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causing the can to spin. These pumps all rely on centrifugal force as the fundamental principle by which they operate. Once the can is filled with water. As the water in the can rotates. a centrifugal pump is based around a casing filled with fluid. generating centrifugal force that channels it through a discharge outlet. and when applied in combination with a number of other centrifugal pumping principles. Centrifugal force affects an object or material moving in a circular pattern by causing it to pull away from the central axis or center point of the path along which it travels. Most centrifugal pumps rely on rotating impellers or vanes to provide rotary motion.Previous | Page 1/3 | PUMP THEORY Centrifugal Pumping Principles Many hydraulic systems employ centrifugal pumps to move fluid through a piping system. the pulley begins to rotate the shaft at high speed. it may be useful to consider a simplified version of an industrial pumping mechanism. Basic Centrifugal Pumping Concepts To better illustrate the essential principles of centrifugal pumping. This force can be used to regulate the pressure and motion within a pumping unit. This shaft has a pulley unit responsible for agitating the can with rotational movements. Discharged water creates a vacuum for atmospheric pressure to force more water out of the casing. forms an integral part of hydraulic mechanisms. dependant mostly on continued rotary motion and a constant supply of water. A special unit within the casing exerts fast rotary motion that causes the water to spin. . centrifugal force pushes it out toward the walls of the can where it is pressed against the edges of its container. though the design and implementation of these systems can vary according to capacity and project requirements. Generally. A cylindrical can with a pair of rotary vanes along its interior can be attached to a shaft. usually water. It is a continuous process.

where curved vanes begin to push it toward the edge of the casing in a spiral pattern. Vane and Impeller Functions The radial vanes within a water casing cause the water to spin when the casing rotates or when the vanes themselves are rotated. It is designed to match the shape of the casing surround the impeller in a centrifugal pump¸ and forms a passageway for discharged water. meaning that the kinetic energy it produces can be maintained if the water is caught and more water is supplied to the pump. The volute expands at certain intervals. a receiving container is usually employed to catch the spilling water and a surplus tank is attached to the shaft to maintain a continuous supply of liquid. Likewise. the water is directed into a discharge channel.” of the impeller unit. it begins to climb upward. The impeller rotates its blades. making them crucial components in most centrifugal pumping systems. • Volute: The volute is a single-plane spiraled curve that recedes from a central point. growing wider the further along the water flows. or “eye. the water pushes outward from the impeller and moves through a discharge channel at one end of the casing. The overflowing water moves at the same velocity as it does at the rim. When enough force has been applied. the impeller is an integral pumping unit because it provides the rotational force that moves the vanes. As the rotary force continues to apply pressure. eventually overflowing while the water at the center point is drawn downward. Scribd Upload a Document Search Documents .Because the water cannot continue moving outward through the walls of the can. water enters the casing through an inlet on the impeller. An inlet pipe channels water toward the center. Common types of vane and impeller designs include: • Straight Vane: In this basic configuration. The same centrifugal force effect can be achieved without the pulley mechanism by rotating only the vanes or impellers within the can. Therefore. causing the water to spin and generating centrifugal force that creates pressure along the impeller’s outer diameter. • Curved Vane: This design features both curved vanes and a curved casing.

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Storm water pumps for flood protection. water pollution control and industrial refuse tip effluents. irrigation and drainage pumping stations.5/3--10 Applications Sewage pumps.G 6 Pump type Channel type impeller DN of discharge pipe [mm] Impeller diameter [mm] Motor power P2 in kW (only correct for U motor designs) Number of poles in the motor Motor design U/U1/U2 = product temperature 30°C X/X1/X2 = flameproof. product temperature 40°C Material code G = grey cast iron G1= grey cast iron with variants G3= sea water design Automation products available: · PumpExpert · Hyamaster · hyatronic Baureihenheft Amacan K 1579. Operating data Heads H upto . for pumping all pre--screened or pre-- settled media not liable to twist. mixed water pumps and activated sludge pumps in sewage treatment plants.

