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TYPE DFC Sizes 290 to 1040

INSTRUCTION MANUAL
for Installation, Operation & Maintenance
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
for Installation, Operation
and Maintenance

FLUID COUPLING
TYPE DFC SIZE 290 TO 1040

Manufactured by :
PREMIUM ENERGY TRANSMISSION LTD. Unit - III
G-56/57, MIDC Industrial Area, Chikalthana,
Aurangabad - 431 210. India.
TEL. : (91)240 2485521 / 2485856
FAX : (91) (240) 2485 756
Website : www.premiumtransmission.com

1. Introduction
2. Construction
3. Types
4. Functional Description
5. Mounting
6. Installation
7. Alignment
8. Oil Filling
9. Commissioning
10. Maintenance
11. Part List
12. Spares
13. Operating Advice
14. Dimensions Of Bearings
15. Flexible Coupling Detail
16. Storage
CONTRACT DETAILS
CUSTOMER :

CUSTOMER ORDER NO. :

PEMBRIL CONTRACT NO. :

COUPLING TYPE & SIZE : SR. NO. :

MOTOR RATING :

kW TO BE TRANSMITTED : RPM :

RECOMMENDED OIL FILLING :

PROJECT APPLICATION DETAILS :

IMPORTANT

This maintenance manual must be in the custody of person/s concerned with


erection, operation and maintenance of the PREMIUM FLUID COUPLING.

To effectively utilise PREMIUM FLUID COUPLING, it is most important that


coupling is properly installed, safely operated and correctly maintained as per the
conditions specified in this manual. The recommendations contained in this
manual must be properly understood and implemented towards erection,
operation and maintenance of PREMIUM FLUID COUPLING by appropriately
qualified and trained personnel.

Any similar instructions for the overall plant in which the equipment is to be
incorporated, which have an influence on the equipment application, must be
strictly followed.

Statutory and local requirement concerning work practices, safety and / or health
precautions must be observed.
PREVENTIVE MEASURES

= To protect the person who handle the rotating machinery, it is advisable to fit
suitable safety guard on it.

= This protective guard should be designed in such manner that escaped hot oil should
not comeout from it & sprayed on surroundings.

= Fluid coupling are supplied with thermal safety device as fusible plug for overload
protection. At the time of fusible plug blow of, hot oil escapes from coupling at high
velocity which is dangerous for human beings.

= Fluid coupling are designed & supplied for application rated based on the ordering
data for failsafe operation at rated speed & power which does not allow over
speeding of coupling than designed speed.

= All bolts should be periodically properly tightened to avoid accident due to loosening
of bolts.
PREMIUM
FLUID COUPLINGS

DELAY FILLED CHAMBER TYPE

1. INTRODUCTION A) TYPE HTC


Hollow traction fluid coupling
Hollow Shaft Coupling is used in conjunction
PREMIUM DELAYED FILL TYPE FLUID COUPLING
with standard squirrel cage induction motor to
(DFC) is Hydrokinetic power transmission device,
provide light load start up and smooth controlled
wherein power is transmitted from input to
acceleration of heavy inertia drive. 'HTC'
output shaft by transference of kinetic energy of
Coupling without delayed filling chamber used
a circulating fluid. It has 2 power transmitting
when overload protection is required. These are
elements, the Impeller and Runner, both have
normally recommended for starting torque
straight radial vanes, which form the working
requirement of 170% of rated torque.
circuit. Power is transmitted from Impeller to
Runner by a vortex of oil between the vanes of
these elements, the Impeller acting as a pump
and the Runner as turbine.

2. CONSTRUCTION

The construction of the fluid coupling (DFC) is


shown in typical illustration in Fig. 1. The main
components are
- Impeller, Casing, Chamber, Flexible Coupling.
- Runner & Shaft.
The Impeller, Runner, Casing and Chamber are of
high tensile aluminum alloy. The Impeller and HTC
Runner both have a straight radial vanes. The
Runner & Shaft are carried in ball bearings located
Sizes available: 204 - 1040
in the Casing and Impeller. There is no mechanical
connection between Impeller and Runner.
B) TYPE 'DFC'
The amount of oil in the coupling may be varied
over a wide range, to give adjustment of Delayed filling chamber fluid coupling
acceleration and overload torque. Pembril 'DFC' Delayed Fill Coupling is basically
The Hollow Shaft Coupling without Chamber is hollow shaft coupling has a delayed filling
called as 'HTC' Coupling. chamber. When the coupling is stationary, a
portion of the oil collects in this chamber and
this can only return to the working circuit via
3. TYPES small ports when the coupling is started up.
Filling and draining of delayed filling chamber is
Types of constant speed Fluid Coupling dependent upon the input speed and takes place
manufactured are as under: via engineered ports. 'DFC' Couplings provides
: HTC : SSTC almost no load condition on starting by
: DFC : SDFC considerably reducing the starting torque.
: WDFC : BRHTC
: DFP : BRDFC 'DFC' Couplings are recommended to limit the
starting torque to 140% of rated torque.

