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Operating and Assembly Instruction

Progressive Cavity Pump


Type
BN 200-6L
Commission-no.
287754
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Index Index Index Index
1111 Safety Safety Safety Safety.................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................... 1111
1.1 General notes
1.2 Safety and warning notes
1.2.1 Warning notes
1.2.2 Danger symbols
1.2.3 Information symbols
1.3 Dangers that can be caused by the machine
1.4 Qualification of the personnel
1.5 Authorised people
1.5.1 Tasks and information for the owner/operators
1.5.2 Safety notes for maintenance, inspection and assembly work
1.6 Personal protective equipment
1.7 Safety and protective devices
1.8 Foreseeable misuse
1.9 Designated use
1.10 Warranty
2222 Description of the pump Description of the pump Description of the pump Description of the pump........................................................................................................................ ........................................................................................................................ ........................................................................................................................ ........................................................................................................................ 5555
2.1 General description
2.2 Mode of action and pumping principle of the pump
2.3 Constructive design
3333 Technical Data Technical Data Technical Data Technical Data...................................................................................................................................... ...................................................................................................................................... ...................................................................................................................................... ...................................................................................................................................... 6666
3.1 Data sheet ................................................................................................................................ 7
3.2 Characteristic Curves............................................................................................................... 9
3.3 Declarations........................................................................................................................... 10
4444 Transport, Intermediate storage, Disposal Transport, Intermediate storage, Disposal Transport, Intermediate storage, Disposal Transport, Intermediate storage, Disposal.......................................................................................... .......................................................................................... .......................................................................................... .......................................................................................... 11 11 11 11
4.1 Safety
4.2 Transport
4.2.1 Dimensions, weight and centre of gravity
4.2.2 Symbol
4.2.3 Lashing points (AP) for lifting devices
4.2.4 Unpacking the machine
4.3 Temporary storage/corrosion protection
4.4 Disposal










Index Index Index Index
5555 Assembly / Installation Assembly / Installation Assembly / Installation Assembly / Installation........................................................................................................................ ........................................................................................................................ ........................................................................................................................ ........................................................................................................................ 13 13 13 13
5.1 Mounting tools / lifting gear
5.2 Space requirement
5.2.1 Dimension for stator replacement
5.2.2 Space requirement for service work
5.3 Assembly of the complete mounted pump
5.4 Power supply of the pump
5.5 Pipelines
5.5.1 Suction and pressure connection
5.5.2 Pipeline dimensions
5.5.3 Residue-free pipelines
5.5.4 Tension-free assembly
5.6 Dimensional Drawing............................................................................................................. 15
6666 Commissioning / De-Commissioning Commissioning / De-Commissioning Commissioning / De-Commissioning Commissioning / De-Commissioning.................................................................................................. .................................................................................................. .................................................................................................. .................................................................................................. 16 16 16 16
6.1 Commissioning report ............................................................................................................ 16
6.2 Measures before commissioning............................................................................................ 17
6.2.1 Checking pipelines
6.2.2 Protective devices on the pump
6.2.3 Electrical / hydraulic connections
6.2.4 Direction of rotation check
6.2.5 Additional devices - optional
6.3 Initial commissioning/repeated commissioning
6.3.1 Avoiding dry running of the pump
6.3.2 Pressure in the suction and pressure connection
6.4 De-commissioning
6.4.1 Switching off the pump
6.4.2 Emptying the pump
6.4.3 Dismantling the pump
6.4.4 Preservation/storage of the pump
7777 Maintenance Maintenance Maintenance Maintenance....................................................................................................................................... ....................................................................................................................................... ....................................................................................................................................... ....................................................................................................................................... 21 21 21 21
7.1 Preventative measures
7.1.1 Pump down-time
7.2 Lubrication
7.2.1 Joint grease
7.3 Inspection
8888 Malfunctions, causes, rectification Malfunctions, causes, rectification Malfunctions, causes, rectification Malfunctions, causes, rectification...................................................................................................... ...................................................................................................... ...................................................................................................... ...................................................................................................... 23 23 23 23










Index Index Index Index
9999 Pump Dismantling / Reassembly Pump Dismantling / Reassembly Pump Dismantling / Reassembly Pump Dismantling / Reassembly........................................................................................................ ........................................................................................................ ........................................................................................................ ........................................................................................................ 25 25 25 25
9.1 Pump Dismantling / Reassembly........................................................................................... 25
9.1.1 Prepare the pump for dismantling
9.1.2 Dismantling
9.1.3 Reassembly
9.2 Rotating unit individual parts .............................................................................................. 31
9.2.1 Dismantling
9.2.2 Rotating unit (RTE) - prepare individual parts for reassembly
9.2.3 Rotating unit (RTE) - individual parts - reassembly
9.3 Holding band - assembly........................................................................................................ 36
9.3.1 Prepare the holding band
9.3.2 Check the holding band
9.3.3 Assembling the holding band
9.3.4 Correct tension for the holding band (HBD)
9.3.5 Cant up the holding band
9.3.6 Shear the holding band
9.3.7 Check the holding band after assembly
9.5 Shaft Sealing.......................................................................................................................... 38
9.5.1 Safety
9.5.2 Application conditions and material version
9.5.3 Design
9.5.4 Commissioning
9.5.5 Monitoring during operation
9.5.6 Packing Ring - dismantling
9.5.7 Gland Packing dismantling
9.5.8 Reassembly
10 10 10 10 Spare parts Spare parts Spare parts Spare parts......................................................................................................................................... ......................................................................................................................................... ......................................................................................................................................... ......................................................................................................................................... 39 39 39 39
10.1 Order template for spare parts............................................................................................... 40
10.2 Sectional drawing and parts list.............................................................................................. 42
11 11 11 11 Special tools Special tools Special tools Special tools....................................................................................................................................... ....................................................................................................................................... ....................................................................................................................................... ....................................................................................................................................... 45 45 45 45
12 12 12 12 Related documents Related documents Related documents Related documents............................................................................................................................. ............................................................................................................................. ............................................................................................................................. ............................................................................................................................. 46 46 46 46
12.2 Technical Information............................................................................................................. 47
13 13 13 13 Appendix Appendix Appendix Appendix............................................................................................................................................. ............................................................................................................................................. ............................................................................................................................................. ............................................................................................................................................. 49 49 49 49
13.1 Manufacturer's documents / suppliers
13.1.1 Gearbox..................................................................................................................... 50
13.1.2 Motor ......................................................................................................................... 98
Subsidiaries Subsidiaries Subsidiaries Subsidiaries










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Safety
1.1 General notes
Always keep the operating and maintenance instructions close by the machine.
If problems cannot be solved with reference to the operating and maintenance instructions,
please contact the manufacturer.
Observe the following points in addition to these operating and maintenance instructions:
Prohibition, warning and mandatory signs, warning notes on the machine
Relevant laws and ordinances
Statutory provisions on accident prevention
Corresponding harmonised standards and regulations
1.2 Safety and warning notes
Comply with safety and warning notes for safe and efficient use of the product.
Signal words for specific dangers and (possible) consequences are explained below. These
are supplemented by symbols (pictograms) if necessary.
1.2.1 Warning notes
1.2.2 Danger symbols
NOTICE
Caution for machine!
Possible danger.
Material damage can occur.
CAUTION
Caution for people and machine!
Possible danger.
Minor injury or damage to property can occur.
WARNING
Warning for people!
Possible danger.
Death or serious injury can occur.
DANGER
Danger for people!
Possible danger.
Immediate risk of sever or fatal injury.
Warning:
Suspended load.
Warning:
Dangerous electrical
voltage.
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1.2.3 Information symbols
Instruction to act/take measures
List item
1.3 Dangers that can be caused by the machine
seepex machines are built in accordance with the state of the art.
Nevertheless, there is a residual risk, because the machine works with:
Mechanical movements that pose a danger
Electrical voltages and currents
We have used design measures and applied safety technology to minimise the risk to the
health of people posed by this danger.
1.4 Qualification of the personnel
This handbook is intended for:
Owner
Operators
Setters
Maintenance personnel
1.5 Authorised people
People authorised to undertake operation, set up and maintenance are instructed and trained
specialists employed by the owner/manufacturer.
The owner is responsible for:
Personnel training
Compliance with safety regulations
Compliance with operating and maintenance instructions
The operator must:
Have received instruction
Read and understood the relevant parts of the operating instructions before starting work
Know the safety devices and regulations
NOTICE
Ensure environmen-
tal protection.
Wear eye protection.
Detailed technical knowledge is essential for performing any work on the machine.
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1.5.1 Tasks and information for the owner/operators
Regularly check and maintain the machine, replacing all parts in good time which no longer
guarantee safe operation.
It is essential to comply with the procedure described in the operating instructions for shut-
ting down the machine.
On completion of work, attach all safety and protective devices and make sure they are
functioning.
1.5.2 Safety notes for maintenance, inspection and assembly work
Do not work on the machine or system unless it is stationary and depressurised.
Switch off the master switch and pull out the power plug before starting work on live com-
ponents.
Comply with the procedure for shutting down the machine as described in the Shut-down
chapter.
Decontaminate (de-toxify) machines that are used for pumping media that can be harmful
to health.
Refer to the Initial start-up chapter before repeated start-up of the machine.
1.6 Personal protective equipment
Wear personal protective equipment and/or additional equipment for your own safety.
Avoid/limit risks by the use of collective technical protective equipment or by organisational
measures at work.
1.7 Safety and protective devices
Prior to start-up, bolt seepex machines onto a concrete foundation so as to ensure stability.
Starting and stopping devices must be clearly recognisable. Take appropriate measures to
avoid defects.
No protective device is necessary for checking and/or setting the shaft seal.
Hot surfaces are identified with a danger symbol on the machine.
1.8 Foreseeable misuse
Serious personal injury and damage to property can be caused by:
Incorrect use
Incorrect installation or operation of the machine
Impermissible removal of necessary protective equipment
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1.9 Designated use
Only use seepex machines if they are in perfect condition and in compliance with the oper-
ating and maintenance instructions.
Do not start up the machine unless the system in which the machine is installed is in accor-
dance with the provisions of the applicable guidelines and statutory regulations.
Equivalent sustained sound pressure level at workplaces of operating personnel C75 dB
(A). Cavitation-free operation of the machine and screwed connection to concrete founda-
tion are essential.
seepex machines are components that are exclusively intended for pumping media in ac-
cordance with the technical data ( chapter 3). Written approval must be obtained from the
manufacturer before other media are pumped.
Refer to the information on the type plate and the operating instructions for technical data
( chapter 3), and comply with them.
The operating instructions are assigned to the seepex machine based on the commission
number.
Fig. 1-1 Similar illustration
1.10 Warranty
Warranty in accordance with our terms and conditions of delivery and order confirmation.
It is a condition of the machine warranty that the machine must correspond to the listed op-
erating instructions in accordance with the type plate/data sheet.
All wearing parts are excluded from the warranty.
These operating instructions are subject to copyright. Reproduction is not permitted and will
be punished. Contravention will be pursued through the courts.
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Description of the pump
2.1 General description
seepex pumps are members of the group of rotating displacement pumps.
Characteristic features
Special configuration/arrangement of the rotor and stator pumping elements.
Motion sequence
2.2 Mode of action and pumping principle of the seepex pump
Sealing bands are produced through geometric design/contact of both conveying elements.
Sealing bands ensure a perfect fit between the suction and pressure side.
Result:
Increased pump suction.
Higher pressure build-up independent of speed possible.
2.3 Constructive design
No. Designation
ANT Drive
200 Lantern
307 Plug-in shaft
400 Coupling rod
SEA Shaft seal
500 Suction casing
600 Rotor
RTE Rotating unit
601 Stator
700 Pressure branch
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Technical data
3.1 Data sheet
3.2 Characteristic Curves
3.3 Declaration of conformity / declaration of incorporation
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Data Sheet 287754 Page 1

seepex GmbH
Postfach.PO Box 10 15 64
46215 Bottrop
Scharnhlzstrae 344
46240 Bottrop
Germany
Tel +49.2041.996-0
Fax +49.2041.996-400
info@seepex.com
www.seepex.com
seepex
order no. 114986/2014 commission no. 287754
date 06.02.14 offer no. 500016126/1 001
1402004-14

customer MEURA S.A.


purchase order no. 69563 item/denomination
project 3082 2 4 21

1 off seepex progressive cavity pump


type BN 200 -6L /A6-A5-A5-R0-F1-X

conveying product G 208 BE0005


denomination Maische (Biermaische)
rate of solids no advice viscosity flowable
size of solids < 1 mm pH-value neutral
density 1 - 1,1 kg/dm3 temperature 55-60C
composition no advice
remarks

performance data nom. min max


conveying capacity 32,00 164,00 m3/h
pump speed 58 260 rpm
press in press. branch 2,00 bar
press in suct. branch en charge +/-1 mCE
differential pressure bar operating torque Nm
required drive power 23,90 kW starting torque 1730 Nm
remarks
Tolerances according to seepex standards

technical pump data


range BN kind of install. horizontal
size 200 direction of rot. counter clockwise
pressure stage 6L pos. of branch 1
component material design/option
lantern EN-JL-1040 (gci 25) standard
suction casing 1.4408 enlarged cross section and cleanouts on both sides
suction connection DN 200 PN 10 EN 1092-1 (DIN 2542)

pressure branch 1.4571
pressure connection DN 200 PN 10 EN 1092-1 (DIN 2632)
joint standard standard
joint grease 30321
joint seal EPDM
coupling rod 1.4301 standard with screw
rotor 1.4301 -0,9 (K)
stator EPDM standard
gland housing 1.4408 with seal cage ring, two buffer fluid connect. (F)
packing K 41

plug-in shaft 1.4301 drilled 60x100
special designs

Rechtsform Geschftsfhrender
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HRB 9350 Gelsenkirchen Ulli Seeberger
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Data Sheet 287754 Page 2

seepex GmbH
Postfach.PO Box 10 15 64
46215 Bottrop
Scharnhlzstrae 344
46240 Bottrop
Germany
Tel +49.2041.996-0
Fax +49.2041.996-400
info@seepex.com
www.seepex.com
general operating data
kind of operation 15 toutes les 1h30
site of installation indoor, dry
remarks

drive
type geared motor
make Getriebebau Nord ratio i= 5,290
model SK62F-200LH/4
mounting position IMM1 nom./ min- max
flange dia 350 mm output speed 277/ 58- 260 rpm
output shaft 716/0700-002B4 motor speed 1470/ - rpm
frequency 50/ 11- 47 Hz
type of adjustment frequency control
speed transmitter
speed indication
special/accessories

electric motor
nominal power 30,0 kW voltage 400/690 V
nominal speed 1470 rpm rated frequency 50 Hz
mounting position IM protection IP55
starting dir. at frequ. inv. thermal class F
duty type
special/accessories with 3 PTC thermistors
IE2-motor

Remarks:
constant torque inverter required;
min. starting torque to be 1.5 times of running torque!

painting
execution standard
colour RAL 5002
remarks

packing
packing type
marking

documentation
dimensional drawing no. 262-A36/2000-A-003A4 operating manual 1 copy English
sectional drawing no. 062-002C1 copy
shaft sealing sect.view

QA-documentation
Quality Inspection Certificate DIN 55350-18-4.1.1
CE-sign

order desk Sabine Zanger sales engineer Alexander Herde


phone 02041.996-0 issue 13.02.14 / 12:03

Rechtsform Geschftsfhrender
GmbH Gesellschafter:
HRB 9350 Gelsenkirchen Ulli Seeberger
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BN 200- 6L
287754
13. 02. 2014
Rechtsform: Geschftsfhrender
GmbH Gesellschafter:
HRB 9350 Gelsenkirchen Ulli Seeberger
seepex GmbH
Scharnhlzstrae 344
46240 Bottrop
Postfach 10 15 64
46215 Bottrop
PO Box 10 15 64
46215 Bottrop
Germany

