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Operating instructions

High pressure pump

HDP 72
B3.01072.1592
HDP 72

2013

Made in Germany
Issue: 02.2013
MACHINE CARD

Hammelmann Maschinenfabrik GmbH


POB 3309, D-59282 Oelde, Germany
mail to: mail@hammelmann.de
Machine no. : B3.01072.1592 http://www.hammelmann.de
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Order no. KA 159763/1


Purchaser Hammelmann Corp., Dayton / USA
Client no. 10133501
P. O. no./Date 223697 / 04.01.2013
Machine no. B3.01072.1592
Pump type HDP 72
Code no. 09.00079.2069
Performance data
Flow rate Ps 1 l/min 81
Operating pressure Ps 1 bar 345
Motor speed Ps 1 1/min 1800
Crankshaft speed Ps 1 1/min 750
Piston dia. Ps 1 mm 35
Motor rating req'd Ps 1 kW 53
Brief instructions
Language englisch
Paint colour
Pump RAL 1018
Adjustment safety valve
Set pressure bar 440
Safety valve 00.05877.0039
Name plate high pressure pump
Machine no. B3.01072.1592
Type no. 09.00079.2069
Year 2013
Motor rating [kW] kW 53
Speed [1/min] 1/min 1800
Max. liquid temp. [°C] °C 40
Piston dia. pres. step 1 [mm] mm 35
Max. pressure Ps 1 [bar] bar 345
Flow rate Ps 1 [l/min] l/min 81
Pressure reg. valve Ps 1 00.05893.0031
Oil type PAO VG 150
Oil quantity [l] l 4,3
Oil pressure [bar] bar 2,0
Documentation
Language 1 englisch
Language 1 number of CD 1
Date of delivery 08.03.2013
Person in charge-Sales V. Adams
Person in charge VK / Schulte
Date 08.01.2013
MACHINE CARD

Hammelmann Maschinenfabrik GmbH


POB 3309, D-59282 Oelde, Germany
mail to: mail@hammelmann.de
Machine no. : B3.01072.1592 http://www.hammelmann.de
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Note : Ps = Pressure step

Parts list to machine no: B3.01072.1592

Pos Code - No. Description Quantity Unit


1 00.03223.1052 HIGH-PRESSURE PUMP HDP 70 1,00 pc
10 01.04565.0037 NAMEPLATE 1,00 pc
20 00.02350.1136 CRANK SECTION HDP 70-2 I=2,3913 RIGHT 1,00 pc
30 00.04246.0096 SUCTION CHAMBER HDP 40/70 D12 - 55 1,00 pc
40 00.02516.0235 OIL LINE HDP 70 1,00 pc
50 04.03070.0034 OIL SHELL OMALA HD 150 4,30 l
60 00.00743.1989 PISTON SEAL ASSEMBLY HDP 40/70 D35 3,00 pc
70 00.02515.0251 COOLING WATER LINE HDP110/120/160/170/350/400 1,00 pc
80 00.02145.1089 PUMPHEAD HDP 40/70 D30-35 1,00 pc
90 00.05893.0031 PRESSURE REGULATING VALVE 500 L/MIN (NW17); 0-500 BAR 1,00 pc

91 04.00706.0028 SEAL RING 6,4 X 12,0 X 1,6 2,00 pc


92 01.05240.0037 PLUG G1/2 - 40,0 LG. 1,00 pc
95 04.02860.0004 PRESSURE GAUGE 0-600 bar NG 100 1,00 pc
100 00.05877.0039 SAFETY VALVE PN MAX 700. BAR;DN.6MM 1,00 pc
110 02.00616.0002 EYE BOLT 2,00 pc

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HAMMELMANN
Maschinenfabrik GmbH
Zum Sundern 13 – 21
59302 Oelde • Germany

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Bezeichnung der Maschine: Hochdruckpumpe HDP 72
Machine description: High pressure pump HDP 72
Descripción de la máquina: Bomba de alta presión HDP 72
Maschinentyp:
Machine designation: 09.00079.2069
Tipo de máquina :
Maschinen-Nr.:
Machine No.: B3.01072.1592
o
N de máquina:

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(EMV-Richtlinie) (EMC directive) electromagnetica (2004/108/CEE)

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EN 809 EN 60204-1 EN 61000-6-2

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Operating instructions

High pressure pump

HDP 72
HDP 72

2013

Made in Germany
Issue: 02.2013
Operating instructions
No.: HDP 72 Contents
Page 2, Issue: 02.2013
1 Contents

1 Contents ............................................................................................................................................................ 2

2 Foreword ........................................................................................................................................................... 5

3 Technical data ................................................................................................................................................... 6


3.1 Main dimensions .......................................................................................................................................... 6
3.2 Performance data......................................................................................................................................... 7
3.3 Order Code Key ........................................................................................................................................... 8
3.4 Machine number key.................................................................................................................................... 9

4 Safety ............................................................................................................................................................... 10
4.1 Dangers arising from non observance of safety instructions ..................................................................... 10
4.2 Safety conscious working .......................................................................................................................... 10
4.3 Personnel qualification and training ........................................................................................................... 10
4.4 Precise safety instructions for the operator ............................................................................................... 10
4.5 Danger symbol ........................................................................................................................................... 12
4.6 Safety during inspection, maintenance and repair ..................................................................................... 13
4.7 Forbidden practices ................................................................................................................................... 13
4.8 Additional warnings .................................................................................................................................... 13

5 General............................................................................................................................................................. 14
5.1 Introduction ................................................................................................................................................ 14
5.2 Application.................................................................................................................................................. 14
5.3 General permissible operational conditions ............................................................................................... 14
5.4 Copyright .................................................................................................................................................... 15
5.5 Warranty terms........................................................................................................................................... 15

6 Transportation ................................................................................................................................................ 16
6.1 Packing ...................................................................................................................................................... 16
6.2 Transportation ............................................................................................................................................ 17
6.3 Transport .................................................................................................................................................... 17
6.4 Protection ................................................................................................................................................... 17

7 Construction & Description ........................................................................................................................... 18


7.1 Construction ............................................................................................................................................... 18
7.1.1 Construction of high pressure pump HDP 72 ........................................................................................ 18
7.2 Description ................................................................................................................................................. 19
7.2.1 General description of the pump ............................................................................................................ 19
7.2.2 Crank section with pressurised lubrication system ................................................................................ 19
7.2.3 Piston seal assembly ............................................................................................................................. 19
7.2.4 Pump head ............................................................................................................................................. 19
7.2.5 Pressure regulating and overflow valve ................................................................................................. 21
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7.2.6 Safety valve ............................................................................................................................................ 21

8 Installation & Start up .................................................................................................................................... 22


8.1 Connecting the driver .................................................................................................................................. 22
8.2 Suction (feed) side installation .................................................................................................................... 22
8.3 Calculating the suction and discharge hose internal diameters (DN) ........................................................ 24
8.4 Connections to the high pressure pump outlet (discharge side) ................................................................ 26
8.5 Installation of hoses, pipe work and cables ................................................................................................ 26

9 Operation ......................................................................................................................................................... 29
9.1 Pre-start checks .......................................................................................................................................... 29
9.2 To start the unit ........................................................................................................................................... 29
9.3 Setting the operating pressure.................................................................................................................... 30
9.3.1 by manually operated pressure regulating valve .................................................................................... 30
9.3.2 by pneumatically operated pressure regulating valve ............................................................................ 30
9.3.3 by setting the r.p.m. of the drive engine ................................................................................................. 30

10 Shut down ....................................................................................................................................................... 31


10.1 Stopping the unit ......................................................................................................................................... 31
10.2 Overnight shut down ................................................................................................................................... 31
10.3 Extended shut down (14 days and longer) ................................................................................................. 32
10.3.1 Draining the pump .............................................................................................................................. 32
10.3.2 Protecting the high pressure pump ..................................................................................................... 32
10.3.3 Filling the pump unit with anti-corrosion emulsion or anti-freeze solution. ......................................... 32
10.3.4 Equipment required for filling a pump unit if no suction installation is available ................................. 33
10.3.5 Method of filling the pump with anti-corrosion emulsion or anti-freeze solution using an external
membrane pump ................................................................................................................................................. 33
10.3.6 Other protective measures ................................................................................................................. 33

11 Maintenance .................................................................................................................................................... 35
11.1 Fault finding and remedy ............................................................................................................................ 35
11.2 Maintenance ............................................................................................................................................... 36
11.3 Daily inspection ........................................................................................................................................... 36
11.4 Water filter inspection ................................................................................................................................. 36
11.5 Oil change ................................................................................................................................................... 37
11.5.1 First oil change after 1000 operating hours ........................................................................................ 37
11.5.2 Next oil changes ................................................................................................................................. 37
11.5.3 Lubrication plan and lubricants ........................................................................................................... 38
11.6 Repair & Replacement................................................................................................................................ 39
11.7 Maintenance of the pump head 00.02145.1089 (-006) .............................................................................. 40
11.7.1 Disassembly (ref. to fig. pump head) .................................................................................................. 40
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11.7.2 Assembling (ref. to fig.: Pump head).................................................................................................. 42


11.8 Maintenance of the seal assembly: 00.00743.1989 (-008) ........................................................................ 44
11.8.1 Disassembly ....................................................................................................................................... 44
11.8.2 Reassembly ....................................................................................................................................... 45
11.9 Changing the bellows ................................................................................................................................. 47
11.10 Instructions for fitting packings ............................................................................................................... 48
11.11 Torque tables ......................................................................................................................................... 49

12 Pressure regulating valve 00.05893.0031 ..................................................................................................... 50


12.1 Technical Data ........................................................................................................................................... 52
12.2 Installation (ref. to fig.: Complete pressure regulating valve) .................................................................... 53
12.3 Adjustment ................................................................................................................................................. 53
12.4 Maintenance............................................................................................................................................... 53

13 Safety valve 00.05877.0039 ............................................................................................................................ 60

14 Safety notes for high pressure hoses .......................................................................................................... 61


14.1 Before using the hose ................................................................................................................................ 62
14.2 Use of the hose .......................................................................................................................................... 62

15 Index................................................................................................................................................................. 63
Operating instructions
Foreword No.: HDP 72
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2 Foreword
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All personnel who are responsible for the operation and maintenance of the
High pressure pump HDP 72 must:
Read and fully understand these instructions, especially the section “Safety“
before attempting to operate.
Ensure that these instructions are always readily available to all personnel
concerned.

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Manufacturer and customer services address:


HAMMELMANN Maschinenfabrik GmbH
Zum Sundern 13 – 21 • 59302 Oelde • Germany
P. O. Box 33 09 • 59282 Oelde • Germany
Telephone: +49 (0) 25 22 76-0
Telefax: +49 (0) 25 22) 76-4 44
e-mail: mail@hammelmann.de
http://www.hammelmann.de
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Type: HDP 72

Serial no.: B3.01072.1592

Date: 2013

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Operating instructions
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3 Tech nical dat a
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3.1 Main dimensions


 Fig.: 1 Main dimensions of the high pressure pump

Weight of the pump: approx. 215 kg


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3.2 Performance data


The following table shows the pump performances. The performance data of your pump can be taken from the
machine card or the pump name plate.

D = Piston diameter
PN = Required power rating
n = r.p.m.
P = Operating pressure
Q = Flow rate
n in 1/min PN in kW
D in mm Engine Crank shaft Q in l/min 30 37 45 55 70
n1 n2 p in bar
1500 625 26 600 740 900 1100 1130
22
1500/1800 750 32 500 610 750 910 1130
1500 625 32 500 620 750 920 950
24
1500/1800 750 38 420 520 630 780 950
1500 625 38 430 530 640 780 810
26
1500/1800 750 45 350 440 530 650 810
1500 625 50 320 390 480 590
30
1500/1800 750 59 260 330 400 490 600
1500 625 69 230 290 350 430
35
1500/1800 750 81 190 240 290 360 440
1500 625 91 180 220 270 330
40
1500/1800 750 107 150 180 220 270 340
1500 625 115 140 170 210 260
45
1500/1800 750 135 110 140 170 210 270
1500 625 142 110 130 170 210
50
1500/1800 750 167 90 110 140 170 210
1500 625 172 90 110 140 170
55 1500/1800 750 201 70 90 110 140 180
1800/2150 900 246 60 70 100 120 150

• Rod force F = 43000 N


• Stroke h = 40 mm
• Average piston speed
at a crank r.p.m. of:

 625 1/min = 0,84 m/sec



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750 1/min = 1,00 m/sec
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3.3 Order Code Key


Key for code numbers for high pressure pumps and units.

09. X X XX X. X XXX

to identify performance data (see performance table)

to identify gear ratio

to identify design of water end


1 = Uniflow / piston
2 = Labyrinth
3 = Dynamic ceramic plunger
4 = Dynamic tung. carbide plunger
5 = Process pumps
6 = Sewer cleaning pump
7 = Packing
8 = Free
9 = Special design (according machine card)

to identify type of pump (power end)


02 = HDP 20 08 = HDP 86 17 = HDP 170 40 = HDP 400
03 = HDP 30 11 = HDP 110 19 = HDP 196 48 = HDP 480
04 = HDP 40 12 = HDP 120 23 = HDP 230 55 = HDP 550
05 = HDP 50 14 = HDP 146 25 = HDP 250 75 = HDP 750
07 = HDP 70 16 = HDP 160 38 = HDP 380 MC = HDP MC
to identify type of drive
0 = Without motor 5 = Freq. translation adj. 0 - 1800 1/min.
1 = Electric motor 400 V, 50 Hz / 460 V, 60 Hz 6 = Electric motor with special voltage
2 = Diesel engine, air cooled 7 = Electric motor free issued
3 = Diesel engine, water cooled 8 = Diesel engine free issued
4 = Freq. translation adj. 800 - 1800 1/min. 9 = Special drive according parts list

to identify type of assembly


0 = Bare shaft pump
1 = Short frame for electronic motor
2 = Long frame for e-motor + hose reel etc.
3 = Diesel on frame without fuel tank
4 = Diesel on frame, with fuel tank
6 = S 1000, S 1500, Aquajet units
9 = Special frames

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3.4 Machine number key


The machine number provides the following information:

XX. XX XXX. XXXX

Internal number

Pump type
i. e. for High pressure pump

072 = HDP 72
127 = HDP 127
174 = HDP 174
232 = HDP 232
353 = HDP 353

Free

Year of
i. e. 90 = 1990
A0 = 2000
A1 = 2001
A2 = 2002
A3 = 2003 etc.
B0 = 2010
B1 = 2011 etc.

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Operating instructions
No.: HDP 72 Safety
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4 Saf et y
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4.1 Dangers arising from non observance of safety instructions


Using the most modern manufacturing techniques HAMMELMANN produce high pressure equipment which is
subject to stringent Quality, Function and Safety tests. Even so, improper or unsuitable use of high pressure
equipment, or operation by untrained personal can result in accidents leading to:
 Danger of death or injury.
 Costly damages claims.
All personnel who are responsible for the operation and maintenance of high pressure equipment must, before they
attempt operation be fully conversant with and completely understand the contents of this manual. Particular atten-
tion must be paid to this section "safety" and these instructions must always be readily available to all personnel
concerned. No claims for personal injuries or damages arising from ignorance or non observance of safety
procedures can be accepted.

4.2 Safety conscious working


Always observe accident prevention rules (e.g. in Great Britain - "Health and Safety at Work Act”)! Refer to local
statutory or recommended codes of practice for the use of water jetting equipment. If no codes of practice are in
place in your country you are advised to obtain and adopt those of another country.

4.3 Personnel qualification and training


Only trained personnel should be entrusted with operation, maintenance, inspection and repair of high pressure
water equipment. The owners of the equipment are responsible for ensuring that all personnel concerned are fully
trained and conversant with the contents of this manual. If necessary, training courses should be arranged.

4.4 Precise safety instructions for the operator


 The operation of water jetting equipment should only be entrusted to personnel who are,
 fully conversant with the operation procedure.
 fully aware of the inherent dangers.
 Dangers are for instance,
 reaction force.
 cutting power of the jet.
 hose shortening when pressurised.
 working close to electrical sources or machinery.
 In the case of bare shaft pumps never connect a driver that can exceed the pump max. power rating as given
on the name plate.
 A pump unit must always be fitted with a mains cut-off / ignition switch system.
 An emergency switch is an essential component of any pump unit.
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 Before each operation the employer should ensure that a competent or trained person has checked,
 that units and / or equipment are in good condition and
 that the important elements, i.e.: safety devices, hoses, hose connections etc. are in good order.
 Any fault should be remedied before using the equipment.
 Follow precisely all start up/shut down procedures given in the operating instructions
During operation regularly check the hoses, fittings and jetting accessories (i.e.: nozzles,
spray bar) for signs of leakage. In the case of leakage stop the pump unit immediately.
Do not attempt a close visual inspection of leakage while the pump is running.
 Use only the correct tools, i.e.: ensure that you have the correct spanner size to fit connection nuts etc.

Do not vary the pump pressure unless you have informed the accessory / machine operator
that you are about to do so.