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DFC DFP

Size available 290 - 1040 Sizes available 290 - 580

C) TYPE 'WDFC' E) TYPE 'SSTC'


Widen delayed filling chamber fluid coupling Solid shaft traction fluid coupling
This design of delayed fill fluid coupling is This is similar to that of 'HTC' type has solid
similar to that of 'DFC' type, has a wider delayed shaft, and coupling is connected to the driving
filling chamber. This configuration is most and driven machine via flexible couplings. The
suitable to limit maximum coupling torque to a main feature is that the coupling can be removed
low value during start up without compromising from the installation without disturbing
on minimum slip at rated duty. 'WDFC' are alignments of driving and driven machine. Break
recommended to limit the starting torque upto Drum / Fly wheel can be incorporated as per
120% of rated with low rated slip. requirements.

SSTC

WDFC
Size available: 290 - 1040

Sizes available: 290 - 1040 F) TYPE 'SDFC'


Solid shaft delayed filling chamber fluid
D) TYPE 'DFP' coupling
Delayed filling chamber fluid pulley This is similar to that of 'DFC' Type, has solid
This is a fluid pulley rigidly mounted on motor shaft and coupling is connected to the driving
shaft with 'V' groove pulley sheave mounted on and driven machines via flexible coupling. The
the coupling. These are preferably used for low main feature is that coupling can be removed
power transmission.

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from the installation without disturbing the
alignment of driving and driven machines, Break
Drum/Fly Wheel can be incorporated as per
requirements.

BRDFC

Sizes available: 290 - 740

SDFC 4. FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION

Sizes available: 290 - 1040 The DFC Coupling is basically constant speed/fill
fluid coupling. When the coupling is stationary
G) TYPE 'BRHTC' the part of fluid collects in the chamber and
Brake drum hollow shaft fluid coupling shall only be transferred to the main circuit via,
This design is runner drive always, comprises of small ports when the coupling is started up. This
Brake Drum. These are recommended for lesser provides an effective relief to the prime mover
power transmission than the 'HTC' model. during starting.
Sizes available: 290 - 740 Fluid vortex is necessary for the transmission of
torque, and this is produced by a difference in
rotational speed between the Impeller and
Runner, which is known as 'SLIP', as a result of
this slip, the coupling warms up in operation.
The functional operation during start up and
running is shown in fig. 2 (See on next page)

5. MOUNTING

5.1. Coupling when supplied with hollow shaft


(htc, dfc & wdfc)
The HTC & DFC type coupling has a hollow shaft
with bore and keyway duly machined to suit the
BRHTC driven machine/Prime mover shaft. The drive to
the fluid coupling from the prime mover is
through the input hub of a flexible coupling or
H) TYPE 'BRDFC' through hollow shaft of coupling depending upon
Brake drum delayed filling chamber fluid mounting configuration.
coupling
This Design is runner drive always, comprises of 5.2 Coupling when supplied with solid shaft
brake Drum. These are recommended for slightly (sdfc, sstc)
lower power than the 'DFC' model.
This type of coupling has a solid shaft which is

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Fig. 2

PRINCIPAL OF OPERATION

STAND STILL START UP RUNNING

connected to the machine via Multi Disc Unit


Assembly. The weight of the fluid coupling unit is 5.3 Coupling when supplied with pulley (dfp)
thus shared between the shaft of the motor and
driven machine. The resilience of the mounting The standard unit is supplied with 'V' Belt Pulley
at each end caters for a certain degree of or alternatively, it may be sent without pulley,
misalignment between motor and driven suitable for taking the customer's own pulley, or
machine shaft. chain sprocket. The Hollow Shaft of the DFP is
mounted directly on the motor shaft with a key.
Note, However, it is necessary for the lining-up of The coupling assembly to be secured on the
the motor to the driven machine to be carried Prime mover shaft by means of a bolt screwed
out with care during installation, as if the into a tapped hole provided on the prime mover
machines are appreciably out-of line, the load on shaft, called Tie-Bolt.
all bearing will be increased, and the useful life
of the whole installation will tend to be 5.4 Coupling when supplied with brake drum
shortened. (brdfc, brhtc)

For the same reason, it is important that any The coupling with brake drum is generally a
bedplate that is used to support the machines is runner drive, where in drive to the fluid coupling
of sufficiently stiff construction, to ensure that it from prime mover is through the Hollow Shaft of
will not be destroyed excessively if it is pulled coupling and input hub of flexible coupling will
down on to an uneven foundation. be mounted on the machine shaft.

SHAFT LOCATION 5.5 The various mountings as shown in fig. 3


It is recommended that the shaft of the driven
machine is provided with end location. The 6. INSTALLATION
motor shaft may be left free to float if required
may be located. In the latter case, make user
6.1 Unpack the wooden case and clean the bore
that the distance between the input half
and keyway of coupling and input hub using
coupling (motor side) and output half coupling
kerosene/petrol and light emery paper. Clean
(driven machine side) is set accurately during
input shaft of driven machine, motor shaft and fit
installation to avoid failure of multidisc
keys. Make sure there are no light spots or burrs.
assembly.

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Fig. 3

EXAMPLES OF MOUNTING

INLINE DRIVE RIGHT ANGLE DRIVE

VERTICAL
HORIZONTAL

FLEXIBLE COUPLING ON
MOTOR SHAFT MOTOR SHAFT UPWARD COUPLING ON MOTOR SHAFT

FLEXIBLE COUPLING & BRAKE DRUM


ON DRIVEN MACHINE
(REVERSE MOUNTING) MOTOR SHAFT DOWNWARD COUPLING ON DRIVEN MACHINE

Key should be free fit in coupling shaft keyway.


