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CONTENTS BINDER
INSTRUCTION MANUAL RO

LOOSE SUPPLY (OPTIONS)

GENERAL DISCRIPTION OF THE


EQUPMENT

CLEANING EQUIPMENT

SEA WATER SUPPLY PUMP

TECHNICAL DATA
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P&ID
Partlist P&ID
Operational parameters and settings
Declaration of Conformity

10 SANDFILTER
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Installation drawing
Installation and operating Manual

INSTALLATION
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Installation drawing
Manufacturers instructions

Installation drawing RO
Installation drawing system
Installation instructions

11 REHARDENING FILTER
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Installation drawing
Installation and operating Manual

ELECTRICAL DRAWINGS
12 SAFETY DATA SHEETS

OPERATING
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MAINTENANCE
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Operating manual
Trouble shooting guide

Maintenance schedule
Maintenance instructions
Log sheet
List of Consumables

MANUFACTURERS INSTRUCTIONS
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High pressure pump

CONTENTS CD
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Instruction manual, RO
Instructions, Loose supply
Manufacturers datasheets

13 OTHERS
14 TEST REPORT

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General description of
the RO process
Seawater desalination with
Reverse Osmosis

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CONTENTS
1

DESCRIPTION OF THE PROCESS ..................................................................................................................... 1


1.1

REVERSE OSMOSIS .................................................................................................................................... 1

1.2

FUNCTION ................................................................................................................................................ 2

MEMBRANE FOULING ................................................................................................................................... 3


2.1

SCALING ................................................................................................................................................... 3

2.2

METAL OXIDES .......................................................................................................................................... 3

2.3

PARTICULATE FOULING ............................................................................................................................. 4

2.4

COLLOIDAL FOULINGS ............................................................................................................................... 4

2.5

BIOLOGICAL FOULINGS ............................................................................................................................. 4

2.6

HYDROLYSE BY CHLORINE ......................................................................................................................... 4

CLEANING ..................................................................................................................................................... 5
3.1

CLEANING AGENTS ................................................................................................................................... 5

3.2

CLEANING ORDER ..................................................................................................................................... 5

3.3

STERILIZATION .......................................................................................................................................... 5

3.4

CLEANING AND STERILIZATION PROCEDURES ........................................................................................... 5

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1 DESCRIPTION OF THE PROCESS


1.1 REVERSE OSMOSIS
RO is the abbreviation for reverse osmosis. The word Osmosis has its origin in the greek
language, osmos = pressure, thrust. Osmos is the capability of liquids and liquid soluble
substances to permeate a membrane. Osmosis takes place when two solutions of
different concentrations are on either side of a membrane. The highest concentrated
solution will always attract water from the weaker until the same concentration is
attained on both sides of the membrane. This occurs under the condition that the water,
and not the dissolved substance, can pass through the membrane. The membrane is
permeable for one substance but not the other i.e. semi permeable or partially
penetrable. Its used to separate different substances.
RO involves utilizing osmosis with the help of technology. By raising the pressure of the
contaminated liquid, the water is forced through a synthetic, semi permeable
membrane, which separates the smallest particles, molecules and ions, and only allows
clean water to pass.
PRESSURE

OSMOTIC
PRESSURE

FRESH WATER
SALT WATER
MEMBRANE

Figure 1. Osmosis

Figure 2. Osmotic equilibrium

Figure 3. Reverse Osmosis

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The membrane is fitted in a pressurized vessel. This construction is referred to as an


RO-module or just module.
MEMBRANE ELEMENT

SEPARATOR

COLLECTION CHANNEL FOR


TREATED WATER
INPUT WATER, THAT TURNS TO
CONCENTRATE

CLEAN WATER
Figure 4. Spiral wounded module

1.2 FUNCTION
Before the water is desalinated in the membrane, the water must be free from chlorine,
iron, aluminum, silicic acid, particles, organic and biological contaminants, etc.
Its common that the feed water is pretreated before it passes through the system.
Pretreatment is intended to reduce particles and contaminants that would otherwise
damage the membrane, block piping or damage the high pressure pump.
The water filter requires a certain pressure to be able to clean the water. To achieve the
necessary pressure, a feed water pump raises the pressure of the feed water before it
reaches the filter.
Thereafter, the water flows through a second filter to remove smaller particles, and then
through a high pressure pump. The pump increases pressure of feed water until it
exceeds the osmotic pressure, before the water is desalinated in the membrane.
Its important for the high pressure pump, that water keeps required working pressure
when passing, lower pressure can result in pump failure. A pressure control valve is
installed before the pump. It automatically stops the flow of water if the pressure is too
low.
After the water has passed the RO-module, two flows are produced. One is desalinated
water and the other is salt concentrate (brine). The brine is immediately discharged.
The treated water (product water) from the RO-module passes through a conductivity
cell that measures the conductivity in the product water. If the conductivity is too high,
the water is automatically discharged through a 3-way magnetic valve.

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2 MEMBRANE FOULING
Membran-fouling is a complex phenomenon which involves trapping material in the fibre
bundle or on the surface of the membrane inside the RO-module. When a RO-module
fouls, the salt concentration of the product water usually increases. The conductivity
meter shows higher conductivity. When it has reached an unacceptable level is it time
for chemical treatment.
The following foulings are the most common:
- Scaling
- Metal oxides
- Particulate matter
- Colloids
- Biological matter
- Hydrolyse by chlorine

2.1 SCALING
Scaling is caused by deposits of minerals. A high concentration of minerals as CaCO3
and CaSO4 precipitate in the RO-module.
2.2 METAL OXIDES
Fouling with metal oxides is caused by the formation of the oxide and/or the hydroxide of
iron, manganese or aluminium, but iron is the most common reason.
Iron fouling can be avoided by selecting the best non corrosive material on the
feedwater side of the unit.
Fouling by metal oxides is identified by rapid conductivity increasing (within 24 hours) to
a level of full scale on the meter.

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2.3 PARTICULATE FOULING


the mechanical filtration of particulate matters which are
Particulate plugging is caused by big particles (larger than 20 micron) stucked between
the walls of the membrane. To avoid particulate plugging, be sure that right micro
cartridge is used and is properly installed.
2.4 COLLOIDAL FOULINGS
Colloidal fouling is caused by coagulation of colloids at the membrane surface. Colloids
are very small particles usually ranging from 0,3 to 1,0 micron in size. To avoid colloidal
fouling do not operate the unit in harbours and water which is polluted. If the unit is
intended to be operated in such water, an extended pre-treatment section is required.
2.5 BIOLOGICAL FOULINGS
Biological fouling occurs when feed water contains sufficient nutrients, to sustain rapid
growth of organisms inside the RO-module. This growth leads to deposition of slimes.
To avoid biological fouling, do not operate the unit in water which is strongly
contaminated with bacteria. Such as harbour water etc.
2.6 HYDROLYSE BY CHLORINE
If the unit is operated with water containing chlorine, water needs a pre-treatment. Use a
carbon filter or a dosage of chemicals to reduce chlorine contents, see membrane
manufacturers data sheet.
Chlorine, even in very week concentration will cause damage to membranes.
Flush water from storage, can sometimes contain chlorine e.g. when the water tanks
have been filled up with water which contains chlorine. It is of highest importance that
the carbon cartridge is properly installed in the filter house for flush water and has not
been replaced by a normal cartridge filter.
Normal seawater does not contain any chlorine.

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3 CLEANING
3.1 CLEANING AGENTS
There are three different agents used for cleaning:
1. MT 10 P3-ultrasil 10 pH 12,5
Useful in removing inorganic scale (e.g. calcium carbonate, calcium sulfate, barium
sulfate, strontium sulfate) and metal oxides/hydroxides (e.g. iron, manganese, nickel,
copper, zinc), and inorganic-based colloidal material.
2. MT 20 Sulfamic Acid pH 1,2
Useful for removing calcium sulfate scale and to moderate levels of organic foulants of
natural origin.
3. MT 5 Biosperse 250 microbiocide
Useful in the removal of organic foulants of natural origin and biological material (fungi,
mold, slimes and biofilm).
3.2 CLEANING ORDER
When performing a cleaning, both low pH and high pH agents are used. The agents are
used in the following order:
1. MT 10 P3-ultrasil 10
2. MT 20 Sulfamic Acid

pH 12,5
pH 1,2

3.3 STERILIZATION
When performing a sterilization, microbiocide is used, but high pH agent is used as pretreatment. The agents are used in the following order:
1. MT 10 P3-ultrasil 10 pH 12,5
2. MT 5 Biosperse 250 microbiocide
3.4 CLEANING AND STERILIZATION PROCEDURES
Cleaning and sterilization of the unit is done with the following procedures:

Water is produced to the cleaning tank (dont use chlorinated fresh water).
Chemical agent is mixed in the cleaning tank.
The solution is circulated in the system.
Circulation is stopped, and the solution is soaked in.
The solution is circulated.
The solution in the container is discharged.
Feed water is connected and the system is started.

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PART LIST P&ID MT 10-35T SRH


ITEM NO.

TYPE

Conductivity sensor
3-way valve
3-way valve
3-way valve
Check valve
Check valve
Filter housing
Filter cartridge
Filter housing
Filter cartridge
Flow rate indicator
High pressure pump
High pressure pump
Pulsation damper
PD 2010
Ball valve
HV 2010
Ball valve
HV 2020
PCV 2050 Pressure control valve
Pressure gauge
PI 2010
Pressure gauge
PI 2011
Pressure gauge
PI 2012
Pressure gauge
PI 2050
PLCO 2010 Pressure cut off
PSV 2010 Pressure relief valve
PSV 2050 Pressure relief valve
PSV 2060 Pressure relief valve
Membrane element
RO 2030
QT
CCV 2050
CCV 2060
CCV 2055
CV 2010
CV 2020
F 2010
F 2010
F 2020
F 2020
FI 2060
HPP 2010

DESCRIPTION
2EL5
PA-160
PA-160
PA-160
PA-409
6062
Big blue 20"
BB 20 CP5
Big blue 10"
Act.Carbon CEP-10
HV 4FC
CAT 1051
CAT 2531
35210
546
222200
8F-V12LN-SS
RChg
RChg
RChg
RChg
PS41-20-4MGS-C-HC-E
SS R4M8F8
8M-C8L-50BN-SS
8M-C8L-50-B
SEA 5-4040

DIM./CAPACITY

MATERIAL

K=1,0 Pt 100
1/2"
1/2"
1"
1"
1/4"
3/4"

PVDF
SS
SS
SS
SS
PP

3/4"

PP

1,8m3

0,35 lit. 1/2"


d32mm
1/4"
0-6 bars, 1/4"
0-6 bars, 1/4"
0-100 bars 1/4"
0-100 bars 1/4"
0,3-2 bars 1/8"
1/2"
1/2"

ABS
SS
AISI 316
AISI 316
AISI 316
AISI 316
AISI 316
SS
SS
brass

SUPPLIER
Jumo
PA ventil
PA ventil
PA ventil
PA ventil
OEM
Fileder
Fileder
Fileder
Fileder
Kytl
CAT Pump
CAT Pump
CAT Pump
GF
BICT
parker
ARMATURENBAU
ARMATURENBAU
ARMATURENBAU
ARMATURENBAU
GEMS
Swagelok
parker
parker
Oltremare

PART NO.
13560
16649
16649
13361
13401
13416
10291
10256
10284
10305
13536
13054
13111
13048
16198
13409
13411
13518
13514
13504
13504
13562
14500
13427
13428
17589

NOTE

MT 10-20T SRH
MT 25-35T SRH

Spring 177-13K-R4-C

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1/4" 24V
24V DC
24V DC

Plasticon
Brkert
Brkert
Brkert

12997
13451
16402
16401

MT 25T SRH 50 Hz
Electrical motor
V-belt
Vibration damper
Drive pulleys
Drive pulleys
Drive bushes
Drive bushes

7,5kW/1420/15.3A/IP55
SPA 1180
C 75-36B
SPA 3-250
SPA 3-100
2517-30
1610-38

ABB
Teknikprodukter
Teknikprodukter
Teknikprodukter
Teknikprodukter
Teknikprodukter
Teknikprodukter

13115
13290
13226
13301
13282
13271
13264

MT 25-35T SRH 60 Hz
Electrical motor
V-belt
Vibration damper
Drive pulleys
Drive pulleys
Drive bushes
Drive bushes

8,6kW/1750/15,1A/IP55
SPA 1180
C 75-36B
3 SPA 250
3 SPA 90
2517-30
1610-38

ABB
Teknikprodukter
Teknikprodukter
Teknikprodukter
Teknikprodukter
Teknikprodukter
Teknikprodukter

13115
13290
13226
13301
13306
13271
13264

MT 35, 50 Hz
Electrical motor
V-belt
Vibration damper
Drive pulleys, pump
Drive pulleys, motor
Drive bushes, pump
Drive bushes, motor

11kw/1450rpm/22A
SPA 1120
C 75-36B
3 SPA 200
3 SPA 112
2517-30
1610-38

ABB
Teknikprodukter
Teknikprodukter
Teknikprodukter
Teknikprodukter
Teknikprodukter
Teknikprodukter

13121
13285
13226
13297
13288
13271
13264

RO 2030
FV 2020
FV 2060
FV 2061

Pressure vessel
Solenoid valve
Solenoid valve
Solenoid valve

MT 10-20T SRH 50 HZ

2 x704040
6013A-3-MS
5282A-13 NO
5282A-13 NC

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V-belt
Vibration damper
Drive pulleys
Drive pulleys
Drive bushes
Drive bushes
MT 10-20T SRH 60 HZ
Electrical motor
V-belt
Vibration damper
Drive pulleys
Drive pulleys
Drive bushes
Drive bushes

5,5kW/1420/12,8A/IP55
2 x SPA 1150
4 x C 75-36B
SPA 2-224
SPA 2-112
2517-30
1610-38

ABB
Teknikprodukter
Teknikprodukter
Teknikprodukter
Teknikprodukter
Teknikprodukter
Teknikprodukter

13062
13289
13226
13294
13287
13271
13264

6,4kW/1750/12A/IP55
2 x SPA 1180
4 x C 75-36B
SPA 2-250
SPA 2-112
2517-30
1610-38

ABB
Teknikprodukter
Teknikprodukter
Teknikprodukter
Teknikprodukter
Teknikprodukter
Teknikprodukter

13062
13290
13226
13300
13287
13271
13264

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OPERATIONAL SETTINGS AND PARAMETERS MT 10-35T SRH


1 OPERATIONAL CONDITIONS
Feed water temperature
Feed water (after filter)
Flush water
Product water, back-pressure
Working pressure
Salt content in feed water

Min.
0C (32F)
0.5 bar
2.0 bar
40 bar

Max.
45C (113F)
4.0 bar
4.0 bar
2.5 bar
70 bar
42,000 mg/l
(4.2%, approx. 60,000 S/cm).

2 OPERATIONAL PARAMETERS
2.1 FLOW AND PRESSURE
The Reverse osmosis unit is designed for:
Feed water temperature

25C

Feedwater TDS

35,000ppm

Product TDS

max 500ppm

MT 10T SRH

1
2
3
4

MT 15T SRH

MT 20T SRH

MT 25T SRH

MT 35T SRH

flow pressure flow pressure flow pressure flow pressure flow pressure
P&ID
m/h (bar)
m/h (bar)
m/h (bar)
m/h (bar)
m/h (bar)
1,7
1,9
2
3
3,3
- PI-2011
1,7
57,8
1,9
60
2
63,6
3
60,5
3,3
68,9 PI-2012
1,3
57,4
1,4
59,2
1,3
62,6
1,9
57,9
2
65 PI-2050
0,4
0
0,6
0
0,8
0
1
0
1,3
0 FI-2060

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2.2 PRODUCT CAPACITY


The RO-unit has a specific design flow. When feed water conditions changes, pressure must
be adjusted to maintain design flow.
The capacity depends on:
1. Feed water temperature
2. Feed water salt content
If salt content increases or decreases adjust pressure to obtain design flow
If temperature increases or decreases adjust pressure to obtain design flow

NOTE!
The maximum working pressure is 70bars. If surrounding conditions requires
higher pressure than 70bars, the product flow must be adjusted instead.
When the product flow decreases without changes in temperature or salt content
in feed water, the membranes may require cleaning.
The red values show the capacity at which it decreases by about 15%. It can then be time for
chemical cleaning. See maintenance instructions.

Temp. 25C (77F)

Temp. 15C (59F)

Temp. 5C (41F)

System Max. flow Normal flow Low flow Normal flow Low flow Normal flow Low flow
MT 10 T

375

375

320

375

320

330

280

MT 15 T

560

560

475

560

475

475

404

MT 20 T

750

750

640

750

640

625

530

MT 25 T

1040

1040

885

1040

885

960

815

MT 35 T

1450

1450

1230

1450

1230

1250

1060

The table is based on a salt content of 30,000 mg/l (3.0%, 45,000 S/cm) in the feed water.
The flow is shown in liters/hour.

EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY FOR


MACHINERY
Original

Directive 2006/42/EC, Annex II 1A

Manufacturer (and where appropriate his authorised representative):


Company:

Enwa Production AB

Address:

Backa Strandgata 8, 422 46 Hisings Backa

Representative:
Address:
Hereby declares that:
Type of machinery:

MT 25T

No. of machinery:

9000010066

Complies with the requirements of Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC.


Complies also with applicable requirements of the following EC directives:
2004/108/EC, EMC (electromagnetic compatibility), 2006/95/EC, LVD (low voltage directive), 97/23/EC, PED
(pressure equipment directive)
Where appropriate, notified body (EC type-examination/full quality assurance system)

The following harmonized standards have been applied:


EN ISO 12 100:2010(Safety of machinery - Basic concepts, general principles for design -- Risk assessment and
risk reduction), EN 60 204-1 (Safety of machinery - Electrical equipment of machines), EN 13 857 (Safety of
machinery - Safety distances)
EN 349 (Safety of machinery - Minimum gaps), EN 50 081-1, EN 50 081-2 (electromagnetic compability emission), EN 50 082-1, EN 50 082-2 (electromagnetic compability -immunity)
The following other standards and specifications have been applied:

Authorized to compile the technical file:


Name:

Daniel Madsen

Address:

Backa Strandgata 8, 422 46 Hisings Backa

Signature:
Place and date:

Hisings Backa 2013-06-07

Signature:

Name:

Bengt Hillemyr

Position:

VD

[ENWA Production AB]


CEDOC 3.1.0 ( Cedoc AB, 2009)

9000010066 CE mrkning 25T SRH STANDARD eng.ced

Sida 1

2264

Access for service min. 1200 mm

1050

607

Access for service min. 1200 mm

231

872

Flush water 1/2" BSP


female
Brine 1/2" BSP
female
Product waste 1/2" BSP
female

231

Product tank 1/2" BSP


female
96

47

Feed water 1" BSP


female

Cleaning hose inlet n25

118

595
927

Piping information

1010

Assembly n10 (4x)

20

20

40

A ( 1:10 )

B-B ( 1:10 )

555

Copyright 2005 ENWA AB

100 120 85 85 85

Flush water DN 15 (1/2")


Brine DN 15 (1/2")
Product waste DN 15 (1/2")
Product tank DN 15 (1/2")
Feed water DN 25 (1")

Designed by

Checked by

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Date Scale

PW

ENWA
A Dimensions added
Rev

Comments

090625
Date

BO
Auth. Appr.

WATER TREATMENT

Date

Mass

2008-04-22

N/A

Installation RO-unit MT 25-35T SRH


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Installation directions
For the units:

MT 10T SRH
MT 15T SRH
MT 20T SRH
MT 25T SRH
MT 35T SRH

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Keep this operating instruction in a safe and accessible location close to the
system. Read these instructions in their entirety before starting the system.
Installation of the system, as well as all work that affects it, must be carried out
in accordance with the applicable regulations for electrical equipment and
personal safety.

ADDRESS TO THE NEAREST SERVICE CENTER


For service and after sale, contact:
ENWA AB
tel.: +46 (0)31 742 92 50
e-mail: service@enwa.se
ENWA AS
tel.: +47 52 76 16 50
e-mail: service@enwa.com
In case of operational failure or disturbances, turn off the system and call for
authorized service. Insist that only original spare parts are used. Attempt to correct
problems without following the recommendations in the service and maintenance
instructions can endanger the systems future operational reliability. Always specify
product ID numbers when contacting a service centre.

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CONTENTS
1

GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

INTENDED APPLICATION AREAS

TRANSPORT AND HANDLING

UNPACKING

PLACEMENT

INSTALLATION

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1 GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

Under no circumstances may the equipment be under power


or pressure when work is performed. Work on the equipment,
even that which is seemingly insignificant, may only be
performed by qualified personnel.
Compliance with all applicable electrical regulations are of
greatest importance, both in regards to personal safety and
the equipments operational reliability
Faults that may occur because of failure to comply with the
specified recommendations can entail that the manufacturer
and agents guarantee commitments no longer apply.
This equipment is not intended for placement outdoors.
The equipment shall be served and maintained by authorized service staff or
especially qualified and trained personnel. All work on or modifications to the
equipment shall be approved by the manufacturer or dealer for their liabilities and
guarantees to apply
Tampering with the systems safety equipment can result in non-compliance with
applicable European safety directives.

2 INTENDED APPLICATION AREAS


ENWAs desalination systems are designed and manufactured to purify water in
normal industrial and household applications. The system may not be used where
there is an obvious risk for fire, for example, adjoining storage of flammable liquids,
gasses or other substances. In applications where after treatment, the water is be
stored in some form of storage tank, suitable equipment shall be installed to ensure
water quality. Consult your dealer in such cases. The equipment may only be used in
applications for which it is originally designed, and in accordance with these
instructions. All other use is inappropriate, and in such cases, the manufacturer and
dealer decline all liability relating to damages and any returns/complaints.

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3 TRANSPORT AND HANDLING


The equipment may only be lifted and transported in accordance with the following
instructions.
Whenever possible, transport the equipment in the supplied packaging.

4 UNPACKING
DISPOSE OF ALL PACKAGING MATERIAL IN AN ENVIRONMENTALLY CORRECT MANNER.

After unpacking, check that the equipment is intact and that there is no visible
damage.
If in doubt, do not use the equipment before contacting the manufacturer or you
dealer for advice. All packaging materials (plastic sheeting and bags, nails, screws,
wood, metal straps, etc.) shall be considered as hazardous waste, especially in
regards to children, and shall be sorted and disposed of in accordance with
applicable environmental directives.

5 PLACEMENT
Proper placement of the equipment can extend its service life. The room must be
spacious, dry and well ventilated.
The desalination unit must be bolted horizontally.
The desalination unit must be bolted horizontally where the location chosen
should:
-

The ambient temperature may never exceed 45C (113F).

The temperature of incoming water must be between +5C (41F) and +45C
(113F).

There must be sufficient space for operation and maintenance.

Ensure that unanticipated leaks cannot cause damage.

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6 INSTALLATION
6.1 FEED WATER
Install pump under the waterline, with pump shaft horisontal
and outlet facing upwards, this is done to avoid air
accumulation in pump. Connect inlet or inlet section to a
cleanable coarse filter.

Figure 1. Feedwaterpump

CAUTION!
Pipes and fittings must be made of corrosion resistant materials
Ground feed water pump separately to avoid corrosion.
Feedwater system must not consist of galvanized steel, carbon steel or copper.
When using feedwater with constant pressure (without
feedwater pump), an automatic feedwater valve must be
installed and connected to the electrical cabinet according
to the wiring diagram.
6.2 PRODUCT
Product water from RO-unit is led to fresh water tank.
6.3 DISCHARGED BRINE AND PRODUCT WATER
Connect product water and brine discharge outlet so that
neither seawater nor contaminated water can flow
backwards when the system is stopped. The water must be
released above the waterline. When the system is stopped,
air flows backwards into the RO-module to prevent
vacuums from being created in the system.

CAUTION!
If a valve has been installed to product-, waste- or brine pipe, it must be open
during operation. If unit is operates towards a closed valve, water pressure
raises until connections finally break.

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6.4 FLUSH WATER


Connect a line from the freshwater pressure system (cold
water) to the flush water valve upstream from the flush
water filter.
6.5 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
Connect the electrical components as shown on the wiring
diagram.

NOTE!
Install a ground fault breaker for the systems electrical circuitry.

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Operating Manual
Manual for systems:

MT 10T SRH
MT 15T SRH
MT 20T SRH
MT 25T SRH
MT 35T SRH

730284-C
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Keep this operating instruction in a safe and accessible location close to the system.
Read these instructions in their entirety before starting the system. Installation of the
system, as well as all work that affects it, must be carried out in accordance with the
applicable regulations for electrical equipment and personal safety.

ADDRESS OF NEAREST SERVICE CENTER


For service and after sale contact:
ENWA AB
Phone: +46 (0)31 742 92 50
e-mail: service@enwa.se
ENWA AS
Phone: +47 52 76 16 50
e-mail: service@enwa.com
In case of operational failure or disturbances, turn off the system and call for authorized
service. Insist that only original spare parts are used. Attempt to correct problems without
following the recommendations in the service and maintenance instructions can endanger the
systems future operational reliability. Always specify product ID numbers when contacting a
service centre.

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CONTENTS
1

CONTROL UNIT

INITIAL START

START

STOP

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1 CONTROL UNIT

Figure 1. Control Unit

1.1
-

SYSTEM ON
The feed water pump starts / the feed water valve opens.
The system is in standby position, flush and dump valve is working.

- When the RO stop producing water, It gets a flush and after than in set intervals.
1.2

SYSTEM OFF
- The system is turned off.
- The system will flush when the switch is turned to OFF.
- A flush takes about 10-15 minutes. Clean water runs through the system and is
discharged if the line from the freshwater pressure system is connected.
- The system will then flush automatically with intervals of set numbers of hours/days.

1.3

HP-PUMP AUTO
- When the system is in the AUTO position (and system ON), the high pressure-pump
starts. Possible dosing unit, stops and relays also starts.

1.4

HP-PUMP MAN
- The high pressure-pump starts without possible dosing unit, stops and relays.

1.5

SALINITY ON/OFF
- When the switch is set to ON (and HP-pump, AUTO) the product water will be discharged
if the salt content exceeds set value. If not, it will be led to the storage tank. If the salt
content exceeds the limit for more than 15 minutes, the unit stops.
- When the switch is set to OFF the salt content can be read on the display but the water
will be discharged even if the salt content is accepted

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1.6

LOW PRESSURE SWITCH


- If the feed water pressure falls below set value (see technical data), the low pressure
control valve (PS- 2010) will stop the system if it is operating in automatic mode.