 Upon shut down ensure that all elements of the equipment are depressurised (atmospheric pressure).
 When using two or more consumers (i.e.: spray guns) from a single pump unit,
 care shall be taken to ensure that the pressure regulating valve or unloader is correctly set so that the
operation of any consumer (i.e.: spray gun) will not cause a sudden pressure change and / or excessive
reaction forces.
 Never use accessories, i.e.: hoses, spray pistols etc. above the maximum specified operating pressure.
The maximum pressure of any system is only equal to the maximum pressure rating of the lowest rated
component therein.
 Position hoses,
 so that they are not clamped or kinked and cannot chafe against sharp edges.
 Interfering with safety elements is strictly forbidden! Damaging, e.g. the locking wire or seal coating will
invalidate the guarantee and will release us from any liability in the event of accident or injury.
 Use only accessories and spares from HAMMELMANN or their approved suppliers. Use of parts that are not
marked as tested or that are supplied without a test certificate can be dangerous. Think of your own safety.
(Also see guarantee conditions)
 The employer must ensure,
 that the workplace is cleared, offers a firm footing and there is no possibility of tripping.
 Trailing lines, loose debris and tools do not make a safe workplace.
 The jetting operator must ensure,
 that there is no danger to neighbouring workers, and that the workplace is closed off with barriers.
 signs are erected to prohibit unauthorised entry i.e.: Danger! High pressure water.
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 Causes of danger are,


 the jet (cutting power).
 spray mist (with dangerous chemical additives).
 loose debris or other items picked up and projected by the force of the jet.
 Avoid contact with any spray arrangement:
 Do not place your hand or other bodily parts in front of a pressurised nozzle.
 Never under any circumstances point an accessory (i.e.: pistol) at other persons even when depressurised.
 Hazards to your health are,
 the properties of the liquid (Wet, high temp, caustic etc.)
 the high pressure (i.e.: cutting power of the jet, possible impact damage to tissue and bacterial infection).
 To work with liquid jets the employer should ensure that all operatives wear protective clothing, i.e.:
 Protective suit,
 Safety helmet,
 Flexible closed gloves,
 Slip proof safety boots with foot and shin protection.,
 Ear protectors,
 Respiratory protector,
 Safety glasses or full face visor.
Operatives ignoring the employers instruction to wear any of the above do so at their own
risk!
In the event that a person is struck by a waterjet they must immediately report to or be
taken to a doctor. Even seemingly minor injuries can have serious consequences! Liquids
can be injected into body tissue leaving no obvious external damage!

4.5 Danger symbol

This symbol, always indicates an important safety instruction. You must read,
understand and follow the instruction precisely!
Failure to follow such an instruction can result in extreme danger to persons and
damage to property.
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4.6 Safety during inspection, maintenance and repair


The owner shall be responsible for ensuring that all inspection, maintenance and repair works are carried out by
competent, fully trained personnel. He shall also ensure that said personnel have read and fully understood this
manual.
Before commencing such works all safety and shut down instructions herein must be observed. Before starting
such works on diesel engine driven units disconnect the battery cables. In case of e-motor driven units cut-off
tension / unplug mains plug. Before restarting follow the instructions given in the section “Installation”.

4.7 Forbidden practices


Operating , maintenance and repair procedures other than described herein or
unauthorised design modifications are forbidden on safety grounds. The manufacturer
cannot be held responsible for any consequences arising from the fitting of unauthorised
spare parts or accessories.

4.8 Additional warnings


 When this high pressure equipment (i.e.: rotary joint, pistol etc.) is built into a high pressure system you must
also refer to the safety and operation instructions of the other high pressure elements before use!
Other elements are for instance:
 Drive, Pump, Spray head or Spray bar, Surface cleaners, etc.
 If using a diesel or petrol powered unit in an enclosed area ensure that there is sufficient ventilation and that
exhaust gases are vented to atmosphere.
 In the event that other high pressure accessories (i.e.: hoses) are used in conjunction with this unit then the
relevant manufacturer's or supplier's operation instructions should be observed and followed in all cases.
 If your pump unit is mounted on a roadworthy trailer you must ensure that the towing vehicle is suitable for the
weight! See construction and description section for trailer details.
 Drivers must ensure that towing vehicle and trailer are in a roadworthy condition and that they comply with local
traffic regulations.
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Operating instructions
No.: HDP 72 General
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5.1 Introduction
Your HAMMELMANN High pressure pump is the product of many years of research, development and testing in
the field of high pressure manufacture.
Modern design and production procedures allow us to place the highest demands on the quality of our products.
For you, this means:
 High precision manufacture,
 high reliability and
 efficiency.
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5.2 Application
There are many applications for HAMMELMANN High and Ultra high pressure pumps, i.e.:
 Liquid dosing and transportation.
 Hydrogenation and cracking processing.
 Decoring and cleaning castings.
 Water jet cutting.
 Building, bridge, highway renovations.
 General high pressure cleaning
 of flat surfaces,
 transportation and production plants,
 of the inside and outside of pipes and tanks etc.

Use only HAMMELMANN accessories designed for the maximum pressure of your high
pressure pump (unit).

If you have any questions concerning accessories or special application techniques please contact
HAMMELMANN or an accredited agent.
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5.3 General permissible operational conditions


Unless otherwise stated in writing (contractually) by HAMMELMANN the following operational conditions apply:
 Use only clean medium. Any solids must not exceed a max. particle size of 10 µm or a concentration of
50 mg/l. (Ensure suitable filtration is installed). Medium supply temperature must not exceed 40°C. The max.
permissible feed velocity is 1 m/sec. at a necessary admission pressure of min. 3 bar to max. 10 bar.
Before attempting to introduce any cleaning fluids obtain written approval from
HAMMELMANN!
Cleaning fluids should not attack the non-ferrous heavy metal (bronze)!
Under no circumstances introduce cleaning fluids containing Amine or Phosphate!
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5.4 Copyright
The copyright of these operating instructions is the property of HAMMELMANN GmbH. These instructions contain
technical descriptions and illustrations that may not be electronically stored or reproduced in whole or in part or be
passed to third parties in any form whatsoever without the written permission of the owners.
We are protected by law against contravention of the above and will take appropriate action if necessary.
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5.5 Warranty terms


Corresponding to our general business conditions we guarantee a warranty of 24 months or 2000 operating hours,
excluding normal wearing parts.
The guarantee would be invalidated if:
 The equipment was used for purposes under other than our admissible conditions.
 The leads at the safety organs are injured.
 The high pressure pump was used with accessories or fitted with spare parts not supplied by HAMMELMANN.
 If the damage is caused by:
 Improper use.
 Ignoring the maintenance instructions.
 Use beyond the provided operative range.
 Unsuitable flow medium.
 Faulty installation.
 Incorrectly or not professionally positioned pipe lines.
 Unauthorized changes or reconstruction’s.
 Cavitation

If there is the need of a Guarantee Claim Application can be demanded from HAMMELMANN.
The contents of the operating instructions and product documentation shall not become part of or
modify any prior or existing agreement, commitment or relationship. All the obligations of
HAMMELMANN result from the sale contracts which is also the complete and only valid
guaranteed rules. Any statements contained herein do not create new warranties or modify the
existing warranty.
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6.1 Packing
Method of packing is determined by method of transport. At the minimum the pump unit will be protected from the
elements.

Packing symbols (for example).

This way up Keep away from heat Sling here Keep dry

Fragile handle with Centre of gravity No hand truck here Use no hooks
care

Do not use forklifts or


similar transportation
units
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6.2 Transportation
 Normally a pump unit will be transported without fuel in the tank. Sometimes the pump and engine will have
been drained of oil and in some cases the cooling system will also be drained.

Please check the pump unit for notices as to its delivery condition.

 For safety precautions will have been taken to stop leakage of fuel, oil etc. during transportation.

6.3 Transport
If your pump unit is mounted on a roadworthy trailer you must ensure that the towing
vehicle is suitable for the weight! See construction and description section for trailer
details.
Drivers must ensure that towing vehicle and trailer are in a roadworthy condition and that
they comply with local traffic regulations.

Only lift trailers with a suitable lifting device on the lifting point!

6.4 Protection
All pumps and pump units only leave our works when they have undergone a strict test procedure. At the end of
the test an anti corrosion emulsion is introduced and the pump is run for a minute. This is to ensure that all water
bearing parts such as plunger, pump head etc. are completely protected against corrosion. As an extra precaution
all exposed polished metal parts are sprayed with Optimol F + D protective fluid.
The above precautions do not hinder the initial start up of the pump. The coating of F + D in fact acts as a lubricant
and prevents wear. The anti corrosion emulsion is very quickly flushed out by the high pressure water.
The protection process is suitable for the transport period between our works and reaching the customer. If the
pump is to be stored for an indefinite period of time before operation further precautions will be needed. Please ask
you HAMMELMANN agent for advice. Our recommendations can be found in the section “Shut down” paragraph 3.
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7 Constru ction & Description


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7.1 Construction
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7.1.1 Construction of high pressure pump HDP 72

Item no. Description Item no. Description


10 Pump head 100 Oil cooler
20 High pressure discharge 110 Oil dip stick
30 Nameplate 120 Oil filler neck
40 Oil pressure manometer 130 Suction connection
50 Oil pump 140 Suction chamber
70 Oil line 150 Cover plate
80 Oil filter 160 Drive shaft
90 Oil drain plug 170 Mounting holes
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7.2 Description

7.2.1 General description of the pump

The HDP 72 is a compact, three plunger pump containing the unique HAMMELMANN plunger seal assembly. The
special advantage of this pump is the high pressure plunger seal which reduces friction losses and apparations of
wear to an absolute minimum. That guarantees a long working time under highest pressures.

7.2.2 Crank section with pressurised lubrication system

The crank section is precision built to withstand heavy loads. Its function is to transmit the rotary motion of the drive
shaft to an oscillating motion at the pump plungers. The transmission works via three pump plungers turned by
120° with conrods and crossheads. The crankshaft is an assembly made from hardened and tempered steel. The
canted gear wheels are located in the middle area of the crankshaft. The storage of the crankshaft is carried out by
two roller bearings on the ends of the crankshaft. Conrods have bush bearings both ends running on hardened,
polished surfaces at the crankshaft and gudgeon pins.

The pressurised oil lubrication system consists of an oil pump, an oil cooler, oil filter and an oil pressure
manometer. It supplies all bearings and sliding faces with filtered oil. Conrod bearings are lubricated via oil
channels in the crankshaft and the gudgeon pins via channels in the con-rods. The crank section is sealed with
special seals and a rotary shaft seal at the drive shaft .

Check the oil pressure! The ideal oil pressure should be between 3 and 6 bar. A safety shut
off is carried out at 2 bar.

7.2.3 Piston seal assembly

The piston seal assembly is the piston or plunger sealing. The piston or plunger sealing is made by packings. The
arrangement of the packings is so designed that the packings are self adjusted. If their is a higher leakage
observed change the packings. Any high pressure leakage flows back into the suction chamber. The piston
respectively the plunger is made by solid ceramics.

7.2.4 Pump head

The pump head housing is machined from a single block of high grade stainless steal and is free of alternating
stress and therefore not subject to fatigue cracking. The uncomplicated suction and discharge valve sets allow
easy maintenance.
It operates as follows:
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 On the downward stroke of the plunger


 closes the suction valve
 Pressure drops from suction pressure to valve opening pressure,
 Pressure valve opens,
 Flowing in the pressure line.
 On the suction stroke of the plunger
 Pressure valve closes,
 Pressure rises from flow pressure to suction pressure,
 Suction valve opens,
 Suction of the medium from the low-pressure part (suction chamber).
 Fig Function

Druckwasser

Suction water

High pressure water

Item Description Item Description


no. no.
A Pressure chamber E Sleeve
B Pressure valve F Plunger
C Suction valve G Conrod
D Suction chamber H Crankshaft
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7.2.5 Pressure regulating and overflow valve

The pressure regulating valve/overflow valve allows a smooth setting of operating pressure from admission
pressure to max. operating overpressure. That makes an optimal use of the energy source.
The drive can happen pneumatic or manual.
Regulators are available in various forms for a variety of operating pressures and flow rates.
Mobile units with pneumatic pressure regulating valves are usually supplied with control air pressure from a
compressor in the system. On stationary units the local air pressure can be used from an internal pneumatic
circular pipeline. The max. control pressure air required is 4 bar.

 Setting the wished pressure with the pressure regulating valve (manual adjustment) by:
 Turning the eccentric lever

» Clockwise => increases the pressure,

» Anti-clockwise => decreases the pressure.


 Tension the eccentric lever, pump goes to idle speed

 Setting of the air pressure with the help of the pressure air:
 The operating pressure is directly proportional to the control air pressure with which the pressure
regulating valve is admitted.
 Increasing the air pressure means setting a higher operating pressure.
 Decreasing of air pressure means setting a lower operating pressure.
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7.2.6 Safety valve

The safety valve prevents the high pressure pump from accidentally exceeding the maximum permitted operating
pressure. It is set at the maximum permitted operating pressure and secured by locking wire at our works. If the
pump pressure exceeds the set pressure then the safety valve opens and the medium emits pressureless. If the
safety valve has operated it should be tested to ensure that it is sealing under pressure. If it is not it must be
replaced. The seat stud / guide piece can be refurbished and the valve reset at our works. Repair and resetting is
only permitted at our works.
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8.1 Connecting the driver


If the high pressure pump is to be driven by an:
 Electric motor (with or without variable frequency drive) or a diesel engine :
Electric motors should always have a main isolating switch. If one is not fitted please
install one!
Electrical installation should only be carried out by qualified technicians!
If an electric motor with a variable frequency drive is employed with a speed range of zero
to maximum a separate electrically powered oil pump must be installed. For speed ranges
starting above zero please consult Hammelmann.
Adhere to the installation instructions and the operating instructions of the electric motor /
diesel engine manufacturer!
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 The driver power must be transmitted to the pump by a flexible coupling (not HDP 10 & 20 which are belt
driven).
 When selecting the coupling please refer to the manufacturer’s literature AND THE DRIVER
MANUFACTURER’S TECHNICAL DATA;
 Check the adjustments of the coupling particularly alignment and if necessary readjust.
 The preferred direction of rotation of the pump is marked on the crank housing (on the right side seen from the
front on the drive shaft).

8.2 Suction (feed) side installation


 The pumped medium can only emit from the pump smoothly under high pressure if:
 The medium is totally free from air or gas bubbles.
 The correct volume of medium is available.
 The suction (feed) line is as free as possible of elbows, T-pieces, restrictions and other items that cause
turbulence.
 The medium has a low feed velocity and unhindered flow.
 Feed velocity: » max. 1m/sec
 Feed pressure: » min. 3 bar
» max.6 bar
Operation with other parameters requires our written permission. If you install a boost
pump the inlet pressure of the boost pump must not exceed 3 bar. Install a pressure
reducing valve if necessary.
A boost pump for a diesel engine powered unit will be belt driven. Refer to the diesel
engine manufacturer’s instructions for installing PTO driven ancillary equipment.
A boost pump for an electrically powered unit must be driven by an independent electric
motor. It must be wired to the control panel so that when the main pump motor is started
the boost pump motor starts before the main pump motor and when the main motor is
stopped the boost pump motor stops after the main pump motor.
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To prolong the life or wearing parts such as valves, control pistons etc. it is recommended
that you ensure the medium is as clean as possible. There is no substitute for adequate,
efficient filtration. Solids, especially abrasive solids in the medium will curtail the working
life of wearing parts. Install a suitably sized filter system between the boost pump and the
suction chamber of the high pressure pump. A blocked medium filter can cause cavitation
and damage the pump. Damage to the pump caused by cavitation is excluded from the
guarantee. Therefore, we recommend the installation of a pressure sensor (with
monitoring) to immediately switch off the high pressure pump in the case of a blocked
filter.
If you are not sure how to design a pipe work system to prevent ingress of air, ingress of
foreign matter, high medium velocity etc. especially if you intend to re-circulate the medium
then do not hesitate to seek advice from your Hammelmann agent or from Hammelmann
customer services.

Filters are available from HAMMELMANN to eliminate abrasive particles larger than 10 µ
and concentrations of 20 mg/l.

 Water quality for high pressure pumps

Type 2 + 7 Type 3 Type 4


Max. particle size / Filtration
10 µm 10 µm 1 µm
degree
Max. content solids 50 mg/l 50 mg/l 20 mg/l
Max. total hardness 20°dH 20°dH 3 - 10°dH
Max. hardness (CaCO3) 350 mg/l 350 mg/l 50 – 175 mg/l
Max. content iron (Fe) 0.5 mg/l 0.5 mg/l 0.5 mg/l
Max. content chlorine (Cl) 100 ppm 100 ppm 100 ppm
Max. content sulphate
100 ppm 100 ppm 100 ppm
(SO4)
Max. content phosphate
50 ppm 50 ppm 50 ppm
(PO3)
Free chlorine 1 mg/l 1 mg/l 1 mg/l
pH 6,5 – 8,5 6,5 – 8,5 6,5 – 8,5
* Dependant upon type of particle (hardness)
No additives with corrosive effect on non-ferrous heavy metals (if to be used consult HAMMELMANN).
In certain cases variations from the above may be possible! HAMMELMANN offer suitable filter systems.

When used in high pressure washing- or de-burring machines etc. follow our specific
instructions for these applications.

The pump can become contaminated due to:


- An extremely high feed velocity.
- Connecting a seldom used supply line.
- Taking supply from a fire hydrant.
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8.3 Calculating the suction and discharge hose internal diameters (DN)
To determine the internal diameter of the hoses refer to the diagram below.
 Example 1 (--------)
 A speed of v = 0.45 m/s and an output of Q = 150 l/min. The straight connection between these two values
on the scales results in the hoses DN 80 on the centre scale.

 Example 2 (_____)
 A speed of v = 5,5 m/s and an output of Q = 66 l/min. The straight connection between these two values on
the scales results in the hoses DN 16 on the centre scale.
 Fig.: Diagram

 Optimum flow velocities:


 Suction (feed) side: 0.5 m/s
 Pressure (discharge) side: 5,0 m/s
 Not taken into consideration:
 The resistance of pipes, bends, valves.
 The viscosity and the effects of temperature on viscosity and other influencing factors.
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 Fig. Pressure losses in hoses and pipe work

The pressure loss represented here is related to 1 m length and increases linearly with increasing hose / pipe
length (theoretical values).
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8.4 Connections to the high pressure pump outlet (discharge side)


All components on the high pressure outlet (discharge) side (hoses, fittings, pipe work etc.)
must be designed to safely withstand the pump maximum operating pressure and flow rate.
Carefully check the performance parameters marked on the components before installing
them. Please contact your Hammelmann agent or Hammelmann customer services if you
require advice on permanent discharge pipe work.

