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Operation manual

ISOchem

SIHI

CBMD

Magnetically coupled volute casing pump according to EN 22858

Safety instructions

To be observed without fail

Chapter 1

Application, description

Intended application

Chapter 2

Preconditions, piping system, accessories

Planning of the installation

Chapter 3

Supply, intermediate storage, preservation

Unpacking, storage, transport

Chapter 4

Assembly site, tools, verification

Mounting of the pump

Chapter 5

Important preconditions

Putting into operation and out of operation

Chapter 6

Intervals, cleaning

Maintenance, disassembly, assembly

Chapter 7

If something does not work

Help in case of trouble

Chapter 8

materials, admissible limit values

Technical data

Chapter 9

sectional drawing, declaration of conformity

Annex

Chapter 10

Attention: This pump or this pump unit, respectively may be mounted and put into operation by qualified
technical personnel only and these operating instructions and the effective regulations have strictly to be
observed. If you do not pay attention to these operating instructions,
danger may be created for you and your colleagues,
the pump or the pump unit may be damaged,
the manufacturer is not liable for damages resulting from this non observance!
Please be aware of your responsibility for your fellow men when working at the pump or the pump
unit!

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Sterling Fluid Systems

Sterling SIHI GmbH


Postfach 1941, 25509 Itzehoe, Germany
phone: (04821) 771 - 01 fax: (04821) 771 - 310

Safety

1.0

Page 1 of 3

Safety

Chapter 1

1.2

This operating manual gives basic instructions

Qualification and training of


personnel

which are to be observed during installation,

The

operation and maintenance of the pump. It is

maintenance, inspection and assembly must be

therefore imperative that this manual is read by

adequately qualified. Scope of responsibility and

the

responsible

for

operation,

to

supervision of the personnel must be exactly


defined by the plant operator. If the staff does not

kept available at the installation site.

have the necessary knowledge, they must be

It is not only the general safety instructions

trained and instructed which may be performed by

contained under this chapter Safety to be

the machine manufacturer or supplier on behalf of

observed,

the plant operator. Moreover, the plant operator is

also

the

specific

prior

responsible

assembly and commissioning. It is always to be

but

personnel/operator

personnel

information

provided under the other chapters.

to make sure that the contents of the operation


instructions are fully understood.

1.1

Identification of safety
prescriptions in the operation
instructions

1.3

Safety prescriptions given in these operation

Hazards in case of non


compliance with the safety
instructions

instructions, non compliance with which would

Non compliance with the safety instructions may

affect safety are identified by the following symbol

produce a risk to the personnel as well as to the


environment and the machine and results in a loss
of any right to claim damages.
For example non compliance may involve the
following hazards:
= failure

Danger symbol as per DIN 4844-W9

of

important

functions

of

the

machine/plant

(ISO 3864 - B.3.1)

= failure of specified procedures of maintenance


and repair

or in case of warning of electrical voltage with:

= exposure of people to electrical, mechanical


and chemical hazards
= endangering

the

environment

owing

to

hazardous substances being released


Danger symbol as per DIN 4844 W-8

1.4

(ISO 3864 - B.3.6)

When operating the pump the safety instructions

The word

contained in this manual, the relevant national

ATTENTION
identifies

Compliance with regulations


pertaining to safety at work

the safety regulations

accident prevention regulations and any other


whose

non

compliance may cause danger for the machine

service and safety instructions issued by the plant


operator are to be observed.

and its function. It is imperative that signs affixed


to the machine, e.g.
= arrow indicating the direction of rotation
= symbols indicating fluid connections
= type plate
must be observed and kept legible.
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Safety instructions relevant for


operation

Chapter 1

1.7

Safety instructions for the use in


areas with explosion hazard

= If hot or cold machine components involve


hazards, they must be guarded by the user
against accidental contact.
= Guards for moving parts (e.g. couplings) must
not be removed from the machine while in
In this paragraph information are given for an

operation.
= Any leakage of hazardous (e.g. explosive,
toxic, hot) fluids (e.g. from the shaft seal) must

operation in areas with explosion hazard.

be drained away so as to prevent any risk

1.7.1 Arrangement of the units

occurring to persons or the environment.

If the pump is completed with other mechanical or

Statutory regulations are to be complied with.

electrical components to one unit, the complete

= Hazards resulting from electricity are to be

unit may be considered only as device category

precluded by the user (see for example the

according to the directive 94/9/EC which is fulfilled

VDE-specifications and the bye-laws of the

by all used components.

local power supply utilities).

1.6

Note:

Safety instructions relevant for


maintenance, inspection and
assembly work

This instruction gets special meaning when using


pumps which are corresponding to a device
category according to the directive 94/9/EC,

It shall be the plant operators responsibility to

however, are driven by a motor which does not

ensure that all maintenance, inspection and

meet these criteria. Then it might be that the pump

assembly work

is

has been provided with the EX-sign but the unit

personnel

have

performed

by authorised
familiarised

must not be used in areas with explosion hazard

themselves with the subject matter by studying

due to the non EX-admitted motor. So the

this manual in detail.

operator has always to pay attention to the

Any work on the machine shall only be performed

conformity with the directive 94/9/EC of all used

when it is at a standstill. It is imperative that the

components of the pump unit.

procedure

who

for

shutting

adequately

down

the

machine

Pumps and pump units which convey hazardous

1.7.2 Execution of coupling guards


for shaft couplings

media must be decontaminated.

Coupling guards which shall be used in areas with

On completion of work all safety and protective

explosion hazard have to fulfill the following

facilities must be re-installed and made operative

criteria:

described in this manual is to be followed.

again. Prior to re-starting the machine, the


instructions listed under first commissioning are
to be observed.

= non- sparking material e.g. brass has to be


used or
= steel plate constructions have to be used,
which are executed in a way that with faults to
be foreseen (e.g. deformation by stepping on
the coupling guard) a mechanical contact of
the rotating parts is impossible.

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Chapter 1

1.7.3 Surveillance of technical


parameters

1.9

Unauthorised mode of operation

When using pumps in areas with explosion hazard

guaranteed if it is used in the manner intended

the operator has to check regularly the following

and in accordance with the instructions of this

parameters:

manual. The specified limit values must not be

= leakage of the shaft seals

exceeded under any circumstances.

The reliability of the machine delivered will only be

= if necessary bearing temperatures


= liquid level in the pump during commissioning

1.10

Warranty / guarantee

= for pumps with magnetic coupling the

Sterling SIHI guarantee for a longterm,

temperature of the electrically conductive

satisfactory operation if

isolation shroud has to be controlled

= the

pump

is

installed

and

operated

in

The operator has to ensure that the pump, with

compliance with these instructions and under

abnormal conditions, will be taken out of operation

conditions approved by Sterling SIHI.

/not be taken again in operation at short notice.


The advises regarding operation and maintenance

= modifications only will be carried out with


Sterling SIHIs agreement.

given in this operation manual have to be kept to.