1.7

LEVEL SWITCH
- When the system is equipped with a level switch connected according to wiring diagram,
the system starts automatically when the level has reached set low level.
- It will continue to produce clean water until the storage tank is full.
- The system will not start if the fresh water tank is full while performing an initial start or a
cleaning. Empty the tank or wait until the level is low.
- While performing a cleaning the HP-pump can be run in manual position to produce water
to the cleaning tank.

NOTE!
The switch system, must be set to ON and the HP-pump to AUTO to make the
level switch work.
1.8 ALARM
The red light on the control cabinet indicates alarm when following situations occurs:
- The safety disconnection breaker releases, the system stops automatically.
- The feed water pressure is too low, the system stops automatically.
- The conductivity level is too high, the water is discharged.
- The conductivity meter is broken, the water is discharged.
- Low level in chemical tank for dosage pump (option), system stops automatically.

NOTE!
Reset the Alarm by stopping and starting the unit, press: OFF ON .
1.9

MAN BACKWASH
- If the control cabinet is equipped with the switch MANUAL BACKWASH, it is used for
starting a backwash of the sandfilter.
- The Ro-unit will stop during the time of the backwash and will not produce any water.

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1.10 TIMER SETTINGS


Timer settings can be changed in the control unit, located in front of the electrical cabinet (figure
2)
1. press OK
2. Press arrow down until PARAMETER flashes.
3. Press OK. PARAMETER T1 will flash.
4. Press arrow up or down until the time
parameter to be changed is displayed.
figure 2. control unit

NUMBER
T3
T4
T5
T6
T8
T13

UNIT NAME
RO, flush time
Sand filter, back wash frequency
Sand filter, back wash time
Sand filter, rinse time
RO, flush frequency
Low feed water pressure, delay time

DEFAULT SETTING
15min
24h
10min
5min
96h
2s

5. Press OK to confirm the choice.


6. Press OK to enter change mode.
7. Press arrow left or right to reach the edit space.
8. Press arrow up or down to change the time.
9. When the time is changed, press OK.
10. Press ESC until normal operation window is displayed (see figure 2).

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2 INITIAL START
Follow these instructions the first time the desalination system is used, or after an extended
period of non-operation.

CAUTION!
If the unit is combined with water filters, dosage units etc, perform necessary
preparations on the filters according to their user manuals.
1. Check the oil level in the high-pressure pump
(figure 3).
2. Check that the filter cartridges are installed
and clean.

3. Check that the following valves are open:


figure 3. Correct oil level

- Feed water valve HV-2010.


(figure 4)

figure 4. HV-2010 open

- Manual flush water valve (HV-2020).(figure 5)

figure 5. HV-2020 open

- Pressure control valve PCV-2050 shall be


turned fully counter clockwise.(figure 6)

figure 6. PCV-2050 open

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4. Secure that valves before and after


the RO- unit are open (if fitted).
- The bottom valve for the feed water inlet (if
fitted)
- Brine outlet (if fitted)
- Product to discharge (if fitted)

figure 7. CCV-2055

- Tank valve (if fitted)


5. Open valve from feed water
CCV-2055. (figure 7)
6. Start the feed water pump (FP-1010)
SYSTEM ON. (figure 8)

figure 8. start of feed water pump. salinity off.

7. Turn off the conductivity meter


SALINITY OFF. (figure 8)
figure 9. start high pressure pump

8. Turn on the high pressure pump (HPP-2010)


HP PUMP AUTO. (figure 9)
9. Wait until the system is filled with water and
has stabilized.
10. Adjust the working pressure as recommended
in OPERATIONAL PARAMETERS.
Slowly turn the dial on the pressure control
valve gradually PCV-2050 clockwise (figure
10).
11. Let the system run like this for at least 15
minutes (product water to discharge). This is
done to flush the system from chemicals, etc.
At the same time, check that no leaks occur.

12. Turn on the conductivity meter


SALINITY ON. (figure 11)

figure 10. adjusting the working pressure

figure 11. Salinity on.

NOTE!
To stop the system, refer to the instructions under STOP.
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3 START
CAUTION!
If the system has been turned off for more than 96 hours, the system must be
flushed for at least 15 minutes by discharging the produced product water.
Turn off the conductivity meter. In this position, the product water is always
automatically discharged.
After the system has been started the first time as described in section 2, the system can be
started as follows:
1. Check that the flush water valve HV-2020 is
open.(figure 12)

figure 12. HV-2020 open.

2. Open the feed water valve HV-2010.


(figure 13)

figure 13. HV-2010 open

3. Open the feed water valve CCV-2055 from


feed water pump. (figure 14)

figure 14. CCV-2055 from feedwater

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4. Start the feed water pump.


SYSTEM ON. (figure 15)
5. Turn on the high pressure pump.
HP PUMP AUTO. (figure 15)
figure 15.Start of feedwater pump
Start of highpressurepump

6. Adjust the working pressure as recommended


in DIMENSIONS AND TECHNICAL DATA.
Slowly turn the dial on the pressure control
valve PCV-2050 clockwise.(figure 16)

figure 16. adjusting the working pressure

4 STOP
Turn off system as follows:
1. HP-PUMP OFF. figure 17)
2. SYSTEM OFF. (figure 17)

figure 17. feedwater pump off


highpressurepump off

SYSTEM SHUTDOWN FOR EXTENDED PERIODS

CAUTION!
If the system will be off for an extended period (more than 3 weeks), or when
the systems automatic flush system is not in operation, it must be treated to
prevent the growth of bacteria. Follow the instructions according to LONGTERM PRESERVATION MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS.

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Checkedby:
Approvedby:

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MT1035T,50TSRH

TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE MT 10-35, 50T SRH


FAULT
Feedwater
pressure
Motor overload

Dosage pump

CAUSE

REASON

Feedwaterfilter clogged
Low feed water pressure
Coarse filter clogged
Overcooling current relay / motor
Engine uses too much power and is
overheated
protector cuts the current
Check manufacturers manual for
Check the display on the pump to see cause of the problem. (Low level in
what has caused the alarm
tank, Leakage, air in system, clogged
valves or defect membrane)

ALARM, system
stops

Membrane defect
change in seawater condition
High
g salinityy

Conductivity in produced water has


exceeded limit (is too high)
The conductivity sensor/cell may be
broken or defect

ALARM

Salinity switch off

Conductivity valves are not activated.


The produced water will be led to
waste

Salinity switch is turned off

High-pressure pump does not start


High-pressure pump starts but stops
after 1-30 minutes
The working pressure shows zero
even if the pressure control valve
(PCV-2050) is nearly closed.

Thermal fuse in engine could have


stopped the pump

Overload

Check function of valves in high


pressure pump .

Perform necessary actions according to


manufacturers manual.
Clean the system. If it doesn't help, change
membrane.
Check the seawater temperature and salt
content. Read the document "operational
parameters" for information.
Check that the conductivity is shown on
the display.
Check the conductivity with a manual
instrument.
Replace the sensor.
Turn on or replace sensor
Check powersupply and engine
according to the manufacturers
instructions on the attached CD.
Check that there is sufficient ventilation
around the electric motor.
Check the powersupply (generator)
Correct problems using manufacturers
on th
the attached
CD.
iinstructions
t ti
tt h d CD

Check
Ch
k for
f damaged
d
d seals
l around
d the
th
pistons in the high pressure pump.

The capacity has decreased by more


Membrane Fouling
than 10-15%.
The display indicates "Low feed water Temporary low pressure

REMEDY
Replace feedwater filter
Clean filter
Check for high working pressure
pressure, let
system cool and restart

Read the information in "Seawater


desalination with reverse osmosis"
Pressure increases

IFTHEPROBLEMREMAINS,CONTACTENWASSERVICEDEPARTMENT.

Clean the system


Normal in short periods

1/1

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Checkedby:
Approvedby:

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MT1035TSRH

MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
ACTIVITY

UNIT

Log of operating parameters

RO

Adjustment of parameters

RO

Change of filter cartridge


Change of filter cartridge

WHEN

INSTRUCTION

24 hours
24 hours (if necessary) or when feedwater
condition changes

730117 Log sheet

Feedwater filter, RO

when feedwater pressure is min 0,5 bars

730388 Maintenance Instructions

Flushwater filter, RO

approx. 3times/year

730388 Maintenance Instructions

RO

when capacity has decreased by more than


10-15%

RO

when salt content in product is too high


without changed feedwater quality

Membrane exchange

RO

When cleaning no longer improves the


capacity of the membranes

Membrane conservation

RO

Check of function
Check of function
Initial oil change
Oil change

Membrane cleaning

730392 Operational parameters

730388 Maintenance Instructions

730388 Maintenance Instructions

Safety valve, RO
pressure switch, RO
High pressure pump, RO
High pressure pump, RO

when the unit is not to be used for over 1


month
4000 hours
4000 hours
50 hours
300 hours

730388 Maintenance Instructions


730388 Maintenance Instructions
730388 Maintenance Instructions
730388 Maintenance Instructions

change of seal

High pressure pump, RO

1500 hours

Service manual CAT pump

change of valves
Initial check of belt tension
Check of belt tension

High pressure pump, RO


RO
RO

3000 hours
approx. 24 hours
every month

Service manual CAT pump


730388 Maintenance Instructions
730388 Maintenance Instructions

730388 Maintenance Instructions

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Maintenance
Instructions
Manual for systems:

MT 10T SRH
MT 15T SRH
MT 20T SRH
MT 25T SRH
MT 35T SRH

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1
Keep this operating instruction in a safe and accessible location close to the system.
Read these instructions in their whole before starting the system. Installation of the
system, as well as all work that affects it, must be carried out in accordance with the
applicable regulations for electrical equipment and personal safety.

ADDRESS OF NEAREST SERVICE CENTER


For service and after sale contact:
ENWA AB
Phone: +46 (0)31 742 92 50
e-mail: service@enwa.se
ENWA AS
Phone: +47 52 76 16 50
e-mail: service@enwa.com
In case of operational failure or disturbances, turn off the system and call for
authorized service. Insist that only original spare parts are used. Attempt to correct
problems without following the recommendations in the service and maintenance
instructions can endanger the systems future operational reliability. Always specify
product ID numbers when contacting a service centre.

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CONTENTS
1

SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ............................................................................................................................ 3

CLEANING AND STERILIZATION ............................................................................................................... 4

LONG-TERM PRESERVATION ................................................................................................................... 9

WINTER PRESERVATION ........................................................................................................................ 10

FEED WATER FILTER REPLACEMENT ...................................................................................................... 11

FLUSH WATER FILTER REPLACEMENT .................................................................................................... 11

LUBRICATION OF HIGH PRESSURE PUMP .............................................................................................. 12

CHECK OF SAFETY VALVE ....................................................................................................................... 12

LOW PRESSURE SWITCH ........................................................................................................................ 12

10

LOOSEN THE PRESSURE VESSELS ........................................................................................................... 13

11

EXCHANGE OF MEMBRANES ................................................................................................................. 14

12

CHECK OF BELT TENSION ....................................................................................................................... 16

13

DRIVE BELT REPLACEMENT.................................................................................................................... 16

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1 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

CHEMICALS CAUSE IRRITATION TO THE SKIN, EYES AND THROAT. AVOID


EXTENDED OR REPEATED CONTACT WITH ANY PART OF THE BODY.

MAY NOT BE INHALED! ENSURE GOOD VENTILATION!

IF THE SOLUTION COMES IN CONTACT WITH SKIN OR EYES, IMMEDIATELY


AND THOROUGHLY RINSE WITH WATER FOR AT LEAST 15 MINUTES. IF THE
SOLUTION GETS INTO THE EYES, SEEK MEDICAL CARE IMMEDIATELY
AFTER RINSING, AND IF POSSIBLE, CONTINUE RINSING EN ROUTE.

DISPOSE WASTE WATER FROM CLEANING AND PRESERVATION IN


ACCORDANCE WITH APPLICABLE ENVIRONMENTAL LAWS AND
DIRECTIVES.

READ THIS INSTRUCTION ON CHEMICAL CLEANING BEFORE USING THE


CHEMICALS.
When any of the chemicals are used, extreme caution must be observed.
When a chemical cleaning solution is prepared, the chemicals must be dissolved and
thoroughly mixed before the solution enters the RO-module.

CAUTION!
Chlorine will damage membranes even in very small amounts.
The freshwater used in chemical treatment may not contain chlorine. Normal tap water
must be dechlorinated with a carbon filter. The product water from the system can be
used immediately. Wear protective gloves and goggles.

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2 CLEANING AND STERILIZATION


Vacuum might arise in hoses while cleaning if the feedwater filter is full of particles. If
vacuum appears, stop the unit, replace the feedwater filter and continue cleaning. (see
FEED WATER FILTER REPLACEMENT section 5).
When the membranes are cleaned, particles from the membranes stick to the feed
water filter. Always replace the filter after cleaning. (instruction 5)
Cleaning, sterilization and preservation of the unit is done with the following procedures:
Water is produced to the cleaning tank.
Chemical agent is mixed in the cleaning tank.
The solution is circulated in the system.

Circulation is stopped, and the solution is soaked in.

The solution is circulated.


The solution in the container is disposed in accordance with applicable
environmental laws and local directives.
Feed water is connected and the system is started.
While cleaning, sterilizing, and preserving the unit, the cleaningtank must be connected
according tofigure 1.
figure 1. connecting the cleaningtank

from cleaningtank

to cleaningtank

2.1 CHEMICAL CLEANING WITH MT-10 AND MT-20


To ensure that the system is properly cleaned, two cleaning agents are used:
MT-10
MT-20
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Follow the instructions below:
1. Turn off the system.
HP PUMP OFF
SYSTEM OFF
2. Open the 3-way valve for cleaning tank CCV2060 (figure 2). Check that the cleaning tank is
connected.

figure 2. CCV-2050/60

3. Turn off the conductivity meter.


SALINITY OFF.(figure 3)
figure 3. salinity OFF

4. Start the system in the manual mode


SYSTEM ON
HP PUMP MAN
5. Produce water until the cleaning tank is almost
full.
6. Stop the system.
HP PUMP OFF
SYSTEM OFF

figure 4. flush water valve closed.

7. Mix 0.5 litres MT-10 solution in the cleaning tank.


- Mix.
8. Turn on the heater (if equipped) on the tank and
warm until 35-40C.
9. Turn off the manual flush water valve HV-2020.
(figure 4)

figure 5. CCV-2050 open to cleaning tank

10. Open the 3-way waste valve CCV-2050 in


position open to cleaning tank. (figure 5)
11. Open the valve CCV-2055 from cleaningtank.
(figure 6)
12. Fully open the pressure control valve PCV2050.(figure 7)

figure 6. CCV-2055 from cleaning tank

13. Do not start the feed water pump.

figure 7. PCV-2050 open

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14. Start the high pressure pump HPP-2010
HP PUMP MAN. (figure 8)

CAUTION!
If the temperature of the solution
exceeds 40 C (104F), the pump
must be stopped so that the
solution can cool. The best
temperature range for the
treatment is 30-35 C (8695F);
the lowest permitted temperature
is 25C (77F).

figure 8. start of HPP 2010 manual position

Let the system run for about five minutes.


15. Stop the high pressure pump.
HP PUMP OFF
16. Let the system remain stopped for 15
minutes so that the solution soaks the
equipment.
17. Start the high pressure pump again and let
the solution circulate for 5 minutes.
HP PUMP MAN
18. Stop the high pressure pump.
HP PUMP OFF
19. Repeat points 14-18 if the water seems to
be much dirtier after the cleaning agent
has soaked in.

Dispose waste water in accordance with


applicable environmental laws and local
directives.
20. Discharge water from container, collect
water from valve CCV-2050, start high
pressure pump in the MAN position until
tank is empty. (figure 9)
HP PUMP MAN

figure 9. CCV 2050.

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NOTE!
When the system is flushed, the
pressure control valve must be
fully open and the product water
valve open to discharge.
21. Flush the cleaning agent from the system
with feed water for at least 15 minutes.
Open feed water valve CCV-2055 from the
feed water pump. (figure 10)

figure 10. CCV-2055 open from feed water.

Dispose waste water in accordance with


applicable environmental laws and local
directives.
22. Rinse the cleaning tank with produced water, collect water after use.
- Open CCV-2050 to tank
- SYSTEM ON
- HP PUMP Man
- Regulate pressure to produce water
- HP PUMP OFF (when tank is filled)
- System OFF
- Collect water from CCV-2050.
23. Open CCV-2055 from tank
HP Pump MAN until tank is empty
24. Repeat points 1 22 but use 0.2 litres MT-20 as the cleaning agent.

NOTE!
Contact ENWA if the chemical cleaning procedure seems to have no effect.

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2.2

STERILIZING WITH MT 5

Sterilization is performed if the bacteria content becomes too high, which is usually detected
by the water the system produces tasting bad.

CAUTION!
If the temperature of the solution exceeds 40 C (104F), the pump must be
stopped so that the solution can cool. The best temperature range for the
treatment is 30 35 C (8695F); the lowest permitted temperature is 25C
(77F).
Treat the system with MT-10 (CHEMICAL CLEANING WITH MT-10 AND MT-20). Flush for
at least 15 minutes.
Follow points 119 in the instructions under (CHEMICAL CLEANING WITH MT-10 AND MT20). Under point 7, use 10 litres of MT-5 solution.

If the system is to be put in service:

Dispose waste water in accordance with


applicable environmental laws and local
directives.

figure 11. CCV-2050 open to discharge.

20. Flush the cleaning agent from the system


with feed water for at least 15 minutes. The
pressure control valve must be fully open
and water collected from waste valve CCV2050 (figure 11). Open the feed water
valve CCV-2055 from feed water pump.
(figure 12)
figure 12. CCV-2055 open from feedwater.

21. Start the system, use START UP


instructions in OPERATION MANUAL.
If the system will not be used:
Let the MT-5 solution remain in the system. The system may not be flushed.

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3 LONG-TERM PRESERVATION
When the system will be off for more than three weeks, or when the systems automatic flush
system is not in operation, it must be preserved with MT-5 solution.

CAUTION!
Preservation agents containing chlorine may not be used, these agents will
destroy the membranes.
Protect the system against frost damage, see WINTER PRESERVATION,
section 4.

NOTE!
The longest permitted length of time that the system may go unused when
preserved with MT-5 solution is one year. If the system will not be operated for
more than one year, preservation procedures must be repeated.
Do not flush the system after preservation. (The preservation solution will
then be washed away.)
Follow points 114 in the instructions for CHEMICAL CLEANING WITH MT-10 AND MT-20.
- Under point 7, use 5 litres of MT-5 solution.
Next, continue with the following instructions:

Dispose waste water in accordance with applicable environmental laws and


local directives.
15. Let the system run until the cleaning tank is almost empty. (the whole unit must be full
with cleaning agent)
16. Stop the high pressure pump (HPP-2010).
HP PUMP OFF
17. Discharge water from container, collect water from valve CCV-2050,
start high pressure pump in MAN position until the tank is empty.
HP PUMP MAN

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4 WINTER PRESERVATION
When the system will not be operated for an extended period under cold conditions, the
membrane can be preserved with propylene glycol and MT-5 to better withstand freezing
temperatures.

CAUTION!
The membrane is very sensitive to frost. ENWA leaves no guarantee that the
membrane are not affected and recommends membrane to be removed and
stored at a temperature above 0C (32F) after preservation.
Follow points 1 Fel! Hittar inte referensklla. in the instructions under
- Under point 5, water is produced to fill half of the tank.
- Under point 7, propylene glycol and MT 5 are used.
Preparation of chemicals:
Add 5 litres of MT-5 and 25 liters of propylene glycol to the produced water and mix well.

Dispose waste water in accordance with applicable environmental laws and


local directives.
After preservation is complete, pipes and pumps should be flushed and emptied of water,
collect the water.

When the system is to be used:


Start in accordance with the instructions in OPERATING MANUAL.

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5 FEED WATER FILTER REPLACEMENT

Shut down system and take all steps necessary to relieve system pressure.

1. Remove filter housing (figure 13).


2. Remove old filter and O-ring.
3. Insert new filter.
4. Lubricate O-ring with glycerin or
silicon,
check that its properly seated.
5. Mount the filter housing properly by
hand force.
figure 13. feed water filter

6 FLUSH WATER FILTER REPLACEMENT


1. Remove filter housing (figure 14).
2. Remove old filter and O-ring.

NOTE!
Only use ENWA approved feed
water and flush water filters. An
incorrect choice of filter cartridges
can damage the system.
3. Insert new filter.
4. Lubricate O-ring with glycerin or
silicon,
check that its properly seated.
5. Mount the filter housing properly by

figure 14. flush water filter

hand force.

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7 LUBRICATION OF HIGH PRESSURE PUMP


NOTE!
Use multigrade motoroil SAE 40,
with oil change after 300 h,
or hydraulic oil SAE 100, with oil
change after 500 hours.
1. Remove oil plug (figure 15).
2. Drain contents of pump.
3. Mount oil plug with seal.
4. Remove fill cap.

figure 15. oil plug

5. Refill with oil to right level.


6. Mount fill cap.

8 CHECK OF SAFETY VALVE


1. Increase working pressure temporarily
by turning pressure control valve
(figure 16) to 72 bar.
2. Adjust opening pressure if valve has not
opened at 72 bar.
3. Return to normal operating pressure
directly after the check.

figure 16. pressure control valve

9 LOW PRESSURE SWITCH


1. Slowly close the inlet valve (figure 17).
2. When pressure reaches 0,5 bar the unit
shall stop.
3. Reset inlet valve after test.

figure 17. inlet valve

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10 LOOSEN THE PRESSURE VESSELS


If theres not enough space on both sides of the RO-unit the pressure vessels have to be
dismounted before the exchange is performed. Use instructions below:

Shut down system and take all steps necessary to relieve system pressure
from the vessel.
1. Loosen the outlet (figure 18).

2. Loosen the couplings on the permeate

figure 18. loosen outlet

piping (figure 19).

3. Loosen the inlet (figure 20).

figure 19. permeate couplings

4. Loosen all reject piping (figure 21).

figure 20. loosen inlet

figure 21. reject piping

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5. Loosen all of the bolts that holds pressure
vessels on the skid (figure 22)
(on both sides).

NOTE!
When the vessels are lifted off the
skid, make sure the flow direction
is kept in order.

figure 22. vessel to skid bolts

11 EXCHANGE OF MEMBRANES
To change membranes, follow the procedure below:
1. Dismount the end-plates on both sides
by loosening the nuts on the tie-bars
(figure 23).

figure 23. end plate

2. Dismount the end-cap A and the


permeate port B on both sides
(figure 24).
A

figure 24. end cap and port

figure 25. after removal

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CAUTION!
Do NOT use oil, grease, or petroleum jelly based compounds for lubricating.
3. Lubricate a thin layer of silicon based gel or a mixture of 50% glycerin in water
on permeate ports, membrane seals, head seals and shells, use as little as
possible.

CAUTION!
Its very important to insert the membranes in the flow direction, do not
scrape the pipe along the vessel surface.

NOTE!
Make sure the connector and spacer is placed correctly.
4. Push the used membranes out by inserting new. Insert the membranes in the flow
direction.
This is how the membranes are connected inside the vessel:
2/VESSELS
spacer

connector

sealing

figure 26. membrane connection 2/vessel

figure 27. pushing out old membranes

1/VESSEL
spacer

sealing

figure 28. membrane 1/vessel

figure 29. pushing out old membrane

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12 CHECK OF BELT TENSION


Right tension is important for the performance of the unit with.

Turn off the power to the drive.


- Push the belts down (figure 30).
- If one of the belts can be pushed more
than 10mm, the tension is to low and
needs adjustment.

figure 30. belt tension

13 DRIVE BELT REPLACEMENT


1. Loosen electrical motor to rack bolts,
release belt tension (figure 31).
2. Remove old belts.

NOTE!
Change all belts at the same time.

figure 31. adjustment bolts

3. Install new belts.


4. Set correct belt tension according to
CHECK OF BELT TENSION.
5. Tighten electrical motor to rack bolts.
6. Check the tension once again after run
in procedure, approximately 24 hours.

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730117-C
2010-02-05
MT 10T-35T SRH, MT 50T SRH, MT 75T-100T SRH

LOGSHEET
Unit ID nr:

Type of unit:

START UP
Date
General operation area

Installed by
Company

TIMER SETTINGS
NUMBER

UNIT NAME

TIME

DOSAGE PUMP SETTINGS

UNIT

T1

Delay, HP pump start

T2

Alarm, low feed water pressure

T3

RO, flush time

T4

Sand filter, back wash frequency

T5

Sand filter, back wash time

min

T6

Sand filter, rinse time

min

T7

Alarm time, high salinity

min

T8

RO, flush frequency

T13

Low feed water pressure, delay time

min
h

MODE OF OPERATION
Manual Impuls Other
Antiscaling
Chlorine

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SETTING

UNIT

730117-C
2010-02-05
MT 10T-35T SRH, MT 50T SRH, MT 75T-100T SRH

MAINTENANCE
CHANGE OF FILTER CARTRIDGE, FEEDWATER
DATE

WORKING
HOURS

SIGN.

CHANGE OF FILTER CARTRIDGE, FLUSHWATER


DATE

WORKING
HOURS

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SIGN.

MEMBRANE CLEANING
DATE

WORKING
HOURS

SIGN.

730117-C
2010-02-05
MT 10T-35T SRH, MT 50T SRH, MT 75T-100T SRH

MAINTENANCE
REFILL OF ANTISCALING
DATE

WORKING
HOURS

VOLUME

MEMBRANE CONSERVATION
%

SIGN.

DATE

WORKING
HOURS

SIGN.

LUBRICATION OF HIGH PRESSURE PUMP


WORKING
DATE
HOURS
SIGN.

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CHECK OF SAFETY VALVE


DATE

WORKING
HOURS

SIGN.

CHECK OF LOW PRESSURE SWITCH


WORKING
DATE
HOURS
SIGN.

730117-C
2010-02-05
MT 10T-35T SRH, MT 50T SRH, MT 75T-100T SRH

OPERATING PARAMETERS
DATE

WORKING
HOURS

FEED WATER
PRESSURE

PRESSURE
AFTER FILTER

PRESSURE
AFTER PUMP

BRINE
PRESSURE
AFTER
MEMBRANE

PRODUCT FLOW

CONDUCTIVITY

DISPLAY

PI 2010

PI 2011

PI 2012

PI 2050

FI 2060

DISPLAY

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NOT.

SIGN.

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2010-02-05
MT 10T-35T SRH, MT 50T SRH, MT 75T-100T SRH

OPERATING PARAMETERS
DATE

WORKING
HOURS

FEED WATER
PRESSURE

PRESSURE
AFTER FILTER

PRESSURE
AFTER PUMP

BRINE
PRESSURE
AFTER
MEMBRANE

PRODUCT FLOW

CONDUCTIVITY

DISPLAY

PI 2010

PI 2011

PI 2012

PI 2050

FI 2060

DISPLAY

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NOT.

