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YOUR REF.
PURPOSE

: Deck seal - SW

ORDER NO.: 54-107/2004


PROJECT

: TORM MAGRETHE

IRON REF.
PUMP NO. : CHV0599
ORDER NO.: 3568215
PUMP TYPE: CHV 32-25/170

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Technical data ..............................................................................................................3


Mounting and operating instructions for pumps......................................................4
1.0 Before start ..............................................................................................................................4
1.1 General instructions.................................................................................................................4
1.2 Mounting instructions..............................................................................................................4
1.3 For pumps delivered without motor - mounting of coupling parts .........................................4
1.4 Alignment of couplings ...........................................................................................................4
1.5 Installation of the pump...........................................................................................................5
1.6 Motor wiring............................................................................................................................5
1.7 Starting of the pump ................................................................................................................5
1.8 All pumps ................................................................................................................................5
1.9 Maintenance - lubrication........................................................................................................5
1.10 3 months check.....................................................................................................................6
1.11 12 months check...................................................................................................................6
1.12 Disassembling instructions ....................................................................................................6
1.13 Assembling instructions ........................................................................................................6
1.14 The following packings are used........................................................................................... 6
1.15 Maintenance (storage instructions) - General instructions ....................................................6
1.16 Preservation of bearings ........................................................................................................7
1.17 Preservation of interior parts of the pumps ...........................................................................7
1.18 Preservation procedure ..........................................................................................................7
1.19 Restarting of the pumps.........................................................................................................7

Lubricants ....................................................................................................................8
Fitting instructions for mech. seal..............................................................................9
Instruction drawing for pump..................................................................................10
Parts list for pump .....................................................................................................11
Interruption of operations ........................................................................................12
2.0 Error finding ..........................................................................................................................12

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Type

: CHV 32-25/170

Pcs

:1

Capacity

: 5 m3/h

Head

:-

Total head

: 45,00 m.w.c.

Suction head

:-

Mech. seal

: Yes

Gland packing

: No

Coupling size

:-

Weight / kg.

: 30

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Pump casing

: Bronze RG10

Impeller

: Ni.Al.Bronze

Casing wear ring

: Ni.Al.Bronze

Shaft

: AISI-329

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Type

: Exist.: Size 112

KW

: 4,60

Power consumption kW : 3,20 - Max. 4,50


RpM

: 3500

Weight / kg

:-

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Check the pump immediately after receipt. In case of damages or defects - complain immediately.
All pumps are marked with indication of type and number, stamped into the plate as well as into the
pump itself - as for centrifugal pumps, usually in the suction flange - as for other pumps, at an easily
visible place.
If the pump is not mounted immediately after receipt it should be protected during storage (see storage
instructions).

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When calculating the piping system, special regard should be paid to minimizing pressure losses in the
suction line (short pipe lengths, large diameter, few bendings, no valves). If valves are necessary, then
use valves with min. pressure losses, e.g. slide valves, butterfly valves, flap non-return valves etc.
Static suction lift + total pressure losses in suction line + NPSH value of the pump + steam pressure of
the liquid must not exceed 10 mWC at sea level (and 760 mm Hg.).

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Before mounting, shaft and coupling parts must be carefully cleaned. Grease shaft ends and check that
key fits. Heat coupling parts to 80oC. and push them on to the shaft ends by hand or by a light pressure.
By dismounting a puller will have to be applied.

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Flexible couplings will absorb small deviations in the relative positions of the shaft ends to be connected,
however, a careful and accurate alignment will prolong the life of the coupling flexibles - see instructions
for coupling.

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The entire piping must be pressure and leakage tested and flushed clean before it is connected to the suction and discharge side of the pump. If the pressure test takes place with the pump installed the testing
pressure must not exceed the testing pressure of the pump, which is stamped into the pump, usually in the
suction flange. Otherwise, the pump packings or flanges for the mechanical shaft seal might be damaged. Connection of the pipes to the pump must take place without using force as this might interfere with
the alignment of the pump.
Precautions must be taken to ensure that the pipe connections to the pump are supported in a way that
prevents tensions from being transmitted to the pump, e.g. owing to thermal expansion. Check that all
other connections to the pump are in working order, such as lubrication, priming, heating, cooling medium outlet, etc., and that the various measuring equipment has been correctly connected. Take care that
no parts obstruct the easy access to the pump for inspection or replacement of important parts. For pumps
with axially split casing there should be sufficient space for dismounting the top part of the pump casing.

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Electric motors should be connected by means of sufficiently long cables to permit the motor to be
moved a little without dismantling the connections. A control unit (emergency stop) should be installed
close to the pump.

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When the preceding preparations and installations have been completed the pump can be started. To centrifugal pumps it applies that the pump must be provided with a bypass if it is operating for long periods
with closed valve on the discharge side as, otherwise, a too strong heating and expansion of the pump
medium will occur. Check also that the pump shaft can be turned by hand. Pumps with mechanical shaft
seal must be pro-tected against impurities and dry running. Supply of liquid or oil to the mechanical shaft
seal is imperative. Please note that clogged filters will cause considerable friction losses, which may
decisively affect the suction capacity and output of the pump. Check also when starting the pump that the
direction of rotation is correct (shown with an arrow on the pump), and open slowly the valve on the discharge side of the pump. At normal discharge head the pump should run smoothly without abnormal
noises and vibrations after abt. 1 minute of operation.

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PDOO\PD[PLQ During the first hours of operation bearings, packings and mechanical shaft (seal(s)
should be checked for heating and leakage. Normal bearing temperature is 40-75 gr.C. Max. temperature
for normal ball and roller bearings is up to 105 gr.C.