6.2 Check that the shaft of the driven 6.5.2 The coupling must be arrested axially on
machine and prime mover are running true. the shaft by means of Tie bolt & Washer. Mount
6.3 Fit the keys into keyways and lubricate the hub of connecting flexible coupling.
the shaft with mineral oil or grease.
6.4 Detach flexible coupling (Not applicable NOTE: The input hub of flexible coupling should
for DFP type coupling). be properly located axially depending upon the
HTC, DFC & WDFC - Flexible coupling on drive &
Hollow shaft on M/C side. Fig. 4

SSTC & SDFC - FBC type coupling on


input side & MDU
assembly on output side.
BRDFC & BRHTC - Drive thro Hollow shaft
MOTOR
and brake rim/flexible
coupling assembly on
machine side.
LOCKING PLATES

6.5 HTC, DFC & WDFC


6.5.1 Slide coupling on the driven machine shaft,
by using the suitable Mounting bolt as shown in ADJUSTING BOLTS FOR ALIGNMENT
SPRING PLATES OR SHIMS FOR
fig. 4. HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT

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drive arrangement and type of flexible coupling. SHAFTS OF MOTOR AND FLUID COUPLING
BOTH IN LINE WITH INPUT SHAFT OF
Use spacers to ensure that the input hub of DRIVEN MACHINE

flexible coupling does not move with respect to


motor shaft.

6.6 SSTC & SDFC


6.6.1. Clean the shaft of prime mover and
driven machine and fit keys. Make sure that there
are no high spots or burrs, key should be free fit
in the flexible coupling hub.
B
6.6.2. Fit the keys into keyways and lubricate
the shaft with mineral oil or grease. prime mover are running true.
6.6.3. Fit the input coupling hub on prime 6.8.2. Fit the keys into key ways and lubricate
mover and output half coupling on driven the shaft with mineral oil or grease.
machine shaft by heating in oil. After fitting the 6.8.3. Slide coupling shaft on the prime mover
flexible hub check with clock gauge that. shaft by using suitable mounting bolt, Distance
The flange of flexible cplgs runs true and its face Piece and washer.
is square with the prime mover & driven m/c 6.8.4. The Coupling must be arrested axially on
shaft axis. the shaft by means of tie bolt and washer.
In each case total variation in the clock gauge 6.8.5. Mount the Flexible coupling hub and
readings must not be more than 0.0025" brake drum on driven machine shaft.
(0.060mm). If the eccentricity is greater than Warning:
this, the cause must be found and put right.
1) Use spacers to ensure that the hub of
It is now necessary to put the motor flexible coupling does not move axially with
approximately in line with input shaft of driven respect to shaft.
machine by
2) "Do not use hammers" while mounting the
Leaving the right space for fluid coupling and fluid coupling only mallets (leather / teflon) May
multidisc assy in between the distance 'x' shown be used.
in figure below.
Note: The hub of flexible coupling should be
properly located axially depending upon the drive
arrangement and the type of flexible coupling.
OUTPUT HALF COUPLING
ON SHAFT OF DRIVEN MACHINE
INPUT HALF COUPLING
7. ALIGNMENT

Perfect alignment of prime mover and driven


machine facilitates smooth running of Fluid
Coupling resulting long life of the drive.
Permissible mis-alignment for various flexible
A
coupling Shown in Fig. 5

7.1.HTC/DFC/WDFC
6.7 DFP
After installation of fluid coupling hollow shaft
6.7.1. Slide coupling on prime mover shaft by
on the driven machine, arrest driven machine in
using the mounting bolt.
its final position, by means of firm tightening of
6.7.2. The coupling must be arrested axially on foundation bolts. Push the motor duly mounted
the shaft by means of Tie bolt & Washer. with flexible coupling up to the driven machine
axis to allow motor to be correctly align. The
6.8 BRDFC/BRHTC motor height should be adjusted by means of
6.8.1. Check that shaft of driven machine and appropriate shims.

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mover and the driven machine. hence it is
7.2 BRDFC/BRHTC necessary to set the, prime mover, fluid coupling
After installation of Flexible Coupling with brake and the driven machine in one line.
Drum on the Driven machine, arrest driven Normally the driven machine, such as a gearbox,
machine in final position, by means of firm is assumed to be fixed in position and lining up
tightening of foundation bolts. Push the motor the drive becomes a matter of bringing the
duly mounted with hollow shaft of coupling up to motor shaft into line with the input shaft, using
the driven machine to allow motor to be correctly the fluid coupling in between as an 'carden
aligned. The motor height should be adjusted by shaft'.
means of appropriate shims. This operation is most easily done in two stages
as follows:
7.3 SSTC/SDFC (a) By moving the motor up-and-down and
These fluid couplings are provided with flexible sideways, bring the shaft of the fluid coupling in
couplings at input and output ends, so that it line with the input shaft of the driven machine
can act as a carden shaft between the prime (Fig. A).

GAP BETWEEN HALF COUPLINGS TO BE EQUAL


TO TOP, BOTTOM AND BOTH SIDE WITHIN LIMITS

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Misalignment will be shown by variation in the fixed in position and lining up the drive becomes
gap between tine two half-couplings of Multi a matter of bringing the prime mover shaft in
Disc Unit assembly when measured at top, line with the input shaft of the driven machine,
bottom and both sides. Continue moving the using the fluid coupling in between. This is done
motor until variation in the gap at the four points in two stages.
comes within tolerance given in following table:
i) By moving the motor up and down and
Size Total Tolerance sideways, bring the shaft of the fluid coupling
290 to 500 0.004 in (0.10mm) into line with the input shaft of the driven
580 to 810 0.006 in (0.15 mm) machine. Misalignment will be seen by variation
910 to 1040 0.008 in (0.20 mm) in the axial displacement.

