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TEEL
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS & PARTS MANUAL
ROTARY GEAR PUMPS
MODELS 1P765 THRU 1P781
D A Y T O N E L E C T R I C M A N U F A C T U R I N G C O. C H I C A GO 6 0 6 4 8
FORM
5S1580
07955
1281/467/5M
READ INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO INSTALL, OPERATE OR SERVICE THIS
TEEL PUMP. PROTECT YOURSELF AND OTHERS BY OBSERVING ALL SAFETY INFORMATION AND AD-
DITIONAL INSTRUCTIONS INCLUDED WITH THIS EQUIPMENT. FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH INSTRUC-
TIONS COULD RESULT IN PERSONAL INJURY AND/OR PROPERTY DAMAGE! RETAIN INSTRUCTIONS
FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
Description
Teel rotary gear pumps have a limited self priming ca-
pability and use the simple principle of two gears ro-
tating in a closely fitted housing. With every revolu-
tion of the pump shaft a definite amount of liquid is
drawn into the pump through the suction port. Pump
can be used for spraying, recirculating, cleaning,
transfer, etc. Liquid temperature range is -40F. to
+210F. Material being pumped must be compatible
with pump construction.
Special Characteristics:
Models 1P765 thru 1P770 feature a bronze bearing
and are recommended for intermittent service or
continuous duty applications with low pressure
needs.
Models 1P771 thru 1P776 feature a carbon-graphite
bearing and are recommended for continuous serv-
ice high pressure applications.
Models 1P777 thru 1P781 are basically the same as
Models 1P771 thru 1P776. In addition, they feature
an adjustable relief valve which permits recircula-
tion of liquid to avoid damage to the pump when
temporary blockage of discharge line occurs.
Specifications and Dimensions
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MODELS
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1P765-1P771
1P766-1P772-1P777
1P767-1P773-1P778
1P768-1P774-1P779
1P769-1P775-1P780
1P770-1P776-1P781
DIMENSIONS
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pumps w/carbon bearings, w/relief valves.
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FORM 5S1580
MODELS 1P765 THRU 1P781
07955
Performance
MODEL
1P765
1P771 -
1P766 i
1P772 i
1P777
1P767
1P773
1P778
1P768
1P774
1P779
1P769
1P775
1P780
1P770
1P776
1P781
Pipe
Size*
1/8"
l
1/4"
| 3/8"
1/2"
3/4"
1"
RPM
900
1200
1725
900
1200
1725
900
1200
1725
900
1200
1725
900
1200
1725
900
1200
1725
Free Flow
GPM HP
1.2
1,6
2.2
2.2
2.9
3.8
4.1
5.5
7.0
5.4
7.5
11.3
10.3
13.8
19.9
12.5
16.6
24.0
1/6
1/6
1/6
1/6
1/6
1/4
1/6
1/6
1/3
1/4
1/4
1/3
1/2
1/2
1
1/3
1/2
1
20PSI
GPM HP
1.0
1.3
2.0
1.8
2.5
3.7
3.6
5.0
6.9
4.9
7.0
10.8
9.8
13.3
19.6
12.3
16.4
24.0
1/6
1/6
1/4
1/6
1/4
1/3
1/4
1/3
1/2
1/4
1/3
1/2
3/4
3/4
1'/2
1/2
3/4
1V2
Gallons Per minute at Total P.S.I.
40PSI
GPM HP
0.8 1/6
1.1 1/4
1.8 1/4
1.5 1/4
2.2 1/3
3.5 1/2
3.2 1/3
4.7 1/2
6.9 3/4
4.4 1/2
6.5 1/2
10.3 3/4
9.4 3/4
13.0 1
19.4 V/t
12.1 3/4
16.3 1
24.0 1 %
60PSI
GPM HP
0.4 1/4
0.9 1/4
1.5 1/3
1.2 1/4
2.0 1/3
3.2 1/2
2.8 1/2
4.3 1/2
6.8 1
4.0 1/2
6.0 3/4
9.9 1
9.0 1
12.6 Vh
19.0 2
11.9 1
16.1 V/t
23.9 2
80PSI
GPM HP
0.2
0.6
1.3
1.0
1.8
3.0
2.4
3.9
6.8
3.6
5.6
9.5
8.5
12.0
18.5
11.5
15.6
23.4
1/4
1/3
1/3
1/3
1/2
3/4
1/2
3/4
V/t
3/4
1
V/t
V/t
2
2
1
1
/2
2
3
100 PSI
GPM HP
0.3
1.0
0.8
1.6
2.8
2.1
3.5
6.6
3.3
5.2
8.9
8.0
11.9
18.0
11.0
15.2
23.1
1/3
1/2
1/3
1/2
3/4
3/4
3/4
V/t
3/4
1
V/t
Vk
2
3
2
2
3
All data based on test results pumping water at 70F. When pumpi ng a more viscous liquid a slower speed, a larger pipe size pump, and possibly a
larger motor should be used.
