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Operating and Maintenance Instructions

Progressing Cavity Pump


Spectra

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ProMinent Dosiertechnik GmbH 69123 Heidelberg Germany

BA SP 003 07/12 EN

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Operating and Maintenance Instructions
Progressing Cavity Pump
Spectra
ProMinent Dosiertechnik GmbH, 2005
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ProMinent Dosiertechnik GmbH
Im Schuhmachergewann 5-11
69123 Heidelberg Germany
Telefone: +49 6221 842-0
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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1 Safety Precautions

1.0

2 Description

2.0

3 Packing, Transportation, Storage

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4 Installation Instructions

4.0

5 Start-up

5.0

6 Temporary Shutdown

6.0

7 Maintenance

7.0

8 Trouble-Shooting and Remedying

8.0

9 Dismantling and Assembly of the Pump Housing

9.0

10 Dismantling and Assembly of the Rotating Parts

10.0

11 Removal and Fitting of the Connecting Shaft

11.0

12 Dismantling and Assembly of the Shaft Sealing

12.0

13 Recommended Stock of Wear Parts

13.0

14 List of Spares and Sectional Drawing

14.0

15 EC declaration of conformity

15.0

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Remark: Because of data transfer the text sheet printouts of our operating
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1 Safety Instructions
This manual contains basic instructions which
must be observed when installing, operating
and servicing the machine / equipment. It is
essential therefore for the user / installer or
responsible technician to read the manual
thoroughly prior to installation and operation.
A copy of the manual must always be at hand
where the machine / equipment is being used.
In addition to the general safety instructions
listed in this main section on safety, it is

necessary to observe the special safety rules


included in other sections of the manual, eg.
for private use.

1.1 Safety Signs


The signs below are printed in the manual as
general hazard / danger symbols to mark
those safety instructions whose non-observance can result in danger to personnel or to
the machine / equipment. These signs are:

Hazard sign DIN 4844 - W9


Danger to general public

Hazard sign DIN 4844 - W8


Risk of electric shock

Risk of injury from machinery

Danger from suspended loads

Damage to machinery

Risk of injury to your eyes: goggles required.

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Warning plates located directly on the pump/


equipment showing for example the correct
direction of rotation or the fluid connections
used must always be observed and kept completely legible.

setting up installations into a plant must be


qualified / trained as an industrial mechanic/
technician and must be familiar with the
design and functioning of the plant in which
the pump / equipment is being installed;

1.2 Personnel Qualifications and


Training

doing work on starting up, operation and


maintenance must gain knowledge of the
pump / equipment principle prior to performing such works and must study the safety
instructions and the manual thoroughly;

Operating, maintenance, inspection and


installation staff must possess the correct qualifications for their work. Areas of responsibility, scope of authority and staff supervision must be exactly defined by the user. If
personnel do not have the necessary knowledge they must receive due training and
instruction. If necessary, the user of the machine / equipment can arrange for such training and instruction to be provided by the
manufacturer / supplier. The user must also
make sure that the content of the manual is
fully understood by the staff concerned.
Responsibilites
All work on and operation of the pump/
equipment should be carried out by trained/
competent and qualified operators, tradesmen and / or engineers as appropriate.
Any person responsible for or in charge of
working with lifting gear and ropes when
moving a pump / equipment will have to be
duly instructed prior to doing the transportation job;

doing repair works, and prior to doing such


works, must be trained and skilled in the job.
He must have due knowledge of the pump/
equipments specific details set up in the repair
instructions. Unskilled personnel must be
trained and repair works checked.

1.3 Dangers arising from NonObservance of the Safety


Instructions
Non-observance of the safety instructions can
result in danger to personnel as well as to the
environment and the machine. Non-observance of the safety instructions can result in
the loss of claims for compensation.
Non-observance of the safety instructions can
have, for example, the following consequences:



mounting a drive to a pump / equipment


must be qualified / trained as an industrial
mechanic / technician;

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machine / equipment
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Danger to personnel from electricity,


machinery and chemicals
Danger to the environment from
leakage of hazardous substances.

1.4 Safety Conscious Working


In addition to the safety instructions listed in
the manual, it is essential to observe the
national accident prevention directives
currently in force and any of the users own
internal regulations concerning work and
safety.

1.5 Safety Instructions


for the User / Operator


be eliminated (for details see eg. the


regulations of your local power supply
company).

If there is a risk of danger from any hot


or cold machine component, the user
must fit protective guards to prevent
such components from being touched
(according to Standard EN 563).
Protective guards fitted to prevent
contact with moving parts (eg.
couplings) must be in position when
the machine / equipment is in use.

Leakages (eg. from a shaft seal) of


hazardous materials (eg. explosive,
toxic, hot material) must be
discharged in such a way that
neither personnel nor the
environment are placed at risk.
Legal directives must be observed.
 All possible danger from electricity must

1.6 Safety Instructions for


Maintenance, Inspection
and Installation
The user must ensure that all maintenance,
inspection and installation work is carried out
by authorized and qualified personnel who
understand the operating instructions and
are adequately trained.
Work on a pump / equipment must only be
carried out with the machine stopped and
electrical power supply turned off. The pump/
equipment must not be under any pressure
and must have cooled off. All procedures
detailed in these operating instructions on
the stoppage of the machine must always be
adhered to.
Pumps / equipment which convey harmful
media must be decontaminated.
Immediately after the maintenance work is
finished all safety devices and guards must be
re-installed and the safety trips must be
tested.
Before putting the machine back into operation the points detailed in section "Start-up"
should be observed.

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1.7 Unauthorized Modifications and


Manufacture of Spares

2. Suitability for seal design / material,


especially the shaft seal

Modifications or changes to machines / equipment are only permissible with the manufacturer's agreement. Original spare parts
and accessories authorized by the manufacturer ensure safety.
The use of other components revokes any liability for consequences which may result.

3. Resistance to pressure and temperature


of the medium.

1.8 Improper Application


Delivered machinery / equipment is only guaranteed safe for the use specified.
This machine / equipment was designed in
accordance with the prescribed conditions of
use.
The limits of use are laid down in the conditions of use and should in no way be exceeded.

1.9 Specific Points for the Use of a


Spectra Pump
A Spectra pump must be used for the
pose only for which it was sold.

pur-

If you change or wish to change the process


medium, you must check with either the
supplier or manufacturer that the pump is
suitable for the new medium. This is especially important with aggressive, poisonous or
otherwise hazardous substances.
Pump criteria include:

Please note that Spectra pumps are progressing cavity pumps and as such can generate
very high pressure.
A blockage or the chance closure of a valve
in the discharge line can cause a pressure rise
manifold as high as can be tolerated by the
installation. This can result in the bursting of
pipes, which must be avoided especially in
the case of dangerous media.
Corresponding safety equipment must
therefore be installed, for example an
emergency stop button, a pressure relief
valve with return pipe or a bursting disc.
During maintenance and repair work on the
pump please note the following:
1. Ensure that the pump drive can not
be turned on without authorization.
2. When opening the pump follow
the instructions for handling the
medium (eg. protective clothing,
no smoking etc).
3. Before putting the pump back into
operation ensure that all guards and
other safety devices (eg. drivebelt
protection, coupling protection) are
properly reinstalled.

1. Compatibility with the medium

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Always bear in mind your safety during


operation, maintenance and installation
of equipment. Please adhere to the
EC-Directive for Machinery including
the national regulations and follow the
European Standard EN 292 with the
accident prevention rules laid down by
the trade unions and other appropriate
technical institutions.

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1.10 Notes on Inspection and Repair


The legal regulations for safety at work,
such as regulations for the workplace, regulations governing dangerous materials, accident prevention, environmental protection
eg. regulations on disposal and water balance obligate all commercial business to protect their employees and / or people and the
environment from adverse effects
caused by contact with dangerous
materials.

authorized and qualified specialist. Please use


a copy and leave the original in the operation and maintenance manual.
Where special safety precautions are necessary in spite of careful emptying and cleaning of the machinery, the necessary information must be given.
Machinery operating with radio-active media
will only be repaired or inspected by one of
our specialist engineers under the safety of
the owner.

Important:
Inspection / repair of machinery and its parts
only takes place when a safety conformity
certificate has been completed by an

The safety conformity certificate is part of


the inspection / repair service. We reserve
the right to refuse acceptance of this order /
service for other reasons.

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Safety Conformity Certificate


The machinery and its accessories together with this safety conformity certificate relating
to repair / inspection services given to the undersigned by ourselves
Machine Type .......................................
Number
.......................................
Delivery Date .......................................

Delivery Note No. .......................................

was carefully emptied and cleaned both inside and


out in preparation for shipment

 yes
 no

Special safety precautions with regard to health or


media endangered by water are to be implemented

 necessary
 unnecessary

The machinery is set up to transport materials dangerous


to health or water and came in contact with
media containing harmful substances

 yes
 no

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The following safety precautions are necessary with regard to irrigation media,
overflow liquid and waste management:
.................................................................................................................................................
.................................................................................................................................................
We confirm that the above mentioned details are correct and complete and that
despatch will follow in accordance with the legal requirements:
Company

Telephone .............................................

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Fax

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Telex

.............................................

Address
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Name .............................................................

Position

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Date

Date

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Company Stamp / Signature

Name

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2 DESCRIPTION AND GENERAL DATA

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2 Description
The Spectra pump is a progressing cavity
pump.
The main components which determine the
system discovered by Professor Ren Moineau
are a rotating part, called the rotor and a static part, called the stator.
The rotor is a helical screw with an extremely large pitch, large thread depth and small
centre diameter with round cross-section for
1/2-geometry and elliptical cross-section for
2/3-geometry. The stator has a two start or
resp. 3 start thread and is double or resp. 1.5
the pitch length of the rotor. This provides
space for the medium between the rotor and
stator. When the rotor turns round inside the
stator the medium moves continuously from
the inlet to the outlet.

Rotor
RotorStellung
position

STATOR

0/360K

ROTOR

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90

The universal Spectra pump system unifies


many positive characteristics of other pump
types:


180

Like centrifugal pumps Spectra pumps have


no suction or pressure valves, but do have a
stable flow rate in proportion to the number
of revolutions.


Like piston pumps Spectra pumps have a


suction capability of up to 8.5 m vacuum
metric.

Like membrane and peristaltic pumps the


Spectra pump can transport every type of
inhomogenous, gaseous and abrasive media,
as well as those that are not of a liquid consistency or contain solids and/or fibrous material.

270

Like gear pumps and screw pumps the


Spectra pump is capable of coping with high
medium viscosities.

Like piston, membrane, gear or screw


pumps the Spectra pump can perform dosing
operations.

Length and cross-sections through the rotor


and stator with 1/2-geometry during a
rotation.

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1/2-geometry

2/3-geometry

Length and cross-sections through the stator with rotor


with reduced stator wall thickness

2.2

General Data
Noise emissions:
The maximum permitted noise emission level at a work place is 70 dB (A).
The noise level was measured in accordance with DIN Standard 45635-24-01-KL2
to assure that the pump does not exceed 70 dB (A).
Noises generated by the drive and pipes are not included in the above
emission value.
A prerequisite for the noise emission level of 70 dB (A) is that the pump
is operated in a cavity free regime and is bolted to a concrete base.

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3 PACKAGING, TRANSPORTATION, STORAGE

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Packaging, Transportation, Storage

3.1 Packaging and Transportation


The packings are labelled and symbols give the handling instructions
in accordance with DIN 55402.
On receipt check for any transport damages.
Transport damages should be reported to the transporter immediately.
The pumps should be transported as closely as possible to the location
of installation and only there should they be uncrated.
Uncrated horizontal pumps should be lifted by using a shackle which
can be attached to the baseplate. The bolt holes of the frame or
the lifting lugs attached to the baseplate could be used as shown on
the installation drawing.

GB

Vertical pumps should be lifted by using the bolt down holes,


lifting lugs or shackles attached to the baseplate. This is shown on
the installation drawing. For most applications, the drive is mounted
on top of the pump.
Be careful when lifting top heavy pumps. The centre of gravity may be
above the points where the lifting gear is attached to. If the case, secure
additionally against tipping over!
Vertical pumps should not be deposited unless they are secured vertically.
Hazards of tipping! Deposit only in horizontal position!
It is essential to avoid that the total pump unit be suspended with
eye bolts of the motor or gear box. These eye bolts should be used
for lifting the motor and/or the gear box only.
The Accident Prevention Rules, Section 18.4 relating to lifting accessories
for the lifting of loads (VBG 9a) must be strictly adhered to.
Because of the variety of possible pump designs and applications, only
general instructions can be given here. These should be good enough
for experienced assemblymen or transportation experts.
When in doubt, please ask for detailed information on the pump unit
concerned.

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When moving the pump or unit on wheels strictly attend to the following:







Pad lock the motor drive and secure against unintended starting up.
Move the pump unit carefully and slowly, especially where the ground is
uneven. Hazards of tipping!
Ensure a stable position of the pump or unit at the operating /storage place
and secure it by actuating all clamping devices on all the wheels or rollers
against voluntary moving away.
Where fitted loosely, carefully watch the pipe bends when pumping.
Power of repulsion!
Where necessary, secure the pump unit additionally with support blocks.

3.2 Storage
The pumps are preserved for transport unless specified otherwise.
In cases of longer storage the pumps should be handled as follows
until installation:


Stator:
If the pump is not to be used immediately, then the elastomer along
the contact line between rotor and stator may become permanently
distorted (compression-set). This will increase the break away torque.
Therefore, the stator should be removed and kept separately in a clean,
cool and dry environment.
Standard DIN 7716 summarizes detailed information on the storage
of rubber products, some of which is gathered here, and the following
notice applies to a storage for a period of up to six months.
General
Most of the rubber products may change their physical properties
under unfavourable conditions or if treated improperly, which will
result in a shorter lifetime.
Or they may become useless through excessive hardening, aging,
regenerating or permanent deformation, also because of blistering,
cracking or other damages appearing on the surfaces.
The changes may occur under the influence of oxygen, ozone, heat,
light, humidity, solvents or because of storing the products under
tension.
If stored and treated properly, the rubber products will keep their
properties, even over a long period of time (some years), almost
unchanged.
This does, however, not apply to uncured rubber compounds.

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Store room
The environment in which rubber products are being kept must be
cool, dry, free of dust and rather airy, and they must not be stored in
the open, not even in a weather sheltered space.
Rubber products should be kept in surroundings not having less than
minus 10 C and not more than plus 15 C.
Store rooms should not be damp, and it must be ensured that there
will be no condensation.
Most favourable is an environment offering a relative humidity under
65 %.
Rubber products must be protected against light, particularly direct
sunlight or artificial light when having a high UV portion.
They should furthermore be kept away from ventilation, especially
draught, by wrapping them up.
As ozone is very aggressive and harmful there should be no store
room used which houses equipment likely to produce ozone, e.g.
electric motors or other equipment which might bring about sparks
or other electrical discharges.
There must be no solvents, oil, grease, lubricants or any chemicals
kept in a store room.