8.5 Installation of hoses, pipe work and cables


Before installing any ancillary items it is, especially in the case of fixed stationary pump
units, important to address the issue of positioning.
A fixed, stationary pump unit with pipe work must be positioned to comply with the good
engineering practices for suction and discharge installations as described in these
instructions. Additionally the floor or plinth must be as level, flat and smooth as possible.
Never anchor a stationary unit directly to the floor or plinth. Always use anti-vibration
mountings between the pump unit base frame and the floor/plinth. Ensure that the unit has
adequate ventilation.
A mobile pump unit employing suction and discharge hoses must be positioned on as flat
and level ground as possible. If the unit is built into any form of enclosure (sound damping
cover etc.) ensure that it is positioned so that air intakes and air exhaust outlets are not
blocked off by walls or vehicles etc. Mobile pump units must have the handbrake engaged
and / or wheel chocks deployed before making any connections.
The following connections can be made to a high pressure pump unit dependent upon the scope of the unit build:
 Suction hose / pipe work (between water supply point and the pump)
 Oil cooler water out to waste or back to tank
 Piston cooling
 Highest pressure hose / pipe work line
 Bypass line hose / pipe work to waste or back to tank.
 Burst disc over pressure safety device outlet tube to waste.
 Control cable for electrically actuated bypass from manual tools (i.e. water blasting gun).
 Control systems. Connect pressure and temperature transmitter (sensor). Check the functions at test run.
 Pneumatic control lines (hoses) i.e. control line to membrane cylinder of bypass or pressure regulating valve, or
to pneumatically powered or actuated accessories (water blasting gun).
 Notes on connecting the ancillaries.
 Suction hose / pipe work
 To install a suction hose remove protective cap (if fitted) from the supply line connection and ensure that
the connection is clean. Let the water run for a minute or two to flush out any residue then turn off the
supply and connect the suction (feed) hose to the supply line.
 Turn on the supply again and flush the suction hose until the water is completely clean. Turn the supply off
and connect the free end of the hose to the pump suction connection.
 On fixed installations with permanently installed suction pipe work you must ensure that the complete
system is clean and free from fabrication debris before making the final connection to the pump unit.
 Oil cooler line
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 This is a push fit hose connection on the cooler. The cooling water emits without pressure and can be run
to waste or back to the pump suction side tank (if fitted)
 Separate oil cooler supply
 Normally the oil cooler supply is from the suction chamber but if the suction water is above 35°C a
separate supply with a lower temperature must be provided.
On fixed installations do not feed bypass or oil cooler water back to another return line unless that
return line is also without pressure.
 Piston cooling
 Never close off the piston cooling drain hose/line. The cooling water must be able to flow freely away. If
necessary run the hose to a suitable container or similar.
 High pressure hose / pipe work
 To fit a high pressure hose remove the protective cap or threaded plug from the H.P. pump water
discharge connection. Ensure the mating thread is clean and then smear with Molykote (1000 anti-
seize) grease. Remove the cap from the hose outside and repeat the cleaning and greasing
procedure. Connect the high pressure hose and tighten to a torque value as per the table below. This
procedure should be followed when fitting hose extensions and the consumer (water blasting gun etc.).
 The cleaning and greasing procedure should be applied threaded fittings in permanent high pressure
pipe work such as ring lines for high pressure water blasting with several discharge points around the
plant, ship, automobile paint spray line etc. We recommend that you fit a length of high pressure hose
between the pump discharge fitting and the ring line connector to damp the inherent pulsation from the
pump and reduce vibration in the line. Ring lines should be attached to structures with cushioned pipe
clamps. Discharge pipe work connected directly to the pump discharge (as often the case in
production processes) should be flexible enough to counter the effects of discharge pulsation.
Torque for high pressure hoses
Nominal dia. in mm Connection thread Spanner size in mm Torque in Nm
10 M 18 x 1,5 DKL 22 50
12 M 22 x 1,5 DKL 27 62
20 M 30 x 1,5 DKM 36 83
25 M 38 x 1,5 DKM 46 105
10 M 22 x 1,5 DKO 27 30
12 M 24 x 1,5 DKO 32 33
20 M 36 x 2,0 DKO 46 49
25 M 42 x 2,0 DKO 50 57
Connection with pressure screw and pressure ring
Pressure screw
5 M 14 x 1,5 links 70
M 30 x 2 (32mm A/F)
Pressure screw
8 M 14 x 1,5 LH 70
M 30 x 2 (32mm A/F)
Pressure screw
12 M 20 x 1,5 LH 70
M 42 x 2 (46mm A/F)
30
50 SAE 2” 6000 psi 300
(4 x M 20)
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For your own safety:


Check all hose and pipe work connections for tightness a second time.

 Bypass line
 The standard bypass connection is a ”push fit” connector on the Hammelmann pressure regulating valve or
bypass valve. We recommend a clear plastic hose held in place by a hose clip. The bypass line is used to
dispose of the water when the consumer is closed and the pump is running without pressure. The water
can run to waste or back to the pump suction side tank (if fitted).
 Burst disc outlet
 In the event of a burst disc rupture medium will emit from the burst disc assembly initially at high velocity.
We recommend fitting a steel (Ermeto type) tube between the burst disc assembly and the pump unit base
frame. The burst disc assembly is attached to the Hammelmann pressure regulating valve or bypass valve.
 Control cable
 If you have installed an electrical bypass control system for use with Hammelmann four pole, electrically
actuated blasting tools or key switch remove the protective caps from plugs and sockets. Ensure they are
clean and dry before connecting.

Never connect or disconnect a cable when the pump unit is running!

 Pneumatic control line


 Connect the pneumatic control hose (i.e. for pneumatically driven high pressure blasting gun) onto the
push fit connection of the unit. Ensure that connections are in order and clean.

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9.1 Pre-start checks


 Check the pump oil level and top up if necessary. The oil level should not be below
the minimum shown on the dip stick.
 Also check if there is water i the oil (emulsion). If found determine and dispose of
the cause. Then change the oil and start (see section "Maintenance", paragraph "oil
change")
 On diesel driven units: Check the oil level of the diesel engine and top up if
necessary.
 Check the condition of the filter housing and inlet. If dirty clean the filter housing and
fit new filter cartridge.
Before start up:
Remember that when working with hand hold accessories attached to hoses the operative
should have a firm grip on the accessory and a sure footing before start up! If a hose is
pressurised and not controlled it could whiplash causing damage or injury.

9.2 To start the unit


The jetting operator should have a good foothold and firm control of the jetting tool but
with the trigger(s) in the “OFF” position.

High pressure water is a highly effective cutting tool and therefore dangerous!
Never point a pistol, lance etc. at other personnel under any circumstances even if
unpressurised!
 Open water supply to the pump.
 the water admission pressure (min. 3 bar) and
 Release the emergency stop button .
 Starting the engine.
 Check the oil pressure!
 At 2 bar min. oil pressure turn the high pressure water on.
 Check previously values (r.p.m. or pressure dependent of the control). If necessary adjust the values
(dependent of the control or pressure regulating valve).
 Jetting operator can now engage trigger(s) and commence blasting.
 During operating a second operator should control the manometers of the pump, i.e. if the pressure always
increases continuously, and he should also oversee the jetting operator.

In the event of accident, machine problem, signs of leakage the pump operator must imme-
diately press the emergency stop button. For reasons of safety pull off the ignition key and
protect it in a safe place.
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9.3 Setting the operating pressure

9.3.1 by manually operated pressure regulating valve

 Increasing pressure: by turning the eccentric lever clockwise.


 Decreasing pressure: by turning the eccentric lever anti-clockwise.
 Relieve the eccentric lever means take away the pressure and tension the eccentric lever means the pump is
at idle speed.

9.3.2 by pneumatically operated pressure regulating valve

 When the pressure regulating valve is charged with air the pump is running under pressure.
 The maximum control air pressure is 4 bar. At a control air pressure of 4 bar the max. operating pressure is set.
 Reducing the control air pressure reduces the discharge pressure of the pump.
 Closing the air supply returns the pump to idle speed.

9.3.3 by setting the r.p.m. of the drive engine

 With diesel powered units or thyristor controlled electric powered units it is possible, in conjunction with a
suitable control system, to regulate the operating pressure by adjusting the driver speed. This is only possible
when using diesel engines with i.e. automatically operated pressure regulating valve, pressure absorption’s
and regulating motors.
 When the motor is fully loaded the max. control air pressure is set from the operator so that the max. operating
pressure stands in line.
 The operator can set the operating pressure by setting the r.p.m.
 max. motor r.p.m. => max. operating pressure
 min. r.p.m. => min. operating pressure or pump running at idle speed
When using pressure regulating valves the blower output is set on bypass and the r.p.m. is set back to idle speed if
the consumer is turned off (i.e. by releasing the trigger of the spray gun).
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These instructions cover stopping the unit, overnight shut down and extended shutdown. If the pump unit is located
outside and there is any danger of overnight freezing the complete pump unit must be drained and charged with
anti-freeze solution.

10.1 Stopping the unit


 On a diesel engine powered unit:
 Deactivate the consumer (blasting gun, key switch etc.) so that the pump is bypassing and running at idle
speed.
 Allow the engine to run freely at idle speed for 2 or 3 minutes to cool it down.
 Switch off the engine.
 Actuate the consumer to drain the remaining water from the discharge side.
 Operate the emergency stop button. If it is the lockable type lock it and remove the key for safe keeping.
 Shut off the suction (feed) line.
 On an electric motor powered unit:
 Deactivate the consumer and open the bypass.
 Switch off the motor.
 Operate the emergency stop button. If it is the lockable type lock it and remove the key for safe keeping.
 Isolate or unplug the mains power supply.

NOTE! Electrically powered, fixed installation pumps that are part of a production process
or that are installed as part of a machine in a process will normally have local or remote
controls or both. Follow the plant and/or machine manufacturer’s stopping procedures.

10.2 Overnight shut down


 Carry out the daily inspection (see section "Maintenance").
 If the pump is built into water blasting unit the following actions may be necessary depending upon the
configuration of the unit.
 Disconnect hose arrester, water and electrical connections (if fitted) at the water blasting tool and store them
carefully. Either plug/cap the hose connections or place polythene bag over them and secure with adhesive
tape.
 Disconnect the high pressure hoses and the hose arresters. Clean threaded connectors and smear with
Molykote (1000 anti-seize) and protect them as described above. Inspect hose covering for damage before
storing.
 Clean high pressure connections at the pump, smear with Molykote and fit protective caps.
 Disconnect the control cable and fit a cap on the plug. Inspect isolation of the cables for damage (while reeling
onto cable drum). Cap the connector at the pump.
 Disconnect suction, bypass and cool water hoses. Clean couplings and protect with caps. The suction hose
connections should also be cleaned, and protected if necessary.
 If the operator’s panel is fitted with a cover close it, lock it and remove the key for safekeeping.
 During an overnight shutdown without risk of freezing there is no need to drain the unit if you have been
pumping drinking quality water. If there is any danger of freezing the pump must be protected (see sections
protecting the pump onwards).
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10.3 Extended shut down (14 days and longer)


Whenever an extended shut down is envisaged the pump and its accessories should be stored in a heated, dry
atmosphere if possible. Several precautions should be taken to ensure that a future start up is trouble free.
Firstly the procedures for overnight shut down should be carried out except that the high pressure discharge,
overflow discharge and oil cooler discharge outlets should not be capped but left open.

10.3.1 Draining the pump

 If fitted drain the buffer tank, oil cooler, filter and boost pump. On HAMMELMANN supplied boost pumps oil
coolers and filters, ¼ to ½ turn with a 12 mm A/F spanner is sufficient.
 Open the overflow, and high pressure connections.
 Ensure the suction connection is fully closed off.
 Run the pump at idle speed for a few seconds, so that the remaining water can flow out of the pump easier.
This is not critical when rinsing with emulsion but is essential when protecting against freezing.
 It is not possible to drain a pump unit completely so draining alone does not offer 100% protection against
corrosion or frost damage. The oil cooler is particularly susceptible to freezing so unscrew the oil cooler hose
and blast through with compressed air.

10.3.2 Protecting the high pressure pump

As anti-corrosion emulsion we recommend: (NOTE! This is not anti-freeze.)


 90 % clean fresh water
 10% Shell 9156 or equivalent
As anti-freeze we recommend:
 Glysantin G48 or any other commercial anti-freeze engine coolant in a solution as recommended by the
manufacturer. Anti-freeze also acts as a corrosion inhibitor. Anti-freeze can be drained for reuse at the end
of the shutdown period.

Do not use windscreen washing / de-icing fluids.

10.3.3 Filling the pump unit with anti-corrosion emulsion or anti-freeze solution.

 Depending upon the size of the pump unit you will need 100 litres to 200 litres of solution.
 Fill the buffer tank (if there is no suction side installation on the pump unit) with the solution.
 Start the engine/motor.
 Observe that the solution is emitting the high pressure discharge, bypass, oil cooler return and plunger cooling
 Close all drains.
 Stop the engine /motor.
 Close the high pressure discharge.
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10.3.4 Equipment required for filling a pump unit if no suction installation is available

 Following items should be prepared for protecting the pump:


 Membrane pump (electric or manual) with a min. pressure of 1,5 bar.
 Lengths of hose to connect membrane pump to suction connection.
 Length of hose to fit to the high pressure discharge.
 An emulsion container.

10.3.5 Method of filling the pump with anti-corrosion emulsion or anti-freeze solution
using an external membrane pump

 Close filter drain cock (if fitted).


 Ensure hose connection is clean, smear with grease and connect to the high pressure discharge.
 Fit a suction hose to the membrane pump. Open the pump suction connection and fit hose between it and the
membrane pump.
 Fill container with emulsion/solution.
 Place the free ends of the membrane suction hose and the high pressure discharge hose into the container.
 Operate the membrane pump.
 Observe the overflow and oil cooler connections. When undiluted emulsion/solution is emitting close both these
off.
 Continue pumping. Remove the high pressure discharge hose from container and observe until undiluted
emulsion/solution is emitted. Place hose back into the container.
 Continue pumping for a minute or so. The emulsion/solution can be strengthened if necessary.
i.e.: add more Shell 9156 to the emulsion.
 Stop pumping. Remove the hose from suction connection and cap/close the connection.
 Remove the hose from the high pressure discharge. Clean, grease and cap both discharge and hose
connections.

10.3.6 Other protective measures

 Shut downs for a half year or longer.


Additionally drain the pump oil at operating temperature. Completely fill the crank section of the pump with
Aral Konit SAE 20W20 (or comparable) preserving oil. (The procedure of changing the oil can be seen in
section "Maintenance").
 Seal the dipstick opening.
 Remove intermediate chamber cover plate. Clean and thoroughly dry the chamber. Spray the exposed
plungers with Optimal F + D fluid. Do not spray or lubricate tungsten carbide plungers in any way.
 On diesel units disconnect the battery leads. Check battery acid level and top up if necessary.
 Also on diesel units completely fill the fuel tank and observe the engine manufacturer’s shutdown instructions.
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 Hoses
 Before undertaking the greasing and protection procedure described previously thoroughly dry the connections
carefully using compressed air.
 Take extra care when capping or protecting with polythene. Do not coil too tightly. Ensure there are no kinks in
the hose.
 Accessories
 Thoroughly clean and dry all accessories. Pay particular attention to the connectors. Grease and protect
threads as described above.
 Ensure electrical connectors are capped or protected. They must be completely dry (Repeat for the cable
drum).
 Remove all nozzles for separate storage. Grease the threads of the nozzle holders and protect against ingress
of dirt.
 A light film of protective fluid spray can be applied to metal surfaces.
 Do not use any protective fluids that could penetrate and damage seals, bearings etc.
 Re-commissioning after shut down should be preceded by checks as described previously in this manual.
 The draining procedures (re-fit batteries on diesel units) described previously should be carried out to remove
the emulsion/anti-freeze solution. Drain preserving oil and refill with normal oil as described in the section
“Maintenance” paragraph “oil change”.
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The pump unit must be switched off and all lines depressurised before attempting to check
hose connections and leakage points or making inspection and remedy!

11.1 Fault finding and remedy

Faults Possible causes Remedy


 Pump is sucking air.  Locate leakage and repair.
 Pressure regulating valve is
 Eliminate leakage or reset.
leaking or incorrectly set.

Pressure too low.  Valve set(s) seals defective.  Fit new seals.
 Suction valves can be reground
 Damaged suction and pressure or replaced. Damaged discharge
valve(s). valves should be replaced.
Check condition of valve springs.
 Replace burst disc. Check why
Burst disc rupture.  Maximum pressure exceeded. pressure exceeded. Remedy
fault.
Pump noisy.  Suction side medium shortage.  Check suction side installation.
Extreme pulsation, H. P. discharge  Suction or pressure valve(s)
 Rework or renew as necessary.
line. sticking.
Water leaking form suction chamber  Low pressure seal pack(s)
 Replace seals.
/ intermediate chamber. defective.
 Defective seal(s) at plunger rod /  Check seals and bellows if
Oil leaks into the intermediate crosshead. necessary renew.
chamber.
 Too much oil in crank.  Drain oil to correct level.
 Check sealings and rotary shaft
Oil leaks from the crank case.  If necessary renew sealings.
seals at the crank housing.
Oil emulsion emits from breather.  Medium entering crank section.  Change the oil, including
cleaning /changing the filter,
renew the seals. (ref. to oil
Dipstick shows signs of emulsion.  Medium in crank section. change). Check the bellows. If
necessary renew.
 Causes of air or gas bubbles (cavitation) in the pump
 Suction side line with bad flow characteristics.
 Fluctuating or insufficient supply of medium.
 Too short or too small a diameter suction side supply line.
 The temperature of the medium is too high in relation to the pressure. For instance the boiling point of water
considerably decreases in a vacuum. i.e.: the boiling point is at 70°C at 3 m water column vacuum. (10 m water
collumn = 1 bar)
(for damages of cavitation there is no warranty)
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11.2 Maintenance
The crank section with its rotating and sliding parts should be carefully maintained. It is important to regularly check
the oil level and top up as necessary and to change the oil.