(b) The shaft of the fluid coupling now being in Normally SSTC & SDFC type fluid couplings are
line with the shaft of the driven machine, within supplied with flexible coupling on input side and
the required limits, the position of the free end Multi Disc Unit on output side.
of the motor must now be adjusted to bring the
deflection of the flexible coupling to an WARNING: Ensure that axial displacement
acceptable working value. To measure the should be within the specified limits as shown in
deflection of the flexible coupling, clamp clock fig. 5 for flexible couplings.
gauge as shown on the head of one of the bolts
(Fig. B). 7.4 Locking Plates and adjusting bolts on the
foundation are an advantage for sideward
Turn the fluid coupling by hand and note the adjustments. Align prime mover and coupling as
clock gauge readings. Move the free end of the shown in fig. 5.
motor until the variation in the reading, taken
over a complete revolution, is within the total 7.5 DFP
tolerance given in the following table, showing DFP type coupling is sent out as a complete unit,
that the motor shaft is now in line with the fluid normally with standard V-belt pulley sheave. If a
coupling shaft. V-belt pulley sheave has been provided by the
customer, this can be fitted without dismantling
The last operation may have disturbed the the unit. The bore of the pulley should have been
alignment of the fluid coupling shaft to the machined to given transition fit on the pulley
driven machine shaft by a small amount. sleeve.
Therefore check the gap between the two half- After passing on the pulley, secure by solid
couplings again, and make any adjustment dowels (for size see table below). Peen metal
necessary by moving the motor. round dowel holes to secure. Finally drill and tap
hole for socket head point screw to size given.
Normally the driven machine is assumed to be

290 370 450 580 740 910


Coupling & & & & & &
Size 320 410 500 660 810 1040

Total Tolerance
mm 0.2 0.25 0.3 0.35 0.4 0.55
in 0.008 0.010 0.012 0.014 0.016 0.021

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Fig. 5

TYPE-FBC TYPE-FPC TYPE-MDU

FLEXIBLE COUPLING PERMISSIBLE MISALIGNMENT IN MM.

Fluid Type FBC Type FPC Type MDU

Coupling Size Size Radial Axial Size Radial Axial Axial Radial

290 200 0.75 1.5 170 0.4 1 0.1 0.5

320 200 0.75 1.5 170 0.4 1 0.1 0.5

370 222 0.75 1.5 200 0.4 1 0.1 0.65

410 238 0.75 1.5 230 0.4 1 0.1 0.65

450 260 0.75 1.5 260 0.5 1.3 0.1 0.75

500 308 1 1.75 260 0.5 1.3 0.1 0.75

580 353 1.5 1.75 300 0.5 1.5 0.15 0.9

660 358 1.5 1.75 300 0.5 1.5 0.15 0.9

740 358 1.5 1.75 380 0.7 1.7 0.15 1

810 358 1.5 1.75 0.15 1

910 487 1.5 2 0.2 1.25

1040 467 1.5 2 0.2 1.25

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5. Texaco RANDO OIL HD 32/46
Size of Coupling 290, 320 & 370 410, 450, 500 & 580
6. Fina HYDRAN LZ 32/46
No. off 4 4
7. Elf ELFONA 32/46
Dowel Dia. 8 10
8. Esso NUTO 32/46
Length 24 28 9. Total AZOLLA ZS 32/46
Socket Head M8 X 1.25 M10 X 1.5
Screw Size The physical Characteristics of a typical oil are
Length 20 20
set out below:
S.G. at 150C 0.878
No. off. 1 1
Flash Point (closed) 2130C
Pour Point -300C
0
The bore of hollow shaft is machined at the works 0C ... 535
to light interference fit on the prime mover shaft. Viscosity, 200C ... 170
Note: Flexible coupling is not applicable to DFP Kinematic, cSt 400C ... 46
type couplings. 1000C ... 6.97

8. OIL FILLING OF THE The other properties, not shown, should conform
FLUID COUPLING to those of a similar high grade mineral oil.
Oil filling has considerable influence on the
torque transmitted by the fluid coupling. IMPORTANT: Great care must be taken to ensure
The quantity of oil to be filled into respective that oil of a different grade is never added to
coupling is given in the first page of this text. that already in the coupling and that a mixture
Exact quantity to be filled should be determined of oils is never used.
from the actual power transmitted or by
measuring coupling slip and motor current. 8.1 How to fill the Fluid Coupling.
To get the trouble free operation of the fluid
NOTE: The more filling volume, the more load on coupling, it is necessary that the coupling is
motor during starting and the lesser slip for the filled with correct quantity of oil.
same torque transmission and thus the more
stalling torque. WARNING : Pembril Coupling may only be filled
to a maximum of 85 % of their total capacity.
Approved Oils No attempt should be made to top up the filling
The following is a list of oils approved by by rotating secondary parts or by pouring oil
PREMIUM ENERGY TRANSMISSION LTD. through the fusible plug bore. Since any excess
oil, when heated up, would tend to build up an in
Indian market Grade of Oil
admissible pressure inside the coupling while in
1. Indian Oil company (IOCL) Servo system 46 operation, which results damage to the coupling.
2. Hindustan Petroleum (HPCL) Enklo 46 Filling and checking of the oil level are carried
3. Bharat Petroleum (BPCL) Tellus 46 out as follows:
Horizontal installed coupling:
International Market
Filling:
1. Castrol HYSPIGN AWS32/46
1. Remove the filling plug.
2. Mobile DTE-24 (VG-32)/
2. Fill the coupling with the required quantity of
DTE-25 (VG-46) cold and clean oil as mentioned.
DTE LIGHT (VG-32) 3. Adjust the filling angle by rotating coupling
3. Shell TELLUS OIL 32/37/46 till one of the plugs lies at recommended
4. BP ENERGOL HLP 32/46 filling angle from vertical centre line ie. Top
dead centre, pour cold and clean oil to fill