motor design to VDE 0530 part 1/IEC 34--1. re--lubrication without dismantling the pumpset. protection type EEx d IIB T3. to IEC 38 for 400/690V supply voltage (also suitable for 380 V and 415 V mains). insulation class F. Drive Three-phase asynchronous motor. .78 parts 1 and 5/ EN 50014/EN 50018. 548 : grease lubricated. winding acc.up to motor sizes 646.close--coupledpumpwithchannel--typeimpeller. 30 m Capacity -. for installation in discharge pipes.custom--made programme : Q up to 2000 l/s Motor power P2upto 320 kW Product temperature: up to 40°C max. A liquid chamber filled with environment--friendly non--toxic paraffin oil between the seals ensures cooling and lubrication. enclosure type 58 to IEC 34-5/IP 68 to DIN 40050.up to motor sizes 806. maintenance--free anti--friction bearings -. 4310 : grease lubricated anti--friction bearings. independent of the direction of rotation. Bearings .standard programme : Q up to 1000 l/s -. single--stage. for flameproof units also VDE 0171/5. Shaft sealing Shaft sealing is effected by means of two elastomer bellows mechanical seals in tandem arrangement. submersion level: 20 m Design Wetinstalled. single--entry. 678.

Submersible motor pump with channel-type impeller for installation in discharge pipes OW 380 092-00 Materials Pump casing GG-25 Motor housing GG-25 Pump shaft C 45 N Shaft prot.4462 Casing wear ring GG-25/VG 434 Cathodic corrosion protection available . sleeve 1.4021.05 Impeller GG-25/Noridurâ Nuts and bolts A 4/1.

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their constructions. • Sign Up • | • Log In / 26 Download this Document for Free Prepared by PUMPS Md.Shamsuzzaman 28/11/09 2 Lesson Overview Lesson covers the type of pumps commonly installed on board ships. . safety operation. working principles. characteristics.

State the classification of pumps used for shipboard application.Learning Objectives 28/11/09 3 Definition of Pump Classification of Pumps Working principles of positive displacement pumps Construction features of positive displacement pumps Working principles of rotordynamic pumps Construction features of rotordynamic pumps Characteristics of pumps Safe operation of pumps Tutorial 28/11/09 4 1. .

2. 28/11/09 5 5. Explain the cause of efficiency drop in centrifugal pump. 7. With the aid of a labelled sketch. briefly explain the working principle of a typical  i) reciprocating pump  ii) gear pump  iii) vane pump  Iv) centrifugal pump Draw the pump performance (H-Q) curve for the centrifugal pump Tutorial 4. . Explain how suction condition of the pump may be improved 6.

explain the terms ‘self-priming’ and ‘non-self priming’. . 28/11/09 7 Definition Pump is a device that imparts energy to a fluid passing through it to enable the fluid to move from one point to another. 8.Tutorial 28/11/09 6 Briefly explain the differences between positive displacement and rotodynamic pumps. With reference to the operation of a pump.

pumps change both the velocity and the pressure passing through them.In practice. + Energy Flow in Pumping System Pump Kinetic energy At Suction 28/11/09 8 Pressure energy At Suction Kinetic energy At Discharge + Pressure energy At Discharge Energy flow from prime mover .

Pump losses  Types of Pumps Marine Pumps fall into two broad classes: 28/11/09 9 Positive Displacement Pumps  Rotordynamic Pumps Positive Displacement Pumps 28/11/09 10 Working Principles:  Fluid is displaced from the suction to the discharge by the mechanical variation of the volume of chamber or chambers at every stroke or rotation of the pump .

Volume of pump chamber alternately increases to draw the liquid in from suction pipe & then decreased to force the liquid out into the delivery pipe This may be done by either a reciprocating motion of a piston  or by a rotary motion of specially designed vanes. gears or screws Positive Displacement Pumps Characteristic 28/11/09 11  Self-priming  All the valves at the discharge side of the pumps must be kept open prior starting  Failure to do so will cause rapid increase of fluid pressure. leading to failure at the weakest point in the system  Relief valve is always fitted in the system to avoid such failure .

