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Voith Turbo

Installation and Operating Manual
(Original installation and operating manual)

3626-011200 en
TRI…
TR …
Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill
and Pulley
including design as per Directive 94/9/EC
ATTENTION!
Please read this manual, at any rate, prior to installation and commissioning, and keep it for further use!

1)

Serial No.
2)
Coupling type
Year of manufacture
Weight
Power transmission
Input speed
Operating fluid

Filling volume
Nominal response
temperature of fusible
plugs
Pulley

Sound pressure level
LPA,1m
Installation position
Drive via

kg
kW
rpm
mineral oil
water: Please contact Voith
3

dm (liters)
°C

Diameter:
Profile:
Number of grooves:

mm

dB
horizontal
vertical
outer wheel
inner wheel

Please consult Voith Turbo in case that the data on the cover sheet are incomplete.
1)
2)

Please indicate the serial number in any correspondence ( Chapter 18, page 69).
T...: oil / TW...: water.

Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill
and Pulley

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Technical Data ..................................................................................................4

2
2.1
2.2

Declaration of Manufacturer ............................................................................6
Declaration regarding assemblies and components...........................................6
EC Conformity Declaration (RL 94/9/EC, Annex X.B) ........................................7

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3.1

Preface ...............................................................................................................8
General Information ............................................................................................8

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4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
4.10

Safety .................................................................................................................9
Notes and Symbols .............................................................................................9
Proper use ........................................................................................................10
Improper use.....................................................................................................10
Constructional modifications .............................................................................10
General information with regard to dangerous situations .................................11
Remaining risks ................................................................................................13
What to do in case of accidents........................................................................13
Important information with regard to operation .................................................14
Staff qualification ..............................................................................................16
Follow-up of product .........................................................................................16

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5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5

Transport and Storage ...................................................................................17
As delivered condition .......................................................................................17
Scope of supply ................................................................................................17
Transport ..........................................................................................................17
Lifting ................................................................................................................18
Storage / Packing / Preservation ......................................................................21

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6.1
6.2
6.3

Voith Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill ....................................................22
Function ............................................................................................................22
Type designation...............................................................................................24
Examples for coupling types .............................................................................25

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7.1
7.2
7.3

Tightening torques .........................................................................................27
Fixing bolts ........................................................................................................27
Fusible plugs, filler plugs, blind screws and sight glasses ................................28
Fastening and nozzle screws............................................................................28

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8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
8.5.1

Coupling Installation ......................................................................................29
Tools .................................................................................................................29
Preparation .......................................................................................................30
Mounting ...........................................................................................................32
Mounting devices ..............................................................................................34
Mounting of belts and belt tension ....................................................................35
Permissible radial force ....................................................................................36

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9.1
9.2

Alignment ........................................................................................................38
Alignment tolerances ........................................................................................38
Alignment ..........................................................................................................38

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10.1
10.2
10.2.1
10.2.2
10.2.3
10.3
10.4
10.4.1

Operating fluids ..............................................................................................39
Requirements to be fulfilled by the operating fluid mineral oil ..........................39
Mineral oils ........................................................................................................40
Usable operating fluids .....................................................................................40
Operating temperature frequently above 100°C ...............................................40
Proposed operating fluids .................................................................................40
Proposed operating fluids for special requirements .........................................41
Requirements to be fulfilled by the operating fluid 'water' .................................42
Usable operating fluids .....................................................................................42

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11.1

Fill, Filling Check and Draining .....................................................................43
Filling the coupling ............................................................................................44

Installation and Operating Manual, 3626-011200 en.
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Subject to modification due to technical development.

Contents

Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. KG | Installation and Operating Manual

Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill
and Pulley

How to fill couplings installed in horizontal position .......................................... 44
How to fill couplings installed in vertical position .............................................. 45
Filling check ...................................................................................................... 46
Level check for couplings installed in horizontal position ................................. 46
Level check for couplings installed in vertical position ..................................... 46
Draining the coupling ........................................................................................ 47
How to drain couplings without
delay chamber that are installed in horizontal position ..................................... 47
11.3.2 How to drain couplings with
delay chamber that are installed in horizontal position ..................................... 47
11.3.3 How to drain couplings installed in vertical position ......................................... 48

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11.1.1
11.1.2
11.2
11.2.1
11.2.2
11.3
11.3.1

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Commissioning .............................................................................................. 49

13

Operation ........................................................................................................ 51

14
14.1
14.2
14.2.1
14.2.2
14.2.3
14.3
14.4
14.4.1

Maintenance, Servicing ................................................................................. 52
Outside cleaning ............................................................................................... 54
Bearings ........................................................................................................... 54
Bearing lubrication when mineral oil is used as operating fluid ........................ 54
Bearing lubrication when water is used as operating fluid................................ 55
Replacement of bearings / re-lubrication......................................................... 55
Belts.................................................................................................................. 55
Fusible plugs .................................................................................................... 55
Arrangement of fusible plugs............................................................................ 56

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15.1
15.2
15.3

Assembly Check-, Commissioning and Maintenance Report ................... 58
Assembly check report ..................................................................................... 59
Commissioning report ...................................................................................... 61
Maintenance report for general maintenance................................................... 62

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16.1
16.2
16.3

Coupling Disassembly ................................................................................... 63
Preparation ....................................................................................................... 63
Removal ........................................................................................................... 64
Removal devices .............................................................................................. 65

17

Troubleshooting ............................................................................................. 66

18

Queries, Orders placed for Service Engineers and Spare Parts ............... 69

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19.1
19.2
19.2.1
19.2.2
19.3

Temperature monitoring ................................................................................ 70
MTS mechanical thermal switch unit for pre-warning ...................................... 70
BTS non-contacting thermal switch unit ........................................................... 71
BTS non-contacting thermal switch unit for pre-warning .................................. 71
BTS-Ex non-contacting thermal switch unit for limiting the maximum surface
temperature ...................................................................................................... 72
BTS non-contacting thermal measuring unit for pre-warning ........................... 73

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20.1
20.2
20.3
20.4
20.5
20.6
20.7
20.8
20.9
20.10

Spare parts information ................................................................................. 74
Spare parts for type 154 TR ............................................................................. 75
Spare parts for types 206 - 274 TR .................................................................. 76
Spare parts for types 366 TR / TVR / TVVR .................................................... 77
Spare parts for type 206 TRI ............................................................................ 78
Spare parts for types 274 TRI / TVRI ............................................................... 79
Spare parts for types 366 - 650 TRI ................................................................. 81
Spare parts for types 366 - 650 TVRI / TVVRI ................................................. 82
Spare parts for types 422 - 650 TVVSRI .......................................................... 83
Spare parts for types 154-274 DTR and 274 DTVR......................................... 84
Spare parts for types 206-274 DTRI and 274 DTVRI....................................... 85

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Representatives - Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. KG ......................................... 87

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Index ................................................................................................................ 90

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Subject to modification due to technical development. requires the power supply to be switched off after s (sec) Yes No After switching on the motor. 2014-02 / Rev. surface temperature for Voith Turbo couplings acc. BTS: Non-contacting thermal switch unit (see Chapter 19.2). causing the thermal fuse (fusible plug/s and/or BTS-Ex) to respond.1).Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley 1 Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. monitoring of output speed has to begin after s (sec) 4) Diameter of input (output) Diameter of pulleys Only for couplings of type TRI: Re-lubrication interval for the bearing underneath the pulley Replacement of ball and roller bearings after see cover sheet mm mm h (Ask for a Voith service engineer) h Table 1 1) 2) 3) 4) 4 MTS: Mechanical thermal switch unit (see Chapter 19. T4= 135 °C. Printed in Germany. permissible filling volume °C 3) Fusible plug (SSS) 3 dm (liters) SSS SSS-X Overload (see Chapter 4. Applies if filling volume is not indicated on the cover sheet. 4. 3626-011200 en. Diameter and fit of hub or shaft to be joined by means of shaft-hub connection. . Installation and Operating Manual. if deviating from -25 °C Ta +40 °C °C max. An additional monitoring of the output speed is required to switch off the power supply before the fusible plugs respond.8). KG | Installation and Operating Manual Technical Data Information required for use in potentially explosive atmospheres: marking: Ambient temperature. or deviating) °C Temperature monitoring MTS 1) for pre-warning BTS 2) for pre-warning 2) BTS-Ex for limitation of max. to EC Directive 94/9/EC Maximum permissible temperature of turbo coupling when switching on the motor: °C Nominal response temperature of temperature monitoring Max. surface temperature (T3= 200 °C.

Subject to modification due to technical development.Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. Printed in Germany. KG | Installation and Operating Manual Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Installation and Operating Manual. Additional information/data required for use in potentially explosive atmospheres: 5 . 4. 2014-02 / Rev. 3626-011200 en.

a new Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC has to be applied bindingly in the member states of the European Community. Voith as certified company ensures that the basic safety and health requirements for their products are always be met by internal quality management systems and by applying harmonized standards. 4. unless specified by other EC directives or regulations. and a safe operation of the complete machinery with regard to the products is also possible later on when observing this documentation. KG | Installation and Operating Manual 2 Declaration of Manufacturer 2. Subject to modification due to technical development. are neither "Machinery" nor "incomplete machinery" but assemblies or components.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. Issued in on Crailsheim. neither the CE marking be provided. The technical documentation for Voith products is so comprehensive that they may be installed reliably into machinery or incomplete machinery. J. 3626-011200 en.1 Declaration regarding assemblies and components Since 29 December 2009. As our products are no incomplete machinery. Printed in Germany. Hagedorn. we do not issue a declaration of incorporation as per Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC. an EC Declaration of Conformity must not be issued. as defined by the new Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC and the explanations of the guidelines published in December 2009 to implement the machinery directive. . Voith turbo couplings of Product Group 'Start-up Components'.Start-up Components Signature 6 Installation and Operating Manual. Germany 10 January 2014 Name of the undersigned Mr. General Manager . 2014-02 / Rev. Also.

KG. Subject to modification due to technical development.basic concepts and general principles for design Part 1: Terminology. 2014-02 / Rev. Part 1. Part 8: Protection by liquid immersion „k“ Equipment and components intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres in underground mines as well as with the following European and national standards and technical specifications in the version valid on the date of signature: TRBS 2153 Avoidance of ignition hazards resulting from electrostatic charging Installation and Operating Manual. Issued in on Crailsheim. Printed in Germany. D-74564 Crailsheim hereby declares that the machinery described below: Designation TRI… TR … Turbo coupling with constant fill and pulley Serial number see shipping documents complies with the provisions of the following harmonized standards in the version valid on the date of signature: EN ISO 12100-1 / -2 EN 1127-1 / -2 EN 13463-1 EN 13463-5 EN 13463-8 EN 1710 Safety of machinery . basic concepts and methodology Non-electrical equipment for use in potentially explosive atmospheres. Part 5: Protection by constructional safety 'c' Non-electrical equipment for potentially explosive atmospheres. Germany 10 January 2014 Name of the undersigned Mr.Start-up Components Signature 7 . J. Basic method and requirements Non-electrical equipment intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres. General Manager . Each modification by the customer on the parts supplied invalidates the declaration. methodology Part 2: Technical principles Explosive atmospheres. Annex X.Voith Turbo GmbH & Co.2 Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley EC Conformity Declaration (RL 94/9/EC.B) as confirmation of accordance of the assembly with Directive 94/9/EC The manufacturer Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. Hagedorn. Voithstraße 1. 3626-011200 en. explosion prevention. 4. KG | Installation and Operating Manual 2.

Voith is not liable for any damages resulting from the use of non-original spare parts. Installation and/or use of non-original spare parts may negatively change the mechanical properties of the Voith turbo couplings.1 General Information This manual will support you in using the turbo coupling with pulley in a safe. All rights reserved in case a patent is granted. – avoid any risks – reduce repairs and downtimes This manual must – always be available at the machine site. Voith Turbo reserves the right for modifications. Printed in Germany. Distribution as well as reproduction of this document.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. you will – increase the reliability and lifetime of the coupling and installation. proper and economical way. please contact: . 2014-02 / Rev. or a utility model or design is registered. 1 74564 Crailsheim GERMANY Tel. works on the coupling or commissions the same.voith. and may thus impair safety. Nevertheless. the user's or third party's life may be endangered or the machine or other property impaired in case of improper handling or use. The coupling has been manufactured according to the latest design standard and approved safety regulations. in case you need any further information. – be read and used by every person who transports the coupling. 4. If you observe the information contained in this manual. 8 Installation and Operating Manual. 3626-011200 en. Subject to modification due to technical development. KG Division Mining & Metals Voithstr.com www.com/fluid-coupling © Voith Turbo 2014. Professional maintenance and/or repair can only be guaranteed by the manufacturer or an authorized specialist workshop. This is guaranteed when original spare parts are used. This manual has been issued with the utmost care.components@voith. +49 7951 32-0 Fax +49 7951 32-480 startup. KG | Installation and Operating Manual 3 Preface 3. Use only appropriate workshop equipment for maintenance. Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. However. utilization and communication of its contents are prohibited unless expressly permitted. Spare parts: Spare parts must comply with the requirements specified by Voith. Offenders will be held liable for the payment of damages.

The safety notes contained in this operating manual are particularly marked with safety symbols according to DIN 4844. If apart from the symbol for EX-protection ( ) there is another symbol ( or ). 4. Property EXPROTECTION! Notes to Exprotection Danger of explosion Persons DANGER! Imminent danger Fatal or serious injuries (crippling) Persons WARNING! Potentially dangerous situation Fatal or serious injuries possible Persons CAUTION! Less dangerous situation Minor or moderate injuries possible Persons.Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. adhere to the instructions for operation also beyond potentially explosive atmospheres. Damage/ Signal word Definition harm to. Property Suspended loads! Potentially dangerous situation Fatal or serious injuries possible Persons. Property Warning of inflammable materials Fire hazard Persons Use goggles Risk of loss of sight Persons Use ear protection Hearing damage Material ATTENTION! Potentially harmful situation Possible damage to – the product – its environment – Note! Information! Application details and other useful information Efficient in operation Symbol Table 2 Marking with the Ex-symbol ( ) indicates possible hazards which have to be observed only for the use in potentially explosive atmospheres. Printed in Germany.. KG | Installation and Operating Manual 4 Safety 4. 9 . 2014-02 / Rev. Consequences Persons.. 3626-011200 en. Subject to modification due to technical development.1 Notes and Symbols Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Installation and Operating Manual.

4. Please see the corresponding information as to dangerous situations in the respective chapters. attachments or conversions on the turbo coupling are only allowed with the approval of Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. 10 Installation and Operating Manual. 2014-02 / Rev. is considered improper use. e. Printed in Germany. The manufacturer is not liable for damages resulting from improper use. 4. Note! If the zonal classification changes. Proper use also includes observing this Installation and Operating Manual and complying with the inspection and maintenance instructions.4 Constructional modifications DANGER! Constructional modifications not done properly on the turbo coupling can cause personal injury and damage to property! Modifications. Any other use beyond that described herein. higher speeds. .g. 3626-011200 en. Crailsheim. EX-PROTECTION! / ATTENTION! If not indicated accordingly in Chapter 1.3 Improper use 4. other operating fluids or operating conditions that have not been agreed upon.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley 4. The power permitted during stationary operation at a specific input speed and a specific coupling fill (operating fluid and filling) is entered on the cover sheet of this manual. for higher powers. the operator has to check whether it is still allowed to operate the turbo coupling in that zone. Subject to modification due to technical development. KG | Installation and Operating Manual Proper use The turbo coupling with constant fill and pulley is provided to transmit the torque from the drive motor to the driven machine. The risk has to be borne solely by the user. KG. it is not allowed to use this coupling in potentially explosive atmospheres! Please check by means of the marking whether the coupling is approved for potentially explosive atmospheres.2 Voith Turbo GmbH & Co.

