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Installation and Operating Instructions

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SIHIISOchem
Series CBSD and CBHD
End suction pump, process type
to ISO 5199 / 2858

Sterling SIHI GmbH


D-67061 Ludwigshafen Halbergstrasse 1 Germany
Phone (06 21) 56 12-0 Fax (06 21) 56 12-209

Replaces: L143.21701.55.038.02
143.21701.56.034.02 05/02

Content

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Content

Safety........................................................................................................................................ Chapter 1
Safety instructions, warranty
Intended application ............................................................................................................... Chapter 2
Application, description
Planning of the installation .................................................................................................... Chapter 3
Piping system, accessories
Unpacking, handling ............................................................................................................... Chapter 4
Handling, intermediate storage, preservation
Mounting of the pump ............................................................................................................. Chapter 5
Assembly site, balancing, installation in the piping system
Starting and stopping procedures ......................................................................................... Chapter 6
Starting procedures, stopping procedures
Maintenance and assembly .................................................................................................... Chapter 7
Maintenance, assembly, disassembly
Help in case of trouble............................................................................................................. Chapter 8
If something does not work
Technical data.......................................................................................................................... Chapter 9
Limit values, noise emission
Annex....................................................................................................................................... Chapter 10
Operating limits, dimension table, connections, sectional drawings, manufacturers declaration

Attention: This pump or this pump unit, respectively may be mounted and put into operation by qualified
technical personnel only and these operating instructions and the effective regulations have
strictly to be observed. If you do not pay attention to these operating instructions,
danger may be created for you and your colleagues,
the pump or the pump unit may be damaged,
the manufacturer is not liable for damages resulting from this non observance!
Please be aware of your responsibility for your fellow men when working at the pump or the pump
set!
Safety instructions marked with
have to be considered in particular when operating this
pump in potentially explosive atmospheres!
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Safety

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Chapter 1

1.2 Qualification and training of operating


personnel

Safety

1.1 Safety instructions


This manual gives basic instructions which must
be observed during installation, operation and
maintenance of the pump.
It is therefore imperative that this manual be read
by the fitter and the responsible personnel or
operator prior to assembly and start up. It must
always be kept available at the installation site.
Within this manual, safety
marked with safety symbols.

instructions

are

The personnel responsible for operation, maintenance, inspection and assembly must be adequately qualified.
The responsibilities of the operating personnel
must be exactly defined by the plant operator.
If the staff do not have the necessary knowledge,
they must be trained and instructed, which may
be performed by the machine manufacturer or the
supplier on behalf of the plant operator, if
required.
Moreover, the plant operator is to make sure that
the contents of this manual are fully understood
by the operating personnel.

1.3 Hazards in the event of non-compliance


with the safety instructions

Safety symbol to ISO 3864-B.3.1

This general hazard symbol highlights information


non-compliance with which could cause a risk to
personal safety.

Non-compliance with the safety instructions may


cause a risk to the personnel as well as to the
environment and the machine and may result in a
loss of any right to claim damages.
For example, non-compliance may involve the
following hazards:

Safety symbol to ISO 3864-B.3.6

This symbol refers to electrical safety.


This word gives warning of a hazard to the machine.

failure of important functions of the equipment


failure of specified maintenance and repair
procedures
electrical, mechanical and chemical hazards
affecting personal safety
release of environmentally damaging substances

CAUTION
1.4 Safety at work
Safety instructions that have to be considered
when operating this pump in potentially explosive
atmospheres are marked with the word:

When operating the pump, the safety instructions


contained in this manual, the relevant national
accident prevention and explosion protection
regulations and any other service and safety instructions issued by the plant operator must be
observed.

Signs affixed to the machine, e.g.


arrow indicating the direction of rotation
symbols indicating fluid connections
must be observed and kept legible.

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1.5 Safety instructions relevant to operation


If hot or cold machine components involve
hazards, the customer must ensure these
components are guarded against accidental
contact.
Contact guards for moving parts (e.g.
coupling) must not be removed from the
machine while in operation.
Any leakage of hazardous (e.g. explosive,
toxic, hot) fluids (e.g. from the shaft seal) must

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be drained away so as to prevent any risk to


personal safety or the environment. Statutory
regulations must be complied with.
Hazards resulting from electricity must be prevented. Local regulations must be complied
with.

Chapter 1

steel plate constructions executed this


way that with faults to be foreseen (e.g.
deformation by stepping on the coupling
guard) a contact between the rotating
parts and the coupling guard is excluded.

1.7.3 Priming of the pump


1.6

Safety instructions relating to maintenance, inspection and assembly work

It shall be the plant operator's responsibility to


ensure that all maintenance, inspection and assembly work is performed by authorised and
qualified personnel who have adequately familiarised themselves with the subject matter by
studying this manual in detail.
Any assembly or maintenance work on the machine shall only be performed when it is at a
standstill. The procedure for stopping the
machine described in this manual must be
followed.
Pumps which handle hazardous fluids must be
decontaminated.
On completion of work all safety and protective
facilities must be re-installed and made operative
again.
Prior to restarting the machine, the instructions
listed under sub-section "Checks before first startup" must be observed.

The pump is assumed to be filled with liquid at all


times during operation so that no explosive mixtures can form inside the pump and dry operation
of the mechanical seal is prevented.
1.7.4 Avoidance of exterior impact effect
The operator has to ensure that with an operation
of the machine in areas with explosion hazard no
exterior impact effect to the machine casing may
arise.

1.8 Unauthorised alterations and production


of spare parts
Any modification to the machine is permissible
only within the limits as documented by Sterling
SIHI or after consultation with Sterling SIHI.
Using genuine spare parts and accessories
authorised by the manufacturer is in the interest
of safety. Use of other parts may exempt the
manufacturer from any liability.

1.9 Unauthorised use


1.7 Safety instructions for the use
potentially explosive atmospheres

in

The reliability of the pump delivered will only be


guaranteed if it is used in accordance with this
manual.

In this paragraph information are given for an


operation in areas with explosion hazard.
1.7.1 Arrangement of the units
If the pump is completed with other mechanical or
electrical components to one unit, the complete
unit may be considered only as device category
according to the directive 94/9 EC which is fulfilled by all used components.
The operator has always to pay attention to the
conformity of all used components of the pump
unit with the directive 94/9 EC.
1.7.2 Execution of coupling guards for shaft
couplings
Coupling guards which shall be used in areas with
explosion hazard have to fulfil the following criteria:
do not use sparking material e.g. brass or
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Intended application

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These pumps meet the general customer specific


requirements in the process industry, which
includes in particular:

Intended application

2.1 General advises

CAUTION

Chapter 2

Observe the pump operating limits documented by Sterling SIHI (if there is any doubt,
please contact Sterling SIHI).

the chemical and pharmaceutical industries


the petrochemical industry
the paper industry
the plastic industry
the food processing industry
plant engineering and construction

2.3 Product identification


The pump identification on the nameplate covers
all essential constructional features.