Screw. Vane pumps ) .where the liquid is forced through the pump casing by means of screws.Positive Displacement Pumps Subdivided into Two main categories: 28/11/09 12  Reciprocating Pumps . gears or vanes .where plunger or piston is reciprocated in a fluid cylinder .used for delivering moderate quantity at moderate pressure Reciprocating Pump Main Components 28/11/09 13  Cylinder .suitable for delivering small quantities at high pressure  Rotary Pumps ( Gear.

 Piston  Piston rod  Gland  Suction valve  Discharge valve Pump may be of Single acting or Double acting type Single Acting Reciprocating Pump 28/11/09 14  There is one suction & one discharge per cycle  Piston moves down during suction stroke  Causes low pressure to create & fluid to flow into cylinder by opening suction valve  Piston moves up during discharge stroke .

 Causes fluid to be compressed and pressurised  Discharge takes place by opening discharge v/v by high pressure fluid SUCTION STROKE DISCH STROKE 28/11/09 15  There is two suction & two discharge per cycle  Piston moves from left to right (one stroke)  Piston compresses fluid above piston (discharge)  Piston draws fluid below piston (suction) Double Acting Reciprocating Pump .

Pressure Pulsation 28/11/09 16  Pressure pulsations are inherent problem in reciprocating pump  It causes pipes to surge & vibrate  Pipes may become loose and break under heavy strain  Accumulators are used to reduce the impact of pressure surges Pressure St AB C B C A 28/11/09 17  Accumulators are air vessels .

or spring loaded device  Absorbs some energy during the pump discharge stroke  Releases this energy during low pressure period and raises the pressure in the pipe  Thus reduces the pressure pulsation by avoiding sharp drop in pressure Accumulators Gear Pump 28/11/09 18  It is a positive displacement pump  It consists of two meshing gears with one driving the other  Fluid flows between the casing and the gear teeth  .

Commonly employed for lube & fuel oil transfer  Must have relief valve installed in the system 28/11/09 19  Screw pumps are positive displacement pumps  Screws are meshed together with one driving other  Fluid is displaced through the recesses between the screws and the casing  May have single. double or triple screws Screw Pump 28/11/09 20  Vane pumps are positive displacement pumps .

 Rotors having slots for vanes  Centre of rotor is eccentric with casing  This causes vanes to move in and out as the rotor rotates  Causes change in volume in the respective chamber. similar to reciprocating pump Vane Pump Rotodynamic Pumps 28/11/09 21  Often Known as dynamic pumps or centrifugal pumps  Centrifugal pumps are more suitable for delivery of large quantities at low discharge pressure  Are Non-self priming pumps  .

Looses suction and unable to pump once air gets into the pump system  Must be primed before starting  Used on ship as G. pump.S.W.W. & F. S. Ballast Pump. cooling pumps .

Centrifugal Pump 28/11/09 22 Main Components .

 Impeller  Impeller wear ring  Volute Casing  Shaft  Ball bearing  Gland .

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28/11/09 23 Working Principle  Impeller rotates at high speed  Fluid enters through the ‘eye’ of the impeller  Fluid is thrown by centrifugal force from the centre (suction side) radially outwards to the periphery of impeller (discharge side)  High velocity fluid enters the stationary volute casing  Volute casing converts the kinetic energy of fluid into pressure energy at the discharge of the pump .

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Impeller Wear Ring 28/11/09 24  Located on the casing at the impeller suction  Must have clearance to allow rotation of impeller  If clearance is too small. fluid flows back to suction side  Cause drop in discharge pressure & pump efficiency . expansion  If clearance is too big. wear ring may come in contact with impeller due to misalignment.

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Curve A shows the pump capacity. given in terms of meters liquid column (mIc). given in terms of flow rate (normally M . as a function of the head developed by the pump.Centrifugal Pump  28/11/09 25 3 /hr). This curve is called thepump characteristic.

