GEN-SM3-0305

INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL FOR EBARA STANDARD SUBMERSIBLE PUMPS

CONTENTS
1. DESIGN AND INSTALLATION
z-1 z-2 q w e r t z-3 z-4 z-5 Selection of Pump Installation and precautions Model BHS submersible deep well pumps Model BMS submersible volute pumps Submersible sewage pumps (Automatic type) Submersible sewage pumps (Manual type) Submersible pump mounting/demounting device Electrode and Float Switch Motor protector Connection of Submersible Cables

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2. TEST RUNNING
x-1 x-2 x-3 x-4 x-5 x-6 x-7 x-8 x-9 Sequence Measuring Water Level in Water Tank Verifying Rotation Direction Measuring Total Head Vibration and Noise Quantity of Water Motor Protector check Verifying Motor Insulation and Conductor Resistance Testing Voltage

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3. MAINTENANCE
c-1 c-2 c-3 Daily Inspection Periodic Inspection Cautions during non-operation

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4. MALFUNCTION, POSSIBLE CAUSES AND REMEDIES

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1. DESIGN AND INSTALLATION
z-1 SELECTION OF PUMP (General Information)
qChoose a pump appropriate for liquid handled.

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Civil engineering Liquid and solid size waste: Max. size 5mm.

Solid wastewater: Max. diameter 80% pipe size; Max. length three times pipe size. Human excrement, work gloves, rags, sanitary napkin, vinyl string and bags, wood chips, etc. (liquid temperature below 50:).

Miscellaneous wastewater: Max. diameter 40% pipe size; Max. length twice pipe size. Fish bones, garbage, egg shells, kitchen grease, cigarette butts, matchsticks, toothpicks, hair, string, rubber bands, small sticks, bottle caps, aluminum foil, etc. (liquid temperature below 50:).

Wastewater equivalent to water treated by a septic tank: Max. size 5mm.

Fresh water

Dirt and sand, fine gravel, pieces of broken concrete, etc. (liquid temperature Examples of foreign matter below 32:).

Wastewater not containing largesized solids, rainwater, Spring water, water with floating oil, water treated by septic tanks. (liquid temperature below 50:).

Fine sand of less than 50ppm.

Application

Civil engineering construction sites. Building construction sites, under-passes. Drainage of spring water in basements, tunnels and mines. Stream water intakes. Flood control. Agricultural irrigation.

Drainage from sewage holding tank and kitchens (not equipped with strainers) in buildings and sewage treatment plants. Sewage from poultry and hog farms Sewage from food plants and various markets. Drainage of wastewater from incineration plants and two-level crossing underpasses.

Drainage from kitchens (equipped with strainers) in buildings, department stores, schools, restaurants, hotels, apartment houses, hospitals, plants, etc., miscellaneous drainage and drainage from facilities.

Drainage from septic tanks. Drainage of spring water and standing water in plants and buildings. Drainage of spring water and standing water in subways and tunnels. Drainage of spring water and standing water at construction sites. Drainage, transit and agitation of wastewater in plants. Drainage and transit of water in fountains, pools and tanks. Manual type, Model DS Automatic type, Model DSA Pontos 717

For deep wells; liquid temperature below 25:.

For shallow wells; liquid temperature below 40:.

Manual type, Model DL,DML Model Model ES Model DML DV Automatic type, Model DLA

Model BHS

Model BMS,BMSP

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1. DESIGN AND INSTALLATION

wBe sure pump capacity is correct. Should too large a pump be selected, the following troubles can occur: 1) The pump will be costly to operate. 2) Operation will not be economical because the pump is inefficient. 3) Excess water will be discharged, resulting in motor over load. 4) The pump may take in foreign matter. 5) Pump wear will be excessive. Accurately calculated piping loss plus additional 10% total head will assure correct pump operation. eInstall pump in a location facilitating maintenance. 1) When a building is constructed after pump installation, allow sufficient space for removal of pump. 2) A manhole should be located above pump. 3) Attach a mounting/demounting device to pump. (See Page 7.)

z-2 INSTALLATION AND PRECAUTIONS
It is recommended the following be checked immediately after the pump is received: 1) Model, head, capacity, speed, output, voltage, frequency, etc. on the nameplate are as ordered. 2) Possible damage incurred during shipment. Possible loose bolts and nuts. 3) All accessories are included. Should there be any discrepencies, contact the dealer immediately.