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the coupling till oil overflows from the filling star to delta must be made as rapidly as
plug hole as shown in fig. 6. possible at the latest after 3 seconds.
4. Mark the position on the coupling and on the When the motor rated speed has been reached,
driven machine. the driven machine must start to rotate. If this
does not happen, the cause can be excessive
Fig. 6 stiffness or jammed machine which must be
rectified immediately.
TOP DEAD CENTRE Pembril Fluid Couplings are checked thoroughly
REMOVE THIS PLUG

for leakages before it leaves the factory.
0 OIL LEVEL (COLD)
& FILL THROUGH HOLE

Fusible Plug:
A Fusible Plug 43 is incorporated in the coupling
and the purpose of which is to provide an
additional safeguard to the motor and prevent
overheating in the rare event of a stall or failure
of the motor overload trip. The Plug contains a
0 = ANGLE OF FILL fusible alloy that melts at a set temperature and
allows the oil in the fluid coupling to escape,
thus removing the load from the motor and
5. Tighten the Filling Plug.
allowing it to run free. Different set temperature
Fusible Plugs are provided along with fluid
Checking: coupling as per the requirements.
1. Remove the Filling Plug. The Fusible Plugs are normally supplied along
2. Rotate coupling until the marks (see 4 of with Delayed Fill Fluid Coupling is 140 Deg C+/-
above) are lined up. 5 Deg. C (248 Deg.F)
3. Top up, if necessary.
4. Close the filling plug. IMPORTANT:
On no account the fusible plug be refilled with
With the multiple motor drives, the oil fillings of ordinary solder. Only fusible plug supplied by
the different fluid coupling must be matched so PREMIUM ENERGY TRANSMISSION LTD. should
as to obtain proper load distribution. be fitted.

WARNING: WARNING:
Load matching check should still be made even (i) The fusible plug must not be replaced for
when the motors used are identical and the solid screw under any circumstances.
same coupling are used. (ii) If the coupling has heated up considerably or
Such load distribution can best be achieved by when the fusible plugs has melted, the bolts
connecting an Ammeter in series with each around the circumference i.e. Casing impeller
motor. If the readings on the Ammeters differ, bolts should be tightened.
the oil fillings should be corrected until each
motor draws approximately the same current. NOTE:
The guard (Protective cover) must be used to
9. COMMISSIONING ensure that escaping oil is directed downwards,
The Pembril Fluid Coupling can be driven in out of the way.
either direction. When the installation in
switched on for the first time it is important to 10. MAINTENANCE
check that coupling runs in the direction as per
When the requirements for type, size,
the requirements.
installation, alignment and filling have all been
When using a fluid coupling, the squirrel cage complied with, then Pembril Coupling requires
induction motor is usually switched on directly. virtually no maintenance and require no
If star delta is used then the switch over from
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operational supervision. 10.5 If the fusible plug has melted due to
The temperature is highly dependent upon the overloading or jamming of the driven machine,
local operation conditions vis a vis number of the coupling must be filled with new oil.
starts / stops, ambient temperature. During
continuous operation, temperature should not 10.6 DISMANTLING
exceed 90 Deg. C. To provide appropriate cooling 10.6.1 HTC/DFC/WDFC/BRDFC/BRHTC
conditions the ventilation of the fluid coupling For dismantling the Fluid Coupling, the driving
must not be obstructed by closed surface machine (motor) must be disconnected and
protective cover guards. It is recommended that withdrawn.
all guards to be constructed from perforated
metal sheet.
After removing the holding screws (27), the fluid
coupling can be withdrawn.
10.1 Checking tightness of bolts & alignment:
After the fluid coupling unit has been in service for WARNING:
three months it is recommended that a check be
The withdrawal may only be made as illustrated
made of the tightness of all external bolts and
with the extraction bolt, never withdraw by
nuts (for recommended torque setting Sec. 10.8).
means of Fluid Coupling Casing.
Ensure that the extraction bolt is not applied
10.2 Checking filling: with a bending moment, and the threads must
At the intervals of about 12 months, with the be lubricated.
fluid coupling cold, check the oil level for the
correct filing angle or volume.
It is necessary to drain the oil from the coupling
to remove it from the driven machine.
10.3 Oil Checking: Slide out the coupling from the driven machine
The oil be checked for ageing after approximately (from the motor Shaft for BRDFC/BRHTC) shaft,
20,000 hours of operation, and be changed if with the extraction bolt as shown in Fig. 7.
necessary.
Remove the flexible coupling assembly using a
10.4 If the flexible element of the connecting three legged puller. Care should be taken to
coupling suffers high tear and wear, the unscrew any locking screws provided to fix the
alignment should be checked and corrected input hub to the driving machine shaft.
where necessary.

