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4.2.3 KKS-Numbers: MPV21AP003KP01


Company: Sterling Fluid Systems / SIHI
elektrotechnische Fabrik GmbH

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NOPY 065160AA.700.0A.15S
NOPY 065250AA.700.0A.15R
Single stage centrifugal vertical pump with lateral discharge pipe

Specific Information

10.0 Layout (sectional drawing)


2.3 Functional description
7.0 Disassembly and assembly
5.0 Installation procedure
7.7.2 Adjustment procedure
7.4 Maintenace and inspection procedures
10.0 Part list

To be observed without fail .................................................. Chapter 1

Intended application .............................................................. Chapter 2

Planning of the installation ................................................... Chapter 3

Unpacking, Storage, Transport ............................................ Chapter 4

Installation of the pump ............................................…......... Chapter 5

Starting and stopping procedures .....................…..…......... Chapter 6

Maintenance, Disassembly, Assembly ....................…......... Chapter 7

Help in case of trouble .......................................……............ Chapter 8

Technical data .....................................................…............... Chapter 9

Annex ....................................................................….............. Chapter 10

Attention: Both the pump and/or the pump set must be installed and commissioned by qualified techni-
cal personnel only and these installation, commissioning and operating instructions must be strictly observed.
Failure to do so could result in:

• danger to you and your colleagues,


• the pump or the pump unit may be damaged

Note that the manufacturer is not liable for damages resulting from failure to observe these instructions.
Please be aware of your responsibility to your colleagues when working on the pump or the pump set!

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Data.................. : 25/07/02
Safety Page 1 of 2 Chapter 1

1.0 Safety
This operating manual gives basic instructions 1.2 Qualification and training of
which are to be observed during installation, personnel
operation and maintenance of the pump. It is The personnel responsible for operation,
therefore imperative that this manual is read by maintenance, inspection and assembly must be
the responsible personnel/operator prior to adequately qualified. Scope of responsibility and
assembly and commissioning. It is always to be supervision of the personnel must be exactly
kept available at the installation site. defined by the plant operator. If the staff does not
It is not only the general safety instructions have the necessary knowledge, they must be
contained under this main heading Safety to be trained and instructed which may be performed by
observed, but also the specific information the machine manufacturer or supplier on behalf of
provided under the other main headings such as the plant operator. Moreover, the plant operator is
for the private use. to make sure that the contents of the operation
instructions are fully understood.
1.1 Identification of safety
prescriptions in the operation 1.3 Hazards in case of non
instructions compliance with the safety
Safety prescriptions given in these operation instructions
instructions, non compliance with which would Non compliance with the safety instructions may
affect safety are identified by the following produce a risk to the personnel as well as to the
symbols: environment and the machine and results in a loss
of any right to claim damages.
For example non compliance may involve the
following hazards:
• failure of important functions of the
Danger symbol as per DIN 4844-W9 machine/plant
(ISO 3864 - B.3.1) • failure of specified procedures of maintenance
and repair
or in case of warning of electrical voltage: • exposure of people to electrical, mechanical
and chemical hazards
• endangering the environment owing to
hazardous substances being released

Danger symbol as per DIN 4844 W-8 1.4 Compliance with regulations
(ISO 3864 - B.3.6) pertaining to safety at work
When operating the pump the safety instructions
The word contained in this manual, the relevant national
ATTENTION accident prevention regulations and any other
service and safety instructions issued by the plant
operator are to be observed.
identifies the safety regulations whose non
compliance may cause danger for the machine
and its function. It is imperative that signs affixed
to the machine, e.g.
• arrow indicating the direction of rotation
• symbols indicating fluid connections
must be observed and kept legible.
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1.5 Safety instructions relevant for 1.7 Unauthorised alterations and


