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FLOWSERVE CORPORATION

Mark 3 ANSI Pumps

Product Training Program

April 2017
Table of Contents
• Pump Description
• Nomenclature
• Operating Parameters
• Range Chart
• Standard materials of construction
• Feature/Function/Benefit
• Pump selection
• Markets Served and typical application
• Main customers
• Competition
• Design centers and Manufacturing locations

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Mark 3 Product Family

Sealmatic
Lo-Flo
Standard

Vertical Inline
Guardian Unitized Self-Primer Recessed
Mag-Drive Impeller

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Pump Description

 End Suction Overhung


 Radially split
 Single stage
 Wide flow and head range
 200+ hydraulics
 High operation efficiency
 Low NPSH requirement
 Easy maintenance

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Pump Description

ASME B73.1M & H.I.1.1-1.5 Standards


 Horizontal  Centerline Discharge
 End Suction  150 / 300 lb Flanges
 Foot Mounted  Back-pull-out
 Single Stage  Dimensions set by standard

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Pump Description

ASME B73.1M Pumps (continued)

 Designed for corrosives


 External impeller
adjustment
 Limit exposed threads and
crevices
 Mechanical seal protection
 Bearing isolation
 Wide range of materials

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Flowserve ANSI History

 Mark 2
 Mark 3
 Mark 3A
 Mark 3 ANSI 3A

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Mark 2 Power End
• Created in 1962
• Bearing Cap Fixed
• Cork or EPR gasket
• Impeller Setting via shims between
bearing snap ring and housing
• No Sight glass oil level set by Trico Oiler
• Oil Flinger required because oil level not
visually set
• Bottom Vented Breather
• Bearing span setting required no I.B.
Bearing shaft shoulder
• Standard Lip Seals

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Mark 3 Power End
• Impeller adjustment via micrometer
threaded bearing carrier
• Standard Lip seals
• Oil level set visually with ½” sight glass
and Trico Oiler
• Oil Flinger not required
• Top Vented Breather
• GP2 & 3 shafts and power end
interchangeable with MK2
• Shafts machined with shoulders for
bearing span location
• Gp1 shafts 1 3/8” through seal chamber
• Larger oil sump
• MK3 1J Power End created for MK2
replacement on GP1 using 1.125”

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Mark 3A Power End
• Threaded carrier changed to use
small dia. O-rings
• Threaded carrier uses cast lugs at
hold down bolts for use of wrench to
adjust
• Removed lugs on O.D. of carrier
removing need for spanner wrench
• Larger Oil return slots provide in
bearing Carrier
• Bearing housing designed for larger
1” bulls eye sight glass
• Oil sump increased over Mark 3
• Standard lip seals
• Trico Oiler combination Watchdog
style standard

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Mark 3 ANSI 3A Power End
• Same Power end as MK3A with
added features

• Labyrinth Bearing Isolator


– Flowserve Bearing Gard
– Inpro VBXX-D Oil Seals

• Magnetic Drain Plug

• Plugged bearing housing no


breather

• No Trico Oiler

• Lifetime Power end Warranty


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Nomenclature: Mark 3 Pump Size Code

• Example:
– 2 K 3 x 2() - 10A / 8.25 RV
 2: Group2 () =
 K: Mark III  _: Standard
 3: 3” suction  M: Sealmatic
 2: 2” discharge  R: Recessed impeller
 10: Max. impeller dia.  US: Unitized self-priming
 8.25: Imp. trim  V: Vertical in-line
 RV: Reverse vane imp.  LF: Lo-Flo
 HD: Heavy Duty Shaft  L: Non-metallic
 H: High Silicon Iron
 T: PTFE lined
 E: Durcon
 S: Old style self-priming

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Mark 3 Nameplate Information

Standard Nameplate Secondary Nameplate


• Serial No. • Serial No.
• Equipment No. • Capacity
• Purchase Order No. • TDH
• Model • RPM
• Size • Impeller dia.
• MDP
• Material
• Date

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Nomenclature: Pump Group 1

Pum p Size A N SI designation


1.5x1LF-4 ---
1.5 x 1-62 AA
3 x 1.5 – 62 AB
3 x 2 – 62 ---
1.5 x 1 – 82 AA
1.5x1LF-8 ---
3 x 1.5 – 82 ---

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Nomenclature: Pump Group 2
Pump Size ANSI Pump Size ANSI Pump Size ANSI
Desig Desig Desig

