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OPERATION, INSTALLATION,

SERVICE and REPAIR


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MODEL 3578 and D-5578
DYNAMOMETERS
REVISED (MAY 1992)
G O ~ P O W R SYSTEMS
1419 UPFIELD DRIVE CARROLLTON, TX 75006
INTRODUCTION
The -300 and -500 Series dynamometer described in this manual
provide a more flexible means to determine peak engine
performance than has previously been possible. Principally
designed for portable applications, they can either be
mounted directly to the engine bellhousing or driveshaft.
Dynamometer testing provides a more positive method to
evaluate . engine performance than the various tune-up
instruments now in use because, unlike these instruments, the
dynamometer measures actual horsepower output of the engine.
By simulating actual loads and operating conditions, the
dynamometer can be effectively used for durability testing,
continuous operation testing and component testing. By
accurately measuring output, dynamometer testing shows what
combination of adjustments and components will provide
optimum engine performance.
SE<;TION I
1-1
1-2
1-3
1-4
1-5
1-6
SECTION II
2-1
2-2
2-3
2-4
2-5
2-6
2 .. 7
2-8
2-9
2-10
TABLE OF CONTENTS
OPERATION
Purpose and Description
Scope
Use of Notes Cautions and Warnings
Principle of Operation
Instrumentation and Equipment
Unpacking Dynamometer
INSTALLATION
General
Engine Mounting and Support
Cooling System Water Supply Requirements
Exhaust System
Dynamometer Mounting/Connection to Engine
Instrumentation Connections
Oiling System
Direction of Rotation
Pre-starting Check List
Starting Engine
SECTION III MAINTENANCE AND MINOR ASSEMBLY
3-1 Hydraulic Load Cells
3-2 Torque CalibraJion of Dynamometer
3-3 Magnetic Pick-up Sensor (RPM)
SECTION IV TROUBLE SHOOTING
4-1 Trouble Shooting Procedures
SECTION V ILLUSTRATIONS
5-l Typical Water Flow Requirements
5-2 Horsepower and Torque Operating Capacities
5-3 Illustrated Parts Breakdown
5-4 Dimensional Drawings
5-5 Seal Feed Illustrations
5-6 Porting Configurations
5-7 Torque Calibration Arm Illustration
5-8 Illustrations, Pneuma tic and
Electric Oiling Systems
5-9 Spline Date-Dimensional Data
5-10 Part Numbers, Assemblies and Description
Section I
OPERATION
Purpose and Description
This manual provides information necessary for safe and
efficient operation and maintenance of engine dynamometer
models D-357B and 557B. This equipment is by
Go-Power Systems, Livonia, Michigan and is generally referred
to as the 300 and 500 series aluminum bronze dynamometers.
1-2 Scope ,
This manual is divided into five sections. Section I
describes the operation of the engine dynamometer. Section
II provides information necessary for installation of the
unit. Section III contains information for maintenance and
minor repairs. Section IV provides the troubleshooting
procedures for the system. Section V contains illustration
and complete parts listing.
1-3 Use of Notes, Cautions, and Warnings
Inserts in the text are used to emphasize important and
critical instructions. The meaning and importance of each is
noted below. It is imperative that these inserts be read and
thoroughly understood before performing any procedure
described in this manual. In . all cases, the inserts will
precede the procedure or condition to which it applies.
Warning
An operating procedure practice etc, which if not correctly
followed, could result in severe personal injury.
Caution
An operating procedure, practice etc., which if not correctly
observed, could result in damage to, or destruction of
equipment.
An operating procedure, condition etc., which is essential to
highlight.
1-4 Principle of Operation
The 300 and 500 Series . Dynamometers act essentially as a
turbulent-action water brake and operate on raw water waste
principle. This' system converts the rotating torque of the
engine to stationary torque that can be exactly measured and
calculated in terms of horsepower. SimpJy stated, as the
amount of water within the dynamometer is increased, the
load, or resistance on the engine, is also increased. the
resistance developed by the dynamometer increases with the
speed of the engine. This resistance is exactly measured and
is calculated in terms of horsepower. See dynamometer
operating graphs that show the operating limits for the 300
and 500 Series dynamometers. These dynamometers can be
operated continuously at any power level within their
capacities.
