Instruction Manual200 SeriesCentrifugal PumpsRead and understand this manual prior tooperating or servicing this product.
611 Sugar Creek RoadDelavan, WI 53115Tel: (800) 252-5200 or (262) 728-1900Fax: (800) 252-5012 or (262) 728-4904E-mail: [email protected] site: www.gowcb.comInformation contained in this manual is subject to changewithout notice and does not represent a commitment onthe part of SPX Corporation. No part of this manual maybe reproduced or transmitted in any form or by anymeans, electronic or mechanical, including photocopyingand recording, for any purpose, without the express written permission of SPX Corporation.Copyright 2001, 2010 SPX Corporation.All Rights Reserved.Gore-Tex is a registered trademark of W.L. Gore & Associates, Inc.Kalrez is a registered trademark of DuPont Dow Elastomers.Chemraz is a registered trademark of Greene, Tweed & Co.Revision Date: 10/2010Publication: 95-03009
Waukesha Cherry-BurrellTable of ContentsWarranty .5Shipping Damage or Loss . 5Warranty Claim . 5Safety .6Care of Stainless Steel .7Stainless Steel Corrosion . 7Elastomer Seal Replacement Following Passivation . 7Introduction .8Manual Content . 8Receiving Your Pump . 8Receiving and Inspection . 8Pump Characteristics . 9200 Series Base Mount Description . 9Base Mount Components . 9Motor Adapter . 9Stand . 10Base (Optional) . 10Performance Characteristics . 13Authorization . 13Standard Construction . 13Construction Options . 13Operating Parameters . 14Capacities . 15Dimensions . 16Centrifugal 200 Series Pump and Pedestal Weights . 22Installation .24Pump Location . 24Pump Leveling . 24Supply and Discharge Piping/Valves . 24Installations That May Cause Operation Problems . 26Electrical Connections . 26Flush Seal Option . 27Type 4 Seal (Double mechanical with flush) . 27Before First Startup . 28Clean Pump and Piping . 28Cleaning Safety Procedures . 28Manual Cleaning . 28Cleaning-In-Place (CIP) . 28Preliminary Test Run . 29Check For Possible Motor Overload Conditions . 29Operation .30Starting the Pump . 30Priming the Pump/Stopping the Pump . 30Priming the Pump With the Feed Source Above Pump Level . 30Priming the Pump With the Feed Source Below Pump Level . 31Stopping the Pump . 31Maintenance .32Scheduled Maintenance . 32Routine Maintenance . 32Disassembly of Pump With a Type 1 Seal . 32Removal of the Water Cascade . 32Inspect Parts . 34Assembly of Pump With a Type 1 Seal . 34Backplate Assembly . 34Backplate/Impeller Assembly . 3510/201095-03009Page 3
Table of ContentsWaukesha Cherry-BurrellType 4 Double Seal . 37Disassembly of Type 4 Seal . 37Removal of the Water Cascade . 38Assembly of Type 4 Seal . 39Disassembly of Modular Base-Mounted Pumps . 41Disassembling the Outer Seal Assemblies . 42Assembling the Outer Seal Assemblies . 42Pre-assembled (Cartridge) Seals . 43Disassembly of Pre-assembled (Cartridge) Seals . 43Assembly of a Pump With Pre-assembled (Cartridge) Seals . 44Pedestal Base-Mounted Pump Housing Lubrication . 46Pump Alignment . 46Checking Angular Alignment . 46Checking Parallel Alignment . 46Servicing the Electric Motor . 47General Service Information . 47Motor Lubrication Instructions . 47Standard Seal Dimensions . 48Cartridge Seal Dimensions . 49Parts Lists .50Type 1 Seal Kits . 50Type 4 Seal Kits . 51Type 1 Seal Components and Common Parts . 52Type 4 Seal Components and Common Parts . 542045 Pump Parts . 562065LV - 2065 - 2065HV Pump Parts . 582075 Pump Parts . 602085LV - 2085 Pump Parts . 622105 Pump Parts . 64Style “C” Small Bore Pedestal Mount Parts . 66Style “C” Large Bore Pedestal Mount Parts . 68Motor Mounts . 70Motor Shaft Shims . 70Troubleshooting .71Page 495-0300910/2010
Waukesha Cherry-BurrellWarrantyWarrantySeller warrants its products to be free from defect in materials and workmanship for a period of one (1) year from the date of shipment. This warranty shall not apply to products which require repair or replacement dueto normal wear and tear or to products which are subjected to accident,misuse or improper maintenance. This warranty extends only to the original Buyer. Products manufactured by others but furnished by Seller areexempted from this warranty and are limited to the original manufacturer’swarranty.Seller’s sole obligation under this warranty shall be to repair or replaceany products that Seller determines, in its