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ASME B73.1 Chemical Processing Pump

Model A9

Wilfley Model A9 Features and Benefits


The new expeller provides increased dynamic sealing with lower power consumption and longer wear life DryLock II static seal re-engineered for reliable sealing and available in a variety of material combinations Robust shaft design optimized to achieve lower L3/D4 ratios to minimize deflections at seal faces for maximum seal life and reliability Optimized hydraulics available in a large selection of alloys to meet your specific requirements Heavy duty case design available in both 150 and 300 lbs. flanges Alloy shaft sleeve to fully isolate the shaft from any contact with the pumpage Case and expeller cavity drain options are available (not shown) Expeller/Seal flush capability Convenient Lifting point Stainless steel labyrinth oil seals to prevent contamination are identical on both inboard and outboard locations for ease in assembly and inventory

Extreme Duty Bearings Option availavle for severe high horsepower applications

Easy internal adjustments via external adjustment bolts Large sight glasses on both sides to verify oil level 2-piece bearing frame optimized for maximum horsepower capabilities Frame adapters available in duplex stainless steel, designed to protect the bearing unit from pumpage

Wilfley Model A9 Chemical Processing Pumps

ASME B73.1 Wilfleys Model A9 pump series is conservatively designed and robustly constructed to offer high reliability in the most difficult pumping applications. The Model A9 is an end-suction, single stage centrifugal pump that meets or exceeds ASME B73.1 requirements. It handles liquids that are highly corrosive and abrasive. Discharge sizes range from 1 (25mm) to 8 (200mm) in diameter. Flow rates range to over 5,280 USGPM (1,200 m3/hr).

Traditionof Innovation and Quality Arthur Redman Wilfley was an inventor and entrepreneur. He began working on centrifugal pumps in 1902. Wilfleys first commercially available pump was sold in 1919 and was built around his unique concept of the expeller for hydraulic sealing. He continued to perfect the expeller design and received a patent in 1920. The Wilfley expeller continues to be the unique hallmark of Wilfley pumps.

Arthur Redman Wilfley (1860-1927)

Frame 2 Model A9 Chemical Pump

Ultimate Seal Flexibility The Model A9 pump is available with the Wilfley dynamic seal where the rotating expeller component creates a hydraulic seal that moves the pumpage away from the shaft penetration while the pump is operating. Benefits include operation without rubbing seal contact, no heat generation, no continuous seal water required, no gland packing, and the ability to operate under less-ideal conditions including the ability to run dry. The Wilfley Drylock II static seal is engineered and tested to provide positive sealing at pump shutdown. The Model A9 pump is also available in a wide selection of commercially available single and double mechanical seals.

Wilfley hydraulic seal in actual operation

When an ordinary pump is not enough


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Wilfley DryLock II Seal

DryLock II Features The Drylock II is Wilfleys latest version of a positive static seal to prevent product leakage as the Model A9 pump shuts down and dynamic sealing is lost. The actuator assembly contains stainless steel balls that, as the pump starts up and the assembly rotates on the shaft, the balls centrifugally move outward in fixed slots contacting and moving an actuator plate to open the seals (rotating and stationary seal components). The dynamic seal evacuates the liquid in the seal chamber to the point where there is an equalized balance between the pumpage and atmosphere. The Wilfley dynamic seal with Drylock II operates without seal components in rubbing contact or backup packing. This eliminates the need for flush water in most cases. As the pump is shut down, the centrifugal force of the steel balls is diminished and a spring forces the seal components together to prevent product leakage. The Drylock II can be supplied as a total cartridge assembly or individual components can be easily replaced in the field. Precise in-field adjustment is also easily accomplished without the need of special tools.