Genera/ Safety Information
1. Know t he pump appli cat i on, li mi t at i ons, and po-
tential hazards.
WARNING: DO NOT USE TO PUMP FLAMMA-
BLE OR EXPLOSIVE FLUIDS SUCH AS GAS-
OLINE, FUEL OIL, KEROSENE, ETC. DO NOT
USE IN EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES. PUMP
SHOULD ONLY BE USED WITH LIQUIDS
COMPATIBLE WITH PUMP COMPONENT MA-
TERIALS. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS WARN-
ING CAN RESULT IN PERSONAL INJURY
AND/OR PROPERTY DAMAGE.
2. Make certain that the power source (electric
motor or gas engine) conforms t o the require-
ments of your equipment.
3. Pr ovi de adequate p r o t e c t i o n and guar di ng
around moving parts.
4. Release all pressure wi t hi n t he system before
servicing any component.
5. Drain all liquids from the system before servic-
i ng.
6. Secure t he discharge li ne before starti ng the
pump. An unsecured discharge line wi ll whi p,
possibly causing personal i njury and/or prop-
erty damage or puncture!
7. Check hoses for weak or wor n condi t i on before
- each use, making certain t hat all connections
are secure.
8. Periodically inspect pump and system compo-
nent s. Perform r out i ne mai nt enance as re-
qui red.
9. Provide a pressure relief system o n pumps
whos e d i s c h a r g e li n e can be s h u t -o ff or
obstructed.
10. Personal Safety:
a. Wear safety glasses at all times when work-
ing wi t h pumps.
b. Wear a face shield and proper apparel when
pumping hazardous chemicals.
c. Keep work area clean, uncluttered and prop-
erly lighted replace all unused tools and
equipment.
d. Keep visitors at a safe distance fr om the wor k
area.
e. Make wor kshop c h i ld -p r o o f wi t h pad-
locks, master swi t ches, and by removing
starter keys.
11. Pump Drives:
a. Never use a ri gi d coupli ng between a pump
and its electric motor. Some degree of flexi -
bility must be allowed t o avoid excessive side
loading of the mot or and pump bearings.
Flexible coupli ngs should be rated for the
horsepower load and speed. Pumps should
not be di rectly dri ven by engines.
b. Assure t hat the pump and motor shafts are
properly ali gned. Mi sali gnment wi ll cause
unnecessary loads on t he pump and mot or
bearings.
c. For pulley driven pumps, a single Vz" (A or 4L
section) "V" belt is satisfactory for drive sizes
and speeds up t o 1 HP, 3450 RPM. For larger
drive sizes, double " V" belts are recom-
mended.
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FORM 5S1580 MODELS 1P765 THRU 1P781
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TEEL BRONZE
ROTARY GEAR PUMPS
TEEL SHEAVE (PULLEY)-,
FLEXIBLE COUPLING
i-BALL BEARING MANDREL
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SPACER BLOCKS
'HEIGHT WILL VARY"
WITH PUMP SIZE
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USE MANDREL OR PILLOW BLOCK WHEN BELT DRIVING PUMP
Figure 1
Installation
1. Locate pump as close to the fl uid source as pos:
sible, making the suction line as short and direct
as possible.
NOTE: Unit should be placed where it is protected
from the weather and extremes of heat, cold and
humidity.
2. Mount the unit on a solid foundation.
NOTE: It is very important that the pump be
rigidly mounted to a substantial base and that
alignment between the pump shaft and pump
driver be maintained. Pump misalignment is the
greatest contributor to gear and bearing wear
and must be avoided. Many pump mountings act
as noise amplifiers. A rubber pad underthe pump
base will help reduce the noise level.
3. Piping:
a. Suction: Avoid excessive lengths or number
of fittings and bends in the, suction line. It is
recommended that the same size pipe as the
pump ports be used or in cases requiring
lengthy piping that the next larger size pipe be
used. To aid positive priming a foot valve
should be installed below the liquid level at
the end of the suction line. If it is suspected
that solid contaminates may be present in the
liquid then a filter should also be placed in this
line. Al l fittings must be air and liquid tight.
b. Discharge: If a shut-off valve is required in the
discharge line consideration should be given
to providing a pressure relief for the pump. If
the pump does not have a relief valve it is
recommended that a Teel Model 1P786 Pres-
sure Relief Valve be installed for added pump
protection. Shutting off the discharge without
providing a pressure relief can cause extreme
over-pressures which can result in pump
damage and/or motor failure. Globe valves or
other restrictive valves should not be used as
the shutoff mechanism as they are restrictive
in nature and wil l seriously affect the pump
performance.