discretion, to be defective.Seller reserves the right either to inspect the products in the field or torequest their prepaid return to Seller. Seller shall not be responsible forany transportation charges, duty, taxes, freight, labor or other costs. Thecost of removing and/or installing products which have been repaired orreplaced shall be at Buyer’s expense.Seller expressly disclaims all other warranties, express or implied, including without limitation any warranty of merchantability of fitness for a particular purpose. The foregoing sets forth Seller’s entire and exclusiveliability, and Buyer’s exclusive and sole remedy, for any claim of damagesin connection with the sale of products. In no event shall Seller be liablefor any special consequential incidental or indirect damages (includingwithout limitation attorney’s fees and expenses), nor shall Seller be liablefor any loss of profit or material arising out of or relating to the sale oroperation of the products based on contract, tort (including negligence),strict liability or otherwise.Shipping Damage or LossIf equipment is damaged or lost in transit, file a claim at once with thedelivering carrier. The carrier has signed the Bill of Lading acknowledgingthat the shipment has been received from the seller in good condition.Seller is not responsible for the collection of claims or replacement ofmaterials due to transit shortages or damages.Warranty ClaimWarranty claims must have a Returned Goods Authorization (RGA)from the Seller before returns will be accepted.Claims for shortages or other errors, exclusive of transit shortages ordamages, must be made in writing to Seller within ten (10) days afterdelivery. Failure to give such notice shall constitute acceptance andwaiver of all such claims by Buyer.10/201095-03009Page 5
SafetyWaukesha Cherry-BurrellSafetyREAD AND UNDERSTAND THIS MANUALPRIOR TO INSTALLING, OPERATING OR SERVICING THIS EQUIPMENTWaukesha Cherry-Burrell recommends users of our equipment and designs follow the latest Industrial Safety Standards. At a minimum, these should include the industrial safety requirements established by:1. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Title 29 of the CFR Section 1910.212- General Requirements for all Machines2. National Fire Protection Association, ANSI/NFPA 79 ANSI/NFPA 79- Electrical Standards for Industrial Machinery3. National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70 ANSI/NFPA 70- National Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA 70E- Electrical Safety Requirement for Employee Workplaces4. American National Standards Institute, Section B11Attention: Servicing energized industrial equipment can be hazardous. Severe injury or death can result from electrical shock, burn, or unintended actuation of controlled equipment. Recommended practice is to disconnect and lockoutindustrial equipment from power sources, and release stored energy, if present. Refer to the National Fire ProtectionAssociation Standard No. NFPA70E, Part II and (as applicable) OSHA rules for Control of Hazardous Energy Sources(Lockout-Tagout) and OSHA Electrical Safety Related Work Practices, including procedural requirements for: Lockout-tagout Personnel qualifications and training requirements When it is not feasible to de-energize and lockout-tagout electrical circuits and equipment before working on ornear exposed circuit partsLocking and Interlocking Devices: These devices should be checked for proper working condition and capability ofperforming their intended functions. Make replacements only with the original manufacturer’s renewal parts or kits.Adjust or repair in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.Periodic Inspection: Industrial equipment should be inspected periodically. Inspection intervals should be based onenvironmental and operating conditions and adjusted as indicated by experience. At a minimum, an initial inspectionwithin 3 to 4 months after installation is recommended. Inspection of the electrical control systems should meet the recommendations as specified in the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) Standard No. ICS 1.3, Preventative Maintenance of Industrial Control and Systems Equipment, for the general guidelines for setting-up a periodicmaintenance program.Replacement Equipment: Use only replacement