SIGN.

730117-C
2010-02-05
MT 10T-35T SRH, MT 50T SRH, MT 75T-100T SRH

OPERATING PARAMETERS
DATE

WORKING
HOURS

FEED WATER
PRESSURE

PRESSURE
AFTER FILTER

PRESSURE
AFTER PUMP

BRINE
PRESSURE
AFTER
MEMBRANE

PRODUCT FLOW

CONDUCTIVITY

DISPLAY

PI 2010

PI 2011

PI 2012

PI 2050

FI 2060

DISPLAY

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NOT.

SIGN.

Doc.No. 730394
2010-05-17
MT 10-35T SRH

Written by: dmn


Checked by:
Approved by:

No.

Description

1
2
3
4
5
6
6
7
7
7
7
7

Cleaning agent MT 10
Cleaning agent MT 20
Preservation agent MT 5
Filter Cartridge, feedwater
Filter Cartridge, flushwater
Oil, CAT pump 1051 for 10-20T
Oil, CAT pump 2531 for 25-35T
Membranes 10T
Membranes 15T
Membranes 20T
Membranes 25T
Membranes 35T

Dim./Volume/capacity

Unit

Quantity installed

LIST OF CONSUMABLES MT 10-35T SRH

P3 Ultrasil 10, 0,5L


Sulfaminsyra, 0,2L

EA
EA

0
0

Biosperse 250, 5L
BB 20 CP5
Act.Carbon CEP-10
oil Delvac 1340 40W
oil Delvac 1340 40W
SWC 3 4040
SWC 3 4040
SWC 3 4040
SWC 3 4040
SWC 3 4040

EA
EA
EA
LTR
LTR
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA

0
2
1
1,26
2,5
2
3
4
6
8

Enwa part no.

13635
13642
13629
10256
10305
15532
15532
15638
15638
15638
15638
15638

Manufacturer

Ecolab
Brenntag
Ashland
Fileder
Fileder
Svenska Statoil AB
Svenska Statoil AB
Hydranautics
Hydranautics
Hydranautics
Hydranautics
Hydranautics

25 Frame
Plunger Pump

2530
2 5 31
2537

Standard Brass
Model
Stainless Steel
Model
Nickel Aluminum
Bronze Model

FEATURES
Superior Design

Triplex plunger design gives smoother liquid flow.


Hi-Pressure Seals are completely lubricated and cooled by
the liquid being pumped.
Inlet and discharge valve assemblies interchange for easier
maintenance.
Lubricated Lo-Pressure Seals provide double protection against
external leakage.
Oil bath crankcase assures optimum lubrication.
Close tolerance concentricity of the ceramic plunger maximizes
seal life.

All stainless steel valves are heat treated and seats are roller
burnished for a positive seal and extended valve life.
Brass, 316 Stainless Steel or Nickel Aluminum Bronze manifolds
are strong and corrosion resistance.
Special concentric, high density, polished, graphite impregnated,
solid ceramic plungers are abrasion resistant and result in
extended seal life.
Specially formulated, CAT PUMP exclusive, Hi-Pressure Seal
offers unmatched performance and seal life.
Die cast aluminum crankcase provides high strength, minimum
weight and precision tolerance control.
Chrome-moly crankshaft gives unmatched strength and surface
hardness.
Oversized crankshaft bearings with greater loading capacity
mean longer bearing life.

Metric Measure

2530 AND 2531

Flow........................................................25 GPM
Pressure Range.........................100 to 1000 PSI
RPM ...................................................1025 RPM

MODEL

(95 L/M)
(7 to 70 BAR)
(1025 RPM)

2537

Flow .......................................................21 GPM


Pressure Range.........................100 to 1200 PSI
RPM ....................................................860 RPM

(80 L/M)
(7 to 85 BAR)
(860 RPM)

(Flooded to 4.9 BAR)


Inlet Pressure Range ..............Flooded to 70 PSI
Bore...........................................................1.260"
(32 mm)
Stroke........................................................1.516"
(38.5 mm)
Crankcase Capacity ..................................84 oz.
(2.5 L)
Maximum Liquid Temperature ..................160F
(71C)
Inlet Ports (2) ...................................1-1/4" NPTF
(1-1/4" NPTF)
Discharge Ports (2).............................3/4" NPTF
(3/4" NPTF)
Pulley Mounting .................................Either Side
(Either Side)
Shaft Diameter ..........................................1.181"
(30 mm)
Weight.......................................................82 lbs.
(37.1 kg)
Dimensions..........................19.11 x 15.04 x 7.8" (485.44 x 382 x 198 mm)

HORSEPOWER REQUIREMENTS
MODEL

2530, 2531

Easy Maintenance

MODELS

U.S. Measure

COMMON SPECIFICATIONS

Quality Materials

SPECIFICATIONS

Wet-end is easily serviced without entering crankcase, requiring


less time and effort.
Preset packings mean no packing gland adjustment is necessary,
reducing maintenance costs.

WARNING
All systems require both a primary pressure regulating device (i.e., regulator, unloader) and
a secondary pressure safety relief device (i.e., pop-off valve, safety valve). Failure to
install such relief devices could result in personal injury or damage to the pump or to
system components. CAT PUMPS does not assume any liability or responsibility for the
operation of a customers high pressure system.

2537

FLOW
U.S.
GPM
25
21
21
18
15

DETERMINING
THE PUMP R.P.M.
DETERMINING
THE REQUIRED H.P.
DETERMINING
MOTOR PULLEY SIZE

PSI
800
BAR
55
13.7
11.5
11.5
9.9
8.2

L/M
95
80
80
68
57

PRESSURE
PSI
PSI
1000
1200
BAR
BAR
70
85
17.2
N/A
14.4
17.3
14.4
17.3
12.3
14.8
10.3
12.4

RPM

1025
860
860
738
615

Rated G.P. M.
Rated R.P. M.

Desired G.P. M.
Desired R.P. M.

GPM x PSI
1460

Electric Brake
H. P. Required

Motor Pulley O.D.


Pump R.P.M.

Pump Pulley O.D.


Motor R.P.M.

See complete Drive Packages [Inclds: Pulleys, Belts, Hubs, Key] Tech Bulletin 003.
Refer to pump Service Manual for repair procedure and additional technical information.

Customer confidence is our greatest asset

PARTS LIST
ITEM
2530 MATL
2
5
8
10
11
15
20
21
25
31
32
33
38
39
40
48
49
50
51
53
54
56
59
64
65
70
75
88
90
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
106
110
116
117
125
143
150
154
155
157
164
165
166
167
168
185
186
188
250
260
269
270
279
281
282
283

990036
92508
27773
27772
27771
26512
48613
48533
48704
828710
43211
14177
11338
27769
92508
25625
23170
27768
27767
27762
27488
27790
92519
27784
48592
27785
110669
110670
45749
89835
20184
14190
14161
48239
44069
44068
110672
111116
110796
44098
44827
48244
45750
30908
89822
45832
48220
14203
11731
48241
45752
18690
11744
48242
14520
11745
28240
45751
46857
14014
48238
48243
45839
45840
110682
45753
30908
89573
26516
30614
30206
30059
30278
30967
10069
34334

STL
STZP
AL
NBR
NBR
STL
TNM
STZP
FCM
ABS
NBR
NBR
ABS
STZP
STCP
NBR
AL
NBR
AL
S
PE
STZP
CM
SSHS
NBR
S
S
CC
SSL
PTFE
NBR
FPM
EPDM
SSL
SSL
NY
NY
NBR
FPM
EPDM
BB
STZP
STZP
SNG
STG*
NBR
FPM
EPDM
BB
NBR
FPM
EPDM
NBR
FPM
EPDM
BB
SSL
NBR
FPM
EPDM
SSL
SS
PVDF
BBCP
STZP
STCP
STCP
STZP
F
STL
STZP
NBR

PART NUMBER
2531 MATL 2537 MATL

DESCRIPTION

990036
118824
27773
27772
27771
26512
48613
48533
48704
828710
43211
14177
11338
27769
118824
25625
23170
27768
27767
27762
27488
27790
92538
27784
48592
27785
110669
110670
45749
89835
20184
14190
14161
48239
44069
44068
110672
111116
110796
44098
44827
48244
48583
19085
88398
45832
48220
14203
11731
48241
45835
18690
11744
48242
14520
11745
28240
45834
46857
14014
48238
48243
45839
45840
110682
48585
19085
89628
26516
30614
30206
30059
30278
30967
10069
34334

Key (M8x7x40) [2/00]


Screw, Sems HHC (M8x25)
Cover, Bearing
O-Ring, Oil Seal Case - 70D
Seal, Oil, Crankshaft - 70D
Bearing, Ball
Rod, Connecting
Washer, Tab
Crankshaft - Dual End [2/00]
Protector, Oil Cap
Cap, Oil Filler
O-Ring, Oil Filler Cap -70D
O-Ring, Dipstick - 70D
Dipstick
Screw, Sems HHC (M8x25)
Plug, Drain (1/4"x19BSP)
O-Ring, Drain Plug - 70D
Cover, Rear
O-Ring, Rear Cover - 70D
Crankcase w/Guide Pins
Pin, Guide
Pan, Oil
Screw, Sems HHC (M6x16)
Pin, Crosshead
Rod, Plunger
Seal, Crankcase Oil -70D
Slinger, Barrier
Washer, Keyhole
Plunger (M32x93)
Stud, Retainer (M7x71)
Back-up-Ring, Plunger Retainer
O-Ring, Plunger Retainer - 70D
O-Ring, Plunger Retainer
O-Ring, Plunger Retainer
Gasket, Plunger Retainer
Retainer, Plunger [7/02]
Retainer, LPS, Front
Retainer, LPS, Rear
Wick, Long Tab (M32)
Seal, LPS w/SS-Spg
Seal, LPS w/SS-Spg
Seal, LPS w/SS-Spg
Manifold, Inlet
Lockwasher, Split
Screw, HSH (M12x40)
Seal, HPS w/SS
Seal, HPS w/SS
O-Ring, I.V. Adapter-Rear
O-Ring, I.V. Adapter-Rear
O-Ring, I.V. Adapter-Rear
Adapter, Inlet Valve
O-Ring, I.V. Adapter-Front
O-Ring, I.V. Adapter-Front
O-Ring, I.V. Adapter-Front
O-Ring, D.V. Spacer
O-Ring, D.V. Spacer
O-Ring, D.V. Spacer
Spacer, Discharge Valve
Seat [1/96]
O-Ring, Seat
O-Ring, Seat
O-Ring, Seat
Valve
Spring
Retainer, Spring
Manifold, Discharge
Lockwasher, Split
Screw, HSH (M12x65)
Protector, Shaft
Rail, Angle Assy (Inclds: 27808, 30902, 30930, 30908, 30911)
Pulley (10") [See Drive Packages, Tech Bulletin 003]
Hub, H, M30 (Keyway M8) [See Drive Packages, Tech Bulletin 003] [2/00]
Oilers (1 oz.)
Glass, Oiler
Gasket, Oiler
Kit, Oil Drain

STL
S
AL
NBR
NBR
STL
TNM
STZP
FCM
ABS
NBR
NBR
ABS
S
STCP
NBR
AL
NBR
AL
S
PE
S
CM
SSHS
NBR
S
S
CC
SSL
PTFE
NBR
FPM
EPDM
SSL
SSL
NY
NY
NBR
FPM
EPDM
SSL
S
S
SNG
STG*
NBR
FPM
EPDM
SSL
NBR
FPM
EPDM
NBR
FPM
EPDM
SS
SSL
NBR
FPM
EPDM
SSL
SS
PVDF
SSL
S
S
STCP
STZP
F
STL
STZP
NBR

990036
118824
27773
27772
27771
26512
48613
48533
48704
828710
43211
14177
11338
27769
118824
25625
23170
27768
27767
27762
27488
27790
92538
27784
48592
27785
110669
110670
45749
89835
20184
14190
14161
48239
44069
44068
110672
111116
110796
44098
44827
48244
45830
19085
88398
45832
48220
14203
11731
48241
45835
18690
11744
48242
14520
11745
28240
45834
46857
14014
48238
48243
45839
45840
110682
45836
19085
89628
26516
30614
30206
30059
30278
30967
10069
34334

STL
S
AL
NBR
NBR
STL
TNM
STZP
FCM
ABS
NBR
NBR
ABS
S
STCP
NBR
AL
NBR
AL
S
PE
S
CM
SSHS
NBR
S
S
CC
SSL
PTFE
NBR
FPM
EPDM
SSL
SSL
NY
NY
NBR
FPM
EPDM
NAB
S
S
SNG
STG*
NBR
FPM
EPDM
SSL
NBR
FPM
EPDM
NBR
FPM
EPDM
SS
SSL
NBR
FPM
EPDM
SSL
SS
PVDF
NAB
S
S
STCP
STZP
F
STL
STZP
NBR

QTY
1
8
2
2
2
2
3
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
8
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
4
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
6
6
6
3
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
1
8
8
1
1
1
1
3
3
3
1

EXPLODED VIEW

Models


2530 MATL

290
299
300
310

6104
814838
30952
33607
33608
33952
31267
31268
714500
714505
6565.2
6100

BB
NBR
FPM*
EPDM*
NBR
FPM
EPDM
SS
SS

Standard - 2530
Stainless Steel - 2531
Nickel Aluminum Bronze - 2537

2531 MATL

6104
816735
30952
33607
33608
33952
31267
31268
714500
714505
6565.2
6100


July 2002

SS
NBR
FPM*
EPDM*
NBR
FPM
EPDM
SS
SS

2537 MATL
6104
816538
30952
33607
33608
33952
31267
31268
714500
714505
6565.2
6100

NAB
NBR
FPM*
EPDM*
NBR
FPM
EPDM
SS
SS

Gasket, Liquid (1 oz.)


Head, Complete
Kit, Seal (Inclds: 97,106,125,143,154,155)
Kit, Seal (Inclds: 97,106,125,143,154,155)
Kit, Seal (Inclds: 97,106,125,143,154,155)
Kit, Valve (Inclds: 143,154,155,164,166,167,168,165) [Prior to 11/95 6 Req.] [1/96]
Kit, Valve (Inclds: 143,154,155,164,166,167,168,165) [Prior to 11/95 6 Req.] [1/96]
Kit, Valve (Inclds: 143,154,155,164,166,167,168,165) [Prior to 11/95 6 Req.] [1/96]
C.A.T. (For R.O. or Industrial Applications)
Adapter (2 per C.A.T.) (See Data Sheet for complete selection)
Plunger Pump Service Video
Oil, Case (12 Bottles) ISO 68 Multi-viscosity Hydraulic
(Fill to specified crankcase capacity prior to start-up)

1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
2
1
1

Industrial discount. Bold print part numbers are unique to a particular pump model. Italics are optional items. Silicone oil/grease required.
[ ] Date of latest production change. *Review material codes for individual items (STG generally may be used as alternate).
See Tech Bulletins 002, 003, 024, 036, 043, 053, 074, 076, 077, 083 and 085 for additional information. Production parts are different than service parts.
MATERIAL CODES (Not Part of Part Number): ABS=ABS Plastic AL=Aluminum BB=Brass BBCP=Brass/Chrome Plated CM=Chrome-moly
EPDM=Ethylene Propylene Diene Moname F=Cast Iron FCM=Forged Chrome-moly FPM=Fluorocarbon (Viton ) HS=High Strength
NAB=Nickel Aluminum Bronze NBR=Medium Nitrile (Buna-N) NY=Nylon PE=Polyethylene PTFE=Pure Teflon PVDF=Fluoroplastic (High Strength)
S=304SS SS=316SS SNG=Special Blend (Buna) Black SSL=316SS/Low Carbon STG=Special Blend (Teflon ) White STL=Steel SSHS=316SS/High Strength
STCP=Steel/Chrome Plated STZP=Steel/Zinc Plated TNM=Special High Strength

19.11 (485.44)
14.86 (377.40)
13.91 (353.40)

15.04 (382)
8.42 (214)
7.48 (190)
7.52 (191)

(2) 3/4" NPTF DISCHARGE

1.18 (30)
.31 (8)

2.68 (68)

7.80 (198)

.39 (10)

4.33 (110)

4.25 (108)

.39 (10)

0.59 (15)

2.21 (56.17)

0.59 (15)

2.09
(53)

2.36 (60)
(2) 1-1/4" NPTF INLET

4.92 (125)

4 -.51 (13)

6.89 (175)

6.89 (175)
8.66 (220)

.98 (25)

7.87 (200)

10.61 (269.50)

Models 2530, 2531, 2537


2

13

10

12
9

11

5
4

11
9

2
3
4

Die cast aluminum crankcase means


high strength, light weight, and excellent
tolerance control.
Dipstick offers top access for easy oil
level check.
Oversized crankshaft bearings provide extended bearing life and pump performance.
Chrome-moly crankshaft provides
unmatched strength and surface hardness
for long life.
Matched oversized high strength connecting rods are noted for superior strength and
bearing quality.

6
7

Special stainless steel plunger rods with


high tensile strength crossheads for long life.
The stainless steel slinger provides backup protection for the crankcase seal, keeping pumped liquids out of the crankcase.
Special concentric, high density, polished,
graphite impregnated, solid ceramic
plungers are abrasion resistant and result
in extended seal life.
Manifolds are a high tensile strength brass,
316 stainless steel or nickel aluminum bronze
for long term, continuous duty.

10 100% wet seal design adds to service life


by allowing pumped liquids to cool and
lubricate on both sides.
11 Stainless steel valves, seats and springs
provide corrosion-resistance, positive
seating and long life.
12 Specially formulated, CAT PUMP exclusive, Hi-Pressure Seals offer unmatched
performance and seal life.
13 Crosshead is 360 supported for uncompromising alignment.

Products described hereon are covered by one or more of the following U.S. patents 3558244, 3652188, 3809508, 3920356, 3930756 and 5035580

CAT PUMPS (U.K.) LTD.

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CAT PUMPS
1681 - 94th Lane N.E. Minneapolis, MN 55449 - 4324
Phone (763) 780-5440 FAX (763) 780-2958
e-mail: sales@catpumps.com
www.catpumps.com

1 Fleet Business Park, Sandy Lane, Church Crookham, Fleet


Hampshire GU52 8BF, England
Phone Fleet 44 1252-622031 Fax 44 1252-626655
e-mail: sales@catpumps.co.uk

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The Pumps with Nine Lives

Heiveldekens 6A, 2550 Kontich, Belgium


Phone 32- 3- 450.71.50 Fax 32-3- 450.71.51
e-mail: cpi@catpumps.be www.catpumps.be

International Inquiries

CAT PUMPS DEUTSCHLAND GmbH

FAX (763) 785-4329


e-mail: intlsales@catpumps.com

Buchwiese 2, D-65510 Idstein, Germany


Phone 49 6126-9303 0 Fax 49 6126-9303 33
e-mail: catpumps@t-online.de www.catpumps.de
PN 993117 Rev A 7203

25PFR PLUNGER PUMP SERVICE MANUAL

25 FRAME SPLIT MANIFOLD:

2530, 2531, 2537

INSTALLATION AND START-UP INFORMATION


Optimum performance of the pump is dependent upon the entire liquid system and will be obtained only
with the proper selection, installation of plumbing, and operation of the pump and accessories.
SPECIFICATIONS: Maximum specifications refer to individual attributes. It is not
implied that all maximums can be performed simultaneously. If more than one
maximum is considered, check with your CAT PUMPS supplier to confirm the
proper performance and pump selection. Refer to individual pump Data Sheets for
complete specifications, parts list and exploded view.

DISCHARGE CONDITIONS: OPEN ALL VALVES BEFORE STARTING SYSTEM to


avoid deadhead overpressure condition and severe damage to the pump or system.

LUBRICATION: Fill crankcase with special CAT PUMP oil per pump specifications
[84 oz., 2.5 L]. DO NOT RUN PUMP WITHOUT OIL IN CRANKCASE. Change
initial fill after 50 hours running period. Thereafter, change oil every 3 months or
500 hour intervals. Oiler adjustment is vertical to start feed, horizontal to stop
feed, dial to adjust flow rate. Additional lubrication may be required with increased
hours of operation and temperature.

A reliable Pressure Gauge should be installed near the discharge outlet of the high
pressure manifold. This is extremely important for adjusting pressure regulating
devices and also for proper sizing of the nozzle or restricting orifice. The pump is
rated for a maximum pressure; this is the pressure which would be read at the
discharge manifold of the pump, NOT AT THE GUN OR NOZZLE.

PUMP ROTATION: Pump was designed for forward rotation to allow optimum
lubrication of the crosshead area. Reverse rotation is acceptable if the crankcase oil
level is increased slightly above center dot to assure adequate lubrication.
PULLEY SELECTION: Select size of motor pulley required to deliver the desired
flow from Horsepower Requirement and Pulley Selection Chart (refer to Tech
Bulletin 003 or individual Data Sheet).
MOTOR SELECTION: The motor or engine driving the pump must be of adequate
horsepower to maintain full RPM when the pump is under load. Select the electric
motor from the Horsepower Requirement Chart according to required pump
discharge flow, maximum pressure at the pump and drive losses of approximately
3-5%. Consult the manufacturer of gas or diesel engine for selection of the proper
engine size.
MOUNTING: Mount the pump on a rigid, horizontal surface in a manner to permit
drainage of crankcase oil. An uneven mounting surface will cause extensive
damage to the pump base. To minimize piping stress, use appropriate flexible
hose to inlet and discharge ports. Use the correct belt; make sure pulleys are
aligned. Excessive belt tension may be harmful to the bearings. Hand rotate pump
before starting to be certain shaft and bearings are free moving.
LOCATION: If the pump is used in extremely dirty or humid conditions, it is
recommended pump be enclosed. Do not store or operate in excessively high
temperature areas or without proper ventilation.
INLET CONDITIONS: Refer to complete Inlet Condition Check-List in this manual
before starting system. DO NOT STARVE THE PUMP OR RUN DRY .
Temperatures above 130F are permissible. Add 1/2 PSI inlet pressure per each
degree F over 130F. Elastomer or RPM changes may be required. See Tech
Bulletin 002 or call CAT PUMPS for recommendations.
C.A.T.: Installation of a C.A.T. (Captive Acceleration Tube) is recommended in
applications with stressful inlet conditions such as high temperatures, booster pump
feed, long inlet lines or quick closing valves.

Install a Pulsation Dampening device on the discharge head or in the discharge line
as close to the head as possible. Be certain the pulsation dampener (Prrrrr-o-lator) is
properly precharged for the system pressure (see individual Data Sheet.)

Use PTFE liquid (sparingly) or tape to connect accessories or plumbing. Exercise


caution not to wrap tape beyond the last thread to avoid tape from becoming
lodged in the pump or accessories. This condition will cause a malfunction of the
pump or system.
PRESSURE REGULATION: All systems require both a primary pressure regulating
device (i.e., regulator, unloader) and a secondary pressure safety relief device
(i.e., pop-off valve, safety valve). The primary pressure device must be installed on
the discharge side of the pump. The function of the primary pressure regulating
device is to protect the pump from over pressurization, which can be caused by a
plugged or closed off discharge line. Over pressurization can severely damage the
pump, other system components and can cause bodily harm. The secondary safety
relief device must be installed between the primary device and pump. This will
ensure pressure relief of the system if the primary regulating device fails. Failure to
install such a safely device will void the warranty on the pump.
If a large portion of the pumped liquid is by-passed (not used) when the high
pressure system is running, this by-pass liquid should be routed to an adequately
sized, baffled supply tank or to drain. If routed to the pump inlet, the by-pass liquid
can quickly develop excessive heat and result in damage to the pump. A
temperature control device to shut the system down within the pump limits or multiple
THERMO VALVES must be installed in the by-pass line to protect the pump.
NOZZLES: A worn nozzle will result in loss of pressure. Do not adjust pressure
regulating device to compensate. Replace nozzle and reset regulating device to
system pressure.
PUMPED LIQUIDS: Some liquids may require a flush between operations or before
storing. For pumping liquids other than water, contact your CAT PUMPS supplier.
STORING: For extended storing or between use in cold climates, drain all pumped
liquids from pump and flush with antifreeze solution to prevent freezing and
damage to the pump. DO NOT RUN PUMP WITH FROZEN LIQUID (refer to Tech
Bulletin 083).

WARNING
All systems require both a primary pressure regulating device (i.e., regulator, unloader) and a secondary pressure safety relief device (i.e., pop-off valve, safety valve).
Failure to install such relief devices could result in personal injury or damage to the pump or to system components. CAT PUMPS does not assume any liability or responsibility
for the operation of a customers high pressure system.

Products described hereon are covered by one or more of the following U.S. patents 3558244, 3652188, 3809508, 3920356, 3930756 and 5035580

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PN 30053 Rev G 5343

Removal of Discharge Socket Head Screws

Separation of Discharge Manifold from Inlet Manifold

Discharge Manifold with both Inlet Valve Adapters and


Discharge Valve Spacers.

SERVICING THE VALVES


Disassembly
1. To service the Valves, the Discharge Manifold must be removed. Using a M10 allen wrench remove the eight
Socket Head Screws.
2. Support the underside of the Discharge Manifold and
lightly tap the top back of the manifold with a soft mallet.
Two screwdrivers may be needed to further separate the
Discharge Manifold from the Inlet Manifold.

6. Both the Inlet and Discharge use the same Valve


Assembly. With a flat head screwdriver, carefully pry the
Seat, O-Ring, Valve, Spring and Retainer from the manifold chamber.
CAUTION: Exercise caution to avoid scoring the manifold chamber wall.
NOTE: This Valve Assembly does not snap together.
Reassembly

3. Remove the Discharge Manifold and place it crankcase


side up.

NOTE: For certain applications apply liquid gasket to


the O-Ring crevices and seal surfaces. See Tech
Bulletin 053 for model identification.

NOTE: The Discharge Valve Assembly is secured in


the upper chambers by the Discharge Valve Spacer,
while the Inlet Valve Assembly is secured in the lower
chambers by the Inlet Valve Adapter.
4. The Discharge Valve Spacers will remain in either
Inlet Manifold or the Discharge Manifold. To remove
Spacer from the manifold, insert two screwdrivers on
posite sides under the machined lip on the outside of
Spacer and pry out.

the
the
opthe

5. Use a reverse pliers to remove the Inlet Valve Adapters


from the Discharge Manifold or insert two screwdrivers
into the secondary groove on opposite sides of the
adapter and pry from valve chamber.

Removal of Disharge Valve Spacers

NOTE: EPDM elastomers require a silicone-base


lubricant.
1. Inspect the Spring Retainer for any scale buildup or wear
and replace as needed. Place the Spring Retainer into the
valve chamber.
2. Examine the Spring for fatigue or breaks and replace as
needed. Place the Spring into the Retainer.
3. Examine the Valve for pitting or grooves and replace as
needed. Set the Valve onto the Spring with the concave
side down.