NOTE: Discharge piping may be one size larger
than suction piping.
4. Drive connections:
NOTE: Teel Rotary Gear Pumps wil l operate
equally well in either direction. When l ooking at
the pump drive shaft end and rotating the shaft
clockwise, the discharge port is on the right hand
side. When turning counterclockwise the dis-
charge port is on the left hand side.
a. Direct Drive: A direct connected pump to elec-
tric motor drive through a Lovejoy (or similar)
Flexible Coupling is recommended, to allow
for possible shaft misalignment.
b. Pulley Drive: In some cases a reduction in
pump speed is essential. This may be accom-
plished through a belt and pulley drive. Bear in
mind, however, that the belt tension adds a
side thrust to the pump drive shaft which re-
sults in extra bearing loading and wear with
resulting shortened pump life. A ball bearing
pillow block to support the belt load is advisa-
ble. (Figure 1)
c. For pulley driven pumps, a single V? (A or 4L
section) "V" belt is satisfactory for drive sizes
and speeds up to 1 HP 3450 RPM. For larger
drive sizes, doubl e " V" belts are recom-
mended. Maximum pump RPM is 1725.
5. Make necessary wiring connections. (Consult
nameplate on motor.)
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FORM 5S1580
MODELS 1P765 THRU 1P781
07955
Operation
For long life, prime pump before start-up. Care
should be taken at all times to avoid dry running as
this will cause increased wear of the gears and bear-
ings, reduce pump performance, and shortened
pump life. Gear pumps are built to very close toler-
ances and this tolerance must not be disturbed. The
liquids must, therefore, be free of all abrasives.
Sand, silt, wettable powders, etc., must be avoided.
PERFORMANCE
The pump relationship between volume (G.P.M.),
pressure (P.S.I.), speed (R.P.M.) and horsepower is
shown. All data is actual test results pumping water
at 70 F. When pumping a more viscous liquid a
slower speed, a larger pipe size pump, and possibly
a larger motor must be selected.
PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE
Teel 1P777 thru 1P781 Pumps are supplied with a
built-in pressure relief valve. This valve is fully ad-
justable and may be used to set an established sys-
tem operating pressure or as a system relief valve to
prevent damage when the discharge line is shut off.
Screwing the adjusting stem-"in" increases the sys-
tem relief pressure while moving it "out" decreases
the pressure, (valve is not preset at the factory and
must be adjusted at time of installation). The relief
valve may be moved from one side of the pump
cover to the other depending on the pump rotation.
It must always be on the same side of the pump as
the discharge port.
The built-in relief valve functions as a safety valve to
release internal pump and system pressures. This
relief valve should be used to protect the system
from high pressures; it is not a pressure regulating
valve. Pump will overheat if discharge is shut off for
extended intervals (more than 30 seconds). On ex-
tended shut-off applications, a separate by-pass, lo-
cated in the discharge line is recommended, such as
a Teel Model 1P786 Pressure Relief Valve.
Maintenance
WARNING: MAKE CERTAIN THAT THE POWER
SOURCE IS DISCONNECTED BEFORE ATTEMPT-
ING TO SERVICE OR DISASSEMBLE ANY COM-
PONENTS! IF THE POWER DISCONNECT IS OUT-
OF-SIGHT, LOCK IT IN THE OPEN POSITION AND
TAG TO PREVENT APPLICATION OF POWER.
LUBRICATION
Teel rotary gear pumps are provided with a leak-proof
zerk grease fittings for periodic lubrication. It is rec-
ommended that each pump be lubricated with a qual-
ity water pump grease at least every 8 operating
hours. Use Texaco "Starfax" lubricant.
CLEANING
Clean the suction line filter at regular intervals.
ELECTRIC MOTOR (Not Supplied)
Properly selected and installed electric motors are
capable of operating for years with minimal mainte-
nance. Periodically clean dirt accumulations from
open-type motors, especially in and around vent
openings, preferably by vacuuming (avoids imbed-
ding dirt in windings). Oil and maintain as recom-
mended by motor manufacturer.
GENERAL
Check the pump to motor shaft alignment at regular
intervals.
