Open windings Check leg-to-leg with ohmmeter.
I. Frequency variation Check frequency of power system. Must be less than 5% variation from
motor nameplate rating.
II. MECHANICAL
A. Flow through pump completely or Locate and remove obstruction. Refer to Repair Instructions
partially obstructed for disassembly.
B. Wrong direction of rotation Reverse rotation of three phase motor by interchanging any two leads.
See manufacturers Instructions for reversing single phase motor.
C. Pump not primed Reprime. Inspect suction system for air leaks.
D. Internal leakage Check impeller for wear of controlled clearances (See Repair Instructions).
E. Loose parts Inspect. Repair.
F. Stuffing box not properly adjusted Adjust gland.
III. SYSTEM
A. Pressure required by system at design Compare pump pressure and flow rate against pump characteristic curve.
flow rate exceeds pressure rating of pump Check for closed or partially closed valve in discharge piping system.
Reduce system pressure requirement. Increase pressure capability of pump.
B. Obstruction in suction piping Locate and remove obstruction.
C. Pressure rating of pump exceeds pressure Compare pump pressure and flow rate against pump characteristic curve.
requirement of system at design flow rate Inspect discharge piping system for breaks, leaks, open by-pass valves, etc.
If necessary, reduce flow rate by partially closing discharge valve.

Page 28 F00637
Maintenance
Troubleshooting
Engine Drive Pumps

PROBABLE CAUSE
SYMPTOM GROUP I GROUP II GROUP III
ENGINE MECHANICAL SYSTEM
A B C D E F A B C D E F A B C
Pump runs, but no water delivered X X X X X
Not enough water delivered X X X X X X X
Not enough pressure X X X X X X X
Excessive vibration X X X X X X X X
Abnormal noise X X X X X X X X X X
Pump stops X X X X
Overheating X X X X X X X X X

CAUSE CORRECTIVE ACTION


I. ENGINE
A. Speed too low Refer to engine manufacturers manual.
B. Rotating and/or Refer to engine manufacturers manual.
reciprocating parts drag
C. Speed too high Refer to pump and engine power curves. Adjust.
D. Loose or broken parts Refer to engine manufacturers manual.
E. Improper adjustment Check fuel and ignition systems. Adjust per engine manufacturers manual.
F. Fuel supply Check fuel supply, fuel pump, filters, etc.
II. MECHANICAL
A. Flow through pump completely or Locate and remove obstruction. Refer to Repair Instructions
partially obstructed for disassembly.
B. Wrong direction of rotation Reverse rotation of three phase motor by interchanging any two leads.
See manufacturers Instructions for reversing single phase motor.
C. Pump not primed Reprime. Inspect suction system for air leaks.
D. Internal leakage Check impeller for wear of controlled clearances (See Repair Instructions).
E. Loose parts Inspect. Repair.
F. Stuffing box not properly adjusted Adjust gland.
III. SYSTEM
A. Pressure required by system at design Compare pump pressure and flow rate against pump characteristic curve.
flow rate exceeds pressure rating of pump Check for closed or partially closed valve in discharge piping system.
Reduce system pressure requirement. Increase pressure capability of pump.
B. Obstruction in suction piping Locate and remove obstruction.
C. Pressure rating of pump exceeds pressure Compare pump pressure and flow rate against pump characteristic curve.
requirement of system at design flow rate Inspect discharge piping system for breaks, leaks, open by-pass valves, etc.
If necessary, reduce flow rate by partially closing discharge valve.

F00637 Page 29
Berkeley
Warranty

Berkeley/Wicor Canada, Inc. (Wicor) warrants to the original consumer purchaser (Purchaser) of its
products that they are free from defects in material or workmanship.
If within twelve (12) months from the date of installation or twenty-four (24) months from the date of
manufacture any such product shall prove to be defective, it shall be repaired or replaced at
Berkeleys/Wicors option, subject to the terms and conditions set forth below.
General Terms and Conditions
Purchaser must pay all labor and shipping charges necessary to replace product covered by this
warranty. This warranty shall not apply to products which, in the sole judgement of Berkeley/Wicor, have
been subject to negligence, abuse, accident, misapplication, tampering, alteration; nor due to improper
installation, operation, maintenance or storage; nor to other than normal application, use or service,
including but not limited to, operational failures caused by corrosion, rust or other foreign materials in the
system, or operation at pressures in excess of recommended maximums.
Requests for service under this warranty shall be made by contacting the installing Berkeley/Wicor dealer
as soon as possible after the discovery of any alleged defect. Berkeley/Wicor will subsequently take
corrective action as promptly as reasonably possible. No requests for service under this warranty will be
accepted if received more than 30 days after the term of the warranty.
The warranty on all three phase submersible motors is void if three-leg overload protection of
recommended size is not used.
This warranty sets forth Berkeleys/Wicors sole obligation and purchasers exclusive remedy for defective
products.
BERKELEY/WICOR SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR
CONTINGENT DAMAGES WHATSOEVER.
THE FOREGOING WARRANTIES ARE EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER EXPRESS
WARRANTIES. IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, SHALL NOT
EXTEND BEYOND THE DURATION OF THE APPLICABLE EXPRESS WARRANTIES PROVIDED
HEREIN.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages or limitations
on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. This
warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.