Tel +49.2041.996-0
Fax +49.2041.996-400
info@seepex.com
www.seepex.com
EC declaration of conformity
according to Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC, Annex II A
We hereby declare that the following product
Progressive cavity pump unit
meets the provisions of the directive indicated above, including
the modifications holding at the time of declaration.
The product also meets all the provisions of the following directives:
The following harmonised standards were applied:
Bottrop,
Manufacturer: seepex GmbH
Address: Scharnhlzstrasse 344
D-46240 Bottrop, Germany
Type:
Comm. no.:
2006/95/EC
2004/108/EC
Electrical equipment
Electromagnetic compatibility
DIN EN ISO 12100
DIN EN ISO 13857
DIN EN 809
Safety of machinery
Safety distances, upper and lower limbs
Pumps and pump units for liquids
Issue 03/2011
Issue 06/2008
Issue 10/2012
Responsible for documentation: seepex GmbH
Scharnhlzstrae 344
46240 Bottrop
Tel +49 2041 996 - 0
Fax +49 2041 996 - 400
info@seepex.com
i.V. Klemens Fockenberg
Technology Manager
seepex GmbH
i.V. Roland Hecker
Quality Control Manager
seepex GmbH
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Transport, Intermediate storage, Disposal
4.1 Safety
4.2 Transport
4.2.1 Dimensions, weights and center of gravity
Note the dimensional drawing ( chapter 5.6).
4.2.2 Symbols
Meaning of symbol
4.2.3 Sling points (AP) for lifting devices
4.2.4 Unpacking the machine
Comply with the symbols and notices on the packaging.
Remove the screwed connection between the machine and packaging.
Remove the machine with a lifting machine/industrial truck.
4.3 Temporary storage/Corrosion protection
All seepex machines have corrosion protection applied as standard prior to transport.
CAUTION
Damage to property/injuries due to incorrect transport
Slight injury or damage to property can occur
Comply with the safety notes and transport notes on the packaging.
Use suitable means of transport, lifting devices and tools.
Use protective equipment.
Top Fragile
item
Against moisture
protect
Centre of gravity Lashing points
WARNING
Warning of suspended load.
Death of serious injury can occur.
Use the lashing points (AP) for lifting divices.
Note the centre of gravity ( dimensional drawing, chapter 5.6).
Lifting machine Industrial trucks
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Transport, Intermediate storage, Disposal
4.4 Disposal
NOTICE
Damage to property if corrosion protection is missing
Property damage can occur due to corrosion.
Temporary storage must be in a dry, enclosed, frost-free room in order to provide protec-
tion against ambient influences.
Contact seepex regarding the necessary corrosion protection for temporary storage.
NOTICE
Environmental protection
Material damage can occur.
Drain the pumping medium and dispose of it in accordance with the regulations.
Dispose of the machine with regard to its composition and existing regulations.
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Assembly / Installation
5.1 Mounting tools / lifting gear
5.2 Space requirement
The required space should be determined by considering the following factors:
Dimensions and weight.
Requisite transport and lifting equipment.
Pipe routing dismantling (dimension for stator replacement).
5.2.1 Dimension for stator replacement (P)
5.2.2 Space requirement for service work
Note the following measure:
CAUTION
Pump falling over.
Slight injury or damage to property can occur.
Adhere to the lifting tools starting point.
Pay attention to the dimensions, weight and centre of gravity of the pump.
Use suitable mounting tools/lifting gear.
Refer to the dimensional drawing.
A Provide a working area of approx. 1 m/
40 inch width alongside the pump.
B When changing the stator, provide
suspension points above the stator
and in front of the pressure branch.
C For dismantling/assembly the drive,
provide suspension points above the
drive unit.
D For dismantling/assembly of the suc-
tion casing/hopper, provide suspen-
sion points above the housing.
P Dimension for stator replacement.
P
A
B B
B
D C
A
A
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5.3 Assembly of the complete mounted pump
Assemble according to technical data (chapter 3.).
Note the dimensional drawing.
Tension-free mounting of the pump
Balance unevenness with suitable supports..
Applies to mounting on foundations/load-bearing elements.
Total areas of all pump bearing areas are resting on the surface.
Correct position of the drives
All drives are set up ready for operation and mounted.
Correct displacements of the drive during transport/installation of the pump by adjusting/fix-
ing the drive.
5.4 Power supply of the seepex pump
5.5 Pipelines
5.5.1 Suction and pressure connection
Refer to the dimensional drawing for position, nominal width and standard.
Note the direction of rotation/flow direction.
5.5.2 Pipeline dimensions
Adhere to specifications regarding pressure in the pressure respectively suction connec-
tion.
Note technical data (chapter 3.).
Nominal width of suction pipe =nominal width of pump suction connection.
5.5.3 Residue-free pipelines
5.5.4 Tension-free assembly
Assemble pipelines and other components in a tension-free manner on the pump.
CAUTION
Safety protective devices.
Slight injury or damage to property can occur.
Connect safety protection devices and activate.
DANGER
Line voltage and line frequency
Death or serious injury can occur.
Note the type plate on the pump.
Pay attention to manufactures directions (chapter 13.).
Pay attention to safety regulations.
NOTICE
Damage to property through assembly residue.
No claims under guarantee if violated.
Keep all pipelines free from foreign objects.
Remove weld spatter, screws, steel chips, etc.
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Commissioning / De-commissioning
Master Copy
6.1 Commissioning report
Send commissioning report online to
www.seepex.com\
From:
Must be specified with every order!
Commission: Model: Contact person: .............................................
_________________________ _____________________
Tel.: ................................................................
Fax: ...............................................................
E-mail: ...........................................................
Customer Service:
seepex GmbH
Postfach 10 15 64
D-46215 Bottrop
Germany Phone:+49 2041.996-231
Fax: +49 2041.996-431
Address of plant:
.......................................................................
Rest of
Europe
Phone:+49 2041.996-224
Fax: +49 2041.996-424
.......................................................................
.......................................................................
service@seepex.com Outside
Europe
Phone:+49 2041.996-120
Fax: +49 2041.996-432
.......................................................................
.......................................................................
Delivery date:
Date of installation:
Assembly check carried out on:
Please enter operational data:
Conveying liquid:
Temperature:
Fuse level/motor protection or power
consumption
Frequency control no
yes If yes:
Supplied by seepex
Supplied by customer
Frequency:
Speed:
Power
consumption:
________________________________ _______________________________________
Place, date Signature / company stamp
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6.2 Measures before commissioning
Note the technical data ( chapter 3.).
6.2.1 Checking pipelines
6.2.2 Protective devices on the pump
6.2.3 Electrical/hydraulic connections
Check flange screwed connections (SCH).
Check threaded connections (G).
NOTICE
Ensure the liquid can flow through without obstruction.
Malfunction and/or irreparable damage to the pump.
Open all shut-off elements before switching on the pump.
DANGER
Missing protective device.
Danger of pulling in and crushing.
Equip the pump with a protective device. Protective devices provided for preventing con-
tact with surfaces or moving parts must be regarded as suitable if contact is not possible
in a test involving a test finger, with regard to the penetration possibility, strength and shock
resistance.
Comply with national protection regulations.
In pumps with an open suction flange/feed hopper, attach touch protection. These safety
clearances protect those persons who are attempting to reach danger areas without addi-
tional help and under the conditions defined for various situations of reaching up, reaching
under or reaching through
In shaft seals, touch protection is only necessary if there are components on the rotating
shaft.
DANGER
Dangerous voltage.
Death or serious injury can occur.
Note safety regulations.
Disconnect motor from all sources of energy.
Secure electrical connections against restarting.
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6.2.4 Direction of rotation check
6.2.5 Additional devices - optional
Refer to additional devices ( chapter 12.1).
6.3 Initial commissioning/repeated commissioning
Start up the pump.
6.3.1 Avoid dry running of the pump
6.3.2 Pressure in the suction and pressure connection
Recommendation:
Assemble an oil-filled contact pressure gauge to monitor and deactivate the pump.
flow direction
The pump direction of rotation determines
the flow direction of the pumping medium.
Note the direction of rotation arrow on the
type plate.
counter clockwise clockwise
NOTICE
Dry running of the pump.
Malfunction and/or irreparable damage to the pump.
Fill the suction casing with liquid in order to lubricate the pumping elements.
NOTICE
High temperature between rotor and stator.
Stator material burned.
Complete failure of the pump.
Make sure that the suction-side conveying capacity does not cavitate.
If this cannot be guaranteed on the machine side, assemble a seepex dry running
protection (TSE).
CAUTION
High pressure.
Malfunction and/or irreparable damage to the shaft seal or pump.
Maintain pressure in the suction connection in accordance with the technical data
( chapter 3.).
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6.4 De-commissioning
Protect the pump and additional devices against the following:
Frost
Deposit of solids
Sedimentation from the liquid
Corrosion of parts that come into contact with the medium
6.4.1 Switching off the pump
6.4.2 Emptying the pump
To drain the pump:
If the pump housing has screwed plugs, remove the screwed plugs.
Drain using a connection branch (suction casing, pressure branch) if the pump housing is
coated or the housing does not have screwed plugs.
Drain the residual liquid from the pump housing.
Drain the pipelines on the suction and pressure sides, or shut off behind the pump connec-
tions.
DANGER
Dangerous voltage.
Death or serious injury can occur.
Note safety regulations.
Disconnect motor from all sources of energy.
Secure electrical connections against restarting.
CAUTION
Liquid draining out.
Minor injury or damage to property can occur.
Wear suitable protective clothing.
Refer to the technical data ( chapter 3.) for the corresponding configuration of the pump
housing.
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Commissioning / De-commissioning
6.4.3 Removing the pump
Pipeline dismantling
Pipeline dismantling
6.4.4 Preservation/storage of the pump
WARNING
Risk of pump tipping or falling.
Death or serious injury can occur.
Support the drive unit to guarantee stability.
Remove flange bolts (SCH) and flange
seals (DFL).
with/without base plate
Remove bolts (SCH) from the pump feet.
Remove threaded connections (G).
with/without base plate
Remove bolts (SCH) from the pump feet.
NOTICE
Damage to property due to lack of corrosion protection.
Property damage can occur due to corrosion.
Contact seepex to discuss suitable preservation measures.
State the commission number of the pump.
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Maintenance
7.1 Preventive measures
7.1.1 Pump down-time
7.2 Lubrication
The maintenance personnel must have these operating instructions, follow them and also
require corresponding qualifications.
DANGER
Dangerous voltage.
Death or serious injury can occur.
Note safety regulations.
Disconnect pump from all sources of energy.
Secure electrical connections against restarting.
NOTICE
Pump down-time.
Production failure due to wear.
Acquisition of a set of wearing parts and a set of gaskets.
No. Denomination Lubricant Lubricant change in
operating hours
Fill volume
1 Pin joint seepex special grease
(30321)
10000 h 147 cm
3
2 Pin joint seepex special grease
(30321)
10000 h 147 cm
3
3 Drive Refer to manufacturer's documentation (chapter 13._)
Rotor/stator Conveying medium --- ---
Shaft seal Conveying medium --- ---
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Maintenance
7.2.1 Joint grease
7.3 Inspection
NOTICE
Other grease types.
Malfunction and/or irreparable damage to the joints or the pump.
Exclusively use seepex special grease.
Component Interval Action
J oints Every 10,000 operating hours Renew joint grease
Stator Every week Visual check for leaks
Shaft seal Every week Visual check for leaks
Drive unit Every 3000 operating hours,
at least every 6 months
Comply with manufacturer's
documentation
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Malfunctions, causes, rectification
Refer to technical data (chapter 3.) for application range of the pump.
Malfunction Causes Rectification
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X X X Static friction between sta-
tor/rotor too great.
Apply lubricant (liquid soap)
between stator and rotor.
X Incorrect direction of rota-
tion.
Check direction of rotation
and swap over motor con-
nections if necessary.
X X X X X Suction pipe or shaft seal
leaking.
Eliminate leaks.
X X X X Suction head too great. Check the suction head, if
necessary increase pipe
cross section on suction
pipe and use a larger filter,
open suction-side valve
fully.
X X X Viscosity of conveying
product too great.
Check/adapt (data sheet).
X X X Pump rotation speed
incorrect.
Correct rotation speed (data
sheet).
X X Avoid air bubbles in the
conveying product.
X X X X X Pressure head too great. Check pressure head with
pressure gauge, reduce
pressure head by using
larger pressure pipe
crossed section or shorten-
ing the pressure pipe.
X X X X X Pump running partially/
completely dry.
Check there is adequate
conveying product avail-
able on the suction side.
Dry running protection DRP.
X X Check coupling. If necessary, move pump in
relation to drive, check wear
on coupling gear, re-adjust
coupling if necessary.
X X Rotation speed too low. Increase rotation speed for
low-viscosity media/large
suction volume.
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X X X Rotation speed too high. Reduce rotation speed for
high-viscosity media, risk
of cavitation.
X Joint play too large. Check mounting of cou-
pling rod bushing.
X X X X X Foreign objects in pump. Dismantle pump, remove
foreign bodies, replace
defective parts.
X X X X Stator/rotor worn. Dismantle pump and
renew defective parts.
X X X X Joint parts worn. Renew joint parts, use
seepex pin joint grease.
X X X X Suction pipe blocked. Clean the suction pipe.
X X X X X Temperature of pumping
liquid too high.
Check temperature, use
an undersize rotor.
X X X X X Gland packing too firm/
worn.
Loosen packing gland or
tighten. Renew unusable
packing rings.
X X X X Solid content and/or grain
size too great.
Reduce pump speed,
install screen with permit-
ted mesh width. Increase
liquid proportion.
X X X X Sedimentation/gumming of
solids when pump station-
ary.
Rinse through and clean
the pump immediately.
X X X X X Conveying product hard-
ens when the temperature
drops below a certain limit.
Heat the pump.
X X X X Stator swollen and unable
to withstand conveying
product.
Select a suitable stator
material, use an under-
size rotor.
X X Bearings in pump drive
housing or drive unit
defective.
Renew bearings.
X Mechanical seal defective. Check sliprings and O-
rings for wear/resistance,
renew if necessary.
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Dismantling / Reassembly
9.1 Pump Dismantling/Reassembly
Range: BN
Size: 05-24 bis 300-6L
9.1.1 Preparing the pump for dismantling
9.1.2 Dismantling
9.1.2.1 Pressure branch (700) - Dismantling
DANGER
Dangerous voltage.
Death or serious injury can occur.
Note safety regulations.
Disconnect motor from all sources of energy.
Secure electrical connections against restarting.
Empty pipelines.
Allow pipelines to cool down.
Remove pipeline connections (suction
side/pressure side).
Note decommissioning ( chapter 6.4).
WARNING
Risk of pump tipping or falling.
Death or serious injury can occur.
Fasten the lantern (200) to secure the
pump.
Prop up stator (601) with a support (S).
Remove screw fitting (604, 606).
Remove pressure branch (700).
Remove tie bolt (602).
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9.1.2.2 Stator (601) - Dismantling
9.1.2.3 Suction casing (500) - Dismantling
9.1.2.4 Rotating unit (RTE) - Dismantling
with flush connection
Raise/move splash ring (310).
Remove the plug-in shaft pin (309).
Insert tool (WS).
Turn tool (WS) upwards.
Tool (W2/chain wrench)
Add lubricant (GM) to the opening on
pressure branch side between the rotor
(600) and the stator (601).
Turn the stator (601) in the leftt rotating
direction and remove.
Use tool (W2).
Prop up the rotor (600) with support (S).
Put a protective cover (SH) on the rotor
(600).
Prop up rotor (600) with a support (S).
Remove screw fitting (506, 507, 509).
Remove suction casing (500) and casing
gasket (501).
Remove tool (WS).
Tool (W10/dismantling tool)
Tool (W9/mounting lever)
Remove the flush connection (SS) on the
shaft seal casing (SEA).
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Dismantling / Reassembly
without flush connection
Assemble tool (W10/dismantling tool).
Pull the rotating unit (RTE) with shaft seal
(SEA) off from the output shaft of the drive
(ANT).
Use tool (W9/mounting lever).
Dismantle tool (W10/dismantling tool).
Pull off the splash ring (310).
Pull off the shaft seal casing (SEA).
Note dismantling shaft seal
( chapter 9.4).
Assemble tool (W10/dismantling tool).
Pull the rotating unit (RTE) with shaft seal
(SEA) off from the output shaft of the drive
(ANT).
Use tool (W9/mounting lever).
Dismantle tool (W10/dismantling tool).
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9.1.2.5 Rotor (600), coupling rod (400), plug-in shaft (307) - Dismantling
9.1.2.6 Lantern (200)/drive (ANT) - Dismantling
9.1.3 Reassembly
9.1.3.1 Lantern (200)/drive (ANT) - Reassembly
Pull off the splash ring (310).
Pull off the shaft seal casing (SEA).
Note dismantling shaft seal
( chapter 9.4).
J oint (G) dismantling note rotating unit -
individual parts ( chapter 9.2).
CAUTION
Falling or tilting drive.
Slight injury can occur.
Secure the drive (ANT).
Remove the screw fitting (210, 212, 213).
Remove the drive (ANT).
WARNING
Risk of pump tipping or falling.
Death or serious injury can occur.
Fasten the lantern (200) to secure the
pump.
Clean the flange bearing surfaces (FLS),
bolt circle (ZD) and the output shaft of the
drive unit (ANT).
Mount the drive (ANT) to the lantern (200)
with screw fittings (210, 212, 213).
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9.1.3.2 Rotor (600), coupling rod (400), plug-in shaft (307) - Reassembly
9.1.3.3 Rotating unit (RTE) - Reassembly
with flush connection
9.1.3.4 Suction casing (500) - Reassembly
9.1.3.5 Stator (601) - Reassembly
J oint (G) reassembly note rotating unit -
individual parts ( chapter 9.2).
Slide on shaft seal casing (SEA).
Note reassembly shaft seal
( chapter 9.4).
Moisten splash ring (310) and plug-in shaft
(307) with antiseize graphite petroleum.
Slide splash ring (310) onto plug-in shaft
(307).
Observe fitting position of splash ring
(see lettering).
Apply antiseize graphite petroleum to the
output shaft of drive (ANT).
Slide on rotating unit (RTE).
Mount the flush connection (SS).
Put a protective cover (SH) on the rotor
(600).
Prop up rotor (600) with a support (S).
Push on the casing gasket (501).
Mount and align the suction casing (500)
with screw fitting (506, 507, 509).
Use spirit level (W).
Remove the protective cover (SH).
Insert tool (WS).
Turn tool (WS) down.
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9.1.3.6 Pressure branch (700) - Reassembly
Tool (W2/chain wrench)
Moisten outer surface of the rotor (600)
with lubricant (GM).
Moisten inner surface of the stator (601)
with lubricant (GM).
Prop up stator (601) with support (S).
Turn stator (601) in the right rotating
direction and slide onto rotor (600).
Use tool (W2).
Remove tool (WS).
Slide in plug-in shaft pin (309).
Pay attention to the position of the splash
ring (310).
Insert the splash ring collar at a distance of
0.5 mm from the lantern (200).
Prop up stator (601) with a support (S).
Insert tie bolts (602) loosely into the
suction casing (500).
Push pressure branch (700) on to the
stator (601).
Insert tie bolts (602) loosely in the
pressure branch (700).
Remove the support (S).
Mount screw fitting (604, 606).
Tighten tie bolts (602) equally.
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Dismantling / Reassembly
9.2 Rotating unit individual parts
9.2.1 Dismantling
9.2.1.1 Holding band (406, 407) - dismantling
9.2.1.2 Retaining sleeve (401) - dismantling
9.2.1.3 Detach joint
CAUTION
Danger of injury.
Parts might be thrown out.
Wear safety glasses.
Detach holding band loop (SCL).
Use suitable tool (WH).
Push out parts of holding band loop (SCL).
Remove holding band (406, 407).
Pull back universal joint sleeve (405).
Knock back retaining sleeve (401).
Use suitable tool (WM).
Tool (W5/drift)
Eject coupling rod pins (402).
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Dismantling / Reassembly
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9.2.2.1 Rotor (600)
9.2.2.2 Coupling rod (400)
Bend (A) the coupling rod (400). Knock
guide bushing (403) out with tool (W5).
Remove coupling rod (400).
Remove any damage.
Clean rotor (600).
Tool (W4/assembly mandrel)
Press in guide bushings (403)
(depth =2/3).
Use tool (W4).
Clean the coupling rod (400).
Examine bore head for wear.
If wearing is detected on the bore
head, replace the coupling rod (400).
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9.2.3 Rotating unit (RTE) - individual parts - reassembly
9.2.3.1 Coupling rod (400) - reassembly
Slide the universal joint sleeve (405) and holding bands (406, 407) onto coupling rod (400).
Fit the diameter and width of the holding band of the universal joint sleeve.
Fill the joint head with seepex joint grease.
Rotor (600)
Remove any damage.
Clean rotor (600).
Tool (W4/assembly mandrel)
Press in guide bushings (403)
(depth =2/3).
Use tool (W4).
NOTICE
Malfunction of the joints.
Malfunction and/or destruction of joints.
Replace coupling rod pins (402) and guide bushings (403) jointly.
Insert coupling rod pins (402).
Slide on retaining sleeve (401).
Connect rotor/coupling rod.
Tool (W5/drift)
Slide in the coupling rod pins (402).
Knock the guide bushings (403) in.
Use tool (W5).
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9.2.3.2 Retaining sleeve (401) - reassembly
Rotor (600) unhardened material
Rotor (600) hardened material
Insert coupling rod pins (402).
Slide on retaining sleeve (401).
Connect plug-in shaft/coupling rod.
Tool (W5/drift)
Slide in the coupling rod pins (402).
Knock the guide bushings (403) in.
Use tool (W5).
Tool (W4/assembly mandrel)
Knock back retaining sleeve (401).
Use tool (W4).
Secure retaining sleeve (401) in a dis-
placed manner (2x180).
Use suitable tool (WK).
Secure retaining sleeve (401) in a dis-
placed manner (2x180).
Use suitable tool (WK).
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Dismantling / Reassembly
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Moisten the surface of coupling rod (400) /
inner surface of universal joint sleeve
(405) with joint grease (maintenance
chapter 7.).
Slide on universal joint sleeve (405).
Remove air from the inside of the joint.
Use suitable tool (WS).
Assemble the holding band.
Holding band assembly
( chapter 9).
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9.3 Holding band - assembly
9.3.1 Prepare the holding band
Only use prefabricated double-band holding bands may.
9.3.2 Check the holding band
9.3.3 Assemble the holding band
9.3.4 Correct tension of holding band (HBD)
Bent-over holding band (HBD) is in con-
tact with holding band loop (SCL) to avoid
damaging universal joint sleeve.
Press on holding band (HBD) using tool
(WZ) if necessary.
Use tool (W3/mounting tool)
Feed holding band into tool (W3).
Hold ends of holding band with the eccen-
tric lever (EX).
Turn the crank (KU) until the holding band
is strained and lies against the holding
band loop (SCL).
Carefully pull the holding band together
until it is in contact with the circular groove
of universal joint sleeve.
Correct
The holding band (HBD) has drawn in the out
shape of the universal joint sleeve and is
firmly seated.
Incorrect
The holding band (HBD) is too loose, can slip
off.
Incorrect
The holding band (HBD) is too tight, univer-
sal joint sleeve will be damaged/sheared off.
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9.3.5 Cant up the holding band
9.3.6 Shear the holding band (material: 1.4301; 1.4401)
9.3.7 Check the holding band after assembly
Swivel mounting tool (W3) approx. 60 up-
wards.
Loosen crank (KU) by a half turn.
Swivel cutting lever (SH) forward until the
pressure piece is lying behind the holding
band loop (SCL).
Hit the cutting lever (SH) with the inside of
your hand.
Cant up and shear the end of the
holding band behind the loop (SCL).
Carefully straighten up the holding
band (HBD) if it rises up on the
sheared side.
NOTICE
Universal joint seal damage.
Pin joint grease can emerge.
Avoid hammering or striking.
The holding band must lie in the groove of
the universal joint sleeve.
Replace the holding band if the holding
band slips back through the loop.
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Shaft Sealing-
Design
Gland Packing
seepex Code F
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Safety for Shaft Sealings
(in compliance with DIN EN 809)

Sufficient precautions must be taken to prevent
the emergence into the atmosphere of any leakage
constituting a hazard due to its toxicity, explosive-
ness or combustibility. The leakage must be dis-
posed of at a safe location. Always pay due regard to
the applicable national standards and specifica-tions.

2.
Shaft Sealing

2.1
Operating Conditions

The permissible operating conditions and material
combination are matched with the particular
application in each case and are indicated in the data
sheet of the associated pump.

2.2
Design

5 packing rings
1 seal cage ring
2 connections

The volume of buffer fluid
is reduced vor vacuum
operation. The frictional
heat is carried off through
secound connection.
The buffer fluid prevents
the conveying medium
from penetrating the
packing, assures that
lubrication takes place
between packing and
shaft and reduces wear

associated operating instructions OM.SEA.01e
2.3
Buffer Fluid Connection

Prior to commissioning the relevant shutoff organs
must be opened. The buffer fluid pressure must be set
to a level at least 0.5-1 bar above the pressure
requiring to be sealed off.

Any liquid can be used as buffer fluid as long as it
does not endanger the corrosion resistance of the
parts it comes into contact with and is compatible with
the conveying medium.
The buffer fluid must be free from solids and not
prone to deposits.