According to directive 94/4 EC equipment


group II, category 2, is applicable to the pump.
The nameplate bears the marking

Example:

x II 2G T1-T5

CBSD 080250 CB BK3 4R DG0

The operator is to ensure the permissible


maximum temperature of the liquid handled as
a function of the temperature class is not
exceeded. Specific limitations or restrictions
resulting from pump design or mode of
operation must be taken into consideration
(see annex). Otherwise temperatures in
excess of the temperature of the pumped
liquid may occur on the pump casing which
could be hazardous to personnel and
environment if the pump is operated in a
potentially explosive atmosphere.

CBSD
080
250
C
B
BK3
4R
D
G

If the pump is operated in a potentially


explosive atmosphere of temperature class T4
or T5, the ambient temperature must not
exceed 40 C (see also 5.2.2).
Pumps equipped with stuffing box are not
permissible for operation in a potentially
explosive atmosphere.
Grease-lubricated pumps are not permissible
for operation in a potentially explosive
atmosphere of temperature class T5.

Series, construction stage


Size (diameter discharge nozzle in mm)
Nominal impeller diameter in mm
Hydraulics
Bearing
Shaft seal
Material of construction
Casing seal, shaft sleeve
Oil level indication, oil bath cooling,
grease nipple
Flange design

2.4 Nameplate
In the event of queries, please provide the
following information as noted on the nameplate:
Product identification
Serial number
2.5 Accessories
The accessories provided with the pump are
indicated on the order acknowledgement.

2.2 Design and working principle


Standard chemical pumps of the CBSD range
(regular design) respectively CBHD range (design
with heating jacket) are horizontal, single-stage
volute casing pumps of back pull-out design with
dimensions to ISO 2858/EN 22858.

Accessories subsequently installed by the


operator must not impair pump function or safety.

They meet the technical requirements to ISO


5199/ EN25199.
The pump is designed to allow removal of the
complete bearing assembly towards the motor
side without disconnecting the pipework.

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Planning of the installation

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Chapter 3

Planning of the installation

3.1 General advises


CAUTION

Eccentric reducer

Install the pump with the suction branch in


axial and the discharge branch in vertically
upward position.
The pipes should have at least the nominal
diameter of the pump branches. Where this is
not possible, it should be ensured that the flow
velocity in the suction or feed line does not exceed 2 - 3 m/s.
Flange seals must not protrude towards the
inside.
Clean the pipework prior to pump installation.

If the liquid is contaminated, a filter should be


fitted upstream of the pump whose filter area
should be three times the pipe cross-sectional
area (about 100 meshes/cm).
The suction opening of the suction line should be
well below the liquid level, and a strainer should
be used.
The strainer must be far enough from the bottom
to avoid excessive inlet losses which could impair
the pumping performance. It is advisable to check
that there is no leakage.

Support the pipelines so as to prevent distortion of pump components.


Avoid rough cross-section transitions and
sharp bends.
Eccentric reducers must be used in the event
of different nominal diameters.
In the event of unfavourable suction
conditions, steady flow should be ensured over
a length of 15 x suction branch diameter
upstream of the suction branch.

3.2 Suction or feed line

Pump installation

A suction line must rise to the pump and a feed


line must slope gradually downward towards the
pump.

A shut-off valve should be installed in the feed


line, it will be closed for maintenance work.
It should be installed such that air pockets cannot
form in the spindle cap, i.e. with the spindle in a
horizontal
position
or
pointing
vertically
downward.

3.3 Vacuum equalising pipe

Feed operation, suction operation


Reducers mounted between suction branch and
suction/feed line must be eccentric to eliminate
the possibility of air pockets being formed.

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If the pump draws from a system or tank under


vacuum, an equalising pipe must be installed
connecting the highest point of the suction line to
the gas chamber of the suction tank to prevent
gas bubbles that may be carried by the flow from
entering the pump.
The line should be fitted with a shut-off valve
which will be closed for maintenance on the
pump.

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Chapter 3

Vacuum operation

3.4 Discharge line


The run of the discharge line must be steep. In
order to adjust the desired duty point, a regulating
valve must be fitted in the discharge line downstream of the pump. If a check valve is used it
should not close abruptly and be able to cushion
pulsations.

3.5 Pressure monitoring


In order to monitor the pressures upstream and
downstream of the pump, the installation of measuring points in the pipeline is recommended.

3.6 Electrical connections


The electrical connection for the driving motor
must comply with the relevant local rules and requirements (ELexV, EVU-standards, directive
94/4 EC).

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Unpacking, handling

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Chapter 4

Unpacking, handling

4.1 General advises

Do not lift heavy equipment overhead of


personnel.
Lifting the pump

A safe distance must be kept when lifting and


moving the equipment.
Use only approved and suitable lifting equipment.
The length of the lifting equipment should be
such that the pump or the set are lifted in horizontal position.
Do not attempt to lift the pump or the pump set
using eyebolts on pump components.
CAUTION

Do not remove protection covers from the


pump
branches,
as
they
prevent
contamination of the pump.
Lifting the pump set

4.2 Unpacking
Do not unpack the pump until it has been
carefully checked for damage that may have
occurred in transit. Report any damage on the
counterfoil or delivery note.
Claims must be made immediately on the carrier
or the transport insurance.

4.3 Intermediate storage


If the pump or the pump set is not to be installed
immediately it should be stored in a dry and
vibration-free room.
The packing should be checked for damage on a
monthly basis.

4.5.1 Removal of preservation


In general, a preservation coating is only applied
to SG iron pumps.
To remove the preservative coating, the pump
should be filled and drained several times using
appropriate agents, e.g. solvent naphta, diesel oil,
or an alkaline detergent. Flush with water, if
necessary.
The pump must be installed and put into
operation immediately afterwards.
4.5.2 Re-preservation
If the pump has been supplied preserved and is to
be stored, a new preservative coating should be
applied after six months.

4.4 Transport
The pump or the pump set must be lifted as
shown below:

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4.5 Preservation

For suitable preservatives, contact Sterling SIHI.

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Chapter 5

Clear and easy access to the shut-off and regulating valves and the measuring instruments must
be ensured.

Mounting of the pump

5.1 General advises

5.2.4 Installation position


CBSD/CBHD pumps are installed in horizontal
position.

The foundation of the pump must be level and


have a minimum of vibration. It is recommended to use a baseplate.
Concerning the pipework, the pump must not
be considered as a fixpoint.
Care should be taken that the pipework forces
and moments acting on the pump branches do
not exceed the permissible pump branch loads
acc. to ISO 5199.
The pump must be properly aligned

5.2.5 Preparatory checks


The following checks should be made prior to
installation:
ease of running (check that the shaft is free to
rotate by hand)
direction of rotation of the motor
shut-off valve in the suction or feed line and
regulating valve in the discharge line must be
closed
power to the equipment must be disconnected

The pipework must be properly installed.


5.2.6 Alignment of the pump set

Incorrect pump installation or alignment will


lead to an overload on the machine which
could be hazardous to personnel and environment if the pump is operated in a potentially
explosive atmosphere.
Leakage due to improper pipe or supply line
connections may lead to the formation of explosive mixtures and be hazardous to the personnel and the environment if the pump is operated in a potentially explosive atmosphere.