– Noise: The turbo coupling generates noise during operation. Never touch the turbo coupling without wearing protective gloves! Start to work on the coupling only after it has cooled down to below 40 °C. 3626-011200 en. 1m exceeds 80 dB(A). 11 . as otherwise there is a risk of burns! Ensure that there is sufficient light. such as the turbo coupling itself and exposed shaft parts need to be protected by a protective cover against contact with and entry of loose parts!  For protective cover. even potential-free assemblies may carry a corresponding supply voltage during operation. Subject to modification due to technical development. ventilation of coupling must not be impaired. Never use fluids to cool down the coupling!  For protective cover. drive motor and driven machine have stopped running and startup is absolutely impossible! – Hot surfaces: The coupling temperature rises during operation. KG | Installation and Operating Manual 4. too. lines and components may cause serious or even fatal injuries! In case of a failure. Please provide a guard for protection against contact with the coupling! However. 4.5 Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley General information with regard to dangerous situations For all work performed on the turbo coupling. please observe the local regulations for the prevention of accidents! DANGER! – Hazards while working on the turbo coupling: There is the risk of injury by cutting. see Chapter 12 – Rotating parts: Rotating parts. must be covered by a protective cover! Never operate the coupling without these protective covers! Installation and Operating Manual. Switch off the system in which the coupling is installed and secure the switch against inadvertent switch-on.Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. squeezing and cold burns in case of minus degrees. a sufficiently big working space and good ventilation when working on the turbo coupling. For all work performed on the turbo coupling ensure that both. 2014-02 / Rev. see Chapter 12 The belt drive. Printed in Germany. for sound pressure level – Electric shock: Contact with exposed terminals. If the A-classified equivalent sound pressure level LPA. this may lead to hearing loss! Wear ear protection!  See cover sheet.

Collect operating oil leaking out to prevent contact with parts (motor.g. environment and property.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. thus causing the fusible plugs to melt and injure seriously persons in its surroundings. please see the cover sheet.8)! – Fire hazard: After the fusible plugs responded. as well as releasing toxic gases and vapor. Hot operating fluid spraying off means a risk of losing sight! Make sure that spraying off operating fluid cannot get into contact with hot machine parts. 3626-011200 en. 4. If the fusible plugs spray off. Please pay attention to the information contained in the safety data sheets! 12 Installation and Operating Manual. spraying off oil may ignite on hot surfaces causing fire. Please provide a catch pan of sufficient size. There is a risk of burning and intoxication. the fusible plugs respond. if required! Please pay attention to the information contained in the safety data sheets! . switch off the drive immediately! Electrical devices located near the coupling need to be splash-guarded! Please make sure that the spraying-off operating fluid cannot get in contact with persons! Danger of burning! Persons being in the surrounding of turbo coupling have to wear goggles. heaters. For rated speed. – Extreme ambient temperatures: Extreme ambient temperatures may result in thermal overload of the turbo coupling. risk of fire) caused by escaping oil. 2014-02 / Rev. belt) which might ignite or catch fire. sparks or open flames! Risk of fire! In order to prevent danger (e. Printed in Germany. Immediately switch off the driving machine when the fusible plugs respond. as well as a risk of harm to machines. risk of slipping. and damage the turbo coupling! For operating medium water: Ambient temperature must be above freezing point of operating fluid! The frozen operating fluid may damage the coupling. Subject to modification due to technical development. Adhere to the temperature limits indicated (see Chapter 4. KG | Installation and Operating Manual – Overspeed: This refers only to installations where overspeed (exceeding the rated speed) is possible: Check whether the entire system is equipped with a device which safely prevents overspeed (for example brake or backstop). Operating fluid leaks out through these fusible plugs. – Operating fluid which sprays off or leaks out: In case of thermal overload of turbo coupling. clean up the area immediately! Catch spraying solder of fusible plugs.

WARNING! Please observe the local codes of practice! 13 . Printed in Germany. trained and authorized are allowed to work on or with the turbo coupling! Please observe the warnings and safety information! 4. KG | Installation and Operating Manual Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley – Checking the methane content before working on the turbo coupling: In order to guarantee the safety during underground installation. 1 % vol.g. Should this value be exceeded. 2014-02 / Rev. maintenance and removal when working on the turbo coupling with a housing of aluminum alloy and the protective cover removed. 4. the work has to be stopped until the value falls again below the limit value. in Russia). 3626-011200 en. Before starting and while performing this work. the methane content in the area of the turbo coupling must not exceed the permissible limit value (e. Only persons who are sufficiently qualified.7 What to do in case of accidents Installation and Operating Manual.6 Remaining risks DANGER! Improper use or mal-operation may cause death. 4.Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. Subject to modification due to technical development. the methane content has to be checked locally using appropriate instruments. serious injuries or minor injuries as well as damage to property and the environment.

– Warming up on start-up: On start-up. Printed in Germany.8 Important information with regard to operation ATTENTION! If irregularities are found during operation. and in case of too much filling. On standstill.below 0 °C for operating fluid water (freezing point)! . Too little filling results in thermal overload of the coupling. Please provide sufficient intervals (a few minutes!) between the starts to get a correct starting characteristic! EX-PROTECTION! / ATTENTION! – Coupling temperature: Please also see the order documents. the coupling may be damaged by internal pressure. immediately switch off the drive unit! – Power transmission: The cover sheet of this manual indicates the possible power transmission at a specific input speed and a specific coupling filling (operating fluid and quantity). 2014-02 / Rev. the turbo coupling warms up more than during stationary operation due to the increased slip. Overheating may damage the coupling! The nominal coupling temperature will not be exceeded for the planned application as long as sufficient ventilation is provided.below -25 °C for operating fluid oil . 14 Installation and Operating Manual. 3626-011200 en. KG | Installation and Operating Manual 4. page 4 Please consult Voith Turbo. 4.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. the operating fluid flows from the delay chamber into the turbo coupling working chamber. – Operating fluid: Use only the operating fluid indicated on the cover sheet of this manual! Operate the turbo coupling only with the filling quantity stated on the cover sheet of this manual. Voith Turbo's approval is required for a stationary operation of the coupling at a different working point. Please provide sufficient intervals between start-ups to avoid thermal overload! – Starting characteristic of turbo couplings with delay chamber: On start-up.  For technical data. These values describe a permissible working point for the stationary operation of the coupling. the operating fluid returns into the delay chamber. if the turbo coupling shall be used for ambient temperatures . Subject to modification due to technical development. The following applies only to couplings in potentially explosive atmospheres: Make sure that the air surrounding the turbo coupling does not exceed the permissible value. see Chapter 1.

 For technical data. switch off the power supply after the time required in Chapter 1 at the latest. Subject to modification due to technical development. see Chapter 19. 4. see Chapter 1. monitor the output speed. Printed in Germany. page 70 – Blocking: Blocking of the driven machine may cause overheating of the turbo coupling and response of the fusible plugs thus endangering persons as well as the turbo coupling and environment. 3626-011200 en. page 4 Installation and Operating Manual. see Chapter 1. Repair any defective monitoring device immediately! Never bypass safety devices!  For technical data. It is necessary to switch off the power supply as otherwise the max. surface temperature indicated cannot be met. page 4  For monitoring devices. If the output speed falls below the input speed by more than 10%. immediately switch off the power supply. In case of multi-motor drive. Immediately switch off the driving machine! EX-PROTECTION! – Overload of the coupling: After the thermal fuse responded. switch off the whole system! If an additional monitoring of the overload is required.Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. Switch off the drive motor immediately on response of one of the fusible plugs! Use original fusible plugs only with the response temperature indicated on the cover sheet of this operating manual! – Monitoring devices: Check whether the existing monitoring devices are in a state ready for operation. KG | Installation and Operating Manual Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley – Fusible plugs: The fusible plugs protect the turbo coupling against damage due to thermal overload. 2014-02 / Rev. Note! The coupling will be overloaded in cases where  the driven machine blocks  the driven machine is loaded excessively during nominal operation and/or during start-up (consult Voith Turbo). 15 .

4. The staff in charge of any work to be done on the coupling must – be reliable. installation. such as transportation. For example: – change in operating data. Therefore. even after shipment.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley 4. please inform us about anything that might be of interest to us. chains. Staff to be trained may only perform work on the turbo coupling under supervision of a qualified and authorized person. servicing and repair. maintenance. commissioning.9 Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. lubricating grease – service and use safety devices in a manner ensuring compliance with safety standards – prevent accidents and provide first aid. – be trained. – experience gained with the machine. – recurring problems. Subject to modification due to technical development. – problems experienced with this installation and operating manual. 3626-011200 en. This staff must be trained. 16 Installation and Operating Manual. commissioning. .g. electrical connection. servicing and repair and who have got the necessary qualifications relevant to their job performed. storage. slings (ropes. 2014-02 / Rev. instructed and authorized to: – operate and service machines in a professional manner in accordance with the technical safety standards – use lifting appliances. 4. e. operation.) and lifting points in an expert manner – professionally dispose of media and their components.10 Follow-up of product  You will find our address on page 8 We are under legal obligation to follow up on the behavior of our products. Qualified professional staff in the sense of this basic safety information are persons who are familiar with transportation. storage. maintenance. – be of the legal minimum age. electrical connection. Printed in Germany. KG | Installation and Operating Manual Staff qualification Only qualified and authorized professional staff are allowed to perform work. instructed and authorized with regard to the intended work. installation. etc.

4. EX-PROTECTION! In potentially explosive atmospheres it is only allowed to transport the coupling in suitable packing.)!  For masses. with mounted pulley (if included in the scope of supply).  Chapter 12. tab washer/lock washer and other accessories are supplied as loose parts. 3626-011200 en. ATTENTION! Dispose of the packing and used parts in accordance with the stipulations of the country of installation! 5. Printed in Germany. it will be delivered in a separate container.2 Scope of supply The turbo coupling will be supplied as indicated on the cover sheet. see Cover sheet Incorrect handling of the turbo coupling may cause bruising of upper and lower limbs and seriously injure persons.  For filling the coupling.3 Transport Installation and Operating Manual. KG | Installation and Operating Manual 5 Transport and Storage 5. The operator himself will fill in the operating fluid. 5. etc. pay attention to the center of gravity position and use the provided lifting points! Use appropriate transportation means and slings (ropes. Additional parts belonging to the scope of supply.Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. fusible plugs. – The turbo coupling is not filled. temperature monitoring. Subject to modification due to technical development. If the scope of supply includes the operating fluid.1 As delivered condition Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley – The turbo coupling is delivered completely. mounting and removal device. such as connecting coupling. chains. will be stated in the order confirmation. etc. 2014-02 / Rev. page 49 WARNING! Falling parts may seriously injure or kill you! Secure the coupling sufficiently. Skilled staff only is allowed to carry out transportation! 17 . This packing has to meet the same minimum requirements as the protective cover. A set of fusible plugs is supplied as spare one. page 43 – Fixing bolt and holding disk. see Chapter 11.

checked and approved .) and lifting points! Damaged load carrying attachments or those with insufficient carrying capacity may break under load. slings (ropes. 2014-02 / Rev.3) need to be . load carrying attachments.4 Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. thread size as for item 0960. 4.g. thus causing an uneven running of the machine! Do not walk under suspended loads! Lifting appliances. with the consequence of serious or even fatal injuries! Check the lifting appliances and load carrying attachments for – sufficient carrying capacity (for weight. Subject to modification due to technical development. Eyebolts are prohibited! Please use swivels as shown on the following pictures! 18 . Installation and Operating Manual. chains.only authorized and trained persons are allowed to operate the same! Read the operating instructions of lifting appliances.sufficiently dimensioned and in sound condition . When fastening and lifting the turbo coupling ensure not to damage the ribbing of the coupling by lifting appliances or load carrying attachments.) and lifting points (swivels. see Chapter 7. KG | Installation and Operating Manual Lifting DANGER! Fastening and lifting of the coupling Improper fastening and lifting of the turbo coupling may cause personal injury and damage to property! The coupling may be lifted only at the lifting points provided (see the following pictures). etc. Printed in Germany. etc. slings (ropes. high-lift truck). chains. – sound condition.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley 5. see cover sheet). lifting points Observe the turbo coupling weight (see cover sheet)! Lifting appliances (e. 3626-011200 en. Damaged ribs may result in an unbalance of the coupling. crane.

etc. KG | Installation and Operating Manual Proper fastening of a Voith turbo coupling (as an example): Screw suitable swivels (thread size as for item 0960. see Chapter 7. fasten it to the slings (ropes. chains. etc. tilting or sliding of the coupling! Installation and Operating Manual. 4. chains. please use the threads provided: Fig. 2014-02 / Rev. For turning the coupling.). Danger to life and risk of injury caused by falling load. 2 19 . Subject to modification due to technical development.) as shown below: Fig.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. secure it against tilting and sliding.3) into the coupling as shown on the pictures. and attach slings (ropes. and observe the general guidelines for the prevention of accidents! As long as the Voith turbo coupling is not mounted between the driving and driven machine. Do not unscrew existing screws for this purpose. 3626-011200 en. 1 DANGER! Do not walk under suspended loads. Printed in Germany.

KG | Installation and Operating Manual DANGER! Always use at least 2 slings (ropes. 3626-011200 en. please use 2 slings (ropes.) on each side! Fig.) for lifting. and secure it against tilting. Printed in Germany. Subject to modification due to technical development. Fig. 2014-02 / Rev. 3 . etc. 20 Installation and Operating Manual. chains. For turning.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. chains. 4 Carefully set the coupling down on a wooden board / pallet. etc. 4.

21 . Wet the turbo coupling inside with an oil selected from the selection list.) with Houghton Ensis DWG2462. Spray bright metal parts (hub bores. fill the turbo coupling with oil above the axis of rotation center and rotate the turbo coupling input and output at least once.Transport .Desiccant according to DIN 55473 / 55474 . close the foil packings airtight. For deviations. it is necessary to check the packaging and to possibly replace it.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. if necessary. Extension of the storage period: The allowable storage period may be extended maximal three times according to the following descriptions. Use a new desiccant. No.Weather protection through means of transportation .Sea transport .Sharp edges protected . Turbo coupling mounted (non-turnable): Fill the turbo coupling up to the upper fusible plug.Storage up to 12 months indoors (building) .Device to suit transportation . etc. Turbo coupling on bearings or mounted (turnable): For re-preservation. PVC foil is put underneath butt joints. KG | Installation and Operating Manual 5. Subject to modification due to technical development.Sea transport . Installation and Operating Manual.5 Storage / Packing / Preservation Turbo coupling As delivered condition: The as delivered condition of the Voith Turbo Couplings depends on the mode of transport and the storage period: Condition No.Storage up to 6 months indoors (building) 3 4 .Inside of box/crate lid lined with sealed ribbed sheets (Akylux). Internal preservation / re-preservation: Renew the internal preservation annually (for Condition No. .Shrink-wrapped in PE foil . brake disks. External preservation / re-preservation: Renew the external preservation according to the allowable storage period. 2014-02 / Rev. 3626-011200 en.Packed in PE foil .Overland / air transport . After replacing the desiccant.Sea transport .Water-proof cardboard or wooden box/crate . To do so. 4. - As stated in 2 Improved preservation As stated in 2 Shrink-wrapped in aluminum sandwich foil instead of PE foil Table 3 Opening of the packaging: Foils that have been opened for inspection upon receipt are to be re-closed airtight for further storage. the turbo coupling is filled with fresh oil (oil quantity according to design documents).Storage up to 6 months indoors (building) 2 .Storage up to 24 months indoors (building) Packing / Measures taken .Device to suit transportation . please see the order documents. 1 represents the as delivered standard. 4: every 2 years). The oil may remain in the turbo coupling for other scheduled represervations if it is ensured that prior to commissioning. Then drain the oil and close the plug on the turbo coupling according to the specified procedure. Printed in Germany.admissible storage period 1 .

Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. internal re-preservation once a year. 5 The Voith turbo coupling is a hydrodynamic coupling working to the Föttinger principle. In the turbine wheel. The power is transmitted with hardly any wear. If necessary.1 Function Blade wheels Shell Fig. Printed in Germany. clean the turbo coupling outside before performing re-preservation. drain the water! Danger of frost! . KG | Installation and Operating Manual Selection list for internal preservation agents: Supplier Designation ARAL Aral Oil KONIT SAE 20W-20 Mobil Mobilarma 524 (SAE 30) Houghton Ensis Engine Oil 20 Wintershall Wintershall Antikorrol 20W-20 The recommended operating fluids may also be used for preservation. 3626-011200 en. this kinetic energy is reconverted into mechanical energy. ATTENTION! When storing couplings of type "TW" below 0°C. see Chapter 14. 4. Renew the external re-preservation every 6 months. Both wheels are provided with bearings relative to each other. Its main elements consist of two blade wheels . The mechanical energy provided by the drive motor is converted into kinetic energy of the operating fluid in the connected pump impeller.the pump impeller and the turbine wheel . Table 4  For outside cleaning. Subject to modification due to technical development.enclosed by a shell. 6 Voith Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill 6.1 Protect the turbo coupling against weather and environmental influences if it is installed in a machine that is not set into operation. 2014-02 / Rev. A constant amount of operating fluid is in the coupling. 22 Installation and Operating Manual. there is no mechanical contact between the power-transmitting parts. Proceed for external and internal re-preservation as described above.

Fig. Printed in Germany. Fig. Subject to modification due to technical development. and the turbine wheel starts to move as a result of the kinetic energy of the fluid flow. 4. KG | Installation and Operating Manual Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Three conditions are to be considered with regard to the coupling function: – Standstill: The whole operating fluid rests in the coupling. – Nominal operation: During nominal operation. 7 Installation and Operating Manual. 3626-011200 en. 6 – Starting condition: The pump impeller accelerates the operating fluid with increasing motor speed causing a circulating flow in the working chamber. The coupling characteristic curve determines the torque curve during startup. only the torque required by the driven machine is transmitted. 8 23 . 2014-02 / Rev. Fig. The whole blade space of the turbine wheel is flooded. The low speed difference between pump impeller and turbine wheel (the so-called rated slip) results in a stationary flow condition in the coupling.Voith Turbo GmbH & Co.

H. … Throttle plate "no code letter": D: without throttle plate with throttle plate Design "no code letter": -X: -Z: standard design special constructional design hydrodynamic special design 8 9 10 11 12 24 3 Possible supplementary information in plain text Examples: with bearing cover. J 01. C. KG | Installation and Operating Manual 6.please consult Voith). 09. 3626-011200 en.  For type designation. 650 2 Number of hydrodynamic circuits T: single-circuit coupling DT: double-circuit coupling 3 Material "no code letter": U: Silumin ferrous product Operating fluid "no code letter": W: mineral oil Water (special case . 487. 10. 274. 07. the type designation is determined as follows: 1 2 562 T 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Example: 562 T VVSRI03 VV S RI 03 1 Coupling size (profile diameter in mm) possible sizes: 154. Delay chamber "no code letter": V: VV: without delay chamber with delay chamber with enlarged delay chamber 4 5 6 Draining of delay chamber "no code letter": time-dependent draining without dynamic refill Y: with dynamic refill 7 Shell "no code letter" S: standard design designed as annular chamber Pulley bearings R: RI: pulley without bearings pulley with bearings Design status “no code letter“: "old": "new": First design A. 2014-02 / Rev. Subject to modification due to technical development. 206. 366. without bearing cover Installation and Operating Manual. B. 562. G. 08. see the cover sheet of this operating manual Type designation . 06.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co.2 For hydrodynamic couplings with constant fill. 05. 422. 02. Printed in Germany. 04. E. 4. 03.

KG | Installation and Operating Manual 6. 2014-02 / Rev. 11 25 . 3626-011200 en. Subject to modification due to technical development. 10 Installation and Operating Manual.Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. 9 Type TRI (basic type) Fig. Type TVRI Fig.3 Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Examples for coupling types Type TR (basic type) Fig. 4. Printed in Germany.

KG | Installation and Operating Manual Type TVVRI Fig. 2014-02 / Rev. Fig. Printed in Germany. 4. 15 26 DTRI DTVRI Installation and Operating Manual. 14 . 13 DTR Type ———— DTVR Type Fig. 3626-011200 en.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. Subject to modification due to technical development. 12 Type TVVSRI Fig.

27 . item 0050 Fastening screw. KG | Installation and Operating Manual 7 Tightening torques ATTENTION! Tighten all screws using a torque-adjustable torque wrench! Fusible plug. item 0390 1) T(V)RI Nozzle screw.1 Fixing bolts The tightening torque for the fixing bolt (item 0050) depends on the dimension of its thread: Thread M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M30 Tightening torque in Nm 23 46 80 195 380 660 1350 Installation and Operating Manual. 2014-02 / Rev. 7. 16 For arrangement and quantity. 4. item 0630 T(V)R │ Fixing bolt. Subject to modification due to technical development. item 0960 1) Sight glass.8 or higher (as per DIN EN ISO 898-1). item 0396 Fig. see the tables in Chapter 14. 3626-011200 en. Printed in Germany. items 0395 / 0260 Filler plug. items 0455 / 0456 Fastening screw. Table 5 The tightening torques for the bolts apply to screws with property class 8.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co.4. oil-moistened and relevant shaft journal material.

4. Installation and Operating Manual. items 0455 / 0456 154 T - - - - - - 206 T 23 (M8) 23 (M8) - - 274 T 23 (M8) 62 (M12) - - 274 DT 46 (M10) 62 (M12) - - 366 T.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley 7.5) 562 T 80 (M12) 62 (M12) 48 (M16x1.5) 144 (M24x1.2 Voith Turbo GmbH & Co.5) 50 (M18x1.3 Fastening and nozzle screws Tightening torque in Nm Coupling size and type Fastening screw. items 0395 / 0260 Filler plug. 1) item 0960 Nozzle screw. items 0394 / 0265 Sight glass. Printed in Germany.5) 650 T 195 (M16) 135 (M16) 48 (M16x1. 2014-02 / Rev. blind screws and sight glasses Tightening torque in Nm Coupling size Fusible plug.5) 144 (M24x1.5) 80 (M24x1. KG | Installation and Operating Manual Fusible plugs. Table 7 2) .5) 13 (M10) – – 366 to 562 50 (M18x1. item 0396 154 8 (M8) 13 (M10) 8 (M8) – – 206 13 (M10) 20 (M12x1. 3626-011200 en.5) Table 6 7. filler plugs.8 or higher (as per DIN EN 20898-1 / DIN EN ISO 898-1) are used.5) 50 (M18x1.5) 487 T 80 (M12) 68 (M12) 48 (M16x1. 1) item 0630 (dimension of thread) Fastening screw. 422 T 46 (M10) 68 (M12) 48 (M16x1. item 0390 (dimension of thread) Blind screw.5) 28 Screws with property class 8.5) 650 144 (M24) 80 (M24x1.5) 13 (M10) – – 274 13 (M10) 30 (M14x1. Subject to modification due to technical development.

3626-011200 en. This list makes no claim to be complete.) Set of Allan keys Screwdrivers Torque wrenches Hammer. Avoid sparking! Observe standards EN 1127-1 Annex A and EN 1127-1 Chapter 7. – Two shackles with appropriate slings (ropes. Subject to modification due to technical development. check in detail with the assembly plan. 2014-02 / Rev. etc. Observe Figs.g. KG | Installation and Operating Manual 8 Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Coupling Installation DANGER! Please observe.1 Tools EX-PROTECTION! When using or assembling an Ex-coupling use only tools approved for application in potentially explosive atmospheres. ratchet. page 27 Installation and Operating Manual. 8. see Chapter 7. Then the coupling pulley is coupled through belts with the pulley of the driven machine.0 – 3. page 28 – Adjustable chains or ropes with sufficient tensile strength (see individual weights). 240 Lifting appliances and load carrying attachments: – Crane. 17 and 18 on page 32!  For swivel sizes. EN 1127-2 Annex B and EN 1127-2 Chapter 7. 29 .0mm). chains.3 – 0. Then the coupling pulley is coupled through belts with the pulley of the drive motor.) for lifting the coupling.3. Measuring equipment: Dial gauge with holder Caliper gauge External screw-type micrometer according to shaft diameter Inside micrometer according to hub diameter Mounting auxiliaries: Auxiliaries for alignment of motor and gearbox (fastening screws). rubber mallet Set of files Wire brush  For dimension of thread. Chapter 4 (Safety) when working on the turbo coupling! – Inner wheel drive: The coupling is mounted on the drive motor shaft. 4. – Outer wheel drive (special case): The coupling is mounted on the driven machine shaft. Grinding cloth. e.5 – 1.Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. Printed in Germany. in particular. shims for motor and gearbox pedestals (0. see Chapter 7.1 – 0. etc. graining 100. Tools: Set of open-end wrenches Set of ring spanners Socket wrench box (containing hexagon spanners.

Table 8 30 . Printed in Germany.  Check the shaft journal of the drive motor and/or driven machine for true radial running. Subject to modification due to technical development.2  Fig. – Proposed lubricants: Producer Designation Dow Corning Molykote G-N Plus Paste Molykote G-Rapid Plus Paste Molykote TP 42 gleitmo 815 LM 48 Montagepaste Molykote D 321 R Anti-Friction Coating Paste White T Paste MP 3 Fuchs Liqui Moly Dow Corning Castrol Optimol Note Hazardous substance! Installation and Operating Manual.  Apply a thin film of lubricant to the shaft journals. 16.  Slightly oil the threads of bolts. page 27 Note! Use a lubricant with the following characteristics: – Operating temperature range: -20 °C…+180 °C. KG | Installation and Operating Manual 8. – protection against fretting corrosion and corrosion.  Clean fitting surfaces on the shaft journal and hub using emery cloth. 4. Preparation  Check the length of fixing bolt if the length of the shaft journal. – water.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. 3626-011200 en.and wash-out-resistant. on which the coupling is mounted. was changed or not indicated to Voith Turbo. 2014-02 / Rev.

be axially fixed and run smoothly in the keyways. page 32  For lifting appliances. 2014-02 / Rev. . remove the key accordingly to avoid unbalance. if it exceeds 100 kg. KG | Installation and Operating Manual Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley ATTENTION! – Keys should be provided with sufficient back clearance. with the consequence of serious or even fatal injuries! Check the lifting appliances and load carrying attachments for – sufficient carrying capacity (for weight. an identical compensation groove is provided opposite for balancing of unbalance. – sound condition. – In case of a shaft-hub connecting with . The weight is also stamped with figure stamps on the outer diameter of the coupling flange. WARNING! Damaged load carrying attachments or those with insufficient carrying capacity may break under load.F: Full-key convention.one (1) key. = full-key convention) on the front of the coupling hub. observe the turbo coupling weight!  Illustration as an example: Fig.4 Note! The weight of the turbo coupling is indicated on the cover sheet.Voith Turbo GmbH & Co.  Insert the keys. .balance to half-key convention.H: Half-key convention. – Ensure that the balancing method is the same for the shaft and hub. see cover sheet).and should the key be longer than the hub.  Prepare suitable tools and lifting appliances. 4. 18. a compensation groove can be provided opposite for balancing of unbalance. = half-key convention) or F (Full. see Chapter 5. – For coupling hubs with a key or half-key convention. Subject to modification due to technical development. . Printed in Germany. Installation and Operating Manual. 3626-011200 en. Our parts are marked according to DIN ISO 8821 / ISO 8821: . – For coupling hubs with a key and full-key convention. 31 . – The grooves usable for key connections are marked with H (Half.

2014-02 / Rev. if provided Fig.  Careful warming up of the coupling hub (to approx. – hammers.  Insert the supplied holding disk. Printed in Germany. KG | Installation and Operating Manual 8. On mounting. 18 32  Position the hub on the relevant shaft journal. 17 Observe the backlash of the key! Compensation groove. we recommend using the mounting and removal devices that can be procured as accessory from Voith Turbo for couplings from size 274. Installation and Operating Manual.3 Mounting Note! For mounting the turbo coupling.  . ATTENTION! The use of unsuitable working means or methods may cause damage to property. do not use – pressure plates. – welding torches. 4. Fig. 80 °C) facilitates the mounting. 3626-011200 en. The lubricant most not be removed!  Fix the coupling to a suitable lifting appliance.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. Subject to modification due to technical development. the hub bore is provided with a solid film lubricant. For couplings using water as operating fluid.

page 34 Roll pin Locking plate 1) Fixing bolt Holding disk 1) Lock washer up to coupling size 274 Installation and Operating Manual. and then re-insert it. 19  Check the holding disk for proper seat. – For couplings from size 366.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. see Chapter 8. 2014-02 / Rev. if necessary. Printed in Germany. the spacer tube and the holding disk. Put the locking plate and/or lock washer underneath the fixing bolt and tighten with the specified tightening torque.  Insert a suitable and slightly oiled threaded rod in the shaft of the relevant machine. KG | Installation and Operating Manual Note! – For couplings up to size 274 remove the circlip before inserting the holding disk. 3626-011200 en.  Mount the coupling on the shaft journal using the mounting spindle. secure the holding disk against twisting by means of a roll pin. ATTENTION! Depending on the design of the shaft. Mount the coupling on the shaft journal using a nut and a spacer tube. the coupling hub must be in contact with the shaft collar or the end face of shaft journal. Subject to modification due to technical development.1. page 27 33 . 4.4. see Chapter 7.  For mounting devices. Coupling sizes 154 and 206: Coupling sizes 274 to 650:   Slightly oil the mounting spindle.  For tightening torque.  Secure the fixing bolt with the locking plate. Fig.

422. 20 Mounting spindle Original holding disk Coupling hub Coupling sizes 34 L1 L2 in mm in mm L1: L2: n: SW1: Total length Length of spacer tube Dimension of mounting spindle thread Width across flats n SW1 in mm Article No. 4.10457880 Installation and Operating Manual.10457730 TCR.10659910 366.10457870 TCR.11071880 TCR.10457740 TCR.4 Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. 487 780 190 M16 M20 M24 M30 24 30 36 46 TCR.11054200 TCR.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley 8.10659870 TCR. KG | Installation and Operating Manual Mounting devices The following mounting devices are available at Voith Turbo for turbo couplings of basic type TR(I): C B SW1 n A L2 L1 Fig.10659890 TCR.11110620 TCR.10457860 TCR.11110640 TCR.10659850 TCR. 2014-02 / Rev. 650 1150 245 M20 M24 M30 30 36 46 TCR.11110630 TCR. 3626-011200 en.10659860 TCR.11110770 562. of spacer tube 274 520 135 M10 M12 M16 M20 17 19 24 30 TCR.10457920 TCR. of mounting spindle Article No. Printed in Germany.10659900 TCR. A: B: C: .10659880 TCR.11054210 TCR.10457720 TCR.10659840 TCR. Subject to modification due to technical development.

etc.5. page 49 Installation and Operating Manual. It is vital to consult Voith Turbo to determine the effective diameter of the pulley as it depends on the power and speed! Clean the pulley grooves. 2014-02 / Rev. and pay attention to irregularities (noise.  Pretension the belts properly (observe Chapter 8. Permissible radial force).). grease and other impurities.  Chapter 12.  Adjust the center distance of the pulleys so that the belts can be mounted without exerting any excessive force. 3626-011200 en. please observe the radial load acting on the coupling caused by the belt tension.  Operate the system for some time. KG | Installation and Operating Manual 8. – The pulleys must be in alignment during operation. Subject to modification due to technical development.  Check the alignment of the pulleys (see Chapter 9). The grooves must be free from burrs. – Belts must neither slip on startup nor during continuous operation.  Check the alignment of the pulleys.  35 .5 Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Mounting of belts and belt tension Note! – Correct dimensioning of the belt drive depends on a number of factors and environmental conditions. vibrations. ATTENTION! For turbo couplings with pulleys that have no bearings (type "TR"). Pulleys which are not in alignment may reduce the lifetime of the belts.  Put the belts individually on the pulleys. – Replace belts in sets. Please observe the system and belt manufacturer's instructions! – Please observe the system and belt manufacturer's instructions regarding mounting of belts and adjustment of belt tension.1. excessive warmup of belts. Printed in Germany. 4.Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. Then check the pretension of the belts.