Removal of Inlet Valve Adapters

Discharge Valve Assembly

Inlet Valve Assembly

Removal of I.M. Socket Head Screws

4. Place the Seat into the valve chamber with the concave
side down. Then apply liquid gasket to the O-Ring and
press squarely into the lip on the Spring Retainer.
NOTE: Effective with 6-95 mfg date, the O-Ring was
moved to the back side of the Seat with the O-Ring installed first, onto the lip in the manifold chamber, then
the Seat with the machined O-Ring groove down.
NOTE: Effective with 11-95 mfg date, the Seat was
modified to a new thicker style, still with the O-Ring
installed first, onto the lip in the manifold chamber,
then the Seat with the machined O-Ring groove down.
5. Examine the Seat for any grooves, pitting or wear and replace. Place the new Seat onto the the O-Ring with the
concave side down.

Rotate Crankshaft to position plungers

10. Fit the new O-Rings into the groove on the outside of the
Discharge Valve Spacer. Apply liquid gasket into the
O-Ring crevice and carefully press the Spacer completely
into the Discharge Manifold chamber with the smaller
diameter side down.
11. Replace Discharge Manifold over the Plunger Rods with
Discharge Valve Spacers to the top and Inlet Adapters to
the bottom. Tap with a soft mallet until completely seated
in chambers.
12. Reinstall the eight Socket Head Screws and torque in
sequence to specifications in torque chart.
IMPORTANT: Follow the torque sequence to assure
the proper alignment.

6. Look for wear or damage to both the inner and outer


O-Rings on the Inlet Adapter and replace.
7. Fit the O-Rings into both the outer groove and face
groove of the Inlet Adapter and apply liquid gasket into the
O-Ring crevice.
8. Press the Inlet Adapter into the lower manifold chamber.
9. Remove and examine both O-Rings on the Discharge
Valve Spacer for wear or cuts and replace as needed.

Removal of Inlet Manifold

Removal of Hi-Pressure Seals

Removal of Lo-Pressure Seals

Plunger Arrangement

SERVICING THE SEALS

SERVICING THE PLUNGERS

Disassembly

Disassembly

1. Remove the Discharge Manifold as described in SERVICING THE VALVES section.


2. To service the seals the Inlet Manifold must be removed,
use a M10 allen wrench to remove the 4 Socket Head
Screws.
3. Support the Inlet Manifold and lightly tap the top back side
with a soft mallet. Remove the Inlet Manifold and place it
crankcase side down.
4. Use a reverse pliers to remove the Hi-Pressure Seals.
5. The Lo-Pressure Seals may stay on the Plungers or in the
Inlet Manifold.
6. Invert the Inlet Manifold with the crankcase side up.
7. Remove the Lo-Pressure Seal using a reverse pliers or
slide it off the Plunger by hand.
Reassembly
NOTE: Replace Seals and O-Rings with the same
material called out by your pump model number (i.e.,
.0110 for FPM [Viton], .0220 for EPDM).
NOTE: For certain applications apply liquid gasket to
the O-Ring crevices and seal surfaces. See Tech
Bulletin 053 for model identification.
NOTE: EPDM elastomers require a silicone-base
lubricant.
1. Examine the Lo-Pressure Seal for wear or spring fatigue
and replace. Apply liquid gasket to the outside of the new
Lo-Pressure Seal and carefully press it into the Inlet
Manifold chamber with the spring down.
NOTE: When using alternate materials, the fit of the
special materials may be snug and require gently
driving the LPS into position with a cylinder of the
same diameter to assure a square seating and no
damage to the LPS.
2. Invert the Inlet Manifold and place the crankcase side
down. Examine the Hi-Pressure Seal for deformity or
wear and replace. Apply liquid gasket to the outside of the
new Hi-Pressure Seal and carefully press it into the Inlet
Manifold chamber with the metal side down.

NOTE: The Ceramic Plungers and the Plunger


Retainers should be examined on the same schedule
as servicing the seals.
1. To service the Ceramic Plungers, first remove the Seal
Retainers.
2. Loosen the Plunger Retainer about three or four turns
using a M14 hex tool.
3. Grasp the Ceramic Plunger and push toward the
Crankcase until it separates from the Plunger Retainer.
4. Unthread the Plunger Retainer with Gasket, O-Ring,
Back-up-Ring and Ceramic Plunger. Remove the Keyhole
Washer and Barrier Slinger from the Plunger Rod.
Reassembly
1. Examine the Barrier Slinger for any wear or damage and
place on the Plunger Rod with the concave side facing
out.
2. Examine the Keyhole Washer and place on the Plunger
Rod with the slot down.
3. Examine the O-Ring and Back-up-Ring on the Plunger
Retainer and replace if worn or damaged. First install
the Gasket, then the O-Ring and Back-up-Ring. Lubricate
the Plunger Retainer O-Ring to avoid cutting during
installation.
4. If the Plunger Retainer unthreads from the stud during removal, thread the stud into the retainer.
5. Examine the Ceramic Plunger for scoring, cracks or scale
and replace if needed. The Ceramic Plunger can be
cleaned with a scotchbrite pad. Slide the Ceramic Plunger
onto the retainer and stud assembly with the shallower
counterbore away from the retainer.
NOTE: Plunger can only be installed one direction. Do
not force into Plunger Rod.
6. Apply locktite 242 to the threads of the Plunger Retainer
Stud and thread onto the Plunger Rod. Then torque to
specifications in chart.

7. Reinstall the Seal Retainers with the slots to the top and
bottom.
8. Rotate the Crankshaft to line up the outside Plungers.
Then lightly lubricate the Plungers with oil.

SERVICING THE CRANKCASE SECTION


1. While Inlet Manifold, Plungers and Seal Retainers are removed, examine crankcase seals for wear.
2. Check for any signs of leaking at Rear Cover or Dipstick.

9. Carefully slide the Inlet Manifold over the Ceramic


Plungers and press until flush with the Crankcase.

3. Check oil level and for evidence of water in oil.

10. Reinstall the four Inlet Socket Head Screws and torque to
specifications in chart.

4. Rotate Crankshaft by hand to feel for smooth bearing


movement.

11. The Hi-Pressure Seals may shift while installing the Inlet
Manifold. Use one of the Discharge Valve Spacers to
press the Seals back into position.

5. Examine Crankshaft Oil Seals externally for drying, cracking or leaking.

12. Carefully press the Discharge Manifold into the Inlet


Manifold. Use a soft mallet to tap into place and reinstall
the eight Socket Head Screws. Torque in sequence to
specifications in torque chart.

TORQUE SEQUENCE
5

6. Consult CAT PUMPS or your local distributor if Crankcase


service is required. See also Tech Bulletin 035.

See Section II of the Plunger Pump Service Video for


additional information.

INLET CONDITION CHECK-LIST


PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE CHECK-LIST
Check

Daily Weekly 50 hrs. 500 hrs.* 1500 hrs.** 3000 hrs.**

Clean Filters

Oil Level/Quality

Oil Leaks

Water Leaks

Belts, Pulley

Plumbing

Initial Oil Change

Oil Change

Seal Change

Valve Change

Accessories

* If other than CAT PUMPS special multi-viscosity ISO68 oil is used,


change cycle should be every 300 hours.
** Each systems maintenance cycle will be exclusive. If system performance decreases, check immediately. If no wear at 1500 hours,
check again at 2000 hours and each 500 hours until wear is observed. Valves typically require changing every other seal change.
Duty cycle, temperature, quality of pumped liquid and inlet feed
conditions all effect the life of pump wear parts and service cycle.
** Remember to service the regulator/unloader at each seal servicing
and check all system accessories and connections before resuming
operation.
Refer to video for additional assistance.

TORQUE CHART
Pump Item

Thread

Tool Size
[Part No.]

Torque
in. lbs. ft. lbs. Nm

Plunger Retainer

M7

M14 Hex
[25053]

108

9.0

12

Inlet Manifold Screws

M12

M10 Allen
[33047]

355

29.6

40

Discharge Manifold Screws

M12

M10 Allen
[33047]

355

29.6

40

Crankcase Cover/
Bearing Cover Screws

M8

M13 Hex
[25324]

115

9.6

13

Connecting Rod Screws

M8

M13 Hex
[25324]

216

18.0

24

Bubble Oil Gauge

M28

Oil Gauge Tool


[44050]

45

3.6

Mounting Bolts

M12

M19 Hex

355

29.6

40

TECHNICAL BULLETIN REFERENCE CHART


No.

Subject

Models

002

Inlet Pressure VS Liquid Temperature

All Models

003

Power Unit Drive Packages

3PFR - 68PFR, 10FR - 60FR

024

Lubrication of Lo-Pressure Seals

All Models

035

Servicing Crankcase Section

7PFR - 60PFR

036

Cylinder and Plunger Reference Chart

All Models

043

LPS and HPS Servicing

All Plunger Models

053

Liquid Gasket

All Plunger NAB-S.S. Models

064

By-Pass Hose Sizing

All Unloaders/Regulators

074

Torque Chart

Piston and Plunger Pumps

076

Valve Seat and O-Ring

2530 and 2537

077

Oil Drain Kit

All Models (except 2SF/4SF)

081

Seal Case and Wick

2530 and 2537

083

Winterizing a Pump

All Models

085

M8 Keyway

25FR, 25PFR, 28PFR

Review Before Start-Up


Inadequate inlet conditions can cause serious malfunctions in the best designed
pump. Surprisingly, the simplest of things can cause the most severe problems or go
unnoticed to the unfamiliar or untrained eye. REVIEW THIS CHECK-LIST BEFORE
OPERATION OF ANY SYSTEM. Remember, no two systems are alike, so there can
be no ONE best way to set-up a system. All factors must be carefully considered.
INLET SUPPLY should exceed the maximum flow being delivered by the pump to
assure proper performance.
Open inlet shut-off valve and turn on water supply to avoid starving pump. DO
NOT RUN PUMP DRY.
Temperatures above 130F are permissible. Add 1/2 PSI inlet pressure per each
degree F over 130F. Elastomer or RPM changes may be required. See Tech
Bulletin 002 or call CAT PUMPS for recommendations.
Avoid closed loop systems especially with high temperature, ultra-high pressure
or large volumes. Conditions vary with regulating/unloader valve.
Low vapor pressure liquids, such as solvents, require a booster pump and C. A.T.
to maintain adequate inlet supply (where compatible).
Higher viscosity liquids require a positive head and a C. A.T. to assure adequate
inlet supply.
Higher temperature liquids tend to vaporize and require positive heads and
C. A.T. to assure adequate inlet supply.
When using an inlet supply reservoir, size it to provide adequate liquid to
accommodate the maximum output of the pump, generally a minimum of 6-10
times the GPM (however, a combination of system factors can change this
requirement); provide adequate baffling in the tank to eliminate air bubbles and
turbulence; install diffusers on all return lines to the tank.
INLET LINE SIZE should be adequate to avoid starving the pump.
Line size must be a minimum of one size larger than the pump inlet fitting. Avoid
tees, 90 degree elbows or valves in the inlet line of the pump to reduce the risk of
flow restriction and cavitation.
The line MUST be a FLEXIBLE hose, NOT a rigid pipe, and reinforced on SUCTION
systems to avoid collapsing.
The simpler the inlet plumbing the less the potential for problems. Keep the
length to a minimum, the number of elbows and joints to a minimum (ideally no
elbows) and the inlet accessories to a minimum.
Use pipe sealant to assure air-tight, positive sealing pipe joints.
INLET PRESSURE should fall within the specifications of the pump.
Acceleration loss of liquids may be increased by high RPM, high temperatures,
low vapor pressures or high viscosity and may require pressurized inlet
and C. A.T. to maintain adequate inlet supply. DO NOT USE C.A.T. WITH
SUCTION INLET.
Optimum pump performance is obtained with +20 PSI (1.4 BAR) inlet pressure
and a C. A.T. for certain applications. With adequate inlet plumbing, most pumps
will perform with flooded suction. Maximum inlet pressure is 70 PSI (4.9 BAR).
After prolonged storage, pump should be rotated by hand and purged of air to
facilitate priming. Disconnect the discharge port and allow liquid to pass through
pump and measure flow.
INLET ACCESSORIES are offered to protect against over pressurization,
contamination or temperature and control flow.
A shut-off valve is recommended to facilitate maintenance.
Installation of a C. A.T. is essential in applications with stressful conditions such
as high temperatures, booster pump feed or long inlet lines. Do not use C. A.T.
with negative inlet pressure.
A stand pipe can be used in some applications to help maintain a positive head
at the pump inlet line.
Inspect and clean inlet filters on a regular schedule to avoid flow restriction.
A pressure transducer is necessary to accurately read inlet pressure. Short
term, intermittent cavitation will not register on a standard gauge.
All accessories should be sized to avoid restricting the inlet flow.
All accessories should be compatible with the solution being pumped to prevent
premature failure or malfunction.
Optional inlet protection can be achieved by installing a pressure cut off switch
between the inlet filter and the pump to shut off pump when there is no positive
inlet pressure.
BY-PASS TO INLET Care should be exercised when deciding the method of by-pass
from control valves.
It is recommended the by-pass be directed to a baffled reservoir tank, with at
least one baffle between the by-pass line and the inlet line to the pump.
Although not recommended, by-pass liquid may be returned to the inlet line
of the pump if the system is properly designed to protect your pump. When a
pulsation dampener is used, a PRESSURE REDUCING VALVE must be
installed on the inlet line (BETWEEN THE BY-PASS CONNECTION AND THE
INLET TO THE PUMP) to avoid excessive pressure to the inlet of the pump. It is
also recommended that a THERMO VALVE be used in the by-pass line to monitor the temperature build-up in the by-pass loop to avoid premature seal failure.
A low-pressure, flexible cloth braid (not metal braid) hose should be used from
the by-pass connection to the inlet of the pump.
Caution should be exercised not to undersize the by-pass hose diameter and
length. Refer to Technical Bulletin 064 for additional information on the size and
length of the by-pass line.
Check the pressure in the by-pass line to avoid over pressurizing the inlet.
The by-pass line should be connected to the pump inlet line at a gentle angle of
45 or less and no closer than 10 times the pump inlet port diameter e.g. 1-1/2"
port size = 15" distance from pump inlet port.

Handy Formulas to Help You

HOSE FRICTION LOSS


PRESSURE DROP IN PSI PER 100 FT OF HOSE
WITH TYPICAL WATER FLOW RATES
Hose Inside Diameters, Inches

Water*
Flow
Gal/Min

1/4

5/16

3/8

1/2

5/8

3/4

1"

0.5
16
5
2
1
54
20
7
2
2
180
60
25
6
2
3
380
120
50
13
4
2
4
220
90
24
7
3
5
320
130
34
10
4
6
220
52
16
7
1
8
300
80
25
10
2
10
450
120
38
14
3
15
900
250
80
30
7
20
1600
400
121
50
12
25
650
200
76
19
30
250
96
24
40
410
162
42
50
600
235
62
60
370
93
*At a fixed flow rate with a given size hose, the pressure drop across a given hose length
will be directly proportional. A 50 ft. hose will exhibit one-half the pressure drop of a 100
ft. hose. Above values shown are valid at all pressure levels.

WATER LINE PRESSURE LOSS


PRESSURE DROP IN PSI PER 100 FEET
Water
GPM

Steel PipeNominal Dia.

Brass PipeNominal Dia.


1/4 3/8 1/2 3/4 1 11/4 11/2

Copper Tubing O.D. Type L


1/4 3/8 1/2 5/8 3/4 7/8

8.5 1.9

6.0 1.6

120 13 2.9 1.0

30 7.0 2.1

20 5.6 1.8

400 45 10 3.4 1.3

60 14 4.5 1.1

40 11 3.6

94 20 6.7 2.6

1/4 3/8 1/2 3/4

1
2
3
5
8
10
15
25
40

1 11/4 11/2

150 36 12 2.8

100 28 9.0 2.2

230 50 17 6.1 3.0

330 86 28 6.7 1.9

220 62 21 5.2 1.6

500 120 40 15 6.5

520 130 43 10 3.0

320 90 30 7.8 2.4

180 56 22 10

270 90 21 6.2 1.6

190 62 16 5.0 1.5

120 44 20

670 240 56 16 4.2 2.0

470 150 40 12 3.8 1.7

330 110 50

66 17 8.0

39 11 5.0

550 200 88

37

17

23

11

52

29

40

19

210 107

48

61

28

60
80
100

RESISTANCE OF VALVES AND FITTINGS


Nominal
Pipe
Inside
Size
Diameter
Inches
Inches

Equivalent Length of Standard Pipe in Feet


Gate
Valve

Globe
Valve

Angle
Valve

45
Elbow

90
Elbow

180
Close
Ret

Tee
Thru
Run

Tee
Thru
Branch

1/2
3/4
1
11/4
11/2

0.622
0.824
1.049
1.380
1.610

0.41
0.54
0.69
0.90
1.05

18.5
24.5
31.2
41.0
48.0

9.3
12.3
15.6
20.5
24.0

0.78
1.03
1.31
1.73
2.15

1.67
2.21
2.81
3.70
4.31

3.71
4.90
6.25
8.22
9.59

0.93
1.23
1.56
2.06
2.40

3.33
4.41
5.62
7.40
8.63

2.067
2.469
3.068
4.026

1.35
1.62
2.01
2.64

61.5
73.5
91.5
120.0

30.8
36.8
45.8
60.0

2.59
3.09
3.84
5.03

5.55
6.61
8.23
10.80

12.30
14.70
18.20
23.90

3.08
3.68
4.57
6.00

11.60
13.20
16.40
21.60

2 1/2
3
4

Arriving at a total line pressure loss, consideration should then be given to


pressure loss created by valves, fittings and elevation of lines.
If a sufficient number of valves and fittings are incorporated in the system to
materially affect the total line loss, add to the total line length, the equivalent
length of line of each valve or fitting.

TYPICAL RESERVOIR TANK


RECOMMENDED 6 TO 10 TIMES SYSTEM CAPACITY
Supply Line

Bypass Line
(from regulator or unloader)

MIN. 4"

(Dia of pipe)

T
X

Level Sensing
Device

1.5 x D (Min.)

Flexible Hose
to Pump

FILTER

MIN. 4"

Minimum
Liquid
Level

Bypass Line
(from regulator or
unloader)

Minimum Two Baffles


Sealed at Bottom

Q. How can I find the RPM needed to get specific GPM


(Gallons Per Minute) I want?
Rated RPM
A. Desired RPM = Desired GPM x
Rated GPM
Q. I have to run my pump at a certain RPM. How do I figure
the GPM Ill get?
Rated GPM
A. Desired GPM = Desired RPM x
Rated RPM
Q. Is there a simple way to find the approximate horsepower
Ill need to run the pump?
A. Electric Brake
GPM x PSI
=
Horsepower Required
1460

(Standard 85%
Mech. Efficiency)

Q. What size motor pulley should I use?


Pump RPM
A. Pump Pulley (Outer Diameter) x
Motor/Engine RPM

(Consult
Engine Mfr.)

Q. How do I calculate the torque for my hydraulic drive


system?
GPM x PSI
A. Torque (ft. lbs.) = 3.6
RPM

Avoid Cavitation Damage

One or several of the conditions shown in the chart below may


contribute to cavitation in a system resulting in premature wear,
system downtime and unnecessary operating costs.
CONDITION
Inadequate inlet
line size
Water hammering
liquid acceleration/
deacceleration
Rigid Inlet Plumbing
Excessive Elbows in
Inlet Plumbing
Excessive Liquid
Temperature

SOLUTION
Increase line size to the inlet port or one size
larger
Install C.A.T. Tube
Move pump closer to liquid supply

Use flexible wire reinforced hose to absorb


pulsation and pressure spikes
Keep elbows to a minimum and less than 90

Use Thermo Valve in bypass line


Do not exceed pump temperature specifications
Substitute closed loop with baffled holding tank
Adequately size tank for frequent or high
volume bypass
Pressure feed high temperature liquids
Properly ventilate cabinets and rooms
Air Leaks in Plumbing Check all connections
Use Teflon tape
Size tank according to pump output
Agitation in Supply
Tank
Minimum 6-10 times system GPM
Baffle tank to purge air from liquid and
separate inlet from discharge
High Viscosity Liquids Verify viscosity against pump specifications
before operation
Elevate liquid temperature enough to reduce
viscosity
Lower RPM of pump
Pressure feed pump
Increase inlet line size
Perform regular maintenance or use clean
Clogged Filters
filters to monitor build up
Use adequate mesh size for liquid and pump
specifications

DIAGNOSIS AND MAINTENANCE


One of the most important steps in a high pressure system is to establish a regular maintenance program. This will vary slightly with each
system and is determined by various elements such as the duty cycle, the liquid being pumped, the actual specifications vs rated specifications
of the pump, the ambient conditions, the inlet conditions and the accessories in the system. A careful review of the necessary inlet conditions
and protection devices required before the system is installed will eliminate many potential problems.
CAT PUMPS are very easy pumps to service and require far less frequent service than most pumps. Typically, only common tools are required,
making in-field service convenient, however, there are a few custom tools, special to certain models, that do simplify the process. This service
manual is designed to assist you with the disassembly and reassembly of your pump. The following guide will assist in determining the cause
and remedy to various operating conditions. You can also review our FAQ or SERVICE sections on our WEB SITE for more facts or contact
CAT PUMPS directly.
PROBLEM

PROBABLE CAUSE

SOLUTION

Low pressure

Worn nozzle.
Belt slippage.
Air leak in inlet plumbing.
Pressure gauge inoperative or not registering accurately.
Relief valve stuck, partially plugged or improperly adjusted.
Inlet suction strainer (filter) clogged or improperly sized.
Abrasives in pumped liquid.
Leaky discharge hose.
Inadequate liquid supply.
Severe cavitation.
Worn seals.
Worn or dirty inlet/discharge valves.

Replace with properly sized nozzle.


Tighten belt(s) or install new belt(s).
Tighten fittings and hoses. Use PTFE liquid or tape.
Check with new gauge. Replace worn or damaged gauge.
Clean/adjust relief valve. Replace worn seats/valves and o-rings.
Clean filter. Use adequate size filter. Check more frequently.
Install proper filter.
Replace discharge hose with proper rating for system.
Pressurize inlet and install C.A.T.
Check inlet conditions.
Install new seal kit. Increase frequency of service.
Clean inlet/discharge valves or install new valve kit.

Pulsation

Faulty Pulsation Dampener.


Foreign material trapped in inlet/discharge valves.

Check precharge. If low, recharge, or install a new dampener.


Clean inlet/discharge valves or install new valve kit.

Worn High Pressure or Lo-Pressure Seals.


Worn adapter o-rings.
Humid air condensing into water inside the crankcase.
Excessive wear to seals and V-Packings.

Install new seal kit. Increase frequency of service.


Install new o-rings.
Install oil cap protector. Change oil every 3 months or 500 hours.
Install new seal kit. Increase frequency of service.

Knocking noise
Inlet supply
Bearing
Pulley

Inadequate inlet liquid supply.


Broken or worn bearing.
Loose pulley on crankshaft

Check liquid supply. Increase line size, pressurize or install C.A.T.


Replace bearing.
Check key and tighten set screw.

Oil leak
Crankcase oil seals.
Crankshaft oil seals and o-rings.
Drain plug
Bubble gauge
Rear cover
Filler cap

Worn crankcase oil seals.


Worn crankshaft oil seals or o-rings on bearing cover.
Loose drain plug or worn drain plug o-ring.
Loose bubble gauge or worn bubble gauge gasket.
Loose rear cover or worn rear cover o-ring.
Loose filler cap or excessive oil in crankcase.

Replace crankcase oil seals.


Remove bearing cover and replace o-rings and/or oil seals.
Tighten drain plug or replace o-ring.
Tighten bubble gauge or replace gasket.
Tighten rear cover or replace o-ring.
Tighten filler cap. Fill crankcase to specified capacity.

Pump runs extremely rough


Inlet conditions
Pump valves
Pump seals

Restricted inlet or air entering the inlet plumbing


Stuck inlet/discharge valves.
Leaking High Pressure or Lo-Pressure seals.

Correct inlet size plumbing. Check for air tight seal.


Clean out foreign material or install new valve kit.
Install new seal kit. Increase frequency of service.

Scored plungers.
Over pressure to inlet manifold.
Abrasive material in the liquid being pumped.
Excessive pressure and/or temperature of pumped liquid.
Running pump dry.
Starving pump of adequate liquid.

Replace plungers.
Reduce inlet pressure per specifications.
Install proper filtration at pump inlet and clean regularly.
Check pressure and inlet liquid temperature.
DO NOT RUN PUMP WITHOUT LIQUID.
Increase hose one size larger than inlet port size. Pressurize and
install C.A.T.
Replace manifold. Check liquid compatibility.

Water leak
Under the manifold
Into the crankcase

Premature seal failure

Eroded manifold.