11.3 Daily inspection


 Check the following:
 Check pump and engine oil level (diesel engine). Top up if necessary. Never run below min. level.
 Check the intermediate chamber for excess leakage water.

Only remove chamber cover plates when the pump unit is stopped.

 Also check for signs of water (emulsion) in oil. If found do not run the pump, check the reason and remedy
the fault. This is normally means referring the problem to HAMMELMANN or their accredited agent.
 Check the water filter for dirt.
 Check the condition of the filter housing and of the filter insert. If necessary clean or replace.
 Check condition and tension of all belt drives.
 All other parts of a high pressure pump unit, i. e. drive motor.

11.4 Water filter inspection


At the daily inspection you must check the water filter, if there are any signs of dirt or blockage the filter must be
replaced and the filter housing must be cleaned.
To get an access stop the unit, close off the water supply and:
 Detach water supply hose from connection.
 Open the filter drain clock ½ a turn using 12 mm A/F spanner.
 Loosen the ring screws on the filter and turn the screws upwards.
 Remove the cover and the filter cartridge.
 Take out and check the filter cartridge.

The changing of the cartridge is necessary.


 At high pressure pumps with a operating pressure up to 1500 bar every 100 operating hours.
 At high pressure pumps with a operating pressure over 1500 bar every 50 operating hours.
 Reassemble in reverse order. Only use original HAMMELMANN filter cartridges.
 Check the differential pressure after starting the unit.
The differential pressure does not exceed 1,25 bar. If a differential pressure control is installed (option) the high
pressure pump unit will be shut of at 1,25 bar differential pressure.
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11.5 Oil change


Observe environmental regulations!
When working on or with the equipment, it is imperative to observe all requirements in
regards to waste-disposal and proper recycling.
Especially during installation, repair or maintenance, water damaging agents such as
lubricating grease and oil hydraulic fluid, cooling agents, solvent-containing cleaning
agents must not leak into the ground or into the sewage system! Such materials must be
stored, transported, contained and recycled in suitable containers.

11.5.1 First oil change after 1000 operating hours

Procedure:
 Change the oil, when pump is warm (oil drains better).
 Drain the oil with the oil drain thread. Use a piece of a hose if necessary.
 A collecting tank is necessary for catching the oil (4,3 litres).
 Lay a rag or equivalent under the oil filter and then unscrew the housing. Take out filter cartridge and exchange
with a new (order no. 04.00995.0153). Reassemble the housing with the new filter cartridge.
 Examine old oil for formation of emulsion.
 Clean the thread of the oil hose and grease with Molykote 1000.
 Screw the vent plug of the oil drain valve and reassemble the oil hose.
 Fill the crank housing with new oil.
When cleaning the oil filter with solvents or equivalent (i.e. fuel)!
Solvents can be harmful to health! Pay attention to the instructions of the solvent
manufacturer (i.e. warning on the packing)!
Never fill solvents into tanks or bottles of foods or drinks. When drying with pressure air:
Do not hold bodily parts in the pressure air jet.

11.5.2 Next oil changes

 After 4000 operating hours or min. once in a year. If 4000 hours are not reached in a year, it is possible to
check the oil quality. If the oil is in good condition it can be further used up to 4000 hours. Oil check every year.
 In extreme operating conditions, i.e.: dirt or water ingress, radiated heat, etc. more frequent oil changes are
necessary. A special change schedule is advisable.
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11.5.3 Lubrication plan and lubricants

 Quantity: 4.3 litre


 Quality of oil: Polyalfaolefin (PAO)
CLP according to DIN 51517 – 3
ISO 12925 CKD
ANSI/AGMA 9005 – E02
 Hammelmann first fill: Shell Omala S4 GX 150

Alternative oils
Product
Producer
CLP 150 / ISO VG 150
Avia Syntogear PE 150
Addinol Eco Gear 150 S
Aral Degol PAS 150
BP Enersyn EP-XF 150
Castrol Alphasyn EP 150
Optimol Optigear Synthetic A 150
Esso Spartan Synth EP 150
Fuchs Renolyin Unisyn CLP OIL 150
Mobil SHC 629
Mobil
Mobilgear SHC XMP 150
PANOLIN Tecsynth 150
Enduratex* Synthetic
Petro-Canada
EP 150
Shell Omala S4 GX 150
Total Carter SH 150
OMV OMV gear SHG 150
By using other oils as here listed consult your supplier.

Note! Polyalphaolefin gear oils of different manufactures can be mixed slightly (max. 5%) with another, e.g. at oil
refill. Only small quantities (max. 5%) should be refilled, in order not to change the characteristics of the original
gear oil.
At the changing from mineral oil to polyalfaolefin the crank case must not be rinsed before new filling. The
remaining residue of the mineral oil, after a complete draining of the crank case, is compatible with the
polyalfaolefin.
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 Viscosity-Temperature-Diagram for synthetic oils at Poly- α -Olefin - Basis

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11.6 Repair & Replacement


The following section “Repair & Replacement” contains information enabling you to carry out repairs to the high
pressure section of the pump. Only competent trained technicians should undertake these repairs and only genuine
HAMMELMANN parts should be used.
For specialised training in pump repair and operation please consult your HAMMELMANN agent or HAMMEL-
MANN directly.
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The unit should be switched off, the panel cover locked and the key removed for
safekeeping before attempting to commence repairs.
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11.7 Maintenance of the pump head 00.02145.1089 (-006)


The pump head is subject to minor wearing. Maintenance is required, i.e. if a decrease of pressure or a restless run
of the pump is determined.
Before beginning to work ensure that the medium supply is switched off.
Care for cleanliness at the workplace! Dirt or i.e. little swarfs can affect the function of the
pump if they i.e. get into the valve guide or similar.

11.7.1 Disassembly (ref. to fig. pump head)

At every removing / disassembly of the pump head / valve housing check the torque
of item 500. If necessary retighten.

 Disassembly of the pump head


 Remove the pump head of the crank section or suction chamber.
 To do so: If necessary disconnect and remove all hoses and parts from the pump head.
 Working crosswise use 27 mm socket and torque wrench to remove the head retaining nuts (520).
 Lift the pump head (valve housing) from the crank section and turn it by 180°. If necessary do it with two men
or a suitable lifting device. Ensure that no pump head parts fall away.
 Disassemble the pump head on a workbench or in a vice if possible.
Always lay the parts in order of the removal and in individual sets. Mark them with a felt-tip pen if necessary.
 Disassembly of the pump head
The following instructions are made for one valve set.

Be extremely careful when removing the valve seat rings (150). Making the slightest scratch
or mark will eventually cause the component to crack.

 The following instructions are made for one valve set.


 Remove valve seat ring (150) from the sleeve of the seal assembly. Ensure that the suction valve (30) does not
fall away. Remove the pressure valve (30) from the valve seat (150). Remove the suction valve (30) from the
valve seat ring (150) or from the tappet (550).
 If necessary remove the cylinder rings (40) from the valve seat ring (150).
 Remove spring (140) with tappet (550) and if necessary the bushing (160) from the seal assembly (sleeve).
 By using a 24 mm spanner unscrew if necessary the screw in piece (500) out of the valve housing and remove
the tappet (510) with spring (20) from the valve housing (10).
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 Fig.: Pump head

Item no. Description Item no. Description


10 Valve housing 160 Bushing
20 Spring 500 Screw in piece
30 Valve 510 Tappet
40 Cylinder ring 520 Hexagon nut
140 Spring 530 Stud bolt
150 Valve seat ring 550 Tappet
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 Inspection
 Check the valve seat ring (150). If damaged or worn, replace it. It is possible that the circular seat face could
have been deformed or worn by impact of the valve (30). If it is greatly worn or deformed so much that a good
seat is no longer possible then discard and replace with new.
 Check valve (30) for scratches, pitting or cracks. Replace if any of these are evident.
 Examine the screw in piece (500) and tappet (550 and 510) for signs of wear, if damaged exchange it.
 The supporting surface between the valve seats (150) and the sleeves of the seal assembly and to the pump
housing should be smooth. Exchange scratched parts.

11.7.2 Assembling (ref. to fig.: Pump head)

 Clean all parts including new spare parts for the reassembling thoroughly with a degreasing fluid and remove
all felt-tip markings if necessary. Lay these parts in order of their assembly. Grease all slide ways carefully
(grease always means Stabyl MO 500 - order no. 04.04660.0002).
 Assembly of the pump head
 Grease the bore surfaces of the valve housing (10) with water repellent grease.
 If necessary place the tappet (510) and spring (20) into the screw in piece (500).
 Lightly grease the thread of the screw in piece (500) with Molykote 1000 (order no. 04.02750.0011) and screw
into the housing. Tighten to 250 Nm.
 If necessary insert the bushing (160) in the sleeve of the seal assembly.
 Insert spring (140) with tappet (550) in the bush (160).
 Grease the cylinder rings (40) and carefully install it into the valve seat ring (150).
 Coat internal and external surfaces of valve seat ring (150) with grease. Grease suction valve (30) and place it
into the valve seat ring (150). Place the valve seat ring (150) into the sleeve of the piston seal assembly.
 Grease pressure valve (30) and place it into the valve seat ring (150).
 If necessary place the O-ring (50) into the spacer ring (550).
 Build in the other valve sets this way.
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 Assemble the pump head (valve housing) on the crank section or suction chamber. To do so:
 Lightly grease the supporting surfaces of pump head/seal assembly.
 Carefully place the pump head (valve housing) onto the pump housing. Ensure that no parts fall away or shift.
 Lightly grease the threads of the stud bolts (530) with Molykote 1000. Screw nuts (520) on the stud bolts (530)
by your hand.
 Sketch pump head
 Then working crosswise with torque wrench
and 27 mm socket tighten down nuts (520).
Req. torque = 240 Nm Do not tighten with the
max. torque immediately. Tighten it up in order
of the sketch again and again in several
phases and check if the pump head constantly
lays everywhere on the suction chamber.
 Reassemble all lines and add-on pieces.

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11.8 Maintenance of the seal assembly: 00.00743.1989 (-008)


The pump unit must be switched off and all lines depressurised before attempting to check
hose connections and leakage points or making inspection and remedy!
Use only correctly sized suitable tools.

11.8.1 Disassembly

 Clear an area of workbench or, if no bench available, lay a sheet of material (paper, cardboard etc.) ready to
accept dismantled parts. The parts should always be laid out in the order of disassembly and in the individual
sets.

Ensure that your workbench is absolutely clean before commencing work.

 Disassembly of the seal assembly (ref. to fig.: Loosen the piston & fig.: Piston seal assembly)
 Disconnect high pressure line / hoses and all other parts.
 Remove pump head and lay it on a workbench or similar (ref. to chapter pump head).
 The casing bills of the seal assembly lay bare now.
 (Ref. to fig.: Loosen the piston) Remove the cover plate of the intermediate chamber.
 (Ref. to fig.: Loosen the piston) Remove the circlips from the clamp halves with the help of circlip pliers.
 (Ref. to fig.: Loosen the piston) Remove the clamp halves. The pistons are now loosened from the piston rod.
 Fig.: Loosen the piston
Item no. Description
1 Set screws
2 Intermediate chamber
4 Piston rod
20 Piston
360 O-ring
470 Clamp halves
480 Circlip

 The pistons are now loosened from the piston rod.


 Pull complete casings (10) out of the suction chamber and lay them aside in order of their removal. Normally
the pistons come out of the suction chamber with the casings. Ensure that they cannot fall away. Ensure that
they do not fall away.
 Pull out the piston (20) either of the casing (10) or of the suction chamber. Disassemble the O-ring (360) from
the piston if necessary.
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 Unscrew the seal ring holder (30) from the casing (10). Fix the casing carefully into a vice with protective
cheeks so that nothing gets damaged. By using a 65 mm A/F spanner unscrew the seal ring holder.
 Remove bushing (300) the ring (110) packings (130) and bushing (150) from the casing (10).
 Remove the O-rings (60) from the grooves of the seal ring holder.
 Remove spring pack (100), ring (380), lantern ring (290), packings (40) and back ring (120) from the seal ring
holder (30).

11.8.2 Reassembly

 Clean and examine all parts for wearing and scratching. Replace with new parts if necessary. Renew packings
and seals.
 When doing assembly grease all sliding parts (like packings etc.) with Stabyl MO 500 (order no.
04.04660.0002).
 Insert back ring (120), packings (40), lantern ring (290), ring (380) and spring pack (100) into the seal ring
holder. The join in the packings should be at 180o when correctly positioned. Lightly grease all parts with
Stabyl MO 500.
 If the spring pack is not fitted, act as follows. Press the single springs with water pump pliers or equivalent into
the ring. Then place the second ring and press this in with the help of a vice.
 Lightly grease the inner surfaces of the casing (10). Slide bushing (150) into the casing.
 Install packings (130) with ring (110) into the casing (10). The join in the packings should be at 180° when
correctly positioned. Slide the bushing (300) into the casing.
 Lightly grease the threaded surfaces of the seal ring holder with Silver Goop (order no. 04.00982.0010). Screw
the preassembled seal ring holder (30) with the preassembled casing (10). Fix the casing carefully into a vice
with protective cheeks so that nothing gets damaged. Then tighten up the seal ring holder with a 65 mm torque
wrench. For the req. torque ref. to drawing 00.00743.1989.
 Insert the O-rings (60) in the grooves of seal ring holders (30).
 Insert the O-rings (60) in the grooves of seal ring holders (30).
 Lightly grease all parts of the inner seal assembly and slide the piston (20) in the seal assembly.
 Do the same with other seal assemblies.
 Insert the complete casing (10) with piston (20) in the pump housing. Ensure that the piston (20) does not fall
away.
 Press the casing (10) in its seat in the pump housing. Ensure that the O-rings (60) are not pressed out of their
grooves.
 Slide the piston (20) onto the piston rod. Press the clamp halves (470) on the connection and fix it with light hits
(plastic tip hammer). Fix the clamp halves (470) with circlips (480).
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 Fig.: Piston seal assembly


Item no. Description
10 Casing
20 Piston
30 Seal ring holder
40 Packing
60 O-ring
100 Spring pack
110 Ring
120 Back-ring
130 Packing
150 Bushing
290 Lantern ring
300 Bushing
360 O-ring
380 Ring
470 Clamp halves
480 Circlip
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 Refitting the pump head and piston seal assembly


 Place on the pump head and screw the nuts on the stud bolts (ref. to chapter pump head).
 Tighten the nuts conscientiously with a 27 mm torque wrench (see sketch). Do not tighten with the max. torque
immediately. Tighten it up in order of the sketch in three steps and check if the pump head constantly lays
everywhere on the suction chamber.
 Reassemble all lines and add-on pieces.
 Test procedure
 Spray the piston with Optimol F + D. Regularly spraying of the piston with Optimol F + D prevents deposits and
extends the standing time!
 Start the pump and let it run for 15 to 20 minutes. Care that there are no excessive sounds and vibrations and
no excessive leakage at the low pressure sealing.
 If the test procedure was successful, stop the pump and replace the cover plates.
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11.9 Changing the bellows


Once in a year the bellows needs to be changed. The mounting clips should also be changed. Act as follows:
 Fig.: Bellows
 Loosen the piston/plunger from the piston rod
(see chapter: Seal assembly).
 Loosen the hose band clip (180) and slide the
bellow higher.
 Loosen the piston rod (160) with a spanner
and remove the bellow (170) from the pump
intermediate chamber.
 Loosen the hose band clip and take it off.
 Then pull off the bellow from the piston rod.
 Slide the bellow over the piston rod.
 Open the hose band clip (30) widely and slide
it slackly over the bellow (for a later assembly).
 Lay the hose band clip (180) on the crosshead or pump housing (for a later assembly).
 By using the spanner screw the piston rod with the bellow into the crosshead.
 Pull down the bellow from the crosshead, ensure that the bellow is not turned into itself (cast noses
should stand straightly).
 Fix the hose band clips (180 and 30). Carefully tighten the screws of the hose clamps with a torque of 1
Nm. Connect the piston with the piston rod as described under point seal assembly. Reassemble cover
plate of the pump intermediate chamber.

Each time the bellows are replaced check the surfaces of the crosshead bores for
signs of corrosion.
Inform HAMMELMANN immediately if there are any signs of corrosion.
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11.10 Instructions for fitting packings

After long pump shut down periods (> 1/2 year) the packings must be renewed.
In this connection, if necessary, carefully remove any deposits on the plungers. Take care
not to scratch or damage them.
 Installation of packings
 If supplied in uncut lengths measure and cut as required. Especially pre cut packings for each seal assembly
set are available from HAMMELMANN.
 Check the length of cut sealings if necessary.
 The packings extend slightly when they are pressed, so leave a gap when fitting.
 The cut should be made at an angle of 45°. In the fitted condition the cut should go downwards, not sideways.
 Coat packings with MoS2
 Determining the length  Cutting angle

Standard values for an example of fitting

∅ in mm up to 30 31 to 60 61 to 100 101 and ...

Space in mm 0,5 1 1,5 2

 Running in the new packing


When using new packings spray the plungers with Optimol F + D.
Measure the temperature of the plungers after approx. 2 min. The difference to the medium
temperature should not exceed 20°.
If necessary stop the pump, cool it down and restart. Regularly spraying of the plungers
with Optimol F +D prevents disposits and extends the standing time!
F + D order no. 04.04660.0006
MoS 2 (Stabyl MO 500) order no. 04.04660.0002
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11.11 Torque tables


Tightening torque (in Nm) for various bolted joints.