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Spare parts
10.1 Spare parts list
10.2 Sectional drawing and parts list
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Spare parts
Version for copying
10.1 Spare parts list
Spare parts can be ordered online or requested from
www.seepex.com\
Type: BN 05-24 to 300-6L
Request Order
Sender:
Must be included in every order or enquiry!
Commission: Type: Contact: .........................................................
Tel.: ................................................................
_________________________ _______________________ Fax: ...............................................................
E-mail: ...........................................................
Customer service:
seepex GmbH
Postfach 10 15 64
D-46215 Bottrop
service@seepex.com
Germany Tel +492041.996-231
Fax +492041.996-431
Delivery address:
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Fax +492041.996-424
Outside Europe Tel +492041.996-120
Fax +492041.996-432
No. Quantity Component Material Comment
Minor set of wearing parts
301 1 Set of packing rings according to data sheet (chapter 3.1)
311 1 Rinse ring
330 1 Mechanical seal according to data sheet (chapter 3.1)
601 1 Stator
Major set of wearing parts
301 1 Set of packing rings according to data sheet (chapter 3.1)
307 1 Plug-in shaft
330 1 Mechanical seal according to data sheet (chapter 3.1)
400 1 Coupling rod with coupling
rod bushings
402 2 Coupling rod pin
403 4 Guide bushing
405 2 Universal joint sleeve
406 2 Holding band, large
407 2 Holding band, small
600 1 Rotor
601 1 Stator
__________________________________ _______________________________________
Place, date Signature / company stamp
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Spare parts
Version for copying
No. Quantity Component Material Comment
Set of gaskets
301 1 Set of packing rings according to data sheet (chapter 3.1)
310 1 Splash ring according to data sheet (chapter 3.1)
330 1 Mechanical seal
501 1 Casing gasket
503 3 Sealing ring
511 2 O-ring/cleaning cover
517 2 Sealing ring
706 1 Sealing ring
Plug-in shaft & shaft seal
301 Set of packing rings according to data sheet (chapter 3.1)
307 Plug-in shaft
309 Plug-in shaft pin
310 Splash ring according to data sheet (chapter 3.1)
330 Mechanical seal according to data sheet (chapter 3.1)
Coupling rod & joint parts
400 Coupling rod with coupling
rod bushings
401 Retaining sleeve
402 Coupling rod pin
403 Guide bushing
405 Universal joint sleeve
406 Holding band, large
407 Holding band, small
401-407 Complete set of joint parts
Conveying elements
600 Rotor
601 Stator
Miscellaneous parts
501 Casing gasket
098 Pin joint grease 1 cartridge =300 g (approx. 315 cm)
Grease quantity according to maintenance
(chapter 7._)
__________________________________ _______________________________________
Place, date Signature / company stamp
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Baureihe BN Range BN Srie BN
Schnittzeichnung Nr. sectional drawing no. plan no.
062-002_1 062-002_1 062-002_1
Benennung denomination dsignation
Stck. Pos. Stck. / Pos. Qty. / Item Qt. / Poste
1 200 Laterne lantern lanterne
2 202 Halbrundkerbngel round head grooved pins rivet
1 203 Typenschild type plate plaque signalitique
4 210 6kt-Schraube hexagon bolt vis
211 6kt-Schraube hexagon bolt vis
4 212 Federring spring washer rondelle frein
4 213 6kt-Mutter hexagon nut crou
1 300 Stopfbuchsgehuse gland housing boitier de presse toupe
6 301 Packungsring packing ring tresses
1 302 Stopfbuchsbrille packing gland fouloir
2 303 Hammerschraube gland bolt vis de fouloir
2 304 6kt-Mutter hexagon nut crou
1 307 Steckwelle plug-in shaft arbre broche
1 309 Steckwellenbolzen plug-in shaft pin cheville pour arbre broche
1 310 Spritzring splash ring bague de projection
1 400 Kuppelstange coupling rod barre d'accouplement
2 401 Gelenkhlse retaining sleeve douille d'articulation
2 402 Kuppelstangenbolzen coupling rod pin axe d'articulation
4 403 Fhrungsbuchse guide bushing douille de guidage
2 404 Kuppelstangenbuchse coupling rod bushing chemise d'axe
2 405 Manschette universal joint sleeve manchette
2 406 Halteband holding band collier de serrage
2 407 Halteband holding band collier de serrage
1 500 Sauggehuse suction casing carter d'aspiration
1 501 Sauggehusedichtung casing gasket tanchit du carter d'aspiration
3 502 Verschlussschraube screwed plug bouchon de vidange
3 503 Dichtring sealing ring joint d'tanchit
4 506 6kt-Schraube hexagon bolt vis
4 507 Fcherscheibe fan type lock washer rondelle dents chevauchantes
extrieures
4 509 6kt-Mutter hexagon nut crou
2 ) 510 Reinigungsdeckel cleanout couvercle de nettoyage
2 ) 511 Dichtung gasket tanchit
8 ) 512 6kt-Schraube hexagon bolt vis
2 ) 516 Verschlussschraube screwed plug bouchon de vidange
2 ) 517 Dichtring sealing ring joint d'tanchit
1 600 Rotor rotor rotor
1 601 Stator stator stator
4 602 Spannschraube tie bolt tirant
8 604 6kt-Mutter hexagon nut crou
8 606 Scheibe washer rondelle
1 607 Sttzbock trestle pied
1 700 Druckstutzen pressure branch bride de refoulement
1 705 Verschlussschraube screwed plug bouchon de vidange
1 706 Dichtring sealing ring joint d'tanchit
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Benennung denomination dsignation
Stck. Pos. Stck. / Pos. Qty. / Item Qt. / Poste
098 seepex Gelenkfett seepex joint grease seepex graisse d' articulations
Typ und Fllmenge: type and filling quantity: sommaire pour type et quantit:
Betriebs- und Montageanleitung
entnehmen
see operating and assembly
instruction
voir instructions de montage et
de fonctionnement
Verschleiteile und Dichtungen: Wear parts and sealings: pices d'usure et tanchits:
Betriebs- und Montageanleitung
entnehmen
see operating and assembly
instruction
voir instructions de montage et
de fonctionnement
Werkzeuge: Tools: Outils:
Betriebs- und Montageanleitung
entnehmen
see operating and assembly
instruction
voir instructions de montage et
de fonctionnement
versetzt gezeichnet drawn displaced plan separ
) Option option option
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Spare parts can be ordered online or requested from
www.seepex.com\
Must be specified with every order!
Sender:
Commission: Mark tool! Contact: .........................................................
Tel.: ................................................................
__________________________ X Fax: ...............................................................
E-mail: ...........................................................
Customer service:
seepex GmbH
Postfach 10 15 64
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Delivery address:
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For installation of: Packing gland Stator Coupling rod
bushings
Tool no. W1
W2 W14
Denomination: Packing lever
Chain pipe wrench +
replacment chain
Pressing tool
Order no. PKZ KRZ PWZ
For installation of: Rotating unit
Holding band J oint J oint Plug-in shaft
Tool no. W3 W4 W5 W10
Denomination: Mounting tool Assembly mandrel Drift Dismantling tool
Order no. MHB MTD DHS AZV
For installation of: General
Tool no. W9
Denomination: Mounting lever
Order no. MHL
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Related documents
12.1 Additional components
12.2 Technical information
12.3 Manufacturer's documents shaft seal
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Electrical Connection of Frequency Inverters Dokument / document
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1.0 Connection of the drive motor to a frequency inverter
NOTICE
Heed the technical information and information in the manufacturers operating instructions
when installing and commissioning the frequency inverter.
Perform the connection of the frequency inverter and motor in accordance with the table.
An incorrect motor connection causes considerable reduction in motor performance.
The pump may possibly not start, or it might cause the drive to overheat.
Details motor type place
(nominal motor voltage / circuit
arrangement)
Line voltage of the
frequency inverter
Output voltage of the
frequency inverter
Motor connection
230 V / 400 V Y 1 x 230 V AC 3 x 0 to 230 V Delta
230 V / 400 V Y 3 x 400 V AC 3 x 0 to 400 V Star Y
400 V / 690 V Y 3 x 400 V AC 3 x 0 to 400 V Delta
1.1 Standard three phase current squirrel cage motors with PTC thermistors
Delta connection ()
Motor terminal board
Star connection (Y)
Motor terminal board
1.2 Self ventilated and force ventilated motors
Do not load self ventilated motors with nominal torque in the lower speed range (up to
approx. 20Hz.).
- Motor ventilation does not provide adequate cooling.
Self ventilated motors must be equipped with a PTC temperature monitoring device for
speed control by means of a frequency inverter.
Force ventilated motors may be loaded with nominal torque for the complete speed range.
Connect force ventilators to a separate terminal board on the fan cover.
Heed type plate details of the force ventilator or see separate terminal connection diagram.
1.3 Setting up the frequency inverter
The power output of the frequency inverter must correspond to the motor power.
- Where applicable the power of the inverter can be customised to the motor rating by
adjusting the parameters.
The pump requires a higher torque to start (breakaway torque).
- This required torque can only be achieved by frequency inverters, which make 1.5 times
the rated current for the motor available for at least 30s.
- The operating torque is approximately constant throughout the whole speed range
where the conveying pressure remains constant.
Head the following frequency inverter characteristic curves (Item 1.3.1, 1.3.2).
- The quadratic characteristic curve, which is frequently designated the pump and
ventilator characteristic curve, is not suitable for progressive cavity pumps
W2 U2 V2
U1 V1 W1
L3 L2 L1 PTC
PTC L3 L2 L1
W1 V1 U1
W2 U2 V2
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1.3.1 Linear voltage / frequency characteristic curve up to mains frequency
1.3.2 Linear voltage / frequency characteristic curve up to levels above the mains frequency
1.3.3 Linear voltage / frequency characteristic curve with the installation of a magnetic bias
(StartBoost)
If problems arise when starting the pump which make a higher breakaway torque
necessary, these should be resolved by the adjustment of a magnetic bias. In the case of
the magnetic bias the drive is supplied with current by the frequency inverter at just 0Hz.
NOTICE
Magnetisation current set too high
Damage to the motor due to overheating.
Heed the frequency inverter manufacturers instructions when setting the magnetic bias.
100
50
U [%]
f
mains
f
mains
f f
max.
(f = 50/60 Hz)
U [%]
100
50
f
f
mains mains
f
Mains
(f = 50/60 Hz)
U [%]
f
max.
f
mains
f
(f = 50/60 Hz)
mains
mains
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Appendix
13.1 Manufacturer's documents / suppliers
available
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Intelligent Drivesystems, Worldwide Services
B1000
Operating and Assembly Instructions for
Gear Units and Geared Motors
GB
DRIVESYSTEMS
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Contents
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1. Notes ................................................................................................................................. 4
1.1 General information ........................................................................................................ 4
1.2 Safety and information symbols ...................................................................................... 4
1.3 Correct use ...................................................................................................................... 4
1.4 Safety information ........................................................................................................... 5
1.5 Other documents............................................................................................................. 6
1.6 Disposal .......................................................................................................................... 6
2. Description of gear units ................................................................................................ 7
2.1 Type designations and gear unit types ........................................................................... 7
2.2 Name plate ...................................................................................................................... 8
3. Assembly instructions, storage, preparation, installation .......................................... 9
3.1 Storing the gear unit ........................................................................................................ 9
3.2 Long-term storage ........................................................................................................... 9
3.3 Transporting the gear unit ............................................................................................. 10
3.4 Preparing for installation ............................................................................................... 10
3.5 Installing the gear unit ................................................................................................... 11
3.6 Fitting hubs on the gear shafts ...................................................................................... 12
3.7 Fitting push-on gear units ............................................................................................. 13
3.8 Fitting shrink discs ........................................................................................................ 15
3.9 Fitting the covers ........................................................................................................... 16
3.10 Fitting a standard motor .............................................................................................. 17
3.11 Retrospective paintwork .............................................................................................. 18
3.12 Fitting the cooling coil to the cooling system .............................................................. 19
4. Commissioning .............................................................................................................. 20
4.1 Checking the oil level .................................................................................................... 20
4.2 Activating the automatic lubricant dispenser ................................................................ 20
4.3 Operation with lubricant cooling .................................................................................... 21
4.4 Running-in time for the worm gear unit ......................................................................... 21
4.5 Checklist ........................................................................................................................ 21
5. Service and maintenance .............................................................................................. 22
5.1 Service and maintenance intervals ............................................................................... 22
5.2 Service and maintenance work ..................................................................................... 22
6. Appendix ......................................................................................................................... 26
6.1 Versions and maintenance ........................................................................................... 26
6.2 Torque values ............................................................................................................... 38
6.3 Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................ 38
6.4 Lubricants ...................................................................................................................... 39
6.5 Lubricant quantities ....................................................................................................... 41
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1. Notes
1.1 General information
Read the Operating Manual carefully prior to performing any work on or putting the gear unit into
operation. Strict compliance with the instructions in this Operating Manual is essential.
Getriebebau NORD accepts no liability for damage to persons, materials or assets as a result of
the non-observance of this Operating Manual, operating errors or incorrect use. General wearing
parts, e.g. radial seals are excluded from the warranty.
If additional components are attached to or installed in the gear unit (e.g. motor, cooling
system, pressure sensor etc.) or components (e.g. cooling system) are supplied with the
order, the operating instructions for these components must be observed.
If geared motors are used, compliance with the Motor Operating Manual is also necessary.
If you do not understand the contents of this Operating Manual or additional operating
instructions, please consult Getriebebau NORD!
1.2 Safety and information symbols
Please always observe the following safety and information symbols!
Danger!
Risk of fatalities and injury
Attention!
Machine may be damaged
Note!
Useful information
1.3 Correct use
These gear units generate a rotational movement and are intended for use in commercial
systems. The gear unit must only be used according to the information in the technical
documentation from Getriebebau NORD.
Danger!
Use in explosion hazard areas is prohibited.
Strict compliance with the technical data on the rating plate is essential.
The documentation must be observed.
Appropriate safety measures must be taken for applications where failure of a gear unit or
geared motor may result in injury.
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1.4 Safety information
All work including transportation, storage, installation, electrical connection, commissioning,
servicing, maintenance and repair must be performed only by qualified specialist personnel.
It is recommended that repairs to NORD Products are carried out by the NORD Service
department.
Danger!
Installation and maintenance work must only be performed when gear units are at a standstill
and have cooled down. The drive must be isolated and secured to prevent accidental start-up.
CAUTION! Depending on the operating conditions, the temperature of the gear unit may
exceed 60C. Danger of burns! Protection against accidental contact may need to be
installed.
Tighten the drive elements or secure the parallel key before switching on.
Danger!
Only use the eyebolts attached to the gear unit for transport. No additional loads may be
attached. Transportation aids and lifting gear must have an adequate load-bearing capacity.
If geared motors have an additional eyebolt attached to the motor, this must also be used. Avoid
pulling the eyebolts at an angle. The thread of the eyebolt must be fully screwed in.
Observe all safety information, including that provided in the individual sections of this
Operating Manual. All national and other regulations on safety and accident prevention must
also be observed.
Danger!
Serious physical and property damage may result from inappropriate installation, non-
designated use, incorrect operation, non-compliance with safety information, unauthorised
removal of housing components or safety covers and structural modifications to the gear unit.
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1.5 Other documents
Further information may be obtained from the following documents:
- Gear unit catalogues (G1000, G2000, G1011, G1012, G1034, G1035)
- Operating and maintenance instructions for the electric motor
- if applicable, operating instructions for attached or supplied options
1.6 Disposal
Observe the current local regulations. In particular, lubricants must be collected and disposed of
correctly.
Gear unit components: Material:
Toothed wheels, shafts, rolling bearings, parallel keys,
locking rings,
Steel
Gear unit housing, housing components, Grey cast iron
Light alloy gear unit housing, light alloy gear unit
housing components,
Aluminium
Worm gears, bushes, ... Bronze
Radial seals, sealing caps, rubber components, Elastomers with steel
Coupling components Plastic with steel
Flat seals Asbestos-free sealing material
Gear oil Additive mineral oil
Synthetic gear oil (rating plate code: CLP PG) Polyglycol-based lubricants
Cooling spiral, embedding material of the cooling spiral,
screw fittings
Copper, epoxy, yellow brass
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2. Description of gear units
2.1 Type designations and gear unit types
Helical gear units
SK 11E, SK 21E, SK 31E,SK 41E, SK 51E (single-stage)
SK 02, SK 12, SK 22, SK 32, SK 42, SK 52, SK 62N
(2-stage)
SK 03, SK 13, SK 23, SK 33N, SK 43, SK 53 (3-stage)
SK 62, SK 72, SK 82, SK 92, SK 102 (2-stage)
SK 63, SK 73, SK 83, SK 93, SK 103 (3-stage)
NORDBLOC helical gear units
SK 320, SK 172, SK 272, SK 372, SK 472, SK 572, SK 672,
SK 772, SK 872, SK 972 (2-stage)
SK 273, SK 373, SK 473, SK 573, SK 673, SK 773, SK 873,
SK 973 (3-stage)
SK 072.1, SK 172.1, SK 372.1, SK 572.1, SK 672.1, SK 772.1
SK 872.1, SK 972.1 (2-stage)
SK 373.1, SK 573.1, SK 673.1, SK 773.1, SK 873.1,
SK 973.1 (3-stage)
Standard helical gear units
SK 0, SK 01, SK 20, SK 25, SK 30, SK 33 (2-stage)
SK 010, SK 200, SK 250, SK 300, SK 330 (3-stage)
Parallel shaft gear units
SK 0182NB, SK 0282NB, SK 1282, SK 2282, SK 3282,
SK 4282, SK 5282, SK 6282, SK 7282, SK 8282, SK 9282,
SK 10282, SK 11282 (2-stage)
SK 1382NB, SK 2382, SK 3382, SK 4382, SK 5382,
SK 6382, SK 7382, SK 8382, SK 9382, SK 10382,
SK 11382, SK 12382 (3-stage)
Bevel gear units
SK 92072, SK 92172, SK 92372, SK 92672, SK 92772
SK 92072.1, SK 92172.1, SK92372.1, SK 92672.1, SK 92772.1,
SK 93072.1, SK 93172.1, SK 93372.1, SK93672.1, SK 93772.1
(2-stage)
SK 9012.1, SK 9016.1, SK 9022.1, SK 9032.1,
SK 9042.1, SK 9052.1, SK 9062.1, SK 9072.1,
SK 9082.1, SK 9086.1, SK 9092.1, SK 9096.1 (3-stage)
SK 9013.1, SK 9017.1, SK 9023.1, SK 9033.1, SK 9043.1,
SK 9053.1 (4-stage)
Contrate worm gear unit
SK 02040, SK 02050, SK 12063, SK 12080,