5.1 Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. Connection of bearing cover / pulley Fr ATTENTION! Please consult Voith Turbo in case the belt pull of the system is higher than the permissible radial forces shown on the following diagrams.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley 8. Printed in Germany. Basis: nominal lifetime L10h = 25000 h. 4. When the radial force indicated in the following diagrams is reduced by approx. Reaction forces on adjacent components have to be regarded separately. see the following illustration. Subject to modification due to technical development. Fig. KG | Installation and Operating Manual Permissible radial force Permissible radial force Fr caused by the belt drive as a function of the lever arm h. the bearing lifetime increases to L10h = 50000 h. The lever arm h is defined as distance between the connection of bearing cover / pulley and the load application point in the (V-belt) pulley center. 2014-02 / Rev. 3626-011200 en. 20%. 36 Installation and Operating Manual. 21 . Note! The permissible radial force only applies to the turbo coupling.

with bearing cover with / without bearing cover Fig. DTR… couplings Fig. 2014-02 / Rev. KG | Installation and Operating Manual Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Diagram for TR…. Printed in Germany.Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. 37 . 3626-011200 en. DTRI… couplings Installation and Operating Manual. Subject to modification due to technical development. 23 ATTENTION! Please consult Voith Turbo in case the belt pull of the system is higher than the permissible radial forces shown on the above diagrams. 22 Diagram for TRI…. 4.

displacements due to temperature changes. It would be advantageous to use claws for the adjusting screws on the foundation for lateral movement of the input unit (motor). 3626-011200 en. Chapter 4 (Safety) when working on the turbo coupling! 9. Align the input shaft to the output shaft. – Observe. if necessary. 2014-02 / Rev. Subject to modification due to technical development.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. and correct it.stability depends on the whole unit and has to be guaranteed!  Check the alignment after tightening all screws. Printed in Germany. in particular. – Pulleys which are not in alignment may reduce the lifetime of the system and the belts.  38 . in particular. KG | Installation and Operating Manual 9 Alignment DANGER! Please observe.1 Alignment tolerances EX-PROTECTION! / ATTENTION! – Excessive misalignment may cause damage to the material. 9.2 Alignment Note! For alignment. Installation and Operating Manual.  Fix the motor and gearbox (input and output unit) to the foundation . the pulleys must be in alignment. please observe the system and belt manufacturer's instructions. 4. support the motor feet using shims or foil sheets.

.. ISO VG 10 ......................................................... Dispose of used operating fluid via an authorized collecting station in accordance with the national statutory provisions............... 3626-011200 en.......46 can be used 39 .. at least 50 °C above the max.... less than 15000 mm /s (cSt) – Pour point ......... 4 °C below the minimum ambient temperature or lower – Flash point . Minimum requirements: 21/19/16 as per ISO 4406 – Sealing compatibility ................... 4. NBR (Nitril-Butadien caoutchouc) and FPM/FKM (fluor caoutchouc) Advantageous additional qualities  FE 8 test: D7... Subject to modification due to technical development..... – Unsuitable operating fluids may damage the turbo coupling permanently! – Consult Voith Turbo if you want to use an operating fluid not mentioned.... aging-resistant refined product Installation and Operating Manual....... seriously injuring persons! Maintain the turbo coupling regularly! Experts only are allowed to work on the turbo coupling! 10........................ ATTENTION! Operating fluids are detrimental to health and may pollute the environment... ISO VG 32 acc.............. surface temperature (see (only relevant for Chapter 1) couplings used in potentially explosive atmospheres ( )) – Resistance to aging ........Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co.. KG | Installation and Operating Manual 10 Operating fluids ATTENTION! – Use only the operating fluid mentioned on the cover sheet of this operating manual. Make sure that no operating fluid gets into the ground or water! DANGER! Hot operating fluid could spray off from defective components or fusible plugs.......................... to DIN ISO 3448 * 2 – Viscosity on start-up .1 Requirements to be fulfilled by the operating fluid mineral oil ) – Viscosity class .5 / 80-80 Abrasion of rolling elements Abrasion of cage < < 30 mg 100 mg ) * In special cases..... greater than 180 °C and at least 40 °C above the nominal response temperature of the fusible plugs – Fire point ..... – Cleanliness grade ..... Printed in Germany............................... 2014-02 / Rev....

ISO VG 10 . 10.2 Operating temperature frequently above 100°C FPM/FKM is recommended as sealing material.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. oil TS32 Tegula Öl 32 Tegula V32 Tellus S32 Wintershall Wiolan HS 32 Wintershall Wiolan HF 32 Rando HD 32 Azolla ZS 32 Avia BP Castrol CEPSA ExxonMobil Fuchs Klüber Kuwait Petroleum Optimol Ravenol Shell SRS Salzbergen Texaco Total Pour point in °C -21 -30 -29 -27 -33 -30 -27 -28 -27 -24 -30 -27 -30 -54 -30 -24 -18 -30 -30 -38 -24 -33 -33 -30 -24 -27 -30 -27 Flash point in °C 195 204 215 214 210 216 218 200 200 204 206 220 225 234 210 205 200 208 208 209 220 210 211 215 220 200 196 210 Fire point in °C 237 231 250 234 232 234 234 240 240 246 220 Class HLP HLP CLP HLP CLP HLP CLP HLP HLP HLP HLP HLP CLP/HLP HLP HLP HLP HLP HLP HLP HLP HLP HLP HLP HLP HLP HLP HLP HLP FE8 Test satisfied yes yes yes yes Table 9 40 Installation and Operating Manual.2.2. Printed in Germany. III.2 Mineral oils 10.3 .1 Usable operating fluids ) – Hydraulic oils HLP 32 to DIN 51524. Subject to modification due to technical development.2. Proposed operating fluids Producer Designation Addinol Agip Hydraulic oil HLP 32 Agip Oso 32 Agip Blasia 32 Avia Fluid RSL 32 Gear RSX 32 S Energol HLP-HM 32 Alpha EP 32 Hyspin SP32 Hyspin AWS 32 HIDROSIC HLP 32 EP 125 DTE 24 Mobilfluid 125 Mobil SHC 524 Renolin MR10 Renolin B10 Lamora HLP 32 Q8 Haydn 32 Q8 Holst 32 Hydo MV 32 Hydr. 2014-02 / Rev. KG | Installation and Operating Manual 10. 3626-011200 en.46 can be used 10. when selecting the mineral oil. IIE. MERCON – M-891205 and M 921253 ) * In special cases. IID. 4. Part 2 * – Lubricating oils CLP 32 to DIN 51517. Part 3 ) – Steam turbine oils LTD 32 to DIN 51515. Part 1 * – HD engine oils SAE 10 W – ATF type A Suffix A (TASA) and type Dexron II. ensure that it provides excellent oxidation resistance.

flash and fire point are approximate values and data originating from the oil suppliers. KG | Installation and Operating Manual Operating fluids for the use in low temperature ranges: Producer Designation Castrol Texaco Aral Texaco Shell AWS 10 Capella Oil WF 32 Vitam GF 10 Capella Oil WF 22 Morlina 10 Pour point in °C -39 -39 -40 -51 -57 Flash point in °C 160 188 165 166 150 Fire point in °C Class FE8 Test satisfied HLP HLP HLP HLP HLP Table 10 The above oil list is a recommendation and does not claim to be complete.3 Proposed operating fluids for special requirements Operating fluid suitable for the use in the food industry Producer Designation Klüber Summit HySyn FG 32 Pour point in °C Flash point in °C Class -45 >230 HLP Note: USDA H1-Registration satisfies the FDA requirements. 2014-02 / Rev. Biodegradable operating fluid Producer Designation Fuchs Plantosyn 3268 Pour point in °C Flash point in °C Class -36 230 HEES Note: Fuchs Plantosyn 3268 is a quickly biodegradable fluid of viscosity class ISO VG 46 corresponding to VDMA 24568. 41 . ATTENTION! The values mentioned for the pour point.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. These may vary and Voith Turbo does not assume any warranty! Country-specific production of the basic oil may result in different values. High-flash point operating fluid Producer Designation Fuchs Renosafe DU 46 Pour point in °C Flash point in °C Class -33 305 HFD-U Installation and Operating Manual. . The density of this fluid is lower than the density of water. 4. The water risk class is 1 and the density of this fluid is lower than the density of water. Printed in Germany. Note: Fuchs Renosafe DU 46 is a high-flash point pressure fluid of viscosity class ISO VG 46 and contains neither chlorinated hydrocarbons nor phosphorus acid ester. we recommend consulting the respective oil supplier! 10. 3626-011200 en.In case of critical applications. Subject to modification due to technical development.

.... – contain only a low amount of salt....... 4... be free from solid matters......... 3626-011200 en.............4. drinking water satisfies these requirements...................Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co..... 5…8 The water used should – to the greatest possible extent..1 Usable operating fluids Installation and Operating Manual..... – contain only a low concentration of other additives...4 Requirements to be fulfilled by the operating fluid 'water' ATTENTION! It is allowed to fill in water only in a coupling of type TW! – Sealing compatibility .... 2014-02 / Rev.... KG | Installation and Operating Manual 10. Normally............ NBR (Nitril-Butadien caoutchouc) – pH-value ... Subject to modification due to technical development. 10.. Printed in Germany.. 42 ..

2014-02 / Rev. Printed in Germany. Make sure that any containers. Note! You will find tightening torques in Chapter 7. are clean. 4. ATTENTION! – Observe the quantity to be filled in that is indicated on the cover sheet of this operating manual. rinse them immediately using a lot of water and consult a physician without delay! – After finishing work. used for filling the coupling. Chapter 4 (Safety) when working on the turbo coupling! CAUTION! – Operating fluids may cause irritations or inflammation when in contact with skin and mucous membranes. in particular. – A too low quantity thermally loads the coupling more and results in a low stall torque. DANGER! Please observe. Subject to modification due to technical development. – Please always wear safety goggles when working with the operating fluid! – Should you get any operating fluid in your eyes. – Fill and drain the coupling only after it has cooled down. – Do not mix different types of operating fluids. 3626-011200 en. 16 on page 27. which may destroy the coupling. from page 27. filling tubes. Installation and Operating Manual. – A too high quantity stresses the drive motor more on start-up and results in a higher stall torque. etc. – Use only the operating fluid mentioned on the cover sheet of this operating manual. – Please observe the instructions stated in the safety data sheets. KG | Installation and Operating Manual Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley 11 Fill. please observe Fig. as otherwise there is a risk of burn injuries! EX-PROTECTION! / ATTENTION! – Impurities in the operating fluid cause higher wear on the coupling and damages to bearings so that there is no explosion protection any longer. – Ensure that the original sealing rings used are in sound condition. – Start to work on the coupling only after it has cooled down below 40 °C. carefully clean your hands with soap. funnels. 43 . Filling Check and Draining – The quantity and type of operating fluid used substantially determines the performance of the coupling.Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. – An overfilling is not permitted! This would lead to an undue high internal pressure in the coupling.

2014-02 / Rev. after the intersection line through the sight glass or the fusible plug. tighten the sight glass. KG | Installation and Operating Manual 11.  After a trial run (with protective cover!).2. check the coupling for leaks.  If the coupling is provided with a sight glass (item 0396). page 59  For tightening torques. 11. Couplings of sizes 366 .Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. Subject to modification due to technical development. In addition. The first screw is the one which center line is in counting direction.  For quantity. 4. tighten the fusible plug. see cover sheet – If operating fluid is included in the scope of supply. page 28 44  Turn the coupling until the operating fluid is just visible on the sight glass (if existing) or until the operating fluid can be seen on the (still) removed fusible plug. record the number z of screws determined. see Chapter 7.  Remove the top fusible plug (item 0395 or item 0260) for pressure compensation. it is shipped in a separate container.1. Vertical axis Direction of rotation z 3 Filling level Vertical axis Counting 2 direction 1 Sight glass or fusible plug Direction of rotation z 3 Countin 2 g 1 direction Sight glass or fusible plug z = _____  For assembly test report.  If not yet done.274: Turn the coupling until the filler plug (item 0390) is on top.1  For operating fluid and filling quantity. see cover sheet How to fill couplings installed in horizontal position  Couplings of sizes 154 .  For later filling level checks.650: Turn the coupling until the filler plug (item 0390) that is closest to the sight glass (item 0396) is on top. Fig. see: Chapter 15. Installation and Operating Manual. mark the coupling or the protective cover. 24 . Printed in Germany.  Tighten the filler plug.  Determine the number z of the flange screws from the sight glass to the vertical axis. but is not yet leaking out.  Remove the filler plug.mesh size  25 µm for turbo couplings using oil as operating medium (type T…) . 3626-011200 en.mesh size  50 µm for turbo couplings using water as operating medium (type TW…) through the filler plug opening.  Fill in the specified operating fluid quantity ( Chapter 10) through a fine strainer .1 Filling the coupling Note! – Turbo couplings are shipped unfilled.1.

Subject to modification due to technical development.5). Printed in Germany. – For an upper pulley (see Fig. 23). check the coupling for leaks. The other screw hole serves for pressure compensation.  Provide the level mark on the coupling or protective cover for later level checks. 22).  Remove the level check device. and from coupling size 487 two fusible plugs. Tightening torque for the screw plug: 30 Nm (M14x1.2 How to fill couplings installed in vertical position Shell (item 0190) positioned on top: Outer wheel (item 0300) positioned on top: Fusible plug / blind screw Fusible plug / blind screw Level mark Level mark Screw plug Level check device Level check device Connection for the level check device Screw plug Connection for level check device Fig. and from coupling size 366 these are two blind screws. 0265. or 0395). 3626-011200 en. 26 Remove two screws being on top. up to coupling size 274. up to coupling size 274 these are one blind screw and one filler plug. 4. 0394. Rotate the coupling with nominal speed for a short time to let the operating fluid spread evenly. KG | Installation and Operating Manual 11. 2014-02 / Rev.1. for coupling sizes 366 and 422 these are two blind screws. Installation and Operating Manual.  Re-close the screw holes on top using the screws (items 0260.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co.  Tighten slackened screws. – For a lower pulley (see Fig. these are one fusible plug and one filler plug. 25  Fig.  Remove again two screws being on top.  Fit the level check device to the connection provided for this purpose.  After a trial run (with protective cover!).  Fill the specified operating fluid quantity through a fine strainer (mesh size  30µm) into a screw hole.  The level check device is available at Voith Turbo as accessory for couplings from size 366 45 .

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11.2 Filling check
You will find the filling quantity on the cover sheet of this operating manual.

11.2.1

Level check for couplings installed in horizontal position

Note!
– From size 366 turbo couplings are equipped with a sight glass in the outer wheel;
the position of the sight glass is marked by an arrow.
 Fig. 24:
page 44

If no sight glass is provided, turn the coupling until a fusible plug is on top. Then
unscrew and remove this fusible plug.

Turn the coupling until the operating fluid is just visible on the sight glass or until the
operating fluid can be seen on the removed fusible plug, but is not yet leaking out.

Determine the number z of the flange screws from the sight glass or fusible plug to
the vertical axis. The first screw is the one which center line is in counting direction,
after the intersection line through the sight glass or the fusible plug.

Compare the number of screws determined with the number of screws determined
during filling. Please observe the marking provided additionally on the coupling or
guard.

In case of deviations, correct the filling quantity!

 For tightening
torques, see
Chapter 7.2,
page 28

Re-insert and tighten any removed fusible plug.

After a trial run (with protective cover!), check the coupling for leaks.

