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Service and Maintenance Manual

SartoJet® Pump
4-Piston Diaphragm Pump

Table of Contents

1  General information 3 
1.1  Safety 3 
1.2  Technical details 4 
1.3  Principal of operation 5 
1.4  Operating conditions 6 
1.5  Model – numbering system 6 
1.6  Inspection upon receipt 6 

2  Installation 7 
2.1  Operating limitations 7 
2.2  Location & positioning 7 
2.3  Guards and safety 7 
2.4  Electrical 7 
2.5  Pipework 7 
2.6  Materials in contact with fluid 7 
2.7  Overload protection 7 

3  Start up & routine checks 8 

3.1  Start up 8 
3.2  Daily checks 8 
3.3  Weekly checks 8 
3.4  Monthly checks 8 
3.5  Six monthly checks 8 
3.6  Annual checks 8 

4  Cleaning 9 
4.1  Cleaning in place (CIP) 9 
4.2  Sterilising in place (SIP) 9 

5  Inspection and repair 10 

5.1  Pump body 10 
5.2  Remove pump from electric cabinet and dismantle 10 
5.3  Assembly of pump into electric cabinet 10 

6  Model – numbering system 11 

7  Sectioned drawing 12 

8  Spare parts list 13 

8.1  Exploded drawing 14 

9  Declaration of conformity 15 

10  Dimensions 16 

1 General information 1.1 Safety
The SartoJet® Pump is a positive displacement pump Throughout this manual your attention is drawn to
which can handle sensitive, water like and low viscous certain procedures which must be followed to ensure
liquids. safe operation and servicing of this product.
The construction is made from stainless steel 316L Two different symbols are used in these instructions to
(1.4404) and offers a high standard of hygiene and indicate possible dangers or hazards:
It is essential that anyone who will install, operate, or Caution!
be involved with this equipment shall read the whole Do not ignore safety instructions.
of this manual before installing the pump, as it
contains important safety information. Failure to Caution!
follow these instructions could result in damage of the Do not remove, by-pass or tamper with safety devices
pump or injury to yourself or other people.
Adherence to the procedures and specifications Do not use this equipment if the end cover (1) is
outlined in the following chapters will assist in removed, guards are missing or inlet & outlet pipework
providing economical and reliable operation is not connected.
throughout the life of the pump.
If service or repair other than described in this manual
Do not forget the hazards of moving parts, high fluid
should become necessary, contact your supplier for
pressure, extremes of temperature, hazardous liquids,
and electricity. Always isolate and lock-out pump drive
Any pump returned to the supplier for any reason motor, before inspecting or servicing pump.
must be fully cleaned and decontaminated and
accompanied by details of what fluids have been
pumped, including full Health and Safety Information
(MSDS sheets) if any of those fluids are hazardous.
All figures in brackets (...) throughout this manual
refer to the component key numbers used on the
cross-sectional drawings and the spare parts lists.

1.2 Technical details
Sartojet® Pump is designed to be used in The pump and controls are mounted in a stainless steel
pharmaceutical, biotech, food or cosmetic cabinet. The system can be cleaned easily and the
applications. The design complies with the stringent simple construction allows safe and easy use.
requirements of these Industries.

Typical examples: Electrical details:

− Solutions containing proteins − Power supply: intelligent controls enable
− Suspension of cells operation at most single
− Bacteria, yeast, fungi, mammalian cells phase supplies
115-240 V AC
− Suspensions containing viruses
50 Hz or 60 Hz
− Filtration, chromatography
− Controls voltage: 24 V, DC
− Feed pump for centrifuges and separators
− Controls (ON/OFF): Touch Pad 0-100 %
− Feed pump for filter systems
− External Control: 0…10 V DC is possible
− Ingredients for food and/or cosmetics

− Easy to clean, no shaft seals
− Can run dry, self priming
− Low noise, constant flow
− Compact and small
− Adjustable flow up to 1.380 l/h
− Pressure up to 6.0 bar, in constant use 5.0 bar should
not be exceeded
− Temperature up to 60°C in constant use, CIP up to
90°C is possible, SIP up to 135°C is possible
− Viscosity up to 250 Centipoise
1. Liquid level in storage tank, M8 socket
Parts in contact with fluid:
2. Pressure, M12 socket
− Head: Stainless Steel 316L
− Diaphragm: Santoprene® 3. External signal, M12 connector
− Valves & O-Ring: EPDM & Buna 4. Power input
− Valve chamber 5. Switch ON/OFF
& pistons: Polypropylene
− Ports: Tri-Clamp ¾”
Materials / Surfaces:
− Parts in contact with fluid are only manufactured
− Motor: 24V DC from FDA conforming materials.
− Motor protection: IP 54 − 3.1 B certification is standard
− Variable speed: 0 – 3.000 rpm − Surface finish Ra < 0.8 μ standard, 0.5 μ and Electro
− Torque: 0.59 Nm at 3.000 rpm polish is available on request.
− Motor power: 185 Watt, 8.7 Amp.