Specifically, resistance is created by the volume of water
within the dynamometer acting upon the straight vanes of the
stators and rotors. The volume of water within the
dynamometer is determined by the flow rate of the water
passing through the unit. This flow rate is controlled by
both an inlet control valve, located in the water inlet line,
and by passing the outlet water through orifices of a fixed
size. At the same time, the power developed by the engine is
absorbed within the dynamometer, converted into heat, and
dissipated into the water flowing out of the unit. There is
a marked temperature rise in the water flowing through the
dynamometer. It might enter at 60F and leave at l20F.
However, the waste water temperature normally should not
exceed 160F and should be checked periodically while the
dynamometer is in operation.
The rotors are fastened to the mainshaft. The stators are an
integral part of the dynamometer housing which rotates,
within two trunnion bearings, in the same direction as the
rotors. However, these stator housings are restrained from
rotating by the load cells which are attached to the trunnion
supports. The load cells have a hydraulic cylinder and
piston. When force is applied to the load cell piston, the
pressure induced in the load cell is transmitted to a torque
gauge or pressure transducer. Optional electronic strain
gauge load cells are available.
The speed signals from the dynamometer are derived from a
speed sensor assembly, attached to the mainshaft. The
magnetic pickup type sensor consists of a 60-tooth gear and
magnetic pickup. This sensor is read out on an analog or
digital instrument. The optional mechanical drive type speed
sensor assembly operates in a similar manner to a
speedometer. The dynamometer is linked to the instrument
panel via a rotating flexible cable.
1-5 Instrumentation and Equipment
While it is possible to use a variety of devices in
conjunction with the engine dynamometer system, it is highly
recommended that the equipment specifically designed for this
system be used.
1-6 Unpacking Dynamometer
When unpacking the unit check for concealed shipping damage.
Also, check items listed on this page to ensure that
equipment supplied was received. When ordering replacement
parts, model number of dynamometer must be specified.
Items Supplied With Dynamometer
Part# Quantity Description
Coml I Bolt Set
Consisting of:
8 ea I/4-28 x I I/2 SHCS
2 ea I/4-20 x I/2 FHCS
2,ea I/4-20 x 3/4 FHCS
43223 I Water Inlet Hose Assembly
Consisting of:
I5 ft. I" hose (44I54)
2 ea Hose Clamp (44I73)
I ea Q.D. Fitting Female (44284-0I)
43224 I (357) Water Outlet Hose Assembly
2 (557)
Consisting of:
I5 ft I" hose (44154)
I ea Hose Clamp (44713)
I ea Q.D. Fitting, Male (43194)
50I65 I Seal Feed Line Assembly 20ft.
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SECTION II
INSTALLATION
2-1 General
The 300 and 500 series dynamometers can either be mounted
directly on the engine bellhousing in the same manner as
a standard shift transmission, or can be mounted in a
common frame with the engine and driven by .a drive
shaft. Equipment required consists of an engine stand
(If the unit is to be directly mounted) a cooling system,
engine exhaust system, and water supply.
2-2 Engine Mounting asnd Support
Where the dynamometer is to be mounted directly to the
engine, the engine need only be supported rather than
bolted into the engine test stand. Since no torque is
transmitted outside the perimeter of the engine
bellhousing and the dynamometer the engine support stand
does not require bolting to the floor.
Where the dynamometer is to be driveshaft coupled to the
engine, the dynamometer must be secured in a common
frame and aligned within close angular displacements.
Consult factor for applica.tion requirements.
See listing in back of manual for adapters available for
direct on engine application.
WARNING
If the dynamometer is to be driveshaft driven,
it is recommended that a cover be installed
over the driveshaft to provide protection to
personnel and equipment in the event of
driveshaft or universal joint failure.
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2-3 Cooling System Water Supply
Requirements
The engine and dynamometer requirements are basically
determined by the horsepower, output level of the engine.
Most engines use approximately 2.66 gallons of water per
horsepower hour. The pressure requirements are nominal and
city line pressure is usually adequate. See diagrams in back
of manual for typical water flow requirements. If
sufficient pressure is not available, a centrifugal pump
capable of meeting flow rate requirements powered by at least
a 3 HP engine or motor, may be used.
If a CT-102 or CT-103 cooling tower is being used, it should
be mounted on the front of the engine support stand so that
the water supply or suction lines to the water pump and the
return lines to the tower can be easily Also,
with the cooling tower mounted on the support stand, the
engine oil cooling system (CT-102 only), built into the
cooling tower, may also be utilized.