SK 32100,SK 42125 (2-stage)
SK 13050, SK 13063, SK 13080, SK 33100, SK 43125
(3-stage)
MINIBLOC worm gear units
SK1 S32, SK1 S40, SK 1S50, SK 1S63, SK 1SU...
SK 1SM31, SK 1SM40, SK 1SM50, SK 1SM63 (single-stage)
SK 2S32NB, SK 2S40NB, SK 2S50NB, SK 2S63NB,
SK 2SU,
SK 2SM40, SK 2SM50, SK 2SM63 (2-stage)
UNIVERSAL worm gear units
SK 1SI31, SK 1SI40, SK 1SI50, SK 1SI63, SK 1SI75,
SK 1SIS31,, SK 1SIS75,
SK 1SID31,, SK 1SID63,
SK 1SMI31,, SK 1SMI75,
SK 1SMID31,, SK 1SMID63,
SK 1SIS-D31,, SK 1SIS-D63 (single-stage),
SK 2SMID40, SK2SMID50, SK2SMID63,
SK 2SID40,, SK 2SID63 (2-stage)
Versions / Options
- Foot mounting with solid shaft
A Hollow shaft version
V Solid shaft version
L Solid shaft both sides
Z Drive flange B14
F Output flange B5
X Foot mounting
XZ Base and output flange B14
XF Base and output flange B5
AL Reinforced axial drive bearings
5 Reinforced output shaft
(Standard helical gear unit)
V Reinforced drive shaft
(Standard helical gear unit)
D Torque support
K Torque console
S Shrink disc
VS Reinforced shrink disc
EA Hollow shaft with internal spline
G Rubber buffer
VG Reinforced rubber buffer
R Back stop
B Fixing element
H Covering cap as contact guard
H66 Covering cap IP66
VL Reinforced bearings
VL2 Agitator design
VL3 Drywell agitator design
IEC Standard motor mounting
NEMA Standard motor mounting
W With free drive shaft
VI Viton radial seals
OA Oil expansion vessel
OT Oil level tank
SO1 Synthetic oil ISO VG 220
CC Casing cover with cooling spiral
DR Spring Loaded Breather
H10 Modular contrate pre-stage
/31 Worm pre-stage
/40 Worm pre-stage
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Double gear units consist of two single gear units. They are to be treated as per the instructions in
this Manual, i.e. as two individual gear units. Type designation of double gear units: e.g. SK 73/22
(consisting of single gears SK 73 and SK 22)
2.2 Name plate
Figure 2-1: Name plate (example)
Explanation of the Name Plate
1 Matrix Barcode
2 NORD gear unit type
3 Operating mode
4 Year of manufacture
5 Serial number
6 Rated torque of gear unit output shaft
7 Drive power
8 Weight according to ordered version
9 Overall gear unit ratio
10 Installation orientation
11 Rated speed of gear unit output shaft
12 Lubricant type, viscosity and quantity
13 Customers part number
14 Operating factor
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3. Assembly instructions, storage, preparation, installation
Please observe all of the general safety information in Section 1.4, 1.3 and in the individual
sections.
3.1 Storing the gear unit
For short-term storage before commissioning, please observe the following:
Store in the fitting position (see Section 6.1) and secure gear units against falling
Lightly grease bare metal housing surfaces and shafts
Store in dry rooms
Temperature must not fluctuate beyond the range of 5
o
C to +50
o
C
Relative humidity less than 60%
No direct exposure to sunlight or UV light
No aggressive, corrosive substances (contaminated air, ozone, gases, solvents, acids,
alkalis, salts, radioactivity etc.) in the immediate vicinity
No vibration or oscillation
3.2 Long-term storage
Note!
For storage or standstill periods in excess of 9 months, Getriebebau NORD recommends the
long-term storage option. With the long-term storage option and the use of the measures
listed below, storage for up to 2 years is possible. As the actual influences on the unit greatly
depend on the local conditions, these times should only be regarded as guide values.
Conditions of the gear unit and storage area for long-term storage prior to
commissioning:
Store in the fitting position (see Section 6.1) and secure gear units against falling
Transportation damage to the external paint must be repaired. Check that a suitable rust
inhibitor is applied to the flange bearing surfaces. If necessary apply a suitable rust inhibitor
to the surfaces.
Gear units with the long-term storage option are completely filled with lubricant or have VCI
corrosion protection agents added to the gear oil. (See label on gear unit)
The sealing band in the vent plug must not be removed during storage. The gear unit must
remain sealed tight.
Store in a dry place.
In tropical regions, the drive unit must be protected against damage by insects
Temperature must not fluctuate beyond the range of 5
o
C to +40
o
C
Relative humidity less than 60%
No direct exposure to sunlight or UV light
No aggressive, corrosive substances (contaminated air, ozone, gases, solvents, acids,
alkalis, salts, radioactivity etc.) in the immediate vicinity
No vibration or oscillation
Measures during storage or standstill periods
If the relative humidity is <50% the gear unit can be stored for up to 3 years.
Measures before commissioning
If the storage or standstill period exceeds 2 years or the temperature during short-term
storage greatly deviates from the standard range, the lubricant in the gear unit must be
replaced before commissioning.
If the gear unit is completely filled, the oil level must be reduced before commissioning.
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3.3 Transporting the gear unit
Danger!
To prevent injury, the danger area must be generously cordoned off. Standing under the
gear unit during transport is extremely dangerous.
Attention!
Avoid damage to the gear unit. Impacts to the free ends of the shafts may cause internal
damage to the gear unit.
Use adequately dimensioned and suitable means of transportation. Lifting tackle must be
designed for the weight of the gear unit. The weight of the gear unit can be obtained from the
dispatch documents.
3.4 Preparing for installation
The drive unit must be inspected and may only be installed if no transportation damage or leaks
are visible. In particular the radial seals and the sealing caps must be inspected for damage.
All bare metal surfaces and shafts of the gear unit are protected against corrosion with oil,
grease or corrosion protection agents before shipping.
Thoroughly remove all oil, grease or corrosion protection agents and any dirt from the shafts and
flange surfaces before assembly.
In applications where an incorrect rotational direction may result in damage or potential risk, the
correct rotational direction of the drive shaft is to be established by test running the drive when
uncoupled and guaranteeing such for subsequent operation.
Gears with integrated return stops are marked with arrows on the driven/driving sides. The
arrows point in the rotation direction of the gear unit. It must be ensured, when connecting the
motor and during motor control, that the gear unit can only operate in the rotation direction, e.g.
by means of a rotary field test. (For further details, please refer to Catalogue G1000 and
WN 0-000 40)
Attention!
With gear units with an integrated back stop, switching the drive motor to the blocked rotation
direction, i.e. incorrect rotation direction, can lead to gear damage.
Ensure that no aggressive or corrosive substances are present in the area surrounding the
installation site or are subsequently expected during operation, which attack metal, lubricants or
elastomers. In case of doubt, please contact Getriebebau NORD and take the recommended
action.
Oil expansion tanks (Option OA) must be fitted in accordance with works standard WN 0-530 04.
For gear units with an M10x1 vent plug, works standard WN 0-52135 must be observed.
Oil expansion tanks (Option OT) must be fitted in accordance with works standard WN 0-521 30.
If venting of the gear unit is provided, the vent or the pressure vent must be activated before
commissioning. To activate, remove the transport securing devices (sealing cord). Position of the
vent plug: see Section 6.1.
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Figure 3-1: Activating the vent plug
Special pressure vents are supplied as loose parts. Before commissioning, the vent plug must
be replace with the pressure vent which is supplied as a loose part. This is achieved by screwing
out the vent fitting and replacing it with the pressure vent and seal (refer to Section 6.2 for torque
values). Double gear units consist of two single units and are equipped with 2 oil chambers and
2 pressure vents.
Figure 3-2: Removing vent plug and fitting the pressure vent
3.5 Installing the gear unit
The eyebolts screwed into the gear units must be used during installation. The safety notes in
Section 1.4 must be observed.
The base and/or flange to which the gear unit is fitted should be vibration-free, torsionally strong
and flat. The smoothness of the mating surface on the base or flange must be according to
tolerance clad K of DIN ISO 2768-2. All contamination to the bolting surfaces of gear unit and
base and/or flange must be thoroughly removed.
The gear unit must be precisely aligned with the drive shaft of the machine in order to prevent
additional forces from being imposed on the gear unit due to tension.
Welding of the gear unit is prohibited. The gear unit must not be used as the earth connection for
welding work, as this may cause damage to the bearings and gear wheels.
The gear unit must be installed in the correct configuration (see Section 6.1) (UNIVERSAL
gear unit types SI and SMI are independent of the configuration). Changes to the installation
position after delivery require adjustment of the quantity of oil, and often other measures such as
e.g. the installation of encapsulated roller bearings. Damage may result if the stated
installation position is not observed.
All gear unit feet and/or all flange bolts on each side must be used. Bolts must have a minimum
quality of 8.8. The bolts must be tightened to the correct torques (refer to Section 6.2 for torque
values). Tension-free bolting must be ensured, particularly for gear units with a foot and flange.
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Danger!
To ensure that the gearbox does not get too warm and to avoid injury to persons,
observe the following during installation:
The surfaces of gear units or geared motors may become hot during or shortly after
operation. Attention: danger of burns!! Protection against accidental contact may need to
be installed.
With geared motors, the cooling air of the motor fan must be able to flow unobstructed
onto the gear unit.
3.6 Fitting hubs on the gear shafts
Attention!
Do not subject the gear unit to harmful axial forces when fitting the hubs.
Drive and driven elements, e.g. coupling and chain-wheel hubs must be mounted onto the drive
and driven shaft of the gear unit using suitable pullers that will not apply damaging axial forces
onto the gear unit. In particular, do not hit the hubs with a hammer.
Use the end thread of the shafts for pulling. Fitting can be aided by coating the hub with lubricant
or heating it up to approx. 100
o
C beforehand.
Figure 3-3: Example of a simple pulling device
Danger!
Drive and driven elements, such as belt drives, chain drives and couplings must be fitted
with contact protection.
Driven elements may only subject the drive units to the maximum radial force F
R
and axial
force F
A
as specified in the catalogue. Observe the correct tension, particularly on belts and
chains. Additional loads due to unbalanced hubs are not permitted. The radial force must be
applied to the gear unit as closely as possible.
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3.7 Fitting push-on gear units
Attention!
The bearings, gear wheels, shafts and housing may be damaged by incorrect fitting.
The push-on gear unit must be fitted onto the shaft using a suitable puller, which will not exert
damaging axial forces on the gear unit. In particular, do not hit the gear unit with a hammer.
Assembly and subsequent dismantling is aided by applying an anti-corrosive lubricant to the
shaft before fitting (e.g. Nord Anti-Corrosion Art.No. 089 00099). Excess grease or anti-corrosion
agent may escape after assembly and may drip off. Clean these points on the output shaft after
a running-in time of approx. 24 hours. This escape of grease is not due to a leak in the gear unit.
Figure 3-4: Applying lubricant to the shaft and the hub
Note!
The gear unit can be fitted to shafts with and without a shoulder using the fastening element
(Option B). Tighten the bolt of the fastening element to the correct torque. (See Chapter 6.2 for
torque values) For gear units with option H66, the factory-fitted closing cap must be removed
before assembly.
For shaft mounted gear units with option H66 and fastening element (Option B) the pressed-in
closing cap must be pushed out before fitting the gear unit. The pressed-in closing cap may be
destroyed during dismantling. As standard a second closing cap is supplied as a loose spare part.
After fitting the gear unit, fit the new / new condition closing cap as described in Section 3.11.
Figure 3-5: Removing the factory-fitted closing cap
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Figure 3-6: Gear unit mounted to shaft with a shoulder using the fastening element
Figure 3-7: Gear unit mounted to shaft without a shoulder using the fastening element
A gear unit can be dismantled from a shaft with shoulder using the following device, for example.
Figure 3-8: Dismantling using dismantling device
When mounting push-on gears with torque supports, the support must not be distorted. Tension-
free mounting is aided by the rubber buffer (Option G and/or VG).
Figure 3-9: Mounting the rubber buffer (Option G and/or VG) on parallel shaft gear units
To fit the rubber buffer, tighten the screw fastening until there is no play between the contact
surfaces when there is no load. Then turn the fastening nut (only applies for screw fastenings
with adjusting threads) half a turn in order to pre-tension the rubber buffer. Greater pre-tension is
not permissible. Secure the screw fastening from coming loose, e.g. with Loctite 242 or a second
nut.
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Figure 3-10: Attaching the torque support on bevel gear and worm gear units
Tighten the bolts on the torque support to the correct torque (see Section 6.2 for torque values)
and secure to prevent loosening (e.g. Loctite 242, Loxeal 54-03).
3.8 Fitting shrink discs
Figure 3-11: Hollow shaft with shrink disc
Attention!
Do not tighten bolts if the solid shaft is not inserted!
Assembly sequence:
1. Remove any transport securing devices.
2. Loosen but do not remove tightening bolt and tighten gently by hand until there is no play
between the flanges and the inner ring.
Shrink disc type, Mat. No.
and torque details for tensioning screws
Tensioning flanges
Solid shaft of machine
Shaft and and hollow shaft bore
Tensioning screws DIN 931 (933) -10.9
GREASE FREE!
The shrink discs are suplied by the
manufacturer ready for fitting. They must not
be dismantled prior to fitting.
Hollow shaft of gear unit
Double half-slotted inner ring
Always support torque support on both sides!
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3. Slide the shrink disc onto the hollow shaft until the outer clamping flange is flush with the
hollow shaft. The shrink disc is easier to slide on if the bore of the inner ring is lightly
greased.
4. Prior to mounting, grease the solid shaft only in the area which will later come into contact
with the bronze bush in the hollow shaft of the gear unit. Do not grease the bronze bush, in
order to prevent grease penetrating the area around the shrink connection.
5. The hollow shaft of the gear unit must be completely de-greased and c o m p l e t e l y
f r e e o f g r e a s e .
6. In the area of the shrink connection the solid shaft of the machine must be degreased and
completely free of grease.
7. Insert the solid shaft of the machine into the hollow shaft so as to completely fill the area
around the shrink connection.
8. Position the clamping flange by gently tightening the bolts.
9. Tighten the bolts successively in a clockwise direction by several turns not crosswise
with approx. rotation per turn. Tighten the bolts with a torque wrench to the torque
indicated on the shrink disc.
10. When the tensioning bolts have been tightened, there must be an even gap between the
clamping flanges. If this is not the case, the gear unit must be dismantled and the shrink disc
connection checked for correct fit.
Danger!
Risk of injury from incorrect mounting and dismantling of the shrink disc.
Dismantling sequence:
1. Loosen the bolts successively in a clockwise direction by several turns with approx.
rotation per turn. Do not remove the bolts from their thread.
2. Loosen the clamping flanges from the cone of the inner ring.
3. Remove the gear unit from the solid shaft of the machine.
3.9 Fitting the covers
Danger!
Shrink discs and exposed rotating shaft ends require contact guards in order to prevent
injuries. A cover (Option H and Option H66) can be used as a guard. If this does not achieve
sufficient protection against contact according to the required protection type, the machinery
and plant constructor must ensure this be means of special attached components.
All fixing screws must be used and tightened to the correct torque. (See Section 6.2 for torque
values) For covers with option H66, press in the new / new condition closing cap by tapping it
lightly with a hammer.
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Figure 3-12: Fitting the covers, Option SH, Option H, and Option H66
3.10 Fitting a standard motor
The maximum permitted motor weights indicated in the table below must not be exceeded when
attaching the motor to an IEC- / NEMA adapter
Maximum permitted motor weights
IEC motor size 63 71 80 90 100 112 132 160 180 200 225 250 280 315
NEMA Motor size 56C 143T 145T 182T 184T 210T 250T 280T 324T 326T 365T
Max. motor weight [kg] 25 30 40 50 60 80 100 200 250 350 500 700 1000 1500
Assembly procedure to attach a standard motor to the IEC adapter (Option IEC)/NEMA adapter
1. Clean motor shaft and flange surfaces of motor and IEC /NEMA adapter and check for
damage. Mounting dimensions and tolerances of the motor must conform to DIN EN
50347/NEMA MG1 Part 4.
2. Push the coupling sleeve onto the motor shaft so that the motor parallel key engages into
the groove in the sleeve on tightening.
3. Tighten the coupling sleeve on the motor shaft in accordance with the motor manufacturers
instructions until it touches the collar. With motor sizes 90, 160, 180 and 225, any spacer
bushes must be positioned between the coupling sleeve and the collar. With standard helical
gear units, dimension B between the coupling sleeve and the collar must be observed (see
Figure 3-13). Certain NEMA adapters require the adjustment of the coupling in accordance
with the specifications indicated on the adhesive plate.
4. If the coupling half contains a threaded pin, the coupling must be secured axially on the
shaft. The threaded pin must be coated prior to use with a securing lubricant e.g. Loctite
242, Loxeal 54-03 and tightened to the correct torque. (See Chapter 6.2 for torque values)
5. Sealing of the flange surfaces of the motor and the IEC /NEMA adapter is recommended if
the motor is installed outdoors or in a humid environment. The flange surfaces of motor and
adapter must be completely coated with surface sealant Loctite 574 or Loxeal 58-14 prior to
mounting so that the flange seals after mounting.
6. Mount the motor to the IEC /NEMA adapter, do not forget to fit the gear rim or the sleeve. (See
Figure 3-13)
7. Tighten the IEC /NEMA adapter bolts to the correct torque. (See Chapter 6.2 for torque
values)
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Figure 3-13: Fitting the coupling onto the motor shaft - various types of coupling
I Gear coupling, one-part
II Gear coupling, two-part
III Gear coupling, two-part with spacer bush
IV Claw coupling, two-part
V Claw coupling, two-part, observe dimension B:
Standard helical gear unit: SK0, SK01, SK20, SK25, SK30, SK33 (2-stage)
SK010, SK200, SK250, SK300, SK330 (3-stage)
IEC size 63 IEC size 71
Dimension B (Fig. 3-13V) B =4.5mm B =11.5 mm
VI Claw coupling, two-part with spacer bush
3.11 Retrospective paintwork
Attention!
For retrospective painting of the gear unit, the radial seals, rubber elements, pressure venting
valves, hoses, type plates, adhesive labels and motor coupling components must not come
into contact with paints, lacquers or solvents, as otherwise components may be damaged or
made illegible.
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3.12 Fitting the cooling coil to the cooling system
Cutting ring screw threads (see Item 1, Figs. 3-14) are located at the casing cover for the
connection of a pipe with an external diameter of 10 mm according to DIN 2353. Remove the
drain plug from the screw neck prior to assembly to avoid any contamination of the
cooling system. The screw necks should be connected with the coolant circuit, which must be
provided by the operator. The flow direction of the coolant is irrelevant.
Make sure not to twist the screw necks during or after assembly as the cooling coil may be
damaged (see Item 3, Fig. 3-14). You must ensure that no external forces act on the cooling coil.
Figure 3-14: Cooling cover
Danger!
The pressure released from the cooling circuit before carrying out any work on the gear
unit.
1
2
3
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4. Commissioning
4.1 Checking the oil level
The oil level must be checked prior to commissioning. See Section 5.2.
4.2 Activating the automatic lubricant dispenser
Some gear unit types with standard motor (Option IEC/NEMA) have an automatic lubricant
dispenser for the rolling bearings. This dispenser must be activated prior to commissioning. The
cartridge case cover has a red information sign for the activation of the lubricant dispenser.
Activating the Automatic Lubricant Dispenser:
1. Loosen and remove cylinder bolts M8x16 (1)
2. Lift off cartridge case cover (2)
3. Insert activation screw (3) into the lubricant dispenser (5) until the lug (4) breaks off at
the defined fracture point
4. Refit cartridge case cover (2) and fasten using cylinder bolt (1). (See Chapter 6.2 for
torque values)
5. Mark activation date on the adhesive plate (6) indicating month/year