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28/11/09 26  Curve B shows the Net Positive Suction Head (NPSH) requirement for the pump as a function of flow rate. Centrifugal Pump PUMPS Download this Document for FreePrintMobileCollectionsReport Document Report this document? Please tell us reason(s) for reporting this document Spam or junk Porn adult content Hateful or offensive .The NPSH - requirement at any flow rate is the positive head of fluid required at the pump suction over and above the cargo's vapour pressure to prevent cavitation at the impeller.

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Keep this manual for the safety warn- ings and precautions. WARnInG iiaes a hazarous siuaio whih. o he labelig. operating. use . dAnGER iiaes a hazarous siuaio whih. maintenance and cleaning pro- cedures. inspection. IMPORtAnt SAFEtY InFORMAtIOn I his maual. oul resul i eah or serious iury. will resul i eah or serious iury. Write the product’s serial number in the back of the manual (or month and year of purchase if product has no num- ber). assembly. I is use o aler you o poeial persoal iury hazars. Obey all safey messages ha follow his symbol o avoi possible iury or eah. Keep this manual and the receipt in a safe and dry place for future reference. cAUtIOn. if o avoie. if o avoie. a all oher iformaio provi- e wih his prou: this is he safey aler symbol.

wih he safey aler symbol. oul resul i mior or moerae iury. is use o aress praies o relae o persoal iury. if o avoie. Wor area safey 1. nOtIcE is use o aress praies o relae o persoal iury. re and/or serious injury. The term ″power tool″ in the warnings refers to your line- operated (corded) power tool. a. Failure to follow the warnings and instructions may result in electric shock. wihou he safey aler symbol. Cluttered or dark areas invite acci- . cAUtIOn. Save all war i gs a isruios for fuure referee. Keep work area clean and well lit. iiaes a hazarous siuaio whih. Geeral Safey Warigs WARnInG Rea all safey warigs a isruios.

Unmodi- ed plugs and matching outlets will reduce risk of electric shock. Never modify the plug in any way. Avoid body contact with grounded b. while operating a power tool. Do not use any adapter plugs with grounded power tools. Page 3 ranges and refrigerators. plosive atmospheres. Elerial safey 2. outlet. such as in the presence of ammable liquids. please all 1-800-444-3353. Keep children and bystanders away c. radiators. SKU 66119 For ehial quesios. gases or dust. surfaces such as pipes.Distrac- tions can cause you to lose control.Power tools create sparks which may ignite the dust or fumes. dents.There is an increased risk of electric shock if your . Do not operate power tools in ex- b. Power tool plugs must match the a.

sharp edges or moving parts. kerosene. son or animal should be in contact with the waste water being pumped. the cord for carrying. To avoid electrical shock. etc. Do not pump hot liquid over 130° Fahrenheit. Do not abuse the cord. Do not pump explosive or ammable materials such as fuel oil. It is strongly recommended that this c. Keep cord away from heat. Never use f. Never walk on wet or damp area when the Pump is running in the same room. e. oils. Do not pump in close proximity to ammable or explosive materials.Damaged or entangled cords increase the risk of electric . or salt water.Ask a local electrician for easy installation instructions. Pump be plugged into a Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI). gasoline. Do not pump hazardous materials. body is grounded. pulling or un- plugging the power tool. oil.This Pump is designed to move waste water only. Do not pump fats. no per- d.

Use of a cord suit- able for outdoor use reduces the risk of electric shock. Do not use a power tool while you are tired or under the inuence of drugs.A moment of inattention while operating power tools may result in serious personal injury. Remove any adjusting key or wrench c. doors. Persoal safey 3. NIOSH- approved dust mask/respirator. and heavy work gloves used for appropri- ate conditions will reduce personal injuries. shock. Stay alert. use an extension cord suitable for outdoor use. watch what you are doing a. alcohol or medica- tion. b. Use personal protective equipment. When operating a power tool out- g. . and use common sense when operat- ing a power tool. Always wear ANSI-approved safety eye goggles.Safety equipment such as non-skid safety shoes.