3x2-82 A60 3x2-10A A60 3x1.5LF-13 ---


4x3-82 A70 4x3-10 A70 3x2-13 A30
2x1-10A A05 4x3-10H A40A 4x3-13 A40
2x1LF-10 --- 6x4-10 A80A 4x3-13HH A40
3x1.5-10A A50 6x4-10H A80 6x4-13A A80
3x1.5-13 A20

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Nomenclature: Pump Group 3

Pump Size ANSI Pump Size ANSI


desig desig

8x6-14A A90 8x6-16A A110

10x8-14 A100 10X8-16 A110

6x4-16 ---- 10X8-16H A120

10X8-17 A120

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Operating Parameters

 Flow: 0.3 to 2,270 m3/h (2 to 10,000 gpm)


 Head: up to 300 m (985 ft)
 Power: up to 373 kW ( 500 hp)
 Pressures: up to 31 bars (450 psi)
 Temperatures: up to 370°C (700°F)
 Suction nozzle sizes: 38 mm (1.5 in) to 305 mm (12 in)

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Range chart MK3

– max impeller –
max speed 60 Hz

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Range Chart In-Line

– max impeller –
max speed 60 Hz

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MK3 Standard Materials

Pump Material Specification (PROS)


Component DCI D/C D4 CD4MCuN D20 DC3 TI
Nodular Cast Nodular Cast
Casing Iron (Ductile Iron (Ductile 316 SS CD4MCuN Durimet 20 Chlorimet 3 Titanium
Iron) Iron)

Nodular Cast
Impeller Iron (Ductile CD4MCuN 316 SS CD4MCuN Durimet 20 Chlorimet 3 Titanium
Iron)

Nodular Cast Nodular Cast


Rear Cover - Seal
Iron (Ductile Iron (Ductile 316 SS CD4MCuN Durimet 20 Chlorimet 3 Titanium
Chamber
Iron) Iron)
Stainless w/ Stainless
Shaft Steel Steel ZH ZC20 ZC20
DC3 Sleeve w/Ti Sleeve

Seal Mechanical Seal: Balanced/unbalanced/catridge/split or Gland Packing


Bearing Housing-
Cast iron - Ductile Iron (SS is optional)
Adapter
Bearings Antifriction grease or oil bath lubricated (optional oil mist)

Application standard application

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MK3 Standard Material

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Mark 3 Features
ANSI 3A Reverse Vane SealSentry

Features Designed to Optimize the Seal Enviroment

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True Back Pullout Design

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Features

Causes of ANSI Pump Failures


80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
Shaft seal Bearings Other

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Reverse Vane Impeller

• Low NPSHR
• Low, unidirectional thrust loads
• Hydraulic balance holes
• Wear Surface is the Rear Cover, Not
Casing
• Low, predictable seal chamber
pressure
• Running clearance set to rear cover,
not casing
– Impeller and seal setting performed in
the repair shop, not under adverse
field conditions. True Back Pullout
Design.

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Front Vane Open Impeller

• Optional
• Clearance
adjusted between
impeller and case
(field adjustment)
• Recommended
where there are
fibrous, stringy
materials in the
liquid

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Front Vane Open Impeller

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Reverse Vane Impeller
 One setting to maintain:
• Performance
• Efficiency
• Thrust
• Seal chamber pressure

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Reverse Vane Impeller
Seal Ring wear has less than 1.5% effect on performance

TDH vs. Radial Clearance


2K4X3-10 at BEP +/- 1.5%

400
390
380
TDH

370
360
350
0.03 0.05 0.07 0.09 0.11 0.13
Radial Clearance

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MK3 Inducer
• Sizes Available
– 2K6x4-10 2 & 4 Pole 50/60Hz
– 2K6x4-10H 2 pole 50/60HZ
– 2K6x4-13 – 2 & 4 Pole 50/60 Hz
– 3K8x6-16 – 4 & 6 Pole 50/60 Hz
– 3K10x8-16H – 4 & 6 Pole 50/60 Hz

• Guidelines
– Average 30-40% reduction from
PROS/Flowselex NPSHa values
– Flow rates 90% of BEP and lower

• Contact Distribution Support Group


for Application & Pricing Requests

Competitive Advantage – Don’t Oversize

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Rear Cover / Seal Chamber Designs

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FML SealSentry™ Chambers

 Flow Modified Large Bore (FML)


 Turns centrifugal flow caused by the
seal into axial flow by the ribs along
the chamber
 Handle up to 60% solids
 Can be field machined to restore
wear surface
 Vast Sealing Options
 Single, Double, Gas, Split
 Self-flushing, self-venting, self-
draining
 Can eliminate expensive piping plans
 Good solids handling capability
 Extends the overall life of the
mechanical seal