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Rotor
Please support with wooden blocks and cover up against harm
from mechanical impact.

Pump parts in stainless steel


No grease coating necessary.

Other, non-coated pump parts


Protect with grease.

Drives
Please observe the drive supplier's instructions.

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4 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

M P E

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Mounting and Installation


If the Spectra pump was stored and the rotor grease protected:
Remove the grease before installing the stator.
Clean the rotor thoroughly in order to avoid unsuitability of
the grease with the stator material and the pumping medium.
Screw the pump at all fixing points (bearing housing / drive
stool, end stud, support feet) using all fixing bores securely
down to the sub-structure (ground plate, machine frame,
foundation etc.).

4.1 Direction of Rotation


The direction of rotation of the pump is given on the model plate
and in the order confirmation. The direction of delivery of the
Spectra pump is a function of the direction of rotation.

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Changes must be agreed upon and confirmed by the supplier.

4.2 Pressure
The maxiuml permissible pressure inside the pump housing (A) and
the maximum permissible pressure inside the end stud (B) can be
seen in the following table:

Spectra

pressure A

pressure B

12/1 12/105

12 bar

12 bar

6/300 6/600

6 bar

6 bar

5/1400

5 bar

5 bar

3 bar

3 bar

5 bar

3/3000 3/12000

4.3 Piping System




Arrange suction and pressure pipes so that when the pump is not
running, the medium is still present before and after the pump.
Sufficient media should remain inside in order to lubricate the
pump during restart.

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The installation of a removable distance piece between the end flange (B)
and the pipe work is recommended in order to make the dismantling of
the stator easy. The distance piece (see sketch) needs to have a minimum
"ABL" disassembly length the values of which are shown in the table
below.

STATOR

ABL

Disassembly length ABL in mm:

Spectra

minimum disassembly length

12/1 12/105

130 mm

6/300 5/1400

160 mm

3/3000

230 mm

3/6000

310 mm

3/12000

430 mm

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Clean the pipe work and rinse thoroughly before installing the pump.
Connect the pipe work ensuring that no external stress attacks the
pump body. The installation of compensators between the pump and the
pipework is recommended:
No risk of damage to the pump housing from pipelines "resting" on
the pump.
No risk of damage to the pump housing through vibrating pipelines.

The twisting loads (Fx, Fy, Fz) and bending loads (Mx, My, Mz) permitted
to be put on the suction/discharge flange comply with the requirements
of API 676 and exceed the requirements of EN ISO 14847. They are shown
in the table below.
y

DN

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DN

Spectra

Standard
nominal diameter
DN

Fx, Fy, Fz
N

Mx, My, Mz
Nm*

12/1 12/105

G 1/2

170

85

6/300 3/3000

G 11/4

550

300

3/6000

50

780

420

3/12000

65

990

530

*) Screwed joints must not be charged with loads which may result
in tightening or loosening these joints
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4.4 Electrical Connection


All work relating to electricity shall only be made by authorized and
qualified personnel and it should be in compliance with the requirements
of the relevant national regulations!
In particular for control systems should the latest version of the
EC-Directive for Machinery 98/37/EEC, Annex I, Section 1.2 Controls
be carefully observed!
Note for frequency converter operation:
It is absolutely necessary to connect the PTC-resistors of the drive in case
of frequency converter operation to protect the drive against overheating.

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5 START-UP

M P E

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Start-up
The Spectra pump design requires strict attention to the following:
Never run the Spectra pump dry!
A few rotations in dry condition
will damage the stator!


Before starting up for the first time, fill the pump with medium.
In the case of high viscosity media fill with a liquid.
Pump priming is vital to ensure lubrication of the rubber stator.
Fill the piping on the pump suction side.
In anticlockwise rotation only: Fill the pump housing.

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The Spectra pump is a progressing cavity pump which can produce


pressures that may cause the bursting of vessels or pipes.
The power transmission train (shaft, coupling rod, joints, rotor)
of the pump may be overloaded thus resulting in damage
or breakage.
Also the pump housing parts with their connections may be
overloaded and break. There is a table in Section 4 of these
Maintenance and Operating Instructions showing the
pressure resistance of the pump housing parts.
Never run the pump against a closed inlet or outlet valve!



Open valves and vents before starting the pump!


Check the direction of rotation by briefly switching on
the pump motor.

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6 TEMPORARY SHUTDOWN

M P E

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Temporary Shutdown


After stopping the pump empty and if necessary rinse it if


the medium might freeze due to the temperature surrounding
the pump. Especially where there is a danger of frost if the pump
is installed outside a building
the medium tends to solidify or harden
the medium tends to glue up the shaft seal.

Stator:

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When stored for a long period, the elastomer along the contact
line between the rotor and stator may become permanently
distorted (compression-set).
This will increase the break away torque. For this reason, the stator
should be removed (please observe Section 9!), and stored in a cool,
dry place in air tight package to give protection against light and air.


Rotor:
Support the rotor on wooden blocks and cover to protect it
from mechanical damage, after the stator has been removed.

Stand-by pump:
A stand-by pump is sometimes used as a back-up for the main
pump and, when standing idle for longer periods, should be
operated from time to time. The pump may otherwise become
seized when being started up. This is due to compression set
i.e. distortion of the stator against the surface of the rotor.

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7 MAINTENANCE

M P E

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Maintenance

7.1 Pumps in General




The pumps should be regularly rinsed or cleaned if deposits of medium


are likely to build up (sedimentation).

If the pump needs to be opened to do this, ensure that the pump


and motor are switched off and cannot be turned on accidently
(eg. by removing the fuse).

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Periodical standstill to allow for cleaning during operation depends on the
medium and type of operation.


The pump can be cleaned:


through the cleaning ports provided
in the pump housing
manually by dismantling the pump.

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7 MAINTENANCE

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7.2 Lubrication
The Spectra pump does not require
frequent lubrication.



Maintenance of the drive should be carried out according


to the drive manufacturers instructions.
Maintenance
where no manufacturers instructions are available and
when normal conditions of use exist:
Strip down the drive unit
Remove the bearings
Clean all parts
Renew the lubricant

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every 5000 operating hours or at least every two years.

Special lubricants are often specified for mechanically


controlled variable speed drives.
It is therefore important to follow the drive manufacturers
maintenance instructions.

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7 MAINTENANCE

7.3 Lubricating the Pin Joints with SM-Pin Joint Seals




It is advisable to change the oil and check the seals


of the pin joints:
when renewing worn joint parts
when opening the pump for any reason.
The quantity of oil added per pin joint is
a function of the joint external diameter D:

Joint external
diameter D
in mm
(see sketch)

Quantity of oil
per joint
in cm3

12/1 - 12/105

25

6/300 - 5/1400

28

1,5

3/3000

30

3/6000

40

3/12000

54

15

Spectra

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Lubricating Oil:

Designation

permitted product
DIN 51502

CLP 460

SHELL Omala 460

CLP PG 320

KLBERSYNTH GH 6-320

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7 MAINTENANCE

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7.5

Shaft Sealing through Single Mechanical Seal


There are various constructions of mechanical seals. Especially
advantageous is the use of standard mechanical seals according
to DIN 24960. These seals have regardless of their brand the
same fitting dimensions which makes them interchangeable.
Mechanical seals with a coil spring can only be used for pumps
which are run in one direction of rotation.




The seal specification of a Spectra pump is recorded


on the order confirmation sheet.
Pumps fitted with direction dependent seals
should never be run in the opposite direction of
the rotation arrow.

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If excessive leakages occur the spring tension and the seal surfaces
should be checked, and the seal be replaced, if necessary.
Single mechanical seals usually work without any additional
equipment.

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8 TROUBLE-SHOOTING AND REMEDYING

M P E

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Trouble-Shooting and Remedying

8.1 Trouble Chart


The chart overleaf lists possible problems
the type
the likely reason / cause
the remedy.



A problem may have various causes: Several boxes in the vertical


column are marked with a cross.

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A reason / cause may result in various problems:


Several boxes in the horizontal column are marked with a cross.

8.2 How do you trace the kind of problem to find


the possible cause ?
The column describing a possible problem shows one or several
boxes marked with a cross.
On the corresponding lines you will find the possible
reasons / cause and some hints how to handle the problem .
Thus the actual cause of the problem can be narrowed down and
eventually detected.
If you find further cross-marked boxes on one of the lines
and should there appear corresponding problems as well,
then the likely cause of the problem has been detected.


The table helps in finding the root of the problem and will give you
the remedy if it is straight forward. For more complicated problems
the manufacturer has to be consulted.

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The shaft seal is leaking

The rotor life time is too short

The stator life time is too short

The drive is overloaded

The pump is stuck

The pump is running loudly

The pumped medium is unstable

The pressure is too low

The pumped medium is too little

The pump is no longer sucking

The pump is no longer starting

Possible Problems

Possible Causes ( Remedy overleaf)


In new pumps or stators : the static friction is too great.
The pump electrical equipment is not compatible with the electrical supply.
The pressure is too high.
There are foreign bodies in the pump.
The temperature of the liquid medium is too high, the stator is too ductile.
The stator has swollen, the elastomer is not compatible with the medium.
The solids content of the medium is too high and leads to blockages.
The liquid medium sediments or hardens when left to stand.
There is air in the suction pipe.
The suction pipe is leaking.
The shaft seal is leaking.
The rpm is too low.
With reduced diameter rotors : operating temperature has not been reached.
The suction is too great or pressure too low (cavitation).
The pump is running dry.
The stator is worn out, or temperature of liquid is too low.
The stator material is brittle.
The rotor is worn out.
The joints are worn out.
The pump and drive are not axially aligned.
The elastic element of the coupling is worn out.
The roller bearings are destroyed.
The rpm is too high.
The viscosity is too high.
The specific weight of the medium is too high.
The stuffing box is incorrectly tightened.
The packing is not suited to the liquid medium.
Mechanical seal : rotation is incorrect.
Mechanical seal : mechanical seal and mating ring have failed.
Mechanical seal : elastomers damaged, swollen or brittle.

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Remedy
Fill the pump up, then pump through manually using a suitable appliance; if necessary use glycerine as lubricant in the stator.
Check order information. Examine electrical installation (possibly 2 phase operation).
Measure the pressure with a manometer and check against order details. Reduce the pressure or change the drive.
Remove foreign bodies and eliminate possible damage.
If the liquid medium temperature cannot be lowered, use a reduced diameter rotor.
Check whether the liquid medium agrees with the order requirements. Possibly change stator material..

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Increase the liquid part of the medium.


Clean the pump and rinse through after each run.
Increase the suction liquid level, prevent turbulance and air bubbles at the inlet.
Check seals and tighten pipe connections.
Stuffing box : tighten or renew. Mechanical seal : renew seals, eliminate solid deposits.
In the case of adjustable drives : increase the rpm. If necessary change the drive.
Warm up the pump (stator) to operating temperature first of all.
Decrease suction resistance, lower the temperature of the liquid medium, install the pump at a lower location.
Fill up the pump, provide for dry running protection, move the pipes.
Replace with a new stator or ensure correct liquid temperature.
Fit a new stator. Check the liquid medium agrees with order details; if necessary change the stator material.
Change rotor, establish the cause. Wear and tear, corrosion, cavitation; if necessary change to a different material or coating.
Replace relevant parts, carefully reseal and lubricate.
Re-align the unit.
Use a new connection and re-align the pump.
Replace roller bearings, lubricate, reseal. At higher temperatures observe the lubricant and the bearings.
In the case of adjustable drives : lower the rpm.
Measure the viscosity and compare with order details. If necessary adjust viscosity or change the drive.
Measure specific weight and compare with order details. If necessary adjust specific weight or change the drive.
Service stuffing box according to page 7.4, if necessary renew worn shaft.
Replace fitted packing with another packing type.
Change electrical connection.
Replace relevant rings with new ones.
Replace elastomers. Check whether the liquid medium agrees with order details, if necessary change material.
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9.0

Removal and Fitting of End Stud, Stator


and Pump Housing
The pump with attached pipework should be empty
and must have cooled off!
Disconnect the pipework on the suction side and
pressure side of the pump.

Dismantling Spectra 12/1 - 12/105




Remove the hex nuts (2030) with spring washers (2025).

Take off the retaining plate (2555).

Remove the end stud (2005) from the stator (3005).

Pull the stator (3005) out forward.

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Pull the pump housing (2010) off from drive stool (0085) or
bearing housing (0005).
Refitting is a simple reversal of this procedure.




Engaging the stator (3005) and rotor (1999) will be easier when using
glycerine as a lubricant.
Ensure during refitting that gasket (8110) is in perfect condition
and will sit properly.

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Dismantling Spectra 3/3000 - 3/12000




Remove the securing screws (S) from support feet


(2035) to baseplate (G).
2035/2

G


Unscrew the hex nuts A (3020) and remove with


spring washers (3015), then withdraw the end stud
(2005) and first support foot (2035/1) with washers
(3070).

2035/1

2005

3015
3020

A
3070

2035/1



Support pump housing (2010) and stator (3005) with


wooden blocks.

3010

2010

Loosen the hex nuts B (3020), where fitted, and


remove the thru bolts (3010).

B
3020


Where fitted, remove the second support foot


(2035/2) and the washers (3070).

3005

2035/2

3070

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Caution for pumps with tubular rotors:

3005

Where the walls of tubular rotors are worn in the


wear zones, pumping medium may occur inside the
rotor and may come out when pulling off the
stator.
Ensure that protective measures have been taken
when pumping dangerous media!





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1999

y
etr
m
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1/2

Pull the stator (3005) out forward.


A stator extractor can be supplied as special
accessory.
Remove the hex nuts (2030) with spring washers
(2025).
Pull the pump housing (2010) off forward.

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1999

2010

2030
2025

Assembly


Refitting is a simple reversal of this procedure.


When refitting the stator (3005) check direction of
stator (3005) is correct! The funnel-shaped inflow
side (E) of the stator (3005) must show to
the pump housing (2010) when rotation is
anti-clockwise
the end stud (2005) when rotation is clockwise
when viewed on pump shaft end.

Elastomer stators (A) have integrated front side


sealing profiles (D). They don't need additional gaskets for sealing off the end stud (2005) and the
pump housing (2010).

A
B

2005
2010

8005

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Be careful when engaging the stator (3005) and


rotor (1999). Do not trap your fingers!
Do not reach inside the stator!