1. DESIGN AND INSTALLATION
qModel BHS submersible deep well pumps

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Operating water level
Consideration should be given to the difference between natural water level and level at maximum discharge. Be sure to measure the water level at maximum discharge, since it affects both water movement and pump function.

Pump
The pump should be fully submerged. At maximum discharge, the difference between the water level and the pump suction port should exceed 2m.
Well casing

Strainer
The pump inlet port should be separated from the well outlet. If the distance is insufficient, the pump may suck in sand, which will hasten wear.

Fig. 1-1

Power cable
When installing or lifting the pump, do not pull on power cable. Cable must be protected against scratches and abrasion. Do not drop end of cable in the water.

Power cable band
Secure the submersible power cable to the discharge pipe with a tape or the like at several positions. If not well attached, the cable will wear easily in as much as there is nothing to support its weight. Each joint of threaded discharge pipe must be firmly fixed and locked with setscrews.

Fig. 1-2

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1. DESIGN AND INSTALLATION

wModel BMS submersible volute pumps

Manhole
A manhole or inspection port should be located directly above the pump. When the Model BMS surface plate is used, the installation floor area should be raised slightly to preclude entry of wastewater and dirt to tank.

Automatic air vent valve
When the discharge intake stand is provide with a check valve, facilitate exhausting of air by installing an automatic air vent valve between the pump and the check valve, which will simultaneously cause a vacuum break when stopping the pump. Air exhaust is facilitated by installation of automatic air vent valve between pump and check valve. Vacuum break will simultaneously occur when pump is stopped.

Cable band
Secure the power cable to the pipe with cable band, tape,or clip.

Inflow port
Inflow port must be as far from the pump as possible.

Power Cable
When installing or lifting the pump, do not pull on power cable. Do not drop end of cable in the water. Cable must be protected against scratches and abrasion.

Eye bolt
When installing or lifting the pump, use this eyebolt.

Pump
The pump should be installed in the center of the tank where there is least turbulence. Maximum submersible depth of the pump should be 10 meters.

Lowest water level at which the pump can be started
The water level should be higher than the discharge flange surface of the pump.

Fig. 1-3

Lowest water level from which the pump can be operated Ground terminal
Be sure to ground pump. The stop water level of the pump should not be lower than this value. See instruction manual.

Pump stand
Installation of a pump stand prevents entrance of dirt, sand, etc.

1. DESIGN AND INSTALLATION
eSubmersible sewage pumps (automatic type)

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Suspending rope or Chain Connection
When pump is connected to a drain, a union should be used. Installing the union near manhole will facilitate hoisting and/or inspection.

Power connection
Single phase

Manhole
A manhole should be located directly above the pump to facilitate inspection.

Use the rope included when installing or hoisting the pump. Secure end of rope near manhole.

Ground terminal
Ensure pump is property grounded.

Three-phase

Make all connections secure.

Power Cable
When installing or lifting the pump, do not pull on power cable. Do not drop end of cable in the water. Cable must be protected against scratches and abrasion.

Cable band
Secure the power cable to the pipe using cable band or tape.

Pump
Install the pump away from the inflow port and the wall so that the float switch will not be directly exposed to inlet water. Set the maximum submersible depth in accordance with instruction manual provided with the pump purchased, since it varies according to model. Be sure pump is in upright position, if used when tilted or horizontal, operation may be unstable.

Fig. 1-4

Lowest water level
Set stop water level to position where there will be no air intake. See instruction manual.

Operating water level
See instruction manual.

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1. DESIGN AND INSTALLATION

rSubmersible sewage pumps (manual type)

Manhole
A manhole should be located directly above the pump to facilitate inspection.

Ground terminal
Ensure pump is properly grounded.

Connection
Position the pipe connection as close as possible to the manhole, since it will facilitate lifting the pump.

Suspension rope
Use the rope included when installing or hoisting the pump. Secure end of rope near manhole.

Power Cable
When installing or lifting the pump, do not pull on power cable. Do not drop end of cable in the water. Cable must be protected against scratches and abrasion.

Fig. 1-5

Pump
Install the pump away from the inflow port. Set the maximum submersible depth of the pump in accordance with instruction manual provided with pump, since it varies according to model.