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FML SealSentry Chambers

 Flowserve Test of FML Design


 50% Titanium Dioxide Slurry

 Heavy Erosion on Cover Surface

 Flow Modifiers remain intact

 Mode of Failure: Pressure Containment


 Dime size blowout on cover surface

 Seal Inspection Performed


 Little signs of wear
 No Leakage during testing

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Features: FMS

 Flow modified

 Small gland and


gasket circles

 Self-flushing, self-
venting, self-draining

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Features: CBL

 Cylindrical bore

 Large gland bolt and


gasket circles

 Recommended when
seal chamber
isolation is desirable

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Features: CBS

 Cylindrical bore

 Small gland bolt and


gasket circles

 Recommended when
seal chamber
isolation is desirable

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Jacketed Seal Chamber
(standard bore - CBS)

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Jacketed Seal Chamber
(FM chamber)

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Mark 3A Power End
Standard Features
 Bearing seals
 Standard Lip seals
 Optional Isolators
 Deep, Groove Conrad Type Ball Bearings
 Top vented baffled breather
 Trico constant level oiler
 1” Oil Sight glass
 Rigid adjustable foot piece
 Shaft shoulder for both bearings
 Oil return slots, both bearings
 Lifting Eye
 Side mounted oil drain plug

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Features

Micrometer Impeller Adjustment


 Very accurate
 Very easy
 Calibrated bearing carrier
 Maintains near perfect
parallelism
 Threads protected
 Each notch equals
 0.10mm (0.004”)

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Features

Mark 3A Power End


Options
 Labyrinth seals
 Magnetic seals
 Duplex Angular Contact Thrust
Bearing
 Oil mist option
 Magnetic drain plug
 Bearing housing oil cooler
 Shaft options

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Features

Mark 3 Power End


ANSI 3A Design
 Bearing isolators (Flowserve
Bearing Gard or Inpro VBXX-D)
 Magnetic drain plug
 Clean room assembly
 Vent and oiler holes plugged
 Lifetime Power End warranty
 Bearings are normal wear item
 Extended oil change intervals
 Mineral Oil 18 mo.
 Synthetic 36 mo.
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Features
Inpro VBXX-D Bearing Isolator

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Features

Shaft Options
 Solid

 Hook Sleeve

 Composite

 Friction-Welded

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MK3 Heavy Duty Power End
• Option: All Mark 3 Group 3 Pumps
• Pumps can be Field Converted
• 550 BHp rating vs 325 BHp of
existing Mark 3 design
• Duplex Angular Contact Bearings
• Large Roller Radial Bearing
• Minimum 5 year L10 Bearing Life
• Cartridge Seals Only
• Heavy Duty 3” Steel and 2205 Duplex
Solid Shaft
– Improved L3/D4
• Shaft Coupling End dia. Matches
Current GP3
• Belt-Drive Capable
• Offers 3K10x8-16H Full Impeller
Diameter Range @ 1800 RPM

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Features

Mark 3 Casing
• Integral Foot mount design

• Centerline discharge

• 150# flanges (300# optional)

• Flat Face Flange (RF optional)

• Single volute on most sizes


– Double volute on larger pumps

• Drain, Suction, Discharge taps


available
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Features

Mark 3A Bearing Housing Adapter


• Mates wet end to housing

• Allows parts interchangeability


reduced inventory

• Metal-to-metal fit to housing and


to rear cover.

• Standard is DCI (ductile iron),


alloy is available

• Integral on Group 1 pumps.


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Jacketed Casings

• Provides temperature
control

• Integral (as shown)

• Bolt-on jackets
available

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Features

Centerline Mounting Casings


• Reduces loads caused by thermal expansion

• Cradle Design Std.