Eye protection must be ANSI-approved and breath- ing protection must be NIOSH-ap- proved for the specic hazards in the work area. clothing or jewelry. Use the . Keep your hair.Unapproved safety equipment may not provide adequate protection. Only use safety equipment that has f. been approved by an appropriate standards agency. Do not force the power tool. jewelry or long hair can be caught in moving parts. Do not wear loose e. ing and balance at all times. Keep proper foot- d.This enables better control of the power tool in unexpected situations.Loose clothes.A wrench or a key left attached to a rotating part of the power tool may result in personal injury. Power ool use a are 4. clothing and gloves away from mov- ing parts. Do not overreach. before turning the power tool on. Dress properly.

Page 4 Do not use the Power Cord (1) or b.The correct power tool will do the job better and safer at the rate for which it was designed.Any power tool that cannot be controlled with the Power Cord is dangerous and must be repaired. Disconnect the Power Cord from the c. SKU 66119 For ehial quesios. changing accessories. or storing power tools. correct power tool for your applica- tion. Float Switch (20) if they do not turn the tool on and off.Such preventive safety measures reduce the risk of starting the power tool accidentally.a. Store idle power tools out of the d. power source before making any ad- justments.Power tools are . please all 1-800-444-3353. reach of children and do not allow persons unfamiliar with the power tool or these instructions to oper- ate the power tool.

Use of the power tool for operations different from those intended could result in a hazardous situation. Pump Safey Warigs This Pump has not been investigated . Have your power tool serviced by a. with these instructions.This will ensure that the safety of the power tool is maintained. breakage of parts and any other condition that may affect the power tool’s operation. dangerous in the hands of untrained users. If damaged. a qualied repair person using only identical replacement parts. taking into account the working conditions and the work to be performed. Use the power tool in accordance f. alignment or binding of moving parts. have the power tool repaired before use. Many accidents are caused by poorly maintained power tools. Servie 5. Maintain power tools. Check for mis- e.

unplug its Power Cord from its electri- cal outlet. for use in swimming pool or marine areas. These carry important . If you choose to assemble and use 5. the Pump.do o allow he Pump o ru ry. grounded. To turn off the Pump. When the level of waste water falls below the Float Switch.1. If you choose to assemble and use 4. the Pump in a continuous run mode (without the Float Switch (20) at- tached) the Pump will turn on im- mediately when its Power Cord (1) is plugged into a 115 volt. This Pump is acceptable for indoor 3. and outdoor use. the Pump will turn on only when the level of waste water reach- es the height-adjustable Float Switch. Maintain labels and nameplates on 6. the Pump will automatically shut off. electrical outlet. Pump. the Pump in an automatic on/off mode (with the Float Switch (20) at- tached). Do not use extension cords with this 2.

of reach of children. . Electromagnetic elds in close prox- imity to heart pacemaker could cause pacemaker interference or pacemak- er failure. Turn off the tool. Avoid unintentional starting. Prepare 7. please all 1-800-444-3353. people with pacemakers should: • Avoid operating alone. In addition. If unreadable or missing. when it is plugged into an electrical outlet. safety information. Page 5 This product is not a toy. • Do not use with power switch locked on. Do not leave the Pump unattended 8. to begin work before turning on the Pump. SKU 66119 For ehial quesios. People with pacemakers should 10. contact Harbor Freight Tools for a replacement. Keep it out 9. and unplug it from its electrical outlet before leav- ing. consult their physician(s) before use.

Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) should also be implemented it prevents sustained electrical shock. et seq. Wash hands after handling. Performance of this Pump may vary 11.5. but must be supplied by the operator. a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer. • Properly maintain and inspect to avoid electrical shock. (1) on this product will expose you to lead. depending on variations in local line voltage. GROUndInG tO PREVEnt . WARNING: Handling the Power Cord 12.) The warnings. • The Power Cord (1) must be prop- erly grounded. SAVE tHESE InStRUctIOnS. and in- 13. (California Health & Safety Code § 25249. It must be understood by the operator that common sense and caution are factors which cannot be built into this product. precautions. and birth defects or other reproductive harm. structions discussed in this instruction manual cannot cover all possible con- ditions and situations that may occur. Extension cord usage may also affect Pump performance.