After aligning the set the axial clearance between


the two coupling halves measured at one point of
the coupling must be the same over the complete
circumference of the coupling, the permissible
tolerance being 0.05 mm.
Carry out the radial alignment of the coupling
using a bevelled straight edge and a feeler
gauge.

5.2 Prerequisites
5.2.1 Fitting tools
Standard tools and lifting equipment are used.
These should be available at the customer's end.

Aligning the coupling clearance

5.2.2 Permissible environment


5.3 Foundation
The ambient temperature range should be from 20 C to +60 C (for restrictions see also chapter
2).
The atmospheric humidity should be low in order
to avoid corrosion.
5.2.3 Space utilisation
The space required by the pump or the pump set
can be seen from the attached table of dimensions or the arrangement drawing.

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5.3.1 Placing the pump set


Prior to placing the pump set on the foundation
which should be well set, the following
preparatory work must be carried out:

check the dimensions of the foundation


roughen and clean foundation surface
remove shuttering/cores from the anchor holes
blow the anchor holes clean
check the positions and dimensions of the
anchor holes against the arrangement drawing

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Chapter 5

The complete set mounted on the baseplate must


be placed on the foundation with its foundation
bolts suspended.

5.5 Accessories pipework

Place shims under the baseplate on both sides


of the foundation bolts, 10 mm from the baseplate edge
Use a spirit level to align the set
If necessary, place shims between the foundation bolts to prevent the baseplate from sagging. Care should be taken to minimise distortion of the baseplate during installation
The foundation bolts should be embedded in
concrete using quick-setting grout
Tighten the nuts of the foundation bolts crosswise (when the grout is set)
Re-check the alignment with a spirit level

If the pump is equipped with a stuffing box or a


double-acting mechanical seal in tandem arrangement, the shaft seal chamber needs to be
flushed with liquid from an external source (connections on casing cover and seal gland are
available).
If the pump is equipped with a double-acting mechanical seal in back-to-back arrangement, the
shaft seal chamber needs to be sealed with liquid
from an external source (connections on casing
cover and seal gland are available).

CAUTION

Care should be taken at every check that the


axial play of the pump rotor is taken into consideration.
Avoid distortions when finally tightening the
bolts.

5.3.2 Grouting the baseplate


Prior to grouting the baseplate, carry out the following preparatory work:
Check the dimensions with regard to height
and adjustment of flanges
Re-adjust baseplate, if necessary
Ram earth-humid concrete under the baseplate or
add shrinkage-free grout until the entire space
under the baseplate is filled. Grouting should be a
continuous process so as to ensure that no air
pockets are left.
When the grout is set re-tighten the foundation
bolts and re-check the alignment of the coupling.

5.4 Pump installation in the piping system


Remove the protection covers from the pump
flanges and the auxiliary pipeline connections
Correctly insert the flange seals
Connect the suction or feed line
Connect the discharge line

5.5.1 Shaft sealing

The sealing or flushing liquid must be free of solid


particles, it should not crystallise and it must be
compatible with the liquid handled.
Water which is free from lime, oils having a maximum viscosity of 12 cSt at 50 C or water-glysantine mixtures (max. glysantine content: 50 %) are
possible sealing liquids.
The sealing pressure should be at least 2 bar
above the pressure prevailing in front of the mechanical seal (which is nearly equivalent to the
pump suction pressure).
The mechanical seal can be sealed by means of
a thermosiphon sealing pressure unit - i.e. in a
closed circuit - or by liquid flow, for example tap
water.
Thermosiphon sealing pressure unit
The difference in height between the sealing
liquid outlet on the mechanical seal and the
thermosiphon inlet should be about 0,7 m. Air
pockets should be avoided; therefore, the suction
line, when operating under suction pressure, must
have a gradual slope and the return line a gradual
rise.
Once the sealing pressure container is filled with
the sealing fluid, a gas volume (compressed air or
nitrogen) must be added to the sealing fluid.
Using the flow principle to seal the
mechanical seal
If the mechanical seal is sealed using a liquid
flow, control valves must be installed at the inlet
and outlet of the liquid lines and a pressure gauge
must be installed upstream from the point where
the supply line enters the shaft seal chamber.
The control valves are to be used to control the
supply pressure for the sealing liquid and the
pressure in the shaft seal chamber.
5.5.2 Intensive cooling
If the pump is equipped with an intensive cooling
bush (see picture below), a cooling liquid supply

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is required (connections on casing cover are available).

5.6 Hydrostatic test

Intensive cooling
The following chart shows the cooling water requirement of the intensive cooling unit:

Chapter 5

For the hydrostatic test of pressure containing


pump parts (casing, casing cover), a
maximum pressure of 1.5 x nominal pump
pressure should be applied.
If the piping system is to undergo a hydrostatic
test, the pump must be excluded from such
testing.

5.7 Cleaning, flushing and pickling of the


pipework

cooling water req. [l/min]

When the pipework is cleaned, flushed or pickled,


the pump should be excluded.

5
Bearing frame 55
4
bearing frame 45
3
bearing frame 35
2

1
50

100

150

200

250

300

350

Temperature pumping liquid [C]

Cooling water requirement


The cooling water inlet temperature should be
between 15 and 25 C, the rise in temperature
must not exceed 30 C.
The permissible cooling water pressure is = 6 bar.
5.5.3 Oil bath cooling
If the pump is operated at a temperature in
excess of 200 C, the oil chamber needs to be
cooled (connections on bearing frame are
available). The cooling water requirement is
about 3 l/min.
The cooling water inlet temperature should be
between 15 and 25 C, the rise in temperature
must not exceed 30 C.
The permissible cooling water pressure is = 6 bar.
5.5.4 Pump with heating jacket
If the pump is equipped with a heating jacket, its
volute casing or the volute casing and the casing
cover must be heated. The position of the connections are indicated on the attached dimension
sheet.

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Starting and stopping procedures

Chapter 6

6.2 Electrical connection


Connect the electrical supply to the motor in
accordance with the connection diagram in the
terminal box.

6.1 General advises

6.3 Checks before first start-up

Observe
the
pump
operating
limits
documented by Sterling SIHI (if there is any
doubt, please contact Sterling SIHI).
Safety measures should be taken at the
customer's end to ensure (for example by
means of a relief valve) that the permissible
pump casing pressure is not exceeded during
operation.
If the liquid handled is hot, the pump must be
filled slowly so as to avoid distortions or heat
shocks.
The flowrate must be changed at constant
speed only on the discharge side. During
operation the shut-off valve in the suction or
feed line should always be kept open, in order
not to run the risk of cavitation.
Do not run the pump with the regulating valve
closed for more than thirteen seconds, if there
is no bypass line (for restrictions, see also
annex).

The operator is to ensure the permissible


maximum temperature of the liquid handled as
a function of the temperature class is not
exceeded. Specific limitations or restrictions
resulting from pump design or mode of
operation must be taken into consideration
(see annex). Otherwise temperatures in
excess of the temperature of the pumped
liquid may occur on the pump casing which
could be hazardous to personnel and
environment if the pump is operated in a
potentially explosive atmosphere.
The operator is to ensure that a dry operation
of the mechanical seal is prevented. Pumps
equipped with a single-acting mechanical seal
are only allowed to be operated when primed.
For pumps equipped with double-acting
mechanical seal, also the seal chamber must
be flushed or sealed.
The direction of rotation of the motor is only
allowed to be checked with the pump primed
(for pumps with single-acting mechanical seal)
and, also, with flushed or sealed seal chamber
(for double-acting mechanical seal).