3005

1999

Push the stator (3005) with a rotating movement on


to rotor (1999).
Apply an assembly device and some glycerine to
ease engaging the stator (3005) and rotor (1999).

When tightening hex nuts (2030) a gap will remain between


drive stool (0085) and pump housing (2010).
Please do not try to close this gap by overtightening the nuts!
Drive stool (0085) may break!
Torque values for hex nuts (2030):

Size

M6

M8

M10

M12

M16

M20

M24

M30

Required
torque
Nm

15

30

45

75

80

100

120

Fastening the end stud (2005):

3015

Screw the hex nuts C (3020) down into the thru bolts
(3010) as far as possible.
Slip on the first washers (3070), the support foot
(2035), the second washers (3070), the end stud
(2005) and tighten with spring washers (3015) and
hex nuts A (3020).
Finally, fasten the support foot (2035) from behind
with the two hex nuts C (3020).

3070

A
2005

2035

3020

Ensure during refitting that the O-ring (8015) or, where a heating jacket
(3025) is installed, the O-rings (8030) are in perfect condition and will sit
correctly.
Ensure that the drain plug (2015) is not screwed too tightly into the pump
housing (2010), since otherwise its conical thread may break the pump
housing (2010).
The torque should be about 40 - 50 Nm.

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Dismantling and Assembly of the Rotating Parts


(Spectra 3/3000 - 3/12000)

10.1 Removal of Rotor and Coupling Rod


For removal of the rotor (1999) and coupling rod (1998) the pin joints should
be dismantled as follows:

1999

1998

0085

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Push circlip (5065) out of its groove and slip off over
the head of rotor (1999 or connecting shaft (1050).

5065


1050

Place the dismantled unit consisting of drive stool


(0085) with drive (A) and connecting shaft (1050),
coupling rod (1998) and rotor (1999) on the workbench with a wooden block supporting the rotor
(1999).

1050, 5055
1999, 5056

If necessary hit the edge of sleeve (5115) at an angle


with the help of a wooden block and a plastic hammer. Taking care not to damage the O-rings (8060)!

1050
1999

5115

8060

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Press the pin (5075) out of the head of rotor (1999)


or connecting shaft (1050). If necessary use a hammer and a thin cylindrical pin (DIN 6450 C).
Drain the oil into a receptacle.
Please dispose of this oil in the proper manner.
1050
1999
5075

1050
1999


Using a screwdriver, carefully lever the SM-pin joint


seal (8235) out of the head of rotor (1999) or connecting shaft (1050).
Taking care not to damage the SM-pin joint seal
(8235)!
1998

8060

Pull apart the rotor (1999)/ coupling rod (1998) /


connecting shaft (1050) assembly. Remove the Orings (8060).

1998


8235

8060

1050
1999

Push the SM-pin joint seal (8235) towards the head


of coupling rod (1998). In the narrow coupling rod
section press the clamp ring (5425) out of the
groove of the seal. Then slip the SM-pin joint seal
(8235) and clamp ring (5425) off over the head of the
coupling rod (1998).

5425

8235 1998

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10.2 Fitting the Rotor and Coupling Rod


For fitting the rotor (1999) with coupling rod (1998),
the two pin joints should be assembled as follows:

Slip the clamp ring (5425) over the head of coupling


rod (1998).

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5425 1998


Push the SM-pin joint seal (8235) over the head of


coupling rod (1998) towards its narrow section, there
sqeezing the clamp ring (5425) into the groove of
the SM-pin joint seal (8235).

5425


8235

8235 1998

Push the SM-pin joint seal (8235) with the correctly


placed clamp ring (5425) up to the shoulder of
coupling rod (1998).

1998

8235

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Slip the circlip (5065) on to the coupling rod (1998).


Slide the sleeve (5115) on to coupling rod (1998) so
the inside diameter of chamfering (A) is being placed towards the coupling rod (1998)
extension.
Chamfering (A) will later on ease the installation
over the O-rings (8060).
Orient the head of coupling rod (1998) until it is in
vertical position for the bore (B) for the pin (5075).

5065


5115

Slide the coupling rod (1998) with SM-pin joint seal


(8235) into the bore of rotor (1999) or connecting
shaft (1050) and insert the pin (5075) from below and
push up to the upper edge of coupling rod (1998).
Support the pin (5075) against dropping out.
Slide the SM-pin joint seal (8235) into the rotor
(1999) or connecting shaft (1050) only from below,
and in a slightly slanted position.

1998 8235


5075

For lubrication, use an oil can which should be


fitted with a thin plastic hose having an outside diameter of not more than 4 mm.
Insert this hose into the upper oil port opening in
the rotor (1999) or connecting shaft (1050). Then
slide the hose end past the
coupling rod (1998)
all the way down to the bottom section of the rotor
head (1999) or connecting shaft (1050).
Slowly fill with lubricating oil up to the filling port.

1050
1999

1998

5075

1998

8235

Pull the hose out.


Then insert the hose end through the small gap on
the topside of SM-pin joint seal (8235) and guide it
down to the bottom of the hollow space between
coupling rod (1998) and SM-pin joint seal (8235).
Slowly fill with lubricating oil up to the gap.

5075

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Pull the hose out.


Push the pin (5075) entirely into the bore of head
of rotor (1999) or connecting shaft (1050) and retain
in place.
Only now, press the SM-pin joint seal (8235) into
the bore of head of rotor (1999) or connecting shaft
(1050) and push up to the shoulder. In doing so the
SM-pin joint seal (8235) should be slightly bulbous
around the outer surface. Wipe off overflow oil. Use
this oil for lubricating the O-rings (8060).

5075

1998


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1050
1999

8235

Slip the sleeve (5110) or (5115), with its chamfering


(A) forward, on to the head of rotor (1999) or
connecting shaft (1050) and push up to the shoulder.

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1050
1999

5115


Place the circlip (5065) into its groove on the rotor


head (1999) or connecting shaft (1050) and carefully snap in place all around.

1050
1999

5065


Drive connecting shaft (1050), coupling rod (1998)


and rotor (1999) are now joined by means of the two
pin joints.
Pump housing (2010), stator (3005) and end stud
(2005) may now be fitted.

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10.3 Dismantling and Assembly of the Rotating Parts


(Spectra 12/1 - 5/1400)
For removal and refitting of the rotor (1999) and coupling rod (1998)
the pin joints should be dismantled and re-assembled as follows:
Dismantling:

Push the SM-pin joint seal (8235) away from the


rotor (1999), drive shaft (1005) or connecting shaft
(1050) so the bore for the pin (5075) comes free.

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1999
1005, 1050

Press the pin (5075) out of the rotor (1999),


connecting shaft (1050) or drive shaft (1005).
Then withdraw the coupling rod (1998) from the
bore of rotor (1999), connecting shaft (1050) or drive
shaft (1005).

1999
1005
1050


8235

5075

1998

Push the SM-pin joint seal (8235) towards the head


of coupling rod (1998). In the narrow coupling rod
section press the clamp ring (5425) out of the
groove of the seal. Then slip the SM-pin joint seal
(8235) and clamp ring (5425) off over the head of the
coupling rod (1998).

8235

5425

1998

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Re-Assembly:


Slip the clamp ring (5425) and the SM-pin joint seal
(8235) on over the head of the coupling rod (1998).

8235


1998

Push the SM-pin joint seal (8235) towards the


narrow section on the head of coupling rod (1998)
and place the clamp ring (5425) back into the
groove of the SM-pin joint seal (8235).
Then move the SM-pin joint seal (8235) up to the
coupling rod (1998) shoulder.

8235


5425

5425

1998

Place the head of coupling rod (1998) into the bore


of the rotor (1999), drive shaft (1005) or connecting
shaft (1050).

1999
1005
1050 1998


Join the rotor (1999), drive shaft (1005) or connecting shaft (1050) and coupling rod (1998) by the
pin (5075).
Then push the SM-pin joint seal (8235) up to the
shoulder of the rotor (1999), drive shaft (1005) or
connecting shaft (1050).

5075

Re-assemble the second pin joint in the same


manner.
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10.4

Replacing the Wear Sleeves of Adapter,


Rotor and Coupling Rod

The wear sleeves (5435, 5440) have a very tight fit.


A press should be used to remove or refit them.

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It may be possible though to drive the damaged


sleeves out with a suitable mandrel. A rigid vice
however is needed at the least for pressing new
sleeves (5435, 5440) in again.

Orient the wear sleeves (5435) so that their oval


bore agrees with the longitudinal axis of the
coupling rod (1998).

1998

1998

5435




Generously oil the wear sleeves (5435, 5440).


Every wear sleeve (5435, 5440) has got one smaller
outer diameter on one end for better insertion into
the bores of the coupling rod.
Ensure the sleeves are placed in the correct orientation to the coupling rod (1998).

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OF THE CONNECTING SHAFT

M P E

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PAGE
11.0

11 Removal and Fitting of the Connecting Shaft


with Shaft Seal
(Spectra 6/300 - 3/12000)
Removal:


Push the circlip (1035) in the direction to the mechanical seal.

Remove pin (1030).

Remove the shaft seal housing (7005) and mechanical seal (7010)
together with connecting shaft (1050) and set ring (1035) from
drive stool (0085) and the drive shaft.
The thread of cylindrical head screw (1040) can be used as
forcing screw.

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If a mechanical seal is installed, see description


"Removal and Fitting of Mechanical Seal" after Page 12.0.
Fitting:







Apply grease into the bore of the connecting shaft (1050) to avoid
rust (e.g. TCE-Metallic 600).
Assemble the shaft seal housing (7005) and mechanical seal (7010)
together with connecting shaft (1050) and set ring (1035) with
drive stool (0085) and push connecting shaft (1050) on to the
drive shaft.
At this please observe the installation direction of set ring (1035)
(please see mark).
If a mechanical seal is installed, see description
"Removal and Fitting of Mechanical Seal" after Page 12.0.
Connect the connecting shaft (1050) and the drive shaft by
pin (1030).
Push set ring (1035) on pin (1030).

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11 Removal and Fitting of the Connecting Shaft


with Shaft Seal
(Spectra 12/1 - 12/105)
Removal:



Remove pin (1055).


If the shaft seal housing (W) is connected tightly to the drive
stool (0085), then pull off the connecting shaft (1050) from
the drive shaft.
If the shaft seal housing (W) is a separate part,then take it out of
the drive stool (0085) together with the connecting shaft (1050).
Removal and Fitting of Mechanical Seal after Page 12.0.
Fitting:




Apply grease into the bore of the connecting shaft (1050) to avoid
rust.
If the shaft seal housing (W) is connected tightly to the drive
stool (0085), then insert connecting shaft (1050) into the shaft seal
housing (W) and push connecting shaft (1050) on to the drive shaft.
If the shaft seal housing (W) is a separate part, then place it into
the drive stool (0085) together with the connecting shaft (1050)
and push connecting shaft (1050) on to the drive shaft.

Removal and Fitting of Mechanical Seal after Page 12.0.

Apply some grease into the pin (1055) also, or oil, and fit in.

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OF THE SHAFT SEALING

M P E

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PAGE
12.0

12 Removal and Fitting of the Single Mechanical Seal


(Spectra 6/300 - 3/12000)


Carefully slide out mechanical seal housing (7005) together


with the parts of the mechanical seal contained in it
from connecting shaft (1050).
Carefully push mechanical seal (7010) stationary seat
out of mechanical seal housing (7005).
Refitting is a simple reversal of the above procedure.




To reduce frictional forces during seal assembly, apply some glycerine


to the shaft and the seal housing in the area of the gaskets.

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Special care must be taken when fitting double PTFE-coated gaskets:


the joint of the outer coating must point away from the seal assembly
direction, otherwise the coating may open or be pulled off!
Ensure that the distribution of pressure is uniform when inserting
the pressure sensitive counter rings. When inserting larger rings,
use a suitable mandrel.
Do not allow any foreign bodies to get between the sliding surfaces.







Exactly keep to the seal installation dimensions and


ensure that the sealing faces are correctly pressed together
(see table on sectional drawing W 209.000 or W 210.000).
Insert mechanical seal (7010) stationary seat into mechanical seal
housing (7005).
Insert mechanical seal housing (7005) together with the stationary seat
into the drive stool without the installed connecting shaft (1050).
If necessary take the installation dimension from the table and add
the thickness S of the set ring (7086) when existing.
Mark this installation dimension on the connecting shaft (1050).
Fix the rotating unit of the mechanical seal (7010) on the connceting
shaft (1050) depending on the installation dimension so that the
rotating unit of the mechanical seal (7010) or the set ring (7086) is at
the mark.
Insert connecting shaft (1050) with the rotating unit of the mechanical
seal (7010) into drive stool (0085) and install lip seal (7091, if existing.
Push the set ring (1035) on to connecting shaft (1050) and observe
at this the installation direction (see mark).
Push connecting shaft (1050) on to the drive shaft and connect with
pin (1030). Push the set ring (1035) on pin (1030).

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PAGE
12.0R

12 Removal and Fitting of the Single Mechanical Seal


(Spectra 12/1 - 12/105)
Utmost cleanliness must be observed for all removal and fitting activities.
Please avoid any damage to the sealing surfaces and gaskets.
The sealing unit is dismantled on the shaft.






Remove all visible connecting screws and pull apart the seal housing on
the shaft. The seal housing can be made up of several parts, depending
on the seal construction.
Compare the attached Sectional Drawing W...!
Carefully remove the housing parts from the shaft together with the seal
counter face parts, one after the other.
Carefully push the seal counter face parts out of the housing parts.
Special care must be taken when fitting double PTFE-coated gaskets:
the joint of the outer coating must point away from the seal assembly
direction, otherwise the coating may open or be pulled off!
Refitting is a simple reversal of the above procedure.

To reduce frictional forces during seal assembly, apply some glycerine


to the shaft and the seal housing in the area of the gaskets.
Ensure that the distribution of pressure is uniform when inserting
the pressure sensitive counter rings. When inserting larger rings,
use a suitable mandrel.
Do not allow any foreign bodies to get between the sliding surfaces.

Important : Exactly keep to the seal installation dimensions and


ensure that the sealing faces are correctly pressed together
(see Manufacturer's catalogue).

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13 RECOMMENDED STOCK
OF WEAR PARTS

M P E

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PAGE
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13 Recommended Spare Parts


In general, we have all spare parts in stock. Our subsidiaries and exclusive
representatives also hold a certain stock. For special cases and when short
waiting periods are not acceptable, we recommend to keep an amount of
spare parts, corresponding to the pump, in stock on site (please see table
below).
Rotor
Stator
Elastomer parts as O-rings and sleeves
joint parts
shaft seals.

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To avoid mistakes in delivery, please identify the parts by their position


number shown in the spare parts list or on the sectional drawing.

