Pioneer Self Priming Series PB amp PEB Series Operation

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TABLE of CONTENTS,TABLE OF CONTENTS 2,INTRODUCTION 3. INSPECTION 3,PRE INSTALLATION INSPECTION 3,RECORDING MODEL SERIAL NUMBERS 4. WARRANTY INFORMATION 4,SAFETY INFORMATION 4,INSTALLATION 5. FOUNDATION BASE PLATE SKID 5,LEVELING 6,TRAILER MOUNTED UNITS 6. INSTALLING PUMP 6,SUCTION PIPING 6,DISCHARGE PIPING 7.
SUCTION DISCHARGE PIPE FLANGES 7,SCREENING 7,SUMP DESIGN 7. ALIGNMENT OF PUMP AND MOTOR 8,ROTATION 8,OPERATION 8. PRE START CHECK LIST 8,LUBRICATION 9,OPERATION OF ENGINE DRIVEN UNITS 10. STARTING 10,ROTATION 10,LIQUID TEMPERATURE AND OVERHEATING 11. PUMP VACUUM CHECK 11,STOPPING 11,MAINTENANCE 12,SPARE PARTS 12.
DISASSEMBLY 13, INSPECTION COVER AND WEAR PLATE P3B THROUGH P8B PUMPS 14. SUCTION CHECK VALVE 14, SUCTION HEAD WEAR PLATE AND CHECK VALVE P10B PUMP 14. ROTATING ASSEMBLY 15,IMPELLER 15,BACK WEAR PLATE P10B 16. MECHANICAL SEAL 16,PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE 19,LUBRICATION 20. PUMP STORAGE 20,TROUBLE SHOOTING 20,CONDITIONS AND TERMS OF SALE 22.
INTRODUCTION, Thank you for purchasing a Pioneer PB Series Self Priming centrifugal pump complete with. integral suction check valve The pump is designed for handling non volatile non flammable. mild industrial corrosives residues and slurries containing large entrained solids. This manual provides installation operation and maintenance instructions for your Pioneer. Self Prime Pump and is intended to make your personnel aware of any procedure that requires. special attention because of potential hazards to personnel or equipment Read all instructions. carefully and remember pump installations are seldom identical Therefore this manual. cannot possibly provide detailed instructions and precautions for each specific application. Thus it is the owner installer s responsibility to ensure that neither operator safety nor pump. integrity are compromised by installations and applications that are not addressed in this. Centrifugal Pumps are designed for specific service and may or may not be suited for any other. service without loss of performance or potential damage to equipment personnel If there is. ever any doubt about suitability for a specific purpose contact your Pioneer Pump Inc. representative or the factory for assistance, Remember Pump performance may be affected by changes in pumpage such as specific. gravity viscosity temperature operating speed and net positive suction head available. INSPECTION, The pump assembly was inspected and tested before shipment from the factory Before. installation inspect the pump for damage that may have occurred during shipment. PRE INSTALLATION INSPECTION, Check as follows Inspect the pump for cracks dents damaged threads and other obvious. Check for and tighten loose attaching hardware Since gaskets tend to shrink after drying. check for loose hardware at mating surfaces, Carefully read all warnings and cautions contained in this manual or affixed to the pump and.
perform all duties indicated Note the direction of rotation indicated on the pump and check. that the pump shaft rotates counter clockwise when standing on the suction side of the pump. and facing the impeller, If equipment is stored more than twelve 12 months some of the components or lubricants. may have exceeded their maximum shelf life These must be inspected and replaced as. necessary prior to pump operation to ensure proper pump performance. RECORDING MODEL SERIAL NUMBERS, Record the model and serial number for your Pioneer Pump in the spaces provided below. The factory will need this information when you require parts or service. Pump Model,Pump Serial Number,Engine Motor Serial,Engine Motor Mgf. WARRANTY INFORMATION, Pioneer Pump s current terms and conditions including limited warranty policy can be found. on our website http www pioneerpump com from the homepage by selecting More. Resources Terms and Conditions or by following this link. http pioneerpump com media 232391 M5132 Pioneer Standard Terms and Conditions 1. WARRANTY CLAIMS, Contact the factory to file a warranty claim before shipping parts back Parts returned to the.