 Figs. 22 and 23,
page 45

11.2.2

 For number z,
see
Chapter 11.1.1,
page 44

Level check for couplings installed in vertical position

Note!
– The level of couplings from size 366 is checked using a level check device. This
level check device is available as accessory at Voith Turbo.

 Figs. 22 and 23,
page 45

 Chapter 11.1.2,
page 45

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Remove a screw being on top (fusible plug or blind screw) for ventilation purposes.

Remove the screw plug.

Fit the level check device to the connection provided for this purpose.

Compare the level with the marking that was provided when filling in.

In case of deviations, correct the filling quantity!

Remove the level check device.

Tighten slackened screws.
Tightening torque for the screw plug: 30 Nm (M14x1.5).

After a trial run (with protective cover!), check the coupling for leaks.

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– Couplings up to size 274 need to be drained for the level check, and then be refilled.

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11.3 Draining the coupling
ATTENTION!
Improper disposal of operating fluid may cause extremely severe damages to
the environment! On disposal, please observe the applicable laws and the
producers' or suppliers' instructions!

Provide suitable containers to collect the operating fluid.

11.3.1

How to drain couplings without delay chamber that are installed in
horizontal position

Turn the coupling until one fusible plug faces the bottom.

Remove this fusible plug.

For ventilation, remove one opposite filler or fusible plug.

After the coupling has drained, re-insert and tighten the plugs. Use original sealing
rings only.

11.3.2

How to drain couplings with delay chamber that are installed in
horizontal position

Turn the coupling until one fusible plug faces the bottom.

Remove this fusible plug.

For ventilation, remove one opposite filler or fusible plug.

Wait until the coupling working chamber has drained.

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Subject to modification due to technical development.

Coupling size 274:

Coupling sizes 366 to 650:

Re-insert and tighten the fusible and filler
plugs.

Remove the nozzle screw (item
0455 / 0456).

Switch on the drive motor for about half a
minute to maximal one minute. The
operating fluid in the delay chamber
drains into the working chamber. Please
observe the safety regulations!

Turn the coupling until the nozzle
screw hole faces the bottom.

Wait until the delay chamber has
drained.

Tighten the nozzle screw.

 For tightening
torques, see
Chapter 7.2,
page 28

Remove the fusible plug again.

Table 11

Turn the coupling until the opening of the fusible plug is at the bottom.

After the working chamber of the coupling has fully drained, re-insert and tighten
the plugs.

 For tightening
torques, see
Chapter 7.2,
page 28

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11.3.3
 Figs. 22 and 23,
page 45

How to drain couplings installed in vertical position

For ventilation, remove one blind screw or fusible plug on the top side of the
coupling.

Up to coupling size 274:

From coupling size 366:

Remove one blind screw or fusible
plug being at the bottom.

Remove the connection for the level
check device.
Table 12

After the coupling has drained, re-insert and tighten the plugs.
Tightening torque for the connection: 80 Nm (M24x1.5).
Tightening torque for the screw plug: 30 Nm (M14x1.5).

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Subject to modification due to technical development.

Note!
On account of its design, the coupling cannot completely drain when installed!

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perforated plate.g.  collect spraying solder of fusible plugs. 3626-011200 en. 49 . in particular. Installation and Operating Manual. Especially couplings with outer parts made of aluminum must not get in contact with corrosive steel or iron. or harm to property and the environment! Experts only are allowed to perform commissioning.g. 2014-02 / Rev. corrosive steels. 4. first starting of the turbo coupling! Secure the machine against unintentional switching on! EX-PROTECTION! / ATTENTION! – Please check with reference to the marking whether the coupling is approved for potentially explosive atmospheres. if necessary). please contact Voith Turbo. etc. Chapter 4 (Safety) when working on the turbo coupling! A commissioning not performed properly could cause personal injuries.  collect operating fluid leaking out to prevent contact with parts (motor. This protective cover has to  prevent intrusion of damaging foreign particles (stones. plate with a hole size of about 10-12 mm) around the belt drive and exposed shaft parts. Only wear close-fitting clothes when working! Cover long hair in a hair net! Do not wear jewelry (e.  withstand the impacts to be expected without excessive damages. in particular.Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. – Provide machines on which overspeed is possible. KG | Installation and Operating Manual Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley 12 Commissioning DANGER! Please observe. A perforated plate with 65% hole cross section enclosing the coupling on all sides does not reduce the ventilation (consult Voith.)! Never operate the coupling without protective cover! Fix a protective cover (e. size of holes approx. necklaces. – In order to avoid static charging. DANGER! Slack clothing.). 10-12 mm) around the coupling. Subject to modification due to technical development. For constructional proposals for protective covers.  provide sufficient ventilation to maintain the maximum surface temperature specified. Printed in Germany. thus preventing contact of the coupling with the protective cover. etc.  guarantee safety distances to prevent hazard zones being reached (DIN EN ISO 13857). – The turbo coupling is not equipped with insulated ball and roller bearings! The passage of current and stray currents may come from connected machines (e. rings. rings or loose parts may get caught and be drawn in or wound up causing serious injuries or damage to the turbo coupling and the environment. it is not allowed to install the turbo coupling with insulation on both sides. VFD motor). necklaces. long hair. belt) that might ignite or catch fire. – Provide a protective cover (e.g. – Provide an equipotential bonding between the input and output end. with a device preventing safely overspeed (example: brake or backstop).g.

2). switch over from star to delta after 2. KG | Installation and Operating Manual ATTENTION! – Never operate the turbo coupling without operating fluid! – On account of the type of bearings used for standard turbo couplings of sizes 366. EX-PROTECTION! / Note! – A marking according to Directive 94/9/EC and EN13463 has been provided on the periphery of the couplings. The marking specifies in what potentially explosive atmospheres and under what conditions the use is permitted.. commission the same paying attention to any irregularities. do not exceed the maximum permissible coupling filling level! 50 Installation and Operating Manual. Regarding commissioning. 206 and 274. EX-PROTECTION! / ATTENTION!  For technical data. you should determine the load of the individual motors.5 seconds at the latest.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. 2014-02 / Rev. 562 and 650. 487.  After installing and filling the coupling. at least one standstill within three months is required.. – On account of the type of bearings used for the standard turbo couplings of sizes 154.  If you use a BTS-Ex to limit the maximum surface temperature. see Chapter 1. if necessary. Subject to modification due to technical development. 422. at least one standstill per week is required. Printed in Germany. 3626-011200 en. Great differences regarding motor load may be balanced by an appropriate adjustment of the respective coupling filling volumes. – If the motor is started with star/delta connection. make sure not to exceed the maximum permissible temperature of the turbo coupling when switching on the motor. . Chapter 15. – The direction of rotation of driven machine may be specified! The direction of rotation of the motor must be in accordance with the specified direction of rotation of the driven machine! – In case of a multi-motor drive. However. please also observe the system and belt manufacturer's instructions. page 4  Check the belt tension and readjust. 4. Example: II 2D c 180˚C X Note! – The turbo coupling may be used for any direction of rotation.  Document the commissioning (see commissioning report.

Installation and Operating Manual. Printed in Germany.Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. 3626-011200 en. 51 . Chapter 4 (Safety) when working on the turbo coupling! An operation presupposes the successful commissioning according to Chapter 13. 4. in particular. eliminate such according to Chapter 18. Perform the necessary maintenance work time-/operating time-based according to Chapter 15. If nevertheless any malfunctions occur. KG | Installation and Operating Manual Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley 13 Operation DANGER! Please observe. 2014-02 / Rev. Subject to modification due to technical development.

are identified without the use of access equipment or tools. Detailed inspection: An inspection in which. KG | Installation and Operating Manual 14 Maintenance.. performed without disassembly or. the drive motor and the driven machine have stopped running and a start-up is absolutely impossible. 4. in addition to the areas covered by the visual inspection. a housing does not usually need to be opened or the power to the equipment be cut off. Possible consequences of improper servicing and maintenance could be death. that can only be detected by opening housings and/or using tools and test equipment (if required) are identified. Printed in Germany. by only partial disassembly. Please always keep access paths free to the turbo coupling! Skilled persons only are allowed to carry out maintenance and repair work! Switch off the unit in which the coupling is installed and secure the switch against inadvertent switch-on. The intervals are specified by the operator according to the environmental impact to which the equipment is exposed on the jobsite. 2014-02 / Rev. defects such as loose connections. e. mobile stair steps (if required) and tools are identified. in case of a dust accumulation of approx. if necessary. – Components may only be replaced by original spare parts. 0. defects such as loose bolts. . e. serious or minor injuries. Servicing Definition of terms according to IEC 60079: Maintenance and Repair: A combination of all activities conducted in order to maintain an item in a condition or to re-store it to a condition that meets the requirements of the respective specification and ensures performance of the required functions.g. Re-mount all protective covers and safety devices immediately after completion of the servicing and maintenance work. damage to property and harm to the environment. trained and authorized personnel or persons trained by Voith Turbo. 0. supplemented by measures such as the taking of measurements. For all work performed on the turbo coupling ensure that both. persons may fall and be seriously injured. – Maintenance/repair measures may only be carried out by skilled. – After the maintenance and/or repair. and check their function! 52 Installation and Operating Manual. Visual inspection: A visual inspection is an inspection in which visible defects.5 mm.2 . DANGER! Please observe. in addition to the areas covered by the close-up inspection. 3626-011200 en. Close-up inspection: An inspection in which. such as missing screws or bolts.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. Subject to modification due to technical development. – Regularly clean equipment used in potentially explosive atmospheres.. all barriers and notices which have been removed have to be returned to their original positions. For close-up inspections. Chapter 4 (Safety) when working on the turbo coupling! On account of improper courses of action and insufficient access paths. in particular. that can only be detected by using access equipment. Inspection: An activity involving the thorough examination of an item in order to provide a reliable statement as to the condition of said item.g.

3 months after commissioning. For maintenance interval. re-tighten them with the specified torque. For maintenance interval. and if necessary. have shaft sealing rings. at the latest.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. EX-PROTECTION! For explosion-proof couplings. Subject to modification due to technical development. Table 14 53 . 4. BTS(ex). Have the cause determined and eliminated by skilled persons authorized by Voith. vibrations Check the operating conditions (Chapter 1).determine the remaining service life (see records.5 mm or more Cleaning ( Chapter 14. vibrations). sealing rings and flat seals replaced by skilled persons authorized by Voith. .3).3). see Chapter 1 Only for couplings of type TRI: Re-lubricate the bearings underneath the pulleys (please call for a Voith service engineer). Check the electrical system for sound condition if temperature monitoring is required in Chapter 1 (detailed inspection). every 3 months.1). In case of impurities Cleaning ( Chapter 14. On response of a fusible plug Replace all fusible plugs and change the operating fluid ( Chapter 14. 2014-02 / Rev.4).2. Printed in Germany. see Chapter 1 Replace the ball and roller bearings ( Chapter 14. then every year Check the foundation bolts of the machine. the following maintenance work needs to be carried out in addition: Maintenance intervals Maintenance work In case of impurities or a dust layer thickness of 0.1). see Chapter 15.2 to 0. BTM). Check the devices provided for temperature monitoring (see Chapter 19: MTS.3) Table 13 Carry out any maintenance work and routine inspections according to the report. at the latest Inspect the machine for irregularities (visual inspection: for leaks. Installation and Operating Manual. On the occasion of an overhaul. It is the customer's own responsibility to define maintenance intervals according to the environmental influences prevailing on the jobsite. noise. Record the maintenance work carried out (for report forms. If mineral oil is used as operating fluid: Every 15000 operating hours In case of leaks In case of noise. Upon the system and belt manufacturer's request Check the belt drive ( Chapter 14.Change the operating fluid or check it for aging and . Chapter 15)! Consult the operating fluid supplier with regard to the permissible values (see Chapters 10 and 11). 3626-011200 en. KG | Installation and Operating Manual Maintenance schedule: Time Maintenance work Routine inspection every 500 operating hours.

– Immediately remove any combustible layers of dust on the turbo couplings. – If a fusible plug has responded.2.2 Bearings 14. at least one standstill within three months is required. as and when required. Printed in Germany. 14. 487. 54 Installation and Operating Manual.1 Outside cleaning ATTENTION! – Please ensure that the cleaning agent is compatible with the sealing materials used. 14. Note! – Couplings of all sizes can be provided with special bearings that allow continuous operation and contain a lifetime grease filling. Please observe the following in order to guarantee lubrication of the bearings: .  Clean the coupling with a grease solvent. there is the risk of fire and explosion! – To ensure a good ventilation of the coupling.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. 2014-02 / Rev. it is vital to check and clean the protective cover in regular intervals. KG | Installation and Operating Manual EX-PROTECTION! – It is vital to carry out all maintenance work according to the schedule in order to guarantee a proper operation within the meaning of the explosionprotection. immediately cover or close the opening that occurred in order to prevent the ingress of combustible dust into the coupling. NBR and FPM/FKM! – Do not use high-pressure cleaning equipment! – Be careful with gaskets. – On account of the type of bearings used for the standard turbo couplings of sizes 154. 422. 3626-011200 en. If the machine is not cleaned in regular intervals. at least one standstill per week is required. 4.1 Bearing lubrication when mineral oil is used as operating fluid ATTENTION! – On account of the type of bearings used for standard turbo couplings of sizes 366. Subject to modification due to technical development. 206 and 274. Do not apply a water and compressed-air jet. 562 and 650.

– When water is used as operating fluid. 14. Subject to modification due to technical development. have the bearings replaced / re-lubricated by skilled persons authorized by Voith. page 4 Note! Unusually quickly worn belts may be a sign of improper alignment! 14. Printed in Germany. see cover sheet Installation and Operating Manual. Re-lubrication is not necessary.  Replace any worn belts in sets. KG | Installation and Operating Manual 14.3 Replacement of bearings / re-lubrication EX-PROTECTION! On the occasion of an overhaul of the turbo couplings.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. as well as the required version SSS or SSS-X (see Chapter 1)! – Do not replace any fusible plugs by blind screws! – Do not alter the arrangement of the fusible plugs.  For replacement of ball and roller bearings. 4. – When the nominal response temperature is reached. the solder core of the fusible plugs melts and the operating fluid leaks out.2.  For nominal response temperature of fusible plugs. 14. see Chapter 1. 3626-011200 en.2 Bearing lubrication when water is used as operating fluid The turbo coupling bearings are filled with lifetime grease when water is used as operating fluid. 2014-02 / Rev.4 Fusible plugs – The fusible plugs protect the turbo coupling against damage due to thermal overload. only fusible plugs with a max.2. – a color coding: Nominal response temperature Color coding 95 °C 110 °C 125 °C 140 °C 160 °C 180 °C without (tinned) yellow brown red green blue Operating fluid Oil Water X X X X X X X X Table 15 WARNING! – Use original fusible plugs only with the required nominal response temperature (see cover sheet). nominal response temperature of 110 °C are permitted! 55 .3 Belts  Check the pretension of the belts in regular intervals. Fusible plugs are identified by – the engraved nominal response temperature in °C.

and change the operating fluid. Page 28 14. replace all fusible plugs. Thermal monitoring systems are available at Voith Turbo as accessories. 1) . 3626-011200 en. blind screws and switching elements for inner wheel drive (outer wheel drive): Outer wheel (item 0300) Coupling size and type Fusible plug Item 0395 154 TR 154 DTR 206 TR / TRI 206 DTR/DTRI 274 TR 274 TRI 274 DTR/DTRI 366 TR / TRI 422 TRI 487 TRI 562 TRI 650 TRI 1 1) 2 1) 2 1) 1 1) 2 2 4 4 4 2 1) (1) (1) (-) (1) (-) (1) (1) (2) (4) (4) (4) (2) Shell (item 0190) Blind Blind screw MTS-/BTS-/ Fusible 3) screw BTM plug 4) switching Item 0394 2) Item 0260 element Item 0396 Item 0265 2 (-) (-) (-) (-) 2 (1) 1 (-) (-) (-) 1 (1) (-) 1 (1) (-) 2 (1) 1 (-) (-) (-) 1 (1) (-) 1 (1) (-) 2 (-) 1 (-) (-) (1) 2 (1) 1 (-) (-) (-) 3 (3) 1 (1) 1 (-) 2 (2) 3 (3) 1 (1) 1 (-) 2 (2) 3 (3) 1 (1) 1 (-) 2 (2) 3 (3) 1 (1) 1 (-) 2 (2) 3 (3) 1 (1) 1 (-) 3 (3) Sight glass Table 16 2) 3) 4) Radial arrangement The MTS. The blind screw opposite the BTM has to be replaced by the counterweight (the BTM is not approved for the use in potentially explosive atmospheres.2. Note! A thermal monitoring system can prevent that operating fluid is sprayed off (see Chapter 19. – Insert a weight-tolerated BTM blind screw opposite the BTM switching element to avoid unbalance. Subject to modification due to technical development. Position is marked by an arrow.4.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. Do not insert the BTM switching element opposite a sight glass.3). BTS or BTM switching element is inserted instead of a blind screw. 2014-02 / Rev. 4. page 70). 56 Installation and Operating Manual. Printed in Germany. Chapter 7.1 Arrangement of fusible plugs Number and position of fusible plugs. blind screw or fusible plug having a lighter weight!  For tightening torques. KG | Installation and Operating Manual ATTENTION! – There is a MTS and/or BTS switching element or a blind screw opposite the sight glass (position is marked by an arrow). see  After one fusible plug has responded. see Chapter 19.