Figure 4-1: Activating the automatic lubricant dispenser with standard motor mounting
Attention!
Screw in the activation screw until the lug breaks off
before commissioning the gear unit.
Dispensing time: 12 Months
Month Activation date Year
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 06 07 08 09 10
11 12 13 14 15
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4.3 Operation with lubricant cooling
Water cooling
Caution!
The drive may only be commissioned after the cooling spiral has been connected to the
cooling circuit, and the cooling circuit has been put into operation.
The coolant must have a similar thermal capacity as water (specific thermal capacity at 20C
c=4.18 kJ /kgK). Industrial water without any air bubbles or sediments is recommended as a
coolant. The water hardness must be between 1 dH and 15 dH, and the pH value must be
between pH 7.4 and pH 9.5. No aggressive liquids should be added to the coolant!
The coolant pressure must not exceed 8 bar. The required quantity of coolant is 10
litres/minute, and the coolant inlet temperature should not exceed 40C; we recommend
10C.
We also recommend fitting a pressure reducer at the coolant inlet to avoid any damage due to
excessive pressure.
If there is a danger of frost the operator should add a suitable anti-freeze solution to the cooling
water.
The temperature of the cooling water and the cooling water flow rate must be supervised
and ensured by the operator.
Air/Oil cooler
This version and all important data concerning the air/oil cooler can be obtained from Catalogue
G1000, or contact the manufacturer of the cooling unit.
4.4 Running-in time for the worm gear unit
Note!
In order to achieve maximum efficiency of the worm gear unit, the gear unit must be subjected
to a running-in period of approx. 25 h 48 h under maximum load.
There may be a reduction in efficiency before the running-in period is complete.
4.5 Checklist
Checklist
Object of the check Checked on:
Information
see Section
Is the vent plug activated or the pressure vent screwed in? Sec. 3.4
Does the required configuration conform with the actual installation? Sec. 6.1
Are the external gear shaft forces within permitted limits (chain tension)? Sec. 3.6
Is the torque support correctly fitted? Sec. 3.7
Are contact guards fitted to rotating components? Sec. 3.9
Is the automatic lubricant dispenser activated? Sec. 4.2
Is the cooling cover connected to the cooling circuit? Sec. 3.12/4.3
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5. Service and maintenance
5.1 Service and maintenance intervals
Service and Maintenance Intervals Service and Maintenance Work
Information
see Section
At least every six months - Visual inspection
- Check for running noises
- Check oil level
- Re-grease
(applicable only to free drive shaft / Option W
and on agitator bearings / Option VL2 / VL3)
- Replace automatic lubricator (for operating
times <8 h/day: a replacement interval for the
lubricant dispenser of 1 year is permissible)
(only with IEC/NEMA standard motors)
5.2
5.2
5.2
5.2
5.2
For operating temperatures up to 80C
Every 10000 operating hours
at least every 2 years
(The interval is double this if the unit is
filled with synthetic products)
For higher temperatures or extreme
operating conditions (high humidity,
aggressive environments and large
temperature fluctuations) the oil change
intervals must be halved.
- Change the oil
- Clean or replace the vent plug.
5.2
5.2
Every 25000 operating hours,
at least every 5 years
- Replace shaft sealing rings if worn
- Re-lubrication of the bearings in the gear unit
5.2
5.2
At least every 10 years - General overhaul 5.2
5.2 Service and maintenance work
Servicing and maintenance work must only be performed by qualified specialist
personnel.
Installation and maintenance work must only be performed when gear units are at a
standstill. The drive must be isolated and secured to prevent accidental start-up.
Visual inspection
The gear unit must be checked for leaks. In addition, the gear unit must be inspected for external
damage and cracks in the hoses, hose connections and rubber buffers. Have the gear unit
repaired in case of leaks, e.g. dripping gear oil or cooling water, damage or cracks. Please contact
the NORD service department.
Note!
Shaft sealing rings are rubbing seals and have sealing lips made from an elastomer
material. These sealing lips are lubricated with a special grease at the factory. This
reduces the wear due to their function and ensures a long service life. An oil film in the
region of the rubbing sealing lip is therefore normal and is not due to leakage.
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Check for running noises
If the gear unit produces unusual running noises and/or vibrations, this could indicate damage to
the gear unit In this case the gear should be shut down and a general overhaul carried out.
Check the oil level
Section 6.1 describes the versions and the corresponding oil level screws. With double gear
units, the oil level must be checked on both units. The pressure vent must be at the position
marked in Section 6.1.
The oil level does not need to be checked on gear units without oil level screw (see Section 6.1).
Gear unit types that are not supplied full of oil must be filled before the oil level is checked. (see
Changing the oil)
Checking the oil level:
1. The oil level may only be checked when the gear unit is at a standstill and has cooled
down. The gear unit must be secured to prevent accidental switch-on.
2. The oil level screw corresponding to the version must be screwed out. (See Section 6.1)
Note!
At the first oil level check a small amount of oil may escape, as the oil level may be below the
lower edge of the oil level hole.
3. Gear units with oil level screw: The maximum oil level is the lower edge of the oil level hole.
The minimum oil level is 4 mm below the oil level hole. If the oil level is too low, this must be
corrected using the correct type of oil. An oil level glass is available instead of the oil level
screw
4. Gear units with an oil level vessel: The oil level must be checked in the oil level vessel with
the aid of the dipstick plug (thread G1 1/4). The oil level must be between the upper and
lower mark when the dipstick is completely screwed in (see Fig. 5-2). The oil level must be
corrected with the correct type of oil if necessary. These gearboxes may only be operated in
the configuration stated in Section 6.1.
5. The oil level screw or the cap screw with dipstick and all other loosened screws must be
correctly re-tightened.
Figure 5-2: Check the oil level with a dipstick
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Regreasing
Some gear unit designs (free drive shaft, Option W, agitator designs VL2 and VL3) are equipped
with a regreasing device.
For agitator versions VL2 and VL3, the vent screw located opposite to the grease nipple must be
unscrewed before regreasing. Grease should be injected until a quantity of 20-25g escapes from
the vent hole. After this, the vent plug must be reinserted and tightened.
For Option W and some IEC adapters, the outer roller bearing must be regreased with approx.
20-25g of grease via the grease nipple provided
Recommended grease: Petamo GHY 133N (see Section 6.4: Klber Lubrication).
Replacing the automatic lubricant dispenser
Screw-off the cartridge case cover (2), (see Fig. 4-1). The lubrication dispenser (5) is screwed
out and replaced with a new component (Part No. 283 0100). Then activate (see Chapter 4.2)!
Changing the oil
The figures in Section 6.1 show the oil drain screw, the oil level screw and the pressure vent
screw for various designs.
Sequence:
1. Place the drip tray below the oil drain screw or the oil drain cock
2. Completely remove oil level screw, screwed sealing plug with dipstick if an oil level tank
is being used and oil drain screw.
Danger!
Warning: Hot oil!
3. Drain all the oil from the gear unit.
4. If the screw lock coating of the oil drain screw or oil level screw is damaged in the
thread, a new oil level screw must be used or the thread cleaned and coated with
securing lubricant, e.g. Loctite 242, Loxeal 54-03 prior to inserting. Check the sealing
ring for damage. Replace with a new sealing ring in case of damage.
5. Support the seal ring, insert the oil drain screw into the hole and tighten to the correct
torque! (See Section 6.2 for torque values)
6. Using a suitable filling device, refill with oil of the same type through the oil level hole
until oil emerges from the oil level hole. (The oil can also be filled through the pressure
vent screw or a sealing plug located higher than the oil level). If an oil level vessel is
used, fill the oil through the upper inlet (thread G1) until the oil level is set as described
in Section 5.2.
7. Wait at least 15 minutes, or at least 30 minutes if an oil level tank is used, and then
check the oil level. Proceed as described in Section 5.2.
Note!
The oil does not need to be changed on gear units without oil level screw (see Section 6.1).
These gear units are lubricated for life.
Standard helical gear units have no oil level screw. Here, the oil is topped up through the
pressure vent bolt using the quantities listed in the table in Section 6.5.
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Cleaning or replacing the vent plug
Unscrew the vent screw and thoroughly clean it (e.g. with compressed air) and fit the vent screw
in the same place, If necessary, use a new vent screw with a new sealing ring.
Replacing the shaft sealing ring
Shaft sealing rings are rubbing seals made from an elastomer material and according to their
principle are subject to natural wear. The wearing life of shaft sealing rings depends on many
factors and cannot be calculated in advance. Once the shaft sealing ring has reached the end of
its service life, the oil film in the region of the sealing lip increases and a measurable leakage
with dripping oil occurs. The shaft sealing ring must then be replaced. To reduce the risk of
leaks due to worn shaft sealing rings we recommend that as a precaution, the shaft sealing rings
are replaced after every 25,000 operating hours or every 5 years. The space between the
sealing lip and the protective lip must be filled approximately 50% with grease on fitting
(recommended grease: PETAMO GHY 133N). Take care that after fitting, the new shaft sealing
ring does not run in the old wear track.
Re-lubricating bearings
For bearings which are not oil-lubricated and whose holes are completely above the oil level,
replace the roller bearing grease (recommended grease: PETAMO GHY 133N). Please contact
the NORD service department.
General overhaul
The gear units must be completely dismantled The following work must be carried out:
Clean all gear unit components
Examine all gear unit components for damage
All damaged components must be replaced
All roller bearings must be replaced
Replace back stops if fitted
Replace all seals, radial seals and Nilos rings
Replace plastic and elastomer components of the motor coupling
The general overhaul must be carried out by qualified personnel in a specialist workshop with
appropriate equipment in observance of national regulations and laws. We recommend that the
general overhaul is carried out by the NORD service department.
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6. Appendix
6.1 Versions and maintenance
Explanation of symbols for the following version illustrations:
Vent
Oil level
Oil drain
Note!
SK 320, SK 172, SK 272, SK 372K, SK 273 and SK373 as well as SK 01282 NB, SK 0282
NB, SK 1382 NB and UNIVERSAL / Minibloc gear units are lubricated for life. These gear
units do not have an oil filler screw.
UNIVERSAL / MiniBloc worm gear units
NORD UNIVERSAL / MiniBloc worm gear units are suitable for all installation positions. They
have an oil filler which is independent of the the version.
As an option, types SI and SMI can be equipped with a vent screw. Gear units with vents must
be installed in the stated position (see section 6.5)
Types SI, SMI, S, SM and SU as 2-stage gear unit types and types SI, SMI as worm gear units
for direct motor mounting have an oil filler which depends on the version and must be installed in
the stated position.
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Parallel shaft gear units with oil level vessel
The following applies for SK 9282, SK 9382, SK 10282, SK 10382, SK 11282, SK 11382 parallel
gear units and SK 12382 in the M4 configuration with oil level vessels:
Figure 6-1: Oil level check with oil level tank
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SK 03
SK 13
SK 23
SK 33N
SK 43
SK 53
SK 02
SK 12
SK 22
SK 32
SK 42
SK 52
SK 62N
SK 11E
SK 21E
SK 31E
SK 41E
SK 51E
SK 62
SK 72
SK 82
SK 92
SK 102
SK 63*
SK 73*
SK 83*
SK 93*
SK 103*
M1
B3+B5
M2
V6+V3
M5
B6+B5II
M3
B8+B5I
M4
V5+V1
M6
B7+B5III
M1
B3+B5
M2
V6+V3
M5
B6+B5II
M3
B8+B5I
M4
V5+V1
M6
B7+B5III
M1
B3+B5
M2
V6+V3
M5
B6+B5II
M3
B8+B5I
M4
V5+V1
M6
B7+B5III
M6
B7+B5III
M1
B3+B5
M2
V6+V3
M5
B6+B5II
M3
B8+B5I
M4
V5+V1
*
*
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M4
V1+V5
M6
B7+B5III
SK 472
SK 572
SK 672
SK 772
SK 872
SK 972
SK 473
SK 573
SK 673
SK 773
SK 873*
SK 973*
SK 372.1
SK 572.1
SK 672.1
SK 373.1
SK 573.1
SK 673.1
SK 372.1F
SK 572.1F
SK 672.1F
SK 373.1F
SK 573.1F
SK 673.1F
M1
M2
M5
M3
M4
M6
M1
M2
M5
M3
M6
M4
SK 772.1
SK 872.1
SK 972.1
SK 773.1*
SK 873.1*
SK 973.1*
M1
M2
M5
M3
M6
M4
*
*
*
*
*
M3
B8+B5I
M5
B6+B5II
M2
V3+V6
M1
B3+B5
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SK 072.1
SK 172.1
M1
M2
M5
M3
M4
M6
M1
M2
M5
M3
M4
M6
SK 072.1 F
SK 172.1 F
M4
43
M1
M2
M5
M3
M4
M6
SK 772.1F
SK 872.1F
SK 972.1F
SK 773.1F*
SK 873.1F*
SK 973.1F*
*
*
*
*
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M1
B3+B5
M2
V6+V3
M3
B8+B5I
M1
B3+B5
M2
V6+V3
M3
B8+B5I
SK 0
SK 01
SK 20
SK 25
SK 30
SK 33
SK 010
SK 200
SK 250
SK 300
SK 330
M4
V1+V5
M6
B7+B5III
M5
B6+B5II
M4
V1+V5
M6
B7+B5III
M5
B6+B5II
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SK 1282
SK 2282
SK 3282
SK 4282
SK 5282
SK 0182NB
SK 0282NB
SK 1382NB*
* 27
SK 2382
SK 3382
SK 4382
SK 5382
M1
H1
M5
H4
M2
H6
M6
H3
M3
H2
M4
H5
M1
H1
M5
H4
M2
H6
M6
H3
M3
H2
M4
H5
M1
H1
SK 6282*
SK 7282*
SK 8282*
SK 9282*
SK 10282*
SK 11282*
SK 6382
SK 7382
SK 8382
SK 9382
SK 10382
SK 11382
SK 12382
M5
H4
M2
H6
M6
H3
M3
H2
M4
H5
*
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SK 9012.1
SK 9016.1
SK 9022.1
SK 9032.1
SK 9042.1
SK 9052.1
SK 9062.1
SK 9072.1
SK 9082.1
SK 9086.1
SK 9092.1
SK 9096.1
SK 9013.1
SK 9017.1
SK 9023.1
SK 9033.1
SK 9043.1
SK 9053.1
SK 92172
SK 92372
SK 92672
SK 92772
M1
B3
M2
B6
M5
V5
M3
B8
M4
B3I
M6
V6
M1
B3
M2
B6
M3
B8
M4
B3I
M6
V6
M5
V5
M1
B3
M2
B6
M3
B8
M4
B3I
M6
V6
M5
V5
SK 92072
M1
B3
M2
B6
M5
V5
M3
B8
M4
B3I
M6
V6
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SK 92172
SK 92372
SK 92672
SK 92772
M1
H1+B5I
M2
H4+B5
M5
H5+V1
M3
H2+B5III
M4
H3+B5II
M6
H6+V3
SK 92072
M1
H1+B5I
M2
H4+B5
M5
H5+V1
M3
H2+B5III
M4
H3+B5II
M6
H6+V3
SK 92072.1
SK 92172.1
SK 92372.1
SK 92672.1
SK 92772.1
SK 93072.1
SK 93172.1
SK 93372.1
SK 93672.1
SK 93772.1
M1
M2
M5
M3
M4
M6
M1
M2
M5
M3
M4
M6
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SK 9012.1
SK 9016.1
SK 9022.1
SK 9032.1
SK 9042.1
SK 9052.1
SK 9062.1
SK 9072.1
SK 9082.1
SK 9086.1
SK 9092.1
SK 9096.1
SK 9013.1
SK 9017.1
SK 9023.1
SK 9033.1
SK 9043.1
SK 9053.1
M1
H1+B5I
M2
H4+B5
M5
H5+V1
M3
H2+B5III
M4
H3+B5II
M6
H6+V3
M1
H1+B5I
M2
H4+B5
M5
H5+V1
M3
H2+B5III
M4
H3+B5II
M6
H6+V3
SK 02050
SK 12063
SK 12080
SK 32100
SK 42125
SK 13050
SK 13063
SK 13080
SK 33100
SK 43125
M1
B3
M2
B6
M3
B8
M4
B3I
M6
V6
M5
V5
M1
B3
M2
B6
M3
B8
M4
B3I
M6
V6
M5
V5
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SK 02050
SK 12063
SK 12080
SK 32100
SK 42125
SK 13050
SK 13063
SK 13080
SK 33100
SK 43125
M1
H1+B5I
M2
H4+B5
M5
H5+V1
M3
H2+B5III
M4
H3+B5II
M6
H6+V3
M1
H1+B5I
M2
H4+B5
M5
H5+V1
M3
H2+B5III
M4
H3+B5II
M6
H6+V3
SK 02040
SK 02040
M1
B3
M2
B6
M5
V5
M3
B8
M4
B3I
M6
V6
M1
H1+B5I
M2
H4+B5
M5
H5+V1
M3
H2+B5III
M4
H3+B5II
M6
H6+V3
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SK 1SU32 SK 1SU63
SK 1SM31 SK 1SM63
SK 1SI31 SK 1SI75
SK 1SIS31 SK 1SIS75
SK 1SMI31 SK 1SMI75
SK 1SID31 SK 1SID75
SK 1SIS-D31 SK 1SIS-D63
SK 1SMID31 SK 1SMID75
SK 2S32NB SK 2S63NB
SK 2SU32NB- SK 2SU63NB
SK 2SM40 SK 2SM63
SK 2SIS-D40 SK 2SIS-D63
SK 2SID40 SK 2SID63
SK 2SMID40 SK 2SMID63
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M3
M4
M6 M2
M5
M1
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6.2 Torque values
Bolt Torques [Nm]
Size
Screw connections in the strength classes
Sealing
screws
Threaded
pin on
coupling
Screw
connections on
protective
covers
8.8 10.9 12.9
M4 3.2 5 6 - -
M5 6.4 9 11 - 2
M6 11 16 19 - - 6.4
M8 27 39 46 11 10 11
M10 53 78 91 11 17 27
M12 92 135 155 27 40 53
M16 230 335 390 - - 92
M20 460 660 770 - - 230
M24 790 1150 1300 80 - 460
M30 1600 2250 2650 170 -
M36 2780 3910 4710 - -
M42 4470 6290 7540 - -
G1 - - - 20 -
6.3 Troubleshooting
Gear unit malfunctions
Fault Possible cause Remedy
Unusual running noises,
vibrations
Oil too low or
bearing damage or
toothed wheel damage
Consult NORD Service
Oil escaping from gear unit or
motor
Defective seal Consult NORD Service
Oil escaping from
pressure vent
Incorrect oil level or incorrect,
contaminated oil or unfavourable
operating conditions
Oil change
Use oil expansion tank (Option
OA)
Gear unit becomes too hot
Unfavourable installation
conditions or gear unit damage
Consult NORD Service
Shock when switched on,
vibrations
Defective motor coupling or
loose gear unit mounting or
defective rubber element
Replace elastomer gear rim,
tighten motor and gear unit
fastening bolts, replace rubber
element
Drive shaft does not rotate
although motor is running
Fracture in gear unit or
defective motor coupling or
shrink disc slippage
Consult NORD Service
Attention!
Warning: shut down the gear unit immediately should any of the above faults occur!
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6.4 Lubricants
With the exception of type SK 11282, SK 11382, SK 12382 and SK 9096.1 gear units, all gear
units are filled with lubricant ready for operation in the required installation position when
delivered. This initial filling corresponds to a lubricant from the column for the ambient
temperatures (normal version) in the lubricant table.
Roller bearing greases
This table shows comparable roller bearing greases from various manufacturers. The
manufacturer can be changed for a given grease type. Getriebebau NORD must be contacted in
case of change of grease type or ambient temperature range, as otherwise no warranty for the
functionality of our gear units can be accepted.
Lubricant type Ambient
temperature
Mineral oil-based
grease
-30 60C Energrease
LS 2
Longtime PD 2 RENOLIT
GP 2
- Mobilux EP 2 Gadus S2
V100 2
Energrease
LS-EP 2
RENOLIT
LZR 2 H
-50 40C - Optitemp LG 2 RENOLIT
J P 1619
- - -
Synthetic grease -25 80C Energrease
SY 2202
Tribol 4747 RENOLIT
HLT 2
PETAMO
GHY 133 N
Mobiltemp
SHC 32
Cassida
EPS2
RENOLIT
LST 2
Klberplex
BEM 41-132
Biodegradable
grease
-25 40C Biogrease
EP 2
- PLANTOGEL 2
S
Klberbio
M 72-82
Mobil SHC
Grease 102
EAL
Naturelle
Grease EP2
Foodstuff-
compatible
grease
-25 40C - Obeen UF 2 RENOLIT
G 7 FG 1
Klbersynth
UH1 14-151
Mobilgrease
FM 222
Cassida RLS2
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Lubricant table
This table shows comparable lubricants from various manufacturers. The manufacturer can be
changed within a particular viscosity or lubricant type. Getriebebau NORD must be contacted in
case of change of viscosity or lubricant type, as otherwise no warranty for the functionality of our
gearboxes can be accepted.
Lubricant type Details on
type plate
DIN (ISO) /
Ambient
temperature
Mineral oil
CLP 680
ISO VG 680
0...40C
Energol
GR-XP 680
Alpha EP 680
Alpha SP 680
Optigear BM
680
Tribol 1100/680
RENOLIN CLP
680
RENOLIN CLP
680 Plus
Klberoil
GEM 1-680 N
Mobilgear
600 XP 680
Omala S2
G 680
CLP 220
ISO VG 220
-1040C
Energol
GR-XP 220
Alpha EP 220
Alpha SP 220
Optigear BM
220
Tribol 1100/220
RENOLIN CLP
220
RENOLIN CLP
220 Plus
Klberoil
GEM 1-220 N
Mobilgear
600 XP 220
Omala S2
G 220
CLP 100
ISO VG 100
-1525C
Energol
GR-XP 100
Alpha EP 100
Alpha SP 100
Optigear BM
100
Tribol 1100/100
RENOLIN CLP
100
RENOLIN CLP
100 Plus
Klberoil
GEM 1-100 N
Mobilgear
600 XP 100
Omala S2
G 100
Synthetic oil
(Pol ygl ycol) CLP PG 680
ISO VG 680
-20...40C
- Alphasyn GS
680
Tribol 800/680
RENOLIN PG
680
Klbersynth
GH 6-680
Mobil
Glygoyle 680
Omala S4
WE 680
CLP PG 220
ISO VG 220
-2580C
Enersyn
SG-XP 220
Alphasyn GS
220
Alphasyn PG
220
Tribol 800/220
RENOLIN PG
220
Klbersynth
GH 6-220
Mobil
Glygoyle 220
Omala S4
WE 220
Synthetic oil
(hydrocarbon)
CLP HC 460
ISO VG 460
-3080C
- Alphasyn EP
460
Tribol 1510/460
Optigear
Synthetic X 460
RENOLIN
Unisyn
CLP 460
Klbersynth
GEM 4-460 N
Mobil
SHC 634
Omala S4
GX 460
CLP HC 220
ISO VG 220
-4080C
- Alphasyn EP
220
Tribol 1510/220
Optigear
Synthetic X 220
RENOLIN
Unisyn
CLP 220
Klbersynth
GEM 4-220 N
Mobil
SHC 630
Omala S4
GX 220
Bio-degradable
oil
CLP E 680
ISO VG 680
-540C
- - PLANTOGEAR
680 S
- - -
CLP E 220
ISO VG 220
-540C
- Tribol BioTop
1418/220
PLANTOGEAR
220 S
Klbersynth
GEM 2-220
- Naturelle
Gear
Fluid EP
220
Food grade oil
CLP PG H1
680
ISO VG 680
-540C
- Tribol
FoodProof
1800/680
- Klbersynth
UH1 6-680
Mobil
Glygoyle 680
Cassida
Fluid WG
680
CLP PG H1
220
ISO VG 220
-2540C
- Tribol
FoodProof
1800/220
- Klbersynth
UH1 6-220
Mobil
Glygoyle 220
Cassida
Fluid WG
220
CLP HC H1
680
ISO VG 680
-540C
- Optileb GT 680 GERALYN SF
680
Klberoil
4 UH1-680 N
- Cassida
Fluid GL
680
CLP HC H1
220
ISO VG 220
-2540C
- Optileb GT 220 GERALYN SF
220
Klberoil
4 UH1-220 N
Mobil
SHC Cibus
220
Cassida
Fluid GL
220
Gear unit liquid
grease
-25 60C
Energrease
LS-EP 00
Longtime PD 00
Tribol
3020/1000-00
RENOLIT
DURAPLEX
EP 00
MICROLUBE
GB 00
Mobil
Chassis
Grease LBZ
Alvania
EP(LF)2
RENOLIT LST
00
Klbersynth
GE 46-1200
Mobil
Glygoyle
Grease 00
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6.5 Lubricant quantities
Note!
After changing the lubricant, and in particular after the initial filling, the oil level may change
during the first few hours of operation, as the oil galleries and hollow spaces only fill gradually
during operation. The oil level is still within the permissible tolerance.