operation production of spare parts
• If hot or cold machine components involve Any modifications may be made to the machine
hazards, they must be guarded against only after consultations with the manufacturer.
accidental contact. Using spare parts and accessories authorised by
• Guards for moving parts (e.g. couplings) must the manufacturer is in the interest of safety. Use of
not be removed from the machine while in other parts may exempt the manufacturer from
operation. any liability.
• Any leakage of hazardous (e.g. explosive,
toxic, hot) fluids (e.g. from the shaft seal) must 1.8 Unauthorised mode of operation
be drained away so as to prevent any risk The reliability of the machine delivered will only be
occurring to persons or the environment. guaranteed if it is used in the manner intended
Statutory regulations are to be complied with. and in accordance with the instructions of this
• Hazards resulting from electricity are to be manual. The limit values specified in the data
precluded (see for example the VDE- sheet must under no circumstances be exceeded.
specifications and the bye-laws of the local
power supply utilities). 1.9 Warranty / guarantee
SIHI guarantee for a longterm, satisfactory
1.6 Safety instructions relevant for operation if
maintenance, inspection and • the pump is installed and operated in
assembly work compliance with these instructions and under
It shall be the plant operator’s responsibility to conditions approved by SIHI.
ensure that all maintenance, inspection and • modifications only will be carried out with SIHI’s
assembly work is performed by authorised agreement.
personnel who have adequately familiarised
themselves with the subject matter by studying
this manual in detail.
Any work on the machine shall only be performed
when it is at a standstill. It is imperative that the
procedure for shutting down the machine
described in this manual is to be followed.
Pumps and pump units which convey hazardous
media must be decontaminated.
On completion of work all safety and protective
facilities must be re-installed and made operative
again. Prior to re-starting the machine, the
instructions listed under “first commissioning“ are
to be observed.

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Intended application Page 1 of 1 Section 2

2.0 Intended application The permissible values of operating speed,


temperature, operating pressure and viscosity can
be seen from the data sheet or order
Operation of the pump must be limited to the
acknowledgement.
application conditions stated by the purchaser and
Vertical pumps shall be used for handling of clear
confirmed by the manufacturer.
or dirty liquids without suspended solid
The correct operating conditions are indicated on
substances.
the attached data sheet.
Max number of starting per hour: 6
Unit weight: See attached dimensional/installation
2.1 Wrong use drawing
Materials: See attached data sheet

• Do not touch pump with high temperature


• Operate the pump only for the application
stated on the data sheet. Operation outside
these limits of product application will increase
the risk for personal safety and the
environment.

CAUTION

• Do not exceed the density stated on the data


sheet as this could cause a motor overload
condition
• Do not operate the pump outside its
characteristic curve in order to avoid cavitation
and motor damage

2.2 Accessories

The accessories provided with the pump are


indicated on the data sheet. The relevant
operating and installation instructions can also be
found in the annex. Other accessories may be
mounted on the pump or on the unit only after
prior consent of manufacturer.

2.3 Description of the unit and


working principle
NOPY are single-stage centrifugal pumps,
in vertical execution with lateral discharge pipe.
These pumps are manufactured according to the
customer purchase specifications (NÖP emergency
lube oil pumps, HÖP main lube oil pumps, HIP auxi-
liary lube oil pumps, Siemens AG Power Generation)

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Plant preparation Page 1 of 1 Sect ion 3

3.0 Plant preparation The connection flange of the discharge pipe of


the plant shall be true and parallel with the
discharge nozzle of the pump. After loosening the
3.1 Discharge piping fastening screws of the two flanges, the distance
between the two flanges shall correspond to the
thickness of the gasket.
The discharge pipe of the plant shall be supported
CAUTION
independently close to the unit.

• Take care of the arrow indicating the direction


3.1.1 Pressure check
of rotation affixed on motor stool
Connections for a pressure gauge and ventila-
• The pipe diameter shall be at least the same
ting outlet should be foreseen in the discharge
as the one of the pump discharge nozzle or
line ahead of the check and regulation valves.
bigger with corresponding reduction piece (see
data sheet)
3.2 Electrical connection
• Flange gasket must not protrude towards the
The electrical connection for the motor must comply
inside part of the pipe
with the legal requeriments
• Clean the pipework prior to pump installation
• Support the pipeline so as to prevent distortion
of pump components. (Danger of mechanical
tensions on the whole unit). In case of tensions
due to thermal expansion, compensation
couplings have to be used.
• Avoid rough cross-section transitions and
sharp bends
• Flow velocity in the discharge line must not
exceed 2-3 m/s

For the connection of the discharge piping take


care of following:
The discharge flange should not be used as fixed
point of support for the tubing.
The discharge pipe should be generally upwards
with a constant inclination, if possible.
Behind the discharge flange a smoothly closing
check valve shall be installed in order to protect
the unit against water hammer and/or possible reversal
of rotation, which could occur in case of a sudden
stop.
An addicional regulating valve should be installed
behind the check valve for adjusting the duty point.