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Are the pipelines connected and are the flange


connections tight?
Is the pump incl. the pipework correctly
primed?
Is the shut-off valve in the suction or feed line
fully open?
Is the regulating valve in the discharge line
closed or slightly open?
Is the motor ready?
Is the direction of rotation of the motor correct
(check by momentarily switching on the
motor)?
Is the coupling correctly aligned (see
chapter 5)?
Has the shaft seal been installed?
Are the supply lines, if any, to the shaft seal
open?
In the case of oil lubrication: has the bearing
housing been correctly filled with oil?

6.4 Starting procedure


Check everything using the check list of subsection 6.3
Switch on the supply systems of mechanical
seal
Switch on the motor
Check the pressure gauges at the pressure
measuring points
Open the discharge side regulating valve to
adjust the duty point of the pump

6.5 Operation
6.5.1 Switching frequency
For a start with the regulating valve closed or
slightly opened and for uniform start-stop
intervals, the following numbers of switching
actuations apply:
P kW
< 12
12 < P <100
>100

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Chapter 6

6.5.2 Operating range


0,3 Qopt < Q < 1,1 Qopt (continuos operation)
0,1 Qopt < Q < 1,3 Qopt (short-term operation)
This operating range is applicable if waterlike
liquids are pumped. If liquids having distinctly different physical properties are handled, it may be
necessary to narrow the permissible operating
range (see annex).
6.5.3 Alignment
The alignment of the set should be re-checked at
operating temperature (see 5.2.6). Re-align the
set, if necessary.

6.6 Stopping procedure


close the discharge side regulating valve
switch off the pump
switch off the supply systems of mechanical
seal
when the pump is at a standstill, close all other
shut-off valves
If there is danger of freezing, the pump should be
drained down.

Please note that there will always be some


residual liquid even if the pump is turned
upside down.
Ensure that the pump does not contain any
hazardous substances when it is returned to
the manufacturer's factory.
CAUTION

Ensure that the pump is preserved during


prolonged inactivity.
For inactive pumps, the mechanical seal and
the rotor risk to get stuck. Pump rotor should
therefore be turned by hand every 3 weeks to
restore the rotors smooth motion.

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Maintenance and disassembly

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Chapter 7

7.2 Maintenance and inspection


7.2.1 Grease lubricated bearings

7.1 General advises

The pumps supplied are equipped with a greaselubricated pump side rolling contact bearing and a
grease-lubricated driver side rolling contact
bearing, which should be re-greased in accordance with the following table.

Flush the pump thoroughly before disassembly


to purge away the residual liquid left after
draining the pump.
Ensure that people and the environment are
not put at risk through explosive, toxic, hot,
crystalline, or acid liquids handled.
The workplace for disassembly or assembly
must be clean.
Ensure trouble-free bearing performance, for
example by regular inspection of bearing temperature or vibration behaviour. The bearing
temperature must not exceed 80C, if oil-lubricated, or 90C, if grease-lubricated. Bearing
operation must be free from vibrations. Heat
exchange between the bearing housing and
the environment must not be impaired, insulation is not permissible.
Inspect the mechanical seal leakage at regular
intervals, e.g. by visual inspection. An amount
of a few cm per hour in the form of vapour,
mist or drops is permissible.

Assembly and disassembly of this pump must


only be performed by authorised and qualified
personnel who have adequately familiarised
themselves with the subject matter by studying
this manual in detail.
Otherwise the pump could be damaged and
people and the environment can be put on risk
if the pump is operated in a potentially
explosive atmosphere.

light duty

normal and heavy duty

n 1500 rpm
every 5000 hours

n > 1500 rpm


every 2500 hours

If the pump is operating in a harsh (e.g. dusty or


hot) environment the greasing intervals should be
considerably shorter.
Only high quality anticorrosive lithium soap base
grease containing no resins or acids should be
used, e.g. K3K to DIN 51825.
After 17500 operating hours or 2 years the rolling
contact bearings should be replaced.
7.2.2 Oil lubricated bearings
The pumps are supplied without oil in the bearing
housing.
Before first start up, the bearing housing must be
filled with oil.
Take oil bottle out of the screw-in elbow
Fill the bearing housing with oil until the oil
becomes visible in the screw-in elbow
Fill oil bottle through the filling tube
Re-connect oil bottle; as long as there is oil in
the bottle the oil level in the bearing housing is
sufficient

Anti-friction bearings which are old or improperly lubricated may cause the machine
temperature to increase and be hazardous to
personnel and environment if the pump is operated in a potentially explosive atmosphere.
Leakage from a pump equipped with a singleacting mechanical seal may lead to the formation of explosive mixtures and be hazardous to
personnel and environment if the pump is operated in a potentially explosive atmosphere.

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If the bearings are new, change the oil after about


200 hours and then at the following intervals:
light duty

normal or heavy duty

light contamination,
T < 50 C
once per year

light contamination,
T > 50 C
every 6 months

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Use lubricating oils in accordance with the following table.
Bearing temp.
Tambient
< 80 C
< 0 C
n 1500 n > 1500
rpm
rpm
CL 68
CL 46
CL 22

Lubricating oil
to DIN 51517
Kin. viscosity
f. 50 C in mm/s
Neutralisation no.

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7.3.2 Spare parts


For re-assembly, the following parts must be exchanged:
All gaskets
Packing rings (in the case of stuffing box
design)
7.3.3 Disassembly of the pump

61,2 to 41,8 to 19,8 to


74,8
50,8
24,2
0,15 mg KOH/g

Ash content

0,02 weight-%

Water content

0,1 weight-%

Mark the positions of the parts with a coloured


pen or a scriber
Release hexagon nuts, 90.20, respectively
cheese-head screws, 91.41, and pull the back
pull-out assembly out of the volute casing,
10.20; remove gasket, 40.00

Oil quantities (approximately):


Bearing housing 35:
Bearing housing 45:
Bearing housing 55:

40.00
10.20

0,25 l
0,4 l
0,4 l

90.20

CAUTION

Use only very pure and nonaging oils with


good water repellent and corrosion protection
properties.

7.2.3 Mechanical seal


Generally, virtually no maintenance is required on
the mechanical seal. The mechanical seal should
exhibit only light visible leakage. In the case of
heavy leakage, the mechanical seal must be
checked.
7.2.4 Motor
Maintenance of the driving motor should be in
compliance with the manufacturer's instructions.