have hem repaire by a servie failiy before use. . please all 1-800-444-3353. never remove he grouig prog from he Plugs. If the tool should electrically malfunction or break down. If amage. quired” have a three wire cord and three prong grounding Plug. have a proper oule isalle by a qualifed electrician. grounding provides a low SKU 66119 For ehial quesios. If he Power cor Plug will not ft the outlet. do o use he Pump if he Power cors or Plugs are amage. Groue tools: tools wih three Prog Plugs Tools marked with “Grounding Re- 1. do o moify he Power cor Plug (1) or Floa Swih Plug (20) provie wih he Pump. ELEctRIc SHOck And dEAtH FROM IncORREct GROUndInG WIRE cOnnEctIOn: Check with a qualifed eleriia if you are i oub as o wheher he oule is properly groue. The plug must be connected to a properly grounded outlet.

The Plug and outlet should look like those in the preceding illustration.) SYMBOLOGY Double Insulated Canadian Standards Association Underwriters Laboratories. connected through the green wire in- side the cord to the grounding system in the tool. The green wire in the cord must be the only wire connected to the tool’s grounding system and must never be attached to an electrically “live” terminal. (See 3-Prog Plug a Oule. Inc. (See 3-Prog Plug a Oule.(See 3-Prog Plug a Oule. Page 6 resistance path to carry electricity away from the user.) The grounding prong in the Plug is 2. reducing the risk of electric shock. V~ Volts Alternating Current A . properly installed and grounded in accordance with all codes and ordinances. appropriate outlet.) The tool must be plugged into an 3.

SJOW Float Switch Cord: 16AWG x 2C SJOW Maximum Pumping Capacity 77 Gallons Per Minute Pump Lift Capacity 32 Feet Inlet & Outlet Size 1-5/8” x 2” .11. 90° Elbow (Qty.No Load Revolutions per Minute (RPM) SPEcIFIcAtIOnS Pump Applications Removes Waste Contaminants up to 1-1/2” Diameter Electrical Input 115 V~ / 60 Hz / 2/5 HP 11 Amps / 3400 RPM Power Plug: 3-Prong. 1) UnPAckInG . Grounded Power Cord: 16AWG X 3C .5 NPT Self Priming Yes Automatic Overload Protection Yes Accessories 2” Diameter.Amperes n0xxxx/min.

SKU 66119 For ehial quesios. check to make sure that the item is intact and undamaged. noe:For additional information regarding the parts listed in the following pages. Set the Pump on a level. PUMP InStALLAtIOn And OPERAtIOn Rea he EntIRE IMPORtAnt SAFEtY InFORMAtIOn seio a he begiig of his maual iluig all ex uer subheaigs herei before se up or use of his prou. solid foun- . refer to the Assembly Diagram near the end of this manual. please call Harbor Freight Tools at the number shown on the cover of this manual as soon as possible. If any parts are missing or broken. When unpacking. please all 1-800-444-3353. Page 7 tO PREVEnt SERIOUS InjURY FROM AccIdEntAL OPERAtIOn: Uplug he Pump from is elerial oule before assemblig or maig ay ausmes o he ool.

charge area. You may rmly attach a rope to the Carrying Handle of the Pump.(See Figure A. nOtE:Themaximum delivery height of the Pump is 32 feet.) Route the hose to the desired dis- 5. dation in the lowest area of the tank.) Connect a 2” diameter hose (not in- 4. . IMPORTANT: Never suspend the 3. heat or cold. The hose should be kept as short as possible with a minimum number of turns. sump. (See Figure A. Additional plastic 90° elbows should be used if necessary to prevent hose kinking. ex page. Never operate the Pump on earth.1. Pump from its Power Cord (1) or dis- charge hose. or gravel surfaces. sand.) Avoid installation in areas of extreme 2. or receptacle where liquid level is no less than 3” above the suction inlet of the Pump.(See Figure A. cluded) rmly onto the 90° Elbow (32) of the Pump. clay.