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Unpacking, Transport Page 1 of 2 Section 4

4.0 Unpacking, storage, transport - Protect the inner parts against oxidation with
the same product.
4.1 Safety measures - Tap the discharge and suction nozzles as well
as all other connections with blind sealing
flanges or proper wood/plastic covers.
- The pump protected as previously mentioned
should be stored in a dry place. If no dry
place is available, the unit should be protected
• Never stay below the suspended load! with large waterproof sheets.
• A safe distance must be kept when lifting and - The duration of the surface of protection is:
moving the equipment 3 months
• Use only approved and suitable lifting After this period an optical inspection of the
equipment outer surfaces of the machine is required.
• Adjust the length of the lifting appliance (ropes After further 3 months of storage the inner parts
or bends) in such a way that the pump or the must be controlled (body, impeller, etc.. ) too
pump unit, respectively, is always suspended and, if necessary, the above mentioned
vertically. operations of cleaning and coating should be
• Do not remove any document attached or repeated.
fixed on the pump
• Do not remove protection covers from the
pump nozzle and other possible connections,
as they prevent contamination of the pump.

4.2 Unpacking
Before unpacking a visual control of the packing
is recommended. If transport damages are
visible, their extent is to be noted on the receipt or
on the delivery note. Possible claims are to be
addressed immediately to the carrier or insurance
company.

4.3 Storage
If the pump or the pump set is not to be installed
immediately it has to be stored in a dry and vibra-
tion free room.

4.4 Preservation and protection


In case of prolonged storage of the pump observe
the following recommendations.
- Protect the machined parts in carbon steel and
grey cast iron (sealing surfaces, pipes,
flanges, pipe fittings, parts to be assembled on
site), with Rustilo 645 or turbine oil acc. to
DIN 51515

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4.5 Transport
The pump or the pump set must be lifted as
shown in the following picture:

The support plate is equipped with 4 eyebolts (pos.


76.00)
Only these eyebolts must be used for lifting and
transporting.
For safety reasons and to avoid damage to the motor,
the pump should be mounted onto the tank without
motor.

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Mounting of the pump Page 1 of 2 Section 5

5.0 Mounting of the pump 5.4.3 Base, foundation


The pump must be installed on an even floor free
5.1 Prerequisites from vibrations.
Prior to the installation of the pump, the storage The horizontal position of the baseplate should be
and handling instructions in Section 4 must have checked with a spirit level.
been complied with. The max. deviation from the horizontal position
should not exceed 0,1 mm/m.
5.2 Warning If the pump is installed on a metal base, parallel
The work described in this section must be carried metal strips of adequate length and width should
out by skilled staff only. be used and placed close to the foundation bolts.

5.3 Safety measures 5.4.4 Space utilisation


The dimensions required for the mounting of the
pump unit can be taken from the dimensional
drawing.
Before installation of pumps, check again the depth
of the basin or of the tank. As a minimum, the depth
• Connect all flanges of the discharge pipe shall be bigger than the maximum length of the
carefully. Otherwise the pumped medium pump measured from the foundation plate plus
may leak out during operation and endanger 2.5 times the nominal diameter of the suction flange,
the operating staff. including suction filter.
• Ensure that the discharge pipe is connected. For lifting the pump a crane with the following
• Electrical conductors must be free from minimum work height must be used:
tension during the connecting process to pump length +0.5 m + l/2 (in case of rectangular
avoid danger. baseplate, where l is the max. dimension in meter)
• All safety rules and guidelines must be The lifting capacity should be at least twice of the
total pump weight
complied with.
• Hot components should be protected from
contact.

5.4 General

5.4.1 Fitting tools


No special tools are required for assembly and
installation.

5.4.2 Permissible environment


The ambient temperature range should be
between +2 ºC and + 50ºC. The atmospheric
humidity should be as low as possible in order to
avoid corrosion.

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Dial gauge
5.4.5 Installation position
These pumps have to be installed in a ver-
tical position

must be:
a = a1 b = b1 (± 0,05 mm)

5.7 Check before installation


Prior to installation of the pump into the plant the
following points have to be checked:
1. Is the electrical connection of the drive motor free
of tension?
2. Is the discharge pipe correctly conected?
3. Is it possible to rotate the pump rotor easily by
hand?
4. Have all safety guidelines been observed?
5.5 Motor
Before assembling the direction of rotation of the
motor must be checked. 5.8 Mounting of the pump and installa-
The pump operates clockwise when seen from the tion in the piping system
drive end.
The pump discharge flange must be aligned with
the discharge pipe.
The pipe shall be supported in such a way that
it does not exert forces or moments on the discharge
CAUTION flange.