factory without an RMA number on file will be scrapped upon arrival. SAFETY INFORMATION, These warnings apply to PB Series basic pumps In many cases Pioneer Pump inc has no. control over or particular knowledge of the power source that will be used Therefore refer to. the manual accompanying the power source before attempting to begin operation. Before attempting to open or service the pump,1 Familiarize yourself with this manual. 2 Disconnect or lock out the power source to ensure that the pump will remain. inoperative, 3 Check the temperature before opening any covers plates or plugs. 4 Allow the pump to cool if overheated,5 Close the suction and discharge valves. 6 Vent the pump slowly and cautiously,7 Drain the Pump.
This pump is designed to handle mild industrial corrosives residues and slurries containing. large entrained solids Do not attempt to pump volatile corrosive or flammable materials that. may damage the pump or endanger personnel as a result of pump failure. After the pump has been positioned make certain that the pump and all piping connections are. tight properly supported and secure before operation Refer to Installation section. Do not operate the pump without the guards in place over the rotating parts Exposed rotating. parts can catch clothing fingers or tools causing severe injury to personnel. Do not remove plates covers gauges pipe plugs or fittings from an overheated pump Vapor. pressure within the pump can cause parts being disengaged to be ejected with great force. Allow the pump to cool before servicing, Do not operate the pump against a closed discharge valve for long periods of time If operated. against a closed discharge valve pump components will deteriorate and the liquid could come. to a boil build pressure and cause the pump casing to rupture or explode. Remove suction and discharge piping from pump prior to moving Use lifting and moving. equipment with adequate capacity and in good repair. INSTALLATION, Use the following guidelines when installing your new PB Series Self Priming Pump. Review safety information in safety information section This section is intended to outline. general recommendations and practices required to position and arrange the pump and piping. in static lift situations If installing the unit in flooded suction applications some of the. information will need to be tailored to the specific application Never exceed the maximum. permissible operating pressure of the pump as shown on the pump performance curve. FOUNDATION BASE PLATE SKID, If using a concrete foundation it should be rigid enough to inhibit vibration Pour the. foundation well in advance of installation of pump equipment to allow time for drying and. If the pump is to be mounted on a steel frame or similar structure it should be set directly over. the supporting beams These beams and the structure must be rigid enough to prevent. distortion and potential misalignment due to movement within the structure or base. The location of this structure should be as close as possible to the pumpage source Provide. adequate space for operation maintenance and inspection of the pump and equipment. The concrete foundation should be provided with anchor bolts for attachment to the base plate. If required provide adequate drainage to keep pump and motor dry and clean Also provide. either leveling nuts or leveling wedges for mounting the base plate to the foundation. When mounting the base plate to the foundation use the leveling nuts or wedges to provide a. level flat base plate Use a machinist s level on the mounting pads and make adjustments as. necessary as the anchor bolts are tightened This will provide the true alignment between the. pump and motor, If this base plate is to be grouted ensure that you have the mounting surface flat and level for. correct alignment of pump and motor Build a dam around the base plate perimeter that is to be. watertight Use standard grouting practice and be sure to protect cover the leveling wedges. with caulk or plastic tape if they are to be removed later After the grout has thoroughly. hardened remove forms If the wedges are removed fill holes with grout Seal grout by. covering with a quality paint or sealer,TRAILER MOUNTED UNITS.