Actuator Assembly

Wilfley Options Seal

Seal flush capability when required (startup/shutdown) Seal cartridge offers easy adjustment to precisely set the seal opening Rotary and stationary seal components are available in a variety of materials Corrosion resistant composite ball housing reduces rotating mass and saves energy Pump Off/ Seal Closed DryLock II - Style A2 (For higher solids concentrations)

Flow interruptor

Seal housing with drip lip also available Isolated spring for reliable seal closure Shaft sleeve positively isolates the shaft from the pumpage Toleranced bushing to limit leakage Seal drain

Mechanical Seal (Tapered Bore)

Pump Running/ Seal Open Actuator assembly can be fitted with a varied number of steel balls to precisely control the static seal operation as it varies with pump speed

DryLock II - Style A1

Mechanical Seal (Straight Bore)


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Model A9 Pump Capacities

60 Cycle Performance

Frame 1
7

Frame 2

Frame 3

Frame 4

50 Cycle Performance

Frame 1

Frame 2

Frame 3

Frame 4
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Materials of Construction

Materials The Wilfley Model A9 pump is available in any machinable alloy to meet a wide range of pumping requirements. Materials of construction include, but are not limited to: ductile iron, duplex and super duplex stainless steels, nickel alloys, hard irons and a variety of austenitic stainless steels including Alloy 20 (CN7M), 304L (CF3) and 316L (CF3M). Wilfleys engineering and metallurgical staff has the knowledge and expertise to assist you in material selection. Wilfley maintains an extensive library of pumping services and corrosion/abrasion data. Wilfley also performs ongoing testing to evaluate the effects of abrasion and corrosion on a variety of materials.

To assist with material selection, Wilfley can provide material coupons for testing in your particular application followed by a material deterioration analysis report. Wilfleys in-house metallurgical resources have developed unique materials to survive in the most hostile environments. These proprietary materials were developed to extend the erosion/corrosion performance and reliability of the Model A9 pump in the most difficult applications. WCD4 Wilfleys improved CD4MCu duplex stainless steel offers 40% higher hardness, 42% increased tensile strength, 65% increase in yield strength, resulting in a lower wear rate and higher corrosion resistance than the industry standard CD4MCu.

MAXALLOY 5A is a proprietary high-chrome hard iron providing material hardness at a minimum of 720 HBN with a tensile strength of 110,000 PSI for the most difficult abrasive services. MAXALLOY 10 is a proprietary high-chrome iron for applications where both erosive and corrosion wear. It offers a material hardness of 365-420 HBN and can be applied in low- pH applications. Alloy C Max is a Wilfley specially processed proprietary material that offers a 70% better corrosion performance than the equivalent standard Alloy C.

Alloys specially engineered to meet your needs

Item Number Power End 2A 2B 2D 2E 2K 3B 3E 3F 3G 3H 3M Seal Wet End 9 10 11 12 14 16 17 1. 2. 3. 4.

Item Name Bearing Frame Frame Bracket Frame Foot Inboard Bearing Cover Oil Sight Glass Shaft INPRO VBXS Oil Seal Bearing Locknut Outboard Bearing O-ring, Bearing Carrier Inboard Bearing Drylock II Cap Screw O-ring, Seal Housing Case Plate Case Gasket Expeller Impeller Casing

Ductile Iron

316SS

Material CD4MCu Ductile Iron Ductile Iron1

WCD4TM

Alloy 20

Ductile Iron 316SS Glass/Steel SAE43402 303SS Steel Double-Row Deep Groove3 Viton Single-Row Deep Groove Ductile Iron 316SS CD4MCu 18-8 Viton 4 CD4MCu Gylon CD4MCu CD4MCu CD4MCu WCD4TM Alloy 20

Ductile Iron Ductile Iron Ductile Iron Ductile Iron

316SS 316SS 316SS 316SS

WCD4TM WCD4TM WCD4TM WCD4TM

Alloy 20 Alloy 20 Alloy 20 Alloy 20

CD4MCu Optional 316SS, Nitronic 50, Ferralium 255 Optional 2x Single-Row Angular Contact Optional Kalrez, Teflon-Coated Viton, EPDM Optional

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Model A9 Options and Engineering Specials

Features Heavy-duty bearings Oil-lubricated bearings Labyrinth bearing seal (303SS) Frame, adapter, and bearing carrier material: Ductile iron Frame with 2 oil level sight glasses O-Ring material: Viton