In the U.S.: Berkeley, 293 Wright St., Delavan, WI 53115


In Canada: Wicor Canada, Inc., 4544 Fieldgate Parkway, Mississauga, Ontario L4W 3W6

F00637 Page 31
R

HYDRAULIC GEAR PUMPS AND MOTORS


'ME' Series
SINGLE MOTOR
BI-DIRECTIONAL

Performance
Data

MIN. MAX. MAXIMUM IN/LB. TORQUE


DISPLACEMENT/REVOLUTION HP @
MODEL (THEORETICAL) PRESSURE @ 2500 PSI 2500 RPM
RPM RPM
SIZE U.S. GALLONS CUBIC INCHES CUBIC CENT. PSI BAR START RUN 2500 PSI
ME30 .0258 5.98 98.0 600 2500 2500 176 1520 2181 74
ME35 .0300 6.93 113.5 600 2500 2500 176 1800 2561 90
ME40 .0342 7.90 129.4 600 2500 2500 176 2050 2940 105
ME45 .0386 8.92 146.2 600 2500 2500 176 2350 3320 124
ME50 .0427 9.86 161.6 600 2500 2500 176 2950 3600 132
ME55 .0470 10.86 178.0 600 2500 2500 176 3500 4000 150
ME66 .0570 13.17 215.9 600 2500 2500 176 4400 4900 170
ME77 .0658 15.20 249.2 600 2500 2500 176 4550 5500 200

CAST IRON THROUGHOUT VARIOUS SHAFT, FLANGE AND PORT OPTIONS


PRESSURES TO 4000 PSI PRECISION GEARS MACHINED FROM SOLID BAR STOCK
FLOWS TO 164 GPM COMPATIBLE WITH MOST FIRE RESISTANT FLUIDS
HEAVY DUTY SLEEVE TYPE BEARINGS CONTAMINANT RESISTANT
DOUBLE VITON R SHAFT SEALS STANDARD COMPUTER DESIGNED AND MANUFACTURED
PRESSURE COMPENSATED THRUST PLATES QUALITY CERTIFIED
DESIGNED FOR HEAVY DUTY APPLICATIONS FLEXIBLE DESIGN FOR NEW OR OEM REPLACEMENTS
SINGLE AND MULTI-STAGE CONFIGURATIONS SERVICE SUPPORTED BY DEDICATION AND INVENTORY

P. O. BOX 2160, 1506 FULTON DR.


CORINTH, MISSISSIPPI 38835
Phone: 662/286-2252 Fax: 662/287-6580 E-mail: haisales@geartek.com Http: www.geartek.com
SHAFTS AVAILABLE
1 2 1 1/4" STRAIGHT
1 1/4"-14 TOOTH SPLINE
TORQUE LIMIT 650 FT.-LBS.
5 TORQUE LIMIT 650 FT.-LBS.
SPLINE DATE
DIAMETRAL PITCH 12/24 E55, E66, E77 & E95 ONLY
PRESSURE ANGLE 30
NO. OF TEETH 14
MINOR DIA. 1.062-1.050 5/16"x5/16"x1 1/2" KEY
1.65
DIA.

DIA.
FULL SPLINE
1.229
1.223

1.250
1.248
FLG. MTG. 2.19 - NO. 2 FLG. MTG.
2.19 4.06 - NO. 5
SURFACE SURFACE

STANDARD SAE 4-BOLT CONNECTOR PORTS


SAE 4-BOLT CONN. PORTS
D
C G SIZE INLET SIZE OUTLET SIZE
ME30 2" 2"
ME35 2" 2"
ME40 2" 2"
ME45 2" 2"
ME50 2" 2"
ME55 2" 2"
E

ME66 2" 2"


ME77 2" 2"
F

4-BOLT CONNECTOR CHART


SIZE C D E F G
2" .84 1.688 1.53 3.062 1/2-13NC

UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED, ALL LINEAR DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES.