2-4 Exhaust System
A good exhaust and muffler system should be used with the
engine being tested to ensure maximum benefit from
dynamometer testing, the lower shelf structure of the S-80 1
engine test stand is designed to accommodate most exhaust
system configurations.
WARNING
The exhaust system should always be installed
to direct exhaust and noise away from the test
area. Also, the test area should be well
ventilated to avoid excessive ambient
temperature rise, and to expel exhaust fumes.
2-5 Dynamometer Mounting/Connection to
Engine
The dynamometer is attached to the engine bellhousing in the
same manner as a standard transmission. A support disk,
fastened to the support plate, centers the dynamometer on the
bellhousing while the support plate fastens the dynamometer
to the bellhousing. The support plate bolt pattern is pre-
drilled to fit most ford and chevrolet bellhousings.
Adaptation to other engine bellhousing simply requires
drilling additional holes in the support plate to fit the
particular bellhousing. If holes interfere, rotate plate one
bolt hole index, then drill. The standard clutch disk and
flywheel pressure plate drives the adapter shaft which is
attached to the flange on the end of the dynamometer main
shaft.
2-6 Instrumentation Connections
Instrument connections are dependent on the console used.
Instrument connections and calibration should be made in
accordance with the manual supplied with the particular
instrument.
2-7 Oiling System
The oiling system recommended for use with the 300 and 500
series dynamometers comes complete with connecting lines and
quick disconnect fittings installed. No special tool are
required for servicing. See oiling system diagram in back of
manual for simplified flow schematic for OS-56 electric and
OS-56 Pneumatic oiling system. One drop per second of
automatic transmission fluid is used in this system.
2-8 Direction of Rotation
Some engines such as Corvair, Porsche, certain marine, etc.,
rotate in a right hand (clockwise) direction (engine viewed
from bellhousing side). Unless otherwise specified when
placing order, all 300 and 500 series dynamometers are
factory set for counter clockwise rotation.
The following procedures are for changing the direction of
rotation for each of the 300 and 500 series dynamometers
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1. Remove load cell interconnecting lines.
2. Remove set screw
3. Remove load cell (unscrew)
4. Remove setscrew and load cell stop bolt
5. Move load cells to bottom of trunnion support
flange and reinstall on the same side of
dynamometer which they were removed. (top
left to bottom left).
6. Remove pushrod bolt, rotate 180 and
reinstall bolt.
7. Reinstall load cell stop bolt and setscrew.
(See Diagram in back of manual for proper
clearance adjustment).
8. Reinstall load cell inter connecting lines.
9. Bleed system. (see section 3-1 for load cell
bleeding procedure).
10. Install water inlets and outlets. (See
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porting diagram in back of manual for proper
inlet and outlet configuration).
Pre-starting Check List
These steps are advised to ensure that all installation and
set up procedures have been properly performed.
I. Check all electrical connections. All
switches off.
2. Turn on water supply to dynamometer and
cooling system.
3. Turn on oiling system for the dynamometer.
Ensure that the oil feed lines fill and that
oil is supplied to the dynamometer bearings.
4. Check all engine and dynamometer connections
for leaks. Tighten if required.
5. Check that water outlet lines drain away from
test bed and are below the dynamometer.
6. Allow water supply to dynamometer to remain
on. A small amount of water will prolong seal
life.
CAUTION
Be sure that seal feed line is connected to
pressure side of dynamometer control valve.
(See diagram in back of manual for proper seal
feed)
2-10 Starting Engine
Begin engine test as follows.
I. Start engine check instrumentation immediately
to ensure that engine oil pressure rises to
proper level.
2. To apply load to engine after warm up simply
turn the load control knob allowing water to
flow through the dynamometer. The amount of
water flowing through the dynamometer will
determine the load level.
3. Break-in runs per the recommendations of the
engine manufacturer can now be made.
NOTE
The air valve mounted on the dynamometer
stator is designed to vent the unit so as to
prevent vacuum or air pressure build-up in the
absorber.
It's function is also to keep water from
flowing out through the valve when the
absorber is completely filled. However,
during load and/or speed change operations, it
is normal for a few drops of water to escape
out through the valve.
SECTION Ill
MAINTENANCE AND MINOR DISASSEMBLY
3-1 Hydraulic Load Cells
The following steps are for the disassembly and assembly
of the hydraulic load cells.