Particular informations concerning the surface
temperatures of the pump are given in chapter 9
of this operation manual.

1.7.4 Avoidance of sparks caused by


exterior impact effect
The operator has to ensure that with an operation
of the machine in areas with explosion hazard no
exterior impact effect to the machine casing may
create sparks.

1.8

Unauthorised alterations and


production of spare parts

Any unauthorized modification of the machine will


result in an exemption of Sterling SIHI from any
liability. In such cases the operator of the machine
takes over the responsibility for the safe operation.
Using spare parts and accessories authorised by
the manufacturer is in the interest of safety. Use of
other parts may exempt the manufacturer from
any liability.

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Application

2.3

Chapter 2

Description

The pump is to be applied only for the operating

The design of the supplied pump is specified in

conditions stated by the orderer and confirmed by

the product identification table on the next page

the supplier. Guarantee is assumed within the

(see chapter 2.5).

scope of the Sterling SIHI conditions of sale.


This pump is able to handle liquids which do not

2.4

contain solid particles regularly and which do not

Construction
operation

and

mode

of

contain ferromagnetic particles.

Pumps of this product line are volute casing

If a permanent pollution of the liquid is to be

pumps acc. to EN 22858 (chemical-standard-

expected, the partial flow has to be led via a free

pump). The sealing against atmosphere is made

flow filter (designation of type see table under 2.5).

by an isolation shroud. The driving torque of the

The

motor is transmitted to the pump shaft by a

pumping

liquid

must

not

tend

to

evapourisation, polymerisation, crystallisation or

magnetic coupling.

hardening

The pump shaft with the impeller and the interior

under

the

given

pressure

and

temperature conditions.

2.1

magnet is run in two sleeve bearings lubricated by


the medium.

Warning of misuse

The outer part of the magnetic coupling (the


magnetic bell) is placed on a clutch shaft, which is
run in two ball bearings in the bearing bracket. In

= You may use the pump only for the application


stated in the acknowledgement of order as
otherwise hazards for people and environment
may occur.
= Do not exceed the density and viscosity stated
in the acknowledgement of order. Otherwise

the gap between magnetic bell and inner magnet


lies the isolation shroud.

2.5

Product identification

The design of the pump is described by the pump


type, which is described in the following table.

there is the danger of damage to the magnetic


coupling.
= The torque of the motor must not be higher
than the nominal torque of the magnetic
coupling. Otherwise there is the danger of
destruction of the coupling.
= When hot liquids are pumped, the surface of
the pump heats up in a way, that it can not be
touched without the danger of injury.
= The pump must not be exposed to temperature
shocks.

2.2

Accessories

Measuring devices or other accessories may only


be mounted after approval of Sterling SIHI. If this
approval is not given, warranty claims will not be
accepted.

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Designation

Code

Chapter 2

Explanation

1-3

pump model

CBM:

single stage, end suction pump


acc. to EN 22858
with mag drive acc. to VDMA 24279

construction level

D:

see technical description

5-7

pump size

32, 40, 50, 65,

nominal diameter of the discharge nozzle in mm

80, 100, 125...:


8 - 10

diameter of the impeller

125, 160, 200,

nominal diameter of the impeller in mm

250, 315, ...:


11

12

13 - 14

Hydraulics
and
nominal pressure

bearing configuration
and
cooling flow circulation

shaft sealing

C:

hydraulic acc. to EN 22858 with shrouded impeller


PN 16

R:

hydraulic acc. to EN 22858 with semi open impeller


PN 16

1:

hydraulic acc. to EN 22858 with shrouded impeller


PN 25

2:

hydraulic acc. to EN 22858 with semi open impeller


PN 25

H:

2 grease lubricated ball bearings in the bearing bracket,


2 fluid lubricated sleeve bearings inside the pump
partial flow: internal circulation with internal strainer

M:

2 oil lubricated ball bearings in the bearing bracket,


2 fluid lubricated sleeve bearings inside the pump
partial flow: internal circulation with internal strainer

1:

as H, but external circulation with free flow filter

3:

as M, but external circulation with free flow filter

1A, 2A, 3A, 4A,


6A:

mag drive system 1/2/3/4/6, metallic isolation shroud;


max. temperatur of the pumping medium: 180C

2B, 3B:

mag drive system 2/3, ceramic isolation shroud

1C, 2C, 3C, 4C, mag drive system 1/2/3/4/6, plastic isolation shroud;
max. temperatur of the pumping medium: 120C
6C:
1E, 2E, 3E, 4E,
6E:

mag drive system 1/2/3/4/6, metallic isolation shroud


with open bearing bracket;
max. temperatur of the pumping medium: 300C

15

mag drive

A - Z:

16 - 17

materials of
construction
for detailed explanation of
the materials and
additional executions see
table in chapter 9
gaskets
and
flange design

1B:

code for the maximum torque of the mag drive


(see table under chapter 9.2)
SG iron, impeller made from grey cast iron

1E:

as 1B, but impeller made from stainless steel

2B

as 1B, but volute casing made from casted steel

4B:

stainless steel

2:

gasket from grafite with stainless steel insert


flanges machined acc. to DIN 2501

A:

as 2, but flanges with groove acc. to DIN 2512, form N

E:

as 2, but flanges drilled acc. to ANSI 150 RF

F:

as 2, but flanges drilled acc. to ANSI 300 RF

A* - Z*

different motor sizes


specified in acknowledgement of order

18

19 - 20

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3.0

Planning of the installation

3.1

Piping system

Chapter 3

3.1.1 Installation plan

ATTENTION

If the pump is mounted vertically, suction lift


operation is not permitted as the ventilation of
the isolation shroud then cannot be ensured.
Pay attention to the arrows at the pump
branches indicating the flow direction.
The nominal widths of the pipelines must not
be smaller than the nominal widths of the
corresponding pump branches.
All pipelines must be cleaned prior to
installation of the pump.
The pipelines must be supported in order to
avoid distortions of the pump components
(danger
of
breaking
of
the
pump
components).
Avoid abrupt transitions of cross section and
changes of direction.
Unequal nominal widths are to be
compensated by excentric transition pieces.
The extension of the cross section has to be
made downward in order to avoid the
formation of air pockets in the pipeline.
In front of the suction branch of the pump a
flow normalizer has to be arranged; it shall
have the diameter of the nominal width of the
suction branch and the length of 15 times the
diameter of the suction branch. This secures
favourable inflow conditions.
The flow velocity in the suction line or inflow
line, respectively, must not exceed 2 m/s.
The pipelines are to be laid in such a way that
thermal expansion in the pipe system does
not have any effect on the pump branches.

3.1.2 Suction line or inflow line, resp.


The suction line must ascend to the pump. The
inflow line must slightly descend to the pump.
Gate valves in the suction line or inflow line must
be kept completely open during start and
operation of the pump.

Gaspendelleitung

Suction head operation

Suction lift operation

If dirt particles are to be expected either from the


pipework or from the pumping medium, a filter
must be installed in the pipeline. The free section
of the filter must have at least the triple section
surface of the nominal width of the pump. Mesh
size = 0,1 mm.