Thread size
Material
M6 M 8 M 10 M 12 M 14 M 16 M 18 M 20 M 24

5.6 4,5 11 18 30 48 73 100 140 240

8.8 8,5 21 40 70 110 171 245 345 590


10.9 12 30 60 100 160 250 350 495 850

12.9 15 35 70 120 190 300 405 575 990

NIRO
(A2-70)
2,5 6 10 18 29 44 62 85 150

Torque (Nm) for various bolts. Any variations from these torque values are indicated on the individual assembly
drawings.
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 Fig.: Complete pressure regulating valve

Item Description Item Description Item Description Item Description


10 Pre. reg. valve 30 Connection armatur 50 Double nipple 70 Reducing socket
Membrane Hex. socket head
20 40 60 Seal ring
cylinder screw
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Pressure gauge (item 50) selection in


accordance with the machine card
Normal
bar Code no.:
range

100 0 - 160 04.02860.0001

300 0 - 400 04.02860.0003

450 0 – 600 04.02860.0004

750 0 – 1000 04.02860.0009

1150 0 - 1600 04.02860.0056

1500 0 – 2000 04.02860.0091

1800 0 - 2500 04.02860.0117

 Diagram: Operating pressure as a function of the control air pressure


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12.1 Technical Data

1
 Adjustment pressure 0 - 500 bar
 Operating pressure max.: 1200 bar
 Flow rate max.: 500 l/min.
 Nominal diameter: DN 17
 Quantity of oil filling for dampening: 0,3 l
 Oil quality: ISO VG 68 DIN 51519
Factory filling: Aral Konit SAE 20 W 20
 Weight approx.: 20 kg

1
Dependent on the control air pressure, which is given on the membrane cylinder (ref. to diagram)

Alternative oils for dampers


Texaco Ursatex SAE 20 W 20 Mobil Oil AG Mobilgear 626
Ursa Super LA SAE 20 W 20 Mobil D.T.E. Oil Heavy Medium
Auriga EP 68 BP Energol DS B20
Westfalen Multina 68 Energol EM 68
Lastan X 68 Energol GR-XP 68
Lastan N 68 Energol RC 68
Kresto 68 Shell Vitrea 68
Tonna Oel T 68
Tellus Oel C 68
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12.2 Installation (ref. to fig.: Complete pressure regulating valve)


 Lightly grease the threads of hexagon socket cap head screws (Item 40; M12 x 120; 10.9) with Molykote 1000
(order no.: 04.02750.0011).
 Carefully place the valve in the correct position and press against the pump head. Ensure that the ring (50, ref.
to fig. Pressure regulating valve) doesn’t fall apart and is in correct position. Set the fixing screws in place and
tighten. Tighten the hex. skt. cap head screws (in a few steps) crosswise (Torque 90 Nm). Ensuring that the
valve is absolutely parallel with the pump head. Torque = 90 Nm
 Lightly grease the connection armature (item 30) with Molykote 1000 and tighten into the valve.
 Screw membrane cylinder (item 20) onto the pressure regulating valve by hand.

Tighten membrane cylinder only by hand!


Not with a tool!

 Connect the pneumatically control line onto the membrane cylinder.


 (Ref. to fig.: Pressure regulating valve) If necessary remove plug (120) and screw pressure gauge with seal
ring (90) into the housing (grease the thread with Molykote 1000).

12.3 Adjustment
 The pressure regulating valve allows a smooth increase of pressure from suction pressure to max. operating
pressure.
 Adjust the operating pressure via the control air pressure. The operating pressure is directly proportional to the
control air pressure with which the pressure regulating valve is admitted (ref. to diagram).
 Increasing the air pressure ⇒ increases the operating pressure.
 Decreasing the air pressure ⇒ decreases the operating pressure.

12.4 Maintenance

The pump unit must be switched off and all lines depressurised before attempting to check
hose connections and leakage points or making inspection and remedy!

 Removing the pressure regulating valve from the pump head


 Remove pneumatically control line/hose, membrane cylinder (by hand), pressure gauge and connection
armature from the pressure regulating valve.
 Loosen the 4 hexagon socket cap head screws crosswise. Support the valve so that it doesn't fall apart.
Remove the screws and the complete valve from the pump head.
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 Fig.: Pressure regulating valve

Item Item Item


Description Description Description
no. no. no.
10 Housing 50 Ring 110 Circlip
20 Seal ring 60 Valve seat ring 120 Plug
Support ring with
25 O-ring 70 130 Disc
O-ring
30 Control piston 80 Reduction piece 140 Disc spring
35 Holder 90 Seal ring 160 Cylinder ring
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 Disassembly
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Pressure regulating valve
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 Remove ring (50) from housing (10).
 Carefully clamp the pressure regulating valve (housing) in a vice so that the reduction piece (80) is over the top
and that nothing would be damaged.
 Unscrew the reduction piece (80) out of the housing (10). Remove housing from vice. If necessary remove
cylinder ring (160) from the reduction piece (80).
 Using circlip pliers remove circlip (110) from control piston.
 Remove disc (130) and spring disc (140).
 Push control piston (30) and valve seat ring (60) out of the housing (10)
 By using a screw driver remove the holder (35)
from the housing (10). (Ref. to fig. 1) Thereby
do not damage the housing.
 Afterwards remove support ring (20) with 'O'-
ring (25) from the housing (10).
 Always exchange holder (35), seal (20) and O-
ring (25) together.

 Fig. 1
 Remove support ring (70 with ‘O’-ring) out of the valve seat ring (60). (Support ring and O-ring are one part
position.)
 Inspection
 Especially examine control piston (30) and valve seat ring (60) for signs of wear or damage. They should be
carefully examined and if worn replaced by new. If wear is slight or there are minor pits in the surface a certain
amount of rework is possible. Rework should be done only by HAMMELMANN.
 Visually inspect all other parts for signs of wear or damage. Replace if necessary.
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 Reassembling of the pressure regulating valve


 Grease the inner of housing (10) with Stabyl MO 500 (order no. 04.04660.0002)
 Place O-ring (25) onto seal ring
(20) (ref. to fig 2)

 Fig. 2
 Place seal ring (20) with O-ring
(25) onto the special tool (order
no. 01.06224.0137)
 By using the special tool press
the seal ring (20) with O-ring (25)
in the correct position into the
housing (ref. to fig. 3 and 4).

 Fig. 3
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 Fig. 4

 Slide the holder (35) (ref. to


fig 5) onto the special tool and
then into the housing (10).
(Ensure correct positioning) (Ref.
to fig. 6).

 Fig. 5
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 Correctly installed seal ring (20),


O-ring (25) and holder (35) (ref.
to. Fig 6)

 Fig. 6

 Remove the tool out of the housing.


 Slide the control pin (30) into the housing (10).
 Insert spring disc (140) into the housing. Place disc (130) onto the spring disc (140) and press this down, so
that you can fit the circlip (110) into the groove of the control piston (30).
 Place the support ring (70 and O-ring; one part) into the valve seat ring (for correct positioning ref. to fig 1!).
 Slide the valve seat ring (60) into the housing (10).
 Fit cylinder ring (160) into the reducing piece (80).
 Lightly grease the reduction piece (80) with Molykote 1000 (order no. 04.02750.0011) and screw into the
housing.
 Carefully clamp the housing in a protected vice and screw the reduction piece (80) into the housing; req. torque
= 200 Nm. Afterwards remove the pres. reg. valve from the vice.
 For installation ref. to the instructions above.
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13 Saf et y v alve 00.05877.0039

It is strictly forbidden to manipulate safety elements! Damage, i.e. to the lead seals or the
safety varnish can lead to the loss of all warranty claims.

 Technical Data
 Operating pressure: 400 - 700 bar
 Connections: 2 x G ½“
 Nominal width: DN 4,3
 Weight approx.: 3,6 kg
Operating pressure Theoretical flow rate (L/min) at
(bar) nozzle coefficient 0,67
400 318
500 355
600 390
700 421

Only HAMMELMANN is allowed to adjust the set pressure.


The use of the safety valve depends on the operating pressure and flow rate (ref. to name
plate of the safety valve and machine card of the high pressure pump).
 Function
The safety valve prevents the high pressure pump from accidentally exceeding the maximum permitted operating
pressure. It is set for the maximum permitted operating pressure and secured by locking wire at our works. If the
pump pressure exceeds the set pressure then the safety valve opens and the medium emits pressure less. If the
safety valve has operated it should be tested to ensure that it is sealing under pressure. If it is not it must be
replaced.
Repair and resetting is only permitted at our works.
 Installation/Assembly
 Ensure the threads are clean and undamaged.
 Grease the threads with Molykote 1000 (order no.: 04.02750.0011).
 Screw the safety valve into the ½ “ threaded bore and torque to 90 Nm.
 Screw the overflow line into the safety valve ½“ BSP female outlet.
 Maintenance
 The safety valve is maintenance free. Visual inspection of the safety valve should be carried out at intervals
defined by the operating company’s safety rules.
 If leakage from the relief bores is detected stop the high pressure pump and examine the safety valve and
discharge block threads. If there are any signs of damage to either thread the damaged item must be replaced.
 If the safety valve leaks it must be replaced.
 The set pressure can only be tested at our works. Under no circumstances attempt to over pressurise the valve
for test purposes. This will damage the valve seat!
 If signs of corrosion such as rust appear replace the safety valve and return the original to our works for
examination.
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14 Saf et y n otes for h igh p ressure ho ses

Ignoring these notes can invalidate all claims for injuries or damages.
Secure the high pressure hose at the equipment
every time with hose protections!

Secure connections of high pressure hoses every


time with hose protections !

Secure the high pressure hose every time with


hose protections at the working tool!

Never tighten fittings of high pressure hoses under


pressure !

Avoid looping ! After looping during work, shut


down the high pressure equipment and carefully
remove loop.

Avoid twisting (torsion) of high pressure hose.

Avoid tension, never pull HP-equipment with high


pressure hose.

Do not bend high pressure hoses or pull them


around sharp edges. At work on edges or several
floors coat hose or edge. Do not bend fitting.

Never put weight on the high pressure hose. Use


hose bridges, when you have to drive over hoses.
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14.1 Before using the hose
 Check the working pressure marked on the hose. Never exceed this working pressure.
 Check the hose and the fittings if they are damaged.
 Take out of service hoses with bubbles in the cover, with kinks or uncovered layer of the steel wire. It is not
allowed to repair hose lines with these damages or to use them in other ways. (EN 982)
 Check the fittings if they have rust, cracks (fissures) or worn threads.
 Never plug the relief holes of the fittings, neither intentional nor by dirtying or damages.
 Observe the minimum bend radius at storage and work (look table beyond).

14.2 Use of the hose


 Do not twist the hoses during assembly.
 Regularly check the hoses and fittings as well as the connections and adapters on leakages. In case of
leakages stop the high pressure aggregate immediately. Remove leakage only when the system is switched
off and depressurised. Never tighten fittings under pressure. Observe torque (look table beyond).
 Pay attention to the change of length when working. (Hoses reduce their length under pressure).
 Do not pressurise hoses on reel drums.
 Avoid stress with high temperature from the exterior (e.g. radiant heat at welding or thermal cutting).
 Do not hang the hose across several floors.
Maximum
Nominal Minimum Bend
Pressure Torque Temperature of
diameter Connection fitting Radius
[bar] [Nm] Medium
[DN] [mm]
[°C]
5 2500 M 14x1,5 LH 70 70 150
5 3200 M 14x1,5 LH 70 70 200
8 2500 M 14x1,5 LH 70 70 200
8 2800 M 14x1,5 LH 70 70 250
10 330 M 18x1,5 DKL 50 100 130
10 500 M 18x1,5 DKL 50 100 130
10 710 M 18x1,5 DKL 50 100 150
10 1250 M 22x1,5 DKO 30 100 150
10 1500 M 22x1,5 DKO 30 100 150
12 290 M 22x1,5 DKL 62 100 180
12 470 M 22x1,5 DKL 62 100 180
12 660 M 22x1,5 DKL 62 100 200
12 1100 M 24x1,5 DKO 33 100 200
12 1400 M 24x1,5 DKO 33 100 200
12 1800 M 24x1,5 DKO 33 70 300
12 2500 M 14x1,5 LH 70 70 350
20 190 M 30x1,5 DKM 83 100 240
20 350 M 30x1,5 DKM 83 100 240
20 900 M 36x2,0 DKO 49 100 280
20 1000 M 36x2,0 DKO 49 100 280
20 1400 M 36x2,0 DKO 49 100 350
25 150 M 38x1,5 DKM 105 100 300
25 290 M 38x1,5 DKM 105 100 300
=== Ende der Liste für T extmar ke Inhalt ===
25 700 M 42x2,0 DKO 57 100 355
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15 Index

C Danger symbol ..................................................... 12


Dangers arising from non observance of safety
Construction ............................................................. 18
instructions ....................................................... 10
G Forbidden practices .............................................. 13
General Personnel qualification and training ..................... 10
Copyright .............................................................. 15 Precise safety instructions for the operator .......... 10
Introduction .......................................................... 14 Safety conscious working..................................... 10
Warranty terms..................................................... 15 Safety during inspection, maintenance and repair
.......................................................................... 13
I
T
Instruction for fitting packings .................................. 47
Torque tables ........................................................... 49
P
Transportation
Performance data ...................................................... 7
Packing................................................................. 16
R Protection ............................................................. 17
Repair and Replacement ......................................... 39 Transport .............................................................. 17

S Transportation ...................................................... 17

Safety
Additional warnings .............................................. 13
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

120 314
60 157 55
A M16 : 28 tief A
M12 : 21 tief
X Y

60

55
45 °

Entlüftung Sauganschluss ANSI 2 1/2" 150 lbs


air vent suction connection

O 139,7
B Schrauben M16 B
50 screws

Saugraum Entwässerung
suction chamber drainage
Öleinfüllstutzen
oil filler cap

788,5
CoM y= 6 4,49 CoM x= 6 5,96 Ölkühler
oil cooler

713

713
C C
Ölmessstab
91 dip stick
565

413
CoM z= 339,63

Öldruckmanometer
D oil pressure gauge D
253

235
220
123,95
15

30

30
22,5
80 38 O 17 22,5
236 208 Ölablassventil
E 266 286 oil outlet valve E
314 495

28
23,1 60,10
0,5 x 45°
255 19,4
151 0
2,5 60,1
94
F F
O

80 10
17

+0,05
O 36 H7
+0,1
O 42 0

O 26 0
M48 x 2

O 20
O 30
14
O 50 k6
Passfeder / key
A 14x9x80 DIN688561
Y
X 1:1
236

G
1:1 G

Massenschwerpunkt / center of mass


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H HDP 70 Oberfläche nach
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PARTS LIST (41)

Parts-list no.: 00.02350.1136 Hammelmann Maschinenfabrik GmbH


Drawing no. : 00.02350.1136-1 POB 3309, D-59282 Oelde, Germany
mail to: mail@hammelmann.de
Description : CRANK SECTION http://www.hammelmann.de
HDP 70-2 I=2,3913 RIGHT Date : 25.02.2013
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DwgPos Item Code-No. Description Quantity No/Unit Unit


10 10 01.01256.0108 CRANK HOUSING 1 1,00 pc
20 20 02.00957.0011 STRAIGHT PIN 4 1,00 pc
30 30 02.00888.0015 HEX-SOCKET SET SCREW WITH FLAT 4 1,00 pc
40 40 02.00314.0008 HEXAGON THIN NUT 4 1,00 pc
50 50 01.00266.0074 COVER PLATE 1 1,00 pc
60 60 01.00266.0075 COVER PLATE 1 1,00 pc
90 90 01.05060.0119 PISTON 3 1,00 pc
100 100 04.04482.0155 HOSE CLAMP 3 1,00 pc
110 110 01.01170.0017 BELLOWS 3 1,00 pc
120 120 04.04482.0157 HOSE CLAMP 3 1,00 pc
130 130 01.03465.1106 RING 3 1,00 pc
140 140 01.02140.0053 CROSSHEAD 3 1,00 pc
150 150 04.00410.0014 GUDGEON PIN 3 1,00 pc
160 160 02.01786.0026 DOWEL PIN 3 1,00 pc
170 170 00.03270.0026 CONNECTING ROD 3 1,00 pc
180 180 04.04277.0038 BEARING SHELL (PAIR) 3 1,00 pr.
190 190 00.06161.0113 CRANKSHAFT 1 1,00 pc
200 200 01.00665.0696 COVER 1 1,00 pc
210 210 02.00830.0017 HEX. SOCKET THIN HEAD CAP SCRE 18 1,00 pc
220 220 04.00665.0053 COVER 1 1,00 pc
230 230 02.01255.0041 MALLEABLE CAST IRON FITTING 1 1,00 pc
260 260 00.03535.0248 PIPE 1 1,00 pc
280 280 04.05993.0710 FITTING 1 1,00 pc
290 290 04.05993.0023 FITTING 1 1,00 pc
300 300 01.00665.0679 COVER 1 1,00 pc
310 310 01.00525.0585 BUSHING 1 1,00 pc
320 320 04.00730.0093 O-RING 2 1,00 pc
330 330 01.00665.0532 COVER 1 1,00 pc
350 350 02.00825.0288 HEXAGON SOCKET HEAD SCREW 20 1,00 pc
360 360 01.06180.0152 PINION SHAFT 1 1,00 pc
370 370 02.01651.0064 FEATHER KEY 1 1,00 pc
380 380 04.00736.0084 ROTARY SHAFT SEAL 1 1,00 pc
390 390 02.01657.0365 SELF-ALIGNING ROLLER BEARING 1 1,00 pc
400 400 02.01998.0551 CYLINDRICAL ROLLER BEARING 1 1,00 pc
410 410 02.01766.0007 BORE CIRCLIP 1 1,00 pc
420 420 04.03235.0114 OIL PUMP 1 1,00 pc
430 430 02.00825.0053 HEXAGON SOCKET HEAD SCREW 2 1,00 pc
440 440 04.00740.0005 RETAINER RING 2 1,00 pc
450 450 04.05993.0053 CONNECTION 1 1,00 pc
460 460 04.05993.1010 TUBE FITTING 1 1,00 pc
470 470 01.03535.1032 PIPE 1 1,00 pc
480 480 04.05866.0006 DRAIN VALVE 1 1,00 pc
490 490 04.05993.0756 PLUG 1 1,00 pc
500 500 04.05000.0022 OIL DIPSTICK 1 1,00 pc
510 510 04.00730.0014 O-RING 1 1,00 pc
PARTS LIST (41)