Options Extreme-duty bearings (F2, F3, F4)

Engineered Specials Grease lub. Magnetic bearing seal

Adapter material: 316SS/CD4 Oil cooling provisions Kalrez, Teflon encapsulated

Wet end material: G30, HB, CW-2M DI, 316SS, A20, WCD4, High Nickel Alloy, Max5/Max8 Wet end without connections 2 NPT case drain connection Steam jacket for case Steam jacket for SSR housing
1 1

4 NPT gauge connection

150 lb. raised faced flanges Base plate material: Fabricated steel, cast iron DryLock II seal (type A1, A2) Flush connections: Seal, expeller (& drain)

300 lb. raised faced flanges Nonmetallic, stainless steel Mechanical seal
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150/300 lbs. flat faced flanges Special fabrications Packing Flushing hardware

4 NPT expeller cavity drain

Special Modifications Wilfley is dedicated to manufacturing pumps that meet your special needs. Wilfley routinely accommodates and engineers solutions for special requests such as for pumps with steam jackets, thermal probe sensors on cases, flush ports, special drain plugs and drain valves. Special motor and drive configurations with pumps mounted on common bases can be supplied with either fabricated, cast or with nonmetallic base options. Pump with vibration monitoring, thermal probes for temperature monitoring, steam jackets, and flush/drain system for shutdown.

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Construction Details

Frame 1
AA-6 AB-6 AC-6 3x2-6 AA-8 A50-8 A60-8 3x2-8 A70-8 4x3-8 1.5x1-6 3x1.5-6 1.5x1-8 3x1.5-8

Frame 2
2x1-10 3x1.5-10 3x2-10 4x3-10 6x4-10 3x1.5-13 3x2-13

Frame 3
4x3-13 4x3-13H 6x4-13 6x4-13H 8x6-13

Frame 4
8x6-15 8x6-15H 10x8-17 10x8-17H

A05-10 A50-10 A60-10 A70-10 A80-10 A20-13 A30-13 A40-13 A40-13 A80-13 A80-13 A90-13 A110-15 A110-15 A120-17 A120-17

General kg Max. F Working C Temp. Max. psi Working Pressure kPa Max. in. Solids mm Size Shaft Diameter at Impeller in. mm 1.00 25.4 1.375 34.9 0.875 22.2 2.00 50.8 6.45 163.8 3.14 79.8 1.25 31.8 1.530 38.9 1.125 28.6 2.60 66.0 6.76 171.8 7.79 197.8 1.625 41.3 1.938 49.2 1.625 41.3 2.84 72.1 7.83 198.8 6.63 168.4 2.25 57.2 2.625 66.7 2.375 60.3 4.3 109.2 10.29 261.4 9.99 253.7 Pump Weight lbs 145 66 150 68 170 77 145 66 305 138 315 143 325 147 290 132 295 134 310 141 335 152 420 190 440 200 450 204 480 218 480 218 520 236 520 236 960 1,100 1,100 1,250 1,250 435 499 499 400 205 300 1,015 8
3 3

567

567

400 205 300 1,015


3

400 205 300 1,015 4


5 1

400 205 300 1,015 8


3 3

16

16

10

10

10

10

10

10

10

10

10

10

13

13

13

13

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Diameter in. at Sleeve mm Diameter in. at Coupling mm Diameter in. between Bearings mm in. Shaft Overhang mm Bearing Span in. mm

Bearings Heavy Duty Radial Bearing Heavy Duty Thrust Bearing Extreme Duty Radial Bearing Extreme Duty Thrust Bearing 12 6308 5208A N/A N/A 6311 5310A 6311 7310BECB 6312 5312A 21312E 7312BECB 6319 7319BECB 21319E 7319BECB