• Optional - Jacketed feet allow temperature control

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High Temperature Applications
• Temperatures greater than 300°F (149°C)
 Grafoil impeller and casing gaskets
 ZH shaft
 Oil Lubrication
 ANSI 3A Powerend

• Temperatures greater than 350°F (177°C)


 C-face motor adapter
 Jacketed Rear Cover. Preferably CBL with throat bushing.
 Finned Oil Cooler

• Temperatures greater than 500°F (260°C)


 Centerline mounted Casing
 316ss Bearing Housing Adapters

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Features

C Flange Adapter

 Holds alignment even


with changes in temp. &
pipe loads

 Eliminates foot mounting


of the motor

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Features
C-Plus
Precision Alignment System

 For alignment within


0.002 in (0.05 mm)

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Features

Baseplate Options

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Type A Standard
 Typically in stock
 Multi-Drilled for several NEMA size motors
 Primer suitable for epoxy grout
 Dimensions to ANSI B73.1

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Type B Polycrete
 Low installed cost
 Superior vibration dampening
 Excellent corrosion resistance – Material Options Available
 Designed to be flat with excellent rigidity
 Catch basins and grout holes
 Inserts give infinite configuration possibilities

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Type C Stilt Base
 Multiple Stilt arrangements available
 Multi-Drilled for several NEMA size motors
 Dimensions to ANSI B73.1

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Type D Heavy Duty Base

 End Caps, Machine Pads, Full Drip Rim Options


 Multi-Drilled for several NEMA size motors
 Dimensions to ANSI B73.1

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Type E PIP Baseplate
“Ten Point” Heavy Duty Design
 0.002”/ft mach coplanar pads
 Cross Member Support
 Continuous seam weld
 Tapped Leveling Holes
 Integral Lifting Lugs
 Integral Grout Anchors
 ½” Vent Holes
 4” Grout Holes
 Integral Sloped Drip Rim with
Meets the intent of API 610 Drain Port
and Fully complies with
 Post-Type Motor Adjusters
PIP RESP002

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Baseplate Considerations
• Type A – Bent Form Baseplate
 No Welding on Group 1 and 2 size bases.
 Drip Rim Option – non-sloping on pump end only
 303ss Catch Basin is a good option. Less Money.

• Type B
 Non-Metallic for Foundation or Stilt Mounting
 Consider when corrosive environment or when request is for SS baseplate

• Type C
 Consider in High Temperature Applications above 300°F (149°C)
 Consider when Temperature range is greater than 100°F (∆38°C)

• Type D
 Adds extra bracing, lifting lugs, and leveling holes over Type A
 Offers End Caps, Machine Pads, Full Drip Rim Options

• Type E
 API style baseplate
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Features

Polyshield
• Traditional baseplate
systems do not offer
a full solution to our
customers.

Picture shows great pump and baseplate, but just look at the issue
below (concrete pad). How does a customer address this problem?
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Features

Total Installed Cost


Total installed cost comparison

7000

6000

5000

4000 Foundation Protection


3000 Installation cost
Baseplate
2000

1000

0
PIP Style Steel
Baseplate Polybase
Baseplate Polyshield
Baseplate

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Polyshield
 Quick Installation
 Reduction Total Install Cost
 Corrosion Resistance
 Material Options
 Reduces Vibration
 One-piece Construction
 Available heights
 Flat mounting surface
 One-piece motor mounting block
 4” Grout Hole
 Integral Grout Anchors
 Integral Drain Basin and Connection

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Features

Standard Metal Coupling Guard

 Carbon steel, stainless steel, aluminum

 “Clamshell” design

 Trimmed for exact fit

 Heavy-duty support legs

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Features
™ ™
ClearGuard and DurcoShield

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Flowserve ClearGuard
 Constructed of yellow-tinted, UV stabilized polycarbonate
 Excellent corrosion resistance
 Provides physical safety barrier around coupling, protecting against:
 Person’s body and/or clothing contacting rotating components
 Components flying off a damaged coupling

 Extremely tough
 Stronger than aluminum or steel guard
 Can support 370 lbs.

 Allows static and dynamic inspection without removal


 Allows rotational speed and direction inspection
 DurcoShield™ is also available

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Features
 Envelopes area between housing &
casing
 Deflects spray from a malfunctioning
DurcoShield TM

seal
 Provides protection from rotating shaft
 Very easy to install and remove
 Constructed of yellow (ClearGuard™)
polycarbonate
 Allows visual inspection of seal area
 Application -70oF to 300oF (-57oC to
150oC)
 Available in PVDF
 Easy to drill or cut slots and holes for
piping
 Patented design

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Features
Mark 3 Inline Pump

 Standard Mark III power end


 Minimizes floor space
 Lower installation cost.
 Better able to accommodate
piping loads
 With Reverse Vane impeller,
thrust is reduced
 Shaft alignment fully adjustable

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Features
Mark 3 Lo-Flo
 Low flow
 Heads to 985 feet (300m)
 Conforms to standard ASME
B73 dimensions
 Standard Mark 3 power end
 Radial vane
 Pump out vanes
 Balance holes
 Maintains low seal chamber
pressure
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Features
Lo-Flo Casing

 Reduces
radial loads

 Reduces
shaft
vibration

Circular Concentric Casing Expanding Volute Casing


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Features

Sealmatic Repeller
Operating
 Dynamic sealing
 Eliminates the need for
conventional seal

Static
 FXP TFE Disc Seal
 “Checkmatic” lip seal
 Flexible graphite packing
 Dry-running “lift-off” gas
seal
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Figure 1
• The FXP Seal is made up of a
316 SS Rotor, a stationary
Glass Filled PTFE Disk, and a
316 SS Gland to retain the Disk.