1.3 Principal of operation

The self priming design allows Fluid enters inlet port and is As piston moves toward the
pump to create suction to drawn through inlet check check valve, the fluid is forced
draw fluid into the pump valve when piston moves away through outlet check valve an
without manual priming from the check valve assembly. out of pump.

1.4 Operating conditions 1.6 Inspection upon receipt
Sartojet® Pumps are designed using modern design Sartojet® Pumps are factory inspected and tested
techniques and manufactured from high quality before packing and shipping, to ensure safe delivery
materials. However, there are certain limitations to the and satisfactory service. We would, however,
operating conditions of the pump to ensure long life recommend that you carry out the following actions
and trouble-free running. During pump selection and upon receipt of your pump.
specification these limitations are taken into account
Open wooden box and remove packing material from
and must not be exceeded.
container and check contents against packing list.
Every pump is supplied with a Performance Data Sheet Look carefully for small parts and special tools
which gives details of these limitations. included.
These are... a. Open wooden box and remove packing material
from container and check contents against packing
− Maximum Pressure list. Look carefully for small parts and special tools
− Maximum Temperature included
− Maximum Viscosity
b. Check the pump for any physical damage sustained
in shipping. If loss or damage is found, notify your
These limitations and performance characteristics carrier and supplier immediately
can vary with pump specification.
Take particular care over the following:
Materials: Ensure that all the fluids to be pumped,
including cleaning and sterilising agents, are
compatible with materials from which the pump is
Sartojet® Pumps can be used for duties other than
those for which the pump originally was selected but
the new application must be checked against the
Performance Data Sheet to ensure safe and reliable
operation. Unless you have experience in the use of
this Data Sheet, we strongly recommend that, if a
change of duty is required, you contact the distributor
who supplied the unit or the manufacturer.

1.5 Model – numbering system

You will find the model number (inside door of
cabinet). This shows Model – Number and Serial –
Number of the pump. The Serial – Number is unique to
each pump. The Model – Number gives important
information about the specification of the pump. Both
numbers should be quoted with all queries or orders of

2 Installation 2.4 Electrical
Careful attention to correct installation of Sartojet®
Pumps and recognition of certain limitations to the Notice!
operating conditions of the pump, will ensure long life Electricity can cause injury or death. Follow good
and trouble-free running. practice and local regulations. In particular:

Danger! Danger!
Failure to follow these instructions could result in Connect pump in accordance wirh manufacturers
personal injury or loss of life. Take particular care over recommendations.
the following
All electrical work must be carried out by competent
personell to local safety regulations and codes of
2.1 Operating limitations practice.
Priming: The Sartojet® Pump is dry self priming and
can be mounted above liquid level.
Take special note of requirements of the area, e.g. hose-
Pressure: Do not operate the pump above the down, high humidity, explosion proof, etc. Always
maximum differential pressure shown on the disconnect pump from power supply, before you carry
Performance Data Sheet, not even for a few seconds, out any service and maintenance.
as damage to the pump components can be the result.
Caution! Ensure equipment rating plate corresponds to supply.
Never run the pump against a closed valve.
Solids: Sartojet® Pump can handle soft solids in
suspension but may be damaged by hard particles. 2.5 Pipework
Take care pumping solids, crystals, etc.
Pipe runs and sizes should be established at the time
Never allow metal parts to enter pump, e.g. weld the pump is selected. When installing pump do not
metal, screws, tools, etc. As these will stop the pump, deviate from this design without rechecking pump
leading to damage. selection
Kavitation: The pumps cannot operate without
sufficient pressure of the liquid at the inlet port of − Keep pipe runs short and pipe diameters large.
pump. Normally atmospheric pressure is sufficient. − Inlet pipe must be as short as possible and as large
Limitations might be… bore as possible to prevent cavitation
− Use large radius bends and full bore valves. Avoid
− High Viscosity’s globe or needle valves on viscous fluids.
− High Temperature − Fit isolation valves each side of the pump to simplify
− High Pump Speeds maintenance.
− Volatile Liquids − Fit pressure gauges to monitor pressure conditions.
Insufficient inlet pressure will cause the pump to
cavitate leading to low performance, noise and short 2.6 Materials in contact with fluid
pump life. Ensure inlet pipes are short, large bore and
do not collapse under vacuum. − Body, 316L:
− Diaphragm, Santoprene®:
2.2 Location & positioning
(FDA CFR21,177.1210)
− As close as possible to the fluid source. − Valves, EPDM :
− In a clear area allowing access all around pump for (FDA CFR21, 177.2600)
easy servicing. − O-Ring, Buna:
(FDA CFR21, 182.5991)
− Valve Chamber & Pistons, Polypropylene:
2.3 Guards and safety
(FDA CFR21, 175.105)
All moving parts must be guarded. Local safety
regulations and codes of practice will specify the
2.7 Overload protection
minimum acceptable standard.
The unit is equipped with an overload protection. But
the power supply should be protected appropriate.