If at the express request of the customer, an oil inspection glass is installed at an additional
charge, we recommend that the customer corrects the oil level after an operating period of
approx. 2 hours, so that when the gear unit is at a standstill and has cooled down, the oil level
is visible in the inspection glass. Only then, is it possible to check the oil level by means of the
inspection glass.
The filling quantities stated in the following tables are for guidance only. The precise quantities
vary depending on the exact gear ratio. When filling, always observe the oil level screw hole
as an indicator of the precise quantity of oil.
* Type SK11282, SK11382, SK12382 and SK 9096.1 gear units are normally supplied without oil.
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6.1
B3 V6 B8 V5 B6 B7 B5 V3 B5I V1 B5II B5III
SK11E 0,25 0,50 0,55 0,40 0,35 0,35 0,30 0,35 0,50 0,30 0,40 0,40
SK21E 0,60 1,20 1,20 1,00 1,00 1,00 0,50 1,40 1,10 0,70 0,90 0,90
SK31E 1,10 2,70 2,20 2,30 1,70 1,70 0,80 1,30 1,65 1,10 2,00 2,00
SK41E 1,70 2,60 3,30 2,50 2,60 2,60 1,00 2,60 2,80 1,60 3,30 3,30
SK51E 2,20 4,40 4,70 4,00 3,40 3,40 1,80 3,50 4,10 3,00 3,80 3,80
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SK02 0,15 0,60 0,70 0,60 0,40 0,40 0,25 0,60 0,60 0,60 0,50 0,50
SK12 0,25 0,75 0,85 0,75 0,50 0,50 0,35 0,85 0,90 0,90 0,60 0,60
SK22 0,50 1,80 1,80 1,80 1,35 1,35 0,70 2,00 2,00 1,80 1,55 1,55
SK32 0,90 2,50 2,50 2,90 2,00 2,00 1,30 2,90 3,30 3,10 2,40 2,40
SK42 1,30 4,50 4,50 4,30 3,20 3,20 1,80 4,40 4,50 4,00 3,70 3,70
SK52 2,50 7,00 6,80 6,80 5,10 5,10 3,00 6,80 6,20 7,40 5,60 5,60
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SK62 6,50 15,00 13,00 16,00 15,00 15,00 7,00 15,00 14,00 18,50 16,00 16,00
SK72 10,00 23,00 18,00 26,00 23,00 23,00 10,00 23,00 18,50 28,00 23,00 23,00
SK82 14,00 35,00 27,00 44,00 32,00 32,00 15,00 37,00 29,00 45,00 34,50 34,50
SK92 25,00 73,00 47,00 76,00 52,00 52,00 26,00 73,00 47,00 78,00 52,00 52,00
SK102 36,00 79,00 66,00 102,00 71,00 71,00 40,00 81,00 66,00 104,00 72,00 72,00
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SK03 0,30 1,00 0,80 0,90 0,60 0,60 0,50 0,80 0,90 1,10 0,80 0,80
SK13 0,60 1,25 1,10 1,20 0,70 0,70 0,85 1,20 1,20 1,20 0,95 0,95
SK23 1,30 2,40 2,30 2,35 1,60 1,60 1,50 2,60 2,50 2,80 2,80 2,80
SK33N 1,60 2,90 3,20 3,70 2,30 2,30 2,50 3,40 3,50 4,40 2,60 2,60
SK43 3,00 5,60 5,20 6,60 3,60 3,60 3,50 5,70 5,00 6,10 4,10 4,10
SK53 4,50 8,70 7,70 8,70 6,00 6,00 5,20 8,40 7,00 8,90 6,70 6,70
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SK63 13,00 14,50 14,50 16,00 13,00 13,00 13,50 14,00 15,50 18,00 14,00 14,00
SK73 20,50 20,00 22,50 27,00 20,00 20,00 22,00 22,50 23,00 27,50 20,00 20,00
SK83 30,00 31,00 34,00 37,00 33,00 33,00 31,00 34,00 35,00 40,00 34,00 34,00
SK93 53,00 70,00 59,00 72,00 49,00 49,00 53,00 70,00 59,00 74,00 49,00 49,00
SK103 74,00 71,00 74,00 97,00 67,00 67,00 69,00 78,00 78,00 99,00 67,00 67,00
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6.1
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SK072.1 0,16 0,32 0,21 0,23 0,18 0,20 SK072.1 F 0,16 0,32 0,21 0,23 0,18 0,20
SK172.1 0,27 0,59 0,42 0,45 0,32 0,39 SK172.1 F 0,27 0,59 0,42 0,45 0,32 0,39
SK372.1 0,45 1,05 0,75 1,00 0,60 0,65 SK372.1 F 0,45 1,05 0,75 1,00 0,60 0,65
SK572.1 0,75 1,90 1,50 2,00 1,10 1,15 SK572.1 F 0,75 1,90 1,50 2,00 1,10 1,15
SK672.1 1,10 2,60 2,15 2,70 1,55 1,65 SK672.1 F 1,10 2,60 2,15 2,70 1,55 1,65
SK772.1 1,35 3,65 2,25 3,15 1,35 2,15 SK772.1 F 1,35 3,65 2,25 3,15 1,35 2,15
SK872.1 3,20 8,00 5,30 7,00 2,80 4,60 SK872.1 F 3,20 8,00 5,30 7,00 2,80 4,60
SK972.1 4,50 12,90 8,10 12,70 4,60 7,80 SK972.1 F 4,50 12,90 8,10 12,70 4,60 7,80
SK772.1VL 2,00 3,65 2,25 3,15 1,35 2,15 SK772.1VL F 2,00 3,65 2,25 3,15 1,35 2,15
SK872.1VL 5,00 8,00 5,30 7,00 2,80 4,60 SK872.1VL F 5,00 8,00 5,30 7,00 2,80 4,60
SK972.1VL 8,50 12,90 8,10 12,70 4,60 7,80 SK972.1VL F 8,50 12,90 8,10 12,70 4,60 7,80
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M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6
6.1
M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6
SK373.1 0,45 1,05 0,75 1,00 0,60 0,65 SK373.1 F 0,45 1,05 0,75 1,00 0,60 0,65
SK573.1 0,75 1,90 1,50 2,00 1,10 1,15 SK573.1 F 0,75 1,90 1,50 2,00 1,10 1,15
SK673.1 1,10 2,60 2,15 2,70 1,55 1,65 SK673.1 F 1,10 2,60 2,15 2,70 1,55 1,65
SK773.1 1,95 3,50 3,20 2,90 2,25 2,95 SK773.1 F 1,95 3,50 3,20 2,90 2,25 2,95
SK873.1 4,05 7,60 6,85 6,55 5,00 6,55 SK873.1 F 4,05 7,60 6,85 6,55 5,00 6,55
SK973.1 7,40 12,20 11,10 11,60 8,00 10,90 SK973.1 F 7,40 12,20 11,10 11,60 8,00 10,90
SK773.1VL 1,95 3,50 3,20 2,90 2,25 2,95 SK773.1VL F 1,95 3,50 3,20 2,90 2,25 2,95
SK873.1VL 4,05 7,60 6,85 6,55 5,00 6,55 SK873.1VL F 4,05 7,60 6,85 6,55 5,00 6,55
SK973.1VL 7,40 12,20 11,10 11,60 8,00 10,90 SK973.1VL F 7,40 12,20 11,10 11,60 8,00 10,90
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6.1
B3 V6 B8 V5 B6 B7 B5 V3 B5I V1 B5II B5III
SK172 0,35 0,50 0,50 0,50 0,50 0,50 0,35 0,50 0,50 0,50 0,50 0,50
SK272 0,60 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 0,60 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00
SK372 0,60 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 0,60 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00
SK472 1,00 1,90 1,90 2,00 1,80 1,80 1,00 1,90 1,90 1,90 1,90 1,50
SK572 1,00 1,90 1,90 2,00 1,80 1,80 1,00 1,90 1,90 1,90 1,90 1,50
SK672 1,40 3,40 3,10 3,15 1,45 3,15 1,15 3,40 2,70 2,80 1,25 2,70
SK772 2,00 3,30 3,50 4,20 2,70 3,30 1,60 3,30 3,50 3,30 3,10 3,10
SK872 3,70 9,60 9,10 7,30 4,70 8,00 3,50 9,00 7,90 7,70 3,90 7,20
SK972 6,50 16,00 15,70 14,70 8,50 14,00 6,50 15,00 13,00 13,50 6,50 12,00
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SK273 0,62 1,10 1,10 1,10 1,10 1,10 0,62 1,10 1,10 1,10 1,10 1,10
SK373 0,55 1,10 1,10 1,10 1,10 1,10 0,55 1,10 1,10 1,10 1,10 1,10
SK473 1,30 2,50 2,10 2,40 2,10 2,10 1,25 2,40 2,10 2,50 2,10 2,10
SK573 1,30 2,50 2,10 2,40 2,10 2,10 1,25 2,40 2,10 2,50 2,10 2,10
SK673 1,80 3,80 3,20 3,40 2,90 3,00 1,70 3,80 3,00 3,20 3,00 3,00
SK773 2,50 4,50 3,70 4,60 3,30 3,30 2,30 5,00 3,60 4,50 3,90 3,90
SK873 6,20 8,40 7,50 9,10 7,50 7,50 5,00 8,80 7,60 8,00 8,00 8,00
SK973 11,00 15,80 13,00 16,00 13,30 13,00 10,30 16,50 13,00 16,00 14,00 14,00
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M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6
6.1
M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6
SK20 0,55 1,00 0,55 1,00 0,55 0,55 SK20 F 0,35 0,60 0,35 0,60 0,35 0,35
SK0 0,13 0,22 0,13 0,22 0,13 0,13 SK0 F 0,13 0,22 0,13 0,22 0,13 0,13
SK01 0,22 0,38 0,22 0,38 0,22 0,22 SK01 F 0,22 0,38 0,22 0,38 0,22 0,22
SK25 0,50 0,90 0,50 0,90 0,50 0,50 SK25 F 0,50 0,90 0,50 0,90 0,50 0,50
SK33 0,80 1,60 1,00 1,60 0,80 1,00 SK33 F 1,00 1,60 1,00 1,60 0,80 1,00
SK30 0,80 1,40 0,70 1,40 0,70 0,70 SK30 F 0,80 1,40 0,70 1,10 0,70 0,70
SK300 1,40 1,50 1,40 1,50 1,40 1,40 SK300 F 1,40 1,50 1,40 1,50 1,40 1,40
SK330 1,50 1,58 1,50 1,58 1,50 1,50 SK330 F 2,00 1,58 1,50 2,80 1,50 1,50
SK200 0,80 1,30 0,80 1,30 0,80 0,80 SK200 F 0,60 1,04 0,60 1,04 0,60 0,60
SK010 0,38 0,60 0,38 0,60 0,38 0,38 SK010 F 0,38 0,60 0,38 0,60 0,38 0,38
SK250 1,20 1,50 1,40 1,50 1,40 1,40 SK250 F 1,40 1,50 1,40 1,50 1,40 1,40
SK000 0,24 0,41 0,24 0,41 0,24 0,24 SK000 F 0,24 0,41 0,24 0,41 0,24 0,24
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M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6
6.1
M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6
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H1 H6 H2 H5 H4 H3
6.1
H1 H6 H2 H5 H4 H3
SK0182NB A 0,40 0,55 0,60 0,55 0,35 0,35
SK0282NB A 0,70 1,00 0,80 1,10 0,90 0,90
SK1382NB A 1,30 2,30 1,40 2,10 2,00 1,90
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SK1282 A 0,90 1,30 0,90 1,20 0,95 0,95 SK2382 A 2,30 2,60 1,90 3,10 1,50 1,50
SK2282 A 1,65 2,40 1,90 2,00 1,80 1,80 SK3382 A 4,10 4,90 3,30 5,60 3,30 3,30
SK3282 A 3,15 4,10 3,25 4,10 3,15 3,15 SK4382 A 5,90 6,80 4,90 8,30 4,90 4,90
SK4282 A 4,70 6,10 4,75 5,40 4,70 4,70 SK5382 A 12,50 12,00 6,70 13,50 8,30 8,30
SK5282 A 7,50 8,80 7,50 8,80 7,20 7,20 SK1382 A 1,45 1,60 1,15 1,70 1,10 1,10
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SK6282 A 17,00 14,00 12,00 17,50 10,00 14,00 SK6382 A 16,50 13,00 9,60 18,00 14,00 12,50
SK7282 A 25,00 21,00 20,00 27,00 16,00 21,00 SK7382 A 22,00 20,00 16,00 25,00 23,00 22,00
SK8282 A 37,00 33,00 30,00 41,00 31,00 31,00 SK8382 A 34,00 32,00 25,00 38,00 35,00 30,00
SK9282 A 74,00 70,00 55,00 80,00 65,00 59,00 SK9382 A 73,00 70,00 45,00 74,00 65,00 60,00
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SK10282 A 90 90 40 90 60 82 SK10382 A 85 100 73 100 80 80
SK11282 A 165 160 145 195 100 140 SK11382 A 160 155 140 210 155 135
SK12382 A 160 155 140 210 155 135
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B3 B6 B8 B3I V5 V6 B5I B5 B5III B5II V1 V3
H1 H4 H2 H3 H5 H6
SK92072 0,40 0,60 0,50 0,50 0,40 0,40 0,40 0,60 0,50 0,50 0,40 0,40
SK92172 0,55 0,90 0,95 1,10 0,75 0,62 0,50 0,92 0,87 1,05 0,75 0,65
SK92372 0,90 1,30 1,45 1,60 1,20 1,20 1,15 1,50 1,20 1,75 1,15 1,15
SK92672 1,80 3,50 3,20 3,40 2,60 2,60 1,55 2,80 2,50 3,30 2,40 2,40
SK92772 2,30 4,50 4,60 5,30 4,10 4,10 2,75 4,40 4,50 5,85 3,50 3,50
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SK9x072.1 0,39 0,93 0,79 1,02 0,49 0,62 0,39 0,93 0,79 1,02 0,49 0,62
SK9x172.1 0,60 1,17 0,94 1,37 0,65 0,85 0,60 1,17 0,94 1,37 0,65 0,85
SK9x372.1 1,00 1,97 1,65 2,14 1,12 1,34 1,00 1,97 1,65 2,14 1,12 1,34
SK9x672.1 1,80 3,23 2,71 4,20 2,02 2,45 1,80 3,23 2,71 4,20 2,02 2,45
SK9x772.1 2,72 4,63 3,70 5,40 2,93 3,25 2,72 4,63 3,70 5,40 2,93 3,25
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SK9012.1 0,70 1,60 1,90 2,40 1,20 1,70 0,70 1,90 1,90 2,20 1,20 1,70
SK9016.1 0,70 1,60 1,90 2,40 1,20 1,70 0,70 1,90 1,90 2,10 1,20 1,70
SK9022.1 1,30 2,60 3,50 4,20 2,00 2,80 1,30 2,60 3,50 4,20 2,00 2,80
SK9032.1 1,70 4,80 6,40 6,70 4,10 5,10 1,90 5,20 6,40 7,30 3,30 5,10
SK9042.1 4,40 8,70 10,00 9,80 6,80 7,50 3,60 9,70 11,40 11,50 6,50 8,20
SK9052.1 6,50 16,00 19,00 21,50 11,00 15,50 7,50 16,50 20,00 23,50 11,50 18,00
SK9062.1 10,00 27,50 32,00 36,00 18,00 24,00 12,00 27,50 33,00 38,50 19,00 26,00
SK9072.1 10,00 27,50 32,00 36,00 18,00 24,00 12,00 27,50 33,00 38,50 19,00 26,00
SK9082.1 17,00 52,00 63,00 72,00 33,00 47,00 21,00 54,00 66,00 80,00 38,00 52,00
SK9086.1 29,00 73,00 85,00 102,00 48,00 62,00 36,00 78,00 91,00 107,00 53,00 76,00
SK9092.1 41,00 157,00 170,00 172,00 80,00 90,00 40,00 130,00 154,00 175,00 82,00 91,00
SK9096.1 70,00 187,00 194,00 254,00 109,00 152,00 80,00 187,00 193,00 257,00 113,00 156,00
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SK9013.1 1,20 2,00 2,20 3,00 1,40 1,90 1,20 2,30 2,20 3,00 1,40 1,90
SK9017.1 1,20 2,00 2,20 3,00 1,40 1,90 1,20 2,30 2,20 3,00 1,40 1,90
SK9023.1 2,40 3,00 3,80 5,30 2,20 3,10 2,40 3,00 3,80 5,30 2,20 3,10
SK9033.1 3,30 6,60 7,00 7,80 4,30 5,10 3,80 5,70 6,90 8,50 3,60 5,60
SK9043.1 4,60 10,20 10,70 12,80 5,20 6,70 5,70 10,20 14,70 14,70 6,60 9,60
SK9053.1 10,00 17,00 20,00 24,20 11,50 16,50 12,50 18,00 21,50 26,50 13,00 17,00
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M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6 M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6
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B3 B6 B8 B3I V5 V6 B5I B5 B5III B5II V1 V3
6.1
H1 H4 H2 H3 H5 H6
SK02040 0,45 0,60 0,60 0,60 0,50 0,50 SK02040 A 0,40 0,80 0,65 0,60 0,50 0,50
SK02050 0,40 1,20 0,70 1,15 0,70 0,70 SK02050 A 0,45 1,10 0,90 1,10 0,80 0,80
SK12063 0,60 1,70 1,20 1,55 1,00 1,00 SK12063 A 0,50 1,45 1,20 1,40 1,10 1,10
SK12080 0,80 2,60 1,70 2,70 1,70 1,70 SK12080 A 0,90 3,10 3,00 3,00 2,20 2,20
SK32100 1,60 5,50 3,40 5,40 3,20 3,20 SK32100 A 1,50 5,20 3,80 5,30 3,80 3,80
SK42125 2,80 11,00 6,20 10,30 5,80 5,80 SK42125 A 3,20 12,90 6,10 10,50 6,30 6,30
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SK13050 0,95 1,55 1,10 1,45 0,95 0,95 SK13050 A 0,85 1,75 1,25 1,35 1,15 1,15
SK13063 1,30 2,30 1,60 2,00 1,25 1,25 SK13063 A 1,05 2,10 1,55 2,10 1,45 1,45
SK13080 1,70 3,20 2,10 3,30 1,95 1,95 SK13080 A 1,70 3,45 3,60 3,60 2,55 2,55
SK33100 2,10 7,60 4,00 6,50 3,70 3,70 SK33100 A 2,10 6,10 4,80 6,50 4,20 4,20
SK43125 7,80 14,00 7,20 13,50 6,70 6,70 SK43125 A 4,80 13,50 7,40 14,50 8,00 8,00
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SK02040 F 0,50 0,80 0,75 0,60 0,50 0,50
SK02050 F 0,45 1,40 0,90 1,25 1,00 1,00 SK13050 F 0,90 1,80 1,15 1,75 1,25 1,25
SK12063 F 0,50 1,60 1,40 1,80 1,50 1,50 SK13063 F 0,95 2,10 1,65 2,15 1,75 1,75
SK12080 F 0,95 3,20 3,10 3,30 2,50 2,50 SK13080 F 1,40 4,20 3,35 3,80 2,75 2,75
SK32100 F 1,50 7,10 4,90 7,10 4,40 4,40 SK33100 F 2,30 7,60 5,50 7,80 4,85 4,85
SK42125 F 3,30 11,20 6,10 11,00 6,80 6,80 SK43125 F 4,30 14,50 7,10 12,10 7,70 7,70
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NORD DRIVESYSTEMS GROUP
Headquarters:
Getriebebau NORD GmbH & Co. KG
Rudolf-Diesel-Strae 1
22941 Bargteheide, Germany
Fon +49 (0) 4532 / 289 - 0
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B1091
Operating and Maintenance Instructions
GB
Three-phase Asynchronous Motors Standard Design
Explosion-proof Motors with Type of Protection e
Dust Explosion-proof Motors (Zone 21+ Zone 22)
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Contents
1. General information ........................................................................................................... 3
2. Description............................................................................................................................4
2.1 Range of application...............................................................................................................4
3. Information on the designated use of electric motors ....................................................4
3.1 Transport, storage ..................................................................................................................4
3.2 Installation...............................................................................................................................5
3.3 Balancing, output components ...............................................................................................5
3.4 Alignment................................................................................................................................5
3.5 Electrical connection...............................................................................................................5
3.6 Checking insulation resistance...............................................................................................6
3.7 Commissioning.......................................................................................................................6
4. Maintenance/servicing.........................................................................................................7
5. Motors with type of protection Increased Safety Exe.......................................................8
6. Motors for use in Zone 21 and Zone 22............................................................................10
6.1 General .................................................................................................................................10
6.2 Safety instructions ................................................................................................................10
6.3 Commissioning instructions/range of application .................................................................10
6.4 Design and method of operation ..........................................................................................11
6.5 Minimum cross-sections of protective earth wires................................................................11
6.6 Maintenance.........................................................................................................................12
7. IE2-ATEX Motors for use in Zone 21 and Zone 22 ..........................................................13
7.1 General information..............................................................................................................13
7.1.2 Impact test ............................................................................................................................13
7.2 Safety information.................................................................................................................13
7.3 Commissioning information / Field of application / Extended ambient temperature range...........13
7.3.1 Electrical connection.............................................................................................................14
7.3.2 Cable and wiring glands .......................................................................................................15
7.3.3 Permissible ambient temperature range ..............................................................................16
7.3.4 Painting.................................................................................................................................16
7.3.5 IEC-B14 Motors ....................................................................................................................16
7.4 Structure and method of use................................................................................................17
7.5 Minimum cross section of bonding conductors ....................................................................17
7.6 Maintenance.........................................................................................................................17
8. Options for motors for use in Zone 22.............................................................................18
8.1 Option inverter operation......................................................................................................18
8.2 Option external fan ...............................................................................................................18
8.3 Option return stop.................................................................................................................18
8.4 Option brake.........................................................................................................................18
9. Spare parts drawing and spare parts list.........................................................................19
10. Conformity declarations ....................................................................................................20
Safety and information signs
Please comply with the following safety and information signs!
Danger!
Danger to life and risk of
injury for humans
Attention!
Damage to the machine possible
Danger!
Important information
for explosion protection
Information!
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1. Information
1. General information
These Operating Instructions must be read before you transport, assemble, commission,
maintain or repair NORD motors. All persons who are involved with such tasks must observe
these Operating Instructions. All safety instructions provided in these Operating Instructions
must be strictly observed for reasons of personal protection and protection of property.
Information and instructions provided in the manual supplied, safety and commissioning
information and all other manuals must be observed.
This is absolutely essential in order to avoid hazards and damage!
Any applicable national, local and system-specific regulations and requirements must also be
observed!
Custom designs and design variants may differ on technical details. If any points are
not clear, it is urgently recommended that you consult the manufacturer stating the
type designation and motor number or have the maintenance work performed by
NORD.
Qualified staff are persons who, owing to their training, experience, instruction received, and
their knowledge of relevant standards, accident prevention regulations and the appropriate
operating conditions, are entitled to perform the activities necessary in order to put the motor
into operation.
That also calls for knowledge of First Aid and local rescue facilities. It is assumed that the
work for transport, assembly, installation, commissioning, maintenance and repair will be
performed by qualified staff.
The following points in particular must be observed:
x Specifications and information about permissible use, assembly, connection, ambient
and operating conditions, which are included in the catalogue, the order
documentation and any other product documentation
x The local, system-specific regulations and requirements
x Expert use of tools, hoisting equipment and transport equipment
x Use of personal safety equipment
For reasons of simplicity the Operating Instructions cannot contain all detailed information
about possible design variants so they cannot take into consideration every imaginable case
of installation, operation or maintenance.
For this reason these Operating Instructions essentially only contain such instructions as are
required for normal use by qualified staff. To prevent malfunctions it is necessary that the
specified maintenance and inspection work be performed by appropriately trained staff.
x The engineering guideline 605 2101 must be included with the operating instructions
when operated with the inverter.
x The additional operating instructions must be taken into account if an external fan is
present.
x The brake operating instructions must also be taken into account with braking motors.
If, for any reason, the operating instructions or the engineering guidelines are lost, new
documentation must be obtained from Getriebebau NORD.
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2. Description
3. Information
2.1 Range of application
Use of the motors:
The motors may only be used for their intended purpose.
The motors are designed with at least IP 55 protection (for degree of protection see name
plate). They can be installed in a dusty or moist environment.
The necessary degree of protection and any additional precautions required always depend
on the operating and environmental conditions. For outdoor installation and vertical designs,
