GEO PULSE GP19 GP29 GP16 GP26 GeoCool

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INSTALLATION AND OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS,PRE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS. Before installing the Geo Pulse pump module check the flow curves against t h e system flow and pressure. drop characteristics to be sure the correct pump module is selected for your system A one pump Geo Pulse pump. module can typically accommodate the flow requirements of a unit up to 3 tons A two pump Geo Pulse p u m p. m o d u l e can typically accommodate t h e flow r e q u i r e m e n t of a unit 3 1 2 through 6 tons. Use the curves on page 1 to verify flow rates and Geo Pulse pump module selection. The Geo Pulse pump module must be located between the heat pump and the Geothermal loop field Location of. the Geo Pulse should be selected based on ease of installation and it should be located in a place that is easy to get to. for future service As it is with all pumping systems leaks may occur due to the wear or failure of the moving parts or. improper installations Therefore care must be taken in the placement of the equipment so that flooring or surrounding. facilities are not damaged by leaking equipment or leaking associated piping The Geo Pulse is used for circulating. water anti freeze through the Heat Pump and the Geothermal loop field only The Geo Pulse pump module is not. designed nor intended to be used for any other pumping purpose and cannot be used for any potable water or drinking. water service The Geo Pulse vessel is never to be pressurized The Geo Pulse pump module may be used for flushing. and purging the geothermal system but additional flow and pressure may be required based on the design of the system If. additional flow and pressure is required reference the Geo Systems USA flushing and purging manual for additional. information and the Geo Systems USA flush and purge dolly product line. 1 The Geo Pulse pump modules are designed to be used with dedicated Geothermal loop fields only Multiple Geo. Pulse pump modules on a single geothermal well field will cause a system failure and flooding of the pump module. vessels This is not an acceptable installation, 2 The Geo Pulse pump module can be installed in configurations that have more than one heat pump on a common. Geothermal loop field The engineering of the pump module and the piping system will require the assistance of a. professional geothermal designer and the possible need of additional control valves or control devices Call Geo. Systems USA for assistance if this arrangement is required. 3 The Geo Pulse pump module includes brass unions for the system fluid connections The unions include o rings for. the sealing method which needs to be hand tight only and then turn one quarter of a turn at most with a wrench If the. union is over tightened the piping below the union may become damaged which will cause a leak in the unit This will. not be covered under warrantee, 1 The Geo Pulse pumping module must be wired in accordance with all applicable national and local electrical. codes The electrical requirements for the pump motors are determined by the model number that was purchased. Before power is applied the electrician must determine what voltage is required by the model number that was. 2 The pump modules may be wired to any controlling source that allows the pumps to pump fluid freely without. stoppage If a control system is installed that incorporates a solenoid or control valve the valve must be wired to. open at the same time that the pump module is started. 3 NOTE The WSHP will not operate unless the pump module is flowing fluid at the same time as the WSHP is. INSTALLATION AND OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS,INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS. The Geo Pulse pumping module can be installed using several different piping configurations Refer the following drawings. for a successful installation,1 EXAMPLE INSTALLATION ONLY CONSULT WITH.
HEAT PUMP MANUFACTURER FOR ROUTING SIZING,AND LINE CONNECTION INSTRUCTIONS. INSTALLATION AND OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS,INSTALLATION AND OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS. 1 EXAMPLE INSTALLATION ONLY CONSULT WITH,HEAT PUMP MANUFACTURER FOR ROUTING SIZING. AND LINE CONNECTION INSTRUCTIONS,INSTALLATION AND OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS. FILLING FLUSHING AND PURGING WITH THE GEO PULSE, 1 The Geo Pulse pump module may be used for flushing and purging the geothermal system but additional flow.
and pressure may be required based on the design of the system If additional flow and pressure is required. reference the Geo Systems USA flushing and purging manual for additional information. 2 Unscrew lid on Geo Pulse Vessel and fill vessel with clean potable water The vessel should be kept full at a level. of 4 from the top at all times, 3 Ensure that both the suction and discharge ball valves on the pumps are in the open position handle pointing up. on top valve and down on bottom valve, 4 Remove venting screw on the face of the Grundfos pump s and rotate the motor shaft with a small screwdriver. to vent the air out of the pump motor and to lubricate the motor bearings When water is visible at the venting. screw opening replace venting screw, 5 Install the Geo Systems USA Pulse Flow flushing tool into the Geo Pulse with the 100mesh filter bag firmly. attached The filter bag will collect all of the debris that is flushed out of the loop or well field The clear tubing of. the Pulse Flow flushing tool must stay inside the vessel during the flushing and purging process. Note There must be sufficient amount of clean potable water on stand by via water hose to continue to refill. the vessel as water is being pumped into the system to fill each well or loop Do not allow the vessel to run dry during. this process or step 4 will need to be repeated each time that happens. 6 Close the isolation valves on the WSHP and open the by pass valve as shown in the piping drawing figure 1 If. the wells or loops have individual isolation valves ref figure 1 open and flush purge one set at a time. 7 Start the pump s and add water through the open vessel top until a full stream of water is being returned from. the well or loop field Continue flowing water until no more air bubbles are visible in the vessel Stop the pumps. and remove and clean the filter bag, 8 After successfully filling flushing and purging the well or loop field open the isolation valves on the WSHP and. close the by pass valve Leave the filter bag attached start the pumps and allow them to run for at least 30. minutes which should remove any air or debris that was in the WSHP Remove the flushing tool and the system is. ready for normal operation, FILLING FLUSHING AND PURGING WITH A FLUSH AND PURGE DOLLY.