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14 SECTIONAL DRAWINGS
AND LIST OF SPARE PARTS

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14 Sectional Drawings and List of Spare Parts

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1999

5075

8235

5425

1998

5425

2005

8235

3020

1050

3015

5075

3005

1055

7010

3010

7086

2010

8110

Datum / date

0085

gezeichnet / drawn
geprft / checked
freigegeben / released
Verteiler:

Abl./Storage

1:X

Mast./scale:

2025

2030

7005

0125

0120

Name

0140

Revision:

Spectra 12/1 - 12/105


Unterschrift/Signature

Type:

9500

SPARE PARTS LIST


Prominent Spectra Progressing Cavity Pumps

Pos. No

(Type) : Quantity

0085
0120
0125
0140
1030
1035
1050
1055
1998
1999
2005
2010
2015
2016
2020
2025
2025
2030
2030
2035
3005
3010
3010
3015
3015
3020
3020
3070
5065
5075
5115
5425
5990
7005
7010
7086
8010
8012
8015
8110
8060
8235
9000

1
4
4
4
(6/300 - 3/12000) : 1
(6/300 - 3/12000) : 1
1
(12/1 - 12/105) : 1
1
1
1
1
(6/300 - 3/12000) : 1
(6/300 - 3/12000) : 1
(6/300 - 3/12000) : 4
(12/1 - 12/105) : 2
(6/300 - 3/12000) : 4
(12/1 - 12/105) : 2
(6/300 - 3/12000) : 4
(6/300 - 3/12000) : 1
1
(12/1 - 12/105) : 2
(6/300 - 3/12000) : 4
(12/1 - 12/105) : 2
(6/300 - 3/12000) : 4
(12/1 - 12/105) : 2
(6/300 - 3/12000) : 6
4
(3/3000 - 3/12000) : 2
2
(3/3000 - 3/12000) : 2
2
see page 7.2
1
1
(12/1 - 12/105) : 1
(6/300 - 3/12000) : 1
(6/300 - 3/12000) : 1
(6/300 - 3/12000) : 1
(12/1 - 12/105) : 1
(3/3000 - 3/12000) : 4
2
1

9500

Designation
drive stool
spring washer
hex head screw
hex nut
pin
thrower
connecting shaft
pin
coupling rod
rotor
end stud
housing
screw
screw
bolt
spring washer
spring washer
hex nut
hex nut
support
stator
thru bolt
thru bolt
spring washer
spring washer
hex nut
hex nut
spring washer
circlip
pin
sleeve
clamp ring
lubricating oil
seal housing
mechanical seal
set ring
gasket
gasket
O-ring
gasket
O-ring
SM-pin joint seal
substructure
drive

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15 EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY

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15 EC declaration of conformity

Datum

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- Original EC Declaration of Conformity for Machinery


We,

ProMinent Dosiertechnik GmbH


Im Schuhmachergewann 5 - 11
D - 69123 Heidelberg

hereby declare that the product identied below conforms to the basic health and safety
requirements of the EC Directive, by virtue of its design and construction, and in the conguration
placed on the market by us.
This declaration is no longer applicable if changes are made to the product without our authorisation.

Product description:

Eccentric screw pump, Spectra series

Product type:

Spectra

Serial no.:

see type plate on the unit

Applicable
EC Directives:

EC Machinery Directive (2006/42/EC)


EC EMC Directive (2004/108/EC)
The safety objectives of the Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC
were complied with in accordance with Appendix 1, No. 1.5.1
of the Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC

Applied harmonised standards,


especially:

EN ISO 12100, EN 809

Technical documentation was


compiled by the authorised
representative for documentation:

Dr. Johannes Hartfiel


Im Schuhmachergewann 5-11
D - 69123 Heidelberg

Date / Manufacturer signature:

08.03.2012

Name / position of the signatory:

Joachim Schall, Manager Innovation and Technology

Intelligent Drivesystems, Worldwide Services

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B1000

Operating and Assembly Instructions for


Gear Units and Geared Motors

DRIVESYSTEMS

Contents

1.
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6

Notes .............................................................................................................................. 4
General information ........................................................................................................ 4
Safety and information symbols ..................................................................................... 4
Correct use ..................................................................................................................... 4
Safety information........................................................................................................... 5
Other documents ............................................................................................................ 6
Disposal .......................................................................................................................... 6

2.
2.1
2.2

Description of gear units.............................................................................................. 7


Type designations and gear unit types........................................................................... 7
Name plate ..................................................................................................................... 8

3.
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9
3.10
3.11
3.12

Assembly instructions, storage, preparation, installation ....................................... 9


Storing the gear unit ....................................................................................................... 9
Long-term storage .......................................................................................................... 9
Transporting the gear unit ............................................................................................ 10
Preparing for installation............................................................................................... 10
Installing the gear unit .................................................................................................. 11
Fitting hubs on the gear shafts ..................................................................................... 12
Fitting push-on gear units ............................................................................................. 13
Fitting shrink discs ........................................................................................................ 15
Fitting the covers .......................................................................................................... 16
Fitting a standard motor.............................................................................................. 17
Retrospective paintwork ............................................................................................. 18
Fitting the cooling coil to the cooling system .............................................................. 19

4.
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5

Commissioning ........................................................................................................... 20
Checking the oil level.................................................................................................... 20
Activating the automatic lubricant dispenser ................................................................ 20
Operation with lubricant cooling ................................................................................... 21
Running-in time for the worm gear unit ........................................................................ 21
Checklist ....................................................................................................................... 21

5.
5.1
5.2

Service and maintenance........................................................................................... 22


Service and maintenance intervals............................................................................... 22
Service and maintenance work .................................................................................... 22

6.
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5

Appendix...................................................................................................................... 26
Versions and maintenance ........................................................................................... 26
Torque values ............................................................................................................... 37
Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................ 37
Lubricants ..................................................................................................................... 38
Lubricant quantities....................................................................................................... 40

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1. Notes
1.

Notes

1.1 General information


Read the Operating Manual carefully prior to performing any work on or putting the gear unit into
operation. Strict compliance with the instructions in this Operating Manual is essential.
Getriebebau NORD accepts no liability for damage to persons, materials or assets as a result of
the non-observance of this Operating Manual, operating errors or incorrect use. General wearing
parts, e.g. radial seals are excluded from the warranty.
If additional components are attached to or installed in the gear unit (e.g. motor, cooling
system, pressure sensor etc.) or components (e.g. cooling system) are supplied with the
order, the operating instructions for these components must be observed.
If geared motors are used, compliance with the Motor Operating Manual is also necessary.
If you do not understand the contents of this Operating Manual or additional operating
instructions, please consult Getriebebau NORD!

1.2 Safety and information symbols


Please always observe the following safety and information symbols!

Danger!
Risk of fatalities and injury

Attention!
Machine may be damaged

Note!
Useful information

1.3 Correct use


These gear units generate a rotational movement and are intended for use in commercial
systems. The gear unit must only be used according to the information in the technical
documentation from Getriebebau NORD.

Danger!
Use in explosion hazard areas is prohibited.
Strict compliance with the technical data on the rating plate is essential.
The documentation must be observed.
Appropriate safety measures must be taken for applications where failure of a gear unit or
geared motor may result in injury.

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1. Notes
1.4 Safety information
All work including transportation, storage, installation, electrical connection, commissioning,
servicing, maintenance and repair must be performed only by qualified specialist personnel.
It is recommended that repairs to NORD Products are carried out by the NORD Service
department.

Danger!
Installation and maintenance work must only be performed when gear units are at a standstill
and have cooled down. The drive must be isolated and secured to prevent accidental start-up.
Tighten the drive elements or secure the parallel key before switching on.

Danger!
Only transport use the eyebolts attached to the gear unit. No additional loads may be
attached. Transportation aids and lifting gear must have an adequate load-bearing capacity.
If geared motors have an additional eyebolt attached to the motor, this must also be used. Avoid
pulling the eyebolts at an angle. The thread of the eyebolt must be fully screwed in.
Observe all safety information, including that provided in the individual sections of this
Operating Manual. All national and other regulations on safety and accident prevention must
also be observed.

Danger!
Serious physical and property damage may result from inappropriate installation, nondesignated use, incorrect operation, non-compliance with safety information, unauthorised
removal of housing components or safety covers and structural modifications to the gear unit.

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1. Notes
1.5 Other documents
Further information may be obtained from the following documents:
- Gear unit catalogues (G1000, G2000, G1011, G1012, G1034, G1035)
- Operating and maintenance instructions for the electric motor
- if applicable, operating instructions for attached or supplied options

1.6 Disposal
Observe the current local regulations. In particular, lubricants must be collected and disposed of
correctly.
Gear unit components:

Material:

Toothed wheels, shafts, rolling bearings, parallel keys,


locking rings,

Steel

Gear unit housing, housing components,

Grey cast iron

Light alloy gear unit housing, light alloy gear unit


housing components,

Aluminium

Worm gears, bushes, ...

Bronze

Radial seals, sealing caps, rubber components,

Elastomers with steel

Coupling components

Plastic with steel

Flat seals

Asbestos-free sealing material

Gear oil

Additive mineral oil

Synthetic gear oil (rating plate code: CLP PG)

Polyglycol-based lubricants

Cooling spiral, embedding material of the cooling spiral, Copper, epoxy, yellow brass
screw fittings

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2. Description of Gear Units


2.

Description of gear units

2.1 Type designations and gear unit types


Helical gear units
SK 11E, SK 21E, SK 31E,SK 41E, SK 51E (single-stage)
SK 02, SK 12, SK 22, SK 32, SK 42, SK 52, SK 62N
(2-stage)
SK 03, SK 13, SK 23, SK 33N, SK 43, SK 53 (3-stage)
SK 62, SK 72, SK 82, SK 92, SK 102 (2-stage)
SK 63, SK 73, SK 83, SK 93, SK 103 (3-stage)
NORDBLOC helical gear units
SK 320, SK 172, SK 272, SK 372, SK 472, SK 572, SK 672,
SK 772, SK 872, SK 972 (2-stage)
SK 273, SK 373, SK 473, SK 573, SK 673, SK 773, SK 873,
SK 973 (3-stage)
SK 072.1, SK 172.1, SK 372.1, SK 572.1, SK 672.1, SK 772.1
SK 872.1, SK 972.1 (2-stage)
SK 373.1, SK 573.1, SK 673.1, SK 773.1, SK 873.1,
SK 973.1 (3-stage)
Standard helical gear units
SK 0, SK 01, SK 20, SK 25, SK 30, SK 33 (2-stage)
SK 010, SK 200, SK 250, SK 300, SK 330 (3-stage)
Parallel shaft gear units
SK 0182NB, SK 0282NB, SK 1282, SK 2282, SK 3282,
SK 4282, SK 5282, SK 6282, SK 7282, SK 8282, SK 9282,
SK 10282, SK 11282 (2-stage)
SK 1382NB, SK 2382, SK 3382, SK 4382, SK 5382,
SK 6382, SK 7382, SK 8382, SK 9382, SK 10382,
SK 11382, SK 12382 (3-stage)
Bevel gear units
SK 92072, SK 92172, SK 92372, SK 92672, SK 92772
(2-stage)
SK 9012.1, SK 9016.1, SK 9022.1, SK 9032.1,
SK 9042.1, SK 9052.1, SK 9062.1, SK 9072.1,
SK 9082.1, SK 9086.1, SK 9092.1, SK 9096.1 (3-stage)
SK 9013.1, SK 9017.1, SK 9023.1, SK 9033.1, SK 9043.1,
SK 9053.1 (4-stage)
Contrate worm gear unit
SK 02040, SK 02050, SK 12063, SK 12080,
SK 32100,SK 42125 (2-stage)
SK 13050, SK 13063, SK 13080, SK 33100, SK 43125
(3-stage)
MINIBLOC worm gear units
SK1 S32, SK1 S40, SK 1S50, SK 1S63, SK 1SU...
SK 1SM31, SK 1SM40, SK 1SM50, SK 1SM63 (single-stage)
SK 2S32NB, SK 2S40NB, SK 2S50NB, SK 2S63NB,
SK 2SU,
SK 2SM40, SK 2SM50, SK 2SM63 (2-stage)
UNIVERSAL worm gear units
SK 1SI31, SK 1SI40, SK 1SI50, SK 1SI63, SK 1SI75,
SK 1SIS31,, SK 1SIS75,
SK 1SD31, SK 1SD40,SK 1SD50, SK 1SD63,
SK 1SIS-D31,, SK 1SIS-D63 (single-stage)
SK 2SD40, SK 2SD50, SK 2SD63, SK 1SI/31,
SK 1SI/H10,
SK 2SIS-D40,, SK 2SIS-D63 (2-stage)

Versions / Options
A
V
L
Z
F
X
XZ
XF
AL
5

Foot mounting with solid shaft


Hollow shaft version
Solid shaft version
Solid shaft both sides
Drive flange B14
Output flange B5
Foot mounting
Base and output flange B14
Base and output flange B5
Reinforced axial drive bearings
Reinforced output shaft
(Standard helical gear unit)
V
Reinforced drive shaft
(Standard helical gear unit)
D
Torque support
K
Torque console
S
Shrink disc
VS
Reinforced shrink disc
EA
Hollow shaft with internal spline
G
Rubber buffer
VG
Reinforced rubber buffer
R
Back stop
B
Fixing element
H
Covering cap as contact guard
H66
Covering cap IP66
VL
Reinforced bearings
VL2
Agitator design
VL3
Drywell agitator design
IEC
Standard motor mounting
NEMA Standard motor mounting
W
With free drive shaft
VI
Viton radial seals
OA
Oil expansion vessel
OT
Oil level tank
SO1
Synthetic oil ISO VG 220
CC
Casing cover with cooling spiral
DR
Spring Loaded Breather
H10
Modular contrate pre-stage
/31
Worm pre-stage
/40
Worm pre-stage

Double gear units consist of two single gear units. They are to be treated as per the instructions in
this Manual, i.e. as two individual gear units. Type designation of double gear units: e.g. SK 73/22
(consisting of single gears SK 73 and SK 22)

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2. Description of Gear Units


2.2 Name plate

Explanation of the Name Plate

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Matrix Barcode

NORD gear unit type

Operating mode

Year of manufacture

Serial number

Rated torque of gear unit output shaft

Drive power

Weight according to ordered version

Overall gear unit ratio

10

Installation orientation

11

Rated speed of gear unit output shaft

12

Lubricant type, viscosity and quantity

13

Customers part number

14

Operating factor

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3. Assembly instructions, storage,


preparation, installation
3.

Assembly instructions, storage, preparation, installation


Please observe all of the general safety information in Section 1.4, 1.3 and in the individual
sections.