See OPERATION section,INSTALLING PUMP, Ensure that all foreign material has been removed from the pump before mounting Be sure to. remove all shipping protection prior to operation, NOTE Many of the bare pumps are shipped with protective guards and coatings. SUCTION PIPING, For best performance the suction piping should be at least as large as the pump flange never. smaller Use an eccentric reducer at the suction flange with the straight side up The use of. flow retarding fittings is to be avoided and if necessary should never be placed closer to the. pump suction than four 4 times the pipe diameter The pump should be at the highest point of. the piping Slope the piping up to the pump to prevent air pockets and avoid changing pipe. size with the exception of the eccentric reducer mentioned above All suction piping and. fittings are to be checked for any foreign material rocks bolts wire etc and also any sharp. burrs that could disrupt the flow, The suction and discharge pipe hose material should be compatible with the liquid being. If hose is used on the suction line it should be of the reinforced type to prevent collapse under. suction lift, If a manual shut off valve is installed in the discharge line it must not be left closed during.
operation a closed manual shut off valve will cause overheating and possible explosive rupture. of the pump casing Personnel could be severely injured. DISCHARGE PIPING, Use a concentric taper on the discharge side to increase discharge pipe diameters All valving. and additional fittings should be the same size as the discharge main line The discharge size. should be adequate to maintain reasonable velocities and reduce friction losses It is strongly. recommended that a pressure relief valve is installed on the discharge piping. SUCTION DISCHARGE PIPE FLANGES, All piping is to be supported braced and lined up square before connection to the pump. flanges A flexible fitting is recommended on both suction and discharge to eliminate. misalignment loads or stresses being transmitted to the pump. NOTE Flexible pipe couplings must be restrained so as not to transmit any strain to the pump. flanges when expanding or contracting under pressure Unrestrained expansion fittings can. transmit enormous forces to the pump flanges, Make provisions for the installation of a suction screen or strainer to prevent any debris from. clogging the impeller The open area of the strainer should be equal to at least four 4 times. the area of the pipe The screen should be rigid enough to prevent collapse when flow is. reduced due to clogging,SUMP DESIGN, The submergence of the suction pipe into the liquid should be at least four 4 to five 5 times. the pipe diameter If this is not possible then provide a baffle or a floating board This is to. prevent any vortex action allowing air into the pipe For best performance a bell mouth fitting. is recommended Recommended pipe submergences for various flows as well as recommended. bell diameters are shown in the table below whose data was taken from ANSI HI 9 8 1998. FLOW GPM 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 4500. SUBMERGENCE WITH BELL FT, Bell Diameter in 6 1 8 6 10 6 12 2 13 6 14 9 16 1 17 2 18 3.
Submergence FT 2 1 2 6 3 0 3 3 3 5 3 7 3 9 4 1 4 3. SUBMERGENCE WITHOUT BELL FT,PIPE ID in No Bell SUBMERGENCE WITHOUT BELL FT. 6 2 1 3 7 5 3,8 1 7 2 8 3 8 4 9 6 0,10 1 6 2 3 3 1 3 8 4 6 5 4 6 1 6 9 7 6. Any lifting equipment is to be rated for at least five 5 times the weight of the item being. lifted Use only established methods when lifting or moving any heavy components. ALIGNMENT OF PUMP AND MOTOR, Precise alignment is mandatory to achieve correct performance of the system Every time a. component is moved this alignment will have to be checked The alignment can be checked. with a straight edge and an outside caliper taper thickness gauge dial indicators or for best. results use a laser alignment tool Use the straight edge across the outside diameters of the. coupling to ensure that the two halves are concentric and parallel The outside calipers or the. taper thickness gauge is to correct for any angular misalignment and to verify the correct gap. between the coupling flanges Use a laser alignment tool or dial indicators to adjust for. concentric and angular displacement With dial indicators rotate shafts together and take. readings every ninety 90 degrees Make adjustments by placing shims under the driver and. be sure that the mounting bolts are properly tightened while taking readings and after final. adjustment then install coupling guard, Before the pump is started correct rotation must be confirmed If the rotation is not correct then. follow the direction given by the driver manufacturer. Review all safety information in the safety information section before operating the pump. PRE START CHECK LIST, 1 Verify that rotation is correct and that the shaft rotates freely.
2 Check all piping connections for tightness, 3 Inspect all accessories and make sure they are appropriate for your installation. This manual provides installation operation and maintenance instructions for your Pioneer Self Prime Pump and is intended to make your personnel aware of any procedure that requires special attention because of potential hazards to personnel or equipment

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