3.1.3 Discharge line


In order to adjust the pumping data a gate valve is
to be installed behind the pump. If non-return
elements are applied they shall have the property
of closing smoothly. Prevent pressure surges.

3.1.4 Installation of an orifice

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- Q-max-orifice
In order to avoid the exceeding of the admissible
output a Q-max orifice should be fitted into the
discharge line (see installation plan). This secures
sufficient lubrication of the sleeve bearings and
the safe dissipation of the heat due to energy
losses of the magnetic coupling.
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- Q-min-orifice or overflow valve, resp.


In order to avoid that the output goes below the
required minimum, an overflow valve or a Q-minorifice should be fitted (see installation plan). This
secures sufficient cooling of the magnetic
coupling.

3.1.5 Pressure control


For the proper pressure control two measuring
points are to be provided at the pipelines, one
before and one behind the pump. (see installation
plan).

Chapter 3

damage to the magnetic coupling or to the pump


is prevented.

3.3.2 PT 100
The PT 100 is a resistance thermometer for the
control of the temperature of the isolation shroud.
It is screwed on the pump by a threaded
connection. The switch-off temperature is to be
adjusted by 10 C higher than the operating
temperature. In case of variable temperatures the
control values should be inquired at Sterling SIHI.

3.3.3 Level transmitter


3.2

Electrical connections

For the drive motor a mains connection is


required which complies with relevant regulations
and laws. The start up of centrifugal pumps with
star-delta-switch normally leads to a higher power
consumption during the switch to delta than the
direct start up in delta connection. The
accelerating torque during the switch from star to
delta connection is very high, so that a
desynchronisation of the magnetic coupling might
happen. Therefore a direct start up is
advantageous, especially with pumps with big
moments of inertia. Normally this has to be
approved by the local power supplier. If the direct
switch on in delta connection is not allowed, a soft
starter (see point 3.3.4) might be necessary.

3.3

In order to ensure that the pump only can be run


with a sufficient liquid level, a level transmitter
should be installed. It must guarantee that a
sufficient liquid quantity will always be available.
Therefore it has to installed in the pipework above
the pump.

3.3.4 Soft starter


When selecting the magnetic coupling, the
decision to apply a soft starter may result in the
fact that a coupling with smaller nominal torque,
i.e. a cheaper one, can be applied. The use of a
smaller coupling also results in lower eddy current
losses. Therefore the power consumption of the
pump is lower and the efficiency increases.

Accessories

For this pump the following accessories are


available:
Load detector for the control of the motor
power absorption
Temperature probe PT 100 for the control of
the temperature of the isolation shroud
Level transmitter for the protection against dry
operation
Soft starter

3.3.1 Load detector


The load detector measures the power absorption
of the drive motor. If the absorption becomes too
high, e.g. by blocking of the rotor or decreases by
desynchronization of the magnetic coupling, the
motor is switched off automatically. Thus a
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Unpacking, transport, storage

4.4

Chapter 4

Preservation

The pump is preserved with a preservative as


stated on the pump label.

4.1

Safety measures
4.4.1 Elimination of the preservative
The preservative can be eliminated according to
the

instructions

on

the

pump

label.

The

preservative is to be disposed of in accordance


with the applicable regulations.

Never stay below the suspended load.

Keep a sufficient safety distance during

4.4.2 Re-preservation

transport of the load.

The pump is to be preserved with a preservative

Use only licensed lifting appliances which are

as indicated on the pump label.

in perfect condition.

Adjust the length of the lifting appliances in

4.5

such a way that the pump or the pump unit,

the

respectively, is suspended horizontally.

If the pump has not been ordered in oil- and

Do not use the eyebolts at the pump

grease-free condition, grease and other lubricants

components for lifting the assembled pump or

have been used during the assembly of the pump.

the complete unit.

If these substances shall not come in contact with

Do not remove documents which are attached

the pumping medium, the pump has to be flushed

to the pump.

with a cleaning agent before it is installed in the

Do not remove the protection caps from the

piping system.

pump
=

Lubricants used during


assembly of the pump

branches.

Otherwise

danger

of

contamination exists.

4.6

Transport

The pump has ceramic sleeve bearings which

The pump has to be transported as shown in the

are susceptible to impacts and shocks.

following figures.

Therefore handle the pump with care.

4.2

Unpacking

Before unpacking a visual control of the packing is


recommended. If transport damages are visible,
their extent is to be noted on the receipt or on the
delivery note. Possible claims are to be lodged
immediately with the carriers or the insurance
company.

4.3

Intermediate storage

If the pump or the pump unit is not installed


immediately after delivery, it has to be stored free

Pump without motor and base plate

from vibration in a dry room.


If the complete unit with motor and base plate has
to be transported, the cables have to be fixed at
the base plate

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Chapter 5

5.0

Mounting of the pump

5.4

General informations

5.1

Preconditions

5.4.1 Admissible ambient conditions

The pump or the pump unit, respectively, must

The ambient temperature may be between -20 C

have been unpacked and transported as stated in

and +60 C. The humidity of the air should be as

chapter 4.

low as possible in order to avoid corrosion.

5.2

5.4.2 Base, foundation

Target group

The work described in this chapter must be

The pump must be installed on a plane non-

carried out by trained skilled staff only.

oscillating floor or foundation. It is recommended


to use a base plate. In case of doubt use vibration

5.3

Safety measures

dampening feet.

5.4.3 Space required


The dimensions for the space requirement of the
pump unit can be learned from the dimension
table.

Connect the pipelines carefully as otherwise

Ensure the easy access to the shut-off and

the

regulation devices as well as to the measuring

medium

handled

may leave

during

operation and may endanger the operating


staff. Remove the protection caps from the

pump branches only just before connecting

5.4.4 Position

the pipelines.

In principle the pumps are installed horizontally.

Ensure that the shut-off devices in the suction


or

inflow line, respectively, and in

the

Pay

attention

to

the

existing

internal

Eliminate

the

preservative

acc.

to

the

indications stated on the pump label. In case


of
=

non

Motor

of the motor (indicated by an arrow at the pump


casing). If this should not be possible the sense of

instructions.
=

5.5

Before the assembly check the sense of rotation

discharge line are closed.

instruments.

observance

exists

danger

of

rotation of the complete unit may be checked only


if the pump is filled.

contamination of the plant.

5.6

Coupling

Provide for a motor protection switch with a

Mount

the

drive by an E-motor.

necessary in warm condition. Arrange pump and

coupling

without

hard

blows,

if

motor on a level base and without tensions. The


shaft ends must exactly be centered towards each

=
=
=

other. The distance between the halves of the


Ensure that all electrical connections are free

SIHI coupling shall be 2 - 3 mm (see fig.).

from tension. Otherwise there exists danger to

If

life by electric shock.

manufacturers instructions. After installation on

foreign couplings

are used observe

the

the foundation and the connection of the pipelines,


the alignment of the coupling has to be checked
and re-aligned, if necessary. Moreover, after

5.4.1 Assembly tools

reaching the operating temperature the alignment

Special tools are not required for assembly and

of the coupling has to be checked again.

installation.