5.9 Final checks


• The pumps should never operate in a dry con-
The following checks shall be made:
dition.
1. Check the sealing of the connections
2. Check the pump for free rotation
5.6 Coupling 3. Check the alignment of the coupling
The half couplings should not be mounted with
a hammer. In case of an interference fit, the
couplings should be warmed up.
Both shaft ends must be perfectly aligned.
The standard clearance between the two half cou-
plings must be 2-3 mm, as shown in the following
picture:

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Starting and stopping procedures Page 1 of 2 Section 6

6.0 Starting and stopping 6.5 Checks before starting


procedures Prior to start up the pump unit the following checks
have to be carried out:
6.1 Prerequisites 1. Is discharge pipe connected and are the flange
The pump or the pump set must have been connections tight?
installed in accordance with the instructions of 2. Are flushing / cooling lines, if any, connec-
Section 5. ted?
3. Is the shut-off valve in the discharge line
6.2 Warning closed?
The operations described in thies section 4. Is the liquid feed to the tank properly planned
made by skilled personnel only. and is it open?
5. Is the motor ready for operation?
6.3 Safety measures 6. Is the direction of rotation of the motor
correct?
7. Is the coupling correctly aligned (See section
5.6)?

6.6 Starting procedure


• Be sure that all electrical connections comply For putting the pump into operation proceed as
with the local rules and regulations and that follows:
this work is done by authorised personnel 1. Close nearly completely the regulating valve in
only the discharge pipe.
2. Switch on the motor
3. Check the pressure gauges at the pressure
CAUTION
measuring points
If the discharge pressure does not rise steadily
• The minimum submergence level of the pump
as the speed increases, stop the motor and
has to be assured during operation.
check the liquid level in the basin/tank and in
The pump part must be always covered by
the suction area of the pump (filter, if any)
liquid
4. When the required speed has been obtained,
• Check the direction of rotation only if the
adjust the operating point of the pump with
pump is covered with liquid
actuating the regulating valve on the discharge
• If the liquid handled is hot, the basin/tank
side. The pump can safety operate between the
should be filled slowly to avoid mechanical
following points.
tensions or thermal shocks.
NOPY 065160/135
• Ensure no danger exists for people and the
30 <= Q <= 95 m3/h
environment in case of pumping explosive,
NOPY 065250/235
toxic, hot, crystalline or acid liquids.
40 <= Q <= 135 m3/h
• Regulate the flowrate at constant speed only
The operation against a closed regulating valve on
with the regulating valve in the discharge line.
the discharge line is admissible only if the
minimum flow is guaranteed through a by-pass line.

6.4 Electrical connection 6.7 Starting frequency


Connect the electrical feed line to the motor in
The pump may be switched on and off not more than
accordance with the connection diagram in the 6 times per hour.
terminal box.

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6.8 Particular information 4. vibrations and vibration resonances due to


During operation the following parameters should wrong position or unsteady running of the
be monitored: pump set.
² control speed and discharge pressure
² control the liquid level in the suction basin/tank
² ensure that pump runs without vibrations
² control bearing temperature (max. allowable
temperature 30ºC above of the pumped liquid
temperature)

6.9 Stopping procedure


Before stopp ing the pu mp close the regulating
valve on the discharge side
When the pump is at a stand still, close all
other regulating devices.

Ensure that people and the environment are not


put at risk through explosive, toxic, hot, crystalline
or acid liquids handled.
Ensure that the pump does not contain any
hazardous substance when it is returned to the
manufacturer’s factory.
Ensure that the pump is preserved during
prolonged inactivity.

6.10 Noise emission


Since vertical pumps work with hydraulic parts
completely submerged, the noise level of the
pump is strongly reduced by the fluid itself.
Therefore the standard total noise level of the
pu mp is inferior to 75 dB(A).
The following components can produce
additional noise:

1. drive motor
2. coup ling, if worn or not corr ectly moun ted
3. pipework system (as general rule: the larger
the p ipe d iameter , the small er is the
produced noise level)

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7.0 Maintenance, disassembly,


assembly

7.1 Prerequisites
The pump or the pump set must have been taken
out of operation in accordance with the instruc-
tions of Section 6.