e.g. V1 or V5 with shaft pointing down, NORD recommends using the option of the double fan
hood [RDD].The motors must be protected against intense sunlight, e.g. by means of a
protective roof. The insulation is tropic-proof.
Installation height: d1000 m
Ambient temperature: -20C...+40C. With standard motors, a greater ambient temperature
range is permitted from -20C...+60C. The rated power must however be reduced to 82% of
the catalogue value. If the maximum value of the ambient temperature is between +40C and
+60C, the value of the power consumption can be inversely interpolated linearly between
100% and 82%.
The motor connection cables and the cable inlet glands must be suitable for temperatures
t 90C.
3. Information on the designated use of electric motors
Work may only be performed if the system is disconnected from the mains supply.
3.1 Transport, storage
x For transport use all the hoisting lugs fitted to the motor!
x The hoisting lugs are designed for the weight of the motor; do not attach any
additional loads!
x To transport machine sets (e.g. gear unit attachments) only use the hoisting lugs and
pins provided!
x Machine sets must not be hoisted by attaching to individual machines!
To prevent damage to the motor, the motor must always be lifted with suitable hoisting
equipment. The antifriction bearings should be replaced if the time between delivery and
motor commissioning under favourable conditions (storage in dry, dust-free and vibration-free
rooms) is more than 4 years. Under unfavourable conditions that time is reduced
considerably. It may be necessary to treat unprotected, machine surfaces (flanging surface,
shaft end; ...) with corrosion inhibitor. If necessary, check the insulation resistance of the
winding, see section 3.6.
Changes in normal operation (higher power consumption, higher temperatures or higher
vibrations, unusual noises or smells, response from the monitoring system, etc.) indicate that
operation is impaired. To avoid personal injury and damage to property, the maintenance staff
responsible must be informed about the change immediately.
In case of doubt switch off the motor without delay, as soon as the status of the system
permits.
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3. Information
3.2 Installation
x Screwed-in lifting eyes must either be screwed in fully or removed after erection!
x Running smoothness: Precise alignment of the coupling and a well-balanced drive
element (coupling, belt pulleys, fans, etc.) are prerequisites for quiet, low vibration
operation.
x Complete balancing of the motor with the drive elements may be necessary.
x The upper section of the terminal box and the terminal box position can be rotated by
4 x 90 degrees.
x IEC-B14 motors:
All four fixing screws, even if not required, must be screwed into the flanged bearing
plate! The fixing screw threads must be inserted with a sealant, e.g. Loctite 242. The
maximum screw-in depth in the bearing plate is 2 x d.
x The motor must be inspected for damage before installation and commissioning. A
damaged motor must not be commissioned.
3.3 Balancing, output components
Fitting and removing output assemblies (coupling, pulleys, gear, ...) must be performed
with a suitable device. The rotors are balanced with half key balancing as standard.
When fitting output assemblies to the motor shaft observe the appropriate type of
balancing! The output assemblies have to be balanced in accordance with
DIN ISO 1940!
Take the general precautions necessary for providing the output assemblies with shock
protection. If a motor is put into operation without an output assembly, prevent the key from
being flung out. This also applies if a second shaft end is fitted. Alternatively, remove the key.
3.4 Alignment
Especially if there is a direct coupling, align the shafts of the motor and the driven machine
with one another axially and radially. Any inaccurate alignment can lead to bearing damage,
excessive vibrations and shaft breakage.
3.5 Electrical connection
Feed the connecting leads into the terminal box with cable glands. The terminal box must be
sealed so that it is dust-tight and water-tight. The mains voltage and mains frequency must
agree with the figures on the name plate. 5% voltage deviations or 2% frequency
deviations are permissible without any reduction in performance. The connections and
arrangement of the terminal board jumpers must conform to the circuit diagram provided in
the terminal box. Connect the protective earth lead to that protective earth terminal.
Provide the ends of the connecting leads with cable lugs or curved ring eyes and connect
them to the terminal board. That also applies to the protective earth connection and the
external bonding lead.
For tightening torques at the screw connections of electric terminals and the terminal board
connections (apart from terminal strips) refer to the table below:
Tightening torques for terminal board connections
Thread diameter M4 M5 M6 M8
Tightening torque (Nm) 0.6 1.2 1.8 2.5 2.7 4.0 5.5 8.0
If the machine has an auxiliary heater, it must not be switched on during operation.
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3. Information
3.6 Checking insulation resistance
Before putting the motor into operation for the first time, after a lengthy period of storage or
standstill (approx. 6 months), the insulation resistance of the winding has to be determined.
During and directly after measurement the terminals carry hazardous voltages in some cases
and must not be touched.
Insulation resistance
The insulation resistance of new, cleaned, repaired windings against the housing and against
one another is >200 M Ohm.
Measurement
In the case of windings up to an operating voltage of 400 V the insulation resistance against
the housing must be measured with a DC voltage of 500 V. At operating voltages up to 725 V
measure with a DC voltage of 1000 V. When doing this the temperature of the windings
should be 25C 15C.
Checking
If, in the case of a new, cleaned winding or a repaired motor which has been stored or shut
down for any lengthy period, the insulation resistance of the winding against the housing is
less than 50 MOhm, the cause may be moisture. The windings will then have to be dried.
After any lengthy period of operation the insulation resistance may drop. As long as the
measured value does not fall below the critical insulation resistance of < 50 MOhm, the motor
may continue to be operated. If the value falls below the critical level, the cause must be
established and if necessary, the windings or winding sections must be repaired, cleaned or
dried.
3.7 Commissioning
Note: Electromagnetic compatibility
Emitted interference: If torques are not equal (e.g. drive of a piston compressor) a non-
sinusoidal motor current is bound to develop, the harmonics of which may cause
impermissible mains influence and hence impermissible emitted interference.
If power is fed via an inverter, different levels of emitted interference will occur, depending on
the design of inverter (type, suppression, manufacturer). It is absolutely essential that the
EMC information provided by the inverter manufacturer be observed. If the manufacturer
recommends a screened motor supply lead, screening will be most effective if it is electrically
connected to a large area of the metal terminal box of the motor (with EMC cable gland made
of metal). In the case of motors with built-in sensors (e.g. PTC thermistors) interference
voltages can occur on the sensor line, caused by the inverter.
Interference immunity: In the case of motors with built-in sensors (e.g. PTC thermistors) the
user himself must ensure adequate interference immunity by making a suitable selection of
sensor signal line (possibly with screening, interfacing as with motor supply lead) and the
analysing instrument. Prior to commissioning always observe the information and instructions
in the operating manuals for inverters as well as all other sets of instructions. After attaching
the motors, check them to make sure they are operating properly! In the case of brake motors
also check that the brake operates properly.
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4. Maintenance
Servicing
Safety precautions
Before commencing any work on the motor or device, but especially before opening covers in
front of live components, always isolate the motor electrically according to the regulations.
Apart from the main circuits also isolate any additional or auxiliary circuits.
The standard "5 safety rules", e.g. according to DIN VDE 0105, are:
x Isolate electrically
x Prevent equipment from being switched on again
x Check that there is no voltage
x Earth and short-circuit
x Cover any adjacent live components or prevent access with barriers
The above precautions may only be withdrawn when the maintenance work has been
completed and the motor is fully assembled.
Inspect the motors properly at regular intervals. In particular look out for any physical damage,
ensure that cooling passages are free, listen for any unusual noises, and ensure that electrical
connections are performed in a proper manner.
With the exception of standardised, commercial or equivalent parts the only spare parts which
may be used are genuine spare parts!
NOTE: Inasmuch as motors are provided with enclosed condensation ports, they must be
opened from time to time so that any accumulated condensation can drain off. Condensation
ports are always positioned at the lowest point of the motor. When installing the motor ensure
that the condensation holes are at the bottom.
Bearing changes, grease filling
The period for changing bearings in operating hours [h] on IEC motors with coupling drive is
as follows, under normal operating conditions and with the motor installed horizontally,
depending on coolant temperature and motor speed:
25C 40C
up to 1800 min
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approx. 40000 h approx. 20000 h
up to 3600 min
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approx. 20000 h approx. 10000 h
In the case of direct gearbox attachment or under special operating conditions, e.g. vertical
motor, substantial vibrations or shock loads, frequent reversing, etc. the above-mentioned
operating hours will be reduced considerably.
The motor must be subjected to a general overhaul every 5 years!
General overhaul
For this purpose the motor must be dismantled. Perform the following work:
x Clean all parts of the motor
x Inspect all parts of the motor for damage
x Replace all damaged parts
x Replace all antifriction bearings
x Replace all gaskets and shaft seals
The general overhaul must be performed in a specialised workshop with appropriate
equipment and by qualified staff. We urgently recommend having the general overhaul
performed by NORD Service.
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5. Motors with protection type
Increased Safety Exe
These motors are subject to the following supplementary or specific information.
The motors are suitable for use in Zone 1 and conform to equipment group II, category 2G, and can be used
for an ambient temperature between -20C and +40C.
Type addition: 2G e.g.: 80 L/4 2G TF
The marking is 0102 II 2G Ex e II along with the temperature class
If the motor is connected to a gearbox, the Ex marking of the gearbox must also be observed.
Explosive gas mixtures or concentrations of dust in conjunction with hot, live and moving parts on electrical
machinery can cause serious or lethal injuries.
The increased hazard in explosive areas calls for particularly careful compliance with the general safety and
commissioning instructions. The staff responsible must be trained regarding correct use of motors in
explosive areas.
Explosion-proof electrical machines comply with the standards in series EN 60034 (VDE 0530) as well as
EN 60079-0 and 60079-7. It is the degree of explosion risk which determines zone classification.
DIN EN 60079, Part 10, provides information on this. It is the user who is responsible for zone classification.
If motors are not certified for explosive areas, it is prohibited to use them in explosive areas.
Cable entries must be approved for explosive atmospheres. Ports which are not used must be closed off with
approved blind plugs.
When connecting up the installation lines to the motor terminals and the protective earth lead must be laid
with U-shaped lines under the respective terminals so that the wire clamps and the terminal studs are
subjected to uniform loading and are not deformed under any circumstances. Alternatively, the connections
can be made with a cable lug. The use of aluminium connecting cables is not permissible.
The motor is supplied with a certified cable gland. The clamping nuts of the cable gland must be tightened to
the torque specified in the following table.
Cable gland Clamping nut tightening
torque [Nm]
M20x1.5 6
M25x1.5 8
M32x1.5 12
M40x1.5 16
When connecting up always ensure that the permissible clearance distances of 10 mm and the permissible
creepage distances of 12 mm between live components and housing potential and between individual live
components are observed.
Before the terminal box is closed, make sure that all the nuts on the terminals and the screw on the
protective earth terminal are tight. The terminal box gaskets and the seals on the cable gland must be fitted
properly and must not be damaged in any way.
If the shaft end is at the top, e.g. designs IMV3 or IMV6, and the motor has Exe protection, the user/installer
must fit a cover which prevents foreign bodies from falling into the motor fan hood (see DIN EN 60079-0). It
must not impair cooling of the motor by its fan. A handwheel at the second shaft end is not permitted. If the
shaft end is at the bottom, e.g. designs IMV1 or IMV5, the motors are generally provided with a protective
roof on the fan hood. The motors are designed for continuous duty and normal, non-recurring start-ups in
which no substantial start-up heat develops.
Area A in EN 60034-1 (VDE 0530 Part 1) - voltage 5%, frequency 2%, characteristic, mains symmetry -
must be observed so that the development of heat remains within the limits permitted. Any major deviations
from the ratings can caused an impermissible increase in the development of heat in the electric machine.
The motor temperature class stated on the name plate must at least conform to the temperature class of any
combustible gas that may be emitted.
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5. Motors with protection type
Increased Safety Exe
Each machine must be protected against impermissible development of heat by a current-dependent
delayed protective switch tested for operation by an appointed body, with phase-failure protection in
compliance with VDE 0660 or an equivalent system in all phases. The protective system must be set to the
rated current. If windings are connected in a delta circuit the trips must be connected in series with the
winding phases and set to 0.58 times the rated current. If such a configuration is not possible, additional
precautions will be necessary (e.g. thermal machine protection).
If the rotor jams, the protective system must shut down within the t
E
-time specified for the respective
temperature class.
Electric machines for heavy starting (ramp time > 1.7 x t
E
-time) must be protected by a start-up monitoring
system in accordance with the provisions of the EC type test certificate.
Thermal machine protection by means of direct thermal monitoring of the winding with PTC thermistor
temperature sensor is permissible if it is certified and stated on the name plate.
Do not connect any voltage higher than 30V to the PTC thermistor temperature sensor!
If the only protection is a PTC thermistor temperature sensor, a performance-tested, certified PTC tripping
unit from an appointed body must be used. The PTC tripping unit must be provided with the following marks
concerning the degree of protection:
II (2) G
In Germany reference is made to DIN 57165/VDE 0165 and ElexV for setting up electrical installations
in explosive areas! In other countries the appropriate national regulations must be observed!
Operation in conjunction with an inverter must be explicitly certified. It is absolutely essential that the
separate manufacturer's instructions be observed. For Exe protection the motor, inverter and protective
systems must be identified as belonging together and the permissible operating data must be defined on the
joint EC type test certificate. The levels of voltage peaks generated by the inverter may be subjected to
unfavourable influences by the connecting cable installed between the inverter and the electric machine. In
the system comprising inverter-cable-electric machine the maximum figure for voltage peaks at the
connecting terminals on the machine must not be less than the figure specified in the separate
manufacturer's instructions. In addition, the EMC Directive must also be observed.
Any repairs must be performed by NORD or accepted by an officially recognised independent expert. The
work must be identified by means of an additional repair plate. With the exception of standardised,
commercial and equivalent parts, the only spare parts which may be used are genuine spare parts (see
spare parts list): this particularly applies to seals and connecting parts.
In the case of motors with closed condensation holes the threads of the plugs must be recoated with
Loctite 242 or Loxeal 82-21 after condensation has been drained off. As soon as that has been done the
plugs must be reinserted. Checking of electrical connections must be performed at regular intervals.
The connection terminals, protective earth terminal and equipotential bonding terminal must be inspected to
make sure they are firm. When doing so, check to make sure that the cable entry, cable gland and terminal
box gaskets are in good condition.
All work on electric machines must be performed with the machine vertical and with all terminals
disconnected from the mains.
If installation resistance is being measured the motor must be removed. Measurement must not be
performed in the explosive area. As soon as measurement has been completed discharge the connecting
terminals again by shorting them in order to prevent any spark discharges occurring in the explosive area.
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6. Motors for use in Zone 21
and Zone 22
6.1 General information
The following information applies additionally or especially to motors in categories 2D and 3D!
The motors are suitable for use in Zone 21 (category 2D) or Zone 22 non-conductive dusts (category 3D)
according to their designation.
Type addition: Zone 21: 2D e.g.: 80 L/4 2D TF
Zone 22: 3D e.g.: 80 L/4 3D TF
The designation is as follows:
0102
II 2 D T 125C for category 2 (Zone 21)*
Certification number: BVS 04 ATEX E 037
II 3 D T 125C for category 3 (Zone 22 non-conductive dust)*
* the details of the surface temperature may deviate from 125C and may be obtained from the name plate
If the motor is connected to a gear, the Ex designation of the gear must also be taken into account!
6.2 Safety information
The increased danger in areas with combustible dust requires that the general safety and commissioning
instructions are strictly complied with. Explosive dust concentrations can cause explosions if ignited by hot or
sparking objects and this can cause severe or even lethal injuries to persons and significant damage to
property.
It is absolutely essential that the persons authorised to use these motors in hazardous areas are trained in
their correct use.
6.3 Commissioning instructions / application area
The motors are suitable for use in Zone 21 (category 2D) or Zone 22 non-conductive dusts (category 3D)
according to their designation. If the motors are intended for inverter operation, this must be specified when
ordering. The motors must be protected against overheating with suitable monitoring equipment! The dust
levels must not exceed 5 mm! The motors are designed for the voltage and frequency range A as in
EN 60034 Part 1.
Motors for use in Zone 21 and Zone 22, with labelling TF may be thermally monitored via the built-in PTC in
combination with a suitable triggering device as the sole protection. Electrical equipment for use in areas with
combustible dust complies with the standards EN 50281-1-1, EN 60034 and EN 50014. The level of
explosion hazard is determined by the zone separation. The operator/employer is responsible for zone
separation (guideline 1999/92/EC).
If the designation is supplemented by an X, special documentation in the EC type examination certificate
must be complied with. It is forbidden to use standard motors in hazardous areas that are not authorised for
use in hazardous areas. In Zone 21, the cable entries must be authorised for Ex areas (protection class
minimum IP 66) and must be secured against accidental loosening. Unused apertures must be sealed with
authorised plugs (minimum protection class IP 66).
For Zone 22, the cable glands must as a minimum correspond to the protection type specified on the name
plate. Unused openings must be closed with plugs, which as a minimum correspond to the protection class
of the motor.
The motor must not be opened under hazardous atmospheres to connect the electrical cables or for any
other work. The voltage must always be switched off and secured against being switched on again before
opening the motor!
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and Zone 22
If the motor is supplied with a certified cable gland, the clamping nuts of the cable gland must be tightened to
the torque specified in the following table.
Cable gland Clamping nut tightening
torque [Nm]
M20x1.5 6
M25x1.5 8
M32x1.5 12
M40x1.5 16
The permissible ambient temperature range for all motors is -20C...+40C. A greater ambient temperature
range of -20C...+60C is permissible with motors for operation in Zones 21 and 22. This does not however
apply with the option brake and external fans! The rated power must then be reduced to 72% of the
catalogue value. If the maximum value of the ambient temperature is between +40C and +60C, the value