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The coupling requires a guard acc. to DIN 31001

Chapter 5

5.8

Mounting of the pump and


installation into the piping
system

in order to avoid accidental contacts during


operation.

The pipelines should be laid in such a manner that

ruler

thermal expansion in the pipe system does not


cause additional forces acting on the pump
flanges.
The pump has to be aligned with the pipelines.
The pipelines have to be supported so that the
pump flanges can be connected without tension.

ATTENTION
=

When handling liquids below -20C or above


60C, only the pump feet at the volute casing
are to be tightened hard to the base plate.

It must be a = a1 and b = b1

5.7

The screws at the foot of the bearing bracket


are to be tightened only in a way, that an axial
movement of the bearing bracket is possible,

Verification before installation

Before installing the pump into the plant the


following points have to be verified:

to allow thermal expansions.


=

The pump set including the base plate has to


be fixed to the base and the pipework free of

1. Is the electrical connection of the drive motor

tension.

free of tension?
2. Are suction or inflow line, respectively, and
discharge line emptied and closed?

5.9

3. Is it possible to rotate the pump easily by hand

Protection and regulating


devices

(for this purpose turn the fan of the motor or

The existing protection and regulating devices

the coupling)?

(also see chapter 3, accessories) are to be

4. Have

been

observed

existing

internal

installed and connected acc. to the appertaining


instructions.

instructions?
ATTENTION
Eliminate the preservative acc. to the indications

5.10

stated on the pump label. In case of non

The following final work must be carried out:

observance exists danger of contamination of the

1. Check the tightness of the connecting flanges.

plant.

2. Check the easy running of the pump (for that

If the pump has not been ordered in oil- and

Final work

purpose turn the coupling or the motor fan).

grease-free condition, grease and other lubricants

3. Check the alignment of the coupling.

have been used during the assembly of the pump.

4. Mount the coupling guard.

If these substances shall not come in contact with


the pumping medium, the pump has to be flushed

5.11

Hydrostatic pressure test

with a cleaning agent before it is installed in the

When

subjecting

piping system.

hydrostatic pressure test it must be ensured that

the

piping

system

to

foreign bodies cannot enter the pump.


The permitted test pressure of the pump must not
be exceeded.

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of operation

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6.0

Putting into operation and out of


operation

6.1

Preconditions

Chapter 6

6.4

Filling / ventilation

The pump or the pump unit, respectively, must

Eliminate the preservative acc. to the indications

have been installed acc. to the instructions of

stated on the pump label. In case of non

chapter 5.

observance exists danger of contamination of the


plant.

6.2

Target group

If the pump has not been ordered in oil- and

The work described in this chapter must be

grease-free condition, grease and other lubricants

carried out by trained skilled staff only.

have been used during the assembly of the pump.


If these substances shall not come in contact with

6.3

Safety measures

the pumping medium, the pump has to be flushed


with a cleaning agent before it is installed in the
piping system.
Before the first start-up the pump as well as the

Electrical connections are to be carried out

suction or inflow line, respectively, must be

acc. to the regulations of the local public

completely filled with pumping medium in order to

utilities and to the ELexV standards. Only

avoid dry operation of the pump.

personnel, authorized correspondingly, may


carry out this work.

6.5

Electrical connection

The motor has to be connected acc. to the

ATTENTION

directives given in its operation manual.

Fill the pump properly; otherwise the sleeve

6.6

bearings could be destroyed.

Check the sense of rotation only when the

The connections and the verification of the used

pump is filled.

accessories have to be made in accordance with

Fill the pump slowly if hot pumping media are

the operating instructions of the different devices.

used in order to avoid distortions or a heat

shock.

6.7

In case of handling explosive, toxic, hot,

Before switching on the pump unit the following

crystalline or corrosive media it must be

points are to be verified:

ensured that persons and environment are not

1. Are all pipelines connected and are the unions

Verification before switching-on

tight?

endangered.

Connection and verification of


accessories and control devices

Regulate the output at constant speed at the

2. Is the pump filled properly?

discharge side only. The shut-off device at the


suction or inflow side, respectively, must

3. Is the regulating element in the discharge line


slightly opened?

always

4. Is the shut-off element in the suction or inflow

be

completely

opened

during

operation; otherwise there is the danger of


cavitation.

line, respectively, completely opened?


5. Is the motor ready for operation?
6. Is the sense of rotation of the motor correct?
(check by short-time starting of the motor)
7. Is the coupling aligned properly?
8. If oil-lubricated ball bearings are used, the oillevel has to be checked.

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= If oil lubricated ball bearings are installed, the

6.8

Putting into operation

oil level has to be controlled.

For putting into operation proceed as follows:


ATTENTION

1. Open fully the shut-off element at suction side.


2. Open only slightly the regulating element at

If the magnetic coupling should desynchronize

discharge side.
3. Switch on the motor.

(motor and outer magnet are rotating, but not the

4. Check the pressure gauges at the pressure

pump), the motor must be switched off, the cause

measuring points.

of the desynchronization must be eliminated and

If the pumping pressure does not constantly

then the unit can be started again.

rise with increasing speed, the motor is to be

A long time of operation during desynchronization

switched off again and the pump must carefully

causes damage to the magnetic coupling!

be vented once more.


5. After reaching the operation speed regulate the

6.11

Putting out of operation

operating point of the pump by actuating the

For putting out of operation proceed as follows:

regulating elements in the discharge line.

1. Switch off the motor.


2. Close the regulating element at discharge side.

The operation against closed regulation elements

3. Close the shut-off element at suction side.

in the discharge line is admissible only if the min.


output via a bypass line is guaranteed.

If there is the risk of freezing, drain the pump and

By means of safety measures at the plant (e.g.

preserve it.

overflow valve) it must be ensured that the

ATTENTION

admissible casing pressure of the pump is not


exceeded

because

of

malfunction

during

Even after emptying residual liquid remains inside

operation.

the pump. If the pump has to be dismounted, it

The alignment of the coupling should be repeated

should be washed, to make sure that the personel

at operational temperature. If necessary the pump

will not be endangered by getting in contact with

or the drive motor, respectively, is to be re-aligned.

the pumping medium.

6.9

Switching frequency

The pump may be switched on and off max. 8


times per hour.
Before switching on the pump again it is important
that the pump rotor has come to a stop because
otherwise

the

magnetic

coupling

could

desynchronize.

6.10

Special instructions

During operation the following points are to be


observed:
= Control the speed and the delivery head.
= Ensure that the pump runs without vibration.
= Control the liquid level in the suction or inflow
tank, respectively.
= Control the temperature of the ball bearings in
the bearing bracket.
(max. permissible temperature: 100C)
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Maintenance, disassembly,
assembly

7.1

Preconditions

7.4

Chapter 7

Maintenance and inspection

The pump or the pump unit, respectively, has

The pump requires only little maintenance.

been put out of operation acc. to the instructions

However, after 8.000 service hours, at least after 2

of chapter 6.

years, the inner sleeve bearings are to be


checked.