between the check valve and the Pump. When the level of waste wa- ter drops below the Float Switch. into the nearest 115 volt outlet tted .adjustable Float Switch.) Plug the Power Cord (1) of the Pump 9. the Pump will automatically shut off.) If you choose to assemble and use 8.do o allow he Pump o ru ry. To turn off the Pump. (See Figure A. grounded. it is recommended you use a check valve (not included) to prevent back ow. unplug its Power Cord from its electri- cal outlet. electrical outlet. of ten feet.) If you choose to assemble and use 7. the Pump in an automatic on/off mode (with the Float Switch (20) attached). drill a 3/16” diameter hole in the hose. (See Figure A. To avoid air locks in the Pump. the Pump in a continuous run mode (without the Float Switch (20) at- tached) the Pump will turn on im- mediately when its Power Cord (1) is plugged into a 115 volt.(See Figure A. If the hose you install runs in excess 6. the Pump will turn on only when the level of waste water reaches the height . which could lead to rapid cycling.

(See Figure A.) If running the Pump with the Float 11.with a Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) to turn on the unit. Page 8 FIGURE A tO cOnnEct tHE FLOAt SWItcH 115 VOLt GFcI OUtLEt 2” dIAMEtER dIScHARGE HOSE FLOAt SWItcH . please all 1-800-444-3353. continuous mode.) If running the Pump in the 10. Switch (20) connected.) SKU 66119 For ehial quesios. Unplug the Power Cord (1) from its GFCI electrical outlet to turn off the Pump. (See Figure A.(See Figure A. the Float Switch will automatically turn off the Pump when the level of waste water drops below the Switch.

tO PREVEnt SERIOUS InjURY FROM AccIdEntAL OPERAtIOn: Uplug he Pump from is elerial oule before performig ay ispeio. or leaig proeures. maieae. tO PREVEnt SERIOUS InjURY FROM tOOL FAILURE: do o use amage equipme. have he .(20) cHEck VALVE OR UnIOn HAndLE 3/16” AIR BLEEd HOLE MAIntEnAncE And SERVIcInG Procedures not specifcally explaie i his maual mus be performe oly by a qualifed technician. If abormal oise or vibraio ours.

Check to make 2. general condition of the Pump. 3. damaged electrical wiring. rocks. 4. clean external surfaces of the Pump with clean cloth. (See Assy. cracked or broken parts. and debris. sure the Base (35) is free of dirt. diagram. safe location out of reach of children and other unauthorized persons. dry. WARNING! If the Power Cord (1) of this Pump is damaged. and any other condition that may affect its safe operation. misalignment or binding of moving parts. BEFORE EACH USE. inspect the 1. SKU 66119 For ehial quesios.) AFTER USE. BEFORE EACH USE. problem orree before furher use. it must be replaced only by a qualied service technician. damaged discharge hose. Check for loose screws. Then store the Pump in a clean. Page 9 . please all 1-800-444-3353.

THE MANUFACTURER AND/OR DISTRIBUTOR EXPRESSLY STATES THAT ALL REPAIRS AND PARTS REPLACEMENTS SHOULD BE UNDERTAKEN BY CERTIFIED AND LICENSED TECHNICIANS. installed backwards. NEITHER THE MANUFACTURER OR DISTRIBUTOR MAKES ANY REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY OF ANY KIND TO THE BUYER THAT HE OR SHE IS QUALIFIED TO MAKE ANY REPAIRS TO THE PRODUCT. OR THAT HE OR SHE IS QUALIFIED TO REPLACE ANY PARTS OF THE PRODUCT. Impeller clogged. Base clogged. . 1. 5. The necessary waste water 2. but will not deliver any waste water. AND NOT BY THE BUYER. THE BUYER ASSUMES ALL RISK AND LIABILITY ARISING OUT OF HIS OR HER REPAIRS TO THE ORIGINAL PRODUCT OR REPLACEMENT PARTS THERETO. height (3”) falls below the minimum water level. IN FACT. Optional check valve stuck or 4. 3. PLEASE REAd tHE FOLLOWInG cAREFULLY THE MANUFACTURER AND/OR DISTRIBUTOR HAS PROVIDED THE PARTS LIST AND ASSEMBLY DIAGRAM IN THIS MANUAL AS A REFERENCE TOOL ONLY. OR ARISING OUT OF HIS OR HER INSTALLATION OF REPLACEMENT PARTS THERETO. tROUBLESHOOtInG Problem Possible causes Possible Soluios Pump runs. Low line voltage.