Stop level
Do not use an electrode to control water level. Set both operating and stop water levels in accordance with the instruction manual provided with pump since they vary according to the size of the pump, and whether or not a mounting/demounting device is used.

1. DESIGN AND INSTALLATION
tSubmersible pump mounting/demounting device (QDC:Quick Discharge Connector) Maintenance of a submersible pump for sewage and miscelleneous drainage is difficult due to the location and the liquid it handles. Use of the following equipment facilitates pump installation, piping, maintenance and inspection. It is recommended these that either equipment be considered when planning installation. (1) Installation 1) Mounting/demounting device (a) Installation 1. After completing the foundation, install the device and secure with anchor bolts.

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At the same time arrange the discharge piping. Improper piping may cause tilt and impair mounting/demounting function. (It will be more convenient if the foundation area of the device is slightly higher than the bottom of the tank.)

Fig. 1-6

2. Insert the guide (steel) pipe into the guide pin of the device and install a support plate for vertical alignment.

Fig. 1-7

3. Insert gasket between pump and flange, and fasten with bolts and washers provided.

Fig. 1-8

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1. DESIGN AND INSTALLATION
4. Remove suspension hook from motor, pass it through the ring on the end of the chain, and reinstall hook on motor. (Be sure the hook faces flange face.)

Fig. 1-9

5. Hoist the pump with a chain falls or the like and position above support plate.

Fig. 1-10

6. Pass the guide pipe through the sliding guide while slowly lowering the pump.

Fig. 1-11

7. Adjust hoisting position so chain can remain vertical and set the pump on the device.

Fig. 1-12

8. Ensure that support chain and cables, do not interfere with other objects. Installation is now complete. (b) Hoisting the pump To raise the pump for inspection, reverse the afore mentioned procedure. (c) When installing/removing pump 1. In event upward or downward along the guide, is due to the presence of foreign matter, wrong positioning for lifting, etc. do not stress chain. To avoid damage it is recommended the hoisting position be changed.

1. DESIGN AND INSTALLATION

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(d) Precautions for operation 1. After installation, start and stop the pump two or three times prior to regular operation to ensure all is in order. 2. When the pump is reset, foreign matter may be attached to the flange face, and prevent proper seating. To assure proper seating, start the pump while lowering, set the pump on flange and stop the pump. 3. Be sure to observe the lowest water level; should it fall below the minimum, the pump may not be able to discharge. If this occurs, reset by raising the pump while operating slightly.

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1. DESIGN AND INSTALLATION

z-3 ELECTRODE AND FLOAT SWITCH
qUsage classified according to liquid handled Fresh water: Electrode Sewage: Float switch An electrode used for sewage may clog with foreign matter and cause malfunction. wTypes of electrodes and float switches (1) Type MA Electrode (fresh water) - for deep well
(1) Cord: Polyvinyl chloride (P.V.C.) (2) Material: 304 stainless (3) Stock length: 5m per unit (4) Resistance of substance a) New electrode - 10 MΩ min. between poles by ground measurement b) Used electrode - 5 kΩ min. between poles by ground measurement (5) Well water: Pure water (6) Operational distance: Hundreds of meters

(2) Type MB Electrode (fresh water) - for reserve and receiving water tanks

(1) Retainer: Bakelite (2) Fixing bag nut: Ten-cornered 20mm 304 stainless (3) Stainless steel bar: 304 stainless, 6Ø lm unit (4) Stainless steel bar: Bag nut for joint 304 stainless (5) Stainless steel bar: Bag nut for joint 304 stainless (6) Attachment: Screw-in (7) Permissible distance: a 2000m of three-core antenna b Buried/piping wiring work: Several hundred meters

1. DESIGN AND INSTALLATION
(3) Float switch for sewage (Model EF-4) ¡Features 1. Easy installation. Simple hanging does the job. 2. Powerful buoyant force provides dependable operation. 3. Triple switch protection prevents shock hazard. ¡Specifications

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Contact: Contact A (Up=ON; Down=OFF) Operating voltage: AC24V, DC24V Note: For safety, it is recommended voltage should be less than 24V. Maximum current: AC0.5A, DC0.5A Contact capacity: AC12VA, DC12VA ON-OFF operating angle: Within 60° Maximum operating temperature: 50: Pressure resistance: 1kgf/cm2G Cable: two core x 0.2mm2 x 6m Weight: 0.65kgf