3 Start up & routine checks 3.3 Weekly checks
3.1 Start up − As daily checks.
Before starting pump the first time or after servicing − Remove pump body (1), inspect diaphragm (2) and
or maintenance work, check the following – failure to valves (3). If there is any sever wear or damage
do so could damage equipment or cause injury to replace parts.

− All pump head (1) and mounting bolts (5) are tight.
3.4 Monthly checks
− All pipe connections are secure.
− All guards, safety and protection devices, are in − As weekly checks.
place and effective. − Remove pump body (1), inspect diaphragm (2) and
− All valves are open – Never run pump against closed valves (3). If there is any sever wear or damage
valve. replace parts.
− Pipes and pump are clear of welding flash or other
3.5 Six monthly checks
Start pump slowly and increase speed gradually. − As monthly checks.
− Listen for unexpected noise. − Remove pump body (1), inspect diaphragm (2) and
− Check for leaks. valves (3). If there is any sever wear or damage
replace parts.
− Check that pump gives desired flow rate at normal
operating speed.
− Do not continue to run pump if fluid is not flowing.
Check if liquid is available, unit is plugged in. 3.6 Annual checks
− Observe pump during first few hours of operation
− As monthly checks.
– check for noises and excessive heating of pump.
− Remove pump body (1), inspect diaphragm (2) and
valves (3). If there is any sever wear or damage
replace parts. But it is recommended to change
All pump and equipment surfaces which become hot,
wearing parts (2 + 3) every 1.000 hours or once a
i.e. above 60°C (140°F) during operation should carry
warning labels.

By ensuring a visual inspection daily and regular

3.2 Daily checks checks at planned intervals, pump can be maintained
to maximum performance for many years.
− Visual checks of all joints for signs of leakage of
product, flushing liquid (if used).
− Listen and look for any unusual noises, vibration or
temperature change.
− If minor problems are identified these should be
rectified at the end of the shift and if major they
should be attended to at once.

4 Cleaning 4.2 Sterilising in place (SIP)
SartoJet® Pumps are designed for use with products A chemical sterilisation or sterilisation with steam up
that require the process equipment and pump to be to 135°C is possible.
cleaned. The standards (level) of cleaning or
sanitization required depends on the needs of the To achieve 100% sterility, it is important to steam
process and product. This information is provided for through for a period long enough for the coldest part
guidance only. It is the responsibility of the pump user of the system to reach the correct temperature and
to satisfy him/herself that the cleaning protocol hold for the time period required to kill off the
chosen is adequate to achieve the desired levels of organisms.
cleanliness and Jabsco cannot accept any responsibility
for contamination or loss. Procedure for sterilizing in place (SIP)
(If using chemical sanitizers, follow guidelines as for
CIP above)
4.1 Cleaning in place (CIP)
a. Thoroughly clean pump and process lines prior to
Cleaning systems
b. Pass clean, wet steam through system until all
The type of cleaning system used depends partly on component temperatures have stabilised. Steam
the level of cleaning required but also on what is to be must be free of scale, rust and particles -a filter
remove. Organic materials such as oils, fats, proteins may be necessary. Typically steam will be at 121°C
need a different system to inorganic materials such as (250°F) and 1 bar (15 psi). Soak time, to bring the
mineral salts. Detergent manufacturers can give advice pump up to temperature, is typically 20 minutes
on the correct use of chemicals and temperature. CIP but this should be established, e.g. using
usually needs a velocity of 1.5 m /sec (5 ft/sec) thermocouples, as the required soak time will vary
through the pipeline to achieve the turbulent flow re- with individual installations.
c. Do not loosen or remove any pump components or
pipe connections during steam sterilisation as
Procedure for cleaning in place (CIP) escaping steam may cause serious injury.
Each pump is supplied in a generally clean condition d. Continue to pass wet steam through the lobe pump
but it is the responsibility of the user to establish suit- and process lines during the hold time. Hold time
able cleaning and sterilising regimes appropriate to the will be determined by the user to achieve desired
fluid and process. These should be implemented before level sterility.
the pump is first used and as often as required
thereafter. The following guide lines will help with e. Typically this will be between 20 and 60 minutes.
effective cleaning of SartoJet® Pumps and minimise
risk of damage to the pump. The pump should rotate during SIP, so that all surfaces
a. Rinse through system with a suitable liquid, usually in contact with product are sterilized.
water at approximately 50°C (120°F), as soon as
possible after completion of process to remove bulk
of residues before they dry onto surfaces.
b. If CIP will not be carried our immediately after
rinsing, leave pump and system full of rinse liquid.
c. Choose chemical cleaning agents to suit nature of
the contamination to be removed and use the in
accordance with manufacturer’s recommended
dilution, temperature and circulation time but do
not exceed 90°C (195°F). Confirm compatibility
with pump materials of construction.
d. CIP fluid flow should result in a mean pipe line
velocity of at least 1.5 m/sec (5 ft/sec).