Parts-list no.: 00.02350.1136 Hammelmann Maschinenfabrik GmbH


Drawing no. : 00.02350.1136-1 POB 3309, D-59282 Oelde, Germany
mail to: mail@hammelmann.de
Description : CRANK SECTION http://www.hammelmann.de
HDP 70-2 I=2,3913 RIGHT Date : 25.02.2013
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DwgPos Item Code-No. Description Quantity No/Unit Unit


520 520 01.00530.0148 HEADED LINER 1 1,00 pc
530 530 04.05682.0086 HOSE LINER 1 1,00 pc
540 540 04.05993.0997 TUBE FITTING 1 1,00 pc
550 550 04.05993.0427 FITTING 2 1,00 pc
560 560 04.02833.0037 CAP NUT 1 1,00 pc
570 570 04.05993.0708 FITTING 1 1,00 pc
580 580 04.05993.0704 CONNECTION 1 1,00 pc
590 590 04.02860.0073 PRESSURE GAUGE 1 1,00 pc
600 600 04.02415.0025 NEEDLE ROLLER BEARING 1 1,00 pc
660 660 01.05180.0070 CONTROL PIN 1 1,00 pc
670 670 01.04723.0027 ADJUSTING SCREW 1 1,00 pc
680 680 04.00946.0117 COIL SPRING 1 1,00 pc
690 690 04.00730.0041 O-RING 1 1,00 pc
700 700 02.00311.0106 HEXAGON NUT 1 1,00 pc
710 710 04.05240.0047 PLUG 1 1,00 pc

>>>end<<<
p_dbgs01.p
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Anziehdrehmoment
Ma = 5 Nm
B6B A6A
A 40
4
30
4 20 A A
50
1 2 B
Anziehdrehmoment
Ma = 100 Nm 90
3
60 220
1 100 1
3
110
3 120
150 3
B 3 230 B
130 1
3
160
auf 6196 °C abge6 3
kühlt und einge6
schrumpft 140 20
3 2
370
500
170 C 1 C
3
1 590
1
510
C 1 C
180
520 3 450 580
1 1 1

10 300
1
D D 260
1
1

540
320 550
1
D 2 330 2 D
1 570
310 1 560
,
1 1
290
470 1
1
460
1
Anziehdrehmoment
Ma = 45 Nm
B 002
A
Anziehdrehmoment Anziehdrehmoment
210 Ma = 8,5 Nm 200 190 Ma=30Nm 350 280
E 18 1 1 10 1 E

710 700 670 690 680 660


1 1 1 1 1 1

400 390 380 360


1 1 1 1
002
Anziehdrehmoment
Ma=8,5Nm

F 440 430 F
2 2

D6D
420
1:1
1

G G
410
C6C 600
1 1
Vor Montage bitte Einbau von Pos.130 beachten!!!

Blatt 1 von 2
* Artikel6Nr. Format DIN

00.02350.1136
alle Ecken und Kanten gratfrei
ß Mit Betriebsdruck signiert
ß Mit Auftrags-Nr. signiert
Krabus A1
Zul.Abweichung
ß Mit Teile-Nr. - Rev. signiert Maßstab
1:2 Gewicht in kg
werden, und sie darf durch den Empfänger oder Dritte auch

f.Maße ohne
132.6960
Ohne unsere vorherige Zustimmung darf diese Zeichnung

ß Härte geprüft Toleranzangabe


nicht in anderer Weise mißbräuchlich benutzt werden.
weder vervielfältigt noch Dritten zugänglich gemacht

ISO 2768 6 mH
Verwendungszweck Halbzeug Werkstoff *
H HDP 70 i=2,3913 Oberfläche nach
DIN ISO 1302 H
Datum Name Benennung
Bearb 10.08.2012 Sander
Gepr. 11.09.2012 EHelmig
Norm 12.09.2012 Krabus KURBELTRIEB
Zeichnungs6Nr. Revision Blatt

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
002 Pos.350 geä.
001 Pos.200 geändert
Zust Änderung
11.09.2012 Pöts
15.08.2012 San
Datum Name
D659302 OELDE
CAD6Zeichnung
00.02350.1136 1
Ers.durch
002
Ers.für 00.02350.081961
1 von
1 Bl.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

A A

B B

530
1

C C

D 490 D
1
480
1

002
Anziehdrehmoment
350 Ma=30Nm
10
E E

F F

G G

Blatt 2 von 2
* Artikel6Nr. Format DIN

00.02350.1136
alle Ecken und Kanten gratfrei
ß Mit Betriebsdruck signiert
ß Mit Auftrags-Nr. signiert
Krabus A1
Zul.Abweichung
ß Mit Teile-Nr. - Rev. signiert Maßstab
1:2 Gewicht in kg
werden, und sie darf durch den Empfänger oder Dritte auch

f.Maße ohne
132.6960
Ohne unsere vorherige Zustimmung darf diese Zeichnung

ß Härte geprüft Toleranzangabe


nicht in anderer Weise mißbräuchlich benutzt werden.
weder vervielfältigt noch Dritten zugänglich gemacht

ISO 2768 6 mH
Verwendungszweck Halbzeug Werkstoff *
H HDP 70 i=2,3913 Oberfläche nach
DIN ISO 1302 H
Datum Name Benennung
Bearb 10.08.2012 Sander
Gepr. 11.09.2012 EHelmig
Norm 12.09.2012 Krabus KURBELTRIEB
Zeichnungs6Nr. Revision Blatt

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
002 Pos.350 geä.
001 Pos.200 geändert
Zust Änderung
11.09.2012 Pöts
15.08.2012 San
Datum Name
D659302 OELDE
CAD6Zeichnung
00.02350.1136 1
Ers.durch
002
Ers.für 00.02350.081961
1 von
1 Bl.
PARTS LIST (41)

Parts-list no.: 00.04246.0096 Hammelmann Maschinenfabrik GmbH


Drawing no. : 00.04246.0096-1 POB 3309, D-59282 Oelde, Germany
mail to: mail@hammelmann.de
Description : SUCTION CHAMBER http://www.hammelmann.de
HDP 40/70 D12 - 55 Date : 25.02.2013
Page : 1

DwgPos Item Code-No. Description Quantity No/Unit Unit


10 10 01.04246.0133 SUCTION CHAMBER 1 1,00 pc
30 30 02.00825.0221 HEXAGON SOCKET HEAD SCREW 8 1,00 pc
40 40 02.00788.0060 STUD BOLT 4 1,00 pc
50 50 02.00309.0009 HEXAGON NUT 4 1,00 pc
60 60 04.05993.0802 CONNECTION 2 1,00 pc
70 70 04.05993.0788 THREADED CONNECTION 1 1,00 pc
80 80 04.00730.0522 O-RING 1 1,00 pc

>>>end<<<
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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

80
278 1
A A
90°
10
1

40
4

45 °
50
4

190
B B

70

95
1
60
2 30
8

C O 139,7 C
Saugraum bei Montage mit Kurbeltrieb
002 mit Kleber "TEROKAL 3 2444"
(04.02056.0005) umlaufend abgedichtet.

7 1 3 5

D D

6 4 2 8
Schrauben Pos. 30 mit integriertem Schmiermittel
002
und in angegebener Reihenfolge ohne Fett
E angezogen: E
1. Stufe: Anziehdrehmoment Ma = 80 Nm
2. Stufe: Anziehdrehmoment Ma = 160 Nm
3. Stufe: Anziehdrehmoment Ma = 265 Nm
Sonderausführung
Bronze Saugraum mit ANSI3Flansch Lochbild
* Artikel3Nr. Format DIN

00.04246.0096
alle Ecken und Kanten gratfrei
ß Mit Betriebsdruck signiert
ß Mit Auftrags-Nr. signiert
Krabus A2
Zul.Abweichung
ß Mit Teile-Nr. - Rev. signiert Maßstab
1:2 Gewicht in kg
werden, und sie darf durch den Empfänger oder Dritte auch

f.Maße ohne
25.3900
Ohne unsere vorherige Zustimmung darf diese Zeichnung

ß Härte geprüft Toleranzangabe


nicht in anderer Weise mißbräuchlich benutzt werden.
weder vervielfältigt noch Dritten zugänglich gemacht

ISO 2768 3 mH
Verwendungszweck Halbzeug Werkstoff *
F HDP 40/70 Oberfläche nach
DIN ISO 1302 2.0975 F
Datum Name Benennung
Bearb 06.11.2012 Wewer
Gepr. 09.01.2013 EHelmig
Norm 09.01.2013 Krabus SAUGRAUM
Zeichnungs3Nr. Revision Blatt

1 2 3 4 5
002 Texte geändert und zugef. 07.01.2013 San
001 Zeichnung in SolidEdge
Zust Änderung
06.11.2012 Pöts
Datum Name
D359302 OELDE
CAD3Zeichnung
00.04246.0096 1
Ers.durch Ers.für
002 1 von
1 Bl.
PARTS LIST (41)

Parts-list no.: 00.02516.0235 Hammelmann Maschinenfabrik GmbH


Drawing no. : 00.02516.0235-1 POB 3309, D-59282 Oelde, Germany
mail to: mail@hammelmann.de
Description : OIL LINE http://www.hammelmann.de
HDP 70 Date : 25.02.2013
Page : 1

DwgPos Item Code-No. Description Quantity No/Unit Unit


10 10 04.00995.0160 FILTER 1 1,00 pc
20 20 04.05993.0053 CONNECTION 1 1,00 pc
30 30 07.50309.0156 PIPE 1 0,11 m
40 40 04.05993.0562 FITTING 1 1,00 pc
50 50 04.05993.0410 CONNECTION 1 1,00 pc
60 60 04.05993.0429 TUBE FITTING 1 1,00 pc
70 70 04.05993.0997 TUBE FITTING 1 1,00 pc
80 80 04.05993.0101 CONNECTION 1 1,00 pc
90 90 01.03535.1215 PIPE 1 1,00 pc

>>>end<<<
p_dbgs01.p
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

60 50 40 30 20 10 70 80
A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 A

B B
90
1

C C

D D

E E
* Artikel3Nr. Format DIN

00.02516.0235
alle Ecken und Kanten gratfrei
ß Mit Betriebsdruck signiert
ß Mit Auftrags-Nr. signiert
Krabus A3
Zul.Abweichung
ß Mit Teile-Nr. signiert Maßstab
1:2 Gewicht in kg
werden, und sie darf durch den Empfänger oder Dritte auch

f.Maße ohne
1.4781
Ohne unsere vorherige Zustimmung darf diese Zeichnung

ß Härte geprüft Toleranzangabe


nicht in anderer Weise mißbräuchlich benutzt werden.
weder vervielfältigt noch Dritten zugänglich gemacht

ISO 2768 3 mH
Verwendungszweck
Oberfläche nach
Halbzeug Werkstoff *
HDP 70 DIN ISO 1302
Datum Name Benennung
Bearb 11.09.2007 Wewer
F Gepr. 11.09.2007 Glitt F
Norm 13.09.2007 Szustkowski OELLEITUNG
Zeichnungs3Nr. Revision Blatt

1 2 3 4 Zust Änderung Datum Name


D359302 OELDE
CAD3Zeichnung
00.02516.0235 1
Ers.durch Ers.für
000 1 von
1 Bl.
PARTS LIST (41)

Parts-list no.: 00.00743.1989 Hammelmann Maschinenfabrik GmbH


Drawing no. : 00.00743.1989-1 POB 3309, D-59282 Oelde, Germany
mail to: mail@hammelmann.de
Description : PISTON SEAL ASSEMBLY http://www.hammelmann.de
HDP 40/70 D35 Date : 25.02.2013
Page : 1

DwgPos Item Code-No. Description Quantity No/Unit Unit


10 10 01.01750.0693 CASING 1 1,00 pc
20 20 00.02110.0354 PISTON 1 1,00 pc
30 30 01.01597.0700 SEAL RING HOLDER 1 1,00 pc
40 40 01.00739.0154 PACKING 2 1,00 pc
60 60 04.00730.0337 O-RING 2 1,00 pc
100 100 00.00930.0006 SPRING PACK 1 1,00 pc
110 110 01.03465.1455 RING 1 1,00 pc
120 120 01.00705.0050 BACK RING 2 1,00 pc
130 130 04.00739.0046 PACKING 1 1,00 set
150 150 01.00525.1007 BUSHING 1 1,00 pc
290 290 01.03493.0032 LANTERN RING 1 1,00 pc
300 300 00.00525.0064 BUSHING 1 1,00 pc
360 360 04.00730.0218 O-RING 1 1,00 pc
380 380 01.03465.1111 RING 1 1,00 pc
470 470 01.01990.0008 CLAMP 2 1,00 pc
480 480 01.03501.0036 SHAFT CIRCLIP 1 1,00 pc

>>>end<<<
p_dbgs01.p
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
A3A
(ca. 218,5 )
A A
209
008
10
1
20
1
150
1
130
1
110
1
300
1
60
2
120
2
360
1
480
1
470
2
A

B B

O 74,5
O 84

C C

D
100
1
380
1
290
1
40
2
30
1
Gewinde Pos.30 mit "Silver Goop"
(04.00982.0010) gefettet und in
A D
angegebenem Drehmoment angezogen:
Anziehdrehmoment 500 Nm

Sonderausführung
E Betriebsdruck max. 440 bar E
* Artikel3Nr. Format DIN
alle Ecken und Kanten gratfrei
ß Mit Betriebsdruck signiert
ß Mit Auftrags-Nr. signiert
Krabus 00.00743.1989 A3
Zul.Abweichung Maßstab
1:1 Gewicht in kg
ß Mit Teile-Nr. - Rev. signiert
werden, und sie darf durch den Empfänger oder Dritte auch

f.Maße ohne
ß Härte geprüft 5.3418
Ohne unsere vorherige Zustimmung darf diese Zeichnung

Toleranzangabe
nicht in anderer Weise mißbräuchlich benutzt werden.
weder vervielfältigt noch Dritten zugänglich gemacht

ISO 2768 3 mH
Verwendungszweck
Oberfläche nach
Halbzeug Werkstoff *
HDP 40/70 ø35 DIN ISO 1302
Datum Name Benennung
008 Stücklistenänderung 11.05.2012 Wei Bearb 02.08.2005 Wallmeyer
F 007 Einheitsdarstellung 02.03.2011 San Gepr. 21.05.2012 Sommerkamp F
006
005
Pos.200 entf. 150 hinzu
Pos.120 geändert
22.09.2008 Stau Norm
11.02.2008 Hun
22.05.2012 Krabus DICHTUNGSSATZ
004 Pos.470 u. 480 zugefügt 12.03.2007 Hun Zeichnungs3Nr. Revision Blatt

1 2 3 4
003
002
Zust
Zeichng. auf Solid Edge
Drehmoment geaendert
Änderung
28.02.2007 Hun
20.09.2005 Wal
Datum Name
D359302 OELDE
CAD3Zeichnung
00.00743.1989 1
Ers.durch Ers.für
008 1 von
1 Bl.
PARTS LIST (41)

Parts-list no.: 00.02145.1089 Hammelmann Maschinenfabrik GmbH


Drawing no. : 00.02145.1089-1 POB 3309, D-59282 Oelde, Germany
mail to: mail@hammelmann.de
Description : PUMPHEAD http://www.hammelmann.de
HDP 40/70 D30-35 Date : 25.02.2013
Page : 1

DwgPos Item Code-No. Description Quantity No/Unit Unit


10 10 01.01305.0595 VALVE HOUSING 1 1,00 pc
20 20 04.00946.0053 COIL SPRING 3 1,00 pc
30 30 01.05860.0267 VALVE 6 1,00 pc
40 40 01.00742.0193 CYLINDER RING 6 1,00 pc
140 140 04.00946.0445 COIL SPRING 3 1,00 pc
150 150 01.03528.0416 VALVE SEAT RING 3 1,00 pc
160 160 00.00525.0082 BUSHING 3 1,00 pc
500 500 00.05317.0004 SCREW IN PIECE 3 1,00 pc
510 510 01.05195.0013 TAPPET 3 1,00 pc
520 520 02.00318.0004 HEXAGON NUT 8 1,00 pc
530 530 01.04756.0081 STUD BOLT 8 1,00 pc
550 550 01.05195.0014 TAPPET 3 1,00 pc

>>>end<<<
p_dbgs01.p
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
A
7 1 3 5
A A

530
8

520
A3A 10
B 8 1
6 4 2 8 B
20
A
500 3 Pos.520 (Skt. SW27) mit MoS2 gefettet und in
3 angegebener Reihenfolge angezogen:
510 1. Stufe: Anziehdrehmoment Ma= 80 Nm
3 30
6
2. Stufe: Anziehdrehmoment Ma= 160 Nm
C 3. Stufe: Anziehdrehmoment Ma= 240 Nm C

150
3

D 40 D
6
160
3 550
3

140
3
E Betriebsdruck max. 600 bar E
* Artikel3Nr. Format DIN
Pos.500 (Skt. SW24) Anziehdrehmoment 250Nm
00.02145.1089
alle Ecken und Kanten gratfrei
ß Mit Betriebsdruck signiert
ß Mit Auftrags-Nr. signiert
Krabus A3
Zul.Abweichung
ß Mit Teile-Nr. signiert Maßstab
1:1 Gewicht in kg
werden, und sie darf durch den Empfänger oder Dritte auch

f.Maße ohne
26.0830
Ohne unsere vorherige Zustimmung darf diese Zeichnung

ß Härte geprüft Toleranzangabe


nicht in anderer Weise mißbräuchlich benutzt werden.
weder vervielfältigt noch Dritten zugänglich gemacht