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1. DESIGN AND INSTALLATION

z-4 MOTOR PROTECTOR
qMCB (Molded case Circuit Breaker) The characteristics of MCB rating are accordance with general-purpose motors, this device cannot be used to protect submersible motors. The use of thermal relays to the 3E relays of the motor itself is recommended. wThermal relay a. Setting Use a screwdriver to align the dial with the set pointer. b. Normal condition Return lever does not project. c. Abnormal condition Return lever projects. d. Return method Depress the return lever in the direction of the arrow after having checked for, and repaired, possible defects.

z-5 CONNECTION OF SUBMERSIBLE CABLES
As a rule, submersible cables should not be connected under water since poor connections will cause unexpected accidents due to submerged cores. If cable length is specified when ordering a pump, the manufacturer will include the connected and extended cable. (Model BHS) Cut the cable proper length for connection to the switch board. If the cable is connected while wound on the drum, the insulation may break down due to heat.

2. TEST RUNNING
x-1 SEQUENCE
1 to 3 : Pre-operational inspection 4 to 9 : Check during operation
3 Insulation resistance
Check the insulation resistance of the motor, including cable, it should be at least 1 MΩ. (See Page 16.)

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2 Motor protector
Ascertain setting is proper for motor rating. (See Page 16.)

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Checking voltage and current

(See Page 18.)

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Checking the head

(See Page 15.)

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Quantity of water

(See Page 15.)

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Water tank interior

Check the interior of the water tank to determine if the water level is above that for normal operation. (See Page 3 to 6 and the instruction manuals pertaining to the various models.) Check for possible foreign matter in the pump. (See Page 1.)

Fig. 2-1

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Possible vibration/ noise

4 Rotation direction
(See Page 14.)

6 Automatic Operating water level
(See Page 3 to 6 and instruction manuals pertaining to various models.) Ensure water level is above that for normal operation, and that air is not drawn into the pump.

(See Page 15.)

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2. TEST RUNNING

x-2 MEASURING WATER LEVEL IN WATER TANK
qDeep well water-level measurement Bare the tip of the two-core covered wire and lower into the well; upon contact with water it will become conductive. Check for conduction with a multi-meter. Water level is determined by measuring length of the wire from the ground to water surface. wExercize care when measuring water level Water level should be measured while operating the pump as well as when it is stopped. In particular, water level during operation has a direct influence on pumping action. Be sure to take this measurement.

x-3 VERIFYING ROTATION DIRECTION
qWith pressure gauge 1) Open the valve on pump discharge side slightly (one or two full turns) and operate pump. Pressure gauge reading is denoted as P1. 2) Operate pump with motor wiring changed as shown in the following figure (leave the valve open). Here, pressure gauge reading is denoted as P2. 3) Compare P1 with P2. The reading showing the higher value indicates correct rotation.
Connection between Power Source and Motor Cables (three-phase)

Fig. 2-2

Fig. 2-3

wWithout pressure gauge 1) Fully open discharge valve, operate pump and check quantity of water. 2) Change rotation direction as shown in the above figure, operate pump again and check quantity of water. 3) The largest quantity of water indicates correct rotation.

2. TEST RUNNING
x-4 MEASURING TOTAL HEAD
Total head of pump in operation is calculated as follows:

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Total head=Reading of pressure gauge + Hs Hs: Vertical distance (m) from gauge to operating water level.

Fig. 2-4

x-5 VIBRATION AND NOISE
qNoise during operation 1) Any abnormal noise emanating from the interior of the water tank may be caused by reversed rotation, presence of foreign matter, strainer clogging, etc. Hoist pump and inspect. If noise develops after a substantial period of use, the cause may be wear. 2) Surface noise may stem from resonance of piping or foundation. Use of flexible joints in piping or the placing of a rubber mat under manhole will prevent this type of noise. wNoise when stopped In most cases this type of noise is caused by water-hammer. As a countermeasure, it is recommended the check valve on the discharge side be replaced with an fast closing check valve.

x-6 QUANTITY OF WATER
It is difficult to measure the quantity of water discharged from the pump at the worksite. It can be estimated, however, on the basis of the measured value of the pump head and the characteristics curve of the pump.