7.3 Disassembly

41.22 94.01
52.30 43.30
92.20 23.00 41.23
16.10

7.3.1 Preparation for disassembly


Disconnect power to the motor
Drain the system between suction side shut-off
valve and discharge side regulating valve
Disconnect and dismantle existing sensors and
monitoring devices, if necessary
Drain the liquid from the pump
Dismantle shaft seal supply lines, if any
If oil lubricated bearings are used, drain the oil
from the bearing housing
Release the motor fastening bolts and move
the motor to allow enough space for removing
the back pull-out assembly (this is not required
if a spacer coupling is used)
Dismantle the coupling, unbolt support foot
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Release shaft nut, 92.20, and remove O-ring,


41.22
Pull the impeller, 23.00, from the shaft and
remove O-ring, 41.23
Dismantle shaft sleeve, 52.30 (in the case of
shaft sleeve design)
Remove key, 94.01
Dismantle mechanical seal, 43.30
Release bolts, 91.40/91.42, and remove
casing cover, 16.10
91.40/91.42

Design including a tandem mechanical seal:


Release shaft nut, 92.20, and remove o-ring,
41.22
Pull the impeller, 23.00, from the shaft and
remove o-ring 41.23

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Release bolts, 91.40/91.42, and pull complete


casing cover including shaft sleeve and mechanical seals from the shaft towards the
pump side
Release cheese-head screws, 91.45, and dismantle seal cover, 47.10
Dismantle driver side seal, 43.31
Remove gaskets, 40.08 and 40.05, and stationary seal ring carrier, 48.70
Remove shaft sleeve, 52.30, and pump side
mechanical seal, 43.30
52.30
43.30

Chapter 7

55.40
43.30
92.03

16.10 48.70 56.04


47.10
40.05 40.08 43.31
91.45

Design with stuffing box:


Remove nuts, 92.02, and dismantle gland,
45.20, and ring, 45.70
Remove packing rings, 46.11, an seal ring,
45.80

Design including back-to-back mechanical


seal:
Release cheese-head screws, 91.40, and dismantle stationary seal ring carrier, 48.70, and
gasket 40.06
Remove shaft sleeve, 52.30, including
mechanical seals, 43.30 and 43.31
Release cheese-head screws, 91.45, and remove seal cover, 47.10, and gasket, 40.05
48.70
52.30

91.40

43.30

43.31
16.10

47.10

40.05

91.45

Design with cartridge mechanical seal:


Remove
nuts,
92.03,
and
dismantle
mechanical seal 43.30

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Bearing design B or C:
Release bolts, 90.12 and 90.10, dismantle
bearing covers, 36.01 and 36.00, and remove
gaskets, 40.04 and 40.03
Remove radial seal rings or labyrinth seal
rings
Release bolt, 90.11, remove disc, 55.41, and
dismantle foot, 18.30
In the case of oil lubrication, remove constant
level oiler
Release safety ring, 93.21, and pull out the
complete shaft, 21.10, with both rolling contact
bearings and spacer disc, 55.10, towards the
drive side

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42.31 36.01
90.12 40.04

67.20

21.10

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93.21 92.10 40.03 42.30


55.10
36.00 90.10

55.41
18.30 90.11

Remove groove nut, 92.10, and pull pump


side bearing, 32.10, and drive side bearing,
32.11, with spacer disc, 55.10, from the shaft

Bearing design S or T:
Release bolts, 90.12 and 90.10, dismantle
bearing covers, 36.01 and 36.00, and remove
gaskets, 40.04 and 40.03
Remove radial seal rings or labyrinth seal
rings
Release bolt, 90.11, remove disc, 55.41, and
dismantle foot, 18.30
In the case of oil lubrication, remove constant
level oiler
Pull out the complete shaft with both rolling
contact bearings and the bearing bush towards
the drive side
42.31

36.01

90.12

21.10

67.20

40.04

40.03
42.30
36.00 90.10

93.02
18.30

55.41

Release groove nut, 92.10


Remove bearing bush, 38.20, with drive side
bearing, 32.11
Remove pump side bearing, 32.10, and drive
side bearing, 32.11

7.4 Work after disassembly


Clean all parts
clean the clearances and sealing surfaces with
an appropriate dilution substance.

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The following pump components, if existing, must


be checked:
Mechanical seal: If the running faces are
damaged or worn, replace the mechanical
seal.
Clearances: The diameter difference between
impeller clearance area and casing or cover
clearance area should be 0,3 mm to 0,5 mm.
In the case of excessive wear in the clearance
area, wear rings must be installed.
Radial seal ring: If the radial seal rings are
damaged, they must be replaced.
Labyrinth seals: If the labyrinth seal rings are
damaged, they must be replaced.

7.5 Assembly
7.5.1 Tightening torques
Thread
Torque [Nm]
Material 5.6.
Torque [Nm]
Material A4

M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24


12 23 40 98 192 333
20

38

67

148 192 333

Values are not valid for casing screws.


Pls: refer to Sterling SIHI GmbH

7.5.2 Pump assembly


Bearing design B or C:
Pull safety ring, 93.21, and support disc,
55.10, over the shaft, then install bearings
(use new rolling contact bearings, if
necessary). Before installation, the rolling
contact bearings must be oilbath heated to 80
C
Press radial seal rings with a bush in the
bearing covers, or insert labyrinth rings. If radial seal rings are used, the lips should point
towards the bearings, after installation
Mount the pump side bearing cover
Fasten support foot and move the shaft
assembly into the bearing housing until safety
ring 93.21 is located in the bearing frame
Mount the driver side bearing cover
Bearing design S or T:
Install bearing bush, 38.20, on the drive side
bearing
Install bearing (use new rolling contact
bearings, if necessary). Before installation, the
rolling contact bearings must be oilbath heated
to 80 C
Press radial seal rings with a bush in the
bearing covers, or insert labyrinth rings. If radial seal rings are used, the lips should point
towards the bearings, after installation
Mount the pump side bearing cover

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Fasten support foot and move the shaft
assembly into the bearing housing
Install the driver side bearing cover
Sizes on bearing housing 55:
Install mechanical seal cover, 47.10, with new
gasket, 40.05, to the casing cover, 16.10

Pumps with single acting mechanical seal:


Bolt bearing housing unit to casing cover,
16.10
Insert key, 94.01
Pull mechanical seal, 43.30, onto shaft sleeve,
52.30 (if used), and slide shaft sleeve onto the
shaft

Pumps with tandem seal:


Pull drive side mechanical seal, 43.31, over
the shaft sleeve
Pull seal carrier, 48.70,and gasket, 40.05, over
the shaft sleeve
Pull drive side mechanical seal, 43.30, over
the shaft sleeve
Mount shaft sleeve with mechanical seal, seal
carrier and gasket, 40.05, to casing cover.,
Bolt seal cover, 47.10, and gasket, 40.08, to
casing cover, 16.10
Pull casing cover with inserted shaft sleeve
and mechanical seal over the shaft and bolt it
to bearing housing

Pumps with back-to-back seal:


Mount seal cover, 47.10, with inserted counter
ring to casing cover
Bolt bearing housing unit to casing cover,
16.10
Pull drive side and pump side mechanical
seals, 43.31 and 43.30, respectively, onto the
shaft sleeve, 52.30, and install shaft sleeve on
the shaft
Insert stationary seal carrier, 48.70, in casing
cover, 16.10

Pumps with cartridge seal:


Pull mechanical seal, 43.30, over the shaft
Bolt bearing housing unit to casing cover,
16.10
Bolt mechanical seal to the casing cover
Slide the impeller on the shaft and secure it
with impeller nut
Install the complete back pull-out assembly
with the gasket, 40.00, inserted, on the volute
casing

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Chapter 7

Pumps with packing:


The cross-section of the packing (yard ware) to be
used should be 0,3 to 0,6 mm smaller than the
packing chamber. Calibrating it to a dimension
smaller than specified (by means of a packing
press) is not recommended as the original
packing size will be restored when the packing is
inserted in the housing cover.
The packing cuts should be straight.
To achieve a tight and parallel contact of the cut
packing ring ends, the cutting angle on both ends
should be about 20 (see sketch).
The mean packing ring length is calculated using
the following equation:

D d
L M = d +
1,07
2

L M : mean packing ring length


d:
D:

diameter shaft sleeve


diameter stuffing box

Slide the stuffing box gland and the shaft


sleeve over the shaft. Fasten bearing housing
assembly to the casing cover
Insert each ring separately, cut ends first,
using a split sleeve or the packing gland; pull
the ends of the rings laterally apart and push
the rings over the shaft sleeve into the stuffing
box. Joints in succeeding rings should be staggered
7.6.3 Adjusting the rotor on pumps
semi-open impeller

with

The clearance between the impeller blades and


the volute casing is central to the operating safety
and the efficiency of the pump.
The clearance is factory-adjusted and must be readjusted after each pump disassembly.
The rotor position is determined by the drive side
rolling contact bearing, 32.11, in the bearing
cover, 38.20. It can be changed as follows:

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Chapter 7

Pulling the rotor towards the drive side:


Release cheese-head screws, 91.44
Tighten set screw, 90.81
Pushing the rotor towards the pump side:
Release set screw, 90.81
Tighten hexagon cheese-head screws, 91.44,
until set screw is seated against the bearing
housing.

Axial rotor adjustment


Adjust the required clearance between impeller
and volute casing as follows:
Adjust clearance between impeller and volute
casing to 0,3, before fastening the back pullout assembly in the volute casing and
installing the mechanical seal
Install gasket, 40.00, in the volute casing and
bolt the back pull-out assembly to the volute
casing
Check that the rotor turns freely
Move the rotor as described towards the pump
side until the impeller abuts against the volute
casing
Measure clearance A between the bearing
bush and the bearing housing, using a feeler
gauge
Move the rotor by 0,3 mm towards the
coupling side; check at the clearance between
bearing bush and bearing housing
Tighten cheese-head screws, 91.44
Adjust and tighten mechanical seal according
to the mechanical seal installation instructions

7.6 Inspection
After assembly, proceed as follows:
Check that pump is easy to rotate and leakproof
Check that the axial clearance of the shaft
assembly is within the permissible range
(0,15 mm 0,3 mm)
In addition, we recommend that a leak test with
air be carried out.
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Chapter 8

Help in case of trouble

Trouble

Cause

Remedial action

Insufficient liquid delivered

Wrong direction of rotation.

Re-connect the motor.

Counter-pressure too high.

Check the system for contaminants, readjust the duty point.


Suction lift too high or insufficient Check liquid levels,
available NPSH.
open suction side shut-off valve,
clean suction side filter / dirt trap.
Pump / pipeline insufficiently filled with Vent and re-fill the pump / pipeline.
liquid.
Sealing clearances too great due to wear.
Replace wrong pump components.
Leak in casing or suction pipework.

Replace casing seal,


check flange connections.
Impeller clogged.
Disassemble the pump, clean the
impeller.
Insufficient suction performance of Suction lift too high or insufficient Check liquid levels,
pump
available NPSH.
open suction side shut-off valve,
clean suction side filter / dirt trap.
Leak in casing, shaft seal, foot valve or Replace casing seal, check shaft seal,
suction pipework.
check flange connections.
Loose or clogged parts in the pump.
Open the pump and clean it.
Pump leakage

Casing bolts not tight enough.

Damaged seals.

Check that the correct casing bolt


tightening torque is applied.
Check
the
sealing
surfaces
and
secondary seals of the mechanical seal,
replace damaged components.
Replace seals.

Discharge side regulating valve closed.

Open discharge side regulating valve.

Defective mechanical seal.

Temperature increase in the pump

Suction lift too


available NPSH

Unsteady
running
excessive noise

of

insufficient Check liquid levels,


open suction side shut-off valve,
clean suction side filter / dirt trap.
Pump / pipeline insufficiently filled with Vent and re-fill the pump / pipeline.
liquid.
pump, Suction lift too high or insufficient Check liquid levels,
available NPSH.
open suction side shut-off valve,
clean suction side filter / dirt trap.
Pump / pipeline insufficiently filled with Vent and re-fill the pump / pipeline.
liquid.
Base of the pump not level. Pump Check the installation of the pump.
distorted.
Foreign substances in the pump.
Open the pump and clean it.

Motor circuit breaker switches off

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high

or

Requirements as to pumping conditions


not met.
Base of the pump not level. Pump
distorted.
Foreign substances in the pump.

Check the pumping conditions on the


basis of the data sheet.
Check the installation of the pump.
Open the pump and clean it.

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9.5 Material design

Technical data, annex

The material design can be seen from the


position 16-17 of the product identification code:

9.1 Max. permissible operating pressure

1B, 1R, 1E, 1U


4B, 4R
5K, 5L
5G, 5H

pressure - temperature limits


casing material 1.4408 (4B, 4R),
Duplex (5K, 5L), Hastelloy (5G, 5H)
16

SG iron
Stainless steel
Duplex
Hastelloy

14

Annex:

12
10
[bar ]

perm. operating pressure

Chapter 9 and 10

8
6
4
2
0
-100

-50

50

100

150

200

250

300

- Specific operating limits


- Table of dimensions
- Connections
- Sectional drawings
- Manufacturers declaration
- Declaration of conformity

operating temperature [C]

Max. perm. pump operating pressure


pressure - temperature limits
casing material: GGG-40.3 (1B, 1E, 1R, 1U)
dotted: size 150250

25
20
[bar ]

perm. operating pressure

30

15
10
5
0
-50
-40

50

100

150

200

250

300

350

operating temperature [C]

Max. perm. pump operating pressure

9.2 Max. permissible


moments

branch

forces

and

The max. permissible forces and moments acting


on the branches correspond to DIN ISO
5199/EN 25199.