I.) Remove the torque line fittings and
drain fluid from the load cell.
2.) Remove the four socket-head capscrews
from the load cell cap.
3.) Remove the diaphragm and piston/stem assembly
from the load cell body.
4.) Separate the diaphragm from the
piston/stem assembly.
ASSEMBLING THE LOAD CELL
1.) The replacement diaphragm must be
placed over the piston ( nipple up
or fabric side up) and folded back
over itself to ensure proper
operation of t ~ load cell.
2.) Insert diaphragm and piston/stem
assembly into the load cell body.
3.) Install load cell cap and tighten
capscrews.
4.) Coat load cell thread with neversieze and
secure load cell into appropriate hole in
trunnion support.
5.) Blow into load cell gap before installing
load cell to ensure piston is at bottom to
its travel. Fill load cell with Dow Corning
type 200 silicone fluid
6.) Insert and tighten the torque line connector in
the load cell cap.
7.) Connect the torque line stub assembly and
quick disconnect.
8.) Bleed load cells as outlined in the
following Paragraph.
LOAD CELL BLEEDING
The load cells used in this system are bled in a similar
manner as automotive brakes. Dow Corning silicone fluid
is used in the system. To bleed the load cell, proceed as
follows:
I.) If connected, disconnect the torque line from the
instrument console to the load cell, at the stub
assembly.
2.) Connect squirt can to load cell lines. Open
bleed screw and pump slowly. Continue pumping
until clear, air free fluid flows from
bleedscrew. Tighten bleedscrew.
3.) Reconnect torque line.
3-2 Torque Calibration of Dynamometer
Attach the arm (see illustration in back of manual) for
standard, counterclockwise, engine installation. For
clockwise rotating engines, the arm should be installed on
the tachometer end of the dynamometer on the opposite (right
side as viewed from the tachometer end) of the standard
installation.
To check calibration, a basket of appropriate weight should
be constructed for the torque range to ~ tested. Add the
"effective weight" stamped on the calibration arm to twice
the combined weight of the basket and weights. For example,
if the effective weight of the arm was 44 lbs, and the weight
of the basket was 12 lbs, then with additional weight of 25
lbs the formula would be 4.4 + 2 (12 + 25) = a gage reading
of 78.4 lbs. For the best results, average two readings
taken with the same weight. The first, or ascending reading
should be taken after lifting up the arm and releasing it
slowly. The second or descending, reading should be taken
after pressing down on the arm and releasing it slowly.
At any point in it's range, the torque gage should
correspond to the test weight within 1/2% of full scale
following the procedure outlined above. If not adjust the
torque gage as described in the manual supplied with the
instrument panel used.
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3-4
MAGNETIC PICK-UP SENSOR (RPM)
Disassembly
1.) Disconnect cable.
2.) Loosen locknut and unscrew magnetic sensor.
Assembly
1.) Rotate dynamometer shaft until a gear
tooth lines up with the center of
tapped hole.
2.) Carefully install magnetic' sensor and turn it
until it makes contact with the gear tooth.
Reverse 1/8 to 1/4 turn and tighten the lock-nut
making sure that the magnetic sensor does not
rotate. This adjustment will provide the desired
gap of .007" to .014" between gear and magnetic
sensor.
SECTION IV
TROUBLESHOOTING
The engine dynamometer system was thoroughly tested before
shipment to provide trouble-free operation. However, under
some operating conditions, certain problems could occur while
conducting engine tests which would detrimentally effect
either dynamometer operation or cause errors in test results.
The following table lists some possible problems that occur
and presents suggested remedies for their solution.
PROBLEM
Water Leak
Oil Leak
PROBABLE CAUSE
Loose water inlet or
outlet fittings
Mechanical shaft seal
or gasket failure
Loose or improperly
seated hydraulic
fittings
Seal failure
Noise in unit Bearing failure or
foreign material
Leaking air Check valve failure
inlet
REMEDY
Tighten .
fittings
Replace seal
or gasket
Check oiling
system lines and
fittings
Replace oil
seal
Replace
bearing, check
for foreign
material
Replace check
valve
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Uncontrollable
loading
No or low
torque reading
PROBABLE CAUSE
Insufficient inlet
water supply pressure
Restricted water
outlet
Missing outlet
restrictor.