Fig. 7

WITHDRAWING
COUPLING SHAFT

HEX. HEAD
FOR SPANNER

EXTRACTION
BOLT

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Coupling Size Extraction Bolt

L T

204 HTC 150 M16 x 2 Metric Thtead

266 / 290 DFC / HTC 170 M20 x 2.5 Metric Thtead

320 / 370 DFC / HTC 155 M30 x 3.5 Metric Thtead

410 / 450 / 500 DFC / HTC 195 M30 x 3.5 Metric Thtead

580 / 660 DFC / HTC 220 M30 x 3.5 Metric Thtead

740 / 810 DFC / HTC 290 M30 x 3.5 Metric Thtead

910 / 1040 DFC / HTC 700 M48 x 8 Trapezoidal Thread

Drain the oil into a suitable container by removing 10.7 ASSEMBLY


the filling plugs 22 and turn the fluid coupling, by The following will form a guide as the correct
degrees, to allow all the oil to drain out. sequence in which the parts are reassembled.

The withdrawal of the fluid coupling from motor 10.7.1 Runner-Shaft Assembly. (Fig. no. 8)
shaft may only be made as illustrated with the Bolt the Runner 2 to the flange of the Shaft 4,
extraction bolt, never withdraw by means of fluid using bolts 16 and nuts 20.
coupling casing.
10.7.2 Runner-Shaft-Casing assembly. (fig. No.9)
Ensure that the extraction bolt is not applied Press ball bearing 6 into the bearing liner. Fit
with a bending moment, as the threads must be new joint 23. Press bearing liner into the bore of
lubricated. the casing 3 and secure by using bolt 19.
Lower the casing assembly over runner shaft
Slide out the fluid coupling from M/c shaft with assembly after warming of the bearing guiding
the extraction bolt shown in fig. 7. over shaft until its inner race locates on the
shoulder of the shaft 4. Arrest bearing with
10.6.2 SSTC/SDFC external circlip 12.
Before removing the fluid coupling from the
drive, drain the oil from the coupling by removing Fit new oil seal over shaft and secure with screw
plugs 22 into a suitable container. & cover plate or into end cover as applicable.

The fluid coupling can be removed from drive 10.7.3 Casing-impeller assembly (Fig. no. 10)
without disturbing the motor and driven Press ball bearing 5 by warming impeller bore.
machine. Fit joint 24 on the flange of impeller with
holdtite / joining compound. Lower the Runner-
Attach shings or put in temporary packing to take shaft-casing assembly over impeller. Make sure
the weight of the fluid coupling. Take out bolts 24 that the assembly marks on the flanges of the
from the semi-flexible coupling and remove multi both parts in line and properly located in 3
disc assembly 25. After removing holding screws dowel holes. When fitting casing bolts 14, use
27, remove the fluid coupling endways and lift the plain washer 18 under the nut 15. Tighten the
fluid coupling from the installation. nuts in opposite pairs evently to torque setting
given in section 10.8.

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Fit external circlip 8 on the shaft at impeller Column 1- Bolt through steel or cast iron-85%
side. Fit new oil seal 11 in chamber. Care should of torque to induce load equal to 85% of
be taken to avoid damaging the seal. Make joint proof load.
on the impeller face & attach chamber to
impeller by using screws 17. Column 2- Bolts through aluminum- 60% of
torque to induce load equal to 85% of proof
10.8 Recommended tightening torques for nut load.
and bolt assemblies. The tightening torque are
based on bolts, material grade 8.8 (BS 1768 EN
16 S Equivalnet).

Bolt size Metric Column 1 Column 2

Lbf ft. Nm Lbf ft. Nm

M6 7.5 10.5 5.0 7.0

M8 18.0 24.0 12.0 17.0

M10 36.0 48.0 25.0 34.0

M12 61.0 83.0 43.0 58.3

M14 102 145 72 102

M16 153 207 108 146

M20 300 406 211 286

M24 516 700 364 494

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A) DFC Assembly Sequence :

16,20

ASSEMBLY STAGE-1

49
7
19,26 47
23 10
12
3

ASSEMBLY STAGE-2

15
45
46
44
43,43A
21.22

15

18

24

14

ASSEMBLY STAGE-3

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B) SDFC Assembly Sequence :

16,20

ASSEMBLY STAGE-1

49

47
10
12
19,26
7
6

ASSEMBLY STAGE-2

17
48

43,43A 8

21,22

5 1

24
14,15,18

ASSEMBLY STAGE-3

18
17

17A
17B

9
25

ASSEMBLY STAGE-4

19
ASSEMBLY STAGE-5

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C) DFP Coupling Assembly Sequence :