5 Inspection and repair 5.3 Assembly of pump into electric cabinet
Sartojet® Pumps need no adjustment during normal Assembly
operation. It is advisable though to inspect pump head
components (especially seals and joints) periodically so − Check parts for wear or damage before assembly.
that they may be cleaned or replaced before they fail Replace parts if necessary.
in service. − Mount parts in opposite way as described under
All main components can be inspected just taking the
pump head (1) off. − Connect cables of motor to sockets.
− Close door of electric cabinet, connect to main
Danger! supplies and switch ON main switch.
For your safety: − Check if function of unit is normal and all
Before commencing any repair or inspection, isolate connections are tight.
power to pump. Depressurise, drain and isolate − Carry out a cleaning regime before you use in
pipework. production again.

5.1 Pump body

Pump body (1) can be dismantled after loosening 4
screws at pump flange (5). It is possible that valve
chamber and O-Ring (2) stick in pump body. These
parts can be pulled out without use of any tools.

Check parts for wear or damage before assembly.
Replace parts if necessary.
Fit valve chamber and O-Ring (2) in pump body (1).
Check that O-Ring is in correct position. Fit pump
body to flange. Secure that pump body, diaphragm
and flange are aligned properly. Fit 4 screws in pump
body (1) and tighten. There should be no gap between
pump body and flange (5). Both parts should have
metal to metal contact.

5.2 Remove pump from electric cabinet and dismantle


− Switch main switch OFF and pull plug before

opening door of cabinet. Disconnect cables of motor
from sockets.
− Remove 4 screws from pump flange (6) and pull
pump and motor out of cabinet.
− Remove grub screw of cam (4). This is done through
drain holes of pump flange.
− Disassemble pump body (1) (see Disassembly Pump
Body 5.1)
− Remove 4 screws from motor (6). Remove 4 screws
of pistons (4). The pistons can now be pulled out of
diaphragm (3) and the diaphragm can be removed as

6 Model – numbering system

Example of pump label…

Artikelnummer = Part number

Seriennummer = Serial number

7 Sectioned drawing

8 Spare parts list

Pos. Description Part. -No. Qty.

01 Pump Body, 316L ¾“ Tri-Clamp, Tube O.D. / BS 4825 / ISO 2037 590-6001 1
(590-2103 & 590-2102) ports: horizontal
Pump Body, 316L DN 10 Clamp ports to DIN 32676 for pipes to 590-6000 1
(590-2203 & 590-2202) DIN 11850
ports: horizontal
Pump Body, 316L ½“ Tri-Clamp, Tube O.D. / BS 4825 / ISO 2037 590-6002 1
(590-2303 & 590-2302) ports: suction from top, pressure front
02 Valve Chamber & O-Ring Polypropylene, Buna 20407031 1
in Pos. 2
03 Diaphragm & Pistons Santoprene® / Polypropylene 1
04 Cam & Screws Cam 3, 21,0 l/min (590-2103, -2203, -2303) 20400003 1
Cam & Screws Cam 2, 16,5 l/min (590-2102, -2202, -2302) 20400002 1
in Pos. 1
05 Adapter, 316L for mechanical part of pump / motor flange 1
06 Motor ECI 24.80 24 V, DC, 132 Watt 6903-6300 1
07 Variotronic D Motor electronics for ECI 24.80, 0 – 10 V in Pos. 8 1
(not shown, is part of electric cabinet) included
08 Stainless Steel Cabinet, With Touch Pad 0 – 100%, electronics Variotronic D 581-0000 1
240 #, electro polish (see details in parts list of cabinet)

Exploded drawing on following page.

8.1 Exploded drawing

9 Declaration of conformity

10 Dimensions

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