Faulty air inlet
Faulty water control
valve
Low fluid level in
Load cells
Dirt in system
Load cell failure
e.g.,broken diaphragm
REMEDY
Increase water supply
pressure (see Section II
for water pressure supply
requirements)
Check for pinched outlet
line, hose outlet above
dynamometer, or other
restrictions. Hose
must drain to atmosphere
below dynamometer.
Replace restrictor
Replace check valve
Replace water control
valve
Replenish fluid in torque
load cells. Re-bleed
load cell system (see
Section III for fluid and
bleeding procedures
Clear all fluid from
lines and load cells,
clean line fittings,
refill and re-bleed
bleed load cell system
(See Section III, for
fluid type and bleeding
procedures)
Replace or repair load
repair load cell. (see
Section III, for load
cell repair procedures
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PROBLEM.
Leaking load
cell system
High torque
reading
Faulty speed
signal
PROBABLE CAUSE
REMEDY
Insufficient inlet
water supply
Broken torque pressure
line
Faulty test instrument
meter
Loose fittings or
broken diaphragm
Stuck load cell e.g.,
piston stuck in closed
position
Pushrod broken or mis-
adjusted.
Loose gear
Faulty magnetic
pickup
Improper clearance
between magnetic
pick-up and gear
Faulty instrumentation
Increase input water
supply pressure (see
Section II for typical
water pressure
requirements)
Replace or repair torque
torque pressure line.
Refer to instrument
manual for adjustment
/calibration procedures.
Tighten fittings or
replace diaphragm. (see
Section III for load cell
repair procedures)
Replace or repair load
cell. (See Section III,
for load cell repair pro-
cedures)
Replace or repair load
cell. (See Section III
for load cell repair pro-
cedures)
Remove cover plate and
tighten gear mounting
capscrews.
Using OHM meter, check
resistance of magnetic
pickup approx. 50 OHMS.
Check or adjust for .007
to .014. (See Section
III for adjustment)
Check instrument connect-
ions; ;if condition per-
sists, refer to
instrument manual for
troubleshooting
procedures.
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PROBLEM
Excessive
vibration
PROBABLE CAUSE REMEDY
Loose mounting Check that all connect-
ing hardware is properly
torqued.
Improper alignment on
engine (bellhousings
are sometimes out-of-
parallel with end of
engine)
Use of wrong
bellhousing adapter
No pilot bearing
installed in end of
crankshaft
Worn or bent shaft or
spline
Check alignment centerline
of dynamometer; should be
within .005 of crankshaft
centerline.
Check that proper support
disk is installed. See
adapter list for
available adapters.
Check for installation of
pilot bearing, install as
necessary.
Check spline of dyna-
mometer mainshaft for
wear; replace if
necessary.
TYPICAL WATER FLOW REQUIREMENTS
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LOAD CELL
43120.
CAPSCREW, socket head 1032 X 1/2 4 COML.
CAP, Load cell
I 43121-1
DIAPHRAGM, Rubber I 43154
PISTON I 43123-1
STEM, Pislon I 43124-3
BUSHING,OIIile 2 43225
BODY, Load cell I 43122
TUBING,NJion.3/16 O.D. (D8DA3168 516 ONLY) 3ocs 41057
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2 SPRING RETAINER 43234-'1
3 SEAL FACE 4321601
4 'o'RING,SEAL 45212
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43605
43606
43607
43608
43609
43610
43611
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2 TUBING -J O.D.(6fLONG) 54332 2
3 t N.P.T X ;t TUBE, FITTING 54372 2
4 C.P. STREET'T' 45098
5 t COUPLER 44172
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(A)
WATER IN, CLOCKWISE ROTATION.
WATER IN,COUNTER-CLOCKWISE ROTATION.
NOTE:
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Porting Configuration

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. WATER OUT, CLOCKWISE ROTATION.