3.1 Storing the gear unit


For short-term storage before commissioning, please observe the following:

Store in the fitting position (see Section 6.1) and secure gear units against falling

Lightly grease bare metal housing surfaces and shafts

Store in dry rooms

Temperature must not fluctuate beyond the range of 5 oC to +40 oC

Relative humidity less than 60%

No direct exposure to sunlight or UV light

No aggressive, corrosive substances (contaminated air, ozone, gases, solvents, acids,


alkalis, salts, radioactivity etc.) in the immediate vicinity

No vibration or oscillation

3.2 Long-term storage


Note!
For storage or standstill periods in excess of 9 months, Getriebebau NORD recommends the
long-term storage option. With the long-term storage option and the use of the measures
listed below, storage for up to 2 years is possible. As the actual influences on the unit greatly
depend on the local conditions, these times should only be regarded as guide values.
Conditions of the gear unit and storage area for long-term storage prior to
commissioning:

Store in the fitting position (see Section 6.1) and secure gear units against falling

Transportation damage to the external paint must be repaired. Check that a suitable rust
inhibitor is applied to the flange bearing surfaces. If necessary apply a suitable rust inhibitor
to the surfaces.

Gear units with the long-term storage option are completely filled with lubricant or have VCI
corrosion protection agents added to the gear oil. (See label on gear unit)

The sealing band in the vent plug must not be removed during storage. The gear unit must
remain sealed tight.

Store in a dry place.

In tropical regions, the drive unit must be protected against damage by insects

Temperature must not fluctuate beyond the range of 5 oC to +40 oC

Relative humidity less than 60%

No direct exposure to sunlight or UV light

No aggressive, corrosive substances (contaminated air, ozone, gases, solvents, acids,


alkalis, salts, radioactivity etc.) in the immediate vicinity

No vibration or oscillation

Measures during storage or standstill periods

If the relative humidity is <50% the gear unit can be stored for up to 3 years.

Measures before commissioning

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If the storage or standstill period exceeds 2 years or the temperature during short-term
storage greatly deviates from the standard range, the lubricant in the gear unit must be
replaced before commissioning.

If the gear unit is completely filled, the oil level must be reduced before commissioning.
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3. Assembly instructions, storage,


preparation, installation
3.3 Transporting the gear unit
Danger!
To prevent injury, the danger area must be generously cordoned off. Standing under the
gear unit during transport is extremely dangerous.

Attention!
Avoid damage to the gear unit. Impacts to the free ends of the shafts may cause internal
damage to the gear unit.
Use adequately dimensioned and suitable means of transportation. Lifting tackle must be
designed for the weight of the gear unit. The weight of the gear unit can be obtained from the
dispatch documents.

3.4 Preparing for installation


The drive unit must be inspected and may only be installed if no transportation damage or leaks
are visible. In particular the radial seals and the sealing caps must be inspected for damage.
All bare metal surfaces and shafts of the gear unit are protected against corrosion with oil,
grease or corrosion protection agents before shipping.
Thoroughly remove all oil, grease or corrosion protection agents and any dirt from the shafts and
flange surfaces before assembly.
In applications where an incorrect rotational direction may result in damage or potential risk, the
correct rotational direction of the drive shaft is to be established by test running the drive when
uncoupled and guaranteeing such for subsequent operation.
Gears with integrated return stops are marked with arrows on the driven/driving sides. The
arrows point in the rotation direction of the gear unit. It must be ensured, when connecting the
motor and during motor control, that the gear unit can only operate in the rotation direction, e.g.
by means of a rotary field test. (For further details, please refer to Catalogue G1000 and
WN 0-000 40)

Attention!
With gear units with an integrated back stop, switching the drive motor to the blocked rotation
direction, i.e. incorrect rotation direction, can lead to gear damage.
Ensure that no aggressive or corrosive substances are present in the area surrounding the
installation site or are subsequently expected during operation, which attack metal, lubricants or
elastomers. In case of doubt, please contact Getriebebau NORD and take the recommended
action.
Oil expansion tanks (Option OA) must be fitted in accordance with the attached works standard
WN 0-530 04. For gear units with an M10x1 vent plug, works standard WN 0-52135 must be
observed.
Oil storage tanks (Option OT) must be fitted in accordance with the attached works standard
WN 0-521 30.
If venting of the gear unit is provided, the vent or the pressure vent must be activated before
commissioning. To activate, remove the transport securing devices (sealing cord). Position of the
vent plug: see Section 6.1.
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Figure 3-1: Activating the vent plug


Special pressure vents are supplied as loose parts. Before commissioning, the vent plug must
be replace with the pressure vent which is supplied as a loose part. This is achieved by screwing
out the vent fitting and replacing it with the pressure vent and seal (refer to Section 6.2 for torque
values). Double gear units consist of two single units and are equipped with 2 oil chambers and
2 pressure vents.

Figure 3-2: Removing vent plug and fitting the pressure vent

3.5 Installing the gear unit


The eyebolts screwed into the gear units must be used during installation. The safety notes in
Section 1.4 must be observed.
The base and/or flange to which the gear unit is fitted should be vibration-free, torsionally strong
and flat. The smoothness of the mating surface on the base or flange must be according to
tolerance clad K of DIN ISO 2768-2. All contamination to the bolting surfaces of gear unit and
base and/or flange must be thoroughly removed.
The gear unit must be precisely aligned with the drive shaft of the machine in order to prevent
additional forces from being imposed on the gear unit due to tension.
Welding of the gear unit is prohibited. The gear unit must not be used as the earth connection for
welding work, as this may cause damage to the bearings and gear wheels.

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The gear unit must be installed in the correct configuration (see Section 6.1) (UNIVERSAL
gear unit types SI and SIS are independent of the configuration). Changes to the installation
position after delivery require adjustment of the quantity of oil, and often other measures such as
e.g. the installation of encapsulated roller bearings. Damage may result if the stated
installation position is not observed.
All gear unit feet and/or all flange bolts on each side must be used. Bolts must have a minimum
quality of 8.8. The bolts must be tightened to the correct torques (refer to Section 6.2 for torque
values). Tension-free bolting must be ensured, particularly for gear units with a foot and flange.

Danger!
To ensure that the gearbox does not get too warm and to avoid injury to persons,
observe the following during installation:
The surfaces of gear units or geared motors may become hot during or shortly after
operation. Attention: danger of burns!! Protection against accidental contact may need to
be installed.
With geared motors, the cooling air of the motor fan must be able to flow unobstructed
onto the gear unit.

3.6 Fitting hubs on the gear shafts


Attention!
Do not subject the gear unit to harmful axial forces when fitting the hubs.
Drive and driven elements, e.g. coupling and chain-wheel hubs must be mounted onto the drive
and driven shaft of the gear unit using suitable pullers that will not apply damaging axial forces
onto the gear unit. In particular, do not hit the hubs with a hammer.
Use the end thread of the shafts for pulling. Fitting can be aided by coating the hub with lubricant
or heating it up to approx. 100oC beforehand.

Figure 3-3: Example of a simple pulling device

Danger!
Drive and driven elements, such as belt drives, chain drives and couplings must be fitted
with contact protection.
Driven elements may only subject the drive units to the maximum radial force FR and axial
force FA as specified in the catalogue. Observe the correct tension, particularly on belts and
chains. Additional loads due to unbalanced hubs are not permitted. The radial force must be
applied to the gear unit as closely as possible.
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3.7 Fitting push-on gear units


Attention!
The bearings, gear wheels, shafts and housing may be damaged by incorrect fitting.
The push-on gear unit must be fitted onto the shaft using a suitable puller, which will not exert
damaging axial forces on the gear unit. In particular, do not hit the gear unit with a hammer.
Assembly and subsequent dismantling is aided by applying an anti-corrosive lubricant to the
shaft before fitting.

Figure 3-4: Applying lubricant to the shaft and the hub

Note!
The gear unit can be fitted to shafts with and without a shoulder using the fastening element
(Option B). Tighten the bolt of the fastening element to the correct torque. (See Chapter 6.2 for
torque values) For gear units with option H66, the factory-fitted closing cap must be removed
before assembly.

For shaft mounted gear units with option H66 and fastening element (Option B) the pressed-in
closing cap must be pushed out before fitting the gear unit. The pressed-in closing cap may be
destroyed during dismantling. As standard a second closing cap is supplied as a loose spare
part. After fitting the gear unit, fit the new / new condition closing cap as described in Section
3.11.

Figure 3-5: Removing the factory-fitted closing cap

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Figure 3-6: Gear unit mounted to shaft with a shoulder using the fastening element

Figure 3-7: Gear unit mounted to shaft without a shoulder using the fastening element

A gear unit can be dismantled from a shaft with shoulder using the following device, for example.

Figure 3-8: Dismantling using dismantling device

When mounting push-on gears with torque supports, the support must not be distorted. Tensionfree mounting is aided by the rubber buffer (Option G and/or VG).

Figure 3-9: Mounting the rubber buffer (Option G and/or VG) on parallel shaft gear units
To fit the rubber buffer, tighten the screw fastening until there is no play between the contact
surfaces when there is no load. Then turn the fastening nut (only applies for screw fastenings
with adjusting threads) half a turn in order to pre-tension the rubber buffer. Greater pre-tension is
not permissible. Secure the screw fastening from coming loose, e.g. with Loctite 242 or a second
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Always support torque support on both sides!

Figure 3-10: Attaching the torque support on bevel gear and worm gear units

Tighten the bolts on the torque support to the correct torque (see Section 6.2 for torque values)
and secure to prevent loosening (e.g. Loctite 242, Loxeal 54-03).

3.8 Fitting shrink discs


Shrink disc type, Mat. No.
and torque details for tensioning screws

Tensioning flanges

Solid shaft of machine

Shaft and and hollow shaft bore

GREASE FREE!
Tensioning screws DIN 931 (933) -10.9

The shrink discs are suplied by the


manufacturer ready for fitting. They must not
be dismantled prior to fitting.

Hollow shaft of gear unit

Double half-slotted inner ring

Figure 3-11: Hollow shaft with shrink disc

Attention!
Do not tighten bolts if the solid shaft is not inserted!
Assembly sequence:
1. Remove any transport securing devices.
2. Loosen but do not remove tightening bolt and tighten gently by hand until there is no play
between the flanges and the inner ring.

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3. Slide the shrink disc onto the hollow shaft until the outer clamping flange is flush with the
hollow shaft. The shrink disc is easier to slide on if the bore of the inner ring is lightly
greased.
4. Prior to mounting, grease the solid shaft only in the area which will later come into contact
with the bronze bush in the hollow shaft of the gear unit. Do not grease the bronze bush, in
order to prevent grease penetrating the area around the shrink connection.
5. The hollow shaft of the gear unit must be completely de-greased and c o m p l e t e l y
free of grease.
6. In the area of the shrink connection the solid shaft of the machine must be degreased and
completely free of grease.
7. Insert the solid shaft of the machine into the hollow shaft so as to completely fill the area
around the shrink connection.
8. Position the clamping flange by gently tightening the bolts.
9. Tighten the bolts successively in a clockwise direction by several turns not crosswise
with approx. rotation per turn. Tighten the bolts with a torque wrench to the torque
indicated on the shrink disc.
10. When the tensioning bolts have been tightened, there must be an even gap between the
clamping flanges. If this is not the case, the gear unit must be dismantled and the shrink disc
connection checked for correct fit.

Danger!
Risk of injury from incorrect mounting and dismantling of the shrink disc.

Dismantling sequence:
1. Loosen the bolts successively in a clockwise direction by several turns with approx.
rotation per turn. Do not remove the bolts from their thread.
2. Loosen the clamping flanges from the cone of the inner ring.
3. Remove the gear unit from the solid shaft of the machine.

3.9 Fitting the covers


Danger!
Shrink discs and exposed rotating shaft ends require contact guards in order to prevent
injuries. A cover (Option H and Option H66) can be used as a guard. If this does not achieve
sufficient protection against contact according to the required protection type, the machinery
and plant constructor must ensure this be means of special attached components.
All fixing screws must be used and tightened to the correct torque. (See Section 6.2 for torque
values) For covers with option H66, press in the new / new condition closing cap by tapping it
lightly with a hammer.

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Figure 3-12: Fitting the covers, Option SH, Option H, and Option H66

3.10

Fitting a standard motor


The maximum permitted motor weights indicated in the table below must not be exceeded when
attaching the motor to an IEC- / NEMA adapter
Maximum permitted motor weights

IEC motor size

63

NEMA Motor size


Max. motor weight [kg]

71

80

90

100

112

132

160

180

200

225

250

280

315

56C 143T 145T 182T 184T 210T 250T 280T 324T 326T 365T
25

30

40

50

60

80

100

200

250

350

500

700 1000 1500

Assembly procedure to attach a standard motor to the IEC adapter (Option IEC)/NEMA adapter
1. Clean motor shaft and flange surfaces of motor and IEC /NEMA adapter and check for
damage. Mounting dimensions and tolerances of the motor must conform to DIN EN
50347/NEMA MG1 Part 4.
2. Push the coupling sleeve onto the motor shaft so that the motor parallel key engages into
the groove in the sleeve on tightening.
3. Tighten the coupling sleeve on the motor shaft in accordance with the motor manufacturers
instructions until it touches the collar. With motor sizes 160, 180 and 225, any spacer
bushes must be positioned between the coupling sleeve and the collar. With standard helical
gear units, dimension B between the coupling sleeve and the collar must be observed (see
Figure 3-13). Certain NEMA adapters require the adjustment of the coupling in accordance
with the specifications indicated on the adhesive plate.
4. Secure the coupling half with the threaded pin. The threaded pin must be coated prior to use
with a securing lubricant e.g. Loctite 242, Loxeal 54-03 and tightened to the correct torque.
(See Chapter 6.2 for torque values)
5. Sealing of the flange surfaces of the motor and the IEC /NEMA adapter is recommended if
the motor is installed outdoors or in a humid environment. The flange surfaces of motor and
adapter must be completely coated with surface sealant Loctite 574 or Loxeal 58-14 prior to
mounting so that the flange seals after mounting.
6. Mount the motor to the IEC /NEMA adapter, do not forget to fit the gear rim or the sleeve. (See
Figure 3-13)
7. Tighten the IEC /NEMA adapter bolts to the correct torque. (See Chapter 6.2 for torque
values)

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Figure 3-13: Fitting the coupling onto the motor shaft - various types of coupling

I
II
III
IV
V

Gear coupling, one-part


Gear coupling, two-part
Gear coupling, two-part with spacer bush
Claw coupling, two-part
Claw coupling, two-part, observe dimension B:
Standard helical gear unit:

Dimension B (Fig. 3-13V)


VI

3.11

SK0, SK01, SK20, SK25, SK30, SK33 (2-stage)


SK010, SK200, SK250, SK300, SK330 (3-stage)
IEC size 63

IEC size 71

B = 4.5mm

B = 11.5 mm

Claw coupling, two-part with spacer bush

Retrospective paintwork
Attention!
For retrospective painting of the gear unit, the radial seals, rubber elements, pressure venting
valves, hoses, type plates, adhesive labels and motor coupling components must not come
into contact with paints, lacquers or solvents, as otherwise components may be damaged or
made illegible.