of the power consumption can be inversely interpolated linearly between 100% and 72%. Thermal motor
protection with a PTC temperature sensor is essential here. The motor connection cables and the cable
glands must be suitable for temperatures t 90C.
IEC-B14 motors
The B14 flanged bearing plate must be covered with a protective foil which must be removed before the
motor is fastened in place. All four fixing screws, even if not required, must be screwed into the flanged
bearing plate! The fixing screw threads must be inserted with a sealant, e.g. Loctite 242. The maximum
screw-in depth in the bearing plate is 2 x d.
If the shaft end faces upwards, e.g. models IMV3, IMV6, a cover must be positioned on the motor by the
operator/installer to prevent foreign bodies from falling into the motor ventilation cover (see
DIN EN 50 280-1-1). It must not hinder the motor from being cooled by the fans. Where shaft ends face
down, e.g. models IMV1, IMV5, the motors for Zone 21 are generally equipped with a protective roof on the
ventilation cover. A handwheel on the second shaft end is not permitted.
Unless otherwise specified for operating modes and tolerances in the test certificate or name plate, electrical
machinery is designed for continuous operation and normal infrequent start-ups where insignificant start-up
heating occurs. The motors may only be used for the operating mode specified on the name plate.
The installation regulations must be complied with!
6.4 Structure and operating mode
The motors are self-cooling. Rotary shaft seals are fitted both on the drive side (DS) and on the ventilation
side (VS).
Motors for Zone 21 and Zone 22 have metal fans. The motors are designed for protection class IP 55
(Zone 22 non-conductive dust) or IP 66 (Zone 21). Under normal operating conditions the surface
temperature does not exceed that stated on the name plate.
6.5 Minimum cross-sections of ground leads
Cross-section of phase conductor
in installation S in mm
2
Minimum cross-section of the associated
ground lead S
P
in mm
2
S 16
16 < S 35
S > 35
S
16
0.5 S
When connecting a lead to the external ground, the minimum cross-section must be 4 mm
2
.
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and Zone 22
6.6 Maintenance
The voltage must always be switched off and secured against being switched on again!
Attention! Higher temperatures than the maximum permitted surface temperature of the housing may
be present inside the motor. The motor must therefore never be opened in hazardous dust
atmospheres!
The motors must be checked and tested regularly for functional safety! The applicable national
standards and regulations must be complied with!
Unpermitted high dust deposits > 5 mm may not be allowed to build up! If functional safety cannot be
ensured, the motor may not be operated!
When the ball bearings are replaced, the rotary shaft seals must also be replaced. FKM rotary shaft seals as
specified by Getriebebau NORD must be used. Ensure that they are fitted correctly!
The rotary shaft seals must be lubricated on the external rings and on the seal lips. If an explosion protected
gear is flanged dust-tight to the motor, an NBR rotary shaft seal can be used on the drive side of the motor if
the gear oil temperature does not exceed 85C.
Only original parts may be used as spare parts with the exception of standardised, commercially available
and equivalent parts. This also applies in particular to seals and connection components. Parts for terminal
boxes or spare parts for external grounding must be ordered as per the spare parts list in the operating
instructions.
The functionality of seals, rotary shaft seals and cable glands must be regularly checked!
Maintaining dust protection for the motors is of paramount importance for explosion protection.
Maintenance must be implemented by qualified personnel in a specialist workshop with suitable equipment.
We urgently recommend that general overhauls are implemented by NORD Service.
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7. IE2-ATEX Motors for use in
Zone 21 and Zone 22
ATTENTION!
Section 7 of these operating instructions applies as a supplement for IE2-ATEX motors for Zone 21
and Zone 22 as per EN 60079-0 and DIN EN 60079-31. Please disregard Section 6 for these motors.
7.1 General information
The following information applies additionally or especially to motors in categories 2D and 3D!
The motors are suitable for use in Zone 21 (category 2D) or Zone 22 non-conductive dusts (category 3D)
according to their designation.
Type addition: Zone 21: 2D e.g.: 80 L/4 2D TF
Zone 22: 3D e.g: 80 L/4 3D TF
The designation is as follows:
0102
II 2 D Ex tb IIIC T125C Db for Category 2
(Zone 21)*
II 3 D Ex tc IIIB T125C Dc for Category 3
(Zone 22, non-conducting dust)*
* the details of the surface temperature may deviate from 125C and may be obtained from the name plate
If the motor is attached to a gear unit, the EX labelling of the gear unit must also be observed!
7.1.2 Impact test
As per 26.4.2 of EN 60079-0 (2009 version), motors for Category 3D are subjected to an impact test with 4J.
7.2 Safety information
The increased danger in areas with inflammable dust demands the strict observation of the general safety
and commissioning information. Explosive concentrations of dust may cause explosions if ignited by hot or
sparking objects. Such explosions may cause serious or fatal injuries to persons or severe material damage.
It is absolutely essential that the persons responsible for the use these motors and frequency inverters in
explosion hazard areas are trained in their correct use.
7.3 Commissioning information / Field of application
If the motors are required for use with frequency inverters, this must be stated in the order. The motors must
be protected against overheating with suitable monitoring equipment! The thickness of dust deposits must
not exceed 5 mm! The motors are designed for the voltage and frequency range B of EN 60034 Part 1.
Motors for use in Zone 21 and Zone 22, with labelling TF may be thermally monitored via the built-in PTC in
combination with a suitable triggering device as the sole protection.
Electrical equipment for use in areas with combustible dust comply with the standards DIN EN 60079-0,
EN 60079-31 and DIN EN 60034. The valid version of the standard can be seen from the EEC Declaration of
Conformity. The degree of explosion hazard determines the zone categorisation. The operator / employer is
responsible for the assignment of zones (RL 1999/92/EEC)
If the certification is supplemented with an "X" the special conditions in the EEC prototype certification and/or
the relevant documentation must be observed. The use of standard motors which are not certified for
explosion hazard areas in explosion hazard areas is prohibited.
The terminal box cover is covered on one side with a very thin film of grease. This grease film prevents the
seal from adhering to the frame of the terminal box and must not be removed. This grease film must also be
applied using a suitable grease, if the seal is replaced.
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Zone 21 and Zone 22
The terminal box seal is glued into the cover of the terminal box cover. Please only use an original seal when
replacing the seal.
If the terminal box is opened during installation, maintenance, repair, troubleshooting or overhaul, the
terminal box cover must be re-fitted after the work is complete. There must be no dirt on the surface of the
seal or the sealing surface of the terminal box frame.
The screws for the terminal box cover must be tightened with a torque according to the following table.
Tightening torques for terminal box cover screws
Thread Tightening torque [Nm]
M4 0.8 to 1.2
M5 1.2 to 1.8
M6 1.5 to 2.5
M8 3.0 to 5.0
7.3.1 Electrical Connection
The electrical connections of the terminal board are protected against twisting. The voltage supply to the
terminal board must be made by means of suitable ring terminals. The ring terminals are installed between
the two brass washers below the lock washer. The nuts must be tightened with a torque according to the
table below. The contact pressure is permanently maintained by means of the specified torque and the lock
washer. In addition, twisting of the ring terminals of the voltage supply is prevented. The connection
elements are corrosion-proof.
Torques for Electrical
Rated thread diameter Tightening torque [Nm]
M1.6 0.09-0.12
M3 0.35-0.5
M4 0.8-1.2
M5 1.8-2.5
M6 2.7-4.0
M8 5.5-8.0
M10 9.0-13.0
M12 16.0-20.0
M16 36.0-40.0
Electrical connection:
Brass nut
Lock washer
Brass washer
Brass washer
Brass nut
Brass washer
Ring terminal
Brass washer
Brass thread with collar
Mechanical protection against twisting
A
r
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7. IE2-ATEX Motors for use in
Zone 21 and Zone 22
7.3.2 Cable and wiring glands
In Zone 21, the cable entries must be authorised for Ex areas (protection class minimum IP 66) and must be
secured against accidental loosening. Unused apertures must be sealed with authorised plugs (minimum
protection class IP 66). As delivered, the motors are equipped with a blank screw cap and a plastic cap. The
plastic cap must be replaced with a certified cable gland.
For Zone 22, the cable glands must as a minimum correspond to the protection type specified on the name
plate. Unused openings must be closed with plugs, which as a minimum correspond to the protection class
of the motor and the requirements of EN 60079-0. The cable glands and blank plugs must be suitable for a
temperature of at least 100C.
The motor must not be opened under hazardous atmospheres to connect the electrical cables or for any
other work. The voltage must always be switched off and secured against being switched on again before
opening the motor!
The motors are equipped with cable glands according to the following overview.
Assignment of Cable Glands to Motor Size
Cable glands for standard motors Cable glands for brake motors
Type Number Thread Number Thread Number Thread Type Number Thread Number Thread Number Thread
63 2 M20x1.5 63 4 M20x1.5 2 M12x1.5
71 2 M20x1.5 71 4 M20x1.5 2 M12x1.5
80 2 M25x1.5 80 4 M25x1.5 2 M12x1.5
90 2 M25x1.5 90 4 M25x1.5 2 M12x1.5
100 2 M32x1.5 100 4 M32x1.5 2 M12x1.5
112 2 M32x1.5 112 4 M32x1.5 2 M12x1.5
132 2 M32x1.5 132 4 M32x1.5 2 M12x1.5 2 M16x1.5
160/
180/..X 2 M40x1.5 2 M12x1.5 2 M16x1.5
160/
180/..X 2 M40x1.5 2 M12x1.5 2 M16x1.5
180/
200/..X 2 M40x1.5 2 M12x1.5 2 M16x1.5
180/
200/..X 2 M40x1.5 2 M12x1.5 2 M16x1.5
200 2 M40x1.5 2 M12x1.5 2 M16x1.5 200 2 M40x1.5 2 M12x1.5 2 M16x1.5
If the motor is supplied with a certified cable gland, the clamping nuts of the cable gland must be tightened to
the torque specified in the following table.
Cable gland Clamping nut tightening
torque [Nm]
M20x1.5 6
M25x1.5 8
M32x1.5 12
M40x1.5 16
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Zone 21 and Zone 22
7.3.3 Permissible Ambient Temperature Range
The permissible ambient temperature range for all motors is -20C...+40C. A greater ambient temperature
range of -20C...+60C is permissible with motors for operation in Zones 21 and 22. This does not however
apply with the option brake and external fans! In this case, the rated power must be reduced to 72% of the
value stated in the catalogue. If the maximum ambient temperature is between +40C and +60C, the power
output should be inversely linearly interpolated between 100% and 72%. In this case thermal protection of
the motor by means of a thermistor sensor is essential. The motor connection cables and the cable glands
must be suitable for temperatures of at least 100C.
7.3.4 Painting
Motors for Zone 21 and Zone 22 are provided with suitable painting ex-works.
Subsequent painting may only be carried out after consultation with Getriebebau NORD or a workshop which
is approved for the repair of explosion protected motors. Compliance with the valid standards and regulations
is mandatory.
7.3.5 IEC-B14 Motors
The B14 flanged bearing plate must be covered with a protective foil which must be removed before the mo-
tor is fastened in place. All four fixing screws, even if not required, must be screwed into the flanged bearing
plate! The fixing screw threads must be inserted with a sealant, e.g. Loctite 242. The maximum screw-in
depth in the bearing plate is 2 x d.
If the end of the shaft faces upwards, e.g. version IMV3, IMV6, a cover must be provided by the operator /
installer, which prevents foreign bodies from falling into the fan cover of the motor (see DIN EN 60079-017,
item 17). This must not obstruct the fan from cooling the motor. If the end of the shaft faces downwards, e.g.
versions IMV1, IMV5, motors for Zone 21 and Zone 22 are provided with a protective cover on the fan cover.
A hand wheel on the second end of the shaft is not permitted for versions with the "shaft end downwards".
Unless otherwise specified for operating modes and tolerances in the test certificate or name plate, electrical
machinery is designed for continuous operation and normal infrequent start-ups where insignificant start-up
heating occurs. The motors may only be used for the type of operation stated on the name plate.
The installation instructions must be strictly observed.
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7. IE2-ATEX Motors for use in
Zone 21 and Zone 22
7.4 Structure and method of use
The motors are self-cooling. Rotary shaft seals are fitted both on the drive side (DS) and on the ventilation
side (VS). Motors for Zone 21 and Zone 22 have metal fans. Motors with brakes for Zone 22 (Category 3D,
non-conducting dust) have a special plastic fan. The motors are produced as protection class IP55,
optionally protection class IP 66, (Zone 22 non-conducting dust) or IP66 (Zone 21). Under normal
operating conditions, the surface temperature does not exceed the surface temperature stated on the name
plate.
7.5 Minimum cross section of bonding conductors
Cross-section of phase conductor in in-
stallation S in mm
2
Minimum cross-section of the associated
ground lead S
P
in mm
2
S 16
16 < S 35
S > 35
S
16
0.5 S
When connecting a lead to the external ground, the minimum cross-section must be 4 mm
2
.
7.6 Maintenance
The voltage must always be switched off and secured against being switched on again before open-
ing the motor!
Attention! Higher temperatures than the maximum permitted surface temperature of the housing may
be present inside the motor. The motor must therefore never be opened in hazardous dust atmos-
pheres! The motors must be checked and tested regularly for functional safety! The applicable na-
tional standards and regulations must be complied with!
Unpermitted high dust deposits > 5 mm may not be allowed to build up! If functional safety cannot be en-
sured, the motor may not be operated! When the ball bearings are replaced, the rotary shaft seals must also
be replaced. FKM rotary shaft seals as specified by Getriebebau NORD must be used. Ensure that they are
fitted correctly! The rotary shaft seals must be lubricated on the external rings and on the seal lips. If an ex-
plosion protected gear is flanged dust-tight to the motor, an NBR rotary shaft seal can be used on the drive
side of the motor if the gear oil temperature does not exceed 85C. Only original parts may be used as spare
parts with the exception of standardised, commercially available and equivalent parts. This also applies in
particular to seals and connection components. Parts for terminal boxes or spare parts for external grounding
must be ordered as per the spare parts list in the operating instructions.
The functionality of seals, rotary shaft seals and cable glands must be regularly checked!
Maintaining dust protection for the motors is of paramount importance for explosion protection.
Maintenance must be implemented by qualified personnel in a specialist workshop with suitable equipment.
We urgently recommend that the general overhaul is carried out by NORD Service.
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8. Options for motors used in
Zone 22
8.1 Option inverter operation
ATEX NORD motors for Zone 22 are suitable for inverter operation due to their insulation system design.
Because of the variable rpm range, temperature monitoring with PTC resistors or temperature monitors is
necessary. For safe engineering and application, comply with the engineering guideline "Operation of ATEX
motors with frequency inverters", No. 605 2101. The engineering guideline provides information about the
necessary requirements for inverter operation and about the permitted rpm ranges.
8.2 Option external fan
Motors with the additional designation F (e.g. 80S/4 3D F) are equipped with an external fan and must be
monitored via the integrated temperature sensor.
Attention!
The motor may only be operated together with the external fan! A failure of the external fan can lead to the
motor overheating and therefore endanger property/persons.
Comply with the operating instructions for the external fan!
The power supply for the external fan is provided independently via the external fan terminal box. The
external fan power supply must be identical to the voltage rating given on the name plate. The external fans
must be protected against overheating with suitable monitoring equipment! The IP protection classes of the
external fan and motor may be different. The lower IP protection class applies to the drive unit. The cable
glands must as a minimum correspond to the protection type specified on the name plate. Unused openings
must be closed with plugs, which as a minimum correspond to the protection class of the motor.
External fans and motors for use in hazardous areas have an Ex designation as per guideline 94/9 EC. This
designation must be present on the external fan and on the motor. If the designations of the external fan and
the motor differ, the lowest designated explosion protection applies to the entire drive. The maximum
specified temperature given in the surface temperature data for the individual components applies for the
entire drive unit In this case, it may be necessary to take into account any gears that may be present.
Contact Getriebebau NORD if there are any doubts.
If any component in the entire drive does not have an Ex designation, then the entire drive may not be
operated in an Ex area.
8.3 Option return stop
Motors with the additional designation RLS (e.g. 80S/4 3D RLS) are equipped with a return stop.
Motors with return stops have an arrow marking the direction of rotation on the ventilation cover. The arrow
points in the rotation direction of the motor. It must be ensured, when connecting the motor and during motor
control, that the motor can only operate in the rotation direction, e.g. by means of a rotary field test.
Switching the motor to the blocked rotation direction, i.e. incorrect rotation direction, can lead to damage.
Return stops operate without wear from a speed of ca. 800 1/min.. Return stops must not be operated at
speeds under 800 l/min to prevent unpermitted heating and rapid wear of the return stop. This must be taken
into account for motors with a frequency of 50 Hz and poles 8, and for motors with frequency inverters.
8.4 Option brake
Motors with the additional designation BRE (e.g. 80S/4 3D BRE 10) are equipped with a brake and must be
monitored via the integrated temperature sensor. If the temperature sensor of one of the components (motor
or brake) is triggered, the entire drive must be securely shutdown. The motor and brake PTC's must be
switched in series.
Attention!
The brake DC voltage supply must be implemented via a rectifier located in the motor terminal box or via a
directly supplied voltage. The brake voltage shown on the name plate must be complied with.
The power supply lines must not be laid in a cable together with the temperature sensor circuit. The brake
functionality must be checked before start-up. There should be no grinding noises, as this could lead to
unpermitted excessive heating.
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Item No. Description Item No. Description
900 Rotor with shaft
902 End shield at drive end
902.1 Cheese-head screw
902.2 Hexagon nut
904 Shaft seal
905 Bearing at drive end
906 Ball bearing shim
907 Terminal box frame
907.1 Chassis connection terminal wire clamp
907.2 Oval-head screw
908 Terminal box lid
908.1 Cheese-head screw
909 Terminal box frame gasket
910 Terminal box lid gasket
911 Terminal board
911.1 Cheese-head screw
911.5 Spring lock washer
912 Mini-terminal
912.1 Oval-head screw
913 Spacer
913.1 Cheese-head screw
913.2 Spring lock washer
916 Stator with winding
916.1 Equipotential bonding terminal
916.2 Spring pin
918 Key
924 Screw-on foot (BG 100-132)
924.1 Hexagon bolt
924.2 Spring lock washer
924.3 Hexagon nut
929 Bearing at ventilation end
932 End shield at ventilation end
932.1 Cheese-head screw
932.2 Hexagon nut
933 Shaft seal
939 Fan
940 Fan hood
940.1 Oval-head screw
940.2 Countersink screw B3
941 Key
942 947 Circlip
948 Circlip
952 Clamping bush
953 Cable gland
955 Blind plug
956 Blind plug
980 Protective roof
988 Ring seal
989 Name plate
989.1 Oval-head screw
9. Spare parts drawing and
spare parts list
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10. Conformity declaration
Getriebebau NORDGmbH & Co. KG
Rudolf-Diesel-Str. 1, D-22941 Bargteheide, Germany
Telephone: +49 (0) 4532-401-0 Fax: +49 (0) 4532-401-555 http://www.nord.com
EC Declaration of Conformity
According to Directive 94/9/ EEC Annex VII
We, Getriebebau Nord GmbH & Co. KG hereby declare
that the surface-cooled three-phase asynchronous motors with squirrel cage rotor
Type: SK 80*H/4 3D, SK 90*H/4 3D, SK 100*H/4 3D,
SK 112*H/4 3D, SK 132*H/4 3D, SK 160*H/4 3D,
SK 180*H/4 3D, SK 200XH/4 3D
* Power code (e.g. S, M, L, A)
comply with the following regulations:
94/9/EG
Directive for the harmonisation of statutory regulations of member states for devices and protective
systems for proper use in explosion hazard areas
Applied harmonised standards:
EN 60079-0: 2009
EN 60079-31: 2009
Initial labelling was carried out in 2011.
Bargteheide, 19.08.2011
U. Kchenmeister: i.V. F. Wiedemann
Manager Head of Motors Division
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