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2 CORD SET I 1!1740
3 KILLARK,FITTING I 41731
4 KILLARK,NUT I 41732
FUSE HOLDER I 834006
6 2 omp FUSE,SLOW BLOW I 834002
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ltg N.P.T. FITTING,ADAPTER I 43173
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l/4 HOSEEND 2 441751
13 PRESSURE GAUGE I 43769
14 SENDER,OIL PESSURE I 44165
15 OUICK DISCONNECTIFEMALEI 2 43191-2
16 COMPRESSION NUT 2 43765
17 'T'HEADER I 43762
18 COMPRESSION SLEEVE 4 43763
19 COMPRESSION BUSHING 2 43764
20 'T'FITTING(NYLONJ I
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23 TOGGLE SWITCH I 41171
24 '116 TUBING I I loollong I z 41046
25 '116 TUBING (10 lootlono I I 41046
26 V
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27 If .a NYLON HOSE (10 loollongl I f44174

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55 X DOUBLE ROTOR
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SBSY PN# INDIV. PN#
43104-03 2
43140-00 2
43148-00 3
43156-01 2
43164-00 2
43191-01 2
43193-01 2
43195-01 3
43195-02 6
43217-04 2
43234-01 2
43502-02 1
43504-03 2
43505-03 I
43506-01 2
43507-00 2
43508-00 2
43509-02 2
43510-00 1
4351I-OO 1
43512-00 1
43513-00 1
43514-00 2
43516-00 2
43517-00 3
43518-00 2
43519-00 2
43520-00 2
43522-00 1
43523-00 1
43526-00 4
43529-00 2
43546-00 2
43553-00 1
43554-00 I
43555-02 1
43556-00 1
43561-00 I
43569-00 2
43580-03 1
43585-00 1
43589-00 1
43591-00 1
43595-00 1
43597-00 1
43622-00 1
nESCRIPTION
Rotor, Aluminum Bronze
Gasket, Stator
Set Screw, No-Mar
Key, Rotor
Ring, Retaining
Fitting, QD, 1/8 MPT
Fitting, QD, 3/4 MPT,
Coupler
Plug, Pipe, 1/8, Flush
Plug, Pipe, 3/4, Flush
Bushing, Restrictor
Holder, Spring
Shaft, Double Taper 557
Stator, Aluminum Bronze
Stator, Center, Aluminum
Bronze
Support, Trunnion
Extender, Seal
Adapter, Seal
Plate, Side, 556 & 557
Bearing, Shaft, Retained
Bearing, Shaft, Unretained
Bearing, Trunnion, Retained
Bearing, Trunnion, Unretained
Seal, Oil-Inner Shaft
Seal, Oil, Trunnion Support
Ring, Retaining
0-Ring
Rod, Push
Rod, End
Fitting, QD, 3/4 MPT
Bushing, Load Cell Stop
Key, Side Plate '
0-Ring
Fitting, Barb, 5/I6 X 1/8 M
Flange, Tapered
Spacer, Flange
Spacer, Support Plate
Spacer, Mag Pick-up
Key, Flange
Spacer, Bearing
Crossover-line, Load Cells
Cover Shaft
Plate Support
Nut, Tapered Shaft
Nameplate Blue
Fitting, Tee
0-Ring
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43626-00 1
45017-02 1
45020-01 I
45092-00 I
45099-00 . I
45207-00 2
50I22-00 I
50122-01 1
99999-00 1
DESCRIPTION
0-Ring
Gear, Speed Sensor, Modified
Pick-Up, Magnetic
Adapter, Bleeder
Screw, Bleed
Seal, Oil-Inner Shaft
Pallet, Dynos
Carton, Dynos
Installation, Service & Repair
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41035-00 1 Body, Air Valve
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41039-02 1 Top, Air Valve
43120-00
SBSY, Load Cell
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43121-01 1 Cap, Load Cell
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43122-00 1 Body, Load Cell
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43123-09 1 SBSY, Piston-Stem
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43154-00 1 Diaphragm, Load Cell
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43225-00 2 Bushing, Load Cell
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43123-09
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43123-01 1 Piston, Load Cell
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43124-03 1 Stem, Load Cell
43169-00
SBSY, Seal, Mainshaft
43172-00 1 Ring, Seal, Mainshaft
45216-01 1 Seal, Seat
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43223-00
SBSY, Water Inlet Hose
44154-00 15ft. Hose, 1" Green
44173-00 2
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43224-00
SBSY, Drain Hose
43194-00 1 Fitting, QD, 3/4 MPT, Stem
44173-00 1
Clamp, 13/16- 1 1/2
45163-00 15ft. Hose, 1" Red
43457-10
Spare Parts Package, 556 & 55?