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2. TEST RUNNING

x-7 MOTOR PROTECTOR CHECK
Make sure the capacity of the motor protector and check it appropriate for the motor used. Be sure the voltage, phase and frequency are correct by checking the name plate. Avoid trial operation using a temporary power source. Temporary sources often have unstable voltage or lack protection, leading to accidents.

x-8 VERIFYING MOTOR INSULATION AND CONDUCTOR RESISTANCE
qTesting insulation resistance Measuring instrument: Resistance tester (500V cap.) Measured values: As shown in the following figure...Standard judgement.

Fig. 2-5

wCautions (1) To measure motor insulation resistance, disconnect motor lead from the control panel and take measurement using the end of the power cable. (2) Consideration of measured values. 1) When, despite proper insulation resistance, the motor fails to start, conductor resistance must be measured, because either the coil is defective or the power cable is broken. 2) Since insulation resistance value varies, according to conditions, a sudden drop indicates potential trouble. It is therefore necessary to implement appropriate countermeasures, such as reducing the load after the occurrence of this phenomenon. When using a volute pump, for example, the valve on the discharge side should be slightly closed.

2. TEST RUNNING
* Example Pump 1 Oct.1 Nov.1 5MΩ 5MΩ Pump 2 10MΩ 5MΩ

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Measurement on Nov. 1 showed the values of both models were 5MΩ. The value of Pump 1 remained unchanged, while that of Pump 2 changed from 10MΩ to 5MΩ. This is an indication of trouble and appropriate action should be taken. eMeasuring conductor resistance Equipment: Multi-meter Method: Stop the motor, disconnect motor lead from the control panel, set tester range to Ω, and measure the resistance between U-V, V-W and W-U using the end of the motor cable. All values should be approximately the same. ¡Since motor coil resistance varies according to output and usually indicates several Ω values, it is difficult to make precise measurements with a multi-tester. Thus measured values merely determine motor condition. * Based on measurements, decisions can be made as follows:
For break of motor coil

When the coil is broken between U and V, resistance between U and V becomes twice the value of the other two phases. Example: UV=4Ω VW=2Ω UW=2Ω
Fig. 2-6

When the two phases of the coil are broken (between U-V and V-W), resistance value between U-V and V-W becomes ∞Ω. Resistance value between U-W may have several Ω values.

Fig. 2-7

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2. TEST RUNNING

x-9 TESTING VOLTAGE
qMeasurement at R.S.T. terminals This measurement determines if there are abnormalities in the power source of the primary side from the control panel. When measuring R-S, S-T and R-T with a voltage tester, each value should be within ±10% of the regulated voltage. However, when the measured voltage is unbalanced (more than 3%), current may become excessive. If voltage decreases during operation, it is probable that the cable is either too small or the power being received is insufficient. Inspection is recommended by a competent electrician. wVoltage measurement at U.V.W. terminals When there are no voltage abnormalities at R.S.T. terminals, the voltage should be checked at U.V.W. terminals with the control panel activated. Ensure measured voltage is within ±10% of normal voltage and that the balance between each phase is properly maintained.

3. MAINTENANCE
c-1 DAILY INSPECTION

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Check for pump head, voltage current, possible vibration and noise. Should abnormalities be detected, it is important corrective action be undertaken promptly in accordance with the procedure described in the instruction manual. It is recommended that an operation log be kept.

c-2 PERIODIC INSPECTION
qMonthly Measurement of motor and cable insulation resistance. wAnnual Oil change. Turbin oil #90 is sealed in the mechanical boxes of Models DS, DN, DL, and DV. If the pump is hoisted to the ground and the oil changed once a year, the life of the mechanical seal well be greatly prolonged. (For oil change, follow the instruction manual provided with each model.) eOverhaul If the pump is overhauled once every three to five years, it can be used without worry for a long period of time.

c-3 CAUTIONS DURING NON-OPERATION
qNon-operation for prolonged periods while underwater: Operate the pump once a month to prevent moving parts from rusting. Take periodical measurements of motor insulation resistance. To resume operation, follow procedure described in Paragraph 3, "Test Running". wStorage of pump above ground: Clean the pump strainer, and store in a dry place. To resume operation, follow procedure described Paragraph 3, "Test Running". Since a submerged type motor is used for Models BHS and BMS, a check for sufficient water must be made before reinstalling the pump. If insufficient, fresh water should be supplied. To confirm water quantity and supply of fresh water, refer to the instruction manuals supplied with each model.