16,20

ASSEMBLY STAGE-1

21
44
1
43,43A
21.22

15

18

24

14

ASSEMBLY STAGE-2

22
17

17B

17A

25

ASSEMBLY STAGE-3

23
188

175
162
10
165
12
6

160

19,26
3

15
18

24

14

ASSEMBLY STAGE-4

24
ASSEMBLY STAGE-5

25
IMPELLER GLAND ASSEMBLY

11 44 45,46 1

5
9

SIZES 290 TO 660 DFC

9 44 165
1

48 4

11

SIZES 740/810 DFC

8 45,46 1

11
67

9 5

SIZES 910 AND 1040 DFC

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CASING GLAND ASSEMBLY
23

19,26

49
6
47

10

SIZES 290-500 DFC

23

3 19,26

7
162

6 10

12

SIZES 580,660,810, 910 AND 1040

23

19,26

23A
6
35

162

10

SIZES 740 DFC

27
17B
28B 17A
28 21 43 15 66
29 27A 13 27 9 17 25 1 22 43A 24 14 18 2

16 20

23

19 26
32

162

10

12

6
11
4

45 46

67

DFC COUPLING SECTIONAL ARRANGEMENT


ILLUSTRATED 1040 SIZE

28
17B
29

28 17A 21 43 15 66
13 27 9 17 25 1 22 43A 24 14 18 2 16 20 3

23

19 26

47 49

10

53

54 55

45 46 44 67 8 5 4 6 12 162 56 50 51 52

SDFC COUPLING SECTIONAL ARRANGEMENT

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17B

17A 21 43 15 66 20 26

9 17 25 22 1 43A 24 14 18 2 3 16 191 19 160 6 165 162

175

46 45
169

44
10

188

12
11
4

23

DFP COUPLING SECTIONAL ARRANGEMENT

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11. PART LIST

Ref. Name of Part No. Ref. Name of Part No.


No. No.
1 IMPELLER 1 29 DOWEL (CHAMBER/F. CPLG) 2
2 RUNNER 1 32 ADAPTOR PLATE 1
3 CASING 1 33 TIE BOLT 1
4 SHAFT 1 34 EXTRACTION BOLT 1
5 BALL BEARING (IMP) 1 35 HEX. HEAD SCREW
6 BALL BEARING (CSG.) 1 (END COVER/BRG. LINER) 12

7 BEARING LINER (CSG.) 1 43 FUSIBLE PLUG 1

8 EXTERNAL CIRCLIP (IMP.) 1 43A COPPER WASHER 1

9 CHAMBER 1 44 REAR SEAL HOUSING 1

10 OIL SEAL (CSG.) 1 45 HEX. HEAD SCREW (IMP/RSH) 6/12

11 OIL SEAL (CHAMBER) 1 46 STAR WASHER 6/12

12 EXTERNAL CIRCLIP (CSG.) 1 47 COVER PLATE 1

13 FLEXIBLE COUPLING (INPUT) 1 48 INTERNAL CIRCLIP (IMP./CHAMBER) 1

14 HEX. HEAD SCREW 18/24/30/36 49 COUNTER SUNK SCREW 6

15 NYLOCK NUT 18/24/30/36 50 RUNNER HALF COUPLING 1

16 RUNNER BOLT 6/8 51 MULTIDISC UNIT 1

17 HEX. HEAD SCREW (CHAMBER/IMP) 12 52 OUTPUT HALF COUPLING 1

17A SPRING WASHER (CHAMBER/IMP) 12 53 SPHERICAL COLLER 6

17B PLAIN WASHER (CHAMBER/IMPELLER) 12 54 MDU BOLT 6

18 PLAIN WASHER (CSG./IMP) 18/24/36 55 NUT FOR MDU BOLT 6

19 HEX. HEAD SCREW (CSG./LINER) 8/10/12 56 KEY 1

20 NUT (RUNNER/SHAFT) 6/8 66 DOWEL CASING 3

21 BONDED SEAL 2 67 BEARING LINER (IMPELLER) 1

22 FILLING PLUG 2 160 PULLEY 1

23 JOINT (CSG/BRG. LINER) 1/2 162 FRONT SEAL HOUSING/END COVER 1

23A JOINT (END COVER/BRG. LINER) 1 165 'O' RING 1

24 JOINT (CSG./IMP) 1 169 DOWEL (PULLEY/PULLEY SLEEVE) 3/4

25 JOINT (IMP./CHAMBER) 1 175 INTERNAL CIRCLIP (CSG.) 1

26 STAR WASHER (CSG./BRG LINER) 8/10/12 188 'V' RING 1

27 HEX. HEAD SCREW 191 PULLEY SLEEVE 1


(CHAMBER/F. CPLG) 6/8/10/12/24 193A JOINT (RSH/IMP.) 1
27A HEX. HEAD SCREW
(F. CPLG/ADPTR. PLATE) 12/24
28 STAR WASHER
(CHAMBER/F. CPLG) 6/8/10/12/24
28B SPRING WASHER 12/24

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12. SPARES 13. OPERATING ADVICE