FLANGES AVAILABLE
C SAE 2X4 BOLT 'C' FLANGE
7.125
3.562
4.506
2.253

9/16" DIA.
4 HOLES

11/16" DIA.
2 HOLES
2.253

PILOT DIA.
4.506

5.000
4.998
5.75
8.36

DIMENSIONAL DATA
MOUNTING BRACE HOLES
OVERALL
1/2-13NC
3.00 + B
DEPTH 1.00
B 2 PLACES
8.75 .06 D
1.500
4.38 R3.12 C A .75
.50
.43

.62
.25
CL OF BODY

VIEW A-A
5.31
2.50
4.00

ALL MODELS
F

EXCEPT ME95 SIZE


1.25

OPTIONAL: G
SEE SHAFTS

UNLESS HIGH PRESSURE SEAL IS


OPTIONAL: 3.00 USED - TAIL DRAIN MUST BE USED
SEE FLANGES FLG. LG. A
R3.12 IF BACK PRESSURE EXCEEDS
INLET FOR 'R' ROTATION 100 PSI ON MOTOR - 3/4-16UNF-2B
OUTLET FOR 'L' ROTATION ON CENTERLINE OF MOTOR
VIEWED FROM DRIVE END NO. 8 PORT

FOR METRIC DIMENSIONS


MULTIPLY 25.4 X IN. = mm MODEL EXAMPLE
MOUNTING DIMENSIONS ME X 30 - 1 C
SIZE A B
ME30 1.75 4.92
ME35 1.92 5.10 SERIES FLANGE
ME40 2.09 5.27 SHAFT
OPTIONAL: SPECIFY
ME45 2.28 5.46 CODE 'H' THIS AREA FOR SIZE
ME50 2.45 5.63 HIGH PRESSURE SEAL
ME55 2.63 5.81 OTHERWISE: LEAVE BLANK
ME66 3.05 6.23
ME77 3.42 6.60 X THE OPTIONAL HIGH PRESSURE SEAL MAY BE USED WHEN DRAIN LINES ARE NOT PRACTICAL.
ME95 FOR SYSTEMS TOLERATING A DRAIN LINE, ELIMINATE THE 'H' FROM THE MODEL CODE.
3.00 7.27
REVISED: APRIL 22, 2003 UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED, ALL LINEAR DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES.
GEARTEK ME30 MOTOR PERFORMANCE
SAE 10W oil @ 150 degrees F (Typical)
120

100 3000

2500

PRESSURE, (PSI)
80

HORSEPOWER
2000
60

1500

40

1000

20
500

0
600 900 1200 1500 1800 2100 2400
RPM
GEARTEK ME35 MOTOR PERFORMANCE
SAE 10W oil @ 150 degrees F (Typical)
120 3000

100 2500

PRESSURE, (PSI)
80
HORSEPOWER

2000

60
1500

40
1000

20
500

0
600 900 1200 1500 1800 2100 2400
RPM
GEARTEK ME40 MOTOR PERFORMANCE
SAE 10W oil @ 150 degrees F (Typical)
140
3000

120
2500

100

2000
PRESSURE, (PSI)

80
HORSEPOWER

1500
60

1000
40

20 500

0
600 900 1200 1500 1800 2100 2400
RPM
GEARTEK ME45 MOTOR PERFORMANCE
SAE 10W oil @ 150 degrees F (Typical)
160
3000
140
2500

PRESSURE, (PSI)
120
HORSEPOWER

100 2000

80
1500
60
1000
40

20 500

0
600 900 1200 1500 1800 2100 2400
RPM
GEARTEK ME50 MOTOR PERFORMANCE
SAE 10W oil @ 150 degrees F (Typical)
180
3000
160

PRESSURE, (PSI)
140 2500
HORSEPOWER

120
2000
100

80 1500

60
1000
40
500
20

0
600 900 1200 1500 1800 2100 2400
RPM
GEARTEK ME55 MOTOR PERFORMANCE
SAE 10W oil @ 150 degrees F (Typical)
200
3000
180

160 2500
PRESSURE, (PSI)

140
HORSEPOWER

2000
120

100
1500
80

60 1000

40
500
20

0
600 900 1200 1500 1800 2100 2400
RPM
GEARTEK ME66 MOTOR PERFORMANCE
SAE 10W oil @ 150 degrees F (Typical)
240
3000
220