Periodically check that electrical connections are
tight.
Pump should be drained if placed in an area that is
subject to freezing temperatures.
LIMITED WARRANTY
Teel pumps, Models 1P765 thru 1P781, are warranted by Dayton Electric Mfg. Co. (Dayton) to the original user against defects in
workmanship or materials under normal use (rental use excluded), for 6 months after date of purchase. Any part which is determined
to be defective in material or workmanship and returned to an authorized service location, as Dayton designates, shipping costs pre-
paid, will be repaired or replaced at Dayton's option. For warranty claim procedures, see "Prompt Disposition" below. This warranty
gives purchasers specific legal rights, and purchasers may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
WARRANTY DISCLAIMER. Dayton has made a diligent effort to illustrate and describe the products in this literature accurately;
however, such illustrations and descriptions are for the sole purpose of identification, and do not express or imply a warranty that the
products are merchantable, or fit a particular purpose, or that the products will necessarily conform to the illustrations or descrip-
tions.
Except as provided below, no warranty or affirmation of fact, express or implied, other than as stated in "LIMITED WARRANTY"
above is made or authorized by Dayton, and Dayton's liability in all events is limited to the purchase price paid.
Certain aspects of disclaimers are not applicable to consumer products; e.g., (a) some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation
of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you; (b) also, some states do not allow
limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, consequently the above limitation may not apply to you; and (c) by law, during the
period of this Limited Warranty, any implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose applicable to consumer
products purchased by consumers, may not be excluded or otherwise disclaimed.
PROMPT DISPOSITION. Dayton will make a good faith effort for prompt correction or other adjustment with respect to any product
which proves to be defective within warranty. For any product believed to be defective within warranty, first write or call dealer from
whom product was purchased. Dealer will give additional directions. If unable to resolve satisfactonly, write to Dayton at address
below, giving dealer's name, address, date and number of dealer's invoice, and describing the nature of the defect. If product was
damaged in transit to you, file claim with carrier.
DAYTON ELECTRIC MFG. CO., 5959 W. HOWARD ST.,
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 60648
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FORM 5S1580 \ MODELS 1P765 THRU 1P781
Note: Tefl on Packing is available for use wi th unit:
For Model 1P765 order 11677
For Model 1P766 order 11693
For Models 1P767 thru 1P770 order 11694
Figure 2
Replacement Parts List for Models 1P765 thru 1P770
Ref.
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Description
Grease Fitting
Cover
10-24 x 1/2" Rd.
Hd. Mach. Screw
#10 Lockwasher
Gasket
Drive Gear Shaft
Driven Gear Shaft
Body
Graphite Packing
Packing Nut
Model 1P765
Part
No.
3450
11473
P-
12686
12787
S-166
11550
11579
11474
11520
11523
Qty.
Req' d.
,.2
1
6
6
Model 1P766
Part
No.
3450
11477
P-
12686
12787
9878
11551
11560
11478
11521
11524
Qty.
Req' d.
2
1
7
7
1
Model 1P767
Part
No.
3450
11485
P-
12686
12787
252
11552
11559
11486
11522
11525
Qty.
Req' d.
2
1
8
8
1
Model 1P768
Part
No.
3450
11485
P-
12686
12787
252
11553
11558
11491
11522
11525
Qty.
Req' d.
2
1
8
8
1
.
Model 1P769
Part
No.
3450
11492
P-
12686
12787
5486
11554
11557
11493
11522
11525
Qty.
Req' d.
2
1
8
8
1
1
1
1
1
1
Model 1P770
Part
No.
3450
11492
P-
12686
12787
5486
11555
11556
11502
11522
11525
Qty.
Req' d.
2
1
8
8
1
1
1
1
1
1
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07955
Figure 3
12 13
11 14
Note: Teflon Packing is available for use with unit:
For Model 1P771 order 11677
For Model 1P772 order 11693
For Models 1P773 thru 1P776 order 11694
Ref.
No.
11
12
13
14
15
Re
Description
Cover Assembly
10-24 x Vz Brass
Rd.Hd.Mach.Scr.
#10 Lockwasher
Gasket
Drive Gear Shaft
16 jDriven Gear Shaft
17
18
19
Body Assembly
Graphite Packing
Packing Nut
placement Parts List for Models 1P771 thru 1P776
Model 1P771
Part
No.
11476
P-
12686
12787
S-166
11544
11579
11540
11520
11523
11517
10273
Qty.
Req' d.
1
6
6
3
Model 1P772
Part
No.
11480
P-
12686
12787
9878
11545
11560
11482
11521
11524
11518
2075G
Qty.