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Use copies of the samples. Chapter 4 (Safety) when working on the turbo coupling! Document all assembly work performed in the assembly check report (Chapter 15. Document the commissioning process in the commissioning report (Chapter 15. if necessary. EX-PROTECTION! / ATTENTION! Document the maintenance performed on the turbo coupling in the maintenance report for the general maintenance (Chapter 15.1). 58 .3). 3626-011200 en. 2014-02 / Rev. Printed in Germany. Commissioning and Maintenance Report DANGER! Please observe. KG | Installation and Operating Manual 15 Assembly Check-. 4. in particular.2).Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. Subject to modification due to technical development. Installation and Operating Manual.

Chapter 7. Balancing method corresponds to DIN ISO 8821 and ISO 8821 Chapter 8. Input speed Rated power rpm kW Driven machine / gearbox Serial No.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. Chapter 8. if the coupling is driven by the shaft.1 Assembly check report Confirm the check or performance of the respective work by an “X“ and/or enter the required values. 2014-02 / Rev. KG | Installation and Operating Manual 15. Chapter 8. Assembly .2  Key moves easily in the keyway of the input hub / output hub Chapter 8. 4. Subject to modification due to technical development.2  Half-key convention Installation and Operating Manual. Printed in Germany.2  Tightening of fixing bolt (item 0050) with torque Torque. if the coupling is driven by belts. 59 .  Full-key convention Check of connection: bearing cover (item 0950) .pulley (item 0620). (Chapter 18): Coupling approved for potentially explosive atmospheres Operating fluid of turbo coupling Filling: Manufacturer: yes  / no  Motor Serial No. Voith turbo coupling Size / type (Chapter 18): Serial No.check step Explanations Completion notice / dimensions Check of fixing bolt length (item 0050) see order documents  Measure radial runout of the shaft Manufacturer’s specification Nominal: [mm] ACTUAL: [mm] Measure diameter of the pulleys Chapter 1 Nominal: [mm] ACTUAL: [mm] Diameter 1) of shaft Chapter 1 Nominal: [mm] ACTUAL: [mm] Check of back clearance of key (input / output side) Chapter 8. and application of lubricant.1  Check of alignment of pulleys Alignment tolerances comply with the specifications of the belt manufacturer. l Designation: Assembly works were carried out by/on: Name: Date: Signature: The following applies to the table below: The shaft is the input shaft.2. The shaft is the output shaft. Table 17 1) Dimensions of shaft and/or hub to be connected by means of the shaft-hub connection.4  Manufacturer's specifications  Cleaning of shaft and hub.2  Method applied: Check of shaft-hub connection. from Chapter 20. 3626-011200 en.

KG | Installation and Operating Manual Assembly . 2014-02 / Rev.2  Chapter 9. 19  Chapter 12  Equipotential bonding between input and output end Chapter 12  Filling in of operating fluid into coupling For horizontally installed couplings only: Determination of the number of screws "Z" for filling For vertically installed coupling only: Fill level check device has been used. Installation and Operating Manual. 19  Chapters 1. 3626-011200 en.1 Z= Chapter 11.1. Fill level has been marked on the coupling. Check of alignment of turbo coupling Chapter 11  Chapter 11. Enter only those values that change the above-ascertained alignment values. Table 18 60 .1  Radial running of motor shaft is OK screws  Displacements during operation (are to be indicated by the machine manufacturer): Observe displacements resulting from an increase in temperature or from mechanical movements.check step Explanations Completion notice / dimensions Tightening of foundation bolts Mounting of coupling Tightening of bolts (item 0960) MTS / BTS / BTM (if required) Check of installation position according to operating manual MTS / BTS / BTM (if required) Check of electrical functioning Mounting of guard according to recommendation Chapter 9. 4. Printed in Germany.1.3  Chapters 1.2  Chapter 7.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. Subject to modification due to technical development.

Observance of the system and belt manufacturer's instructions. . screws Chapter 11.g. Voith turbo coupling Size / type (Chapter 18): Serial No.2 Commissioning report Confirm the check or performance of the work by an “X“ or enter the respective values.check step Installation and Operating Manual. 2014-02 / Rev. Chapter 15. brake or backstop). see Chapter 12). of next standstill of coupling for maintenance services. Chapter 8. . hrs.2  / Z= . . oil did not leak out Machine operation is normal Noises are normal     Checks after switching off the drive motor: Coupling is tight Check of floor and environment for oil moistening. 3626-011200 en. . Determ.1  Chapter 1    Checks during the test run: Motor run-up is normal Coupling is tight Check of floor and environment for oil moistening. if necessary.5. Name: Date: yes  / no  Signature: Explanations Completion notice Commissioning . oil did not leak out  1) Check of switch units for temperature monitoring . Applies only to installations where overspeed is possible: Provide the unit with a device that reliably prevents overspeeds (e. Fill level was compared with the previously made fill level marking. if applicable Performance of visual inspection Removal of dust deposits Check of electrical system 1) 1) 1) 1)    Table 19 See separate operating manual / Chapter 19 61 . KG | Installation and Operating Manual 15.1 Applies only to couplings that are used in potentially explosive atmospheres: Check according to the marking whether the coupling is approved for the use in potentially explosive atmospheres.2  Chapter 11.5. For horizontally installed couplings only: Check of filling level . and readjustment.1  Chapter 4. Printed in Germany. Check of the belt tension. Fixing of a protective cover over the turbo coupling (for design.2. (Chapter 18): Coupling approved for potentially explosive atmospheres: Commissioning was carried out after Oper.determination of number of screws “Z“ for filling For vertically installed couplings only: Fill level check device has been used. . Check whether the machine was earthed with a grounding cable (16mm²). . 4. mm Chapter 12    Chapter 12 Chapter 8. Subject to modification due to technical development. Checks prior to switching on the drive motor: Execution of assembly check steps Filled in assembly check report. .Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. Applies only when a BTS-Ex is used as temperature monitoring system: Securing that the maximum permissible turbo coupling temperature is not exceeded when switching on the motor! Check of foundation bolts Chapter 15.2  / Difference= .

3 Maintenance report for general maintenance Confirm the check or performance of the work by an "X" and/or enter the respective values.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co.Performance of visual inspection 1) .Machine operation is normal . Chapter 14. . . every 3 months at the latest) . .2.Noises are normal .Check of electrical system 1) (after 3 months. Subject to modification due to technical development. hours   Chapter 14.check step Check for irregularities (every 500 h. if applicable (every 3 months) 1) .Check of foundation bolts Explanations Completion notice  Chapter 12     1) Check of switch units for temperature monitoring .3 Ask for a Voith  service engineer.Replacement of ball and roller bearings . (Chapter 18): Coupling approved for potentially explosive atmospheres: Name: Date: yes  / no  Signature: Maintenance . hrs.Removal of dust deposits . 3626-011200 en. Operating fluid (every 15000 h) .Coupling is tight Check of floor and environment for oil moistening.Check of protective cover . Printed in Germany. . .Cleaning performed Chapter 11    / . oil did not leak out .Check of operating fluid . KG | Installation and Operating Manual 15. . Voith turbo coupling Size / type (Chapter 18): Serial No. then every year) Ball and roller bearings (for the intervals.Re-lubrication of bearings underneath the pulley Cleaning of coupling (after every contamination) . .Determination of remaining operating time . The maintenance work was performed after Oper. 4.1  Table 20 1) 62 See separate operating manual / Chapter 19 Installation and Operating Manual. 2014-02 / Rev. see Chapter 1) .Change of operating fluid   .

switch off the main switch of the drive motor and secure it against being switched on! For all work performed on the turbo coupling ensure that both. Check the lifting appliances and load carrying attachments for – sufficient carrying capacity (for weight. see Chapter 5. Printed in Germany. Do not walk under suspended loads!  Fix the coupling to a suitable lifting appliance. with the consequence of serious or even fatal injuries! Installation and Operating Manual. 2014-02 / Rev. Subject to modification due to technical development. observe the turbo coupling weight! Note! The weight of the turbo coupling is indicated on the cover sheet.Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. 3626-011200 en.4 63 . if it exceeds 100 kg.1 Preparation  Remove the belts. 4. Chapter 4 (Safety) when working on the turbo coupling! Unauthorized or unintentional switching on of the machine could result in death or serious injury! Before beginning to work on the turbo coupling. 16. WARNING! Damaged load carrying attachments or those with insufficient carrying capacity may break under load. see cover sheet). in particular. KG | Installation and Operating Manual Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley 16 Coupling Disassembly DANGER! Please observe.  For lifting appliances. The weight is also stamped with figure stamps on the outer diameter of the coupling flange. the drive motor and the driven machine have stopped running and a start-up is absolutely impossible. – sound condition.  Prepare suitable tools and lifting appliances.

 Remove the coupling by inserting a suitable and slightly oiled screw into the internal thread of the holding disk. supplied with the removal device.  Remove the coupling using the puller spindle. into the coupling hub. )  Remove the fixing bolt and holding disk. ) Table 21 ) * 64 For threaded ring. supplied together with the removal device.  Put the threaded ring * . 27 Coupling sizes 366 to 650:  Remove the circlip.  Secure the threaded ring using the circlip.  Apply lubricant to the thread of the puller spindle. Installation and Operating Manual. – For holding the motor shaft. Coupling size 274: . Subject to modification due to technical development. we recommend using the spanner wrench (see Fig. KG | Installation and Operating Manual 16.2 Removal Note! – For removing the turbo coupling.  Screw the puller spindle into the internal thread of the threaded ring. 2014-02 / Rev. 24) that is available as special accessory from Voith Turbo for couplings from size 274.  For removal devices. page 65 Spanner wrench Puller spindle Substructure Fig. Coupling sizes 154 and 206:  Remove the fixing bolt.  Support the puller spindle by a substructure.3. into the coupling hub. see item G in Chapter 16.3.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. Printed in Germany. we recommend using the mounting and removal devices that can be procured as accessory from Voith Turbo for couplings from size 274.: see Chapter 16. 4.  Screw the threaded ring * . fixing bolt and holding disk. 3626-011200 en.

10657260 for hub bore > Ø26 520 G1 46 TCR. 4. of puller spindle Hub bore in mm G½ 34 TCR.11071830 Table 22 65 .26 G¾ 36 TCR. Subject to modification due to technical development. Printed in Germany.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co.11947150 for hub bore Ø22 . KG | Installation and Operating Manual 16. 2014-02 / Rev.3 Removal devices Removal devices available at Voith Turbo for turbo couplings of basic type TR(I): C G A Q SW L Fig. 28 A: C: G: Puller spindle Coupling hub Threaded ring Coupling sizes 274 366 L: Total length Q: Dimension of thread of puller spindle SW: Width across flats Q in inches SW in mm Article No.11071760 422 TCR. 650 G 1½ 60 TCR.11071730 700 G 1¼ 55 L in mm 360 TCR. 3626-011200 en.11071800 562 910 Installation and Operating Manual.11071790 487 TCR.

Coupling is not filled with the Check and correct the filling correct quantity of operating level. Have the drive motor checked by authorized personnel. check. if necessary. fluid.  Chapter 14. Driven machine is blocked or overloaded. Drive motor does not reach normal operation within the expected time.  Chapter 11. page 43 ff. Chapter 4 (Safety) when working on the turbo coupling! The following table is intended to help finding the cause of malfunctions or problems quickly and to take remedial action. page 43 ff. please consult 1) Voith Turbo . Eliminate the leak. Consult Voith Turbo . Clarify the cause for the overload. 3626-011200 en. Subject to modification due to technical development. The coupling is leaking.4. if necessary. page 55 Installation and Operating Manual. Operating fluid leaks out of the coupling.  Observe the belt manufacturer's instructions Changeover from star to delta too late.. KG | Installation and Operating Manual 17 Troubleshooting DANGER! Please observe. Eliminate blocking or the cause of overload. tightening torques and seal rings of fusible and filler plugs as well as sight glasses and. If the leak cannot be eliminated. fluid. Malfunction Possible cause(s) Starting behavior of driven machine is not as expected.5s at the latest. 2014-02 / Rev. Changeover from star to delta should be made after 2. 1) The operating conditions have changed. 4. Printed in Germany. Replace all fusible plugs and change the operating fluid. Driven machine does not reach the specified speed. The belts are damaged or the belt tension is incorrect. Replace the belts in sets and/or apply the correct tension to the belts.. in particular. Drive motor is electrically or mechanically not in order. Remedy . check the switching element of the thermal switch unit. A fusible plug responded due to overload (excess temperature). Table 23 66  Chapter 11.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. Coupling is not filled with the Check and correct the filling correct quantity of operating level. in particular.

2. 67 . KG | Installation and Operating Manual Malfunction Possible cause(s) Remedy An existing thermal monitoring unit (MTS. page 70 Retighten the foundation fixing. Check the alignment of the machine. Subject to modification due to technical development. Clarify the cause and eliminate the unbalance.  Chapter 19. 3626-011200 en. if necessary. and avoid another overload. Uneven running of the machine.2. 2014-02 / Rev. Clarify the cause for the overload. Loose screw connections Check the coupling components for damages. Printed in Germany. The coupling was overloaded. Align the machine.  Chapter 11. Tighten the screws and bolts with the specified tightening torque. The belts are damaged and/or the belt tension is incorrect. Check and correct the filling level. The machine is not aligned. page 69. 1) if a malfunction occurs which is not included in this Table 23 1) see Chapter 18. Eliminate the bearing damage 1) consult Voith Turbo in case of a bearing damage on the turbo coupling. and replace the same. (Increased vibration) page 70 page 46  Chapter 19. Machine is not balanced. Replace the belts in sets and/or apply the correct tension to the belts. Please consult Voith Turbo table. Thermal monitoring unit Check the monitoring unit. (MTS. Installation and Operating Manual. BTS or BTM) has responded.  Chapter 9. Foundation fixing is loose. 4. page 38  Observe the belt manufacturer's instructions Bearings are damaged. BTS or BTM) is defective.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. Align the machine.