7.2 Target group


Lubrication system
Only skilled staff must carry out the work
After about 10.000 operating hours or 2 years the
described in this section.
ball bearing shall be disassembled, washed and
Only authorised personnel shall do all electrical
checked. If the bearing is worn and/or the clearance
connections.
is too big, replace it.
The same procedure is applicable to the slide bearing
7.3 Safety measure
52.40/54.50.
Abrasive particles in the pumped liquid will reduce
the life expectancy of the pump.
Maintenance of the drive motor should be in
compliance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
• Ensure that people and the environment are
not put at risk through explosive, toxic, hot,
7.5 Disassembly
crystalline or acid liquids handled.
• Flush the pump thoroughly before disassem- 7.5.1 Preparation for disassembly
bling in order to purge away the residual liquid Proceed in accordance with the following instruc-
left after drainage of the pump. tions.
• The workplace for disassembling or assem- 1. Disconnect electric power to the motor
bling must be clean 2. If auxiliary and flushing pipes are installed,
• Ensure that the pump does not contain any disconnect them.
hazardous substance when it is returned to 3. Ensure that discharge pipe regulating valve is
the manufacturer’s factory. completely closed.
4. Loosen the motor fastening bolts and remove
the motor completing with the corresponding half-
7.4 Maintenance and inspection
coupling.
The pump is equipped with an oil lubricated ball
5. If necessary, disconnect and dismantle existing
bearing mounted in a casing below the base plate.
sensors and monitoring devices.
6. Disconnect discharge pipe from the pump nozzle
7. Loosen and remove nuts/fastening screws from
the foundation plate.
8. Lift pump as shown at section 4.5 and drain
all residual liquid from it.
9. Place the pump unit in a horizontal positión, in
a clean area where all necessary tools are available.

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Maintenance, disassembly, assembly Page 2 of 2 Section 7

7.5.2 Spare parts 7.6 Works after disassembly


The item numbers required for the purchasing of 7.6.1 Cleaning suggestions
spare parts are given in the attached parts list 1. Clean all parts perfectly
(Section 10.0) 2. Clean the sealing surfaces with an appropriate
solvent.
7.5.3 Disassembly of the pump
For dismantling of the pump follow these steps: 7.6.2 Control
1. Remove lubricating pipe 70.20 The following pump components must be
2. Unfasten screws and nuts 90.18/92.08 of the checked:
pump flange 1. Check the bearing bush 54.50/52.40 in the
3. Unfasten nuts 90.19/92.09 of the discharge cover for damage and wear. If the surface is
pipe 71.12/71.11 (only NOPY 065160) damaged or worn, the sleeve and/or bearing
4. Separate the discharge pipe 71.11/71.12 (only NOPY must be replaced.
065160) 2. Check the wear ring surfaces for damage and
5. Unfasten screws 90.14 respectively 91.40 and wear. The diameter difference between impel-
separate foundation plate ler collar and casing seat should be between
6. Remove half coupling pump side with an extractor 0.3 mm and 0.5 mm.
(puller) 3. If the wear ring is worn out, it must be ex-
7. Unfasten screws and nuts 90.20/92.00 and changed. Unscrew the threaded pin 56.00 and
remove pump casing 10.20 remove ring (see sectional drawing)
8. After removing nut 92.20, extract the impeller 4. We recommended replacing the bearings
23.00 and key 94.01 32.15/54.50 and the gasket 40.00 every time
9. Remove carefully casing cover 16.10 with when the pump is dismantled.
gasket 40.00 together with bearing bush
54.50/52.40
7.7 Assembly
10. Unfasten screws 90.5 and remove bearing
7.7.1 Tightening torque
cover 36.00 with felt ring 42.21
When tightening the screws the following values
11. Unfasten shaft nut 92.11 and remove safety
are to be observed:
washer 93.01
12. Unfasten screws 90.10 and separate lantern
Thread M10 M12 M16 M18 M20 M24 M30
34.20 Tightening 25 40 90 175 17 300 500
torque Nm Nm Nm Nm Nm Nm Nm
13. Extract shaft 21.10 with ball bearing 32.15
and distance bush 50.55 7.7.2 Pump assembly
14. Dismount ball bearing 32.15 and distance
Repeat the operations, mentioned under 7.5.3,
bush 50.55 from shaft 21.10
in reverse order.
15. Dissasembly strainer 14.80 Apart from the coupling the pump adjustment
cannot be modified in the field

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8.0 Trouble/Cause/Remedial actions

8.1 Authorised personnel


The elimination of existing troubles should be carried out by authorised personnel only.