SEAL KIT
1-REQUIRED

PLUNGERS
3-REQUIRED

PUMP

DISCHARGE
VALVE KIT /
REQUIRED

OIL SEAL
3-REQUIRED

SEAL KIT
1-REQUIRED

PLUNGERS
3-REQUIRED

30

30821 / 2

43228

30623

43367

350W

30821 / 2

43228

30623

43367

31 / 310

30821 / 2

43228

30623

43367

3CP1120

33062 / 2

46839

33983

46976

34 / 340

30821 / 2

43228

30623

43367

3CP1221

30982 / 1

46839

33985

46976

35 / 350

30821 / 2

43228

30623

43367

3CP1130

33062 / 2

46839

33983

46976

45

30683 / 2

43228

30629

45783

3CP1231

30982 / 1

46839

33985

46976

51

30820 / 2

43228

30610

43311

3CP1140

33062 / 2

46839

33983

46976

53 / 530

30820 / 2

43228

30488

43232

3CP1241

30982 / 1

46839

33985

46976

55 / 550

30820 / 2

43228

30610

43311

3DX25GSI

33057 / 1

47215

30530

542403

56

33820 / 2

43228

30799

43232

3DX30GSI

33057 / 1

47215

30530

542403

57

33820 / 2

43228

30799

43232

3SP30G1I

31647 / 1

25301

31644

547091

58

30820 / 2

43228

30488

43232

3SP35GEI

31647 / 1

25301

31644

547091

59

33820 / 2

43228

30799

43232

4SF30GS1

34055 / 1

34770

27339

34054

45848

60

33820 / 2

43228

30799

43232

4SF32ELS

34055 / 1

34770

27339

34054

45848

ECONO VALVE
KIT 1-REQUIRED

OIL SEAL
3-REQUIRED

INLET VALVE
KIT
1-REQUIRED

DISCHARGE
VALVE KIT /
REQUIRED

ECONO VALVE
KIT 1-REQUIRED

PUMP

INLET VALVE
KIT
1-REQUIRED

Cat Pump Kit Selector

899100
899100
899100

70

33822 / 2

43228

33799

45890

4SF35GS1

34055 / 1

34770

27339

34054

45848

230

30915 / 2

25301

30914

43901

4SF40ELS

34055 / 1

34770

27339

34054

45848

240

30915 / 2

25301

30914

43901

4SF40GS1

34055 / 1

34770

27339

34054

45848

270

30915 / 2

25301

30914

43901

4SF45ELS

34055 / 1

34770

27339

34054

45848

650

30820 / 2

43500

30798

43300

5CP3120

33060 / 2

46838

33629

46884

899110

651

34387 / 2

43500

30798

43300

5CP5120

33060 / 2

46838

33630

46893

899110

660

30820 / 2

43500

30798

43300

5CP5150

33060 / 2

46838

33630

46893

899110

661

34387 / 2

43500

30798

43300

5CP6120

30820 / 2

46838

33628

46841

1050

34920 / 2

43500

30913

43552

5DX40G1

34260 / 2

29257

34062

46727

899110

1051

34387 / 2

43500

33916

43552

5DX50G1

34260 / 2

29257

34062

46727

899110

1057

34387 / 2

43500

33916

43552

66DX30G1I

34260 / 2

48911

34262

48752

2530

33952 / 2

27785

30952

45749

66DX35G1I

34260 /2

48911

34262

48752

1LX100

33452 / 1

29250

33451

48333

66DX40G1I

34260 /2

48911

34262

48752

1LX125

33452 / 1

29250

33451

48333

7CP6170

34920 / 2

48281

31933

48559

2DX20ES

33057 / 1

47215

33053

542403

2DX27GS

33057 / 1

47215

33053

542403

2DX30GS

33057 / 1

47215

33053

542403

2SF10ES

34052 / 1

34668

25461

34053

45847

2SF20ES

34052 / 1

34668

25461

34053

45847

2SF22ELS

34052 / 1

34668

25461

34053

45847

2SF22ES

34052 / 1

34668

25461

34053

45847

2SF22GS

34052 / 1

34668

25461

34053

45847

2SF22SLS

34052 / 1

34668

25461

34053

45847

2SF29ELS

34052 / 1

34668

25461

34053

45429

2SF30ES

34052 / 1

34668

25461

34053

45847

2SF30GS

34052 / 1

34668

25461

34053

45847

2SF35ES

34052 / 1

34668

25461

34053

45847

2SF35GS

34052 / 1

34668

25461

34053

45847

2SFX20ES

34056 / 1

34668

25461

34053

45847

2SFX22ES

34056 / 1

34668

25461

34053

45847

2SFX22GS

34056 / 1

34668

25461

34053

45847

2SFX25ES

34056 / 1

34668

25461

34053

45847

2SFX29ELS

31642 / 1

34668

25461

34053

45429

2SFX30GS

34056 / 1

34668

25461

34053

45847

2SFX35GS

34056 / 1

34668

25461

34053

45847

310W

30821 / 2

43228

30623

43367

340W

30821 / 2

43228

30623

43367

Manual agitator

787

overflow
female BSP 1/2"

40

615

From RO (CN2081)
d20x1/2"

450

541,28

635
To RO (CN2080)
d25x3/4"

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Date Checked by

Date Validated by

Verified by

2009-06-30

Date Drawing type

Installation
Project

ENWA
WATER TREATMENT

Article description

Tvttank 100l inkl. mixer, vrmare

Specification

Weight

N/A
Project no.
Article no.

16559
Drawing no.

Cleaning tank 100L incl. mixer, heater 531590

Rev

150
75

79,5

Outlet
female BSP 1"

9,5 (2x)

Weight (kilos)
Empty
Full
25
26

Inlet
female BSP 1 1/2"

380
206

204

262

228

10

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160

53

95
Drawn by

188

HE

Date Checked by

Date Validated by

Verified by

2009-06-08

Installation
Project

ENWA
WATER TREATMENT

Rev

Date Drawing type

Article desciption

BNM 25_160AE-BE 60Hz

Specification

Feed water pump

1
Project no.
Article no.

13195
Drawing no.

531560

01/2009

NM, NMD

60 Hz

Close Coupled Centrifugal Pumps


with threaded ports

Construction
Close-coupled, centrifugal pumps; electric motor with
extended shaft directly connected to the pump.
NM: single-impeller
NMD: with two back-to-back impellers (with axial thrust
balancing).
Connections: threaded ports ISO 228/1 (BS 2779).

Applications
- For clean liquids without abrasives, which are, non-aggressive
for the pump materials ( solids content up to 0.2%).
- For water supply.
- For heating, air-conditioning, cooling and circulation plants.
- For civil and industrial applications.
- For fire fighting applications.
- For irrigation.

Operating conditions
Liquid temperature from -10 C to +90 C.
Ambient temperature up to 40 C.
Total suction lift up to 7 m.
Maximum permissible working pressure up to 10 bar
(16 bar for pumps NMD 25/190; NMD 32/210; NMD 40/180).
Continuous duty.

Motor
2-pole induction motor, 60 Hz (n = 3450 rpm).
NM, NMD:
three-phase 220/380 V, 380/660 V.
NMM, NMDM: single-phase 220 V.
With thermal protector up to 1.1 kW.
Insulation class F.
Protection IP 54.
Constructed in accordance with IEC 60034.

Materials
Components
Pump casing
Lantern bracket

NM, NMD
Cast iron
GJL 200 EN 1561

B-NM, B-NMD
Bronze
G-Cu Sn 10 EN 1982
Brass P- Cu Zn 40 Pb 2 UNI 5705
Cast iron
Bronze
GJL 200 EN 1561
G-Cu Sn 10 EN 1982
Cr steel AISI 430
Cr Ni Mo steel
Cr Ni steel AISI 303
AISI 316
1,1 -1,5 - 2,2 kW
Carbon - Ceramic - NBR

Impeller
NM 17
Shaft

Mechanical seal

Special features on request


- Other voltages.
- Protection IP 55.
- Special mechanical seal
- Higher or lower liquid or ambient temperatures.

Coverage chart n = 3450 rpm


5
4

U.S. g.p.m.

10

Imp. g.p.m.

20

30

10

20

40
30

50

100

40

50

200
100

300
200

400
300

130

400
NMD 32/210

100

NM, NMD

300

NMD 25/190

NMD 40/180

200

NMD 20/140

50

NM 3

40

NM 25/20

ft

NM 12

30

NMD 20/110

NM 20/160 NM 25/160

NM 2

100
90
80
70
60

NM 11

20
NM 1

NM 25/12

NM 10

50
40

NM 17
10

30

20
5
4
1

m /h

Q l/min

30

40

3
50

6 7
100

8 9 10
150

200

20
300

400

30
500

40

50
1000

100
1500
72.823.C

NM, NMD

60 Hz

Close Coupled Centrifugal Pumps


with threaded ports

Performance n 3450 rpm

P2

NM

NM
NM
NM
NM
NMM
NM
NMM
NM
NM

1/AE-60
2/BE-60
2/SE-60
2/AE-60
3/CE-60
3/CE-60
3/BE-60
3/BE-60
3/AE-60

B-NM

NM

B-NMD

NMD

B-NMD 20/110BE-60
B-NMD 20/110ZE-60
B-NMD 20/110AE-60
B-NMDM 20/140BE-60
B-NMD 20/140BE-60
B-NMDM 20/140AE-60
B-NMD 20/140AE-60
B-NM
20/160BE-60
B-NM
20/160AE-60

NMD 20/110BE-60
NMD 20/110ZE-60
NMD 20/110AE-60
NMDM 20/140BE-60
NMD 20/140BE-60
NMDM 20/140AE-60
NMD 20/140AE-60
NM
20/160BE-60
NM
20/160AE-60

B-NM

NM

B -NMD

NMD

B-NM
B-NM
B-NM
B-NM
B-NM
B-NM
B-NM
B-NMD
B-NMD
B-NMD

25/12BE-60
25/12AE-60
25/160BE-60
25/160AE-60
25/200BE-60
25/200AE-60
25/200SE-60
25/190CE-60
25/190BE-60
25/190AE-60

NM
NM
NM
NM
NM
NM
NM
NMD
NMD
NMD

kW

HP

0,37
0,55
0,55
0,75
1,1
1,1
1,5
1,5
2,2

0,5
0,75
0,75
1
1,5
1,5
2
2
3

P2
kW

HP

0,45
0,55
0,75
1,1
1,1
1,5
1,5
0,75
1,1

0,6
0,75
1
1,5
1,5
2
2
1
1,5

NM
NM
NM
NM
NMM
NM
NM
NM
NM
NM

kW

HP

25/12BE-60 0,55
25/12AE-60 0,75
25/160BE-60 1,1
25/160AE-60 1,5
2,2
25/20BE-60
3
25/20AE-60
4
25/20SE-60
2,2
25/190CE-60
3
25/190BE-60
4
25/190AE-60

0,75
1
1,5
2
3
4
5,5
3
4
5,5

10/FE-60
10/DE-60
10/AE-60
10/SE-60
11/BE-60
11/BE-60
11/AE-60
12/DE-60
12/CE-60
12/AE-60

1,2

1,5

1,89

2,4

3,6

4,2

4,8

5,4

6,6

7,5

8,4

l/min

16

20

25

31,5

40

50

60

70

80

90

100

110

125

140

22
27
32
36

21,8
26,5
31,5
35,5
39,5
40
45,5
47
55,5

21,5
26
31
35
39
39,5
45
46,5
55

21
25,5
30,5
34,5
39
39,5
45
46
54,5

20,3
25
30
34
38
39
44,5
45,5
54

19,4
24
28
32,5
37
38
44
45
53,5

18,1
23
25,5
31,5
36,5
37
43
44,5
53

16,3
22
23
30
35
36
42
43,5
52,5

14,2
20
19,5
28,5
33,5
34
41
42
52

32*
39*
40*
51*

29*
36*
37*
49*

32*
33,5*
46,5*

28*
42*

35*

H
m

P2
kW

HP

0,55
0,75
1,1
1,5
1,5
1,5
2,2
2,2
3
4

0,75
1
1,5
2
2
2
3
3
4
5,5

27

Q
m3/h

1,2

1,5

1,89

2,4

3,6

4,2

4,8

5,4

6,6

7,5

8,4

l/min

16

20

25

31,5

40

50

60

70

80

90

100

110

125

140

36,5
41
47
59
60
66,5
77

35,5
40
46,5
58,5
59,5
65,5
76,5

34
38
45
58
59
65
76

32
36
42,5
57
58
64
75
33
39

28,5
32,5
39
55
56
62,5
73,5
33
38,5

24
28
34
52
53
60
71
32
38

19*
23
29
47,5
49
57,5
69
31
37

45
55
66
30
36

51
63
28,5
35

47,5
59
26,5
34

54
25
33

23*
31*

4,8

6,6

7,5

8,4

9,6

10,8

12

13,2

15

16,8

250

280

H
m

Q
m3/h

P2

NM

Q
m3/h

l/min

2,4

3,6

17*
23,5*

40

50

60

80

100

110

125

140

160

180

200

220

20,8
24,5

20,8
24,6
32
38
46
53
60
67
80
97

20,7
24,6
31,5
37,5
45,5
52,5
59,5
65
78
95

20,3
24,3
31
37
45
52
59
60
73
92

19,6
23,6
30
36
44
51,5
58,5
53
67,5
87

19,2
23,1
29
35,5
43,5
48,5
58
50
64
84

18,4
22,4
28
34,5
42,5
50
57,5
42
58
79

17,6
21,6
26,5
33
41,5
49
56,5

16,1
20,4
23,5*
31
39
47,5
55

14,3
19

12
17

9,3
14,5

27,5
36,5
45,5
54

22,5*
33*
43
52

40*
50

51,5
72,5

41*
63*

H
m
69
81
98

45,5

Q
m3/h

6,6

7,5

8,4

9,6

10,8

12

13,2

15

16,8

18,9

21

24

27

30

l/min

110

125

140

160

180

200

220

250

280

315

350

400

450

500

13,5
19
24
26
29
30,5
36
38
44,5
56,5

13
19
24
25,5
28,5
30
35,5
37,5
44
56

12,5
18,5
23,5
25,5
28
29,5
35
36,5
43
55,5

12
18
23
25
27
29
34
35
42
55

11,5
17,5
22
24,5
26
28
33
34
41
54

10,5
16,5
21,5
24
25
27
32,5
32*
40
53

9
15,5
20
22,5
22,5
25
31

21
20
23*
29*

19

16,5

12,5

H
m

14
19,5
24,5
26
29,5
31
36,5
39
45
57

37
51

34*
49*

NM, NMD

60 Hz

Close Coupled Centrifugal Pumps


with threaded ports

Performance n 3450 rpm

1
P2

B-NMD
B-NMD
B-NMD
B-NMD
B-NMD
B-NMD
B-NMD
B-NMD
B-NMD

NMD

32/210DE-60
32/210CE-60
32/210BE-60
32/210AE-60
40/180DE-60
40/180CE-60
40/180BE-60
40/180AE-60

NMD
NMD
NMD
NMD
NMD
NMD
NMD
NMD

B-NM

B-NM
B-NM
B-NM
B-NM

32/210DE-60
32/210CE-60
32/210BE-60
32/210AE-60
40/180DE-60
40/180CE-60
40/180BE-60
40/180AE-60

kW

HP

4
5,5
7,5
9,2
4
5,5
7,5
9,2

5,5
7,5
10
12,5
5,5
7,5
10
12,5

P2

NM

17/HE-60
17/GE-60
17/FE-60
17/DE-60

NM
NM
NM
NM

17/HE-60
17/GE-60
17/FE-60
17/DE-60

kW

HP

1,1
1,5
2,2
3

1,5
2
3
4

Q
m3/h

5,4

6,6

7,5

8,4

9,6

10,8

12

13,2

15

16,8

18,9

21

24

l/min

90

100

110

125

140

160

180

200

220

250

280

315

350

400

68
89
110
121

67
88
109
120

65
87
108
119

63
85
106
118
60
68
86,5
93,5

60
83
104
117
58,5
67,5
86
92,5

55
79
100
114
57
66,5
84,5
91,5

50
74
96
110
55,5
65,5
83,5
90,5

45
68
91
105
53,5
64
82
89

40*
63
86
99
51,5
63
80
87

52*
78*
89*
47,5
59,5
77,5
84,5

43,5
57
74
83

38,5
50
68
75,5

33,5
47,5
65,5
73,5

58*
66*

54

60

66

75

84

96

1250

1400

1600

H
m

Q
m3/h

21

24

27

30

33

37,8

42

48

l/min

350

400

450

500

550

630

700

800

900

1000

1100

9,2
12

9
11,8
16

8,7
11,6
15,8
18

8,5
11,5
15,5
17,7

8
11
15
17,5

7,5
10,5
14,5
17

6,5
9,5
14
16,5

5
8
12,7
15,5

3,5*
6,5
11,5
14

4,5*
10
12,5

8*
11*

H
m

NM, NMD
Standard construction.
B-NM, B-NMD Bronze construction.

P2 Rated motor power output.


H Total head in m.

Rated currents
P2
kW

HP

220 V
1~
IN A

0,37
0,45
0,55
0,75
1,1
1,5

0,5
0,6
0,75
1
1,5
2

3,4
4,1
5,2
6,5
8,5
10,6

P2
IA/IN

kW

HP

2,3
2,5
3,1
2,9
3
3,8

0,37
0,45
0,55
0,75
1,1
1,5
2,2
3
4

0,5
0,6
0,75
1
1,5
2
3
4
5,5

5,5
7,5
9,2

7,5
10
12,5

220 V / 380 V Y
380 V / 660 V Y
IN A
IN A
IN A
3
2,6
3,3
4,5
5,7
9
10,7
13

IA/IN

1,7
1,5
1,9
2,6
3,3
5,2
6,2
7,5
11,3

6,5

3,8
3,5
4,3
5,2
5,3
6
5,9
9,5
9,8

14,5
18,2
21,5

8,4
10,5
12,4

8,2
9,5
8,2

P2
Rated motor power output.
IA/IN D.O.L. starting current / Rated current

With single-phase motor = NMM - NMDM.


Maximum suction lift 1-2 m.
Tolerances according to ISO 9906, annex A.

NM

Close Coupled Centrifugal Pumps

60 Hz

with threaded ports

Characteristic curves n = 3450 rpm


25

0 U.S. g.p.m. 5
0 Imp. g.p.m. 5

10

A 113

15

10

43 45

46

15

0 U.S. g.p.m. 5
0 Imp.g.p.m. 5

30

45 50

20

10

A 143

70
ft
60

D 46,5%

46

40

80

NM 1

39 41

20

15

20

15

10
30

15

35 37.5
40

20

20

25

NM 2/A-B

120
ft
100

D 42%

B 124

80
60

40
10
0 Q m3/h 1
0.60

0.50
P
0.40
kW
0.30

0.20
6
NPSH
4
m
2
0

40

0 Q m3/h 1

0 U.S. g.p.m. 5
0 Imp. g.p.m. 5

H
m

S 135

3
10

30

35

30

4
15

10

15

40

0.6
P
0.5
HP
0.4

15
NPSH
10
ft
5
0

120

0.2
3
NPSH
2
m
1
0 Q m3/h 1

100
ft
80

6
1.2
1.0
P
HP
0.6
0.4

3
20

A 171 30

30

20

72.501

16
12
NPSH
ft
4
0

40

30

NM 3

34 35

180
160
ft
140

D 36%

B 3~ 158

35
34

B 1~ 156
C 3~ 1
47
C 1~
14

120

100

30

80
20

1.2
S 1.0
P
0.8
HP
0.6
0.4

0 U.S. g.p.m. 10
0 Imp. g.p.m. 10

40

72.502

0 Q m3/h 1

m
50

40
2

60

0 Q m3/h 1

0.2
6
NPSH
4
m
2

60

40

0.8
P
0.6
kW
0.4

20

D 41%

0.8
P
0.6
kW
0.4

NM 2/S

20

10

72.500

40

10
0 Q m3/h 1
1.0

0 Q m3/h 2

3
P
2
kW
1

A
C

0
6
NPSH
4
m
2

8
NPSH
ft
4
2
0

0
10

10

0 Q m3/h 2

4
P
3
HP
2
1
0
16
12
NPSH
ft
4
0
72.503 10

NM

Close Coupled Centrifugal Pumps

60 Hz

with threaded ports

Characteristic curves n = 3450 rpm


30

H
m

20

0 U.S. g.p.m. 20
0 Imp.g.p.m. 20

40

40

S 116

58 61

A 114
D 103

60

80

60

63 64

100
80

40

NM 10

D 65%

6463

61

F 88

80
ft
60

58

30

0
8
6
NPSH
4
m
2
0
0 Q m3/h 5

70

60
m
50
40

0 U.S. g.p.m. 20
0 Imp.g.p.m. 20

10

15

25

20

A
D
F

40

15

40

A 178

60

45 47,5

20

60

50

C 164
D 153

20

2
P
HP
1

2.4
2.0
P
kW
1.2
0.8

80

D 52%

72.504

25

200
ft
150

50

100

20
10

15

15

20

110
ft
100
90
80
70

0 Q m /h
3

0
8
6
NPSH
4
m
2
0
0 Q m3/h
11

120

54
55
D 57%

10

15

20

B 3~
B 1~

10
200
100
50 55 60
62,5
64

3.5
3
P
HP
2
1.5
1

20
NPSH
10
ft
0
72.505 20

15

100

300

200

60

NM 17

D 65%

50
ft
40

62,5
60

30
20

55

10
20

40

80

60
D
F

3
P
2
kW
1

20
NPSH
10
ft
0
72.506 25

130

53

B 1~ 128

0
0 Q m3/h
4

25
6
P
HP
4
3
2
1
0

A
C

10

20

20

50

50

80

NM 11

B 3~ 131

0 U.S. g.p.m.
0 Imp. g.p.m.
20
D 110
F 105
15
H G 94
m
10 H 88

100
80

NM 12

20

A 146

8
6
NPSH
4
m
2
0
0 Q m3/h

20
NPSH
10
ft
0

30

10
0 Q m3/h 5
5
4
P
kW
2
1
0
8
6
NPSH
4
m
2
0
0 Q m3/h 5

10

60

25

20
0
0 Q m3/h 5
2
P
kW
1

40

m
35

40

10

0 U.S. g.p.m. 20
0 Imp.g.p.m. 20

20

40

60

5
4
P
3
HP
2
1
0

20
NPSH
10
ft
0
72.507 80

NM

Close Coupled Centrifugal Pumps

60 Hz

with threaded ports

Characteristic curves n = 3450 rpm


   


 




B   


  



A   

NM 20/160





A  



 

 

B  


 







NM 25/12








D  






D 


















Q 

Q 

A
B







Q 

  











NM 25/160




A  

 

B   











Q 



 








D  

A




Q 



















 


 

 

Q 






S




A
B







Q 
















D 




















NM 25/20



B  





S   




















  


























A
B



12







Q 







NMD

Close Coupled Centrifugal Pumps

60 Hz

with threaded ports

Characteristic curves n = 3450 rpm


60

0 U.S. g.p.m. 5
5
0 Imp.g.p.m.

 118/1
18
 111/1
11
 115/9
8

50

m
40

10

25

15

10

15

180



160
ft
140

30
D 33%

120

30

100

30

35

15

20

20

25

38

240
ft
200

D 39%

38 160
120

60
0

m /h 1
3

1.0
P
0.8
kW
0.6





0.4
6
NPSH
4
m
2
0

15

40

80

20
10

10
0 U.S. g.p.m. 5
10
0 Imp.g.p.m. 5
80
 143/14
3 - 3~ 30

m
 134/1
34 - 1~
 127/1
60
27 - 3~
 127/1
27 - 1~

20

m3/h 1

72.540

40

20
0
2.5

1.4
1.2
P
1.0
HP
0.8
0.6

80

m /h 1
3

2
P
1.5
kW
1

0.5
6
NPSH
4
m
2

16
12
NPSH
ft
4
0

13

m3/h 1

6
 3~ 3
 1~ P
HP
2
1.5
1

72.541

16
NPSH
ft
8
4
0

NMD

Close Coupled Centrifugal Pumps

60 Hz

with threaded ports

Characteristic curves n = 3450 rpm


0 U.S. g.p.m. 10
0 Imp.g.p.m. 10
110
A 162/166
100

m
80

20

30

20

30 32,5

B 150/150

30

35

60
50

80

200

35

34

40

12

A
C

1
8
NPSH
6
m
4
0 Q m3/h 2

0 U.S. g.p.m.
0 Imp.g.p.m. 20
100 A 172/156
B 156/156

40

40

8
60

60

40

45

80

C 142/142
m D 136/136
60

47

44

40

10
80

100

20
0 Q m3/h 3
12
10
P
kW
6
4
2
8
6
NPSH
4
m
2
0
0 Q m3/h 3

6
P
HP
4
3
2

25
NPSH
20
ft
15
10
72.542 12

100
80

NMD 40/180

300
ft

45

D 48%

200

40
100

20
0 Q m3/h 5
10
P
kW
5
0
8
6
NPSH
4
m
2
0
0 Q m3/h 5

10

15

20

A
B
C
D

26
10
P
HP
5
0

10

15

20

60
50

20
NPSH
10
ft
0
72.544 26
14

70
60
ft
400

NMD 32/210
35

320

36
D 36,5%

D 145/145

240

35

160

33

40

10

50
40

60

32,5
30

4
P
3
kW
2

300
ft

D 37%

36

30
0 Q m3/h 2
5

40

40
0 U.S. g.p.m. 20
30
20
0 Imp.g.p.m.
30
140
A 186/186
30
120
B 186/174
H
m
100
C 165/165