Req'd.
1
7
7
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
Model 1P773
Part
No.
11488
P-
12686
12787
252
11546
11559
11538
11522
11525
Qty.
Req' d.
1
8
8
1
1
1
1
1
1
11519
6333G
Model 1P774
Part
No.
11488
P-
12686
12787
252
11547
11558
11539
11522
11525
Qty.
Req' d.
1
8
8
Bushing
Bushing
Model 1P775
Part
No.
11495
P-
12686
12787
5486
11548
11557
11497
11522
11525
Qty.
Req' d.
1
8
8
1 each
3 each
Model 1P776
Part
No.
11495
P-
12686
12787
5486
11549
11556
11501
11522
11525
Qty.
Req' d.
1
8
8
6
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Figure 4
26
22
^ V?
33
32
30
21 23 25
Note: Teflon Packing is available for use with unit:
For Model 1P777 order 11693
For Models 1P778 thru 1P781 order 11694
Ref.
No.
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
*
*
Part
Replacement Parts List for Models 1P777 thru 1P781
Description
Valve Cap
Valve Stem
Valve Locknut
Valve Spring
Hex Plug
Ball
Gasket - valve
Cover Assembly
10-24 x 1/2",
Rd. Hd. Mach. Scr.
#10 Lockwasher
Gasket
Drive Gear & Shaft
Driven Gear & Shaft
Body Assembly
Graphite Packing
Packing Nut
Carbon bearings
Carbon bearings
not shown
Model 1P777
Part
No.
11572
11561
11562
4354
11580
12345
11582
11484
P-12686
12787
9878
11545
11560
11482
11521
11524
2075G
11518
Qty.
Req' d.
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
7
7
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
Model 1P778
Part
No.
11572
11561
11562
4354
11580
12345
11582
11490
P-12686
12787
252
11546
11559
11538
11522
11525
6333G
11519
Qty.
Req' d.
3
1
8
8
1
3
1
Model 1P779
Part
No.
11572
11561
11562
4354
11580
12345
11582
11490
P-12686
12787
252
11547
11558
11539
11522
11525
6333G
11519
Qty.
Req' d.
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
8
8
3
1
Model 1P780
Part
No.
11578
11576
11577
11573
11581
12346
11583
11499
P-12686
12787
5486
11548
11557
11497
11522
11525
6333G
11519
Qty.
Req' d.
3
1
8
8
3
1
Model
Part
No.
11578
11576
11577
11573
11581
12346
11583
11499
P-12686
12787
5486
11549
11556
11501
11522
11525
6333G
11519
1P781
Qty. j
Req' d. :
I
1
|
3
1

I
8
^1
3
1
7
0006298
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FORM 5S1580 MODELS 1P765 THRU 1P781
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Trouble Shooting Chart
SYMPTOM
Pump will not prime or
retai n pr i me after
operating.
Flow rate is low.
Pump runs but no fl ui d.
Pressure is low.
Pump starts and stops
pumpi ng.
Excessive noise while
pump in operati on.
POSSIBLE CAUSES
1. Air leak in suction line.
2. Gears are worn.
3. Clogged foot valve, strainer or filter.
1. Incorrect speed.
2. Piping is fouled or damaged.
3. Worn gears.
4. Discharge line restricted or under-
sized.
5. Worn bushings.
1. Faulty suction pi pi ng.
2. Pump located too far from fl ui d
source.
3. Gate valve closed.
4. Clogged strainer.
5. Fouled foot valve.
6. Discharge height too great.
7. Gear loose on shaft.
1. Incorrect motor size & speed.
2. Line restrictions.
3. Worn gears.
1. Fouled gears.
2. Leak in suction line.
3. Leak in foot valve.
1. Improper installation.
2. Worn gears.
3. Pump not secured to fi rm founda-
ti on.
4. Piping not supported to relieve any
strain on pump assembly.
5. Restricted sucti on line.
CORRECTIVE ACTION
1. Repair or replace.
2. Replace
3. Clean or replace.
1. Check drive
2. Clean or replace.
3. Replace.
4. Flush out piping or replace.
5. Replace.
1. Replace.
2. Relocate.
3. Open.
4. Clean or replace.
5. Clean or replace.
6. Lower the height.
7. Replace gear & shaft.
1. Replace
2. Clean or replace.
3. Replace.
1. Replace.
2. Repair.
3. Repair or replace.
1 . Place rubber pad under
pump base to reduce noise
level.
2. Replace.
3. Secure properly.
4. Make necessary adjustments.
5. Clean or correct.
0006299
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