• The Rotor face is tapered to


provide a good match between
the two parts and has concentric
grooves machined into the
sealing face. The concentric
grooves provide sealing dams
with high loading on each,
providing consistent
performance whether static or
dynamic.
• The Disk is piloted to insure
good concentricity of the sealing
surfaces, thereby minimizing
leakage.
FXP Seal - Large-Bore Box

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Features

Sealmatic Applications
 Hard to seal services
(Caustic, slurry)

 Where water flush is


undesirable (Evaporator
feed, sulfuric acid)

 Continuous duty

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Features

Self Priming
 Compact
 Motor and pump out of
pumped liquid
 Better alignment than
cantilevered pumps
 Relatively inexpensive
 Easy installation and
maintenance
 Unitized casing includes
 priming chamber
 air separator
 volute
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Features

Applications

 Sump Services
 Waste water
 Tank car unloading
 Dike Sumps
 Coal Pile Run Off

 Suction Lift: 25 feet


 Air bleed line required
 Priming time varies by
application

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Features

Self-Priming Tank
 Makes any pump self-priming

 Materials
 Steel
 316SS
 FRP

 Proper sizing required

 Operates under vacuum. Not


suitable for pressure.

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Features

Recessed Impeller
 Vortex
 Maintains integrity of solids
 Pumps large solids
 Minimizes shear, abrasion,
clogging
 Impeller clearance set at rear
cover
 Tangential discharge casing
 Standard Mark 3 Power End
 Pump out vanes control seal
pressure and minimize solids
in the seal chamber

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Features

Recessed Impeller Applications

 Solids

 Slurries

 Corrosives

 Abrasives

 Waste streams

 Shear-sensitive liquids

 Less than 20% solids


contact impeller
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Features

High Silicon Iron


 The most universally
corrosion resistant alloy
in the pump industry
 Low mechanical shock
resistance (treat like
glass)
 Low thermal shock
resistance (keep
temperature change
within 100F per hour)

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Features
Guardian
 ANSI B73.1 dimensions
 Wet end interchangeable with
Mark 3
 Power end pullout without
breaking sealed containment
 Uses standard NEMA motor
 Sealless
 Magnetic drive
 MK3 RV Impeller
 Provides consistent flow and
pressure in containment shell
 No wear rings or close
clearances needed to
maintain hydraulic balance or
recirculation flow

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Features
 Solids
 300 micron (0.012”)
 Less than 3% by weight
Limitations  No ferrous particles
 2 Moh maximum hardness
 Talc = 1 Moh
 Diamond = 10 Moh

 Viscosity
 0.3 to 300 cp
 others by review

 Temperature (process temperature


PLUS rise in containment shell)
 G series: Minus 100F to plus
250F
 H series: Minus 100F to plus
550F

 Magnetism decrease with


temperature rise

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Features
Power Protection Monitor
 For overload protection
 Excessive wear or rubbing
 Bearing failure
 Decoupled magnets
 Motor overload

 For under-load protection


 Dry run
 Blocked suction
 Decoupled magnets
 Failed spacer element
 Air entrainment
 Minimum flow
 Loss of prime

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Total Cost of Ownership
• MAINTENANCE COST
•Labor
•Parts
•Service

• OPERATION COST
•Auxiliaries
•Energy costs

• INITIAL COST
•Equipment

Mark 3 Maximizes Reliability (MTBPM) and Save $$$

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FML SealSentryTM
• Flow Modified Large Bore (FML)
– Turns centrifugal flow caused by the seal
into axial flow by the ribs along the chamber
• FML handles up to 60% solids
• Goulds design is limited to 10%

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Oil Consumption
Size Mark 3 (oz) 3196i (oz)
Group 1 / STi 8.5 16 • ANSI 3A Power End
Group 2 / MTi 32 47  Superior Reliability
Group 2 l LTi N/A 47  Purchase / Disposal Cost
Group 3 / XLTi 48 100
 Cool Running Bearings
Intervals 3 Years 2 Years
 No Viscosity Breakdown
 Goulds uses 2 times the amount
of lubrication for the same
performance
 Goulds requires a shorter
lubrication cycle