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4.MALFUNCTION, POSSIBLE CAUSES AND REMEDIES

Pump fails to start.

Ensure motor protector in control panel is operating. (See Page 12.)

Protector is not operating.

Protector operating.

Manually operate pump.

Restore protector to original position and re-start. (See Page 12.)

Pump fails to start.

Pump start.

Protector operates the moment switched on.

Activated several Occasional seconds after operate. switched on.

Malfunction in automatic control equipment, liquid surface relay, float switch, pressure switch, etc.

Remove motor cable from power board and measure voltage at power board terminals, U, V, and W. (See Page 18.)

Check current.

Normal. Measure insulation resistance and conductor resistance at motor cable terminals. (See Page 16.)

Abnormal.

Abnormal.

Normal.

Check for proper setting of magnetic contactor. Magnetic contactor is properly set.

Inspection made by competent electrician. Magnetic contactor not set.

Abnormal components pertaining to or power source. Inspection made by competent electrician. Normal.

Ensure proper set value of protector and determine whether value agrees with motor rating. (See Page 12.) Set value agrees with motor rating. Defective protective device. Set value does not agree with motor rating. Faulty setting. Reset.

Measure voltage at motor cable terminals, U, V, and W, of control panel. (See Page 18.)

Check terminals, R,S,and T, for voltage. (See Page 18.)

Abnormal.

Defective motor or cable. Normal. Abnormal. Normal. Abnormal. Lift pump replace cable or motor.

Pump or motor is mechanically locked.

Cable trouble Malfunction between inside control control panel. panel and motor or motor protector is operating. Inspection made by competent electrician.

Lift pump and overhaul it.

Replace protector.

Power source trouble.

Lift pump and overhaul.

Inspection made by competent electrician.

4.MALFUNCTION, POSSIBLE CAUSES AND REMEDIES

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Pump fails to function despite motor operation.

Check rotation direction. (See Page 14.)

Proper rotation.

Reverse rotation.

Check water tank for water level. (See Page 15.)

Change to proper rotation. Interchange two wires of the three-phase motor and reconnect. (See Page 14.)

Below minimum water level required by pump.

Above minimum water level required by pump.

Air suction. Measure shut-off pressure of pump. Raise water level in tank.

Normal.

Low.

Open discharge valve slowly.

Wear of pump interior. Enlargement of inside clearance.

Leak in the pipe between pump discharge port and gauge.

Almost the same as shut-off pressure.

Sudden decrease in pressure.

Equipment head is too high.

Clogging of discharge pipe on outlet side of pressure gauge.

Air accumulation in pump.

Clogging of pump and strainer.

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4.MALFUNCTION, POSSIBLE CAUSES AND REMEDIES

Insufficient water and pressure.

Check rotation direction. (See Page 14.)

Proper rotation.

Reverse rotation.

Check shut-off pressure with discharge valve fully closed.

Interchange two wires of the three-phase motor and reconnect. (See Page 14.)

Shut-off pressure is normal.

Insufficient shut-off pressure.

Open discharge valve fully.

Air accumulation in pump.

Wear of pump interior.

Compare working gauge reading with the rated value.

Operating head is greater than that specified.

Operating head lower than that specified.

Clogging of discharge pipe.

Equipment head too high.

Clogging of pump and strainer.

Clogging of the pumping pipe. (between the gauge and pump.)

4.MALFUNCTION, POSSIBLE CAUSES AND REMEDIES

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Excessive current.

Check rotation direction. (See Page 14.)

Proper rotation.

Reverse rotation.

Measure current with discharge valve fully closed.

Interchange two wires of three-phase motor and reconnect. (See Page 14.)

Normal.

Abnormal.

Excessive water. Specific gravity of pumped water too great. Sand mixed with water. Adjust discharge valve opening so that current agrees with rated value.

Refer to "Pump fails to start."

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4.MALFUNCTION, POSSIBLE CAUSES AND REMEDIES

Vibration and/or noise.

Check rotation direction. (See Page 14.)

Proper rotation.

Reverse rotation.

Check areas generating vibration and/or noise.

Interchange two wires of the three-phase motor and reconnect.

(See Page 14.)

Pump and related parts.

Room interior, foundation, and pipeline.

Resonance in pipeline or foundation. Clogged strainer. Water-hammer.

Clogged pump.

Wear of pump interior.

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