Trouble Cause Remedial action


Pump does not start Electrical power insufficient Check power and cross section of the electric
cables
Impeller blocked Dismantle pump casing and free the impeller
Capacity too low Too high counter-pressure Check the system for cleaning and
conservation, readjust the operating point
Pump and/or discharge pipe insufficiently Check static and dynamic liquid level in the
filled with liquid basin/tank.
Check if the installation is free from swirls
during operation
Available submergence insufficient Check level of pump liquid
Clearances too big due to wear Replace worn pump components

Wrong direction of rotation Carry out a new connection in the motor


terminal box
Pump casing and/or suction pipe leaky Replace gaskets of pump casing and piping
Impellers/Filter clogged Disassemble the pump, clean the
impeller/filter
Rotation speed too low Check motor power
Excessive wear of components Shaft deformed Replace the shaft

Rotor unbalanced Disassemble and balance the rotor


Abrasive substances in the handled liquid Stop the pump, remove the abrasive
substances in the handled liquid
Pump does not suck at all or not Pump casing, shaft seal, foot valve leaky Replace pump casing gasket
suck properly Check the shaft seal
Check the foot valve
Available submergence insufficient Check level of the handled liquid
Clean filter and/or impurity retainer mounted
on suction side
Foreign substances in the filter and in the Disassemble and clean filter/pump
pump casing
Air intake in the suction area Check dynamic liquid level
Unsteady running of pump, Pump and/or suction pipe insufficiently filled Vent and fill completely with liquid the pump
excessive noise with liquid casing and/or the suction and discharge
pipes
Available submergence insufficient Check dynamic liquid level
Pump not well fixed on the foundation or is Check the correct installation of the pump
subject to mechanical tensions
Foreign substances in the pump/filter Dismantle and clean pump/filter

Counter-pressure too low, pump operates Check correct data and operating limits
outside the operating limits indicated in the attached data sheet
Rotor unbalanced Disassemble and balance the rotor
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Pump/motor bearing worn Disassemble and replace bearings

Deformed shaft Replace shaft

Motor circuit breaker switches off Pump not well fixed on the foundation or is Check the correct installation of the pump
subject to mechanical tensions
Requirements of pumping conditions not met Check the pumping conditions on the basis of
the attached data sheet
Pump casing/impeller/filter clogged or leaky Disassemble and clean pump/filter
Pump/motor bearings worn Disassemble and replace bearings

Electrical power too low Check electrical power


Instrument defective Replace instrument

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9.0 Technical data


Technical data for the pump or pumpset is to be
found in SLV 37 00 125/126 and the enclosed
dimensional drawing

10.0 Annex
- Parts list
- Dimensional drawing
- Sectional drawing

PARTS LIST

Pos. Nr. Designation Pos. Nr. Designation

10.20 volute casing 71.12 discharge pipe


14.80 strainer 73.11 screw connection
16.10 casing cover 73.14 screw connection
21.10 * shaft 73.15 screw connection
23.00 * impeller 75.01 protection cap
32.15 * ball bearing 75.02 connection pipe
34.20 bearing housing lantern 76.00 eye bolt
35.00 bearing housing 80.10 electric motor
36.00 bearing cover 86.00 coupling
40.00 * flat gasket 86.01 coupling
40.01 * flat gasket 89.00 support plate
40.02 * flat gasket 90.10 hexagonal screw
40.03 * flat gasket 90.12 hexagonal screw
41.10 * flat gasket 90.14 hexagonal screw
41.11 * flat gasket 90.15 hexagonal screw
41.14 * flat gasket 90.17 hexagonal screw
41.15 * flat gasket 90.18 hexagonal screw
41.16 * flat gasket 90.19 hexagonal screw
42.21 * felt ring 90.20 stud
50.00 lock washer 90.30 threaded plug
50.01 lock washer 90.31 threaded plug
50.02 lock washer 90.34 threaded plug
50.03 lock washer 90.35 threaded plug
50.04 lock washer 91.40 allen head screw
50.05 lock washer 92.00 hexagonal nut
50.20 * wear ring 92.07 hexagonal nut
50.55 * spacer 92.09 hexagonal nut
52.40 * shaft sleeve 92.11 hexagonal nut
54.50 * bearing bush 92.20 * impeller nut
56.00 * pin 93.01 washer
62.00 check valve (NOPY 065160) 94.00 * key
70.20 tube 94.01 * key
71.11 discharge pipe (NOPY 065160)
*recommended spare parts

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Dimension drawing
Pump type: NOPY 065160AA.700.0A.15S

220
20
185 Æ19

302
410

15
185

45°
20 200 200 200 37

640

G 1/2"
(with cap) DN-100 DIN-2633 PN-16
Form E (Rz16)
( 374)

218
30

welded

Vent Æ 5

Check valve
( 1584 )

Gestra CB26 DN-100,PN-16


980
1180

BypassÆ 5
100
200

Document-Nr .... : eNOPY_2.doc Sterling Fluid Systems


Data ...................: 2002
Dimensions drawing
Pump type: NOPY 065250AA.700.0A.15R

250 358 343,5


20 G 1/2"
(with cap)
180
600

200

15

300
180

20 190 190 190 190 Æ19


DN-150 DIN-2633 PN-16
800 Form E (Rz16)

G 1/2"
660

645
(with cap)
177
30

B
welded
1870

980
1180

100
200

Document-Nr .... : eNOPY_2.doc Sterling Fluid Systems


Data ...................: 2002
WINKELMANN GmbH & Co.