Re-align the machine. Re-align the machine. for damages. 1) Consult Voith Turbo . Install the new coupling. Impermissible temperatures Eliminate the cause for excessive temperature. Re-align the machine. Replace all belts. 4. Printed in Germany. Contact with aggressive Check the coupling components media. Please consult Voith Turbo table. Check the belts for wear. Subject to modification due to technical development. 1) if a malfunction occurs which is not included in this Table 24 see Chapter 18. if necessary. 3626-011200 en. Wear / fracture of pulleys / screws (item 0630) / bearing cover (item 0950) / bearing (item 0140) Belt drive is worn / coupling parts are worn Replace damaged coupling components. Eliminate the cause for contact with aggressive media. Replace all belts. page 46 Check the filling level. Excessive torque Eliminate the cause for excessive torque.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. Re-align the machine. 1) 68 . if necessary. and replace the same. 2014-02 / Rev.  Chapter 11. if necessary. KG | Installation and Operating Manual Malfunction Possible cause(s) Remedy Premature wear of the belt drive Alignment error Eliminate the cause for alignment error. Re-align the machine. Installation and Operating Manual. Shorten maintenance intervals Excessive torque Check the coupling design. page 69.2.

we need. you will find the Ex marking on the coupling periphery (B).  For couplings intended for the use in po- tentially explosive atmospheres. a commissioning or a service. Subject to modification due to technical development.. 2014-02 / Rev. in addition. KG | Installation and Operating Manual Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley 18 Queries. – details of the malfunction/problem occurred. …the serial number and type designation of the turbo coupling. 3626-011200 en.  The serial number is stamped in with figure stamps. please contact our local Voith representative (outside business hours: the emergency hotline). we need. – the address of a contact person. see Chapter 21 69 .  For representatives. – the turbo coupling installation site. Printed in Germany. Installation and Operating Manual. Fig.. in addition. 29 When placing an order for a service engineer. When placing a spare parts order.Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. – the destination for the spare parts shipment. Orders placed for Service Engineers and Spare Parts In case of – queries – orders placed for service engineers – spare parts orders – Commissioning we need . 4. A B  You will find the serial number and type designation either on the outer wheel / shell (A) or on the coupling periphery (B). In this respect.

may trip an alarm or switch off the drive motor. The pin activates a switch on coupling rotation. Switch ATTENTION! In case of inner wheel drive and blocking of driven machine. Switching element . 3626-011200 en. For arrangement. 30 The MTS is available for turbo couplings of all sizes.  Operating manual 3626-011800 is available for the MTS (see web page). the function is no longer guaranteed! Fig. 4. The signals serve for pre-warning. KG | Installation and Operating Manual 19 Temperature monitoring EX-PROTECTION! The thermal switch units MTS and BTS can be used in potentially explosive atmospheres to monitor the temperature. Subject to modification due to technical development. II 2D IP65 T 80˚C (PTB 03 ATEX 1067 X). The switch is available in two designs: – enclosed [protection IP 65].1. Printed in Germany. please see the table in Chapter 14. Also in this case. The switching element needs to be replaced. and it can be used as thermal switch-off device. The BTS-Ex is available as safety device to limit the maximum surface temperature. The MTS or BTS do not limit the maximum surface temperature. Never bypass safety devices! DANGER! Electric voltages may kill or severely injure you! A qualified electrician has to properly carry out the connection to the electric supply network considering the system voltage and the maximum power consumption! The system voltage has to be in conformity with the system voltage indicated on the nameplate! There has to be a corresponding electrical protection by a fuse on the network side! 19. – suitable for use in potentially explosive atmospheres type of protection: II 2G EEx d IIC T6 (PTB 03 ATEX 1067 X). 2014-02 / Rev.1 MTS mechanical thermal switch unit for pre-warning Functioning: On excess temperature. the switching element releases a pin. for example. This signal. 70 Installation and Operating Manual.4. it is not allowed to replace the existing fusible plugs by fusible plugs with different nominal response temperatures or by blind screws.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co.

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19.2 BTS non-contacting thermal switch unit

19.2.1

BTS non-contacting thermal switch unit for pre-warning
Functioning:
On excess temperature, the switching element gives a specific signal to the initiator.
This signal is transferred to an evaluator and
may, for example,
- trigger an alarm
- or switch off the drive motor.

 Operating Manual
3626-011500 is
available for the
BTS
(see web page).

After the coupling has cooled down, the
switching element is again ready for service; it
does not have to be replaced.

Initiator

Switching element
Fig. 31

The BTS is provided for turbo couplings from size 206.
For arrangement, please see the table in Chapter 14.4.1.
Switching element and initiator are
– cast in plastic,
– insensitive to dirt,
– suitable for use in potentially explosive atmospheres
type of protection:
II 2G EEx ia IIC T6
(PTB 00 ATEX 2048 X).
II 1D Ex iaD 20 T...˚C (ZELM 03 ATEX 0128 X).

EX-PROTECTION!
As the control circuit of the evaluator is not intrinsically safe, provide an appropriate isolating switch amplifier between evaluator and initiator!

Isolating switch amplifier type KFD2-SOT2-Ex2 (24 V DC)
– type of protection:

II (1) GD [EEx ia] IIC (PTB 00 ATEX 2035).

Isolating switch amplifier type KFA6-SOT2-Ex2 (230 V AC)
II (1) G [EEx ia] IIC (PTB 98 ATEX 2164).

Installation and Operating Manual, 3626-011200 en.
2014-02 / Rev. 4. Printed in Germany.
Subject to modification due to technical development.

– type of protection:

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19.2.2

BTS-Ex non-contacting thermal switch unit for limiting the maximum
surface temperature

Functioning:
On excess temperature, the switching element gives a specific signal to the initiator.
This signal is sent to an isolating switch
amplifier and has to enforce the switch-off of
the drive motor.
Use a BTS-Ex approved by Voith for this application.
After the coupling has cooled down, the
switching element is again ready for service; it
does not have to be replaced.

EXPROTECTION!
 Observe the
separate
Operating Manual
3626-019600 of
BTS-Ex!

Initiator

(See web page).
Switching element
Fig. 32

The BTS-Ex is provided for turbo couplings from size 366.
For arrangement, please see the table in Chapter 14.4.1.
The BTS-Ex is provided for use in potentially explosive atmospheres as per Directive
RL 94/9/EC in Equipment Group II, Equipment Category 2G and 2D (
II 2GD).

EX-PROTECTION!
The BTS-Ex for limiting the maximum surface temperature is approved only in
connection with the components supplied by Voith according to BTS-Ex
operating manual.
Use of original Voith spare parts is imperative in case of a replacement demand.
The evaluator serves to transmit control commands from potentially explosive
atmospheres into non-explosive areas and to safely isolate intrinsically safe and
non-intrinsically safe circuits.
Make sure not to exceed the maximum permissible temperature of the turbo
coupling when switching on the motor.

Installation and Operating Manual, 3626-011200 en.
2014-02 / Rev. 4. Printed in Germany.
Subject to modification due to technical development.

 For technical
data, see
Chapter 1,
page 4

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19.3 BTS non-contacting thermal measuring unit for pre-warning

Functioning:
The temperature sensor permanently
transmits a measuring signal to the antenna. This signal is sent to an evaluator with 4 channels.
The measured temperatures of every
channel are indicated on the evaluator.
In addition, the measured temperatures are output as 4-20 mA signals.

BTM blind
screw

 Operating Manual
3626-019800 is
available for the
BTM
(see web page).

Furthermore, two relay outputs are
available per measuring channel with
switching thresholds (e.g. pre-warning,
switch-off) adjustable via the keyboard
on the evaluator.

Antenna

Temperature sensor
Fig. 33

The BTM is provided for turbo couplings from size 366.

For arrangement, please see the table in Chapter 14.4.1.

Installation and Operating Manual, 3626-011200 en.
2014-02 / Rev. 4. Printed in Germany.
Subject to modification due to technical development.

DANGER!
The BTM is not provided for use in potentially explosive areas as per Directive
94/9/EC.

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Subject to modification due to technical development.  Work according to the maintenance report (Chapter 13.3). DANGER! Unauthorized changes or retrofits are not allowed to be performed on the coupling! Do not retrofit accessories or equipment originating from other manufacturers! Any changes or conversions performed without the prior written consent of Voith Turbo will result in the loss of any warranty! . please find in the following only the basic designs of the turbo couplings with constant fill and pulley. Orders placed for Service Engineers and Spare Parts). Installation and/or use of non-original spare parts may negatively change the mechanical properties of the Voith Turbo coupling and thus have an adverse impact on the safety. Printed in Germany. in particular.2 (type designation) and 18 (Queries. Chapter 4 (Safety) when working on the turbo coupling! ATTENTION! Professional maintenance or repair can only be guaranteed by the manufacturer! 74 Installation and Operating Manual. KG | Installation and Operating Manual 20 Spare parts information Considering the great variety. 3626-011200 en. Notes! – Spare parts: Spare parts must comply with the requirements specified by Voith.  Changing of operating fluid (Chapter 9)  Mounting of parts for which tightening torques are indicated (Chapter 7). the use of original parts that have been released for use in hazardous areas is allowed only.4). All remaining work may be performed by Voith staff only. – The customer is only allowed to perform the following work:  Replacement of fusible plugs (items 0395 / 0260) (Chapter 12. Please observe. This is guaranteed when original spare parts are used. 4.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. 2014-02 / Rev. Voith is not liable for any damages resulting from the use of non-original spare parts. – Please observe Chapters 6. – You will find the type of your turbo coupling and the pulley design on the cover sheet of this operating manual. EX-PROTECTION! If the coupling is used in potentially explosive atmospheres (as per Directive 94/9/EC).

please see the table in Chapter 14. KG | Installation and Operating Manual 20. Printed in Germany. Installation and Operating Manual. Description 0040 Coupling hub 0050 Fixing bolt 0130 Grooved ball bearing 0060 Lock washer 0140 Grooved ball bearing 0080 Holding disk 0070 Circlip 0160 Radial shaft sealing ring 0090 Inner wheel 0390 Filler plug 0170 Radial shaft sealing ring 0190 Shell 0395 Fusible plug 0300 Outer wheel 0545 Flat seal 0620 Pulley 0650 Tolerance ring 75 . 34 1) For arrangement and quantity. Description Wearing parts Item No.4.1 Spare parts for type 154 TR 0300 0190 0390 0620 0130 0170 0160 0070 0050 0040 0060 0140 0080 0650 0090 0395 1) 0545 Fig. Description Main coupling parts Item No.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. Subject to modification due to technical development. Screws and standard parts Item No. 4. 3626-011200 en. 2014-02 / Rev.

Description Item No. Description 76 Main coupling parts Item No.2 Spare parts for types 206 .Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. Screws and standard parts Wearing parts Item No. Printed in Germany. see the table in Chapter 14.274 TR 0300 0390 0190 0620 0230 0630 0040 0080 0060 0050 0070 0170 0160 0130 0140 0090 0545 1) 0260 0960 0394 1) Fig. 35 For arrangement and quantity. Description 0050 Fixing bolt 0130 Grooved ball bearing 0040 Coupling hub 0060 Lock washer 0140 Grooved ball bearing 0080 Holding disk 0070 Circlip 0160 Radial shaft sealing ring 0090 Inner wheel 0230 Filler plug 0170 Radial shaft sealing ring 0190 Shell 0390 Filler plug 0260 Fusible plug 0300 Outer wheel 0394 Blind screw 0545 Flat seal 0620 Pulley 0630 Screw 0960 Screw Installation and Operating Manual. 4. 2014-02 / Rev.4. 3626-011200 en. KG | Installation and Operating Manual 20. 1) . Subject to modification due to technical development.

Item No. 3626-011200 en. 36 1) Installation and Operating Manual.3 Spare parts for types 366 TR / TVR / TVVR 0265 0190 1) 0390 0300 0140 0990 0620 0320 Upper part: Without delay chamber 0130 0830 0820 0170 0060 0050 0080 0040 0510 0160 0820 0860 0800 0410 2) 0175 2) 0165 0960 Lower part: With delay chamber 0994 0394 1) 0395 0396 0100 0090 0265 0545 Fig. Subject to modification due to technical development. 2) For arrangement and quantity.4. please see the table in Chapter 14. KG | Installation and Operating Manual 20.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. 2014-02 / Rev. 4. Screws and standard parts Item Description No. Item Description No. Printed in Germany. Only for continuous operation or operating fluid 'water' (TW…). Description 0050 Fixing bolt 0130 Grooved ball bearing 0040 Coupling hub 0060 Locking plate 0140 Grooved ball bearing 0080 Holding disk 0265 Blind screw 0160 Radial shaft sealing ring 0090 Inner wheel 0390 Filler plug 0165 Radial shaft sealing ring 0100 Riveting ring 0394 Blind screw 0170 Radial shaft sealing ring 0190 Shell 0396 Sight glass 0175 Radial shaft sealing ring 0300 Outer wheel 0960 Screw 0320 Tolerance ring 0410 Delay chamber 0395 Fusible plug 0620 Pulley 0510 O-ring 0800 Bearing support cover 0545 Flat seal 0830 Bearing retaining ring 0820 O-ring 0990 Connecting cover Wearing parts Main coupling parts 0860 O-ring 0994 Flat seal 77 .

Description 0050 Fixing bolt 0135 Needle bearing 0040 Coupling hub 0060 Lock washer 0140 Grooved ball bearing 0080 Holding disk 0070 Circlip 0160 Radial shaft sealing ring 0090 Inner wheel 0150 Circlip 0170 Radial shaft sealing ring 0190 Shell 0230 Filler plug 0260 Fusible plug 0300 Outer wheel 0390 Filler plug 0545 Flat seal 0620 Pulley 0394 Blind screw 0610 Radial shaft sealing ring 0950 Bearing cover 0630 Screw Installation and Operating Manual. Description Item No. 1) . 37 For arrangement and quantity. KG | Installation and Operating Manual 20. 2014-02 / Rev. Screws and standard parts Wearing parts Item No.4. 4. 3626-011200 en. Description 78 Main coupling parts Item No.4 Spare parts for type 206 TRI 0390 0190 0300 0950 0230 0620 Upper part: With bearing cover 0135 0090 0630 0160 0610 0040 0150 0070 0060 0050 0170 0080 Lower part: Without bearing cover 0140 0545 0260 0394 1) 1) Fig. Subject to modification due to technical development. Printed in Germany. please see the table in Chapter 14.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co.

38 Installation and Operating Manual.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co.4. 0050 Fixing bolt 0130 Grooved ball bearing 0040 Coupling hub 0060 Lock washer 0140 Needle bearing 0080 Holding disk 0070 Circlip 0160 Radial shaft sealing ring 0090 Inner wheel 0150 Snap ring 0170 Radial shaft sealing ring 0190 Shell 0155 Snap ring 0395 Fusible plug 0300 Outer wheel 0180 Circlip 0510 O-ring 0410 Delay chamber 0185 Circlip 0545 Flat seal 0620 Pulley 0230 Filler plug 0610 Radial shaft sealing ring 0950 Bearing cover 0265 Blind screw 0900 Radial shaft sealing ring 0390 Filler plug 0994 Flat seal (only for TVRI) Wearing parts Main coupling parts 0630 Screw 79 . please see the table in Chapter 14. Printed in Germany. Screws and standard parts Item Description No. 1) For arrangement and quantity.5 Spare parts for types 274 TRI / TVRI – Design with bearing cover: 0190 0230 0390 0950 0300 0620 0185 0155 0180 0150 0040 Upper part: Without delay chamber 0080 0060 0050 0610 0070 0170 0510 0630 0130 0900 0090 0994 0410 0140 0160 0545 0265 0395 Lower part: With delay chamber 1) 1) Fig. Item Description No. Subject to modification due to technical development. 2014-02 / Rev. 4. KG | Installation and Operating Manual 20. Item Description No. 3626-011200 en.