7.2

Target group

But the ball bearings in the bearing bracket should

The work described in this chapter must be

be checked in regular intervals.

carried out by trained skilled staff only.


Work at electrical connections must be carried out

7.4.1 Grease lubricated ball bearings

by authorized skilled staff only.

The ball bearings are sealed and filled with


lubricant.

7.3

Safety measures

After approx. 10000 hours of operation, at the


latest after two years, the bearings are to be
dismounted, checked and to be exchanged if

Pumps with magnetic couplings are equipped


with strong permanent magnets. Data carriers
and electronic components must not be
placed near dismounted components.
The effect of magnetic fields on cardiac
pacemakers is not researched sufficiently.
For reasons of safety, concerned persons are
to be relieved from mounting work on pumps
with magnetic couplings.
The reach of magnetic fields is only a few
decimetres; when installed the magnets are
screened off.

The parts of magnetic couplings must be


placed at sufficient distance from each other.
There exists danger of injury by

parts

attracting each other.


=

The disassembly and assembly requires a


clean and antimagnetic workshop place.

Drain the pump after disassembly out of the


plant. After draining residues of liquid will
remain in the pump. As these residues
become

free

only

during

disassembly,

preventive measures must be taken before


disassembly.

necessary.
In case of especially unfavourable conditions of
operation (humidity, dust and/or high ambient
temperatures) the maintenance intervals must be
considerably shorter.

7.4.1 Oil lubricated ball bearings


The pumps are delivered without an oil-filling.
The oil-level is controlled by a constant level oiler.
Therefore the pump has to be installed horizontal.
In every case, also at the first filling, the oil has to
be filled in the flapped back oil tank. After
reflapping the oil tank the oil flows into the bearing
bracket. This procedure has to be repeated until
the oil does not flow out of the oil tank anymore.
Then the correct oil level is reached.
With new bearings, the oil shall be renewed after
about 200 h of operation. After this renewing of
the oil, the oil shall be renewed acc. to the
following table.
light duty

medium or heavy duty

very low pollution,

low pollution,

T < 50C

T > 50C

renewing of the oil once renewing of the oil after


a year

half a year

Only high-quality oils according to DIN 51517, CL


46 are to be used (for example Shell Vitrea 46,
Esso Esstic 46).

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Disassembly

Chapter 7

= Pull the ball bearing 32.10 out of the bearing


bracket.

7.5.1 Preparation for disassembly


Proceed acc. to the following check list:

7.5.3.2 Oil lubricated bearings

1. Switch the power supply of the motor free from

= Take the oil out of the bearing bracket by


losening the screws 90.31 and 90.32.

voltage.

= Loosen the srews 90.12 and take off the

2. Disconnect the motor.

bearing cover 36.00.

3. Drain the installation at least within the pump


area, i.e. between the shut-off elements at

= The lip-ring 42.11 in the bearing cover 36.00


has to be renewed if it is damaged.

suction and at discharge side.


4. If necessary disconnect measuring probes and

= Loosen the shaft nut 92.30 and take off the


safety tab washer 93.11.

control instruments and dismount them.


5. Dismount the coupling. Loosen the screws of

= Pull the driving shaft 21.01 with the outer


magnet 84.72 out of the bearing bracket.

the pump feet from the base plate.

= Pull the ball bearing 32.11 out of the bearing

7.5.2 Replacement parts

bracket and take off the circlip 93.20 and the

When ordering spare parts, the item number from

spacer 52.52.

the sectional drawing, the pump number and the

= Pull the ball bearing 32.10 out of the bearing


bracket.

complete pump code have to be indicated.


For the reassembly the casing sealing must be

= The lip-ring 42.10 in the bearing bracket 33.00

replaced in any case.

has to be renewed if it is damaged.


For all designs:

7.5.3 Disassembly of the unit

If the outer magnet 84.72 is damaged, it can be

Note:

dismounted by loosening the screws 91.45 /

Before disassembly mark the position of the stage

90.15.

casing to each other by means of a colored pencil


or a scribing point.

7.5.4 Disassembly of the pump

This facilitates the observance of the circuit

1. Loosen the screws 91.40, 90.16 or 90.17,

diagram during the reassembly.

respectively (connection between flange for the

- see sectional drawing in the annex Loosen the screws 90.13 and pull off carefully the

can 81.71 and volute casing 10.20).


2. Remove the complete insert unit from the

bearing bracket with the built in driving shaft from

volute casing.

the pump. Pay attention that the magnetic bell

3. Loosen the srews 91.41.

does not strike against the isolation shroud.

4. Take off the flange for the can 81.71 and the

If the bearing bracket shall not be dismounted, go


on at 7.5.4.
7.5.3.1 Grease lubricated bearings

isolation shell 81.70.


a)

= Loosen the srews 90.12 and take off the


bearing cover 36.00.

pumps with mag drive system 1 and 2


(see table product identification in
chapter 2)

= Loosen the shaft nut 92.30 and take off the

= loosen the shaft nut 92.20


= pull off the impeller 23.00 and the thrust

safety tab washer 93.11.


= Pull the driving shaft 21.01 with the outer
magnet 84.72 out of the bearing bracket.

bearing 31.40 from the shaft.


= take out the key 94.01

= Pull the ball bearing 32.11 out of the bearing

= remove the covers 16.00 and 16.01, screwed

bracket and take off the circlip 93.20 and the

together with the bearing carrier 38.10, from

spacer 52.52.

the shaft

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= slip off the spacers 52.50 and 52.51, the

Chapter 7

7.6

Work after disassembly

bushings 52.90 and the thrust bearing 31.41

7.6.1 Cleaning

from the shaft.


= take the rear thrust bearing 31.41 and the
interior magnet 84.71 off the shaft

1. Clean all parts.


2. Clean the wear rings and sealing surfaces with
a suitable dilution.

b)

pumps with mag drive system 3


(see table product identification in

3. Metal particles adherent to the magnets can be


removed by means of an adhesive tape.

chapter 2)
= Loosen the shaft nut 92.31.

7.6.2 Control

= Pull off the interior magnet 84.71 and the thrust

The following pump parts are to be checked:

bearing 31.41 from the shaft 21.00.

1. Check the SiC sleeve bearings for damage and

= Take out the key 94.00.

wear. If they are damaged, they must be

= Remove the covers 16.00 and 16.01, screwed

replaced.

together with the bearing carrier 38.10, from


the shaft.

2. Check the wear ring surfaces for damage and


wear. The difference in diameter between the

= Slip off the spacer rings 52.50, the bushings

wear ring at the impeller and the casing parts

52.90, the spacer 52.51 and the thrust bearing

shall be 0,3 mm to 0,5 mm. If the wear rings

31.40 from the shaft.

are worn out too much, they have to be

= Slip off the impeller 23.00 from the shaft.