Im Neuen Felde 88-90 Postfach 21 44


29525 Uelzen 29511 Uelzen
Handling and operating instructions as well as Tel. 0581/882-0 / Fax 0581/882-22
safety information for electrical machines E-Mail: office@w-winkelmann.com
www.w-winkelmann.com

1. General
These regulations and this information are intended for technically qualified specialists familiar with the field of electrical
machine construction and general electrical engineering and, if appropriate, electronics.

The precise knowledge of the regulations and the information contained in this document as well as the correct technical
realisation are a precondition for the correct installation, the safe commissioning and the maintenance of this electrical
machine.

For reasons of clarity, not all the details concerning the handling of this electrical machine can be included in these
regulations and documents: if necessary, request further information from the manufacturer. If this safety information is
ignored and the machine is used in a manner other than that which is intended, damage, injury or even death may result.

2. Transportation/storage
The machines have to be removed carefully from their packaging. Any damage is to be reported to the carrier; if applicable,
the commissioning is not to be carried out.

Screwed-in lifting rings shall be tightened. The lifting rings are only dimensioned to hold the weight of the machine; further
loads must not be attached.

The machines may only be stored in a dry, dust-free, vibration-protected store, not exposed to aggressive gases at
moderate temperatures

3. Intended use
The machine conforms to the European standard EN 60034.
Further standards and technical data and information about the permissible conditions are stated on the rating plate and the
"Technical carrying-out".

The following applications are not approved


• outdoor applications unless specifically agreed
• in areas subject to explosive hazards
• close to oils, acids, alkaline compounds, vapours, radiation, etc.
• if there are shocks or vibration at the place of application - unless specifically agreed

This electrical machine is intended to be integrated into a machine (plant) as one of its components. Commissioning (first
start up for intended operation) is not permitted until it has been ascertained that the machine (plant) conforms to the
generally accepted regulations in the appropriate regulations.

4. Setting up/installation
The following points are to be observed absolutely :
• After a longer period of storage, the insulation resistance of the windings must be checked. It must be at least 1MΩ
(between windings and earth). If the measured value is lower, check with the manufacturer.
• The rotor is balanced as required by the standard using half a feather key (unless something different has been agreed),
for this reason, all drive elements to be connected to it must be balanced with their keyway filled in.
• For machines with a foot, a level, vibration-free under-structure which is rigid against torsion must be provided.
• For machines with a foot and a flange tension-free installation must be ensured.
• If the machine is coupled directly, the shaft must be precisely aligned.
• The drive elements to be connected to the shaft have to be warmed before mounting (approx. 100° C) and to be lightly
installed - no hard impacts are permitted!
• For belt-drives, correct belt tension must be ensured; otherwise there is the risk of shaft breakage and bearing damage.
• for ventilated machine unimpeded access to air and removal of air must be ensured. Warmed-up exhaust air from other
units must not be taken in directly.
• If gears are connected, the flange sealing areas are to be sealed and the venting screws are to be activated, appropriate
to the variant
• For gears the information about the required oil-filling given in the information note attached to the lifting ring or in the
enclosed information sheet must be observed.
• Observe the correct direction of rotation.
• Machines with rotary shaft seals must not be operated without oil lubrication

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5. Commissioning
During the electrical connection the following must be observed:
• That the connection values correspond to the data given on the rating plate, the standardised tolerance must not be
exceeded. If this is not observed, operation corresponding to the technical data with the assured properties is not
guaranteed.
• That a permanently safe electrical connection is made to a protective earth connector.
• That the installation is made as described in the connection diagram.
• The connector box must be free from foreign bodies, dirt and moisture and cable glands which are not in use, and the
connector box itself must be closed dust-proof and water-proof.
• An EMC compatible installation (screening, earthing, arrangement of filters and laying of cables etc.) must be made
observing the appropriate standards. This is the responsibility of the machine (plant) manufacturer.
• Before commissioning, the insulation value of the direct current machine must be measured (insulation resistance of the
winding with respect to each other and the machine body at least 1 MΩ when new).

For a brief test operation without drive elements, the feather key(s) must be protected against being shaken out and, if
applicable, the lubrication of the rotary shaft seal must be ensured.

Special notes for direct current machines:

The operation of direct current shunt motors without or with reduced excitation or unloaded running of direct current series-
wound motors can lead to dangerously excessive rotary speeds. This is not permitted.