parts and devices recommended by the manufacturer to maintainthe integrity of the equipment. Make sure the parts are properly matched to the equipment series, model, serial number, and revision level of the equipment.Warnings and cautions are provided in this manual to help avoid serious injury and/or possible damage to equipment:DANGER: marked with a stop sign. Immediate hazards which WILL result in severe personal injury or death.WARNING: marked with a warning triangle. Hazards or unsafe practices which COULD result in severe personal injury or death.CAUTION: marked with a warning triangle. Hazards or unsafe practices which COULD result in minor personal injury or product or property damage.Page 695-0300910/2010
Waukesha Cherry-BurrellCare of Stainless SteelCare of Stainless SteelStainless Steel CorrosionCorrosion resistance is greatest when a layer of oxide film is formed onthe surface of stainless steel. If film is disturbed or destroyed, stainlesssteel becomes much less resistant to corrosion and may rust, pit or crack.Corrosion pitting, rusting and stress cracks may occur due to chemicalattack. Use only cleaning chemicals specified by a reputable chemicalmanufacturer for use with 300 series stainless steel. Do not useexcessive concentrations, temperatures or exposure times. Avoid contactwith highly corrosive acids such as hydrofluoric, hydrochloric or sulfuric.Also avoid prolonged contact with chloride-containing chemicals,especially in presence of acid. If chlorine-based sanitizers are used, suchas sodium hypochlorite (bleach), do not exceed concentrations of 150ppm available chlorine, do not exceed contact time of 20 minutes, and donot exceed temperatures of 104 F (40 C).Corrosion discoloration, deposits or pitting may occur under productdeposits or under gaskets. Keep surfaces clean, including those undergaskets or in grooves or tight corners. Clean immediately after use. Donot allow equipment to set idle, exposed to air with accumulated foreignmaterial on the surface.Corrosion pitting may occur when stray electrical currents come in contactwith moist stainless steel. Ensure all electrical devices connected to theequipment are correctly grounded.Elastomer SealReplacement FollowingPassivation10/2010Passivation chemicals can damage product contact areas of WCBequipment. Elastomers (rubber components) are most likely to beaffected. Always inspect all elastomer seals after passivation iscompleted. Replace any seals showing signs of chemical attack.Indications may include swelling, cracks, loss of elasticity or any othernoticeable changes when compared with new components.95-03009Page 7
IntroductionWaukesha Cherry-BurrellIntroductionManual ContentMaintenance procedures in this manual do not cover aseptic or high pressure pump applications. These are covered in special addendums available from your Waukesha Cherry-Burrell representative.Receiving Your PumpAll ports are covered at the factory to keep out foreign objects during transit. If the covers are missing or damaged, thoroughly inspect the fluidhead, by removing the pump cover (if applicable). Be sure that the pumping head is clean and free of foreign material before rotating the shaft.Each Waukesha pump is shipped completely assembled, lubricated, andready for use. Make sure you review “Operation” on page 30 before operating your pump.Receiving and Inspection1. WCB equipment is inspected prior to shipment. When leaving the factory, it is well-crated for normal transportation procedures. WCB cannot, however, guarantee safe arrival. Therefore, upon receipt of thisequipment, check the received items against the packing list for damaged or missing parts. Check the packing material thoroughly forsmall parts.2. Visually inspect for damage or loss. Immediately report any damageor loss to the delivery carrier while present. Following the immediatenotification of the lost or damaged parts, make a claim against thecarrier including a detailed description of the loss or damage, and acash value. WCB's responsibility terminates F.O.B. point of manufacture unless otherwise specified per the General Terms and Conditions of Sale as published by WCB and amended from time to time.Contact WCB Order Services if shipping information is required forhandling claims.See also “Shipping Damage or Loss” on page 5.Page