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3.12

Fitting the cooling coil to the cooling system


Cutting ring screw threads (see Item 1, Figs. 3-14) are located at the casing cover for the
connection of a pipe with an external diameter of 10 mm according to DIN 2353. Remove the
drain plug from the screw neck prior to assembly to avoid any contamination of the
cooling system. The screw necks should be connected with the coolant circuit, which must be
provided by the operator. The flow direction of the coolant is irrelevant.
Make sure not to twist the screw necks during or after assembly as the cooling coil may be
damaged (see Item 3, Fig. 3-14). You must ensure that no external forces act on the cooling coil.

Figure 3-14: Cooling cover

Danger!
The pressure released from the cooling circuit before carrying out any work on the gear
unit.

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4.

Commissioning

4.1 Checking the oil level


The oil level must be checked prior to commissioning. See Section 5.2.

4.2 Activating the automatic lubricant dispenser


Some gear unit types with standard motor (Option IEC/NEMA) have an automatic lubricant
dispenser for the rolling bearings. This dispenser must be activated prior to commissioning. The
cartridge case cover has a red information sign for the activation of the lubricant dispenser.
Activating the Automatic Lubricant Dispenser:
1. Loosen and remove cylinder bolts M8x16 (1)
2. Lift off cartridge case cover (2)
3. Insert activation screw (3) into the lubricant dispenser (5) until the lug (4) breaks off at
the defined fracture point
4. Refit cartridge case cover (2) and fasten using cylinder bolt (1). (See Chapter 6.2 for
torque values)
5. Mark activation date on the adhesive plate (6) indicating month/year

Attention!
Screw in the activation screw until the lug breaks off
before commissioning the gear unit.
Dispensing time: 12 Months
Month
Activation date Year
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
06 07 08 09 10
11 12 13 14 15

Figure 4-1: Activating the automatic lubricant dispenser with standard motor mounting

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4.3 Operation with lubricant cooling
Water cooling

Caution!
The drive may only be commissioned after the cooling spiral has been connected to the
cooling circuit, and the cooling circuit has been put into operation.
The coolant must have a similar thermal capacity as water (specific thermal capacity at 20C
c=4.18 kJ/kgK). Industrial water without any air bubbles or sediments is recommended as a
coolant. The water hardness must be between 1 dH and 15 dH, and the pH value must be
between pH 7.4 and pH 9.5. No aggressive liquids should be added to the coolant!
The coolant pressure must not exceed 8 bar. The required quantity of coolant is 10
litres/minute, and the coolant inlet temperature should not exceed 40C; we recommend
10C.
We also recommend fitting a pressure reducer at the coolant inlet to avoid any damage due to
excessive pressure.
If there is a danger of frost the operator should add a suitable anti-freeze solution to the cooling
water.
The temperature of the cooling water and the cooling water flow rate must be supervised
and ensured by the operator.
Air/Oil cooler
This version and all important data concerning the air/oil cooler can be obtained from Catalogue
G1000, or contact the manufacturer of the cooling unit.

4.4 Running-in time for the worm gear unit


Note!
In order to achieve maximum efficiency of the worm gear unit, the gear unit must be subjected
to a running-in period of approx. 25 h 48 h under maximum load.
There may be a reduction in efficiency before the running-in period is complete.

4.5 Checklist
Checklist
Object of the check

Checked on:

Information
see Section

Is the vent plug activated or the pressure vent screwed in?

Sec. 3.4

Does the required configuration conform with the actual installation?

Sec. 6.1

Are the external gear shaft forces within permitted limits (chain tension)?

Sec. 3.6

Is the torque support correctly fitted?

Sec. 3.7

Are contact guards fitted to rotating components?

Sec. 3.9

Is the automatic lubricant dispenser activated?

Sec. 4.2

Is the cooling cover connected to the cooling circuit?

Sec. 3.12/4.3

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5.

Service and maintenance

5.1 Service and maintenance intervals


Service and Maintenance Intervals

Service and Maintenance Work

At least every six months

- Visual inspection
- Check for running noises
- Check oil level
- Re-grease
(applicable only to free drive shaft / Option W
and on agitator bearings / Option VL2 / VL3)
- Replace automatic lubricator (for operating
times < 8 h/day: a replacement interval for the
lubricant dispenser of 1 year is permissible)
(only with IEC/NEMA standard motors)

For operating temperatures up to 80C - Change the oil


Every 10000 operating hours
- Clean or replace the vent plug.
at least every 2 years
(The interval is double this if the unit is
filled with synthetic products)
For higher temperatures or extreme
operating conditions (high humidity,
aggressive environments and large
temperature fluctuations) the oil change
intervals must be halved.
At least every 10 years
- General overhaul

Information
see Section
5.2
5.2
5.2
5.2

5.2

5.2
5.2

5.2

5.2 Service and maintenance work


Servicing and maintenance work must only be performed by qualified specialist
personnel.
Installation and maintenance work must only be performed when gear units are at a
standstill. The drive must be isolated and secured to prevent accidental start-up.
Visual inspection
The gear unit must be checked for leaks. In addition, the gear unit must be inspected for external
damage and cracks in the hoses, hose connections and rubber buffers. Have the gear unit
repaired in case of leaks, e.g. dripping gear oil or cooling water, damage or cracks. Please contact
the NORD service department.
Note:
SI type universal worm gear drives, IEC/NEMA adapters for NORDBLOC.1 up to size 673.1 and
SEP/SEK servo motor adapters are sealed on the drive side by means of a shaft sealing ring
which is located directly in the oil space. This ensures that the shaft sealing ring is especially
well supplied with lubricating oil, and has low friction and a long service life.
The drive shaft bearing has two cover discs, which form a non-contact seal (See Fig. 5-1). These
form a long sealing gap between the shoulder of the inner ring. Because of this, the bearing is
almost frictionless, friction losses are minimal and there is no temperature increase in the drive
shaft bearing.

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Oil space

Shaft sealing ring

Bearing 6xxx 2Z

Fig. 5-1: Drive shaft bearing and seal on the coupling side of universal worm gear units

Due to the internal construction of the bearing, there may initially be a very slight apparent
leakage on the drive shaft, which is caused by transport or storage. I.e. there may be a slight
escape of oil from the bearing grease before commissioning and in the initial phase of operation.
We hereby explicitly point out that any slight escape of oil does not constitute technical
faults and does not impair the reliability of the gear unit and the bearing.

Check for running noises


If the gear unit produces unusual running noises and/or vibrations, this could indicate damage to
the gear unit In this case the gear should be shut down and a general overhaul carried out.

Check the oil level


Section 6.1 describes the versions and the corresponding oil level screws. With double gear
units, the oil level must be checked on both units. The pressure vent must be at the position
marked in Section 6.1.
The oil level does not need to be checked on gear units without oil level screw (see Section 6.1).
Gear unit types that are not supplied full of oil must be filled before the oil level is checked. (see
Changing the oil)
Checking the oil level:
1. The oil level may only be checked when the gear unit is at a standstill and has cooled
down. The gear unit must be secured to prevent accidental switch-on.
2. The oil level screw corresponding to the version must be screwed out. (See Section 6.1)

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Note!
At the first oil level check a small amount of oil may escape, as the oil level may be below the
lower edge of the oil level hole.
3. Gear units with oil level screw: The maximum oil level is the lower edge of the oil level hole.
The minimum oil level is 4 mm below the oil level hole. If the oil level is too low, this must be
corrected using the correct type of oil. An oil level glass is available instead of the oil level
screw
4. Gear units with an oil level vessel: The oil level must be checked in the oil level vessel with
the aid of the dipstick plug (thread G1 1/4). The oil level must be between the upper and
lower mark when the dipstick is completely screwed in (see Fig. 5-2). The oil level must be
corrected with the correct type of oil if necessary. These gearboxes may only be operated in
the configuration stated in Section 6.1.
5. The oil level screw or the cap screw with dipstick and all other loosened screws must be
correctly re-tightened.

Figure 5-2: Check the oil level with a dipstick

Regreasing
Some gear unit designs (free drive shaft, Option W, agitator designs VL2 and VL3) are equipped
with a regreasing device.
For agitator versions VL2 and VL3, the vent screw located opposite to the grease nipple must be
unscrewed before regreasing. Grease should be injected until a quantity of 20-25g escapes from
the vent hole. After this, the vent plug must be reinserted and tightened.
For Option W and some IEC adapters, the outer roller bearing must be regreased with approx.
20-25g of grease via the grease nipple provided
Recommended grease: Petamo GHY 133N (see Section 6.4: Klber Lubrication).
Replacing the automatic lubricant dispenser
Screw-off the cartridge case cover (2), (see Fig. 4-1). The lubrication dispenser (5) is screwed
out and replaced with a new component (Part No. 283 0100). Then activate (see Chapter 4.2)!
Changing the oil
The figures in Section 6.1 show the oil drain screw, the oil level screw and the pressure vent
screw for various designs.
Sequence:
1.
Place the drip tray below the oil drain screw or the oil drain cock
2.

Completely remove oil level screw, screwed sealing plug with dipstick if an oil level tank
is being used and oil drain screw.

Danger!
Warning: Hot oil!

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3.

Drain all the oil from the gear unit.

4.

If the screw lock coating of the oil drain screw or oil level screw is damaged in the
thread, a new oil level screw must be used or the thread cleaned and coated with
securing lubricant, e.g. Loctite 242, Loxeal 54-03 prior to inserting. The seal ring must be
replaced if damaged.

5.

Support the seal ring, insert the oil drain screw into the hole and tighten to the correct
torque! (See Section 6.2 for torque values)

6.

Using a suitable filling device, refill with oil of the same type through the oil level hole
until oil emerges from the oil level hole. (The oil can also be filled through the pressure
vent screw or a sealing plug located higher than the oil level). If an oil level vessel is
used, fill the oil through the upper inlet (thread G1) until the oil level is set as described
in Section 5.2.

7.

Wait at least 15 minutes, or at least 30 minutes if an oil level tank is used, and then
check the oil level. Proceed as described in Section 5.2.

Note!
The oil does not need to be changed on gear units without oil level screw (see Section 6.1).
These gear units are lubricated for life.
Standard helical gear units have no oil level screw. Here, the oil is topped up through the
pressure vent bolt using the quantities listed in the table in Section 6.5.

Cleaning or replacing the vent plug


In case of severe dirt, unscrew the vent plug and clean it thoroughly. If necessary screw in a new
vent plug with a new sealing ring.

General overhaul
The gear units must be completely dismantled The following work must be carried out:

Clean all gear unit components

Examine all gear unit components for damage

All damaged components must be replaced

All roller bearings must be replaced

Replace back stops if fitted

Replace all seals, radial seals and Nilos rings

Replace plastic and elastomer components of the motor coupling

The general overhaul must be carried out by qualified personnel in a specialist workshop with
appropriate equipment in observance of national regulations and laws. We recommend that the
general overhaul is carried out by the NORD service department.

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6. Appendix
6.

Appendix

6.1 Versions and maintenance


Explanation of symbols for the following version illustrations:

Vent
Oil level
Oil drain

Note!
SK 320, SK 172, SK 272, SK 372K, SK 273 and SK373 as well as SK 01282 NB, SK 0282
NB, SK 1382 NB and UNIVERSAL / Minibloc gear units are lubricated for life. These gear
units do not have an oil filler screw.

Parallel shaft gear units with oil level vessel


The following applies for SK 9282, SK 9382, SK 10282, SK 10382, SK 11282, SK 11382 parallel
gear units and SK 12382 in the M4 configuration with oil level vessels:

Figure 6-1: Oil level check with oil level tank

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M1
B3+B5

M1
B3+B5
M2
V6+V3

M6
B7+B5III

M2
V6+V3

M6
B7+B5III

SK 02
SK 12
SK 22
SK 32
SK 42
SK 52
SK 62N

SK 11E
SK 21E
SK 31E
SK 41E
SK 51E

M5
B6+B5II

M4
V5+V1

M5
B6+B5II

M4
V5+V1
M3
B8+B5I

M3
B8+B5I

M1
B3+B5

M6
B7+B5III

M2
V6+V3

M6
B7+B5III

M5
B6+B5II

M5
B6+B5II

M4
V5+V1
M3
B8+B5I

M3
B8+B5I

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V6+V3

SK 62
SK 72
SK 82
SK 92
SK 102
SK 63*
SK 73*
SK 83*
SK 93*
SK 103*

SK 03
SK 13
SK 23
SK 33N
SK 43
SK 53

M4
V5+V1

M1
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B3+B5

M1
M2
V3+V6

M6
B7+B5III

M6

M2

SK 372.1
SK 572.1
SK 672.1
SK 373.1
SK 573.1
SK 673.1

SK 472
SK 572
SK 672
SK 772
SK 872
SK 972
SK 473
SK 573
SK 673
SK 773
SK 873*
SK 973*

M4

M5
B6+B5II

M4
V1+V5

M5

M3

M3
B8+B5I

M1

M1

M6
M2

M2

*
SK 372.1F
SK 572.1F
SK 672.1F
SK 373.1F
SK 573.1F
SK 673.1F

SK 772.1
SK 872.1
SK 972.1
SK 773.1*
SK 873.1*
SK 973.1*

M6

M4

M5

M5

M4

M3

M3

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M2

*
SK 772.1F
SK 872.1F
SK 972.1F
SK 773.1F*
SK 873.1F*
SK 973.1F*

M6

M5

M4

M3

M1

M1

M2

M6

M6
M2

SK 072.1 F
SK 172.1 F

SK 072.1
SK 172.1

M4

M4

M5

M3

M5

M4

M3

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B3+B5

M2
V6+V3
SK 0
SK 01
SK 20
SK 25
SK 30
SK 33

M6
B7+B5III

M4
V1+V5

M5
B6+B5II

M3
B8+B5I
M1
B3+B5
M2
V6+V3

SK 010
SK 200
SK 250
SK 300
SK 330

M6
B7+B5III

M5
B6+B5II

M4
V1+V5

M3
B8+B5I

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M1
H1

M1
H1

M2
H6

M6
H3

M2
H6

M6
H3
SK 2382
SK 3382
SK 4382
SK 5382

SK 1282
SK 2282
SK 3282
SK 4282
SK 5282
SK 0182NB
SK 0282NB
SK 1382NB*
* 26

M4
H5

M5
H4

M5
H4

M4
H5

M3
H2

M3
H2

M1
H1

M2
H6

M6
H3

SK 6282*
SK 7282*
SK 8282*
SK 9282*
SK 10282*
SK 11282*
SK 6382
SK 7382
SK 8382
SK 9382
SK 10382
SK 11382
SK 12382

M5
H4

M4
H5

M3
H2

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B3

M1
B3

M6
V6

M2
B6
SK 92172
SK 92372
SK 92672
SK 92772

M2
B6

M6
V6
SK 92072
M4
B3I

M4
B3I

M5
V5

M5
V5

M3
B8

M3
B8
M1
B3
M1
B3

M6
V6

M2
B6

M2
B6

M6
V6
SK 9012.1
SK 9016.1
SK 9022.1
SK 9032.1
SK 9042.1
SK 9052.1
SK 9062.1
SK 9072.1
SK 9082.1
SK 9086.1
SK 9092.1
SK 9096.1