12.1 How to order spare parts: 13.1 Rated speed not reached
i) Refer to the sectional drawing and parts list i) Motor defective or incorrectly connected
of appropriate model & type, to find the Check Motor-speed, current consumption etc
reference number of the part required.
ii) Driven machine jammed and remove
ii) Find the serial number of the PEMBRIL cause of jamming
ENGINEERING Coupling, which required the
Check driven machine
spare parts. The serial number is stamped on
the outside diameter of the casing flange. It iii) Driven machine power consumption too high
might read, for example PF 660 DFC 2345. Check power consumption and cross check
iii) In your spare order, quote part reference with standard data
number type, code and coupling serial number iv) Oil in the coupling is more than requirement.
and size, as in this typical example.
Check oil filling as per requirement.
v) Oil filling too low
12.2 Recommended Spares.
Check oil filling as per requirement.
vi) Coupling leaking
Part Ref. No. No. off
Check for leaks
Ball Bearing-Impeller 5 1
Ball Bearing-Casing 6 1
13.2 Installation runs unevenly
Oil Seal-Impeller 11 1
i) Misalignment
Oil Seal-Casing 10 1
Check alignment and realign as mentioned
Flexible Coupling Unit 13 1
ii) Bearings damaged
Circlip External 12 1
Check installation, check noise and vibration
Filling Plug 22 1 by sounding and measuring Replace
Bonded Seal 21 2 bearing.
Joint-Bearing Liner 23 1 iii) Foundation loose
Joint-Casing 24 1 Check and tighten foundation bolts firmly.
Joint-Chamber 25 1
Fusible Plug 43 1 13.3 Frequent melting of fusible.
Copper washer 43A 1 i) Oil filling too low
Tie Bolt 33 1 Check oil filling as per requirement.
Extraction Bolt 34 1 ii) Coupling leaking
Multi disc unit 51 1 Check for leaks
Spherical Collar 53 6 iii) Power demand of driven machine is too high
MDU Bolt 54 6 Check power demand and cross check with
data ref. 1st page.
Nut for MDU bolt 55 6
iv) Motor running for longer period in star mode
Speed up switch over to delta.

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14. DIMENSIONS OF BEARINGS

DFC/HTC/WDFC SDFC/SSTC
REF No.5 Ball Bearing Ref. No.6 REF 5 REF6
Size Bore O/Dia. Width Bore O/Dia Width Bore OD Width Bore OD Width
204 25 52 15 55 90 18
266 30 62 16 70 110 20
290 45 85 19 70 110 20 45 85 19 60 95 18
320 60 95 18 85 130 22 45 85 19 60 95 18
370 70 110 20 85 130 22 55 90 18 55 90 18
410 100 150 24 110 170 28 55 90 18 55 90 18
450 100 150 24 110 170 28 55 90 18 65 120 23
500 110 170 28 130 200 33 65 120 23 65 120 23
580 110 170 28 150 225 35 110 170 28 100 180 34
660 110 170 28 150 225 35 110 170 28 100 180 34
740 150 270 45 200 310 51 110 200 38 110 200 38
810 150 270 45 200 310 51 110 200 38 110 200 38
910 200 310 51 240 360 56 130 230 40 140 250 42
1040 200 310 51 240 360 56 130 230 40 140 250 42

All dimensions are in millimeters


Note: Ball bearing clearances Group 3.

15. STORAGE & PRESERVATION be a temperature of 20-30 Deg. C, relative


humidity of 40-45% an atmosphere free from
pollutant, dirt and dust, no vibration and no
In situation where PEMBRIL fluid couplings are direct sunlight.
to be stored for an extended period prior to
installation, our recommendation for storage are
as follows. 15.2.3 Apply protective coating of oil soluble
rust preventative to all accessible, unpainted
surface both inside and out. We would
15.1 GENERAL recommend application by spray, especially for
Upon receipt, the equipment should be the internal surfaces.
inspected inside and out to ensure it is in good
condition any change to surface finish should be
15.2.4 External input and output shaft
rectified by cleaning affected area and re-
extensions should be protected by application of
paining. If any water has collected owing to
suitable hard setting rust preventative and then
condensation, weather etc. this must be wiped
wrapped with moisture-proof tape or similar
dry and the surface cleaned.
material.

15.2 INSIDE STORAGE


15.2.5 Place a suitable amount of silica gel
15.2.1 Place the fluid coupling on suitably bags inside the coupling box to absorb moisture.
ventilated wooden skid to raise it above floor
level and allow free air circulation.
15.2.6 The fluid coupling should be inspected
inside and out at least every 6 months. Any
15.2.2 The good should be stored in warm, dry, surface rectification required should be carried
vibration-free ware house, ideal conditions would out immediately. The coupling should be

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inspected for sings of rusting and / or moisture
collecting owing to humidity. The input and
output shafts of the couplings should also be
rotated a few revolutions at this time.

15.3 OUTSIDE STORAGE


Outside storage of PEMBRIL fluid coupling is not
recommended, but if absolutely necessary, the
following procedure should be adhered to:
15.3.1 Follow all steps given below.
15.3.2 Coat all external bright steel parts with
suitable hard setting rust preventative. 16.3.3
Close all openings weather-tight with wooden
covers.
15.3.4 Cover complete fluid coupling with canvas
or plastic sheeting Encapsulate.
15.3.5 With side walls and lid lines with
commercial tarred paper or back hessian treated
commercial polythene, build up packing case
around coupling. The lid should be screwed or
bolted down to aid removal for periodic
inspection.

15.3.6 Cases should be opened every 6 months


and equipment checked for any signs of rusting
and/ or moisture collection owing to humidity.

15.4 AFTER STORAGE


Following long term storage, we recommended
that the first stage of commissioning consists of
trial run for at least two hours.

15.5 RESPONSIBILITY
These recommendations are intended to serve as
a minimum guide only and will not supplant
common sense on behalf of owner for additional
safeguards to ensure safe storage where special
precautions are warranted.

Responsibility for the equipment during storage


must be assumed by the owner.

PREMIUM ENERGY TRANSMISSION LTD. will not


be responsible for any damage to equipment
during storage.

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