200
2500
180

PRESSURE, (PSI)
160
HORSEPOWER

2000
140

120
1500
100

80
1000
60

40
500
20

0
600 900 1200 1500 1800 2100 2400
RPM
GEARTEK ME77 MOTOR PERFORMANCE
SAE 10W oil @ 150 degrees F (Typical)
280
3000
260

240

220 2500

200

PRESSURE, (PSI)
180
HORSEPOWER

2000
160

140
1500
120

100
1000
80

60

40 500

20

0
600 900 1200 1500 1800 2100 2400
RPM

R FLUID POWER PUMPS AND MOTORS


DIVISION OF HYDRAULIC ANALYSIS, INC.
PARTS LIST - ME77-2C
GF PART# 3200HY077

PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION QTY


622464 KEY 1
636177 IDLER GEAR 1
637608 DRIVE GEAR 1
721096 MOUTING FLANGE 1
31-16KH3390 DOWEL 2
622258 WASHER 8
720933 CK BALL RETAINER 2
722012 CK BALL SPRING 2
85-375 CK BALL 2
721075 PRESSURE PLATE TOP 1
721076 PRESSURE PLATE BOTTOM 1
721262 SEAL KIT 1
73D-10-14HG8 CAP SCREW 8
721271 GEAR HOUSING 1
69-5000-200 SNAP RING 1

3200HY077 - ME77-2C
Installation, Operation
& Maintenance Manual

Stang 2.50 DC Monitor


Super Low Pro Relay Style
STL-AB
Model # 925585

1250 Railroad St.


Corona, Ca 92882 USA
www.stangindustrial.com

09/2007

DOC#: 925585om
REV: A 09/06/07
1. Introduction

The Stang 2.50 Super Low Pro DC monitors are highly compact water delivery
cannons with a 2.50 waterway. Available with various inlet options this unit can
be mounted just about anywhere. This unit may be supplied with a control module
that has a joystick and control for an optional fog nozzle.

These monitors have a vertical & horizontal rotation axis. The rotation comes from
either two 12 or 24 VDC motors. There are 4 proximity switches that limit the
angular travel and are pre-set by the factory. Prox switches can be changed by the
customer.

2. General Features

Steel Waterway
Aluminum Nickel Bronze Rotation Swivels
Flow: Up to 1000GPM/ 227 M/H
Operating Pressure: 50-150PSI/ 3.5-10.3BAR
Various Inlet Options
2.50NH Threaded outlet

3. Dash Number Description

The last dash number ( XX ) is the voltage. Example: 925585-31-24 is 24 vdc

Dash # Inlet Type


-1-XX 2.50" Raised Face 150# ANSI Flange
-11-XX 3.00" Raised Face 150# ANSI Flange
-21-XX 2.50" Flat Face 150# ANSI Flange
-31-XX 3.00 Flat Face 150# ANSI Flange
-41-XX 2.50 Male NPT
-51-XX 2.50 Female NPT

4. Installation

**Warning**
Installation should be conducted by qualified personnel only. Improper installation
can be hazardous & deadly to property & life.

a. Flange Connection:
When installing to a flanged connection, make sure the mating flange is the
same size as the flange on the monitor. Use the proper flange gasket to
make a watertight seal. Use a minimum of stainless steel or grade 5 bolts
with galvanized finish. Make sure each hole in flange has been used and the
thread engagement in the nut is 1.5 x bolt diameter. It is advisable to use a

DOC#: 925585om
REV: A 09/06/07
locking mechanism such as lock washers underneath the nuts. Tighten to
proper torque.

b. Flange Connection W/ Butterfly Valve:


Install same as above but use longer bolts and remove the gasket. It is
advisable to use flat face flanges when using a butterfly valve. Tighten to
proper torque.

c. Pipe Connection:
When installing to a pipe connection, make sure the mating end is opposite
of the monitor connection ( male to female ). Use the proper Teflon tape or
pipe dope thread sealant. Tighten to proper torque with a spanner wrench.

d. Electrical Hook-Up:
When using the Stang Control Module, there will be a power input line that
comes from a main power source ( see below) . Once this connection has
been made and the control module has been secured, then the unit is ready
to run.

Be sure to install an inline fuse rated at 3 amps as shown in schematic.

DOC#: 925585om
REV: A 09/06/07
5. Operation

**Warning**
Operation should be conducted by qualified personnel only. Water jet & reaction forces
can be hazardous & deadly to property & life. Use with extreme caution.