M4
B3I

SK 9013.1
SK 9017.1
SK 9023.1
SK 9033.1
SK 9043.1
SK 9053.1

M4
B3I

M5
V5
M3
B8

M3
B8

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H1+B5I

M6
H6+V3

M1
H1+B5I

M2
H4+B5

M2
H4+B5

M6
H6+V3

SK 92172
SK 92372
SK 92672
SK 92772

SK 92072

M5
H5+V1

M4
H3+B5II

M5
H5+V1

M4
H3+B5II

M3
H2+B5III

M3
H2+B5III

M1
H1+B5I
M1
H1+B5I

M6
H6+V3

M2
H4+B5
SK 9012.1
SK 9016.1
SK 9022.1
SK 9032.1
SK 9042.1
SK 9052.1
SK 9062.1
SK 9072.1
SK 9082.1
SK 9086.1
SK 9092.1
SK 9096.1

M4
H3+B5II

SK 9013.1
SK 9017.1
SK 9023.1
SK 9033.1
SK 9043.1
SK 9053.1

M5
H5+V1

M4
H3+B5II

M3
H2+B5III

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H4+B5

M6
H6+V3

M5
H5+V1

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B3

M1
B3

M2
B6

M6
V6

SK 02050
SK 12063
SK 12080
SK 32100
SK 42125

M4
B3I

M2
B6
M6
V6
SK 13050
SK 13063
SK 13080
SK 33100
SK 43125

M4
B3I

M5
V5

M5
V5

M3
B8

M3
B8
M1
H1+B5I

M1
H1+B5I

M2
H4+B5

M6
H6+V3

M2
H4+B5

M6
H6+V3
SK 02050
SK 12063
SK 12080
SK 32100
SK 42125

M4
H3+B5II

SK 13050
SK 13063
SK 13080
SK 33100
SK 43125

M5
H5+V1

M4
H3+B5II

M3
H2+B5III

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B3
M2
B6

M6
V6
SK 02040

M4
B3I

M5
V5

M3
B8
M1
H1+B5I

M6
H6+V3
SK 02040

M2
H4+B5

M4
H3+B5II

M5
H5+V1

M3
H2+B5III

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SK 1SIS31 SK 1SIS75
SK 1SIS-D31 SK 1SIS-D63
SK 2SIS-D40 SK 2SIS-D63
SK 1S32 - SK 1S63
SK 2S32NB SK 2S63NB
SK 1SU32 SK 1SU63
SK 2SU32NB- SK 2SU63NB
SK 1SM31 SK 1SM63
SK 2SM40 SK 2SM63
M1

M6

M2

M5
M4

M3

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6.2 Torque values
Bolt Torques [Nm]
Screw connections in the strength classes
Size

8.8

10.9

Threaded
pin on
coupling

Sealing
screws

12.9

Screw
connections on
protective
covers

M4

3.2

M5

6.4

11

M6

11

16

19

6.4

M8

27

39

46

10

11

M10

53

78

91

17

27

M12

92

135

155

27

40

53

M16

230

335

390

92

M20

460

660

770

230

M24

790

1150

1300

80

460

M30

1600

2250

2650

170

M36

2780

3910

4710

M42

4470

6290

7540

G1

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6.3 Troubleshooting
Fault
Unusual running noises,
vibrations
Oil escaping from gear unit or
motor
Oil escaping from
pressure vent
Gear unit becomes too hot

Gear unit malfunctions


Possible cause
Oil too low or
bearing damage or
toothed wheel damage

Remedy
Consult NORD Service

Defective seal

Consult NORD Service

Incorrect oil level or incorrect,


contaminated oil or unfavourable
operating conditions
Unfavourable installation
conditions or gear unit damage

Oil change
Use oil expansion tank (Option
OA)
Consult NORD Service

Shock when switched on,


vibrations

Defective motor coupling or


loose gear unit mounting or
defective rubber element

Replace elastomer gear rim,


tighten motor and gear unit
fastening bolts, replace rubber
element

Drive shaft does not rotate


although motor is running

Fracture in gear unit or


defective motor coupling or
shrink disc slippage

Consult NORD Service

Attention!
Warning: shut down the gear unit immediately should any of the above faults occur!

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6.4 Lubricants
With the exception of type SK 11282, SK 11382 and SK 12382 gear units, all gear units are filled
with lubricant ready for operation in the required installation position when delivered. This initial
filling corresponds to a lubricant from the column for the ambient temperatures (normal version)
in the lubricant table.

Roller bearing greases


This table shows comparable roller bearing greases from various manufacturers. The
manufacturer can be changed for a given grease type. Getriebebau NORD must be contacted in
case of change of grease type or ambient temperature range, as otherwise no warranty for the
functionality of our gear units can be accepted.

Lubricant type

Ambient
temperature

Mineral oil-based
grease

-30 60C

Energrease
LS 2

Longtime PD 2

Energrease
LS-EP 2

Synthetic grease

RENOLIT
GP 2

Mobilux EP 2

Gadus S2
V100 2

RENOLIT
LZR 2 H

-50 40C

Optitemp LG 2

RENOLIT
JP 1619

-25 80C

Energrease
SY 2202

Tribol 4747

RENOLIT
HLT 2

PETAMO
GHY 133 N

Mobiltemp
SHC 32

Cassida
EPS2

RENOLIT
LST 2

Klberplex
BEM 41-132

Biodegradable
grease

-25 40C

Biogrease
EP 2

PLANTOGEL 2
S

Klberbio
M 72-82

Mobil SHC
Grease 102
EAL

Naturelle
Grease EP2

Foodstuffcompatible
grease

-25 40C

Obeen UF 2

RENOLIT
G 7 FG 1

Klbersynth
UH1 14-151

Mobilgrease
FM 222

Cassida RLS2

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Lubricant table
This table shows comparable lubricants from various manufacturers. The manufacturer can be
changed within a particular viscosity or lubricant type. Getriebebau NORD must be contacted in
case of change of viscosity or lubricant type, as otherwise no warranty for the functionality of our
gearboxes can be accepted.
Lubricant type

Details on
type plate

DIN (ISO) /
Ambient
temperature

Mineral oil
CLP 680

CLP 220

Synthetic oil
(Polyglycol)

ISO VG 680
0...40C

ISO VG 220
-1040C

CLP 100

ISO VG 100
-1525C

CLP PG 680

ISO VG 680
-20...40C

Energol
GR-XP 680

Alpha EP 680
Alpha SP 680
Optigear BM
680
Tribol 1100/680

RENOLIN CLP
680
RENOLIN CLP
680 Plus

Klberoil
GEM 1-680 N

Mobilgear
600 XP 680

Omala S2
G 680

Energol
GR-XP 220

Alpha EP 220
Alpha SP 220
Optigear BM
220
Tribol 1100/220

RENOLIN CLP
220
RENOLIN CLP
220 Plus

Klberoil
GEM 1-220 N

Mobilgear
600 XP 220

Omala S2
G 220

Energol
GR-XP 100

Alpha EP 100
Alpha SP 100
Optigear BM
100
Tribol 1100/100

RENOLIN CLP
100
RENOLIN CLP
100 Plus

Klberoil
GEM 1-100 N

Mobilgear
600 XP 100

Omala S2
G 100

Alphasyn GS
680
Tribol 800/680
Alphasyn GS
220
Alphasyn PG
220
Tribol 800/220

RENOLIN PG
680

Klbersynth
GH 6-680

Mobil
Glygoyle 680

Omala S4
WE 680

RENOLIN PG
220

Klbersynth
GH 6-220

Mobil
Glygoyle 220

Omala S4
WE 220

Alphasyn EP
460
Tribol 1510/460
Optigear
Synthetic X 460
Alphasyn EP
220
Tribol 1510/220
Optigear
Synthetic X 220

RENOLIN
Unisyn
CLP 460

Klbersynth
GEM 4-460 N

Mobil
SHC 634

Omala S4
GX 460

RENOLIN
Unisyn
CLP 220

Klbersynth
GEM 4-220 N

Mobil
SHC 630

Omala S4
GX 220

PLANTOGEAR
680 S

Tribol BioTop
1418/220

PLANTOGEAR
220 S

Klbersynth
GEM 2-220

Naturelle
Gear
Fluid EP
220

Klbersynth
UH1 6-680

Mobil
Glygoyle 680

Klbersynth
UH1 6-220

Mobil
Glygoyle 220

Tribol
FoodProof
1800/680
Tribol
FoodProof
1800/220
Optileb GT 680

GERALYN SF
680

Klberoil
4 UH1-680 N

Optileb GT 220

GERALYN SF
220

Klberoil
4 UH1-220 N

Mobil
SHC Cibus
220

Cassida
Fluid WG
680
Cassida
Fluid WG
220
Cassida
Fluid GL
680
Cassida
Fluid GL
220

Energrease
LS-EP 00

Longtime PD 00
Tribol
3020/1000-00

RENOLIT
DURAPLEX
EP 00
RENOLIT LST
00

MICROLUBE
GB 00

Mobil
Chassis
Grease LBZ
Mobil
Glygoyle
Grease 00

Enersyn
SG-XP 220
CLP PG 220

ISO VG 220
-2580C

CLP HC 460

ISO VG 460
-3080C

CLP HC 220

ISO VG 220
-4080C

CLP E 680

ISO VG 680
-540C

CLP E 220

ISO VG 220
-540C

CLP PG H1
680

ISO VG 680
-540C

CLP PG H1
220

ISO VG 220
-2540C

CLP HC H1
680

ISO VG 680
-540C

CLP HC H1
220

ISO VG 220
-2540C

Synthetic oil
(hydrocarbon)

Bio-degradable
oil

Food grade oil

Gear unit liquid


grease
-25 60C

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6.5 Lubricant quantities
Note!
After changing the lubricant, and in particular after the initial filling, the oil level may change
during the first few hours of operation, as the oil galleries and hollow spaces only fill gradually
during operation. The oil level is still within the permissible tolerance.
If at the express request of the customer, an oil inspection glass is installed at an additional
charge, we recommend that the customer corrects the oil level after an operating period of
approx. 2 hours, so that when the gear unit is at a standstill and has cooled down, the oil level
is visible in the inspection glass. Only then, is it possible to check the oil level by means of the
inspection glass.
The filling quantities stated in the following tables are for guidance only. The precise quantities
vary depending on the exact gear ratio. When filling, always observe the oil level screw hole
as an indicator of the precise quantity of oil.

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6.1

M1
B3

M2
V6

M3
B8

M4
V5

M5
B6

M6
B7

M1
B5

M2
V3

M3
B5I

M4
V1

M5 M6
B5II B5III

SK11E

0,25

0,50

0,55

0,40

0,35

0,35

0,30

0,35

0,50

0,30

0,40

0,40

SK21E

0,60

1,20

1,20

1,00

1,00

1,00

0,50

1,40

1,10

0,70

0,90

0,90

SK31E

1,10

2,70

2,20

2,30

1,70

1,70

0,80

1,30

1,65

1,10

2,00

2,00

SK41E

1,70

2,60

3,30

2,50

2,60

2,60

1,00

2,60

2,80

1,60

3,30

3,30

SK51E

2,20

4,40

4,70

4,00

3,40

3,40

1,80

3,50

4,10

3,00

3,80

3,80

SK02

0,15

0,60

0,70

0,60

0,40

0,40

0,25

0,60

0,60

0,60

0,50

0,50

SK12

0,25

0,75

0,85

0,75

0,50

0,50

0,35

0,85

0,90

0,90

0,60

0,60

SK22

0,50

1,80

1,80

1,80

1,35

1,35

0,70

2,00

2,00

1,80

1,55

1,55

SK32

0,90

2,50

2,50

2,90

2,00

2,00

1,30

2,90

3,30

3,10

2,40

2,40

SK42

1,30

4,50

4,50

4,30

3,20

3,20

1,80

4,40

4,50

4,00

3,70

3,70

SK52

2,50

7,00

6,80

6,80

5,10

5,10

3,00

6,80

6,20

7,40

5,60

5,60

SK62

6,50

15,00 13,00 16,00 15,00 15,00

7,00

15,00 14,00 18,50 16,00 16,00

SK72

10,00 23,00 18,00 26,00 23,00 23,00 10,00 23,00 18,50 28,00 23,00 23,00

SK82

14,00 35,00 27,00 44,00 32,00 32,00 15,00 37,00 29,00 45,00 34,50 34,50

SK92

25,00 73,00 47,00 76,00 52,00 52,00 26,00 73,00 47,00 78,00 52,00 52,00

SK102

36,00 79,00 66,00 102,00 71,00 71,00 40,00 81,00 66,00 104,00 72,00 72,00

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0,30

1,00

0,80

0,90

0,60

0,60

0,50

0,80

0,90

1,10

0,80

0,80

SK13

0,60

1,25

1,10

1,20

0,70

0,70

0,85

1,20

1,20

1,20

0,95

0,95

SK23

1,30

2,40

2,30

2,35

1,60

1,60

1,50

2,60

2,50

2,80

2,80

2,80

SK33N

1,60

2,90

3,20

3,70

2,30

2,30

2,50

3,40

3,50

4,40

2,60

2,60

SK43

3,00

5,60

5,20

6,60

3,60

3,60

3,50

5,70

5,00

6,10

4,10

4,10

SK53

4,50

8,70

7,70

8,70

6,00

6,00

5,20

8,40

7,00

8,90

6,70

6,70

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13,00 14,50 14,50 16,00 13,00 13,00 13,50 14,00 15,50 18,00 14,00 14,00