= Take out the key 94.01.

renewed.
3. Check the ball bearings for easy rotation. If
they are damaged, they must be replaced.

c)

pumps with mag drive system 4 or 6


(see table product identification in

7.7

Assembly

chapter 2)
= loosen the shaft nut 92.20

7.7.1 Tightening torques

= pull off the impeller 23.00 and the thrust

When

bearing 31.40 from the shaft.

tightening

the

screws

the

following

tightening torques are to be kept:

= take out the key 94.01


= remove the covers 16.00 and 16.01, screwed
together with the bearing carrier 38.10, from

Thread

M8

M10

M12

Tightening torque

12Nm

25Nm

65Nm

M16
90Nm

the shaft
= slip off the spacers 52.50 and 52.51, the

tightening torque of shaft nut 92.20: 50 Nm

bushings 52.90 and the thrust bearing 31.41

tightening torque of shaft nut 92.31: 50 Nm

from the shaft.

tightening torque of shaft nut 92.30: 20 Nm

= take the rear thrust bearing 31.41.


= loosen the screws 91.43 and pull off the interior
magnet 84.71 from the shaft

Attention
The shaft nut 92.20 has to be renewed after the
third disassembly, because the the self locking

Disassembly of the cover:

effect gets lost. This is not valid for the pumps with

After loosening the screws 90.11 it is possible to

mag drive system 3. In this case the lock washer

pull apart the covers 16.00 / 16.01 and the bearing

might have to be renewed.

carrier 38.10 and take out the strainer insert


75.80.

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7.7.2 Assembly of the pump

Chapter 7

2. Assemble the interior magnet, the bearings,


the cover and the impeller on the shaft.

Carry out the following steps:


1. Assemble the cover 16.00 / 16.01 with the

3. Assemble the flange for the can and the

strainer insert 75.80 and the bearing carrier

isolation shroud by using the screws 91.41.


Danger of injury: the flange for the can is

38.10 by using the screws 90.11.


During the assembly of the bearing carrier 38.10
to the covers 16.00 and 16.01, the correct position
of the bores for the partial flow has to be
observed.
The position of the bearing carrier 38.10 controls
the partial flow and the pressure-level in the rear
wear ring of the impeller. By turning the bearing
carrier on 90 two different positions and therefore
two different values of partial flow can be adjusted.
At small differential heads and low axial thrust
position 1 will be chosen to ensure a sufficient
cooling and lubrication flow. At high differential
heads, high axial thrust or when NPSH-problems
occur, position 2 will be chosen.
position 1:
The bearing carrier 38.10 has to be assembled in
a way, that the two big bores for the partial flow
( 9mm) are placed on the horizontal axis, and
are congruent to the bores in the covers 16.00 and
16.01. Therefore the partial flow is led to the
backside of the impeller via these two 9mm-bores.
position 2:
The bearing carrier 38.10 has to be assembled in
a way, that the two big bores for the partial flow
( 9mm) are placed on the vertical axis. Then the
small bore for the partial flow (6mm) is placed
on the horizontal axis congruent to one of the
9mm-bores in the covers 16.00 and 16.01.
Therefore the partial flow is led to the backside of
the impeller via this 6mm-bore.
The following table shows, which positions have to
be chosen for the different pump sizes.
Pump
size

32-125
40-125
50-125
65-125
32-160
40-160
50-160
65-160
80-160
100-160
40-315
50-315
65-315

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speed
[1/min]
< 1800 > 1800
1
1
32-200
1
1
40-200
1
1
50-200
1
1
65-200
1
1
80-200
1
1
100-200
1
1
125-200
1
2
32-250
1
2
40-250
1
2
50-250
1
2
65-250
1
2
80-250
1
2
100-250

position of the
bearing carrier at
speed
[1/min]
< 1800 > 1800
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2

attracted by the interior magnet.


4. Mount the complete insert unit at the volute
casing. After tightening the screws 91.40 /
90.16 / 90.17, respectively, the screws 91.41
have to be retightened.

7.7.3 Assembly of the unit


Assemble the bearing bracket acc. to the following
list.
= assemble the outer magnet 84.72 to the driving
shaft 21.01 by using the screws 91.45 / 90.15.
7.7.3.1 grease lubricated bearings
= Push the ball bearing 32.10 into the bearing
bracket.
= Put in the circlip 93.20.
= Put in the driving shaft with the screwed on
outer magnet.
= Slip on the spacer 52.52 and the second ball
bearing 32.11.
7.7.3.2 oil lubricated bearings
= Push the lip ring 42.10 into the bearing bracket.
= Push the ball bearing 32.10 into the bearing
bracket.
= Put in the circlip 93.20.
= Put in the driving shaft with the screwed on
outer magnet.
= Slip on the spacer 52.52 and the second ball
bearing 32.11.
= Push the lip ring 42.11 into the bearing cover
36.00.

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for all designs:


= Assemble the washer 93.11 and the shaft nut
92.30.
= Assemble the bearing cover 36.00 with the
screws 90.12.
= Mount the bearing bracket on the flange for the
can by using the screws 90.13.
Caution: Do not reach between the flanges!
Danger of injury by the attraction of inner and
outer magnet.

7.8

Test work

The following test work has to be carried out:


1. Check whether the pump rotates easily by
turning the driving shaft.
2. Carry out a hydrostatic pressure test at 1,5
times the nominal pump pressure (nominal
pressure may be learned from the data sheet).
3. Carry out a leakage test.

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8.1

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Chapter 8

Help in case of trouble


Target group

Trouble elimination must be carried out by trained, skilled staff only.


Trouble
Output too low

Cause

Elimination

- Counterpressure too high.

Check the plant for contamination with dirt.


Check the operating point.
Vent and fill the pump as well as the
suction or inflow line, resp.
Check the liquid levels, open the shut-off
elements at suction side.
Clean the filters and dirt traps installed at
suction side.
Replace the worn out pump parts.
Modify the motor connection.
Replace the casing seal.
Check the flange connections
Check whether the pumping conditions
which were valid for the selection of the
pump and magnetic coupling have been
kept. Possibly the max. asmissible
temperature, density and/or viscosity of the
pumping medium have been exceeded.
Check whether the assignment magnetic
coupling-motor-pump corresponds with the
original selection.
Check the pump for easy rotation. Check
whether the pump is blocked (e.g. by dirt
particles). Check the internal sleeve
bearings.
Vent and fill the pump as well as the
suction or inflow line.
Check the tightening torque of the casing
screws.
Replace the seals.
Vent and fill the pump as well as the
suction line or inflow line, resp.
Check the liquid levels, open the shut-off
elements at suction side.
Clean the filters and dirt traps installed at
suction side.
Disassemble the pump and clean the
screen filter element.
Check the liquid levels, open the shut-off
elements at suction side.
Clean the filters and dirt traps installed at
suction side.
Check whether the pumping conditions
which were valid for the selection of the
pump and magnetic coupling have been
kept. Possibly the max. asmissible
temperature, density and/or viscosity of the
pumping medium have been exceeded.
Check whether the assignment magnetic
coupling-motor-pump corresponds with the
original selection.
Check the pump for easy rotation. Check
whether the pump is blocked (e.g. by dirt
particles). Check the internal sleeve
bearings.
Vent and fill the pump as well as the
suction line or inflow line, resp.
Check the installation of the pump
Dismount and clean the pump

- Pump or pipeline, resp., not completely


free of gas.
- Suction lift too high or positive suction
head too low.
- gaps between the waear rings too large.
- Wrong sense of rotation.
- Casing or suction line leaky.