1. Make sure all connections to the monitor are tight as per above instructions.
2. Switch on power at the control module.
3. Monitor rotates in the vertical & horizontal axis and stops at the proximity switches.
4. Monitor outlet is not pointed to people or animals.
5. Open water supply valve slowly.
6. Check for leaks.
7. If everything is flowing properly, operate monitor as required.
8. For shutdown close water supply & turn off power.
9. If this unit is mounted on a vehicle, then it is advisable to secure unit with a bungee
cord when not in use. This will eliminate premature wear & tear when the vehicle is
being driven.

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6. Maintenance

a. For swivel maintenance refer to TB-17 at the end of this document.


b. Make sure that proximity switches stay tight and that the sensing gap remains the
same.
c. Make sure hardware stays tight.

7. Long Term Storage

a. Make sure all water is removed from waterway.


b. Swivel is well greased.
c. Outlet/Inlet is closed (to prevent animals or debris from collecting inside).
d. Power is disconnected from the control module.

8. Proximity Switch Adjustment


Signal Wire

This equipment uses inductive proximity switches to limit


Threaded Body
vertical & horizontal travel. These switches send a signal
back to a control panel which in turn cuts power to a Adjustment
motor. Nuts

For both the vertical travel and the horizontal travel,


these sensors are mounted in a plate with adjustment holes. To have greater Sensing Tip
angular travel, place sensors in the required hole. The jam nuts are tightened
together to hold the threaded body in place and the sensing tip at a set distance
from the sensing target.

Sensing distance from tip to target is generally 1-2mm (30-40 mils). Use a
feeler gauge to set distance. Make sure target has a good sensing surface
( no thick paint build up etc.). Do not over tighten jam nuts.

Hard Stop

Target

Angular Travel Angular Travel

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9. Parts Breakdown

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Disclaimer: This advice is given in good faith but not without liability
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Technical Bulletin
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Stang Industrial Products


951-479-9810
www.stangindustrial.com
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Technical Bulletin #: TB-17


Part #: N/A
Description: Swivel Joint Service Instructions
TB Description For the repair & service of Stang swivels
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Parts

1. Pressure Seal
2. Ball Retainer Plug
3. Retaining Ring (For Plug)
4. Dirt Seal
5. Inner Race
6. Steel Balls
7. Grease Zerk
8. Outer Race

Equipment needed

1. Retaining ring pliers (Truarc or equal: #1 internal rings on joints up to 4, and #3 for 6 joints and
larger)
2. Sharp pointed tool (Example: alignment punch or ice pick).
3. Solvent to soften grease in ball races.
4. Cleaning material-rags.
5. Lubricant: All purpose grease, grade #2.
6. New Seals.

Maintenance

1. Lubricate swivel joint through grease zerk (7) after each 24 hours of accumulated use.

Caution: Excessive grease pressure can cause packing displacement and consequent
leakage.

2. Inspect swivel joint at regular intervals for water leakage. If leakage is detected,
replace packing as described in the repair procedure.

TECHNICAL BULLETIN#: TB-17


REV B 04/26/06
AUTHOR: EK
REPAIR

1. Disassembly:
A. With retaining ring pliers, remove the two retaining rings (3).
B. Insert sharp pointed tool into middle of the ball retainer plug (2) and lift at slight
angle. The ball retainer plug has a metal plate on top with a small hole in the middle of
the plate to aid in removal.
C. Rotate swivel joint to allow balls (6) to roll out of races. If grease is thick and heavy,
balls may not fall free. Use solvent to clean. Balls will always roll out if races are clean.
Parts will disassemble when all the balls have been removed, and the seals will be
exposed. A flexible polyethylene rod or similar tool may be used to push balls from
race.
2. Cleaning:
A. Remove old seals (1 & 4) and replace with new parts.
B. Thoroughly clean all parts and apply a thin coat of lubricant around the packing.

Reassembly

1. Replace pressure seal with new part if necessary. Lips must face away from ball grooves. Put
small amount of grease on seal to ease reassembly.
2. Replace dirt seal. (Item 4)
3. Press the separate swivel joint races together and drop in the balls until the races are filled.
4. Replace the ball retainer plugs (2).
5. Replace retainer rings (3) with retaining ring pliers.
6. Lubricate the ball race area by using a small hand grease gun to force a small amount of the
lubricant through grease zerk (7). Then rotate one portion of the 90% and regrease. Repeat 2
more times.
a. Caution: Do not over grease. Excessive grease pressure can cause leakage and/or
difficult rotation.

TECHNICAL BULLETIN#: TB-17


REV B 04/26/06
AUTHOR: EK