9.3 Flange design


The flange design can be seen from the position
20 of the product identification code:
0
1
B

flanges to DIN PN16


flanges to DIN PN 25
flanges drilled to ANSI 150 RF

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Max. permissible temperature of pumping liquid


The highest temperatures usually occur on the pump casing surface, on the bearing housing in the area of
the anti-friction bearings and on the casing cover near the mechanical seal.
The temperature occurring on the pump casing is almost the same as that of the liquid handled.
A maximum temperature of 80 C, if oil-lubricated, or 90 C, if grease-lubricated, can be expected in the
area of the anti-friction bearings, provided the requirements for appropriate pump operation are met and
regular maintenance on the bearings is provided. Insulation of the bearing housing is not permissible.
If the pump is adequately filled with liquid, the temperature of the liquid handled in the shaft seal area
should not increase by more than 15 K for dead end operation with a single-acting mechanical seal. With
double-acting mechanical seals the temperature rise depends largely on the flushing or sealing liquid (if
there is any doubt, please contact Sterling SIHI).
Thus, the following theoretical maximum temperature of the liquid handled as a function of the temperature
class according to prEN 13463-1 is obtained. The maximum operating temperature of the pump (see
chapter 9) and the operating limits of the mechanical seal must be observed (if there is any doubt, please
contact Sterling SIHI or the mechanical seal manufacturer).
Temperature class
Max. temperature of
acc. prEN 13463-1
pumping liquid
T5
85 C1)
T4
120 C
T3
185 C
T2
285 C
T1
350 C
1) Only with oil lubrication

Temperature rise of the liquid handled caused by internal losses


Disregarding the mechanical losses of the anti-friction bearings and the mechanical seal and the dissipation
of heat through thermal radiation and conduction, the rise in temperature at a given flowrate is calculated
using the following equation:

T = 3,6

Q
c

P(1 )
in K
Q c

Pump power in kW
Pump efficiency
Specific gravity of pumping liquid in kg/dm
Capacity in m/h
specific heat capacity of pumping liquid in kJ/kgK

Temperature rise of the liquid handled in the case of operation with the regulating valve closed
If the pump is operated with the regulating valve closed the theoretical rise in temperature is infinite. In this
case, the rise in temperature per second of the liquid handled is calculated using the following equation:

T
P
in K/s
=
t
V c

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P
?
V
c

Pump power in kW
Specific gravity of pumping liquid in kg/dm
Pump filling volume in l (see attached tyble)
specific heat capacity of pumping liquid in kJ/kgK

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The filling volume of the pump as a function of size is given in the following table:

Size
032125
032160
032200
040125
040160
040200
050160
050200

Volume (l)
0,9
1,1
1,3
1,2
1,3
1,5
1,9
2,2

Size
032250
040250
040315
050250
050315
065160
065200
065250
080160
080200
080250
100200

Volume (l)
2,4
2,6
4,5
3,3
5,2
3
3,3
4,3
4,2
5
5,1
7

Size
065315
080315
080400
100250
100315
100400
125250
125315
125400
150250

Volume (l)
6,7
8,3
10,8
8,3
9,9
12,8
12,3
12,8
16.3
22,3

The figures stated for the rise in temperature are a factor to be considered when checking the possibility of
using a pump in a potentially explosive atmosphere with a given temperature class.