1 Unscrew lid on Geo Pulse Vessel and fill vessel with clean potable water The vessel should be kept full at a level. of 4 from the top at all times, 2 Ensure that both the suction and discharge ball valves on the pumps are in the open position handle pointing up. on top valve and down on bottom valve, 3 Remove venting screw on the face of the Grundfos pump s and rotate the motor shaft with a small screwdriver. to vent the air out of the pump motor and to lubricate the motor bearings When water is visible at the venting. screw opening replace venting screw,INSTALLATION AND OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS. FILLING FLUSHING AND PURGING WITH A FLUSH AND PURGE DOLLY continued. 4 Close the isolation valves on the WSHP open the Geo Pulse by pass valve and close the interior system isolation. valves as shown on figure 2 If the wells or loops have individual isolation valves ref figure 2 open and flush. purge one set at a time, 5 Connect the flush and purge dolly to the flush port valves as shown on the piping drawing figure 2 Fill the flush. and purge dolly with clean potable water Install the 100 mesh bag filter to the return nozzle on the flush and purge. dolly Connect the flush and purge dolly electrical cord to a reliable power source Open the flush port valves as. shown on figure 2, 6 Start the flush and purge pumping system and add water to the flush and purge drum until a full stream of water.
is being returned from that well or loop Circulate that one loop until no air bubbles are visible in the flush and. purge drum Stop the pump and remove and clean the filter bag before beginning the same process on the next. well or loop, 7 After the first well or loop is full and clean isolate that well or loop and move to the next pair of well or loop. isolation valves to fill flush and purge that well or loop Continue with this procedure until all wells or loops have. been filled flushed and purged, 8 After all of the wells or loops have been filled flushed and purged open all the well or loop field valves and. circulate the entire system for 30 minutes using the flush and purge dolly pump to circulate the water. 9 Turn the flush and purge pump off close the flush port valves drain the flush and purge dolly and disconnect the. power cord, 10 The well or loop field should now be flushed and purged if the instructions above have been followed correctly. The next step is to flush and purge the interior system piping and the WSHP All of the valves should be in the. proper position if the above instructions have been followed. 11 Install the Geo Systems USA Pulse Flow flushing tool into the Geo Pulse with the 100mesh filter bag firmly. attached The filter bag will collect all of the debris that is flushed out of the WSHP and the interior piping The clear. tubing of the Pulse Flow flushing tool must stay inside the vessel during the flushing and purging process. Note There must be sufficient amount of clean potable water on stand by via water hose to continue to refill. the vessel as water is being pumped into the system and WSHP Do not allow the vessel to run dry during this process. or step 3 will need to be repeated each time that happens. 12 Start the pump s and add water through the open vessel top until a full stream of water is being returned from. the WSHP and interior piping Continue flowing water until no air bubbles are visible in the vessel Stop the pumps. and remove and clean the filter bag, 13 Open the isolation valves on the WSHP and close the by pass valve Open the system isolation valves and the. well loop field valves The system is ready for normal operation. INSTALLATION AND OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS,START UP PROCEDURE.
1 Check the flow of the Geo Pulse through the systems via the Pulse Flow flow meter to ensure that correct. flow is being supplied to the system If incorrect flow is being supplied check the Geo Pulse pump curves on page 1. to ensure that the correct model has been supplied for your system If you have the correct model Geo Pulse and you. are not getting the correct flow through your system there must be an obstruction that is preventing correct water flow. or there is still residual air in your system, Note If the water level changes during a normal operating cycle you must check for air in the system The water. level should stay the same plus or minus 2 if the system has been purged correctly If air is present in the system. repeat the flushing and purging procedures as stated above. 2 After you have achieved the required flow rate of your heat pump and all air has been purged from the system the. complete system is now ready for normal operation, Pulse Flow Flushing tool Pulse Flow Flow Meter Flush and Purge Dolly. GEO SYSTEMS USA,2435 DILLARD STREET GRAND PRAIRIE TEXAS 75051. TOLL FREE 1 866 522 0396,PHONE 1 972 522 0396,THE HEART BEAT OF YOUR GEO THERMAL SYSTEM. This manual is to assist you in your installation and operation of your new GEO PULSE geothermal pumping module Read the manual thoroughly before you begin the installation or operation of the pumping module The manual applies to the GEO PULSE model GP19 GP29 GP16 and the GP26 pump models Reference the following selection curves to determine which model is required for your system

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