50

NMD 25/190

C 140/142

70

40

12

15
A
B
D

18

80
16
P
12
HP
8
4

12

15

25
20
NPSH
ft
10
5
0
72.543 18

NM

Close Coupled Centrifugal Pumps

60 Hz

with threaded ports

Dimensions and weights

1
NM

B-NM

kg

kg

kg

8,7
14
14,2
15,1
24
26

8,6
13,1
13,3
14,2
22,9
25,1
26,1
18,4
19,7
12,3
13,3
19,7
21,5
28,6
37,9
41,7

NMM
TYPE
NM 1/AE-60
NM 2/BE-60
NM 2/SE-60
NM 2/AE-60
NM 3/CE-60
NM 3/BE-60
NM 3/AE-60
B- NM 20/160BE-60
B- NM 20/160AE-60
B- NM 25/12BE-60
B- NM 25/12AE-60
B- NM 25/160BE-60
B- NM 25/160AE-60
NM 25/20BE-60
NM 25/20AE-60
NM 25/20SE-60
B- NM 25/200BE-60
B- NM 25/200AE-60
B- NM 25/200SE-60
NM 10/FE-60
NM 10/DE-60
NM 10/AE-60
NM 10/SE-60
NM 11/BE-60
NM 11/AE-60
NM 12/DE-60
NM 12/CE-60
NM 12/AE-60
B- NM 17/HE-60
B- NM 17/GE-60
B- NM 17/FE-60
B- NM 17/DE-60

f
a

l1
DN2

l2

DN2

h3

DN1

h2

g1 h1
4.93.098

m2

n3

m1

n2
w

B-NM

19,9
20,7
13,2
14,2
20,4
22,5

21
22,5
13,5
14,5
22,8
24

32,7
40,7
44,7
18,5
18,8
19,3
21,5
24,1
25,1
30,5
39
43
22,2
23,2
25,2
33,2

19,3
19,4
20,2
22,1
24,7

23
24,2

29,2
30,2
32,2
40,2

n1

NM

NM 1/AE-60
NM 2/AE-60,SE-60,BE-60
NM 3/AE-60,BE-60,CE-60
B-NM 20/160AE-60,BE-60 NM 20/160AE-60,BE-60
B-NM 25/12AE-60,BE-60 NM 25/12AE-60,BE-60
B-NM 25/160AE-60,BE-60 NM 25/160AE-60,BE-60
NM 25/20BE-60
NM 25/20AE-60,SE-60
B-NM 25/200BE-60
B-NM 25/200AE-60,-SE-60
NM 10/SE-60,AE-60,DE-60,FE-60
NM 11/AE-60,BE-60
NM 12/DE-60
NM 12/AE-60,CE-60
B-NM 17/FE-60,GE-60,HE-60 NM 17/FE-60,GE-60,HE-60
B-NM 17/DE-60
NM 17/DE-60

mm

DN2
DN1
ISO 228

h1

h2

h3

m1

m2

n1

n2

n3

l1

l2

G1
G1
G1
G 11/4
G 11/2
G 11/2

G1
G1
G1
G 3/4
G1
G1

40
45
50
53
56
56

80
95
112
100
90
100

132
150
180
150
140
160

176
203
240
228
195
228

40
32
40
32
55
43
37,5 27,5
37,5 27,5
37,5 27,5

170
190
245
190
170
190

140
160
205
150
130
150

9,5
9,5
11,5
9,5
9,5
9,5

77
87
110
102
85
102

81
90
113
102
88
102

G1

63

125

180

253

45

32,5

245

200

45

11,5

125

125

G 11/2

G1

63

125

180

253

45

32,5

245

200

45

11,5

125

125

G2
G2

G 11/4
G 11/4

63
70

100
112

150
170

228
240

50
50

35
35

190
210

140
160

50
50

13
15

90
103

97
110

G2

G 11/4

70

132

190

260

50

35

240

190

50

15

125

127

G 21/2

G 21/2

80

112

160

240

50

35

210

160

17
17
37
30
9
30
49
42
49
42
30
37
47
45
37
20

35
35
45
38
38
38

G 11/2

261
305
375
375
313
380
393
460
405
460
382
400
400
470
417
480

50

14

96

113

171
218
244
246
195
246
251
295
263
295
239
247
247
300
257
295

15

g1
10
10
12
10
10
10
11
11
14
14
14
14

NMD

Close Coupled Centrifugal Pumps

60 Hz

with threaded ports

Dimensions and weights


NMD 20/140
NMD 25/190

NMD 20/110

f
a

l1

325
93
G1

l2

DN2

g1

4.93.179

36
46
8.5

4.93.005

17

9.5

38
130
170

188

m2

n3

B- NMD 20/110BE-60
B- NMD 20/110ZE-60
B- NMD 20/110AE-60

NMDM
kg

NMD
kg

B-NMD
kg

13
14
15,1

12,1
13
14,2

13,4
14,2
17,4

n1

TYPE
BBBBB-

NMD 20/140BE-60
NMD 20/140AE-60
NMD 25/190CE-60
NMD 25/190BE-60
NMD 25/190AE-60

NMDM
kg

NMD
kg

B-NMD
kg

23,9
25,2

22,7
24,8
39
46,7
51

25,2
27,6
42,7
51
55

mm

DN1

DN2
ISO 228

NMD

B-NMD
B- NMD 20/140AE-60,BE-60
B- NMD 25/190CE-60
B- NMD 25/190BE-60
B- NMD 25/190AE-60

NMD 20/140AE-60,BE-60
NMD 25/190CE-60
NMD 25/190BE-60
NMD 25/190AE-60

n2

m1
w

TYPE

h1

h3

10
95

DN1

200

132

G 1 1/4

G1

DN2

93

h2

75

h1

h2

h3

m1

m2

n1

n2

n3

l1

l2

g1

G 11/4

G1

80

112

150

243

75

55

200

160

9,5

110

110

97

140

180

268

100

70

240

190

50

14

133

133

256
274
306
306

10

G1

37
50
49
49

38

G 11/2

410
447
500
500

13

NMD 32/210
NMD 40/180
f
a

l1

l2

DN2

DN2

DN1

h2

TYPE

h3
g1

h1

s
m2

n1

m1

B - NMD
B-NMD 32/210DE-60
B-NMD 32/210BE-60,CE-60
B-NMD 32/210AE-60
B-NMD 40/180DE-60
B-NMD 40/180BE-60,CE-60
B-NMD 40/180AE-60

NMD
NMD 32/210DE-60
NMD 32/210BE-60,CE-60
NMD 32/210AE-60
NMD 40/180DE-60
NMD 40/180BE-60,CE-60
NMD 40/180AE-60

g2

n2

DN1
DN2
ISO 228
G2

G 11/4

G2

G 11/2

B-NMD
kg

60
70
76,5
99
59
69
75,5
97

66
76
82
105
65
75
81
102

B- NMD 32/210DE-60
B- NMD 32/210CE-60
B- NMD 32/210BE-60
B- NMD 32/210AE-60
B- NMD 40/180DE-60
B- NMD 40/180CE-60
B- NMD 40/180BE-60
B- NMD 40/180AE-60

4.93.077

NMD
kg

mm
a

530
110 550
625
535
121 555
630

n1

n2

155
283 205 175 194
150 215 310 280 250 258
170
355 298 268 286
155
283 205 175 194
150 215 310 280 250 258
170
355 298 268 286

h1

h2

140
190
216
140
190
216

16

h3

m1

m2

z
15

15

54
68
70
54
68
70

10
12
12
10
12
12

l1

l2

139
150 150 108
152
133
145 145 102
145

g1

g2

38
38
38
38

6
6
-

Backwash water
to waste
male 2"

R5(x3)

,5
52,5

29
3

Note! Waste water from backwash


and rinse can be connected to one
common pipe.

85

Compressed air
314

125

Outlet (to RO)


female 11/2"

Inlet
female 11/2"

Copyright ENWA AB

A ( 1:12 )
1881

1958

165

211

Rinse water to waste


female 1"

Drain
female 3/4"

Weight (kilos)
Empty
Full (incl.
130
958

Drawn by

HE

650

Date Checked by

Date Validated by

Verified by

2012-08-23

ENWA
WATER TREATMENT

Date Drawing type

Weight

118,0 kg
Project

Project no.

Article description

Article no.

SA-650T

19166

Specification

Drawing no.

533113

Rev

730153-I
2012-10-15

OPERATIONAL MANUAL
SA-650T

730153-I
2012-10-15

Keep this operating instruction in a safe and accessible location close to the system.
Read these instructions in their whole before starting the system. Installation of the
system, as well as all work that affects it, must be carried out in accordance with the
applicable regulations for electrical equipment and personal safety.

ADDRESS OF NEAREST SERVICE CENTER


For service and after sale contact:
ENWA AB
Phone: +46 (0)31 742 92 50
e-mail: service@enwa.se
ENWA AS
Phone: +47 52 76 16 50
e-mail: service@enwa.com
In case of operational failure or disturbances, turn off the system and call for authorized
service. Insist that only original spare parts are used. Attempt to correct problems without
following the recommendations in the service and maintenance instructions can endanger the
systems future operational reliability. Always specify product ID numbers when contacting a
service centre.

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CONTENTS
1

OVERALL SECURITY INSTRUCTIONS ......................................................................................................... 4

INTENDED AREA OF USAGE ..................................................................................................................... 4

TRANSPORT AND EQUIPMENT HANDLING .............................................................................................. 4

UNPACKING ............................................................................................................................................ 5

PLACING OF THE WATER FILTER .............................................................................................................. 5

INSTALLATION ......................................................................................................................................... 6

FUNCTION ............................................................................................................................................... 7

FILLING INSTRUCTION ............................................................................................................................. 8

START UP ................................................................................................................................................ 9

10

CHANGE OF BACKWASH SETTINGS ........................................................................................................ 10

11

START OF ADDITIONAL BACKWASH ...................................................................................................... 10

12

DIMENSIONS AND TECHNICAL DATA ..................................................................................................... 11

13

MAINTENANCE ...................................................................................................................................... 11

14

DECOMPRESSION .................................................................................................................................. 11

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1 OVERALL SECURITY INSTRUCTIONS

TURN THE PRESSURE OFF BEFORE INTERFERING WITH THE


EQUIPMENT.
INTERFERENCE WITH THE EQUIPMENT SHOULD ONLY BE MADE
BY AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL.
The equipment should only be handled and maintained by authorized service personnel or
for the purpose qualified and trained personnel. Each interference or change in the
equipment must be approved by the manufacturer or the supplier. Problems that can arise
from neglecting to follow these recommendations could lead to that the product guarantees
for the equipment are withdrawn.

2 INTENDED AREA OF USAGE


ENWAs water cleaning filters are constructed and manufactured to purify water in normal,
industrial and household applications. The water filters must not be used in premises where
there is obvious risk for fires, for example in connection with storage of explosive liquids,
gases and other substances. In applications where the water, after passing the cleaning filter,
is to be stored in a tank, proper equipment should be installed after the tank, to ensure the
quality of the water. For more information consult with the supplier. The water filter is only to
be used in applications to which its originally intended for and in accordance with the
instructions in this manual. All other usage of the equipment is incorrect and will make the
supplier and the manufacturer to revoke all their responsibilities and guaranties for the
equipment as well as complaints, injuries and other damages.

3 TRANSPORT AND EQUIPMENT HANDLING


The equipment must be lifted and transported in accordance with the following instructions:
- Transport if possible the equipment in its original packaging.
- Protect the surface of the filter tank when transporting the equipment.

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4 UNPACKING
DEPOSIT ALL PACKAGING MATERIAL IN AN ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABLE WAY OR STORE IT FOR
FUTURE TRANSPORTATION OF THE EQUIPMENT.

After unwrapping, control that the equipment is complete and without any visible damages. If
youre unsure dont use it until you have contacted your supplier or the manufacturer for a
consultation. All packaging material (e.g. plastic film and bags, nails, screws, wood, metal
bands et cetera) should be handled as dangerous goods, especially for children, and be
deposited in accordance with the current environmental laws.

5 PLACING OF THE WATER FILTER


5.1 ARRANGEMENT OF THE EQUIPMENT
Take the following paragraphs into consideration when placing the filter:
- The surface must be totally flat and strong enough to carry the total weight of the
equipment (paragraph 12).
- Make sure theres enough space around the equipment to fulfil proper usage,
maintenance and inspections.
5.2 VENTILATION
The placing of the water filter could prolong its lifespan. The room should be large enough,
dry and well ventilated. The surrounding room temperature must be 5 - 45C.

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6 INSTALLATION
6.1 CONNECTION TO THE WATER SYSTEM
Assemble shut down valves to the inlet and outlet, so that the water filter can be isolated at
maintenance and service work. Assemble a bypass valve. The flush water is led out of the
filter to the drain.

NOTE!
The down flow pipe should not be connected directly to the drain, an air gap
for about 50 mm is recommended

figure 1. Connection

6.2

PNEUMATIC CONNECTION
- Connect compressed air at maximum 16 bars to the air pressure regulator.
- Adjust air pressure with the regulator to maximum 4 bars.

6.3

ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
- Connect the pilot valves to the control cabinet according to wiring diagrams for the
RO-unit.

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7 FUNCTION
The filter works in two different modes:
- Filtration mode, service position
- Regeneration mode
FILTRATION MODE
The incoming water pass down through the filter and gets treated by the material in the tank.
The water is then lead out through the valve. The filter works automatically.
REGENERATION MODE
After a number of working hours, the material needs to be regenerated. In the regeneration
mode the filter works through a cycle/program with different operations.
1. Backwash
The incoming water passes up through the filter material. The water is lead to drain. When
the filter is backwashed, the material is lifted and accumulated particles are flushed to drain.

NOTE!
The minimum water pressure that can guarantee an adequate effect of the
backwash is 2 bars. Check that the required flow rate has been reached.
(chapter 12)
2. Rinse
The incoming water passes down through the filter is flushed to drain.

NOTE!
The water consumed during regeneration is not filtrated.

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8 FILLING INSTRUCTION
The following instruction is to be used when the filter material have been delivered separately
or when the filter is refilled.
a) Drain the filter
b) Empty the filter tank
1. Make sure that the filter is without pressure (paragraph 14)
2. Open the top flange and fill with water (according to the table) to protect the bottom
nozzles.
3. Fill the filter with material according to figure 2.
4. Slowly fill the tank completely with water.
5. Mount the top flange, tighten all screws in a diagonal star pattern sequence.

NOTE!
Always use washers together with screws.

water
liters
100
A 5-10 mm
kilos sacks
50
2
B 3-5 mm
kilos sacks
100 4
C 0.8-1,2 mm
kilos sacks
250 10
D Anthracite N2
liters sacks
100 2

figure 2. Filling instruction

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9 START UP
Before start of the water filter, Check:
- That the connection for the drain of rinse water is correct.
- That the filter is connected correctly to the RO-unit.
- That the connection for the water system is correct.
- That the power connections are correct.
Keep the valves for incoming and outgoing lead closed.
1. Switch on the power on the RO-units circuit breaker.
2. Set the switch marked System in position ON.
3. Activate a backwashing cycle by pushing the button marked Manual backwash

NOTE!
It is very important to fill the filter tank slowly, or there will be a risk for filter
media to accompany water into the automatic valve.
4. Open the valve for incoming water slowly and fill the filter tank with water until water
flows out through the drainpipe.
5. Open the valve fully and rinse the filter, repeat until the water in the drain outlet is
clear.
6. Open the valve for water outlet.

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10 CHANGE OF BACKWASH SETTINGS


The back wash cycle program on the filter has been
factory preset (according to the table) The timers may
be lengthen or shorted in time to suit local conditions.
Backwash
frequency
24 h

Backwash

Rinse

10 min

5 min

Settings for the backwash cycle can be changed on


the display, located on front of the electrical cabinet
(see figure 3).

figure 3. Control unit RO

1. press OK
2. Press arrow down until PARAMETER flashes.
3. Press OK, PARAMETER T1, will flash.
4. Press arrow up or down until the timer parameter
to be changed is displayed.
T4
T5
T6

Back wash frequency


Back wash time
Rinse

5. Press OK to confirm the choice.


6. Press OK to enter change mode.
7. Press arrow left and right to reach the edit place.
8. Press arrow up and down to change the time.
9. When the timer is changed, press OK.
10. Press ESC until normal operation window is
displayed (see figure 3).

11 START OF ADDITIONAL BACKWASH


- Press the button Manual backwash on the
cabinet on the RO.

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12 DIMENSIONS AND TECHNICAL DATA


mm
650

Tot. Height connection In/out


mm
male gg
1958
DN 40

Requisite backwash
flow l/min (2bar)
180

connection
Drain
R 2

Flow capacity l/min


55

Operating weight
approx. kilos
958
Work pressure
Bars
6

Incoming water
temp.
5-45C

Compressed air
bars
16

13 MAINTENANCE
Each month
- Check that the water is clean at the end of the backwash. Adjust the time when
necessary.
Approx. every 10 years
- Exchange all sand in the tank, according to instructions 8.

14 DECOMPRESSION
1. Close the inlet and the outlet valve.
2. Release pressure by starting an additional backwash.
3. Cut the power.

11/11

EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY FOR MACHINERY


Original
Directive 2006/42/EC, Annex II 1A

Manufacturer (and where appropriate his authorised representative):


Company:

Enwa Production AB

Address:

Backa Strandgata 8, 422 46 Hisings Backa

Representative:
Address:
Hereby declares that:
Type of machinery:

SA-650T

No. of machinery:

Standard filter with individual serial number

Complies with the requirements of Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC.


Complies also with applicable requirements of the following EC directives:
2004/108/EC, EMC, 2006/95/EC, LVD
Where appropriate, notified body (EC type-examination/full quality assurance system)

The following harmonized standards have been applied:


EN ISO 12 100:2010, EN 60 204-1, EN 13 857, EN 349, EN 50 081-1, EN 50 081-2, EN 50
082-1, EN 50 082-2
The following other standards and specifications have been applied:

Authorized to compile the technical file:


Name:

Daniel Madsen

Address:

Backa Strandgata 8, 422 46 Hisings Backa

Signature:
Place and date:

Hisings Backa 2012-10-16

Signature:

Name:

Bengt Hillemyr

Position:

VD

[ENWA Production AB]


CEDOC 3.0.7 ( Cedoc AB, 2009)

CE mrkning SA-650T eng.ced

Page 1

A (1:5)
1,3

0,2

n10

Outlet
female 1"
140

1119,78

Inlet
female 1"

445,63

Copyright 2005 ENWA AB

COG
full condition

weight (kilos)
Empty
Full
16
87

254

Drain
female 1/2"

Designed by

Checked by

Approved by

Date Scale

HE

WATER TREATMENT

Mass

86,9 kg

Installation drawing N-40

ENWA
A

Date

2008-03-12

531063

Edition

Sheet

1/1

730230-C
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OPERATIONAL MANUAL
N 40-RO
N 80-RO

730230-C
2011-06-16

Keep this operating instruction in a safe and accessible location close to the system.
Read these instructions in their whole before starting the system. Installation of the
system, as well as all work that affects it, must be carried out in accordance with the
applicable regulations for electrical equipment and personal safety.

ADDRESS OF NEAREST SERVICE CENTER


For service and after sale contact:
ENWA AB
Phone: +46 (0)31 742 92 50
e-mail: service@enwa.se
ENWA AS
Phone: +47 52 76 16 50
e-mail: service@enwa.com
In case of operational failure or disturbances, turn off the system and call for authorized
service. Insist that only original spare parts are used. Attempt to correct problems without
following the recommendations in the service and maintenance instructions can endanger the
systems future operational reliability. Always specify product ID numbers when contacting a
service centre.

2/10

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CONTENTS
2

OVERALL SECURITY INSTRUCTIONS ......................................................................................................................... 4

OVERALL CHARACTERISTICS .................................................................................................................................... 4

INTENDED AREA OF USAGE ..................................................................................................................................... 4

TRANSPORT AND EQUIPMENT HANDLING .............................................................................................................. 4

UNPACKING ............................................................................................................................................................ 5

PLACING OF THE WATER FILTER .............................................................................................................................. 5

INSTALLATION ......................................................................................................................................................... 5

FUNCTION ............................................................................................................................................................... 6

10

FILLING INSTRUCTION ............................................................................................................................................. 7

11

START UP ................................................................................................................................................................ 8

12

FLUSH...................................................................................................................................................................... 9

13

DIMENSIONS AND TECHNICAL DATA ....................................................................................................................... 9

14

ROUTINE SERVICE MEASURES ................................................................................................................................. 9

15

DECOMPRESSION .................................................................................................................................................... 9

16

CHECKING AND REFILLING OF MAGNO-DOL .......................................................................................................... 10

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2 OVERALL SECURITY INSTRUCTIONS

TURN THE PRESSURE OFF BEFORE INTERFERING WITH THE


EQUIPMENT.
INTERFERENCE WITH THE EQUIPMENT SHOULD ONLY BE MADE
BY AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL.
THIS EQUIPMENT IS NOT MADE FOR OUTSIDE USAGE.

The equipment should only be handled and maintained by authorized service personnel or for
the purpose qualified and trained personnel. Each interference or change in the equipment
must be approved by the manufacturer or the supplier. Problems that can arise from
neglecting to follow these recommendations could lead to that the product guarantees for the
equipment are withdrawn.

3 OVERALL CHARACTERISTICS
ENWAs water cleaning filters are filters where the water runs through a container filled with
filter material which is adjusted for the incoming water quality. The water which is to be
cleaned passes through the water filter in which the impurities sticks to the filter material.
After some usage the filter is cleaned by an automatic flushing process and the impurities are
removed into the drain.

4 INTENDED AREA OF USAGE


ENWAs water cleaning filters are constructed and manufactured to purify water in normal,
industrial and household applications. The water filters must not be used in premises where
there is obvious risk for fires, for example in connection with storage of explosive liquids,
gases and other substances. In applications where the water, after passing the cleaning filter,
is to be stored in a tank, proper equipment should be installed after the tank, to ensure the
quality of the water. For more information consult with the supplier. The water filter is only to
be used in applications to which its originally intended for and in accordance with the
instructions in this manual. All other usage of the equipment is incorrect and will make the
supplier and the manufacturer to revoke all their responsibilities and guaranties for the
equipment as well as complaints, injuries and other damages.

5 TRANSPORT AND EQUIPMENT HANDLING


The equipment must be lifted and transported in accordance with the following instructions:
Transport if possible the equipment in its original packaging.
Protect the surface of the filter tank when transporting the equipment.
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6 UNPACKING
DEPOSIT ALL PACKAGING MATERIAL IN AN ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABLE WAY OR STORE IT
FOR FUTURE TRANSPORTATION OF THE EQUIPMENT.

After unwrapping, control that the equipment is complete and without any visible damages. If
youre unsure dont use it until you have contacted your supplier or the manufacturer for a
consultation. All packaging material (e.g. plastic film and bags, nails, screws, wood, metal
bands et cetera) should be handled as dangerous goods, especially for children, and be
deposited in accordance with the current environmental laws.

7 PLACING OF THE WATER FILTER


7.1 ARRANGEMENT OF THE EQUIPMENT
Take the following paragraphs into consideration when placing the filter.
The surface must be totally flat and strong enough to carry the total weight of the
equipment.
Make sure theres enough space around the equipment to fulfil proper usage,
maintenance and inspections.
7.2 VENTILATION
The placing of the water filter could prolong its lifespan. The room should be large enough,
dry and well ventilated. The surrounding room temperature must be 5 - 45C.

8 INSTALLATION
8.1 CONNECTION TO THE WATER SYSTEM
The filter is connected after the RO-unit according to figure 1.
Mount a bypass valve to isolate the filter at maintenance and service work.

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figure 1 recommended installation

9 FUNCTION
9.1 FILTRATION POSITION
Water from incoming pipe passes through water
filter from below, is treated by filter material in the
filter tank and passed out through the water filter by
an outlet valve. (figure 2)

figure 2. filtration position

9.2 FLUSH POSITION


The filter should be flushed on regular basis with a
higher flow than the RO-unit has the capacity of.
This keeps porosity and prevents the material of
solidifying. (figure 3) For required flow rate see
chapter 13.

figure 3. flush position

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10 FILLING INSTRUCTION
The following instruction is to be used when the filter material has been delivered separately
or when the filter is refilled.
a) Drain the filter
b) Empty the filter tank
1. Make sure that the filter is without pressure (paragraph 15)
2. Open the filling lid and fill with water (according to the table) to protect the bottom
nozzles.
3. Fill the filter with material according to figure 4.
4. Slowly fill the tank completely with water.
5. Put the lid back.

figure 4. filling instruction

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11 START UP
Use the following instructions and figure 5 at first start:
1. Keep all valves for incoming and outgoing lead closed.
2. Open valve D slightly.
3. Open valve C slightly and fill the filter tank slowly with water. Open valve A fully.

NOTE!
It is very important to fill the filter tank slowly, or there will be a risk for filter
media to accompany water into the automatic valve.

4. Open valve D into fully open position.


5. Rinse the filter continuously, until the waste water is clear (approximately 15 min).
6. Open valve B.
7. Close valve D, and the filter is in filtration position.

figure 5. connection

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12 FLUSH
Use the following instructions and figure 5 when performing a flush:
1. Close valve A.
2. Open valve D.
3. Close valve B.
4. Open valve C, flush the filter with clean water and let out coming water
go to waste approximately 10-15 min.

13 DIMENSIONS AND TECHNICAL DATA


N-40

Tot. Height
(mm)
1100

N-80

1520

Type

female G 1

Operating weight Incoming water


approx. (kilos) temp. ( C)
70
5-45

female G 1

120

connection In/out

5-45

N-40

Requisite backwash Flow capacity


flow ( l/min 2bar)
(l/min)
20
15-20

Working pressure
(bar)
6

N-80

25-30

Type

20-30

14 ROUTINE SERVICE MEASURES

Stop the RO unit before each service operation


Each month
Depending on how much water the RO the produce the frequency of the flushing can
vary. But it should be flushed about once/month (Use instructions 12).
2-4 times/year
Check the level of filter material (16,CHECKING AND REFILLING OF MAGNO-DOL)

15 DECOMPRESSION
Follow the instructions:
Close the inlet and the outlet valve.
Release pressure by opening the drain valve in the bottom of the tank
(and then close it).

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16 CHECKING AND REFILLING OF MAGNO-DOL


Magno-Dol is the material used for increasing pH-value. The consumption of material
depends on the quantity of carbon dioxide in the water.
Release tank pressure according to
paragraph 15.
Open the filling lid and use a measurement
rod to see how much material there is left.
(figure 6)

figure 6. measurement of material

compare with the sticker on the tank for


correct level. (figure 7 and figure 8)
figure 7. level sticker

If necessary, fill up with Magno-Dol.


Mount the filling lid and open the valve on
the inlet and the outlet.
Make sure the drain valve is closed.

figure 8. comparing with sticker

10/10

EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY FOR MACHINERY


Original
Directive 2006/42/EC, Annex II 1A

Manufacturer (and where applicable manufacturer's representative):


Company:

Enwa Production AB

Address:

Backa Strandgata 8, 422 46 Hisings Backa

Hereby declares that:


Type of machinery:

N-40, 80 RO

No. of machinery:

Standard filter with individual serial number

Complies with the requirements of Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC.


Complies also with applicable requirements of the following EC directives:
2004/108/EC, EMC (electromagnetic compatibility)
2006/95/EC, LVD (low voltage directive)
Where appropriate, notified body (EC type-examination/full quality assurance system)

The following harmonized standards have been applied:


EN ISO 12 100:2010(Safety of machinery - Basic concepts, general principles for design -- Risk
assessment and risk reduction)
EN 13 857 (Safety of machinery - Safety distances)
EN 349 (Safety of machinery - Minimum gaps)
The following other standards and specifications have been applied:

Authorized to compile the technical file:


Name:

Daniel Madsen

Address:

Backa Strandgata 8, 422 46 Hisings Backa

Place and date:

Hisings Backa 2011-06-15

Signature:

Name:

Anders Olsson

Position:

VD

Company:

Enwa Production AB

[ENWA Production AB]


CEDOC 3.0.4 ( Cedoc AB, 2011)

CE mrkning N-40, 80 RO eng.ced

Sida 1

MSDS
for

MT-10, P3-ultrasil
MT-20, sulfamicacid
MT-5, biosperse 250

SAFETY DATA SHEET


Conforms to EU regulation EC 1907/2006 and amendments

P3-ultrasil 10
Code :

1.

106701E

Version : 6

Date of revision : 26 January 2010

Identification of the substance/preparation and company/undertaking

Identification of the substance or preparation


Product name
: P3-ultrasil 10
Product use
: Cleaning product
Product is for professional use only
Company/undertaking identification

2.

Hazards identification

The product is classified as dangerous according to Directive 1999/45/EC and its amendments.
Classification

: Xn; R22
C; R35

Human health hazards

: Harmful if swallowed. Causes severe burns.

Additional hazards

: Handling and/or processing of this material may generate a dust which can
cause mechanical irritation of the eyes, skin, nose and throat.

See section 11 for more detailed information on health effects and symptoms.

3.