No output in spite of running


motor

- The existing max. torque of the magnetic


coupling has been exceeded, i.e. the
magnetic coupling has desynchronized.-

Leakage of the pump

- Pump not filled or gas content in the


pumping medium is too high.
- Casing seal leaky.

Temperature rise in the pump

- Seals defective
- Pump or pipeline not completely filled.
- Suction lift too high or positive suction
head too low.

Pump runs unquiet or noisy

- The screen filter element installed for the


partial flow, is contaminated.
- Suction lift too high or positive suction
head too low.
- The existing max. torque of the magnetic
coupling has been exceeded, i.e. the
magnetic coupling has desynchronized

- Pump or pipeline not completely filled.


- Pump is distorted.
- dirt particles in the pump

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Trouble
Motor load detector responds

Motor protection switch


switches off

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Cause

Chapter 8

Elimination

Power absorption lower than the


adjusted min. limit value because of:
- desynchronization of the magnetic
coupling

Check whether the pumping conditions


which were valid for the selection of the
pump and magnetic coupling have been
kept. Possibly the max. asmissible
temperature, density and/or viscosity of the
pumping medium have been exceeded.
Check whether the assignment magnetic
coupling-motor-pump corresponds with the
original selection.
Check the pump for easy rotation. Check
whether the pump is blocked (e.g. by dirt
particles). Check the internal sleeve
bearings.

- the flow rate remains under the min.


admissible flow rate
Power absorption higher than the
adjusted max. limit value because of:

Check the operating point

- exceeding the max. admissible flow rate

Check the operating point

- increased friction in the pump

Check the pump for easy rotation.


Check the internal sleeve bearings.
Check whether the pump is blocked by dirt
particles.

- Increased friction in the pump

Check the pump for easy rotation.


Check the internal sleeve bearings.
Check whether the pump is blocked by
contamination

- exceeding the max. admissible flow rate

Check the operating point

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Chapter 9 and 10

Technical Data

Flange connections and hydraulic data acc. to DIN EN 22858 / ISO 2858 (chemical standard pump)
temperature of the pumping medium: -40C up to 180C
when the temperature of the pumping medium is lower than 0C, the
standard pump with the closed bearing bracket has to be used. The
bearing bracket has to be sealed against the flange for the can (81.71)
by using Soft PTFE-Cord-sealing material.
By doing so, the entrance of air humidity in the area of the outer
magnet and isolation shroud is prevented. Therefore the freezing of
the condensated air humidity during the times the pump is not running
will not happen in such an amount, that the outer magnets freezes to
the isolation shroud.
Pumps with an open bearing bracket can be used for medium
temperatures up to max. 300C. (designation of this type: see table in
chapter 2)
Surface temperature:

The surface temperature of the pump will be very close to the


temperature of the pumping medium. Especially in areas with defined
temperature class regarding the safety against explosions, measures
have to be taken to assure, that the surface temperature of the pump
does not exceed the permitted temperature.

kinematic viscosity:

To ensure safe operation of the pump, the kinematic viscosity of the


pumping medium has to at least 0,3 mm/s and has to be lower than
300 mm/s. In any case, the viscosity has to be kept in mind during the
selection of the drive and of the magnetic coupling. In some cases
also lower viscosities than 0,3 mm/s can be handled. Please ask
Sterling SIHI for further information.

Casing pressure:

PN 16 or PN 25
(designation of the different types see table in chapter 2) Depending
on the temperature of the pumping medium, the admissible casing
pressure may decrease. This is shown in the following diagramms.
pressure - temperature limits
casing material: GGG-40.3 (1B, 1E, 1R, 1U)

pressure - temperature limits


casing material: 1.4408 (4B, 4R)

perm. operating pressure [bar ]

16

dashed: size 150250

25

14

20

12
10

15

10

6
4

2
0
-50

50

100

150

200

operating temperature [C]

250

300

0
-50

Sense of rotation:

clockwise, seen from the drive

admissible nozzle loads:

acc. to DIN ISO 5199 / EN 25199.

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100

150

200

250

300

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Acc. to EUROPUMP Tech


001/30/D the noise level of the
pump can be read from the
shown diagramm for power
consumptions < 100kW

Chapter 9 and 10

80

70

Lp [dB]

Technical Data, Annex

60

50

9.1

40

Materials

item no.

designation

shaft
clutch shaft

23.00

1.4408
1.4571

5L
Alloy R48
1.4517*
Alloy R48
1.4517*

5G
Alloy R53
2.4607*
Alloy R53
2.4607*
2.4610

Alloy R48
1.4517*

Alloy R53
2.4607*
2.4610/SSiC

1.4462
1.4571
GG-25
0.6025

impeller

31.40 and 31.41 thrust bearing


33.00
bearing bracket
38.10
bearing insert
52.50 and 52.51 spacer
52.90
sleeve
81.70
isolation shroud
84.71
interior magnet
84.72
exterior magnet
*similar material acc. to DIN 17007

9.2

material
4B

1B
GGG-40.3
0.7043
St 52-3
1.0570

16.00 and 16.01 cover


21.00
21.01

100

P [kW]

volute casing

10.20

10

1.4408

1.4571/SSiC
GGG 40 (0.7040) or St 52 (1.0570)
1.4462/SSiC
1.4571
SSiC
2.4610
1.4571/SmCo
1.0570/SmCo

2.4610/SSiC
2.4610

2.4610/SmCo

Nominal torque of the magnetic couplings

The given values ( in Nm) are valid for ambient temperature 20C.
code (also
see table in
chapter 2)
A
B
C
D
E
F
H
J
K
L
M
P
T
V
W
Z

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1C
1E

2A
2C
2E
78
100

2B
57
73

coupling system
3A
3C
3E
78

3B

100
112
158
179

73
82
115
131

57

14

4A
4C
4E
69
83

6A
6C
6E
69
83

133
178
212
255
293
330
380

133
178
212
255

23
33

24

33

24

41
54

30
40

41
54

30
40

38

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Dimensional table
Pump type: CBMD

dimensions in mm

Size

Bear.
frame

32160
32200
32250

35

40160
40200
40250
40315

35

50160
50200
50250
50315

35

Pump dimensions
DNd DNs a
32 50 80

45
40

65

45
50

80

45

65160
65200
65250

Feet dimensions

Shaft end

f
h1 h2
385 160 160
180
100 500 180 225

b c1 c2 m1 m2 m3 m4 n1 n2 s1 s2 e1 e2
w d
l
t u
50 14 8 100 70 40 28 240 190 14 15 110 140 285 24 50 27 8
65