ISO 2768 3 mH
Verwendungszweck
Oberfläche nach
Halbzeug Werkstoff *
HDP 40/70 Ø30335 DIN ISO 1302
Datum Name Benennung
Bearb 22.02.2007 Borosch
F 006 Text entfernt 19.12.2011 Wei Gepr. 20.12.2011 Glitt F
005
004
Druck geändert
Einheitsdarstellung
09.08.2011 Wei Norm
25.08.2010 San
20.12.2011 Szustkowski PUMPENKOPF
003 Anziehdrehmoment geändert22.02.2010 Bor Zeichnungs3Nr. Revision Blatt

1 2 3 4
002
001
Zust
Nur für ø 30 3 35 gültig 05.11.2009 Bor
Pos.geändert
Änderung
11.01.2008 Wew
Datum Name
D359302 OELDE
CAD3Zeichnung
00.02145.1089 1
Ers.durch Ers.für
006
00.96050.000331
1 von
1 Bl.
PARTS LIST (41)

Parts-list no.: 00.05893.0031 Hammelmann Maschinenfabrik GmbH


Drawing no. : 00.05893.0031-1 POB 3309, D-59282 Oelde, Germany
mail to: mail@hammelmann.de
Description : PRESSURE REGULATING VALVE http://www.hammelmann.de
500 L/MIN (NW17); 0-500 BAR Date : 25.02.2013
Page : 1

DwgPos Item Code-No. Description Quantity No/Unit Unit


10 10 00.05865.0125 PRESSURE REGULATING VALVE 1 1,00 pc
20 20 00.06428.0025 MEMBRANE CYLINDER 1 1,00 pc
30 30 00.00131.0121 CONNECTION 1 1,00 pc
40 40 02.00825.0152 HEXAGON SOCKET HEAD SCREW 4 1,00 pc
50 50 01.02978.0137 DOUBLE NIPPLE 1 1,00 pc
60 60 04.00706.0028 SEAL RING 1 1,00 pc
70 70 01.02795.0091 REDUCING SOCKET 1 1,00 pc

>>>end<<<
p_dbgs01.p
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Membranzylinder O95
524 Membrane cylinder O95
Cylindre a membrane O95
Anschluss Berstscheibensicherung G 1/2 1800
Connection rupture disc G 1/2
A Raccord disque a l'eclatement G 1/2 1600 A

Pression de service (bar)


Operating pressure (bar)
Anziehdrehmoment Ma = 200 Nm 1400
Tightening torque Ma = 200 Nm 1200

Betriebsdruck (bar)
Couple de serrage Ma = 200 Nm
1000
800
S
O 165

600
400
(DN 6)

200
B 0
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 B
Druckluft Steuerdruck (bar) (+/3 0,3 bar)
Anziehdrehmoment Ma = 90 Nm Compressed air controll pressure (bar) (+/3 0,3 bar)
40 La pression de traitement d'air (bar) (+/3 0,3 bar)
4 Tightening torque Ma = 90 Nm
P Couple de serrage Ma = 90 Nm
Anschraublochbild 60 mm x 60 mm (M12)
Hole pattern 60 mm x 60 mm (M12)
Configuration de percage 60 mm x 60 mm (M12)

C C
Hochdruckmanometer gehört nicht zur Baugruppe Manometer3 Druckbereich (bar)
Manometerauswahl gemäß Maschinenkarte Gauge pressure range (bar)
High pressure gauge not part of shown assembly Portée de pression du manomètre (bar)
Selection of gauge according to machine card
Le manomètre haute pression ne fait pas partie Druck (bar) Anzeigebereich (bar) Teile3 Nr.:
d‘ ensemble des components Pressure (bar) Range (bar) Part no.:
Séléction de manomètre selon de carte de machine Pression (bar) Portée d'affichage (bar) Référence:
Z
20
1
10
1
50
1
60
1
70
1 100
300
0 3 160 bar
0 3 400 bar
04.02860.0001
04.02860.0003
1:5
2:1 450
750
0 3 600 bar
0 3 1000 bar
04.02860.0004
04.02860.0009
D Anziehdrehmoment Ma = 100 Nm
1150 0 3 1600 bar 04.02860.0056 D
Tightening torque Ma = 100 Nm 1500 0 3 2000 bar 04.02860.0091
Couple de serrage Ma = 100 Nm 1800 0 3 2500 bar 04.02860.0117
ß
30
Y 1
Z 2:1
368

Y
T G 1 1/2

S
E E
Betriebsdruck max. 1200 bar
Volumenstrom max. 500 l/min
Nennweite DN17 P
Keramikausführung DN 20 / 4x M12 / 60 x 60
Hochdruckdichtung
* Artikel3Nr. Format DIN
Max. operating pressure 1200 bar
00.05893.0031
alle Ecken und Kanten gratfrei

Max. flow rate 500 l/min


X ß Mit Betriebsdruck signiert
ß Mit Auftrags-Nr. signiert
Krabus A2
Nominal diameter 17 mm X ß Mit Teile-Nr. - Rev. signiert Zul.Abweichung Maßstab
1:2 Gewicht in kg
werden, und sie darf durch den Empfänger oder Dritte auch

f.Maße ohne
20.2000
Ohne unsere vorherige Zustimmung darf diese Zeichnung

Toleranzangabe
Ceramic design ß Härte geprüft
nicht in anderer Weise mißbräuchlich benutzt werden.
weder vervielfältigt noch Dritten zugänglich gemacht

ISO 2768 3 mH
Verwendungszweck Halbzeug Werkstoff *
F O 40 High pressure seal Oberfläche nach
DIN ISO 1302 F
271 171 Datum Name PRESSURE REGULATING VALVE CPL.
Benennung
Pression de service maximale 1200 bar Bearb 05.11.2010 PSchoening
SOUPAPE REGULATRICE DE PRESSION AU COMPLET
16.03.2012 Oberscheidt
T Débit maximal 500 l/min Gepr.
Norm 16.03.2012 Krabus DRUCKREGELVENTIL KPL.
Largeur nominale DN 17
Version céramique Zeichnungs3Nr. Revision Blatt
Joint haute pression
1 2 3 4 5
001 Positionen nachgetragen
Zust Änderung
12.03.2012 PS
Datum Name
D359302 OELDE
CAD3Zeichnung
00.05893.0031 1
Ers.durch Ers.für
001 1 von
1 Bl.
PARTS LIST (41)

Parts-list no.: 00.05865.0125 Hammelmann Maschinenfabrik GmbH


Drawing no. : 00.05865.0125-1 POB 3309, D-59282 Oelde, Germany
mail to: mail@hammelmann.de
Description : PRESSURE REGULATING VALVE http://www.hammelmann.de
500 L/MIN (NW17) , 1000 BAR Date : 25.02.2013
Page : 1

DwgPos Item Code-No. Description Quantity No/Unit Unit


10 10 01.01240.0527 HOUSING 1 1,00 pc
20 20 01.03468.0158 SEAL RING 1 1,00 pc
25 25 04.00734.0113 O-RING 1 1,00 pc
30 30 01.02123.0147 CONTROL PISTON 1 1,00 pc
35 35 01.01595.0182 BRACKET 1 1,00 pc
50 50 01.03465.0786 SEAL RING 1 1,00 pc
60 60 01.03528.0305 VALVE SEAT RING 1 1,00 pc
70 70 04.00737.1018 SUPPORT RING 1 1,00 pc
80 80 01.05320.0174 REDUCTION PIECE 1 1,00 pc

110 110 02.01765.0013 SHAFT CIRCLIP 1 1,00 pc

130 130 01.04380.1135 DISC 1 1,00 pc


140 140 04.04380.0037 SPRING WASHER 1 1,00 pc
160 160 04.00742.0043 CYLINDER RING 1 1,00 pc

>>>end<<<
p_dbgs01.p
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
175
A3A Anzugsdrehmoment Ma = 200 Nm

A 130 140 10 35 30 50
P 60 70 160 80
Tightening torque Ma = 200 Nm
Couple de serrage Ma = 200 Nm A A
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
144

B B

T
(M63 x 2)

(G1 1/2)

133
C C

110 Z Skt. SW 55
1
Y
Z 2:1 T G 1 1/2
D D
2:1 ß
Skt. SW 19

90 120
A
Betriebsdruck max. 1200 bar
3 2 Volumenstrom max. 500 l/min
Nennweite DN17 P
25 20 Anzugsdrehmoment Ma = 100 Nm Keramikausführung
E Tightening torque Ma = 100 Nm Hochdruckdichtung DN 20 / 4x M12 / 60 x 60 E
1 1 Couple de serrage Ma = 100 Nm * Artikel3Nr. Format DIN

00.05865.0125
alle Ecken und Kanten gratfrei
Max. operating pressure 1200 bar
Max. flow rate 500 l/min X
ß Mit Betriebsdruck signiert
ß Mit Auftrags-Nr. signiert
Krabus A3
X Zul.Abweichung
Nominal diameter 17 mm ß Mit Teile-Nr. - Rev. signiert Maßstab
1:1 Gewicht in kg
werden, und sie darf durch den Empfänger oder Dritte auch

f.Maße ohne
10.4200
Ohne unsere vorherige Zustimmung darf diese Zeichnung

ß Härte geprüft Toleranzangabe


Ceramic design
nicht in anderer Weise mißbräuchlich benutzt werden.
weder vervielfältigt noch Dritten zugänglich gemacht

ISO 2768 3 mH
Verwendungszweck Halbzeug Werkstoff *
High pressure seal Oberfläche nach
DIN ISO 1302
Datum Name Benennung
26.08.2010 Oberscheidt
PRESSURE REGULATING VALVE
Pression de service maximale 1200 bar Bearb
SOUPAPE REGULATRICE DE PRESSION
F Débit maximal 500 l/min Gepr. 15.03.2012 Oberscheidt F
Largeur nominale DN 17 004 Texte hinzu 14.03.2012 PS
Norm 15.03.2012 Krabus DRUCKREGELVENTIL
1:5 Version céramique 003 Druck in 1200 bar 12.03.2012 PS Zeichnungs3Nr. Revision Blatt

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PARTS LIST (41)

Parts-list no.: 00.06428.0025 Hammelmann Maschinenfabrik GmbH


Drawing no. : 00.06428.0025-1 POB 3309, D-59282 Oelde, Germany
mail to: mail@hammelmann.de
Description : MEMBRANE CYLINDER http://www.hammelmann.de
DW : 95 MM Date : 25.02.2013
Page : 1

DwgPos Item Code-No. Description Quantity No/Unit Unit


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20 20 04.00946.0216 COIL SPRING 1 1,00 pc
30 30 01.02110.0437 PISTON 1 1,00 pc
40 40 04.02727.0009 MEMBRANE 1 1,00 pc
50 50 01.00665.0508 COVER 1 1,00 pc
60 60 02.00825.0034 HEXAGON SOCKET HEAD SCREW 8 1,00 pc
70 70 04.02990.0093 REDUCTION NIPPLE 1 1,00 pc
80 80 04.00706.0026 SEAL RING 1 1,00 pc
90 90 04.05878.0029 CHECK VALVE 1 1,00 pc
100 100 04.05993.0956 TUBE FITTING 1 1,00 pc
110 110 04.05993.0838 TUBE FITTING 1 1,00 pc
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f.Maße ohne
5.1800
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ß Härte geprüft Toleranzangabe


nicht in anderer Weise mißbräuchlich benutzt werden.
weder vervielfältigt noch Dritten zugänglich gemacht

ISO 2768 3 mH
Verwendungszweck
Oberfläche nach
Halbzeug Werkstoff *
DIN ISO 1302
Datum Name Benennung
009 Signierung/3ort hinzu 08.12.2010 Pöts Bearb 11.12.2001 Sommerkamp
F 008 Teilenr sign. entfällt 09.06.2010 Pöts Gepr. 10.12.2010 Oberscheidt F
007
006
Pos. 120 hinzu
00.05877.0065 entf.
17.10.2007 Pöts Norm
27.04.2007 PS
13.12.2010 Krabus MEMBRANZYLINDER
005 Stkl. geä. 12.04.2006 Pöts Zeichnungs3Nr. Revision Blatt

1 2 3 4
004
003
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Pos.80,210 geändert
Änderung
04.03.2003 Pöts
28.03.2002 Som
Datum Name
D359302 OELDE
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009 1 von
1 Bl.
PARTS LIST (41)

Parts-list no.: 00.05877.0039 Hammelmann Maschinenfabrik GmbH


Drawing no. : 00.05877.0039-1 POB 3309, D-59282 Oelde, Germany
mail to: mail@hammelmann.de
Description : SAFETY VALVE http://www.hammelmann.de
PN MAX 700. BAR;DN.6MM Date : 25.02.2013
Page : 1

DwgPos Item Code-No. Description Quantity No/Unit Unit


10 10 01.01750.0786 SLEEVE 1 1,00 pc
20 20 04.00946.0555 COIL SPRING 1 1,00 pc
30 30 01.05307.0098 PRESSURE PIECE 1 1,00 pc
40 40 01.01109.0108 VALVE GUIDE 1 1,00 pc
50 50 02.01790.0008 BALL 1 1,00 pc
60 60 04.00730.0062 O-RING 1 1,00 pc
70 70 04.00730.0133 O-RING 1 1,00 pc
80 80 01.02805.0168 HEXAGON NUT 1 1,00 pc
90 90 01.02123.0138 CONTROL PISTON 1 1,00 pc
100 100 01.00067.0060 WATER CONNECTION 1 1,00 pc
110 110 01.04123.0224 VALVE SEAT 1 1,00 pc
120 120 04.00730.0194 O-RING 2 1,00 pc
130 130 02.01765.0004 SHAFT CIRCLIP 1 1,00 pc
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Toleranzangabe
nicht in anderer Weise mißbräuchlich benutzt werden.
weder vervielfältigt noch Dritten zugänglich gemacht

ISO 2768 3 mH
Verwendungszweck
Oberfläche nach
Halbzeug Werkstoff *
F DIN ISO 1302 F
Datum Name Benennung
Bearb 10.06.2005 Sommerkamp
P (G1/2) 006 Pos. 20 Teilenr. geänd. 15.10.2010 PS Gepr. 18.10.2010 Heinrichsmei
005
004
Tabelle, Texte
Signierungsangabe
30.10.2009 PS Norm
10.03.2009 Pöts
19.10.2010 Krabus SICHERHEITSVENTIL
003 Zeichnung in SolidEdge 29.11.2007 Pöts Zeichnungs3Nr. Revision Blatt

1 2 3 4 5
002
001
Zust
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26.07.2005 Som
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1 Bl.
HAMMELMANN Code no.: 04.03070.0034

Shell Omala S4 GX 150


Version 1.0
Effective Date 02/14/2011
Regulation 1907/2006/EC
Safety Data Sheet

1. IDENTIFICATION OF THE SUBSTANCE/PREPARATION AND COMPANY/UNDERTAKING

Material Name : Shell Omala S4 GX 150


Uses : Gear lubricant.
Product Code : 001D7850

Manufacturer/Supplier : Shell Deutschland Oil GmbH


Suhrenkamp 71-77
D-22335 Hamburg

Telephone : (+49) 40 6324-6255


Fax : (+49) 40 6321-051
Email Contact for : If you have any enquiries about the content of this MSDS
MSDS please email lubricantSDS@shell.com

Emergency Telephone : +49 (0)40 6324-5110


Number

2. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION

EC Classification : Not classified as dangerous under EC criteria.

Health Hazards : Not expected to be a health hazard when used under normal
conditions. Prolonged or repeated skin contact without proper
cleaning can clog the pores of the skin resulting in disorders
such as oil acne/folliculitis. Used oil may contain harmful
impurities.
Signs and Symptoms : Oil acne/folliculitis signs and symptoms may include formation
of black pustules and spots on the skin of exposed areas.
Ingestion may result in nausea, vomiting and/or diarrhoea.
Safety Hazards : Not classified as flammable but will burn.
Environmental Hazards : Not classified as dangerous for the environment.

3. COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS

Preparation Description : Blend of polyolefins and additives.

Hazardous Components

Chemical Identity CAS EINECS Symbol(s) R-phrase(s) Conc.


Long-chain alkyl T, C, N R22; R34; 0,10 - 0,24 %
amine R43;
R23/24;
R48/20;
R50/53

Additional Information : Refer to chapter 16 for full text of EC R-phrases.

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Shell Omala S4 GX 150


Version 1.0
Effective Date 02/14/2011
Regulation 1907/2006/EC
Safety Data Sheet

4. FIRST AID MEASURES

General Information : Not expected to be a health hazard when used under normal
conditions.
Inhalation : No treatment necessary under normal conditions of use. If
symptoms persist, obtain medical advice.
Skin Contact : Remove contaminated clothing. Flush exposed area with water
and follow by washing with soap if available. If persistent
irritation occurs, obtain medical attention.
Eye Contact : Flush eye with copious quantities of water. If persistent
irritation occurs, obtain medical attention.
Ingestion : In general no treatment is necessary unless large quantities
are swallowed, however, get medical advice.
Advice to Physician : Treat symptomatically.

5. FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES

Clear fire area of all non-emergency personnel.

Specific Hazards : Hazardous combustion products may include: A complex


mixture of airborne solid and liquid particulates and gases
(smoke). Carbon monoxide. Unidentified organic and inorganic
compounds.
Suitable Extinguishing : Foam, water spray or fog. Dry chemical powder, carbon
Media dioxide, sand or earth may be used for small fires only.
Unsuitable Extinguishing : Do not use water in a jet.
Media
Protective Equipment for : Proper protective equipment including breathing apparatus
Firefighters must be worn when approaching a fire in a confined space.

6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

Avoid contact with spilled or released material. For guidance on selection of personal protective
equipment see Chapter 8 of this Material Safety Data Sheet. See Chapter 13 for information on
disposal. Observe the relevant local and international regulations.

Protective measures : Avoid contact with skin and eyes. Use appropriate containment
to avoid environmental contamination. Prevent from spreading
or entering drains, ditches or rivers by using sand, earth, or
other appropriate barriers.
Clean Up Methods : Slippery when spilt. Avoid accidents, clean up immediately.
Prevent from spreading by making a barrier with sand, earth or
other containment material. Reclaim liquid directly or in an
absorbent. Soak up residue with an absorbent such as clay,
sand or other suitable material and dispose of properly.
Additional Advice : Local authorities should be advised if significant spillages
cannot be contained.