Composition/information on ingredients

Ingredient declaration according to detergent regulation 648/2004/EC:


15 - <30% EDTA
5 - <15% phosphates
<5%
anionic surfactants
Substance/preparation

: Preparation

Ingredient name

EINECS

ethylenediamine tetraacetate
sodium hydroxide
Linear Alkylbenzenesulphonates

CAS

Classification

200-573-9 64-02-8

25 - 30

215-185-5 1310-73-2
246-680-4 25155-30-0

10 - 20
2-5

Xn; R22
Xi; R41
C; R35
Xn; R22
Xi; R41,
R37/38

[1]
[1]
[1]

See section 16 for the full text of the Rphrases declared above

There are no additional ingredients present which, within the current knowledge of the supplier and in
the concentrations applicable, are classified as hazardous to health or the environment and hence
require reporting in this section.
[1] Substance classified with a health or environmental hazard
[2] Substance with a workplace exposure limit
[3] PBT-substance
[4] vPvB-substance

Occupational exposure limits, if available, are listed in section 8.

Date of issue

: 26 January 2010

Page: 1/5

P3-ultrasil 10

4.

First aid measures

First-aid measures
Inhalation
Ingestion

: Move exposed person to fresh air. Get medical attention immediately.


: Wash out mouth with water. Move exposed person to fresh air. Do not
induce vomiting unless directed to do so by medical personnel. Get medical
attention immediately.

Skin contact

: Flush contaminated skin with plenty of water. Remove contaminated


clothing and shoes. Wash contaminated clothing thoroughly with water
before removing it, or wear gloves. Continue to rinse for at least 10 minutes.
Get medical attention immediately.

Eye contact

: Get medical attention immediately. Immediately flush eyes with plenty of


water, occasionally lifting the upper and lower eyelids.
Specific treatments
: Not available.
See section 11 for more detailed information on health effects and symptoms.

5.

Fire-fighting measures

Extinguishing media - Suitable


Extinguishing media - Not
suitable

: In case of fire, use water spray (fog), foam, dry chemical or CO2.
: None known.

Special protective equipment


for fire-fighters

: Fire-fighters should wear appropriate protective equipment and selfcontained breathing apparatus (SCBA) with a full face-piece operated in
positive pressure mode.

6.

Accidental release measures

Personal precautions

: Keep unnecessary and unprotected personnel from entering. Do not touch


or walk through spilt material. Avoid breathing dust. Provide adequate
ventilation.

Environmental precautions

: Avoid dispersal of spilt material and runoff and contact with soil, waterways,
drains and sewers.
: Move containers from spill area. Vacuum or sweep up material and place in
a designated, labelled waste container.
: Prevent entry into sewers, water courses, basements or confined areas.
Vacuum or sweep up material and place in a designated, labelled waste
container.

Small spill
Large spill

Note: see section 8 for personal protective equipment and section 13 for waste disposal.

7.

Handling and storage

Handling

: Do not get in eyes or on skin or clothing. Do not breathe dust. Do not


ingest. After handling, always wash hands thoroughly with soap and water.
Never add concentrated product to warm or hot solutions! Risk of exothermic
reaction!

Storage

: Store in accordance with local regulations. Store in original container


protected from direct sunlight in a dry, cool and well-ventilated area, away
from incompatible materials (see section 10) and food and drink. Keep
container tightly closed and sealed until ready for use.
Store between the following temperatures: -10 and 35C

Packaging materials
Recommended
Specific uses

Date of issue

: Use original container.


: Not available.

: 26 January 2010

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8.

Exposure controls/personal protection

Exposure limit values

: Not available.

Exposure controls
Occupational exposure
controls

9.

: Use process enclosures, local exhaust ventilation or other engineering


controls to keep worker exposure to airborne contaminants below any
recommended or statutory limits. If user operations generate dust, fumes or
mist, use ventilation to keep exposure to airborne contaminants below the
exposure limit.

Respiratory protection
(EN 143, 14387)
Hand protection
(EN 374)

: A respirator is not needed under normal and intended conditions of product


use.

Eye protection
(EN 166)
Skin protection
(EN 14605)

: Goggles, face shield, or other full-face protection.

: 1 - 4 hours : butyl rubber , nitrile rubber

: Safety apron . Suitable protective footwear.

Physical and chemical properties

General information
Appearance
Physical state
: Solid. [Powder.]
Colour
: Yellowish.
Odour
: Faint odour.
Important health, safety and environmental information
pH
: 12.3 to 12.7 (1%)
Boiling point
: >100 C
Melting point
: Not available.
Flash point
: > 100C

10.

Flammability (solid, gas)


Explosive properties
Explosion limits
Oxidising properties
Vapour pressure
Relative density
Solubility
Octanol/water partition
coefficient

:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:

Not applicable.
Not applicable.
Not applicable.
Not available.
Not applicable.
0.95 to 0.99 g/cm3 (20 C)
Partially soluble in cold water, hot water.
Not applicable.

Viscosity
Vapour density

: Not available.
: Not available.

Evaporation rate (butyl


acetate = 1)

: Not applicable.

Stability and reactivity

Stability
Materials to avoid

: Stable under normal conditions.


: Extremely reactive or incompatible with the following materials: metals and
acids.
Non-reactive or compatible with the following materials: alkalis.
Do not mix with other products.

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11.

Toxicological information

Potential acute health effects


Inhalation

: May give off gas, vapor or dust that is very irritating or corrosive to the
respiratory system. Exposure to decomposition products may cause a health
hazard. Serious effects may be delayed following exposure.

Ingestion
Skin contact
Eye contact
Carcinogenicity
Mutagenicity
Reproductive toxicity

12.

:
:
:
:
:
:

Harmful if swallowed. May cause burns to mouth, throat and stomach.


Causes severe burns.
Causes severe burns.
No known significant effects or critical hazards.
No known significant effects or critical hazards.
No known significant effects or critical hazards.

Ecological information
Ecotoxicity
The product is not subject to ecological classification according to directive 1999/45/EC.
Persistence and degradability
The surfactants contained in the product are biodegradable according to the requirements of the detergent
regulation 648/2004/EC

13.

Disposal considerations

Methods of disposal

: The generation of waste should be avoided or minimised wherever possible.


Disposal of this product, solutions and any by-products should at all times
comply with the requirements of environmental protection and waste
disposal legislation and any regional local authority requirements. Avoid
dispersal of spilt material and runoff and contact with soil, waterways, drains
and sewers. Can be added to general waste collection after completely
emptying. Use packages for recycling only when totally empty.

European waste catalogue


(EWC)

: 200115*

14.

Transport information

International transport regulations


Regulatory
information

UN number

Proper shipping name

Class

Packing group

Label

ADR/RID Class

UN1823

SODIUM HYDROXIDE, SOLID mixture

II

IMDG Class

UN1823

SODIUM HYDROXIDE, SOLID mixture

II

Follow special pack instructions for air transport.

15.

Regulatory information

EU regulations
Hazard symbol/symbols

Corrosive
Contains
Date of issue

ethylenediamine tetraacetate
sodium hydroxide

: 26 January 2010

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Risk phrases
Safety phrases

16.

: R22- Harmful if swallowed.


R35- Causes severe burns.
: S2- Keep out of the reach of children.
S22- Do not breathe dust.
S26- In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and
seek medical advice.
S36/37/39- Wear suitable protective clothing, gloves and eye/face
protection.
S45- In case of accident or if you feel unwell, seek medical advice
immediately (show the label where possible).

Other information

Full text of R-phrases referred


to in sections 2 and 3 Europe

: R22- Harmful if swallowed.


R35- Causes severe burns.
R41- Risk of serious damage to eyes.
R37/38- Irritating to respiratory system and skin.

History
Date of printing
: 26 January 2010
Date of revision
: 26 January 2010
Version
: 6
Prepared by
: Ecolab Regulatory Department Europe
Notice to reader
The above information is believed to be correct with respect to the formula used to manufacture the
product in the country of origin. As data, standards, and regulations change, and conditions of use
and handling are beyond our control, NO WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, IS MADE AS TO THE
COMPLETENESS OR CONTINUING ACCURACY OF THIS INFORMATION.
Version

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Revision Date 04.01.2012


Revision 06

SAFETY DATA SHEET


SULPHAMIC ACID
SECTION 1: IDENTIFICATION OF THE SUBSTANCE/MIXTURE AND OF THE
COMPANY/UNDERTAKING
1.1. Product identifier
Product name
Product No.
Synonyms, Trade Names

REACH Registration number


CAS-No.
EU Index No.
EC No.

SULPHAMIC ACID
100229, 100230, 100666, 100667, 101616, 300093, 106318, 106317, 106316,
106066, 301210, 104764, 300229, 300452
AMIDOSULPHURIC ACID, AMIDOSULPHONIC ACID, AMINOSULPHONIC ACID,
SULPHAMIDIC ACID, SULPHAMIC ACID TSA GRADE, SULPHAMIC ACID
99.5%, SULPHAMIC ACID 99.5% TC, SULFAMIC ACID, SULFAMIC ACID MIN.
99.8%, SULPHAMIC ACID FAST SOLUBLE
01-2119488633-28; 01-2119846728-23
5329-14-6
016-026-00-0
226-218-8

1.2. Relevant identified uses of the substance or mixture and uses advised against
Identified uses

Chemical
Flame retardant
Cleaner

1.3. Details of the supplier of the safety data sheet


Supplier

Univar
Aquarius House
6 Midpoint Business Park
Thornbury
Bradford
BD3 7AY
+44 1274 267300
+44 1274 267306
sds@univareurope.com

1.4. Emergency telephone number


Emergency Contact Number (Office Hours)

+44 1274 267346


Emergency Contact Number (Outside Office Hours)

+441865 407333
Sds No.

239

SECTION 2: HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION


2.1. Classification of the substance or mixture
Classification (EC 1272/2008)

Physical and Chemical


Hazards
Human health
Environment

Not classified.
Skin Irrit. 2 - H315;Eye Irrit. 2 - H319
Aquatic Chronic 3 - H412

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Classification (67/548/EEC)

Xi;R36/38 R52/53
The Full Text for all R-Phrases and Hazard Statements are Displayed in Section 16.

2.2. Label elements


EC No.

226-218-8

Label In Accordance With (EC) No. 1272/2008

Signal Word

Warning

Hazard Statements

H315
H319
H412

Causes skin irritation.


Causes serious eye irritation.
Harmful to aquatic life with long lasting effects.

P273
P280

Avoid release to the environment.


Wear protective gloves/protective clothing/eye
protection/face protection.
IF ON SKIN: Wash with plenty of soap and water.
IF IN EYES: Rinse cautiously with water for several
minutes. Remove contact lenses, if present and easy to
do. Continue rinsing.
Get medical advice/attention if you feel unwell.

Precautionary Statements

P302+352
P305+351+338

P314

2.3. Other hazards


Not Classified as PBT/vPvB by current EU criteria.

SECTION 3: COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS


3.1. Substances
Product name
REACH Registration number
CAS-No.
EU Index No.
EC No.

SULPHAMIC ACID
01-2119488633-28; 01-2119846728-23
5329-14-6
016-026-00-0
226-218-8

Composition Comments

The data shown are in accordance with the latest EC Directives.

SECTION 4: FIRST AID MEASURES


4.1. Description of first aid measures
Inhalation

Move the exposed person to fresh air at once. Get medical attention if any discomfort continues.
Ingestion

Provide rest, warmth and fresh air. Immediately rinse mouth and drink plenty of water (200-300 ml). Get
medical attention.
Skin contact

Remove contaminated clothing immediately and wash skin with soap and water. Get medical attention if
any discomfort continues.
Eye contact

Immediately flush with plenty of water for up to 15 minutes. Remove any contact lenses and open eyes
wide apart. Get medical attention immediately. Continue to rinse.

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4.2. Most important symptoms and effects, both acute and delayed
Inhalation.

Upper respiratory irritation. Coughing, chest tightness, feeling of chest pressure.


Ingestion

May cause discomfort if swallowed.


Skin contact

Skin irritation.
Eye contact

Irritation of eyes and mucous membranes.

4.3. Indication of any immediate medical attention and special treatment needed
No recommendation given, but first aid may still be required in case of accidental exposure, inhalation or
ingestion of this chemical. If in doubt, GET MEDICAL ATTENTION PROMPTLY!

SECTION 5: FIREFIGHTING MEASURES


5.1. Extinguishing media
Extinguishing media

Use fire-extinguishing media appropriate for surrounding materials.

5.2. Special hazards arising from the substance or mixture


Specific hazards

Ammonia or amines. Oxides of: Carbon. Nitrogen. Sulphur dioxide.

5.3. Advice for firefighters


Protective equipment for fire-fighters

Self contained breathing apparatus and full protective clothing must be worn in case of fire.

SECTION 6: ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES


6.1. Personal precautions, protective equipment and emergency procedures
Follow precautions for safe handling described in this safety data sheet. Avoid inhalation of dust and
vapours. Avoid contact with skin and eyes. Provide adequate ventilation.

6.2. Environmental precautions


Spillages or uncontrolled discharges into watercourses must be IMMEDIATELY alerted to the
Environmental Agency or other appropriate regulatory body.

6.3. Methods and material for containment and cleaning up


Remove spillage with vacuum cleaner. If not possible, collect spillage with shovel, broom or the like.
Flush area with plenty of water. Collect spillage in containers, seal securely and deliver for disposal
according to local regulations.

6.4. Reference to other sections


Wear protective clothing as described in Section 8 of this safety data sheet.

SECTION 7: HANDLING AND STORAGE


7.1. Precautions for safe handling
Avoid spilling, skin and eye contact. Provide good ventilation.

7.2. Conditions for safe storage, including any incompatibilities


Store in tightly closed original container in a dry and cool place.
Storage Class

Corrosive storage.

7.3. Specific end use(s)


The identified uses for this product are detailed in Section 1.2.

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SECTION 8: EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION
8.1. Control parameters
Ingredient Comments

No exposure limits noted for ingredient(s).

8.2. Exposure controls


Protective equipment

Respiratory equipment

If ventilation is insufficient, suitable respiratory protection must be provided.


Hand protection

Wear protective gloves. The most suitable glove must be chosen in consultation with the gloves supplier,
who can inform about the breakthrough time of the glove material. Rubber gloves are recommended.
Eye protection

Wear tight-fitting goggles or face shield.


Other Protection

Wear rubber apron. Wear rubber footwear.


Hygiene measures

Wash hands at the end of each work shift and before eating, smoking and using the toilet.

SECTION 9: PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES


9.1. Information on basic physical and chemical properties
Appearance
Colour
Odour
Solubility
Melting point (C)
Relative density
Bulk Density
Vapour density (air=1)
Vapour pressure
pH-Value, Diluted Solution
Solubility Value (G/100G
H2O@20C)
Decomposition temperature
(C)
Partition Coefficient
(N-Octanol/Water)

Crystalline powder.
White. to Colourless.
Odourless.
Slightly soluble in water.
205
2.13 20
1.300 kg/m3
3.3 - 3.35
0.78 Pa
1.18 1
17.5 - 21.3
209
log Pow
0.10

9.2. Other information


Not determined.

SECTION 10: STABILITY AND REACTIVITY


10.1. Reactivity
No specific reactivity hazards associated with this product.

10.2. Chemical stability


Stable under normal temperature conditions and recommended use.

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10.3. Possibility of hazardous reactions
Reaction with: Hydrocarbons - halogenated. Oxidising materials. Inorganic nitrites. Inorganic nitrates.
Inorganic nitrites. Inorganic nitrates. Nitric acid (HNO3). Metals Water
Hazardous Polymerisation

Will not polymerise.

10.4. Conditions to avoid


Water, moisture. Avoid heat.

10.5. Incompatible materials


Materials To Avoid

Strong alkalis. Strong oxidising substances. Chlorine. Nitric acid (HNO3).

10.6. Hazardous decomposition products


Oxides of: Nitrogen. Sulphur.

SECTION 11: TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION


11.1. Information on toxicological effects
Toxic Dose 1 - LD 50

316 mg/kg (oral rat)


Skin Corrosion/Irritation:

Irritating.
Serious eye damage/irritation:

Severe irritation.
Inhalation

May cause irritation to the respiratory system.


Ingestion

Swallowing concentrated chemical may cause severe internal injury.


Skin contact

Irritating to skin.
Eye contact

Irritating to eyes.

SECTION 12: ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION


Ecotoxicity

The product contains a substance which is harmful to aquatic organisms and which may cause long term
adverse effects in the aquatic environment.

12.1. Toxicity
Acute Fish Toxicity

Very toxic to aquatic organisms.


Acute Toxicity - Fish

LC50 96 hours 70.3 mg/l Pimephales promelas (Fat-head Minnow)


OECD 203

12.2. Persistence and degradability


Degradability

There are no data on the degradability of this product.

12.3. Bioaccumulative potential

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Bioaccumulative potential

The product does not contain any substances expected to be bioaccumulating.


Partition coefficient

log Pow 0.10

12.4. Mobility in soil


Mobility:

The product is partly soluble in water. May spread in the aquatic environment.

12.5. Results of PBT and vPvB assessment


Not Classified as PBT/vPvB by current EU criteria.

12.6. Other adverse effects


Not determined.

SECTION 13: DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS


General information

Waste is classified as hazardous waste. Disposal to licensed waste disposal site in accordance with the
local Waste Disposal Authority.

13.1. Waste treatment methods


Dispose of waste and residues in accordance with local authority requirements.

SECTION 14: TRANSPORT INFORMATION


General

Full protective clothing should be worn when handling this product.

14.1. UN number
Un Number Road

2967

UN No. (IMDG)

2967

UN No. (ICAO)

2967

14.2. UN proper shipping name


Proper Shipping Name

SULPHAMIC ACID

14.3. Transport hazard class(es)


ADR/RID/ADN Class

ADR/RID/ADN Class

Class 8: Corrosive substances.

ADR Label No.

IMDG Class

ICAO Class/Division

Transport Labels

CORROSIVE

8
14.4. Packing group
ADR/RID/ADN Packing
group

III

IMDG Packing group

III

ICAO Packing group

III

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14.5. Environmental hazards
Environmentally Hazardous Substance/Marine Pollutant

No.

14.6. Special precautions for user


EMS

F-A, S-B

Emergency Action Code

2Z

Hazard No. (ADR)

80

Tunnel Restriction Code

(E)

14.7. Transport in bulk according to Annex II of MARPOL73/78 and the IBC Code
No information required.

SECTION 15: REGULATORY INFORMATION


15.1. Safety, health and environmental regulations/legislation specific for the substance or
mixture
Statutory Instruments

The Chemicals (Hazard Information and Packaging for Supply) Regulations 2009 (S.I 2009 No. 716).
Approved Code Of Practice

Safety Data Sheets for Substances and Preparations. Classification and Labelling of Substances and
Preparations Dangerous for Supply.
Guidance Notes

CHIP for everyone HSG(108).


EU Legislation

Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18 December 2006
concerning the Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH),
establishing a European Chemicals Agency, amending Directive 1999/45/EC and repealing Council
Regulation (EEC) No 793/93 and Commission Regulation (EC) No 1488/94 as well as Council Directive
76/769/EEC and Commission Directives 91/155/EEC, 93/67/EEC, 93/105/EC and 2000/21/EC, including
amendments. Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16
December 2008 on classification, labelling and packaging of substances and mixtures, amending and
repealing Directives 67/548/EEC and 1999/45/EC, and amending Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 with
amendments.
National Regulations

The Chemicals (Hazard Information and Packaging for Supply) Regulations 2002. No. 1689.
Water hazard classification

WGK 1

15.2. Chemical Safety Assessment


No chemical safety assessment has been carried out.
Inventory Information

EINECS

SECTION 16: OTHER INFORMATION


Revision Comments

NOTE: Lines within the margin indicate significant changes from the previous revision.
Revision Date
04.01.2012
Revision
06
SDS No.
239
Safety Data Sheet Status
Approved.
Date
04.01.2012

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Signature

Jitendra Panchal

Risk Phrases In Full

R36/38
R52/53

Irritating to eyes and skin.


Harmful to aquatic organisms, may cause long-term adverse effects in the
aquatic environment.

Hazard Statements In Full

H315
H319
H412

Causes skin irritation.


Causes serious eye irritation.
Harmful to aquatic life with long lasting effects.

SAFETY DATA SHEET

HYDROANTHRASIT N
Version date 0-03-03

Version number 1

Print date

5-11-25

1. Ident. of the subst./prep. and of the company/undertaking


1. Ident. of the subst./prep. and of the company/undertaking

HYDROANTHRASIT
N
HYDROANTHRASIT N

Brenntag
Nordic
Brenntag
Nordic
AB
Box 50121
Box 50121
202 11 MALM
202 11 MALM

AB

Prepared by: Laboratory, Malmoe, Sweden


Phone number: +46 40 28 73 00, Fax number: + 46 40 93 28 74
Chemical description
Anthracite (hard coal)
VIB-nr: HY006
Product code
7440
7919

7441

74410

7443

2. Composition/information on ingredients
CAS number
7440-44-0

Chemical name
Carbon

Conc %
appr. 90

Symbols

R-phrases

EINECS-no: 231-153-3

3. Hazards identification
No hazard classification according to EEC-directive.

4. FIRST AID
INHALATION: Remove to fresh air, consult a doctor in case of
symptoms.
SKIN CONTACT: Wash with water and soap. Rinse thoroughly.
Consult a doctor in case of symptoms.
EYE CONTACT: Rinse with opened eye for several minutes under
running water. Consult a doctor in case of symptoms.

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Print date

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INGESTION: Drink plenty of water. Do not induce vomiting.


In case of symptoms persist or large quantities swallowed
seek medical advice.

5. Fire-fighting measures
EXTINGUISHING MEDIA:
No limitations for fighting surrounding fire.
FIRE- & EXPLOSION HAZARDS:
Can be fire-support at high temperature.

6. Accidental release measures


Scoop or vacuum into a receptable for dispersal. Avoid
dusting.
PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS: SEE POINT 8 !

7. Handling and storage


HANDLING:
Good industrial hygiene should be followed. Avoid contact
with skin and eyes.
Provide for good ventilation. Use mechanical ventilation at
dusting.
Possibility to wash the eye at the place of work.
No smoking, fire, sparking or welding.
STORAGE:
Store in original closed containers at a dry place.

8. Exposure controls/personal protection


RESPIRATORY:
Use respirator at dusting.
Observe exposure limits, Threshold Limit Values (TLV) for
Carbon black incl. Carbon dust
EYE PROTECTION:
Safety glasses.
HAND PROTECTION:
Protectiv gloves if the contact will be prolonged and

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repeated.
SKIN PROTECTION:
Wear protective clothing if necessary.

9. Physical and chemical properties


Product description
Black crushed without odour.
Bulkdensity:

700 -730 kg/m

10. Stability and reactivity


STABILLITY:
Stable under normal conditions.

11. Toxicological information


INHALATION:
Inhalation of dust/fumes in high concentration may cause
irritation of mucous membranes.
SKIN IRRITATION:
Repeated and prolonged contact with skin may cause
irritation.
EYE IRRITATION:
Dust or splash contact may cause irritation.
INGESTION:
This material may be a slight health hazard if ingested in
large quantities.

12. Ecological information

13. Disposal considerations


Disposal must be made according to the official regulations.
EWC-CODE:

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Version date 0-03-03

Version number 1

Print date

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For this product, in accordance with European Waste


Catalogue(EWC), a cataloguenumber cannot be given, because
the customer has to lay down the purpose first.
The cataloguenumber has to be given according to the local
waste-removal.

14. Transport information


Not dangerous goods according to the transport regulations.

15. Regulatory information


Classification
Hazardous chemical product
Symbol
Not regulated.
Chemical product harmful to the environment
Symbol
Not regulated.
Flammable chemical product
Symbol
Not regulated.
Contains
Carbon
Marking
EU label
Label version

J
1

16. Other information

Sida

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MAGNODOL I, II
Version date 4-01-29

Version number 2

Print date

5-11-25

1. Ident. of the subst./prep. and of the company/undertaking


1. Ident. of the subst./prep. and of the company/undertaking

MAGNODOL
I, II
MAGNODOL I, II

ENWA AB
Brenntag
Nordic AB
Backa Strandgata 8
Box 50121
422 46 Hisings Backa
202 11 MALM
Prepared by: Laboratory, Malmoe, Sweden
Phone number: +46 31 742 92 50, Fax number: + 46 31 742 92 60
Chemical description
Calcium carbonate/Magnesium oxide
Application: Filtering of drinking-water
VIB-nr: MA001
Product code
7465
7471

74650

7467

7470

2. Composition/information on ingredients
CAS number
471-34-1

Chemical name
1. Calcium carbonate

1309-48-4

2. Magnesium oxide
EINECS-NO: 1. 207-439-9

Conc %

Symbols

R-phrases

2. 215-171-9

3. Hazards identification
No hazard classification according to EEC-directive.

4. FIRST AID
INHALATION: Remove to fresh air.
SKIN CONTACT: Wash with water and soap. Rinse thoroughly.
EYE CONTACT: Rinse with opened eye under running water.
Consult a doctor in case of symptoms.

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INGESTION: Flush oral cavity and drink plenty of water.


Do not induce vomiting. In case of symptoms persist or large
quantities swallowed contact a doctor.

5. Fire-fighting measures
EXTINGUISHING MEDIA:
No limitations for fighting surrounding fire.
In case of fire cool endangered containers with water.
FIRE- & EXPLOSION HAZARDS:
Product is not combustible.

6. Accidental release measures


Do not allow to enter drainage system, surface or ground
water. Scoop or vacuum into a receptable for disposal.
Avoid dust. Uncontaminated material may be scooped for use.
PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS: SEE POINT 8 !

7. Handling and storage


HANDLING:
Good industrial hygiene should be followed. Avoid contact
with skin and eyes.
Provide for good ventilation. Use mechanical ventilation at
dusting.
STORAGE:
Store in the original closed containers.

8. Exposure controls/personal protection


PREVENT MEASURES:
Provide for good ventilation. Use mechanical ventilation at
dusting.
Possibility to wash the eye at the place of work.
RESPIRATORY:
Use respirator at dusting.
Observe exposure limits, Threshold Limit Values (TLV) for

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respirabelt dust
EYE PROTECTION:
Safety glasses.
HAND PROTECTION:
Protectiv gloves if the contact will be prolonged and
repeated.
SKIN PROTECTION:
Wear protective clothing if necessary.
HYGIENIC MEASURES:
Smoking,eating and drinking should be prohibited in the
application area.

9. Physical and chemical properties


Product description
Grey crushed wihout odour
Bulkdensity: 1200 kg/m

10. Stability and reactivity


STABILLITY:
Stable under normal conditions.

11. Toxicological information


ACUTE TOXICITY:
LD50
oral

rat:

6450

mg/kg

(Calcium carbonate)

INHALATION:
Inhalation of high concentration may cause mechanical
overstraining of mucous membranes.
SKIN IRRITATION:
Repeated and prolonged contact with skin may cause
irritation.
EYE IRRITATION:
Dust or splash in eyes may cause mecanical effects and
irritation.
INGESTION:

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This material may be a slight health hazard if ingested in


large quantities.