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Table of dimensions

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Pump dimensions

Key to DIN 5885

Distance between motor shaft end and pump shaft


Size

Pump dimensions

Frame

DND DNS

Foot dimensions

Shaft end

h1

h2

c1

c2

m1

m2

m3

m4

n1

n2

s1

s2

e1

e2

80
80
80
100

385
385
385
500

112
132
160
180

140
160
180
225

50
50
50
65

14
14
14
14

8
8
8
8

100
100
100
125

70
70
70
95

40
40
40
40

28
28
28
28

190
240
240
320

140
190
190
250

14
14
14
14

15
15
15
15

110
110
110
110

140
140
140
140

285
285
285
370

24
24
24
32

50
50
50
80

27
27
27
35

8
8
8
10

140
140
140
140

80
80
100
100
125

385
385
385
500
500

112
132
160
180
200

140
160
180
225
250

50
50
50
65
65

14
14
14
14
14

8
8
8
8
88

100
100
100
125
125

70
70
70
95
95

40
40
40
40
40

28
28
28
28
28

210
240
265
320
345

160
190
212
250
280

14
14
14
14
14

15
15
15
15
15

110
110
110
110
110

140
140
140
140
140

285
285
285
370
370

24
24
24
32
32

50
50
50
80
80

27
27
27
35
35

8
8
8
10
10

140
140
140
140
140

100
100
125
125

385
385
500
500

160
160
180
225

180
200
225
280

50
50
65
65

14
14
14
14

8
8
8
8

100
100
125
125

70
70
95
95

40
40
40
40

28
28
28
28

265
265
320
345

212
212
250
280

14
14
14
14

15
15
15
15

110
110
110
110

140
140
140
140

285
285
370
370

24
24
32
32

50
50
80
80

27
27
35
35

8
8
10
10

140
140
140
140

100
100 100
125
125

500
500
500
530

160
180
200
225

200
225
250
280

65
65
80
80

14
14
16
16

8
8
8
88

125 95
125 95
160 120
160 120

40
40
40
40

28
28
28
28

280
320
360
400

212
250
280
315

14
14
18
18

15
15
15
15

110
110
110
110

140
140
140
140

370
370
370
370

32
32
32
42

80
80
80
110

35
35
35
45

10
10
10
12

140
140
140
140

032125
031160
032200
032250

35
35
35
45

040125
040160
040200
040250
040315

35
35
35
45
45

050160
050200
050250
050315

35
35
45
45

065160
065200
065250
065315

45
45
45
55

080160
080200
080250
080315
080400

45
45
45
55
55

80

125
125
125 125
125
125

500
500
500
530
530

180
180
225
250
280

225
250
280
315
355

65
65
80
80
80

14
14
16
16
16

8
8
8
8
8

125 95
125 95
160 120
160 120
160 120

40
40
40
40
40

28
28
28
28
28

320
345
400
400
435

250
280
315
315
355

14
14
18
18
18

15
15
15
15
15

110
110
110
110
110

140
140
140
140
140

370
370
370
370
370

32
32
32
42
42

80
80
80
110
110

35
35
35
45
45

10
10
10
12
12

140
140
140
140
140

100200
100250
100315
100400

45
55
55
55

125
100 125 140
140
140

500
530
530
530

200
225
250
280

280 80
280 80
315 80
355 100

16
16
16
18

8
8
8
8

160
160
160
200

120
120
120
150

40
40
40
40

28
28
28
28

360
400
400
500

280
315
315
400

18
18
18
23

15
15
15
15

110
110
110
110

140
140
140
140

370
370
370
370

32
42
42
42

80
110
110
110

35
45
45
45

10
12
12
12

140
140
140
140

125250
125315
125400

55
55
55

125 150 140 530 250 355 80


140 530 280 355 100
140 530 315 400 100

16
18
18

8
8
8

160 120
200 150
200 150

40
40
40

28
28
28

400 315
500 400
500 400

18
23
23

15
15
15

110 140 370


110 140 370
110 140 370

42
42
42

110
110
110

45
45
45

12
12
12

140
140
140

150250

55

150 200 160 530 280 375 100

20

200 150

40

28

500 400

23

15

110 140 370

42

110

45

12

140

32

50

40

65

50

80

65

All dimensions in mm, tolerances to EN 735

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Table of dimensions

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Annex

Flange dimensions

Dimensions to DIN PN 16
DNsDNd

32

40

50

65

80

100

125

150

100

110

125

145

160

180

210

240

295

18 x 4

18 x 4

18 x 4

18 x 4

18 x 8

18 x 8

18 x 8

22 x 8

22 x 12

DNsDNd

32

40

50

65

80

100

125

150

200

100

110

125

145

160

190

220

250

310

18 x 4

18 x 4

18 x 4

18 x 8

18 x 8

22 x 8

26 x 8

26 x 8

26 x 12

32

40

50

65

80

100

125

150

200

1,5

1,5

2,5

98,4

98,4

120,6

139,7

152,4

190,5

215,9

241,3

298,4

16 x 4

16 x 4

20 x 4

20 x 4

20 x 4

20 x 8

23 x 8

23 x 8

23 x 8

d2 x n

200

Dimensions to DIN PN 25

d2 x n

Dimensions to ANSI 150 RF


DNsDNd
k
d2 x n

SG iron
PN16
Discharge Suction
nozzle
nozzle

Size
DNs

DNd

Stainless steel
PN16
Discharge Suction
nozzle
nozzle

SG iron
SG iron
Stainless steel
PN25
ANSI 150 RF
ANSI 150 RF
Discharge Discharge Discharge Discharge Discharge Suction
nozzle
nozzle
nozzle
nozzle
nozzle
nozzle

Dd

Td

Ds

Ts

Dd

Td

Ds

Ts

Dd

Td

Ds

Ts

Dd

Td

Ds

Ts

Dd

Td

Ds

Ts

140

20

165

22

140

18

165

20

140

20

165

22

140

18

165

20

140

18

165

20

140

20

165

22

140

18

165

20

140

20

165

22

140

18

165

20

140

18

165

20

032200

140

20

165

22

140

18

165

20

140

20

165

22

140

18

165

20

140

18

165

20

032250

140

20

165

22

140

18

165

20

140

20

165

22

140

18

165

20

140

18

165

20

040125

150

20

191

24

150

20

191

24

150

17

191

21

040160

150

20

191

24

150

18

191

18

150

20

191

24

150

17

191

21

150

18

191

18

032125
031160

040200

32

150

20

191

24

150

18

191

18

150

20

191

24

150

17

191

21

150

18

191

18

040250

150

20

191

24

150

18

191

18

150

20

191

24

150

17

191

21

150

18

191

18

040315

150

20

191

24

150

18

191

18

150

20

191

24

150

17

191

21

150

18

191

18

050160

165

22

200

26

165

20

200

20

165

22

200

26

165

19

200

23

165

20

200

20

165

22

200

26

165

20

200

24

165

22

200

26

165

19

200

23

165

20

200

20

050250

165

22

200

26

165

20

200

24

165

22

200

26

165

19

200

23

165

20

200

20

050315

165

22

200

26

165

20

200

20

165

22

200

26

165

19

200

23

165

20

200

20

065160

191

24

235

28

191

18

229

24

191

24

235

28

191

21

235

25

191

18

229

24

191

24

235

28

191

18

229

24

191

24

235

28

191

21

235

25

191

18

229

24

065250

191

24

235

28

191

18

229

24

191

24

235

28

191

21

235

25

191

18

229

24

065315

191

24

235

28

191

18

229

24

191

24

235

28

191

21

235

25

191

18

229

24

080160

200

26

270

30

200

20

254

24

200

26

270

30

200

23

270

27

200

20

254

24

080200

200

26

270

30

200

20

254

24

200

26

270

30

200

23

270

27

200

20

254

24

200

26

270

30

200

20

254

24

200

26

270

30

200

23

270

27

200

20

254

24

080315

200

26

270

30

200

20

254

24

200

26

270

30

200

23

270

27

200

20

254

24

080400

200

26

270

30

200

20

254

24

200

26

270

30

200

23

270

27

200

20

254

24

100200

235

28

270

30

229

24

254

24

235

28

270

30

235

25

270

27

229

24

254

24

235

28

270

30

229

24

254

24

235

28

270

30

235

25

270

27

229

24

254

24

100315

235

28

270

30

229

24

254

24

235

28

270

30

235

25

270

27

229

24

254

24

100400

235

28

270

30

229

24

254

24

235

28

270

30

235

25

270

27

229

24

254

24

125250

270

30

300

34

254

24

285

25

270

30

300

34

270

27

300

31

254

24

285

25

270

30

300

34

254

24

285

25

270

30

300

34

270

27

300

31

254

24

285

25

270

30

300

34

254

24

285

25

270

30

300

34

270

27

300

31

254

24

285

25

300

34

360

34

285

29

343

32

300

34

360

34

300

31

360

31

285

26

343

29

050200

065200

080250

100250

125315

40

50

50

65

80

100

125

65

80

100

125

125

150

125400
150250

150

200

All dimensions in mm, tolerances to EN 735

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Annex

Connections heating jacket

Size

Frame

Connections heating jacket


h1

h2

w1

w2

w3

f1

f2

032125
031160
032200
032250

35
35
35
45

70
69,5
103
114,5

70
69,5
97
110,5

160
175
190
200

45
40
50
65

71
77
66
76

55
55
55
35

0
10
0
0

75
75
75
75

040160
040200
040250
040315

35
35
45
45

82
95
110
125

82
95
115
125

175
200
200
200

43
60
65
75

77
66
76
93

55
55
35
35

10
0
0
10

75
75
75
75

050160
050200
050250
050315

35
35
45
45

87
100
120
120

87
100
120
120

175
205
200
230

50
55
75
85

77
66
76
93

55
55
35
35

10
0
0
10

75
75
75
75

065160
065200
065250

45
45
45

92
110
115

63
110
115

188
210
235

55
60
75

73
76
77

55
55
55

0
0
10

75
75
75

080160
080200
100200

45
45
45

130
115
135

130
115
135

215
220
215

80
75
80

73
81
80

55
55
55

0
10
10

75
75
75

All dimensions in mm resp. , tolerances to EN 735

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Sectional drawings

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Annex

Design

Grease lubrication

Sizes

032125, 032160, 032200, 032250, 040125, 040160, 040200, 040250, 040315, 050160,
050200, 050250, 050315, 065160, 065200, 065250, 080160, 080200, 080250, 100200

Sizes

065315, 080315, 080400, 100250, 100315, 100400, 125250, 125315, 125400, 150250

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Annex

Design

Oil lubrication

Sizes

032125, 032160, 032200, 032250, 040125, 040160, 040200, 040250, 040315, 050160,
050200, 050250, 050315, 065160, 065200, 065250, 080160, 080200, 080250, 100200

Sizes

065315, 080315, 080400, 100250, 100315, 100400, 125250, 125315, 125400, 150250

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Design

with semi-open impeller

Design

with heating jacket

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We herewith declare that the pumps of the series

CBSD/CBHD llllll ll lll ll lll


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a single machine and that it may not be commissioned until it has been determined that the machine in
which this pump is to be installed or with which this pump is to be assembled complies with the clauses of
the EU Machine Directive in the version of 98/37/EG and the EU Directive 94/9/EG, category: Ex II 2 G.

Harmonised standards used, in particular:


EN 809
EN 292 part 1
EN 292 part 2
in the actual version.

EN 22858/ISO 2858
EN 25199/ISO 5199
EN 735

National technical standards and specifications used, in particular:

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Sterling SIHI GmbH


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