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Shell Omala S4 GX 150


Version 1.0
Effective Date 02/14/2011
Regulation 1907/2006/EC
Safety Data Sheet

7. HANDLING AND STORAGE

General Precautions : Use local exhaust ventilation if there is risk of inhalation of


vapours, mists or aerosols. Properly dispose of any
contaminated rags or cleaning materials in order to prevent
fires. Use the information in this data sheet as input to a risk
assessment of local circumstances to help determine
appropriate controls for safe handling, storage and disposal of
this material.
Handling : Avoid prolonged or repeated contact with skin. Avoid inhaling
vapour and/or mists. When handling product in drums, safety
footwear should be worn and proper handling equipment
should be used.
Storage : Keep container tightly closed and in a cool, well-ventilated
place. Use properly labelled and closeable containers. Storage
Temperature: 0 - 50°C / 32 - 122°F
Recommended Materials : For containers or container linings, use mild steel or high
density polyethylene.
Unsuitable Materials : PVC.
Additional Information : Polyethylene containers should not be exposed to high
temperatures because of possible risk of distortion.
Storage class: 10
Fire hazard classification: B

8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION

If the American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH) value is provided on


this document, it is provided for information only.

Occupational Exposure Limits

Exposure Controls : The level of protection and types of controls necessary will vary
depending upon potential exposure conditions. Select controls
based on a risk assessment of local circumstances.
Appropriate measures include: Adequate ventilation to control
airborne concentrations. Where material is heated, sprayed or
mist formed, there is greater potential for airborne
concentrations to be generated.
Personal Protective : Personal protective equipment (PPE) should meet
Equipment recommended national standards. Check with PPE suppliers.
Respiratory Protection : No respiratory protection is ordinarily required under normal
conditions of use. In accordance with good industrial hygiene
practices, precautions should be taken to avoid breathing of
material. If engineering controls do not maintain airborne
concentrations to a level which is adequate to protect worker
health, select respiratory protection equipment suitable for the
specific conditions of use and meeting relevant legislation.
Check with respiratory protective equipment suppliers. Where

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Effective Date 02/14/2011
Regulation 1907/2006/EC
Safety Data Sheet

air-filtering respirators are suitable, select an appropriate


combination of mask and filter. Select a filter suitable for
combined particulate/organic gases and vapours [boiling point
>65 °C (149 °F)] meeting EN14387.
Hand Protection : Where hand contact with the product may occur the use of
gloves approved to relevant standards (e.g. Europe: EN374,
US: F739) made from the following materials may provide
suitable chemical protection: PVC, neoprene or nitrile rubber
gloves. Suitability and durability of a glove is dependent on
usage, e.g. frequency and duration of contact, chemical
resistance of glove material, glove thickness, dexterity. Always
seek advice from glove suppliers. Contaminated gloves should
be replaced. Personal hygiene is a key element of effective
hand care. Gloves must only be worn on clean hands. After
using gloves, hands should be washed and dried thoroughly.
Application of a non-perfumed moisturizer is recommended.
Eye Protection : Wear safety glasses or full face shield if splashes are likely to
occur. Approved to EU Standard EN166.
Protective Clothing : Skin protection not ordinarily required beyond standard issue
work clothes.
Monitoring Methods : Monitoring of the concentration of substances in the breathing
zone of workers or in the general workplace may be required to
confirm compliance with an OEL and adequacy of exposure
controls. For some substances biological monitoring may also
be appropriate.
Environmental Exposure : Minimise release to the environment. An environmental
Controls assessment must be made to ensure compliance with local
environmental legislation.

9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Appearance : Amber. Liquid at room temperature.


Odour : Slight hydrocarbon.
pH : Not applicable.
Initial Boiling Point and : > 280 °C / 536 °F estimated value(s)
Boiling Range
Pour point : Typical -45 °C / -49 °F
Flash point : Typical 238 °C / 460 °F (COC)
Upper / lower Flammability : Typical 1 - 10 %(V)
or Explosion limits
Auto-ignition temperature : > 320 °C / 608 °F
Vapour pressure : < 0,5 Pa at 20 °C / 68 °F (estimated value(s))
Density : Typical 877 kg/m3 at 15 °C / 59 °F
Water solubility : Negligible.
n-octanol/water partition : > 6 (based on information on similar products)
coefficient (log Pow)
Kinematic viscosity : Typical 157,7 mm2/s at 40 °C / 104 °F
Vapour density (air=1) : > 1 (estimated value(s))
Evaporation rate (nBuAc=1) : Data not available

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Shell Omala S4 GX 150


Version 1.0
Effective Date 02/14/2011
Regulation 1907/2006/EC
Safety Data Sheet

10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY

Stability : Stable.
Conditions to Avoid : Extremes of temperature and direct sunlight.
Materials to Avoid : Strong oxidising agents.
Hazardous : Hazardous decomposition products are not expected to form
Decomposition Products during normal storage.

11. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Basis for Assessment : Information given is based on data on the components and the
toxicology of similar products.
Acute Oral Toxicity : Expected to be of low toxicity: LD50 > 5000 mg/kg , Rat
Acute Dermal Toxicity : Expected to be of low toxicity: LD50 > 5000 mg/kg , Rabbit
Acute Inhalation Toxicity : Not considered to be an inhalation hazard under normal
conditions of use.
Skin Irritation : Expected to be slightly irritating. Prolonged or repeated skin
contact without proper cleaning can clog the pores of the skin
resulting in disorders such as oil acne/folliculitis.
Eye Irritation : Expected to be slightly irritating.
Respiratory Irritation : Inhalation of vapours or mists may cause irritation.
Sensitisation : Not expected to be a skin sensitiser.
Repeated Dose Toxicity : Not expected to be a hazard.
Mutagenicity : Not considered a mutagenic hazard.
Carcinogenicity : Components are not known to be associated with carcinogenic
effects.
Reproductive and : Not expected to be a hazard.
Developmental Toxicity
Additional Information : Used oils may contain harmful impurities that have
accumulated during use. The concentration of such impurities
will depend on use and they may present risks to health and
the environment on disposal. ALL used oil should be handled
with caution and skin contact avoided as far as possible.

12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Ecotoxicological data have not been determined specifically for this product. Information given is
based on a knowledge of the components and the ecotoxicology of similar products.

Acute Toxicity : Poorly soluble mixture. May cause physical fouling of aquatic
organisms. Expected to be practically non toxic: LL/EL/IL50 >
100 mg/l (to aquatic organisms) (LL/EL50 expressed as the
nominal amount of product required to prepare aqueous test
extract).
Mobility : Liquid under most environmental conditions. Floats on water. If
it enters soil, it will adsorb to soil particles and will not be
mobile.
Persistence/degradability : Expected to be not readily biodegradable. Major constituents
are expected to be inherently biodegradable, but the product
contains components that may persist in the environment.

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Effective Date 02/14/2011
Regulation 1907/2006/EC
Safety Data Sheet

Bioaccumulation : Contains components with the potential to bioaccumulate.

Other Adverse Effects : Product is a mixture of non-volatile components, which are not
expected to be released to air in any significant quantities. Not
expected to have ozone depletion potential, photochemical
ozone creation potential or global warming potential.

13. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

Material Disposal : Recover or recycle if possible. It is the responsibility of the


waste generator to determine the toxicity and physical
properties of the material generated to determine the proper
waste classification and disposal methods in compliance with
applicable regulations. Do not dispose into the environment, in
drains or in water courses.
Container Disposal : Dispose in accordance with prevailing regulations, preferably to
a recognised collector or contractor. The competence of the
collector or contractor should be established beforehand.
Local Legislation : Disposal should be in accordance with applicable regional,
national, and local laws and regulations.
EU Waste Disposal Code (EWC): 13 02 06 synthetic engine,
gear and lubricating oils. Classification of waste is always the
responsibility of the end user.

14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

ADR
This material is not classified as dangerous under ADR regulations.

RID
This material is not classified as dangerous under RID regulations.

ADNR
This material is not classified as dangerous under ADNR regulations.

IMDG
This material is not classified as dangerous under IMDG regulations.

IATA (Country variations may apply)


This material is not classified as dangerous under IATA regulations.

15. REGULATORY INFORMATION

The regulatory information is not intended to be comprehensive. Other regulations may apply to this
material.

EC Classification : Not classified as dangerous under EC criteria.


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Effective Date 02/14/2011
Regulation 1907/2006/EC
Safety Data Sheet

EC Symbols : No Hazard Symbol required


EC Risk Phrases : Not classified.
EC Safety Phrases : Not classified.
Chemical Inventory Status
EINECS : All components
listed or polymer
exempt.
TSCA : All components
listed.

National Legislation

Water Pollution Class : WGK 1 - low hazard to waters (appendix 4, VwVwS,


preparations).
Sensitiser not sufficient to : Contains alkylamine. May produce an allergic reaction.
classify

Other Information : Technische Anleitung Luft: Product not listed by name.


Observe section 5.2.5 in connection with section 5.4.9

16. OTHER INFORMATION

R-phrase(s)

Not classified.
R22 Harmful if swallowed.
R23/24 Toxic by inhalation and in contact with skin.
R34 Causes burns.
R43 May cause sensitization by skin contact.
R48/20 Harmful: danger of serious damage to health by prolonged exposure through
inhalation.
R50/53 Very toxic to aquatic organisms, may cause long-term adverse effects in the
aquatic environment.

MSDS Version Number : 1.0

MSDS Effective Date : 02/14/2011

MSDS Revisions : A vertical bar (|) in the left margin indicates an amendment
from the previous version.
MSDS Regulation : Regulation 1907/2006/EC
MSDS Distribution : The information in this document should be made available to
all who may handle the product.
Disclaimer : This information is based on our current knowledge and is
intended to describe the product for the purposes of health,
safety and environmental requirements only. It should not
therefore be construed as guaranteeing any specific property
of the product.

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HAMMELMANN Code no.: 04.03235.0114

BEKA
Gear pump
Type FL 6 C
Article-No. 3020 006050011

Installation,
operation
and
maintenance
instruction
HAMMELMANN Code no.: 04.03235.0114

K 3000.1091.1 GB

Zentralschmiertechnik
BAIER + KÖPPEL

Instructions for use and maintenance


Gear pumps

Taking the unit into operation

Installation
The gear pump may be installed in vertical as well as in horizontal position. Angular bases and pump sup-
ports required for that purposeare available. For direct---drive operation the pump is equipped with an ela-
stic clutch. Belt and cogwheel drive assemblies as well as axial loads to the shaft are not acceptable. When
installing the pump, the piping assembly connected to it has to be taken into account. Tensions due to incor-
rectly installed tubes or to misalignment of the drive motor should be avoided. Any misalignment of the shaft
should not exceed 0,2 mm. Even if some manufacturers of drive clutches state that a greater misalignment
can be compensated by the clutch, the restoring force of the clutch generates some radial load on the shafts
to be connected, and this may result in damages to the pump. Impacts on the shaft end are not acceptable
at all, as they might result in serious damage to the pump.

Piping assemblies
When designing the size of a piping assembly, at has to be made sure that the acceptable flow speeds will
not be exceeded. In the suction pipe, they should not exceed 1,5 m/sec., and in the pressure pipe they
should not exceed 5 m/sec. (for more details, please consult the manufacturer). Before installation, any
piping assembly should be cleaned carefully. The suction pipe has to be perfectly airproof, and it should
be arranged as straight as possible, its end always being placed a few centimeters below of the minimum
oil level in the tank. The maximum suction lift should be restricted to a maximum of approx. 1 m. For the
piping assembly seamless precision steel tubes as per DIN 2391 are recommended.

Range of viscosity
The range of viscosity at operation should be between 15 and 800 mm2/s, as per graph 1 attached hereto.
The range of use of an oil may be clarified by reading the table of viscosities and temperatures. To this effect,
two viscosity values --- for ex. for 20° and 50° C --- must be entered into the graph. The point of intersection
of the straight line passing through these points, with the lines for maximum and minimum viscosity, indica-
tes the temperature limits of the oil concerned.
Attention: mind lubricant recommendation of manufacturer!

Oil quantity --- Oil temperature


The oil quantity required in the storage tank depends on the conditions of operation. In case of intermittent
operation, a quantity will be satisfactory which corresponds to two times the total flow rate per minute of
the pump. For continous operation, a quantity of oil of 3 or 4 times that reserve has to be provided. The
service temperature should be in the range from ---10° to +80° C (refer to diagram 1). The ideal range of
temperature is from 30° up to 50° C. Under particular circumstances, installation of an oil cooler may be
required in order to keep the temperature within certain limits.

Filtration
It is recommended to install a filter having a maximum mesh size of 0,100 mm and magnetic separating
device. An additional suction filter with a mesh size of 0,100 up to 0,200 mm will protect the pump against
coarse dirt. It should be cleaned at regular intervals in order to prevent the suction vacuum pressure from
falling below the specified limits, as this might lead to damages by cavitation.

D -- 91253 Pegnitz -- Postfach 1320 -- Telefon 09241/729-- 0 -- FAX 09241/72950


HAMMELMANN Code no.: 04.03235.0114

K 3000.1091.2 GB

Zentralschmiertechnik
BAIER + KÖPPEL

Maximum pressure
The pump must be protected against excessive pressure, by means of a pressure restrictor valve. Setting
of that pressure restrictor valve effected by using a pressure gauge for control.

Speed --- Sense of rotation


According to the size of the type concerned, the minimum service speed is approx. 500 r.p.m. The nominal
speed is 1400 r.p.m. All performance data stated in the leaflet are based on these ratings. In that leaflet, you
will find also the maximum speeds of the individual types. Normal sense of rotation is clockwise, and marked
by an arrow. When the unit is taken into operation, the correct sense of rotation of the electrical motor should
be checked by turning it ”ON” for a short period of time (maximum 5 seconds) before the line is filled with
fluid for the first time.

Clutch
The diameter tolerance of the shaft end is j6. The diameter tolerance of the clutch hub should be in accordan-
ce to H7.

Start ---up operation


It will be usefull to fill the pump and the suction with pressure fluid by manual rotation, before putting the
motor into operation. After that, the pump should be set to ”supply” condition, by turning the motor ”ON”.
In doing so, watch the fluid level in the tank until bleeding of the system is positively finished, in order to make
sure that the fluid level does not decrease to an amount less than the minimum suction limit. After the first
start---up operation (in depressurized condition), the system should be turned ”OFF” again, in order to allow
separation of air dissolved in the oil. Operation of the pump in pressurized condition is acceptable only if
the pressure fluid does not contain any bubbles.

Maintenance
General
The gear pump is lubricated by the oil and, therefore, does not require any maintenance. Care and service
work are restricted to keeping the hydraulic oil perfectly clean, to checking the oil level and the temperature,
and to cleaning of the filters. In this context we recommend that our detailed instructions for operation and
service of pipe filters should be complied with. In order to preclude any corosion, the pump should be filled
with oil if it is kept on stock for a substantial period of time (more than one year).

Malfunctions and remedies


Even if all instructions and notes of advice are strictly complied with, a malfunction may occur in some or
other case. The remarks listed here---below are to help you to identify and eliminate the fault, taking into
account the symptoms actually detected.

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HAMMELMANN Code no.: 04.03235.0114

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Malfunction No. 1: The pump does not supply fluid.


1.1 The pump does not suck ---in any fluid

Possible reasons Remedies


1.1.1 The plug was not removed from the suction pipe. Remove the plug.

1.1.2 Leakage of the suction pipe. Re ---tighten the screwed joints; seal the threads.

1.1.3 Suction pipe is too short, or oil level in the tank Extend the suction pipe,
is too low. top up with oil.

1.1.4 Flow resistance in the suction pipe is too high Increase the tube diameter; straighten the suction pipe;
(excessive depressiopn). clean the suction filter; reduce the intake height.

1.1.5 Wrong sense of rotationof the motor assembly. Correct the sense of rotation.

1.1.6 Pressure pipe closed by the valve, or under Change over the depressurized circulation, or bleed
pre ---load, so that bleeding of the pump is the pump by opening the pressure socket.
impossible.

1.1.7 Excessive viscosity of the pressure fluid, or Fill the system using a pressure fluid, the viscosity of
excessive cooling of the pressure fluid. which is suitable for the service temperature.

1.2 Supply is interrupted even if the drive system is okay.

Possible reasons Remedies


1.2.1 Destroyed clutch. Replace the clutch.

1.2.2 Pump shaft shorn off. Have the unit repaired by the factory.

1.2.3 Leakage of the suction pipe. Refer to item 1.1.2

1.2.4 Oil level in the tank is lower than the minimum Top up with pressure fluid.
required for suction.

Malfunction No. 2: The pump supplies fluid, but there is lack of pressure,
or pressure is not satisfactory

Possible reasons Remedies


2.1 Air has entered the suction pipe. Refer to items 1.1.2 and 1.1.3

2.2 Pressure relief valve does not close as it is Clean the pressure relief valve,
damaged, or the spring is broken. or replace the defective spring.

2.3 Bresakage of tube underneath the tank cover, Repair the defectiveness.
or threaded tube connections not tightened in
the proper way.

2.4 Substantial wear of the pump. Have the pump repaired by the factory.

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Malfunction No. 3: Excessive pump noise

Possible reasons Remedies


3.1 Air is taken in by the pump. Refer to items 1.1.2 and 1.1.3

3.2 Defective shaft seal. Install a new shaft seal.

3.3 Cavitation in the pump. Refer to items 1.1.4 and 1.1.7

3.4 Clutch is defective or misaligned. New clutch, or re ---align the clutch.

3.5 Pump is defective. Have the pump repaired by the factory.

Graph 1

Viscosity mm2/s ( cSt )


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15
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Temperature ( ° C )

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