43125-01 1 Adapter, Seal
43140-00 1 Gasket, Stator
43154-00 1 Diaphragm, Load Cell
43165-00 1 Ring, Retaining
43169-00 1 SBSY, Seal, Mainshaft
43211-00 1 0-Ring, Seal Adapter
43510-00 1 Bearing, Shaft, Retained
43511-00 1 Bearing, Shaft, Unretained
43512-00 1 Bearing, Trunnion, Retained
43513-00 1 Bearing, Trunnion, Unretained
43514-00 2 Seal, Oil, Outer Shaft
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43516-00 2 Seal, Oil, Trunnion Support

43517-00 3 Ring, Retaining
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45018-00 1 SBSY, Speed Sensor
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43462-15
43104-03 2
43156-01 2
43164-00 2
43502-02 1
43505-03 1
43596-00
43192-01 1
43597-00 1
4174-01 .3ft.
44175-01 2
45045-00 1
43602-09
43191-01 1
43568-00 1
43602-00 2
54332-00 2
44284-01
43193-02 1
44284-00 1
45018-00
45020-00
838020-00
50165-00
41057-00 20ft.
41727-00 1
43191-02 1
43199-00 1
DESCRIPTION
SBSY, Center Stator, 557B
Rotor, Aluminum Bronze
Key, Rotor
Ring, Retaining
Shaft, Main, Double Taper
Stator, Center, Aluminum
Bronze
SBSY, Stubline, Torque
Fitting, QD, 1/8 FPT
Fitting, Tee
Hose, Nylon, 1/4 ID
Fitting, Hose 1/4X1/8 MP
Fitting, Elbow, 1/8 M X 1/8 F
SBSY, Seal Feed
Fitting, QD, 1/8 MPT
Fitting, Tee, Female Branch
Fitting, Polyflo, 1/4 X 1/4
Tubing, Polyflo, 1/4
SBSY, Fitting, QD, Modified
Fitting, QD, 3/4 FPT, Stem
Fitting, QD, 3/4 CU, Coupler
SBSY, Speed Sensor
Pick-Up Magnetic
Connector, Plug
SBSY,Seal Feed, 20 Ft.
Tubing, 3/16
Connector, 3/16 X 1/8
Fitting, QD, 1/8 MPT, Coupler
Fitting, Connector, 3/16 X 1/8
SBSY.PN#
PARTS CATALOG MODEL D-357B PN #43460-00
INDIV. PN #.
43I04-03 I
43I40-00 I
43148-00 3
43I56-0I I
43I64-00 2
43I9I-OI 2
43I93-0I I
43I95-01 3
43I95-02 6
432I7-03 I
43234-0I 2
43501-02 1
43504-03 2
43506-01 2
43507-00 2
43508-00 2
43509-01 2
43510-00 1
43511-00 1
43512-00 1
43513-00 1
43514-00 2
43516-00 2
43517-00 3
43518-00 2
435I9-00 2
43520-00 2
43522-00 1
43523-00 I
43526-00 4
43529-00 2
43546-00 2
43553-00 1
43554-00 I
43555-02 1
43556-00 1
43561-00 1
43569-00 2
43580-03 1
43585-00 1
43589-00 1
43591-00 1
43593-00 12
43595-00 1
43597-00 1
DESCRIPTION
Rotor, Aluminum Bronze
Gasket, Stator
Set Screw, No-Mar
Key, Rotor
Ring, Retaining
Fitting, QD, 1/8 MPT
Fitting, QD, 3/4 MPT, Coupler
Plug, Pipe, 1/8 Flush
Plug, Pipe, 3/4 Flush
Bushing, Restrictor, 3 Series
Holder, Spring
Shaft, Main, 357, Double Taper
Stator, Aluminum Bronze
Support, Trunnion
Extender, Seal
Adapter, Seal
Plate, Side
Bearing, Shaft, Retained
Bearing, Shaft, Unretained
Bearing, Trunnion, Retained
Bearing, Trunnion, Unretained
Seal, Oil, Outer Shaft
Seal, Oil, Trunnion Support
Ring, Retaining
0-Ring
Rod, Push
Rod, End
Fitting, QD, 3/4 MPT
Bushing, Load Cell Stop
Key, Side Plate
0-Ring
Fitting, Barb, 5/16 X 1/8 M
Flange, Tapered
Spacer, Flange
Spacer, Support Plate
Spacer, Mag Pick-Up
Key, Flange
Spacer, Bearing
Line, Crossover
Cover, Shaft
Plate, Support
Nut, Tapered Shaft
Bolt, Absorption Unit
Name Plate, Blue
Fitting, Tee
SBSY. PN# INDIV. PN#
43622-00
43626-00
45017-02
45020-01
45092-00
45099-00
45207-00
50122-00
50122-01
99999-00
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
DESCRIPTION
0-Ring
0-Ring
Clear, Speed Sensor, Modified
Sensor, Mag Pick-Up
Adapter, Bleeder
Screw, Bleed
Seal, Oil-Inner Shaft
Pallet, Dynos
Carton, Dynos
Manual, Operation, Service-
Repair
SBSY. PN#
INDIV. PN# DESCRIPTION
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41034-00
SBSY, Air Valve
41035-00 I Body, Air Valve
41036-00 I Flapper, Air Valve
~ .