Subject to modification due to technical development. 2014-02 / Rev. 4. Item Description No. 39 80 For arrangement and quantity. Printed in Germany. 1) .Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. Item Description No. 3626-011200 en. please see the table in Chapter 14.4. 0050 Fixing bolt 0130 Grooved ball bearing 0040 Coupling hub 0060 Lock washer 0140 Needle bearing 0080 Holding disk 0070 Circlip 0160 Radial shaft sealing ring 0090 Inner wheel 0150 Snap ring 0170 Radial shaft sealing ring 0190 Shell 0155 Snap ring 0395 Fusible plug 0300 Outer wheel 0180 Circlip 0510 O-ring 0410 Delay chamber 0185 Circlip 0545 Flat seal 0620 Pulley 0230 Filler plug 0610 Radial shaft sealing ring 0265 Blind screw 0900 Radial shaft sealing ring 0390 Filler plug 0994 Flat seal (only for TVRI) Wearing parts Main coupling parts Installation and Operating Manual. Screws and standard parts Item Description No. KG | Installation and Operating Manual – Design without bearing cover: 0190 0230 0390 0300 Upper part: Without delay chamber 0620 0185 0155 0180 0150 0040 0080 0060 0050 0070 0170 0510 0140 0610 Lower part: With delay chamber 0130 0900 0090 0994 0410 0160 0545 0395 0265 1) 1) Fig.

Installation and Operating Manual. 3626-011200 en. Screws and standard parts Item Description No. Subject to modification due to technical development. Wearing parts Item No.650 TRI 1) 0394 1) 0396 0265 1) 0390 0190 0090 0950 0100 Upper part: With bearing cover 0990 0620 0820 0630 0180 0060 0900 0050 0080 0150 0040 0610 0170 0130 0320 0140 0155 Lower part: Without bearing cover 0300 0994 0165 0175 0545 2) 0395 1) Fig. 0050 Fixing bolt 0130 Grooved ball bearing 0040 Coupling hub 0060 Locking plate 0140 Needle bearing 0080 Holding disk 0150 Snap ring 0165 Radial shaft sealing ring 0090 Inner wheel 0155 Snap ring 0170 Radial shaft sealing ring 0100 Riveting/clamping ring 0180 Circlip 0175 Radial shaft sealing ring 0190 Shell 0265 Blind screw 0320 Tolerance ring 0300 Outer wheel 0390 Filler plug 0395 Fusible plug 0620 Pulley 0394 Blind screw 0545 Flat seal 0950 Bearing cover 0396 Sight glass 0610 Radial shaft sealing ring 0990 Connecting cover 0630 Screw 0820 O-ring 0900 Radial shaft sealing ring 0994 Flat seal 81 . Description Main coupling parts Item Description No. Only for continuous operation or operating fluid 'water' (TW…). 4. Printed in Germany.4. KG | Installation and Operating Manual 20. 2014-02 / Rev.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. please see the table in Chapter 14. 40 1) 2) For arrangement and quantity.6 Spare parts for types 366 .

4. Description Item No. 0050 Fixing bolt 0130 Grooved ball bearing 0040 Coupling hub 0060 Locking plate 0140 Needle bearing 0080 Holding disk 0150 Snap ring 0165 Radial shaft sealing ring 0090 Inner wheel 0155 Snap ring 0170 Radial shaft sealing ring 0100 Riveting/clamping ring 0180 Circlip 0175 Radial shaft sealing ring 0190 Shell 0265 Blind screw 0395 Fusible plug 0300 Outer wheel 0390 Filler plug 0320 Tolerance ring 0410 Delay chamber 0394 Blind screw 0510 O-ring 0620 Pulley 0396 Sight glass 0545 Flat seal 0800 Bearing support cover 0630 Screw 0610 Radial shaft sealing ring 0950 Bearing cover 0820 O-ring 0900 Radial shaft sealing ring 0994 Flat seal Wearing parts Main coupling parts Description Installation and Operating Manual.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. 2014-02 / Rev. 1) . 41 2) 82 For arrangement and quantity. 3626-011200 en. 4. Item No.650 TVRI / TVVRI 1) 0394 1) 0396 0265 1) 0390 0090 0190 0100 0950 Upper part: With bearing cover 0410 0800 0820 2) 0510 0180 0060 0050 0620 0630 0900 0150 0080 0610 0040 0170 Lower part: Without bearing cover 0140 0130 0155 0320 0300 0994 0545 1) 0395 0165 0175 2) Fig. Printed in Germany. Only for continuous operation or operating fluid 'water' (TW…). Screws and standard parts Item Description No. Subject to modification due to technical development.7 Spare parts for types 366 . KG | Installation and Operating Manual 20. please see the table in Chapter 14.

see the table in Chapter 14. Screws and standard parts Item Description No. 2014-02 / Rev. 3626-011200 en. Only for continuous operation or operating fluid 'water' (TW…). Item Description No. Subject to modification due to technical development. KG | Installation and Operating Manual 20.650 TVVSRI 1) 0394 1) 0396 0265 0390 0090 1) 0190 0100 0950 0410 Upper part: With bearing cover 0800 0620 0820 0630 0150 0510 0180 0060 0050 0080 0610 0040 0140 0170 0130 0320 0900 0155 Lower part: Without bearing cover 0300 0165 0175 2) 0994 0545 2) 0395 1) Fig.4.8 Spare parts for types 422 . 4. 42 1) Installation and Operating Manual.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. 0050 Fixing bolt 0130 Grooved ball bearing 0040 Coupling hub 0060 Locking plate 0140 Needle bearing 0080 Holding disk 0150 Snap ring 0165 Radial shaft sealing ring 0090 Inner wheel 0155 Snap ring 0170 Radial shaft sealing ring 0100 Riveting/clamping ring 0180 Circlip 0175 Radial shaft sealing ring 0190 Shell 0265 Blind screw 0395 Fusible plug 0300 Outer wheel 0390 Filler plug 0320 Tolerance ring 0410 Delay chamber 0394 Blind screw 0510 O-ring 0620 Pulley 0396 Sight glass 0545 Flat seal 0800 Bearing support cover 0630 Screw 0610 Radial shaft sealing ring 0950 Bearing cover Wearing parts Main coupling parts 0820 O-ring 0900 Radial shaft sealing ring 0994 Flat seal 83 . Item Description No. 2) For arrangement and quantity. Printed in Germany.

Item No. 4.4. Screws and standard parts Item Description No. 2014-02 / Rev.9 Spare parts for types 154-274 DTR and 274 DTVR 0305 0390 0390 0300 0100 0130 0630 0170 0040 0080 0060 274 DTVR │ 154/206/274 DTR 0620 0050 0070 0510 0170 0130 0410 0090 0090 0994 0960 0394 0545 0395 1) 1) Fig. KG | Installation and Operating Manual 20. 3626-011200 en. Printed in Germany. 1) . 0050 Fixing bolt 0130 Grooved ball bearing 0040 Coupling hub 0060 Lock washer 0170 Radial shaft sealing ring 0080 Holding disk 0070 Circlip 0395 Fusible plug 0090 Inner wheel 0390 Filler plug 0510 O-ring 0100 Riveting ring 0394 Blind screw 0545 Flat seal 0300 Outer wheel 0630 Screw 0994 Flat seal (only for DTVR) 0305 Outer wheel 0960 Screw Wearing parts Main coupling parts 0410 Delay chamber 0620 Pulley 84 Installation and Operating Manual. 43 For arrangement and quantity. see the table in Chapter 14. Description Item Description No.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. Subject to modification due to technical development.

2014-02 / Rev. 44 1) Installation and Operating Manual. Printed in Germany. 4. KG | Installation and Operating Manual 20.4. Item Description No. Subject to modification due to technical development. 3626-011200 en. Item Description No. 2) For arrangement and quantity.10 Spare parts for types 206-274 DTRI and 274 DTVRI 0305 0390 0390 0300 0950 0100 0620 0155 0630 0150 274 DTVRI 0185 2) 0180 2) 2) 0040 2) 0080 0060 │ 206/274 DTRI – Design with bearing cover: 0900 0050 0070 0610 0170 0140 0510 0130 0410 0994 0090 0160 0090 0395 0394 0545 1) 1) Fig. 0050 Fixing bolt 0130 Grooved ball bearing 0040 Coupling hub 0060 Lock washer 0140 Needle bearing 0080 Holding disk 0070 Circlip 0160 Radial shaft sealing ring 0090 Inner wheel 0150 Snap ring 0170 Radial shaft sealing ring 0100 Riveting ring 0155 Snap ring 0395 Fusible plug 0300 Outer wheel 0180 Circlip 0510 O-ring 0305 Outer wheel 0185 Circlip 0545 Flat seal 0410 Delay chamber 0390 Filler plug 0610 Radial shaft sealing ring 0620 Pulley 0394 Blind screw 0900 Radial shaft sealing ring 0950 Bearing cover 0630 Screw 0994 Flat seal (only for DTVRI) Wearing parts Main coupling parts 85 .Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. Only for size 274 Screws and standard parts Item Description No. see the table in Chapter 14.

Subject to modification due to technical development. Item Description No.Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. Printed in Germany. 0050 Fixing bolt 0130 Grooved ball bearing 0040 Coupling hub 0060 Lock washer 0140 Needle bearing 0080 Holding disk 0070 Circlip 0160 Radial shaft sealing ring 0090 Inner wheel 0150 Snap ring 0170 Radial shaft sealing ring 0100 Riveting ring 0155 Snap ring 0395 Fusible plug 0300 Outer wheel 0180 Circlip 0510 O-ring 0305 Outer wheel 0185 Circlip 0545 Flat seal 0410 Delay chamber 0390 Filler plug 0610 Radial shaft sealing ring 0620 Pulley 0394 Blind screw 0900 Radial shaft sealing ring Wearing parts 0994 Flat seal (only for DTVRI) 86 Main coupling parts Installation and Operating Manual.4. Only for size 274 Screws and standard parts Item Description No. 2014-02 / Rev. see the table in Chapter 14. 4. Item Description No. KG | Installation and Operating Manual – Design without bearing cover: 0305 0390 0390 0300 0620 274 DTVRI 0185 2) 0180 2) 0155 2) 0040 0150 2) 0080 0060 │ 206/274 DTRI 0100 0050 0070 0900 0170 0610 0510 0130 0410 0994 0090 0140 0160 0090 0394 0545 0395 1) 1) Fig. 3626-011200 en. 45 2) For arrangement and quantity. 1) .

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.................. 73 BTS ............................. 11 Oil list ................................. 56 Hazards ..................... 46 Level check device ............................ 64 Mounting devices .. 69 Commissioning report ............................................. 39 Proposed operating fluids ................................................................................... 35 MTS ................... 38 Alignment tolerances ......... 2014-02 / Rev....... 5 Declaration of incorporation .... 31 Level check Horizontal position . Check of methane content .................... 29 Keys ....................... 15 Blocking ... 41 Follow-up of product ......................................................................................... 7 Direction of rotation ....................... 36 pH-value ...................................... 39.... 12.... 69 Ordering spare parts ......... 54 Bearings ................... 49 Fill Horizontal position ........................... 34 Mounting of belts .................. 53 Maintenance/repair ........................ 41 Power transmission ......... 25 Constructional modifications .................................... 55 Outside cleaning .Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley Voith Turbo GmbH & Co.. 21 Permissible radial force ..................................................................................................................................................................... 4...... 14................................. 44 Fire hazard ......... 18 Maintenance ...................... 12 Equipotential bonding .............................................................. 42 Operation .................. 72 Catch pan ...... 70 BTM ................................................................... 12 Fire point ............................................................................. 63 Draining ................................. 12 As delivered condition ........................ 32............................................................. 36 Belt tension .................. 6..... 15 Packing ........................ 15 Overload of coupling ................. 14 Data.......... 14 Installation and Operating Manual..................... 47 Vertical position ... 17.............. permissible .......... 42 Pour point ..................................................................... 39 Flash point ..... 9 Improper use ................................................................................................................ 70 Multi-motor drive........................... 6.......................... 38 Ambient temperatures .............. 45 Lifting......................... 74 Manufacturer's declaration ...... 40 Monitoring devices ............. 50 Noise ................ 10 Coupling temperature ...................................................................... 15 BTM ............................. Printed in Germany................................ 71 BTS-Ex .................................... 14............ 35 Blockage of output ............... 13 Mineral oils ........................................ 71 BTS-Ex ................. 74 Inner wheel drive .................. 15................................... 55 Fusible plugs ................................... KG | Installation and Operating Manual 22 Index Bearing lubrication ....................... 45 Filling check .......................................................................................... 17............................................................. spare parts ............................................. 49.......................................... 41 water .......... 73 BTS ......... arrangement ........ 54 Belts............................................... Accident.................. 12......................................... 54 Maintenance report . 51 Ordering a service engineer ........... 52 Bearings ..................... 10 90 Information........................................ 54 Belt pull......................... Subject to modification due to technical development............. 29 Installation ........... 72 MTS .............. 62 Maintenance schedule ....................... 3626-011200 en.............................................. 69 Outer wheel drive ..... 48 Electrical components .......... 22 Fusible plugs ............... 17 Assembly check report ........ 46 Filling the coupling .. 50 Disassembly .... 46 Vertical position .......... 12 Commissioning ... 56...................... 32 Mounting and removal devices..................................................................... 29 Overload ................................................... 41 Operating fluids ..................... 40 Requirements ............ 44 Vertical position ........ 16 Function .......................................... 61 Constructional examples .. 11 Electrical devices ................................................................... additional ........................ 15.............. 55 Fusible plugs............. 69 Orders .......... 70 Mounting .................................... 58 ....... 18 Lifting appliances ...... 13 Alignment ......... 58......................... 39................ What to do in case of an accident ... 39.... 47 Horizontal position without delay chamber ............. 47 Horizontal position with delay chamber ........... 7 Methane content..............................................

......................................... 83 Standstill ........................ 11 Spanner wrench ...................... 28 fastening screw ................... 81 366 ................ 74 Replacement of bearings ............. 4.. 30...................... 21 Proper use ... 21 Switching off in case of coupling overload .... ...................................................................... 69 Radial force.650 TVVSRI ... 13 Working on the turbo coupling .................................................... 9 Technical Data ................ 70 Test report ..................................... 35 Qualification.650 TRI ............................... 55 Remaining risks ........... 74 154 ............................................... KG | Installation and Operating Manual Preparation ....... 9 Scope of supply ................... 16 Queries ................ 85 274 DTVR .................... 54 Pulley................................ 9 Sound pressure level ............................................................... 4........... maintenance ........................ 55 Report / Protocol ...... permissible ........... 10 Proposed operating fluids for special requirements...................... Safety ........................................ 87 Risk classes ............ 17 Sealing material for an operating temperature above 100°C ............................................ Subject to modification due to technical development............................. 27 fusible plug ................. 46 Signal words ........ 27 blind screw ....... 28 nozzle screw ... 65 Repair .............................................................................................. 79 366 ................................... 49............................................... 40 Selection and qualification of staff ............. 50.................. 41 Protective cover ............274 DTR ... 16 Serial No........................................................... 64 Removal devices .. 9 154 TR ......................................... 76 206 TRI .... 74 Spare parts information ..... 28 Tools........................................................................... 59 Tightening torques..274 TR .................. 3626-011200 en....... 28 fixing bolt................ 50 Starting characteristic ..... 2014-02 / Rev........... 17 Pulley without bearings ....................................... 14 What to do in case of accidents ...................................................................................... 15 Symbols..................................................................................... 17..... 84 Turbo Couplings with Constant Fill and Pulley 91 ...................... 28 sight glass .............. Printed in Germany......... 17 Troubleshooting. 24 Warming up ..................... 11.................................................................................................................. 14 Storage .. 69 Servicing............................................. 52 Sight glass ....... 64...............Voith Turbo GmbH & Co.......................................... 77 422 ...... 85 274 TRI / TVRI .................. 75 206 ... 64 Spare parts .................................................................. 11..650 TVRI / TVVRI ............. 59....... 28 filter plug ... 29 Transport . 63 Preservation . 8............................................................................... 62 Representatives . 82 366 TR / TVR / TVVR ......... 54 Star / delta connection ... 11 Installation and Operating Manual. 13 Removal ......................................... 61.............. 84 274 DTVRI ... 4 Temperature monitoring ............................................................................................................ 66 Type designation ...................................... 78 206-274 DTRI ..................... 36 Re-lubrication ....................

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