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To pumps directly coupled on motor shaft it applies that only the bearings of the motor require
lubrication.
Pumps executed with bearing bracket and grease lubricated bearings should be lubricated every 3rd
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month with ball bearing grease (Lithium soap grease) Check that not too much grease is pressed into the
bearings as this will cause generation of heat. All bearings are provided with sealing rings in order to prevent humidity and impurities from entering. The grease must not be pressed through these sealing rings.

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Check the pump for false noises, vibrations and leakage. Pumps with mechanical shaft seal must not
leak, neither during standstill with inlet pressure on the pump, nor during operation. The bypass pipe to
the mechanical shaft seal must be intact and permit free flow. Likewise, the piping system and filter of
the priming device must be intact and permit free flow. In case of defects they must be corrected
immediately as they may greatly influence the operation and life of the pump.

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Disassemble the pump (see instructions). Check the components of the rotary element and perform all
necessary. Normal clearance between impeller and sealing rings is 0,2 - 0,3 mm, and max. clearance is
0,5 - 0,8 mm, according to size and capacity. Clean the pump casing inside and paint it if necessary (e.g.
with Apexior No.3 or with more corrosion-resistant products, e.g. Hempadur No.1513 - Hempel Marine
Paints).

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Before starting the disassembly of the pump the sectional drawings of the various pump parts should be
studied closely. All pumps are designed for easy disassembly, and no special tools should be required.
The pumps consist of standard components, which means a large number of the components are used in
various pump sizes, for which reason it is necessary to keep a small stock of spares for various sizes of
the same pump type.

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When assembling the pump the mechanical seal must be treated with the greatest care. Take care that the
various parts are placed correctly. For further information see instructions for mechanical seal.

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Between pump casing and coverplate - 1,00 mm Klingerit.
In such places where liquid packing has once been used this type of packing must be used again when
remounting the pump, as other types of packing would produce wrong spaces.

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All pumps which are taken out of operation for some time should be protected against corrosion and frost
and kept in a dry place. The following directions should be observed:

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Both ball / roller bearings and slide bearings should be lubricated all over with their normal lubricant.

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The interior parts of the pumps should be protected against aggressive pumping media, for instance by
using a water-repelling solvent containing at the same time corrosion inhibiting nitrides. We recommend
Mobil oil - Arma 245 or similar quality.

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Flush the pump with pure. hot water (does not apply to be screw pumps and gear pumps) and let it airdry.
Close the valves on both sides of the pump and flush the pump with Mobil Arma 25 or similar quality.
Flushing can take place through the manometer connections.

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When restarting pumps it is advisable to fill the pump with hot water through the manometer connections
(does not apply to screw pumps and gear wheel pumps) and to turn the pump shaft by hand before
starting the pump. Watch the operation of the pump for abt. 10 minutes and open the valve in the normal
way. Bearings, gearboxes etc. should be lubricated with normal oil or grease if a change of oil has taken
place.

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Volute casing

Bronze RG10

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Casing cover

Bronze RG10

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Shaft

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230

Impeller

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320.1

Radial ball bearing

320.2

Radial ball bearing

341

Motor stool

Cast iron

360

Bearing cover

Cast iron

420.1

Shaft seal ring

Nitril/Steel

420.2

Shaft seal ring

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433

Mech.seal

Carbon/Ceramics

471

Cover plate for mech. seal

Bronze

504

Distance ring

Bronze

554

Washer

Stainless steel

636

Grease nipple

Steel

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Coupling half

861.2

Coupling half

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Coupling flexibles

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Impeller screw

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This list below shows possible trouble sources if the pump does not function correctly.
If you are unable to find the source of interruption or if you cannot repair the fault, Please contact our
service section.

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Impeller or shaft blocked.
Motor fault.
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Motor rotation is not transmitted through coupling.
Discharge valve closed.
Non-return valve or other valves are closed.
Suction line closed.
Air in pump casing.
Suction line leaking.
Shaft seal leaking.
Bottom valve defective.
Suction lift too high.
Priming pump defective.
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Wrong direction of rotation.
Number of revolutions too low.
Counter-pressure too high.
Suction line or impeller partly clogged.
Air in pump casing.
Air in pumping medium.
Suction lift too high (inlet pressure too low).
Cavitation.
Suction line leaking.
Shaft seal leaking.
Pump worn out.

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Number of revolutions too high.
Impeller oversized.
Too many pressure stages.
Specific gravity of pumping medium too high.
Viscosity of pumping medium too low.
Inlet pressure too high.
Manometer defective.
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Number of revolutions too high.
Impeller diameter too big.
Counter-pressure too low.
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Number of revolutions too low.
Impeller diameter too small.
Too few pressure stages.
Specific gravity of pumping medium too low.
Viscosity of pumping medium to high.
Manometer defective.
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Motor too small.
Motor fault.
Capacity too large.
Counter-pressure too low.
Stuffing-box tightened too much.
Shaft ends out of alignment.
Electricity supply incorrect.-Volt-amp-frequency.
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Suction line leaking.
Shaft seal leaking.
Increasing suction lift.
Filter clogged.
Cavitation.
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Motor fault.
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Beginning cavitation.
Air in pumping medium.
Capacity too large.
Clamping to base loosened.
Base bolts loosened.
Influences from pipe connections or base.
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Cracks in pump casing.
Faulty assembly of pump.
Pipe connections leaking.
Shaft seal leaking (in case of soft stuffing-box packing minor leaks are necessary).
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Faulty lubrication or wrong lubricant.
Deficient pump alignment.
Influences from pipe line.
Coupling distance wrong.
Shaft bent.
Foreign bodies or impurities in bearings.
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Cavitation.
Stuffing-box tightened too much.
Shaft bent.
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Influences through pipe line.
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Motor not properly balanced.
Influence from other factors.

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