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Myth # 1
Two Times More Wear Area = Longer Life, Reduced Repair Costs

Goulds Claims… The Truth Is…

• More working area being worn does not


reduce the wear rate – it just damages
more parts
• Adjusting open impellers towards the
casing to compensate for wear increases
the thrust loads from larger gap on
backside causing seal chamber
pressures to increase
• Cost to replace a rear cover is nearly
1/3rd the casing price
• Rear covers are much easier to replace
than a casing (and can be resurfaced)
• Balance holes in the Reverse Vane
impeller ensure hydraulic loads are
similar in magnitude to open impellers
• If open impeller is required, the Mark 3
has this option available

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Myth # 2
Enclosed Impellers Cannot be Adjusted

Goulds Claims… The Truth Is…


• Reverse Vane impellers are not fully
enclosed
• Reverse Vane impellers are easily
adjusted using micrometer
adjustment
• Nose ring wear does not affect
performance until it is almost gone
(this is not a wear ring)
• With open impeller adjustment
Goulds has to choose either
performance or seal chamber
pressure renewal. They can’t get
both. With the Reverse Vane
impeller, one adjustment renews
both!

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Myth # 3
Back Pump Out Vanes Control Axial Thrust

Goulds Claims… The Truth Is…

• Goulds back pump out vanes wear


too, so they become less effective
and controlling thrust loading and
seal chamber pressure over time
• Pump out vane wear combined with
moving the impeller away from the
rear cover for “performance
renewal” means that significant
pressure increase occurs behind the
Goulds open impeller which adds to
the thrust loads and seal chamber
pressure

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 Max Sphere Size
• Percent of Sizes with the
Largest Passage Way
– Flowserve: 86%
– Goulds: 14%

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Better Interchangeability

• Interchangeability
 Only 3 Mark 3 Power Ends cover all sizes.
 If customer has 6x4-10, then only shaft is different.

• Less Stock Required


 Only 3 Power Ends – Goulds has 4 sizes
 Only 3 Seal Sizes – Goulds has 4 sizes
 All Group 1 pumps use the same rear cover size
 Goulds has 2 cover sizes for Group 1 pumps

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Shaft Comparisons

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Competitive Product - ITT Goulds i-ALERT

Features: Weaknesses:
• Small and compact • Field activated following start up
• Temperature alert: • Vibration in horizontal mode only
• 175 F preset (two consecutive readings)
• 195 F (91 C) max • No Internal Memory Access

• Measures overall vibration • Not User Configurable


• Temperature Limit – factory set
• Vibration Limit – 2X baseline
• Initial learn mode sets baseline • Polling Rate – 1 minute

• Green Light Normal, Red Light Alarm • No Data Logging Capability


• Built into the pump frame • Battery life less than 1 year in alarm
mode
• No indication of past alert notification

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IPS Beacon: Straight Forward
Monitoring and Alert System for
Vibration and Temperature

IPS Beacon TM
– Blinking green indicates
normal condition
Patent Pending
– Blinking red indicates either
temperature and / or vibration
is above the preset limit
– Alternate blinking red and
green indicate that the
equipment has returned to
LEDs normal but that an alert
condition had occurred within
Mounting Hole the last 14 days.
– Last Alert is time stamped and
On / Off or optional IPS Beacon TAM
can be downloaded with
(Take Away Memory) optional Docking Station.

Standard High Level Thresholds


For ANSI and ISO Pumps
Vibration: 9.4 mm/sec (.38 in/sec) RMS
Temperature: 85C (185F)
Sampling at 5 minute interval
LED blinks at 5 second interval
User Configurable w/ Optional
Docking Station and Software Utility
or
TAM for Extended Data Logging
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IPS Beacon - Specifications

• Three Axis Vibration Sensor • 14-Day Fault Indication


measures vibration in either provides extended visual
acceleration or velocity notification of an alert condition
over time
• Onboard Temperature Sensor
measures temperature readings • Battery Life can be more than
from -40 F to 200 F (-40 C to 93 C) four years depending on the
environment and operating
• Material of Construction is a parameters
316L Stainless Steel housing with
borosilicate glass-protected LEDs • Certifications: CE, CSA (CL1,
providing vivid status indications. DIV 1, A,B,C,D,F&G,) ATEX and
IECEx (CL 1, Zone 0)

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Questions?

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