12. Ecological information


FOLLOWING ECOLOGICAL INFORM. IS VALID FOR CALCIUM CARBONATE:
AQUATIC TOXICITY:
Fish
LC50/96h: > 5600 mg/l (Gambusia affinis)

13. Disposal considerations


Disposal must be made according to the official regulations.
EWC-CODE:
For this product, in accordance with European Waste
Catalogue(EWC), a cataloguenumber cannot be given, because
the customer has to lay down the purpose first.
The cataloguenumber has to be given according to the local
waste-removal.

14. Transport information


Not dangerous goods according to the transport regulations.

15. Regulatory information


Classification
Hazardous chemical product
Symbol
Not regulated.
Chemical product harmful to the environment
Symbol
Not regulated.
Flammable chemical product
Symbol
Not regulated.
Contains
Calcium carbonate, Magnesium oxide

Sida

SAFETY DATA SHEET

MAGNODOL I, II
Version date 4-01-29

Version number 2

Print date

5-11-25

16. Other information


New revised SDS replacing version from 99-03-23- because
Section 1, 4, 7, 8, 11, 12 and 13: New/Changed information

Sida

MDM 10-35
2012-02-09

SDoC

Suppliers Declaration of Conformity for Material Declaration Management

In pursuance of Resolution A.962 (23) and The International Convention for the Safe and Environmentally Sound Recycling of Ships.

SDoc ID No:

9000010066 MDM

Yard:

STX OSV Tulcea

New Building No:

820

Vessel Name:

Siem Spearfish

Equipment:

Water treatment

Type:

Reverse osmosis unit, Sand filter , Feed water pump,


Deacidification filter, Chemical cleaning tank

Supplier:

Enwa Production AB

Contact person:

Daniel Madsen

Supplier Address:

Backa strandgata 8, 422 46 Hisings Backa

Function:

Technical documentation engineer

Supplier Telephone:

+46 31 7429250

E-mail Address:

daniel.madsen@enwa.com

Supplier Country:

Sweden

Other Info:

Date
Signature/Stamp

Page 1

of 5

MDM 10-35
2012-02-09

Statement of Conformity: The objects of the declaration described below are in conformity with the requirement of the following documents;
Applicable Regulations or other stipulated Requirements and documents
Document No.

Title

Edition

Date of Issue

Objects of Declaration, in accordance with the hazardous materials found in Table A, B and C;
Component name/description

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Location onboard if
known

Reverse osmosis unit


Sand filter (RO 25T & 35T)
Feed water pump
Deacidification filter
Chemical cleaning tank

Amount
delivered
onboard

1
1
1
1
1

Page 2

of 5

Does the component


contain any hazardous
materials
Table A/B
YES/NO

Table C
YES/NO

No
No
No
No
No

Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No

If YES, please state


the MD ID No. for
the belonging Mat.
Decl.

MD RO 10-35
MD SA 650
MD FP BNM

MDM 10-35
2012-02-09

TABLE A
In pursuance of Resolution A.962.(23) and The International Convention for the Safe and Environmentally Sound Recycling of Ships.

No

Materials

Threshold levels (to be


developed)

A-1

Asbestos

No threshold level

A-2

Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs)

No threshold level

CFCs

A-3

Ozone
Depleting
Substances

Halons
Other fully halogenated CFCs
Carbon Tetrachloride

No threshold level

1,1,1 Trichloroethane (Methyl chloroform)


Hydrochlorofluorcarbons
Hydrobromofluorcarbons
Methyl bromide
Bromochloromethane
A-4

Organic
compounds

Anti-fouling systems containing


Organotin compounds as a biocide

2500 mg/kg

Page 3

of 5

MDM 10-35
2012-02-09

TABLE B
In pursuance of Resolution A.962.(23) and The International Convention for the Safe and Environmentally Sound Recycling of Ships.

No

Materials

Threshold levels (to be


developed)

B-1

Cadmium and Cadmium Compounds

100 mg/kg

B-2

Hexavalent Chromium and Hexavalent Chromium Compounds

1,000 mg/kg

B-3

Lead and Lead Compounds

1,000 mg/kg

B-4

Mercury and Mercury Compounds

1,000 mg/kg

B-5

Polybrominated Biphenyl (PBBs)

1,000 mg/kg

B-6

Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers (PBDEs)

1,000 mg/kg

B-7

Polychlorinated naphthalenes (more than 3 chlorine atoms)

No threshold level

B-8

Radioactive Substances

No threshold level

B-9

Certain Shortchain Chlorinated Paraffins (Alkanes, C10-C13, chlor

1%

Page 4

of 5

MDM 10-35
2012-02-09

TABLE C
No
C-1
C-2

In pursuance of Resolution A.962.(23) and The International Convention for the Safe and Environmentally Sound Recycling of Ships.

Materials
Oils

Threshold levels (to be developed)


Lubricating oil
Hydraulic oil

C-3

Grease

C-4

Antifreeze fluids

C-5

Liquids

Chemical refrigerants

C-6

Battery Electrolyte

C-7

Anti-seize compounds

C-8

Other Liquids

C-9

Lead acid batteries

C-10

Extinguishants

C-11

Epoxy Resins

C-12

Solids

Copper

C-13

Antimony, Arsenic, Beryllium, Selenium,


Tellurium and Thallium, and also
compounds of these

C-14

Zinc

C-15

Printed circuit boards

C-16

PVC/GRP/Thermoplastic elastomers

C-17

Polyurethane foams

C-18

Electronic waste

C-19

Other substances

C-20
C-21

Gases

Acetylene
CO2

C-22

Nitrogen

C-23

Other gases
Page 5

of 5

MD SA650
2012-02-09

MD

Suppliers Material Declaration

In pursuance of Resolution A.962.(23) and The International Convention for the Safe and Environmentally Sound Recycling of Ships.

MD ID No.

Signature
and
stamp

MD SA650
Sand filter
117kg ( empty)

Component name
Components weight
Supplier:

ENWA Production AB

Suppliers contact
person:

Daniel Madsen

Supplier Address:

Backa strandgata 8, 422 46 Hisings Backa

Supplier Country:

Sweden

Supplier Telephone:

+46 31 7429250

Supplier E-mail:

daniel.madsen@enwa.com

Producer:

Lorivan (coated steel tank), Siata (valve manifold)

Producers name on component:

310-303 (coated steel tank), V350FFE058 (valve manifold)

Suppliers name on component:


Component number:

SA 650

Component information:

Termoplastic coated 520 liters steel tank equipped with ABS plasitic valve manifold.

Component group (Please see form with groups below)

6G

Place the component in the correct component-group: (Example: Thrusters will be found in 3A, Furniture in 4D etc.

Page 1

of 9

MD SA650
2012-02-09
1. Hull

2. Equipment for
Cargo

3. Ship equipment

4. Equipment for
Crew and Passengers

5. Machinery Main
Components

6. Systems for
Machinery Main
Components

7. Ship Common
Systems

Hull Materials

Hatches/Ports

Manouvr Machinery &


Equipm (Thrusters,
steering gear, DPS etc)

Lifesaving, Smoke
Detectors/ Medical
Equipm

Diesel Engines for


Propulsion

Fuel Systems

Ballast and Bilge


Systems, Gutter
Pipes

Paint

Cargo Handling
Equipment

Navigation/Search
Equipment (Radar,
gyro, autopilot,
antenna, nav syst etc)

Insulation, panels,
bulkheads, doors

Steam Machinery for


Propulsion

Lube Oil Systems

Fire & Lifeboat


Alarm, Fire Fighting
& Wash Down Syst

Ext / Internal
Cathodic
Protection

Deck Cranes for


Cargo

Communication
Equipment (Radio,
VHF/UHF, typhon etc)

Internal Deck
Covering, Ladders,
Steps etc

Other types of
Propulsion Mach

Cooling Systems

Air & Sounding


Systems from Tanks
to Deck

Tanks

Load/Discharge
System for Cargo

Anchor, Mooring,
Towing Equipm

Furniture, Inventory

Propellers,
Transmissions etc

Compressed Air
Systems

Special Common
Hydr Oil Systems

Rudder and
Rudder Trunks

Freezing/Refr System
for Cargo

Repair/Maintenance
Cleaning Equipment

Galley, Pantry,
Provision Plants,
Laundry Equipm

Boilers, Steam and


Gas Generators

Exhaust Systems and


Air Intakes

Central Heat
Transfer Systems
w/Chem Fluids-Oil

Insulation used
in Entire Vessel

Gas/Vent System for


Cargo

Lifting/Transport
Equipment

Ventilation / Air
Cond / Heating

Motor Aggregates for


Main Electric Power
Production

Steam, Condensate
and Feed Water
Systems

Common Electric and


Electronic Systems

Insulation for
Refrigeration
Piping

Masts/Derrick Posts,
Rigging and Winches
for Cargo

Special Equipment
(aux vessels,
drilling/diving
Equipment etc)

Sanitary Systems
with discharges, Acc
Drain Systems

Other Aggregates
and Generators for
Main/Emergency El.
Power Prod

Distilled and MakeUp Water Systems

Electric Power
Supply (Generators,
Batteries, chargers,
converters etc)

Insulation for
Exhaust Piping
System

ROV-Equipment

Transp Equipm;
Helideck, Elevators,
Gangways

Nuclear Reactor
Plants

Automation Systems
for Machinery

Common
El.Distribution
Systems (Sw.boards,
starters, distr.panels)

Loose Equipment/
Spare parts

Incinerators

Page 2

El. Installations
(Cables, lightning,
fans, el. Motors etc)

of 9

MD SA650
2012-02-09

Potentially Hazardous Materials in the component;


Table A Materials
TABLE

Material name

CAS. No.

Threshold
level

Material
content
Kg/Ltr/m2/m3
Amount pr. unit

Asbestos

No thr. level

PCBs

No thr. level

CFCs

Halons
Ozone
Depleting
Substances

Other fully halogenated CFCs


Carbon Tetrachloride

No
Threshold
Level

Methyl Chloroform
Hydrochlorofluorocarbons
Hydrobromofluorcarbons
Methyl bromide
Bromochloromethane

Anti-fouling systems containing


Organotin compounds as a biocide

2500 mg
total tin/kg

Page 3

of 9

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Materials location in part/system

MD SA650
2012-02-09

Table B Materials
TABLE

Material name

CAS. No.

Threshold
level

Material
content
Kg/Ltr/m2/m3

Material information / location on


component

Amount pr. unit

Cadmium and Cadmium Compounds

100 mg/kg

Hexavalent Chromium and Hexavalent Chromium


Compounds

1,000 mg/kg

Lead and Lead Compounds

1,000 mg/kg

Mercury and Mercury Compounds

1,000 mg/kg

PBBs

1,000 mg/kg

PBDEs

1,000 mg/kg

Polychlorinated naphtalenes

No thr. level

Radioactive Substances

No thr. level

Certain Shortchain Chlorinated Paraffins

1%

Paint on vessels hull and/or equipment


TABLE

Name of Paint

Hazardous Material

Amount

0
B

Page 4

of 9

Location/Cas. no

MD SA650
2012-02-09

Electronic Components/ Electronic Waste that may contain Hazardous Materials


TABLE

Type of Electronic Component/Electronic waste

Components weight

Material Information / location on component

Amount in kgs pr. unit


Solenoid valves

0.5

Plastic Materials that may contain Hazardous Materials


TABLE

Type of plastic

Material Content

Material Information / location on component

Amount in kgs pr. unit

PVC

0.3

Distributor inside tank.

GRP/FRP

3.6

Glass fiber reinforced ABS plastic valve manifold.

Thermoplastic Elastomers

13

SteelPex coating in & out side steel tank.

Polyurethane Foams

Other plastics

1.3

ABS Plastic piping inside tank.

Page 5

of 9

MD SA650
2012-02-09

Oils, Liquids, Solids and Gases


Material name

TABLE

Material content
Kg/Ltr/m2/m3

Material Information / location on component

Amount pr. unit

Oils

C
Liquids

Solids

Gases

Lubricating oil

Hydraulic oil

Grease

Antifreeze fluids

Chem. Refrigerants

Battery Electrolyte

Anti-seize compounds

Other liquids

Lead Acid Batteries

Extinguishants

Epoxy Resins

Copper

Zinc

Antimony and compounds

Arsenic and compounds

Beryllium and compounds

Selenium and compounds

Tellurium and compounds

Thallium and compounds

Others

98kg

Acetylene

CO2

Nitrogen

Other gases

Page 6

of 9

Steel

MD SA650
2012-02-09

Examples on where to find the Hazardous Materials


Table A Materials
Asbestos

Insulation, brake pads and shoes, gaskets, fire proofing

PCBs

In transformers and capacitors, hydraulic fluids, adhesives, paint, flame


retardants

CFCs

Flame retardants, fire Extinguishants, refrigerants, propellants and solvents

Halons

Flame retardants, fire Extinguishants, refrigerants, propellants and solvents

Carbon Tetrachloride

Refrigerants, propellants, dry-cleaning solvents

Methyl Chloroform

Solvent for adhesives, metal degreasing, textile processing/dry cleaning

Hydrochlorofluorcarbons (HCFC)

Flame retardants, fire Extinguishants, refrigerants, propellants and solvents

Hydrobromofluorcarbons

Blowing agent in foam plastics (PUR), Solvent, Cooling agent

Methyl Bromide

Pesticide, fumigant, solvent

Bromochloromethane

Fire Extinguishants

Anti-fouling systems containing


Organotin compounds as a biocide

In marine paints, antifungal in cooling tower and refrigerating water system


Marine anti-biofouling agents

Page 7

of 9

MD SA650
2012-02-09

Table B Materials
Cadmium and Cadmium Compounds

Batteries, electroplating, as stabilizers in plastics and PVC, bearings, anodes

Hexavalent Chromium and Hexavalent Chromium Compounds

Stainless steel, anti-corrosion and conversion coatings

Lead and Lead Compounds

Lead batteries, solders, alloys, vinyl tubing in electric wiring, in paint,


electronic equipment, connectors, high voltage power cables, couplings

Mercury and Mercury Compounds

Thermometers, barometers, manometers, float valves, electronic


equipment

PBBs

Flame retardants in plastics and el. appliances, el. motors, el. cabinets

PBDEs

Flame retardants in electronics, building materials, plastics, polyurethane


foams, textiles etc

Polychlorinated Naphtalenes

Neoprene rubber, insulation for el.wires, rubber and plastic additives

Radioactive Substances

Smoke detectors etc

Certain Shortchained Chlorinated Paraffins

As Flame retardants, as plasticizers, in paints and coatings, lubricants

Page 8

of 9

MD SA650
2012-02-09

Table C Materials
Lubrication Oils

Machinery, pumps, compressors

Hydraulic Oils

Hydraulic machinery and systems, cranes, winches

Grease

See lubrication oils

Antifreeze fluids

HVAC chillers, solar water heaters, cooling systems

Chemical Refrigerants

Refrigerated spaces, chillers, galley equipment, air conditioners

Battery Electrolyte

Batteries

Anti-seize compounds

On metal to protect against seizure, rust and corrosion

Lead Acid Batteries

Emergency, radios, fire alarms, start up, lifeboats, UPS

Extinguishants

Fire Equipment

Epoxy Resins

Coatings, electrical insulation, transistors, printed circuit boards, plastics

Copper

El. cables, anodes, piping, refrigeration- and air conditioning equipment

Zinc

Paint, anodes, galvanized components

Antimony and Antimony Compounds

Semiconductors, flame-proofing compounds, alloys, in plastics/rubber

Arsenic and Arsenic Compounds

Paint on ships structure

Beryllium and Beryllium Compounds

Alloys, communication/navigational system, heat conductors

Selenium and Selenium Compounds

Rectifiers, vulcanized rubbers, light meters

Tellurium and Tellurium Compounds

Alloys, semiconductors

Thallium and Thallium Compounds

Semiconductors, thermometers, electric power generation

Printed Circuit Boards

Electronic Equipment

PVC/GRP/Thermoplastic Elastomers

Insulation in el. cables, el. Equipment, etc

Polyurethane foams

Insulation

Electrical Waste

El. motors, el. devices, control cabinets, el. cables, light switches, capacitors

Acetylene

Welding equipment

Nitrogen

Air-processing, dielectric gas for high voltage, production of electronics

CO2

Fire protection

Page 9

of 9

MD FB BNM
2012-02-09

MD

Suppliers Material Declaration

In pursuance of Resolution A.962.(23) and The International Convention for the Safe and Environmentally Sound Recycling of Ships.

MD ID No.

Signature
and
stamp

MD FB BNM
Feed water pump
24kg

Component name
Components weight
Supplier:

ENWA Production AB

Suppliers contact
person:

Daniel Madsen

Supplier Address:

Backa strandgata 8, 422 46 Hisings Backa,

Supplier Country:

Sweden

Supplier Telephone:

+46 31 7429250

Supplier E-mail:

daniel.madsen@enwa.com

Producer:

Calpeda

Producers name on component:

Close coupled centrifugal pump with threaded ports

Suppliers name on component:


Component number:

BNM25/160AE

Component information:

Electrical driven centrifugal pump

Component group (Please see form with groups below)

6G

Place the component in the correct component-group: (Example: Thrusters will be found in 3A, Furniture in 4D etc.

Page 1

of 9

MD FB BNM
2012-02-09
1. Hull

2. Equipment for
Cargo

3. Ship equipment

4. Equipment for
Crew and Passengers

5. Machinery Main
Components

6. Systems for
Machinery Main
Components

7. Ship Common
Systems

Hull Materials

Hatches/Ports

Manouvr Machinery &


Equipm (Thrusters,
steering gear, DPS etc)

Lifesaving, Smoke
Detectors/ Medical
Equipm

Diesel Engines for


Propulsion

Fuel Systems

Ballast and Bilge


Systems, Gutter
Pipes

Paint

Cargo Handling
Equipment

Navigation/Search
Equipment (Radar,
gyro, autopilot,
antenna, nav syst etc)

Insulation, panels,
bulkheads, doors

Steam Machinery for


Propulsion

Lube Oil Systems

Fire & Lifeboat


Alarm, Fire Fighting
& Wash Down Syst

Ext / Internal
Cathodic
Protection

Deck Cranes for


Cargo

Communication
Equipment (Radio,
VHF/UHF, typhon etc)

Internal Deck
Covering, Ladders,
Steps etc

Other types of
Propulsion Mach

Cooling Systems

Air & Sounding


Systems from Tanks
to Deck

Tanks

Load/Discharge
System for Cargo

Anchor, Mooring,
Towing Equipm

Furniture, Inventory

Propellers,
Transmissions etc

Compressed Air
Systems

Special Common
Hydr Oil Systems

Rudder and
Rudder Trunks

Freezing/Refr System
for Cargo

Repair/Maintenance
Cleaning Equipment

Galley, Pantry,
Provision Plants,
Laundry Equipm

Boilers, Steam and


Gas Generators

Exhaust Systems and


Air Intakes

Central Heat
Transfer Systems
w/Chem Fluids-Oil

Insulation used
in Entire Vessel

Gas/Vent System for


Cargo

Lifting/Transport
Equipment

Ventilation / Air
Cond / Heating

Motor Aggregates for


Main Electric Power
Production

Steam, Condensate
and Feed Water
Systems

Common Electric and


Electronic Systems

Insulation for
Refrigeration
Piping

Masts/Derrick Posts,
Rigging and Winches
for Cargo

Special Equipment
(aux vessels,
drilling/diving
Equipment etc)

Sanitary Systems
with discharges, Acc
Drain Systems

Other Aggregates
and Generators for
Main/Emergency El.
Power Prod

Distilled and MakeUp Water Systems

Electric Power
Supply (Generators,
Batteries, chargers,
converters etc)

Insulation for
Exhaust Piping
System

ROV-Equipment

Transp Equipm;
Helideck, Elevators,
Gangways

Nuclear Reactor
Plants

Automation Systems
for Machinery

Common
El.Distribution
Systems (Sw.boards,
starters, distr.panels)

Loose Equipment/
Spare parts

Incinerators

Page 2

El. Installations
(Cables, lightning,
fans, el. Motors etc)

of 9

MD FB BNM
2012-02-09

Potentially Hazardous Materials in the component;


Table A Materials
TABLE

Material name

CAS. No.

Threshold
level

Material
content
Kg/Ltr/m2/m3
Amount pr. unit

Asbestos

No thr. level

PCBs

No thr. level

CFCs

Halons
Ozone
Depleting
Substances

Other fully halogenated CFCs


Carbon Tetrachloride

No
Threshold
Level

Methyl Chloroform
Hydrochlorofluorocarbons
Hydrobromofluorcarbons
Methyl bromide
Bromochloromethane

Anti-fouling systems containing


Organotin compounds as a biocide

2500 mg
total tin/kg

Page 3

of 9

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Materials location in part/system

MD FB BNM
2012-02-09

Table B Materials
TABLE

Material name

CAS. No.

Threshold
level

Material
content
Kg/Ltr/m2/m3

Material information / location on


component

Amount pr. unit

Cadmium and Cadmium Compounds

100 mg/kg

Hexavalent Chromium and Hexavalent Chromium


Compounds

1,000 mg/kg

Lead and Lead Compounds

1,000 mg/kg

Mercury and Mercury Compounds

1,000 mg/kg

PBBs

1,000 mg/kg

PBDEs

1,000 mg/kg

Polychlorinated naphtalenes

No thr. level

Radioactive Substances

No thr. level

Certain Shortchain Chlorinated Paraffins

1%

Paint on vessels hull and/or equipment


TABLE

Name of Paint

Hazardous Material

Amount

0
B

Page 4

of 9

Location/Cas. no

MD FB BNM
2012-02-09

Electronic Components/ Electronic Waste that may contain Hazardous Materials


TABLE

Type of Electronic Component/Electronic waste

Components weight

Material Information / location on component

Amount in kgs pr. unit


0

Plastic Materials that may contain Hazardous Materials


TABLE

Type of plastic

Material Content
Amount in kgs pr. unit

PVC

GRP/FRP

Thermoplastic Elastomers

Polyurethane Foams

Other plastics

Page 5

of 9

Material Information / location on component

MD FB BNM
2012-02-09

Oils, Liquids, Solids and Gases


TABLE

Material name

Material content
Kg/Ltr/m2/m3

Material Information / location on component

Amount pr. unit


Oils

C
Liquids

Solids

Gases

Lubricating oil

Hydraulic oil

Grease

Antifreeze fluids

Chem. Refrigerants

Battery Electrolyte

Anti-seize compounds

Other liquids

Lead Acid Batteries

Extinguishants

Epoxy Resins

Copper

1.25kg

Zinc

Antimony and compounds

Arsenic and compounds

Beryllium and compounds

Selenium and compounds

Tellurium and compounds

Thallium and compounds

Others

22.75kg

Acetylene

CO2

Nitrogen

Other gases

Page 6

of 9

Inside electrical motor

Bronze, Aluminium and steel

MD FB BNM
2012-02-09

Examples on where to find the Hazardous Materials


Table A Materials
Asbestos

Insulation, brake pads and shoes, gaskets, fire proofing

PCBs

In transformers and capacitors, hydraulic fluids, adhesives, paint, flame


retardants

CFCs

Flame retardants, fire Extinguishants, refrigerants, propellants and solvents

Halons

Flame retardants, fire Extinguishants, refrigerants, propellants and solvents

Carbon Tetrachloride

Refrigerants, propellants, dry-cleaning solvents

Methyl Chloroform

Solvent for adhesives, metal degreasing, textile processing/dry cleaning

Hydrochlorofluorcarbons (HCFC)

Flame retardants, fire Extinguishants, refrigerants, propellants and solvents

Hydrobromofluorcarbons

Blowing agent in foam plastics (PUR), Solvent, Cooling agent

Methyl Bromide

Pesticide, fumigant, solvent

Bromochloromethane

Fire Extinguishants

Anti-fouling systems containing


Organotin compounds as a biocide

In marine paints, antifungal in cooling tower and refrigerating water system


Marine anti-biofouling agents

Page 7

of 9

MD FB BNM
2012-02-09

Table B Materials
Cadmium and Cadmium Compounds

Batteries, electroplating, as stabilizers in plastics and PVC, bearings, anodes

Hexavalent Chromium and Hexavalent Chromium Compounds

Stainless steel, anti-corrosion and conversion coatings

Lead and Lead Compounds

Lead batteries, solders, alloys, vinyl tubing in electric wiring, in paint,


electronic equipment, connectors, high voltage power cables, couplings

Mercury and Mercury Compounds

Thermometers, barometers, manometers, float valves, electronic


equipment

PBBs

Flame retardants in plastics and el. appliances, el. motors, el. cabinets

PBDEs

Flame retardants in electronics, building materials, plastics, polyurethane


foams, textiles etc

Polychlorinated Naphtalenes

Neoprene rubber, insulation for el.wires, rubber and plastic additives

Radioactive Substances

Smoke detectors etc

Certain Shortchained Chlorinated Paraffins

As Flame retardants, as plasticizers, in paints and coatings, lubricants

Page 8

of 9

MD FB BNM
2012-02-09

Table C Materials
Lubrication Oils

Machinery, pumps, compressors

Hydraulic Oils

Hydraulic machinery and systems, cranes, winches

Grease

See lubrication oils

Antifreeze fluids

HVAC chillers, solar water heaters, cooling systems

Chemical Refrigerants

Refrigerated spaces, chillers, galley equipment, air conditioners

Battery Electrolyte

Batteries

Anti-seize compounds

On metal to protect against seizure, rust and corrosion

Lead Acid Batteries

Emergency, radios, fire alarms, start up, lifeboats, UPS

Extinguishants

Fire Equipment

Epoxy Resins

Coatings, electrical insulation, transistors, printed circuit boards, plastics

Copper

El. cables, anodes, piping, refrigeration- and air conditioning equipment

Zinc

Paint, anodes, galvanized components

Antimony and Antimony Compounds

Semiconductors, flame-proofing compounds, alloys, in plastics/rubber

Arsenic and Arsenic Compounds

Paint on ships structure

Beryllium and Beryllium Compounds

Alloys, communication/navigational system, heat conductors

Selenium and Selenium Compounds

Rectifiers, vulcanized rubbers, light meters

Tellurium and Tellurium Compounds

Alloys, semiconductors

Thallium and Thallium Compounds

Semiconductors, thermometers, electric power generation

Printed Circuit Boards

Electronic Equipment

PVC/GRP/Thermoplastic Elastomers

Insulation in el. cables, el. Equipment, etc

Polyurethane foams

Insulation

Electrical Waste

El. motors, el. devices, control cabinets, el. cables, light switches, capacitors

Acetylene

Welding equipment

Nitrogen

Air-processing, dielectric gas for high voltage, production of electronics

CO2

Fire protection

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