41039-01 I Top, Air Valve
43120-00
SBSY, Load Cell
4312I-OI I Cap, Load Cell
43122-00 I Body, Load Cell
43123-09 I SBSY, Piston-Stem
43154-00 I Diaphragm, Load Cell
43225-00 2
Bushing, Load Cell
43123-09
SBSY, Piston-Stem
43123-01 I
Piston, Load Cell
43124-03 I
Stem, Load Cell
43I69-00
SBSY, Seal, Mainshaft
43172-00 I
Ring, Seal, Mainshaft
43126-01 I
Seal, Seat
43223-00
SBSY, Water Inlet Hose
44154-00 15ft.
Hose, I" Green
44173-00 2
Clamp, 13/16 - I 1/2
44284-01
I
Fitting, QD, Modified
43224-00
SBSY, Drain Hose
43194-00 I
Fitting, QD, 3/4 MPT, Stem
44173-00 I
Clamp, 3/16 - 1 1/2
45163-00 15ft.
Hose, 1" Red
434550-10
Spare Parts Package, 356 & 357
43125-01 2
Adapter, Seal
43140-00 I
Gasket, Stator
43154-00 2
Diaphragm, Load Cell
43165-00 2
Ring, Retaining
43169-00 2
SBSY, Seal Main Shaft
43211-00 2
0-Ring, Seal Adapter
43510-00 I
Bearing, Shaft, Retained
435II-OO I
Bearing, Shaft, Unretained
43512-00 I
Bearing, Trunnion, Retained
. . ~ : o ~ . ~ . ~ ~ .>
43513-00 I
Bearing, Trunnion, Unretained
435I4-00 2
Seal, Oil, Outer Shaft
435I5-00 2
Seal, Oil, Inner Shaft ,._..,_. __ _,. ...--=---
43516-00 2
Seal, Oil, Trunnion Support
43517-00
3
Ring, Retaining
43018-00 1
SBSY, Speed Sensor
SBSY PN#
INDIV. PN#
DESCRIPTION
43460-15
SBSY, Shaft Rotor
43104-03 1 Rotor, Aluminum Bronze
43156-01 1 Key, Rotor
43164-00 2 Ring, Retaining
43501-02 1 Shaft, Main, Double Taper, 357
43596-00
SBSY, Stubline, Torque
43192-01 1 Fitting, QD, 1/8 FPT
43597-00 1 Fitting, Tee
44174-01 .3ft. Hose, Nylon, 1/4 ID
44175-01
'2 Fitting, Hose 1/4 X 1/8 MP
45045-00 1
Fitting, Elbow, 1/8 M X 1/8 F
43602-09
SBSY, Seal Feed
43191-1 1 Fitting, QD, 1/8 MPT
43598-00 1 Fitting, Tee, Female Branch
43602-00 2
FJtting, Polyflo, 1/4 X 1/4
54332-00 2 Tubing, Polyflo, 1/4
44284-01
SBSY, Fitting, QD, Modified
43193-02 1 Fitting, QD, 3/4 FPT, Stem
44284-00 1
Fitting, QD, 3/4 CU, Coupler
45018-00
SBSY, Speed Sensor
45020-00
Pick-Up Magnetic
838020-00
Connector, Plug
5 1 6 5 ~
SBSY; 20' Seal Feed
41057-00 20 Tubing, 3/16
41727-00 1
Connector, 3/16 X 1/8
43191-02 1
Fitting, QD, 1/8 MPT, Coupler
43199-00 1
Fitting, Connector, 3/16 X 1/8

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