Dimensions

Pump Dimensions
Frame Size

Dimensions in inches (millimeters) Dimension Designation AA 1 AB AC AA A50 A60 A70 2 A05 A50 A60 A70 A80 A20 A30 3 A40 A40 A80 A80 A90 A110 4 A110 A120 A120 Pump Size 1.5x1-6 3x1.5-6 3x2-6 1.5x1-8 3x1.5-8 3x2-8 4x3-8 2x1-10 3x1.5-10 3x2-10 4x3-10 6x4-10 3x1.5-13 3x2-13 4x3-13 4x3-13H 6x4-13 6x4-13H 8x6-13 8x6-15 8x6-15H 10x8-17 10x8-17H CP 17.5 (445) 17.5 (445) 17.5 (445) 17.5 (445) 23.5 (597) 23.5 (597) 23.5 (597) 23.5 (597) 23.5 (597) 23.5 (597) 23.5 (597) 23.5 (597) 23.5 (597) 23.5 (597) 23.5 (597) 23.5 (597) 23.5 (597) 23.5 (597) 33.875 (860) 33.875 (860) 33.875 (860) 33.875 (860) 33.875 (860) D 5.25 (133) 5.25 (133) 5.25 (133) 5.25 (133) 8.25 (210) 8.25 (210) 8.25 (210) 8.25 (210) 8.25 (210) 8.25 (210) 8.25 (210) 10 (254) 10 (254) 10 (254) 10 (254) 10 (254) 10 (254) 10 (254) 14.5 (368) 14.5 (368) 14.5 (368) 14.5 (368) 14.5 (368) X 6.5 (165) 6.5 (165) 6.5 (165) 6.5 (165) 8.5 (216) 9.5 (242) 11 (280) 8.5 (216) 8.5 (216) 9.5 (242) 11 (280) 13.5 (343) 10.5 (266) 11.5 (292) 12.5 (318) 12.5 (318) 13.5 (343) 13.5 (343) 16 (406) 18 (457) 18 (457) 19 (483) 19 (483) Y 4 (102) 4 (102) 4 (102) 4 (102) 4 (102) 4 (102) 4 (102) 4 (102) 4 (102) 4 (102) 4 (102) 4 (102) 4 (102) 4 (102) 4 (102) 4 (102) 4 (102) 4 (102) 6 (152) 6 (152) 6 (152) 6 (152) 6 (152) U 0.875 (22) 0.875 (22) 0.875 (22) 0.875 (22) 1.125 (29) 1.125 (29) 1.125 (29) 1.125 (29) 1.125 (29) 1.125 (29) 1.125 (29) 1.125 (29) 1.625 (41) 1.625 (41) 1.625 (41) 1.625 (41) 1.625 (41) 1.625 (41) 2.375 (60.33) 2.375 (60.33) 2.375 (60.33) 2.375 (60.33) 2.375 (60.33) HT 3.75 (95) 3.75 (95) 3.75 (95) 3.75 (95) 3.75 (95) 3.75 (95) 3.75 (95) 3.75 (95) 3.75 (95) 3.75 (95) 3.75 (95) 3.75 (95) 3.75 (95) 3.75 (95) 3.75 (95) 3.75 (95) 3.75 (95) 3.75 (95) 3.75 (95) 3.75 (95) 3.75 (95) 3.75 (95) 3.75 (95)

Base Dimensions (not for construction)


Dimensions in inches (millimeters) Frame Base Size 139 1 148 245 252 2, 3 258 264 268 280 368 4 380 398 1. 2. NEMA Motor 143T-184T 213T-256T 143T-184T 213T-215T 254T-286T 404T-405TS 284T-286T 324T-405T IEC Motor 80M-90L HA (MAX) 15 (381) HB 39 (991) 48 (1219) 53 (1346) 45 (1143) 58 (1473)
1

HD 9 (229) 10.5 (267) 12.88 (327)


1 2 2

HE 4.5 (114) 6 (152)

HF 36.5 (927)

HG (MAX) 3.75 (95)

HH 0.75 (19) 0.75 (19) 0.75 (19) 0.75 (19) 0.75 (19) 1.00 (25) 1.00 (25) 1.00 (25) 1.00 (25) 1.00 (25) 1.00 (25) 1.00 (25)