6. Maintenance
Work may only be carried out when
• the machine is at standstill and, if applicable, has been cooled down after operation .
• the machine and all auxiliary circuits have been be disconnected from the voltage supply and have been protected
against unintended switching on, and it has been checked that the machine is indeed disconnected (observe the
appropriate national regulations).

Any existing air filters are to be cleaned at regular intervals to ensure a perfect cooling.

The bearings have been supplied with a lifetime greasing (bearing service life up to approx. 20,000 h under normal operating
conditions). New bearings must always be warmed up before they are mounted (approx. 100°C).

Special notes for direct current machines:


The collector and the carbon brushes require regular maintenance by technicians. Because the carbon brushes are wearing
parts, the first check-up is necessary after 500 hours of operation. During this check-up they have to be checked for wear,
and this information is used as a guide for determining the maintenance intervals. The collector area is to be cleaned from
dust.

The service life of the carbon brushes is influenced by many factors, such as rotary speed, number of load-alternations
(including no-load running), vibration, dust, moisture and chemical influences.
Brush size Remaning length (min.)
When the carbon brushes have reached the stated residual 8 x 10 x 20 8 mm
length, they must be replaced with new brushes of the 8 x 16 x 23 11 mm
same type. 10 x 16 x 25 11 mm
12,5 x 16 x 25 11 mm
10 x 25 x 32 14 mm
12,5 x 25 x 32 14 mm
16 x 25 x 32 14 mm
20 x 32 x 40 14 mm

In any one carbon brush set only brushes of identical type may be used. The brushes must easily move in a radial direction in
their holders. The location of the brush holder must not be modified (note the mark for the neutral zone!).

The collector must be covered in a uniform, unscored patina. Should the collector exhibit wear and/or scoring, it has to be
retouched correctly (turn off on the lathe and mill insulation between the plates to a depth of approx. 1 mm). Afterwards the rotor
must be balanced.

After an inspection/maintenance attention is paid to the correct seat of the commutator covers and/or the clamping band’s to
keep a perfect seal.
The sealing material used by the manufacturer to secure degrees of protection higher IP 44 are to be refurbished.

7. Replacement parts
must be purchased from the manufacturer stating machine number and machine type. When installing replacement
armatures the neutral zone (position of the brush holder) is to be checked and to be corrected, if necessary.
It may only used spare parts of the manufacturer or parts approved by the manufacturer, this even applies to carbon
brushes.

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Anschlußbild Die Anlasserschaltung wird grundsätzlich in die Zuleitung L+ gelegt.
Dies gilt für beide Drehrichtungen.
AA 1 Anschlüsse siehe Motoranschlußbild.

Anlasser starter

1-stufig 1-step 2-stufig 2-steps 3-stufig 3-steps


Netz Netz Netz
L+ line L+ line L+ line

0 0 0

R1
R1

R1
ST 1 ST 1 ST 1

1 1 1

R2
R2
ST 2 ST 2

2 2

R3
ST 3
3

Rotor Rotor Rotor


rotor rotor rotor
Anschlußbild Anschlußbild Anschlußbild
L+ circuit diagram L+ circuit diagram L+ circuit diagram

Vorwiderstand Netz
L+ line
(ständig eingeschaltet)
0
Resistor
RV

(continuously switched on)


1

Rotor
rotor
Anschlußbild
L+ circuit diagram

circuit diagram The starter connection is fundamentally to place in the lead L+.
This applies to both rotations.
AA 1 Connections look at the motor circuit diagram.

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circuit diagram
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AA 1
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Anschlußbild Gleichstrom-Nebenschluß-Motor (fremderregt)
mit Wendepol- und Kompensationswicklung
AM 4KH (Thermische Wicklungsüberwachung: TK = Kaltleiter
TÖ = Öffner
TS = Schließer)
mit Stillstandsheizung (H)

Linkslauf Rechtslauf
rotation CCW rotation CW

Rotor Feld Rotor Feld


rotor excitation rotor excitation
L- L+ L- L+ L+ L- L- L+

C1 F2 T.. C1 F2 T..

H H
T.. B2 F1 T.. B2 F1
H H

M M

circuit diagram D.C. shunt-motor (separately excited)


with commutating and compensating windings
AM 4KH (thermical winding control: TK = PTC thermistor
TÖ = opener
TS = closer)
with anti condensation heating (H)

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circuit diagram
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G:\MSDATEN\VISIO\ANSCHLUß\M4KH.VSD AM 4KH
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