SK73

20,50 20,00 22,50 27,00 20,00 20,00 22,00 22,50 23,00 27,50 20,00 20,00

SK83

30,00 31,00 34,00 37,00 33,00 33,00 31,00 34,00 35,00 40,00 34,00 34,00

SK93

53,00 70,00 59,00 72,00 49,00 49,00 53,00 70,00 59,00 74,00 49,00 49,00

SK103

74,00 71,00 74,00 97,00 67,00 67,00 69,00 78,00 78,00 99,00 67,00 67,00

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M1

M2

M3

M4

M5

M6

6.1

M1

M2

M3

M4

M5

M6

SK072.1

0,16

0,32

0,21

0,23

0,18

0,20

SK072.1 F

0,16

0,32

0,21

0,23

0,18

0,20

SK172.1

0,27

0,59

0,42

0,45

0,32

0,39

SK172.1 F

0,27

0,59

0,42

0,45

0,32

0,39

SK372.1

0,45

1,05

0,75

1,00

0,60

0,65

SK372.1 F

0,45

1,05

0,75

1,00

0,60

0,65

SK572.1

0,75

1,90

1,50

2,00

1,10

1,15

SK572.1 F

0,75

1,90

1,50

2,00

1,10

1,15

SK672.1

1,10

2,60

2,15

2,70

1,55

1,65

SK672.1 F

1,10

2,60

2,15

2,70

1,55

1,65

SK772.1

1,15

3,65

2,25

3,15

1,35

2,15

SK772.1 F

1,15

3,65

2,25

3,15

1,35

2,15

SK872.1

3,20

8,00

5,30

7,00

2,80

4,60

SK872.1 F

2,60

8,00

5,30

7,00

2,80

4,60

SK972.1

4,50

12,90

8,10

12,70

4,60

7,80

SK972.1 F

4,50

12,90

8,10

12,70

4,60

7,80

6.1

M1

M2

M3

M4

M5

M6

6.1

M1

M2

M3

M4

M5

M6

SK373.1

0,45

1,05

0,75

1,00

0,60

0,65

SK373.1 F

0,45

1,05

0,75

1,00

0,60

0,65

SK573.1

0,75

1,90

1,50

2,00

1,10

1,15

SK573.1 F

0,75

1,90

1,50

2,00

1,10

1,15

SK673.1

1,10

2,60

2,15

2,70

1,55

1,65

SK673.1 F

1,10

2,60

2,15

2,70

1,55

1,65

SK773.1

1,95

3,50

3,20

2,90

2,25

2,95

SK773.1 F

1,95

3,50

3,20

2,90

2,25

2,95

SK873.1

4,05

7,60

6,85

6,55

5,00

6,55

SK873.1 F

4,05

7,60

6,85

6,55

5,00

6,55

SK973.1

7,40

12,20 11,10 11,60

8,00

10,90 SK973.1 F

7,40

12,20 11,10 11,60

8,00

10,90

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6.1
6.1

M1
B3

M2
V6

M3
B8

M4
V5

M5
B6

M6
B7

M1
B5

M2
V3

M3
B5I

M4
V1

M5 M6
B5II B5III

SK172

0,35

0,50

0,50

0,50

0,50

0,50

0,35

0,50

0,50

0,50

0,50

0,50

SK272

0,60

1,00

1,00

1,00

1,00

1,00

0,60

1,00

1,00

1,00

1,00

1,00

SK372

0,60

1,00

1,00

1,00

1,00

1,00

0,60

1,00

1,00

1,00

1,00

1,00

SK472

1,00

1,90

1,90

2,00

1,80

1,80

1,00

1,90

1,90

1,90

1,90

1,50

SK572

1,00

1,90

1,90

2,00

1,80

1,80

1,00

1,90

1,90

1,90

1,90

1,50

SK672

1,40

3,40

3,10

3,15

1,45

3,15

1,15

3,40

2,70

2,80

1,25

2,70

SK772

2,00

3,30

3,50

4,20

2,70

3,30

1,60

3,30

3,50

3,30

3,10

3,10

SK872

3,70

9,60

9,10

7,30

4,70

8,00

3,50

9,00

7,90

7,70

3,90

7,20

SK972

6,50

8,50 14,00

6,50

15,00 13,00 13,50 6,50 12,00

16,00 15,70 14,70

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SK273

0,62

1,10

1,10

1,10

1,10

1,10

0,62

1,10

1,10

1,10

1,10

1,10

SK373

0,55

1,10

1,10

1,10

1,10

1,10

0,55

1,10

1,10

1,10

1,10

1,10

SK473

1,30

2,50

2,10

2,40

2,10

2,10

1,25

2,40

2,10

2,50

2,10

2,10

SK573

1,30

2,50

2,10

2,40

2,10

2,10

1,25

2,40

2,10

2,50

2,10

2,10

SK673

1,80

3,80

3,20

3,40

2,90

3,00

1,70

3,80

3,00

3,20

3,00

3,00

SK773

2,50

4,50

3,70

4,60

3,30

3,30

2,30

5,00

3,60

4,50

3,90

3,90

SK873

6,20

8,40

7,50

9,10

7,50

7,50

5,00

8,80

7,60

8,00

8,00

8,00

SK973

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M1 M2 M3 M4 M5

M6

6.1

M1 M2 M3 M4 M5

M6

SK0

0,13 0,22 0,13 0,22 0,13

0,13

SK0 F

0,13 0,22 0,13 0,22 0,13

0,13

SK01

0,22 0,38 0,22 0,38 0,22

0,22

SK01 F

0,22 0,38 0,22 0,38 0,22

0,22

SK20

0,55 1,00 0,55 1,00 0,55

0,55

SK20 F

0,35 0,60 0,35 0,60 0,35

0,35

SK25

0,50 0,90 0,50 0,90 0,50

0,50

SK25 F

0,50 0,90 0,50 0,90 0,50

0,50

SK30

0,80 1,40 0,70 1,40 0,70

0,70

SK30 F

0,80 1,40 0,70 1,10 0,70

0,70

SK33

0,80 1,60 1,00 1,60 0,80

1,00

SK33 F

1,00 1,60 1,00 1,60 0,80

1,00

SK000

0,24 0,41 0,24 0,41 0,24

0,24

SK000 F

0,24 0,41 0,24 0,41 0,24

0,24

SK010

0,38 0,60 0,38 0,60 0,38

0,38

SK010 F

0,38 0,60 0,38 0,60 0,38

0,38

SK200

0,80 1,30 0,80 1,30 0,80

0,80

SK200 F

0,60 1,04 0,60 1,04 0,60

0,60

SK250

1,40 1,50 1,40 1,50 1,40

1,40

SK250 F

1,40 1,50 1,40 1,50 1,40

1,40

SK300

1,40 1,50 1,40 1,50 1,40

1,40

SK300 F

1,40 1,50 1,40 1,50 1,40

1,40

SK330

1,50 1,58 1,50 1,58 1,50

1,50

SK330 F

2,00 1,58 1,50 2,80 1,50

1,50

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M1
6.1
H1
6.1
SK0182NB A 0,40

M2
H6

M3
H2

M4
H5

M5
H4

M6
H3

0,55

0,60

0,55

0,35

0,35

SK0282NB A 0,70

1,00

0,80

1,10

0,90

0,90

M1
H1

M2
H6

M3
H2

M4
H5

M5
H4

M6
H3

SK1382NB A 1,30

2,30

1,40

2,10

2,00

1,90

6.1
6.1

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SK1282 A

[L]
0,90

1,30

0,90

1,20

0,95

0,95

SK2282 A

1,65

2,40

1,90

2,00

1,80

1,80

SK3282 A

3,15

4,10

3,25

4,10

3,15

3,15

SK4282 A

4,70

6,10

4,75

5,40

4,70

4,70

SK5282 A

7,50

8,80

7,50

8,80

7,20

7,20

SK6282 A

17,00 14,00 12,00 17,50 10,00 14,00

SK6382 A

16,50 13,00 9,60 18,00 14,00 12,50

SK7282 A

25,00 21,00 20,00 27,00 16,00 21,00

SK7382 A

22,00 20,00 16,00 25,00 23,00 19,00

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SK2382 A

1,70

2,60

1,90

3,10

1,50

1,50

SK3382 A

4,10

4,90

3,30

5,60

3,30

3,30

SK4382 A

5,90

6,80

4,90

8,30

4,90

4,90

SK5382 A

12,50 12,00 6,70 14,00 8,30

8,30

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SK8282 A

37,00 33,00 30,00 41,00 31,00 31,00

SK8382 A

34,00 32,00 25,00 38,00 35,00 30,00

SK9282 A

74,00 70,00 55,00 72,00 60,00 59,00

SK9382 A

73,00 70,00 45,00 74,00 65,00 60,00

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[L]

SK10282 A

90

90

40

90

60

82

SK10382 A

85

100

73

100

80

80

SK11282 A

165

160

145

195

100

140

SK11382 A

160

155

140

210

155

135

SK12382 A

160

155

140

210

155

135

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6.1
6.1

M1
B3

M2
B6

M3
B8

M4
B3I

M5
V5

M6
V6

M1
B5I
H1

M2
B5
H4

M3
B5III
H2

M4
B5II
H3

M5
V1
H5

M6
V3
H6

SK92072

0,40

0,60

0,50

0,50

0,40

0,40

0,40

0,60

0,50

0,50

0,40

0,40

SK92172

0,55

0,90

0,95

1,10

0,75

0,62

0,50

0,92

0,87

1,05

0,75

0,65

SK92372

0,90

1,30

1,45

1,60

1,20

1,20

1,15

1,50

1,20

1,70

1,15

1,15

SK92672

1,80

3,50

3,20

3,40

2,60

2,60

1,55

2,80

2,50

3,30

2,40

2,40

SK92772

2,30

4,50

4,60

5,30

4,10

4,10

2,75

4,40

4,50

5,50

3,50

3,50

SK9012.1

0,70

1,60

1,90

2,40

1,20

1,70

0,70

1,90

1,90

2,10

1,20

1,70

SK9016.1

0,70

1,60

1,90

2,40

1,20

1,70

0,70

1,90

1,90

2,10

1,20

1,70

SK9022.1

1,30

2,60

3,50

4,20

2,00

2,80

1,30

2,60

3,50

4,20

2,00

2,80

SK9032.1

1,70

4,80

6,40

6,70

4,10

5,10

1,90

5,20

6,40

7,30

3,30

5,10

SK9042.1

4,40

8,70

10,00

9,80

6,80

7,50

3,60

9,70

11,40

11,50

6,50

8,20

SK9052.1

6,50

16,00

19,00

21,50

11,00

15,50

7,50

16,50

20,00

22,50

11,50

18,00

SK9062.1

10,00 27,50

32,00

36,00

18,00

24,00

12,00 27,50

33,00

38,50

19,00

26,00

SK9072.1

10,00 27,50

32,00

36,00

18,00

24,00

12,00 27,50

33,00

38,50

19,00

26,00

SK9082.1

17,00 51,50

62,50

71,50

33,00

46,50

21,00 54,00

66,00

80,00

38,00

52,00

SK9086.1

29,00 73,00

85,00 102,00 48,00

62,00

36,00 78,00

91,00 107,00 53,00

76,00

SK9092.1

41,00 157,00 170,00 172,00 80,00

90,00

40,00 130,00 154,00 175,00 82,00

91,00

SK9096.1

70,00 187,00 194,00 254,00 109,00 152,00 80,00 187,00 193,00 257,00 113,00 156,00

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1,20

2,00

2,20

3,00

1,40

1,90

1,20

2,30

2,20

3,00

1,40

1,90

SK9017.1

1,20

2,00

2,20

3,00

1,40

1,90

1,20

2,30

2,20

3,00

1,40

1,90

SK9023.1

2,40

3,00

3,80

5,30

2,20

3,10

2,40

3,00

3,80

5,30

2,20

3,10

SK9033.1

3,30

6,60

7,00

7,80

4,30

5,10

3,80

5,70

6,90

8,50

3,60

5,60

SK9043.1

4,60

10,20

10,70

12,80

5,20

6,70

5,70

10,20

14,70

14,70

6,60

9,60

SK9053.1

10,00 17,00

20,00

24,20

11,50

16,50

12,50 18,00

21,50

26,50

13,00

17,00

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6.1
6.1

M1
B3

M2
B6

M3 M4
B8 B3I

M5 M6
V5 V6

6.1
SK02040

0,45 0,60 0,60 0,60 0,50 0,50 SK02040 A 0,40

0,80

0,65

0,60 0,50 0,50

SK02050

0,40 1,20 0,70 1,15 0,70 0,70 SK02050 A 0,45

1,10

0,90

1,10 0,80 0,80

SK12063

0,60 1,70 1,20 1,55 1,00 1,00 SK12063 A 0,50

1,45

1,20

1,40 1,10 1,10

SK12080

0,80 2,60 1,70 2,70 1,70 1,70 SK12080 A 0,90

3,10

3,00

3,00 2,20 2,20

SK32100

1,60 5,50 3,40 5,40 3,20 3,20 SK32100 A 1,50

5,20

3,80

5,30 3,80 3,80

SK42125

2,80 11,00 6,20 10,30 5,80 5,80 SK42125 A 3,20

12,90 6,10 10,50 6,30 6,30

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M1
B5I
H1

M2 M3 M4 M5 M6
B5 B5III B5II V1 V3
H4 H2 H3 H5 H6

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SK13050

0,95 1,55 1,10 1,45 0,95 0,95 SK13050 A 0,85

1,75

1,25

1,35 1,15 1,15

SK13063

0,85 2,30 1,60 2,00 1,25 1,25 SK13063 A 0,90

2,10

1,55

2,10 1,45 1,45

SK13080

1,70 3,20 2,10 3,40 1,95 1,95 SK13080 A 1,70

3,75

3,60

3,60 2,55 2,55

SK33100

2,10 7,60 4,00 6,80 3,70 3,70 SK33100 A 2,10

6,10

4,80

6,60 4,20 4,20

SK43125

7,80 14,00 7,20 13,50 6,70 6,70 SK43125 A 4,80

13,50 7,40 14,50 8,00 8,00

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SK02040 F 0,50 0,80 0,75 0,60 0,50 0,50


SK02050 F 0,45 1,40 0,90 1,25 1,00 1,00 SK13050 F

0,90

1,80

1,15

SK12063 F 0,50 1,60 1,40 1,80 1,50 1,50 SK13063 F

0,95

2,10

1,65

2,15 1,75 1,75

SK12080 F 0,95 3,20 3,10 3,70 2,50 2,50 SK13080 F

1,40

4,20

3,35

4,20 2,75 2,75

7,60

5,50

7,80 4,85 4,85

SK32100 F 1,50 7,10 4,90 7,10 4,40 4,40 SK33100 F

2,30

SK42125 F 3,30 11,20 6,10 10,40 6,80 6,80 SK43125 F

4,30

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