HL 4.5 (114) 4.5 (114) 4.5 (114) 4.5 (114) 4.5 (114) 4.5 (114) 4.5 (114) 4.5 (114) 4.5 (114) 4.5 (165) 4.5 (165) 4.5 (165)

HP 1.25 (32) 1.25 (32) 1.25 (32) 1.25 (32) 1.25 (32) 1.25 (32) 1.25 (32) 1.25 (32) 1.25 (32) 1.25 (32) 1.25 (32) 1.25 (32)

132M-160L 18 (457) 100L-132M 15 (381) 160M-180L 18 (457) 200L 250M 180L 21 (533) 26 (660) 26 (660) 26 (660)

45.5 (1156) 4.13 (105)

153 284TS-326TS 180M-180L 21 (533)

7.5 (191) 50.5 (1283) 4.75 (121) 6 (152) 49.5 (1257) 4.13 (105)

12 (305 ) 13.75 (349 ) 4.5 (114) 42.5 (1080) 3.75 (95) 131(3531) 14.752(3752) 7.5 (191) 55.5 (1410) 4.75 (121)
1 1 2 2

52 (1321) 12.381(3141) 14.132(3592)

324TS-365T 225S-225M 21 (533) 405T-449TS 280S-280M 26 (660) 200L-250M 26 (660)

64 (1626) 13.88 (353 ) 14.75 (375 ) 7.5 (191) 61.5 (1562) 4.75 (121) 68 (1727) 14.881(3781) 14.882(3782) 9.5 (241) 65.5 (1664) 4.75 (121) 80 (2032) 15.881(4031) 15.882(4032) 9.5 (241) 77.5 (1969) 4.75 (121) 68 (1727) 80 (2032) 98 (2489) 19.25 (489) 19.25 (489) 19.25 (489) 9.5 (241) 65.5 (1664) 4.75 (121) 9.5 (241) 77.5 (1969) 4.75 (121) 9.5 (241) 95.5 (2426) 4.75 (121)

444T-449TS 280S-315L

D=8.25 (210) D=10 (254)

The dimensions listed above conform to ASME B73.1 specifications and apply to fabricated and nonmetallic base plates only. Dimensions are different for iron bases. These dimensions are not for construction. Certified dimension prints are available for your specific installation.

All dimensions printed in black are in inches and those in red are the approximate equivalent in millimeters. Flanges are drilled to match ASME B16.5 150lbs.

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General Installation Recommendations

Ordering Information Wilfley pumps are engineered to operate in compliance with your specifications. Careful evaluation of pumping conditions is needed to provide accurate pump recommendations and quotations. This list will help establish specific pumping conditions: Liquid Specific Gravity (of pumpage) Percent solids (if any) Capacity (flow rate) Total head (pressure) NPSH available Temperature Viscosity Maximum suction pressure Minimum suction pressure

Choosing Pump Location The following recommendations may be helpful when choosing the best location for your pump: Locate the pump as close to the liquid source as practical so that the suction pipe is short and direct with a minimum of elbows, fittings and valves. Place the pump in a location so that the unit is accessible for inspection during operation as well as for maintenance operations involving removal and disassembly.

Alignment The pump and motor are aligned at the factory before shipment. Realignment may be necessary after the complete unit has been leveled on the foundation and after the foundation bolts have been tightened. Explicit directions for checking and aligning the pump components may be found in the Hydraulic Institute Standards. Piping Both suction and discharge pipes should be supported independently near the pump so that, when the flange bolts are tightened, no strain will be transmitted to the casing. A check valve should be installed in the discharge line to prevent fluid from flowing back through the pump while it is shut down. Valves should be installed in both discharge and suction lines to isolate the pump during maintenance. Care must be taken in sizing and locating suction piping to prevent cavitation.

Foundation The foundation should be sufficiently substantial to absorb any vibration and to form a permanent, rigid support. A concrete foundation on a solid base is satisfactory. Foundation bolts of the proper size should be embedded in the concrete located by the outline drawing.

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