the unit and clean out the Impeller. 1. rocks. 3. 4. Consult with an elecrician. . 3. Check power connections and 1. 4. circuits/fuses. Have a qualied service technician dismantle 5. Water level too low (if using 2. Have a qualied service technician dismantle 3. There must be at least 3” deep waste water 2.Clean out dirt. Defective motor. 2. for the Pump to operate properly. Remove and examine check valve. Pump won’t start or run. Move the Float Switch to a lower location. 1. and debris from Base. the Float Switch. Impeller clogged. Consult with an electrician.

Have a qualied service technician dismantle 2. Debris in Impeller. Back ow of water from 2. 2. Do not exceed temperatures above 130° 1. 1. Excessive noise or vibration. replace. Have a qualied service technician repair or 4. Water temperature too high. Discharge hose restricted. Pump starts and stops too frequently. Clean Pump and discharge hose. . discharge hose.and clean out the Impeller. 3. 1. Have a qualied service technician repair or 1. replace. Worn bearings. 3. and clean out the Impeller.

Fahrenheit. the belts (if so equipped). and the blades (if so equipped) are free of defects in materials and workmanship. or to lack of maintenance. normal wear and tear. SKU 66119 For ehial quesios. noe:Some parts are listed and shown for illustration purposes only. Page 11 Reor  Prou  ’s Serial number Here: noe:If product has no serial number. LIMItEd 1 YEAR / 90 dAY WARRAntY Harbor Freight Tools Co. that all other parts and components of the product are free from defects in materials and workmanship (90 days if used by a professional contractor or if used as rental equipment). abuse. so the above limitation of exclusion may not apply to you. please all 1-800-444-3353. 2. record month and year of purchase instead. EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. repairs or alterations outside our facilities. disoe power supply before servie. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages. and warrants to the original purchaser that for a period of ninety days from date of purchase that the engine/motor. Install or inspect optional check valve. makes every effort to assure that its products meet high quality and durability standards. or for incidental. injuries to persons or property. and are not avail- able individually as replacement parts. negligence or accidents. We shall in no event be liable for death. INCLUDING THE WARRANTIES OF . Har- bor Freight Tools also warrants to the original purchaser. This warranty does not apply to damage due directly or indirectly. please all 1-800-444-3353. THIS WARRANTY IS EXPRESSLY IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES. contingent. special or con- sequential damages arising from the use of our product. Follow all safey preauios wheever iagosig or serviig he ool. Page 10 PARtS LISt & ASSEMBLY dIAGRAM SKU 66119 For ehial quesios. to misuse. for a period of one year from date of purchase.

If our inspection veries the defect. or that the defect resulted from causes not within the scope of our warranty. Proof of purchase date and an explanation of the com- plaint must accompany the merchandise. 3491 Mission Oaks Blvd. We will return re. we will ei- ther repair or replace the product at our election or we may elect to refund the purchase price if we cannot readily and quickly provide you with a replacement. CA 93011 • (800) 444-3353 Sewage Pump Download this Document for FreePrintMobileCollectionsReport Document Report this document? Please tell us reason(s) for reporting this document Spam or junk Porn adult content Hateful or offensive If you are the copyright owner of this document and want to report it.paired products at our expense. This warranty gives you specic legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. please follow these directions to submit a copyright infringement notice. then you must bear the cost of returning the product. To take advantage of this warranty. but if we determine there is no defect. Info and Rating Reads: 893 Uploaded: . Report Cancel This is a private document. the product or part must be returned to us with transportation charges prepaid. • PO Box 6009 • Camarillo.MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS.

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