125

95

320 250

370 32 80 35 10

80 385 132
100
160
500 180
125
200

160
180
225
250

50

100

70

125

95

190
212
250
280

285 24 50 27 8

65

240
265
320
345

100 385 160 180


200
125 500 180 225
225 280

50

100

70

265 212

285 24 50 27 8

65

125

95

320 250
345 280

370 32 80 35 10 100
130

65

100 100
125

160 200
180 225
200 250

80160
80200
80250

45

80

125

500 180 225


250
225 280

100200
100250

45
55

100 125

500 200 280


140 530 225

80 16

160 120

65 14

125

80 16

160 120

95

370 32 80 35 10 100
130
90

280 212
320 250
360 280 18

130

320 250 14
345 280
400 315 18

32 80 35 10 90
120
130

360 280
400 315

32 80 35 10 115
42 110 45 12 130

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Dimensional table
Pump type: CBMD
DNsDNd
k
d2 x n

dimensions to PN 16
32
40
50
65
80
100
125
150
100
110
125
145
160
180
210
240
18 x 4 18 x 4 18 x 4 18 x 4 18 x 8 18 x 8 18 x 8 22 x 8

200
295
22 x 12

DNsDNd
k
d2 x n

dimensions to PN 25
32
40
50
65
80
100
125
150
100
110
125
145
160
190
220
250
18 x 4 18 x 4 18 x 4 18 x 8 18 x 8 22 x 8 26 x 8 26 x 8

200
310
26 x 12

dimensions to ANSI 150 RF


32
40
50
65
80
100
125
150
1,25
1,5
2
2,5
3
4
5
6
88,9
98,4 120,6 139,7 152,4 190,5 215,9 241,3
16 x 4 16 x 4 20 x 4 20 x 4 20 x 4 20 x 8 23 x 8 23 x 8

200
8
298,4
23 x 8

DNsDNd
k
d2 x n
DNsDNd
k
d2 x n

Pump size
DNs
32125
31160
32200
32250
40125
40160
40200
40250
40315
50160
50200
50250
50315
65160
65200
65250
65315
80160
80200
80250
80315
80400
100200
100250

50

DNd

32

65

40

80

50

100

65

125

80

125

100

dimensions to ANSI 300 RF


32
40
50
65
80
100
125
150
200
1,25
1,5
2
2,5
3
4
5
6
8
98,4 114,3
127
149,2 168,3
200
234,9 269,9
330,2
20 x 4 23 x 4 20 x 8 23 x 8 23 x 8 23 x 8 23 x 8 23 x 12 26 x 12

SG.IRON
PN16
Discharge Suction side
side
D
Td
S
Ts

316SS
PN16
Discharge Suction side
side
D
Td
S
Ts

SG.IRON
PN25
Discharge Suction side
side
D
Td
S
Ts

140
140
140
140

20
20
20
20

165
165
165
165

22
22
22
22

140
140
140
140

18
18
18
18

165
165
165
165

20
20
20
20

140
140
140
140

20
20
20
20

165
165
165
165

22
22
22
22

140
150
150
150
150

20
20
20
20
20

165
191
191
191
191

22
24
24
24
24

140
150
150
150
150

18
18
18
18
18

165
191
191
191
191

20
18
18
18
18

140
150
150
150
150

20
20
20
20
20

165
191
191
191
191

22
24
24
24
24

165
165
165
165

22
22
22
22

200
200
200
200

26
26
26
26

165
165
165
165

20
20
20
20

200
200
200
200

20
24
24
20

165
165
165
165

22
22
22
22

200
200
200
200

26
26
26
26

191
191
191
191

24
24
24
24

235
235
235
235

28
28
28
28

191
191
191
191

18
18
18
18

229
229
229
229

24
24
24
24

191
191
191
191

24
24
24
24

235
235
235
235

28
28
28
28

200
200
200
200
200

26
26
26
26
26

270
270
270
270
270

30
30
30
30
30

200
200
200
200
200

20
20
20
20
20

254
254
254
254
254

24
24
24
24
24

200
200
200
200
200

26
26
26
26
26

270
270
270
270
270

30
30
30
30
30

220
220

28
28

250
250

30
30

229
229

24
24

254
254

24
24

235
235

28
28

270
270

30
30

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Document-No. .... : de21694
Date ................... : 31.05.2001

Sterling SIHI GmbH


Postfach 1941, 25509 Itzehoe, Germany
phone: (04821) 771 - 01 fax: (04821) 771 - 310

sectional drawing

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annex

valid for construction size 160 und 200 with mag drive system 2

cbmd6de

subject to technical alterations

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sectional drawing

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annex

valid for construction size 160 und 200 with mag drive system 3

cbmd6de

subject to technical alterations

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sectional drawing

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annex

valid for construction size 250 with mag drive system 3

cbmd6de

subject to technical alterations

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sectional drawing

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annex

valid for construction size 200 und 250 with mag drive system 6

cbmd6de

subject to technical alterations

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sectional drawing

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annex

valid for construction size 315 with mag drive system 6

cbmd6de

subject to technical alterations

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sectional drawing

page 6 of 6

annex

additional sheet for


pumps with free flow filter

cbmd6de

subject to technical alterations

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Sterling SIHI GmbH


Lindenstrasse 170
D - 25524 Itzehoe

Declaration by the manufacturer


Herewith we declare that the magnetically coupled end suction pumps
of the series:

CBMD
CBED
ZLKD
ZLID
ZTKA

is intended to be incorporated into machinery or assembled with other machinery to constitute machinery
covered by the directive 98/37/EC and must not be put into service until the machinery into which it is to be
incorporated has been declared in conformity with the provisions of the directive 98/37/EC

Applied harmonized standards in particular


EN 809
EN 292 - 1
EN 292 - 2
in the valid versions.

Sterling Fluid Systems

Sterling SIHI GmbH


General Manager

T. Plingen
(25.05.01, signature)

Spiralgeh.-Magnet-DE

Sterling Fluid Systems

Sterling SIHI GmbH


Lindenstrasse 170
D - 25524 Itzehoe

EC declaration of conformity
Herewith we declare that the magnetically coupled pump units of the
series :

CBMD
CBED
ZLKD
ZLID
ZTKA

comply with the following provisions applying to it

Machinery directive (98/37/EEC, Annex I No. 1)

Applied harmonized standards in particular


EN 809
EN 292 T 1
EN 292 T 2
in the valid versions.
Applied national technical standards and specifications in particular

Unauthorized alterations of the pump unit and any use not in accordance with valid regulations and/or the
intended use result in a loss of validity of this document.
Sterling Fluid Systems

Sterling SIHI GmbH


General Manager

T. Plingen
(25.05.01, signature)

Spiralgeh.-Magnet-DE