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GRUNDFOS ALLDOS INSTRUCTIONS

Vaccuperm
VGS-141, -143, -145
Gas dosing system
Service instructions
Contents

1. Of general interest ............................................................................................................ 3


1.1 Structure of the documentation .........................................................................................................3
1.2 About this manual .............................................................................................................................3
1.3 User/target groups ............................................................................................................................3
1.4 Responsibilities of the operator .........................................................................................................4
1.5 Maintenance and service personnel ..................................................................................................4
1.6 Correct usage ...................................................................................................................................4
1.7 Inappropriate usage ..........................................................................................................................4
2. Technical Data ................................................................................................................... 5
2.1 General Data ....................................................................................................................................5
2.2 Data of the optional components.......................................................................................................5
2.3 Dimensioned drawing .......................................................................................................................7
3. Installation ......................................................................................................................... 8
3.1 Transport and storage.......................................................................................................................8
3.2 Unpacking ........................................................................................................................................8
3.3 Mounting...........................................................................................................................................8
4. Commissioning ................................................................................................................. 9
4.1 Preparations for commissioning ........................................................................................................9
4.2 Checks before commissioning ........................................................................................................12
5. Maintenance .................................................................................................................... 14
5.1 Possible faults ................................................................................................................................14
5.2 Switching off ...................................................................................................................................15
5.3 Disassembling and cleaning the measuring tube ............................................................................15
5.4 Cleaning the rate valve ...................................................................................................................15
5.5 Differential pressure regulator.........................................................................................................17
5.6 Adjusting the Servomotor (option) ...................................................................................................18
6. Assembly drawings, spare part sets and spare parts ................................................... 22
6.1 Gas Dosing System ........................................................................................................................22
6.2 Measuring tube support ..................................................................................................................25
6.3 Rate valve ......................................................................................................................................28
6.4 Differential pressure regulator.........................................................................................................31
6.5 Spare part sets and spare parts ......................................................................................................34
6.6 Spare parts .....................................................................................................................................34

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Warning
These operating instructions are also available on www.Grundfosalldos.com.
Prior to installation, read these installation and operating instructions. Installation and operation
must comply with local regulations and accepted codes of good practice.

1. Of general interest
1.1 Structure of the documentation
The Grundfos Alldos device VGS-141 / VGS-143 / VGS-145 is a state-of-the-art solution, which complies with
recognised safety regulations.
Conformity with applicable standards, directives and laws has been verified.
Nevertheless, certain risks which cannot be prevented by the manufacturer are associated with the use of the system.
Purpose of this manual:
• Inform users of optimum use.
• Warn users of possible residual risks when using correctly and identify measures that should be taken to avoid
damage.
• Caution users against obvious misuse or inappropriate use and inform them of the necessary care that must be
taken when operating the system.

1.2 About this manual


This manual contains the following standardised safety instructions about possible residual risks:

Warning
If these safety instructions are not observed, it may result in personal injury!

If these safety instructions are not observed, it may result in malfunction or damage to the
Caution
equipment!

Note Notes or instructions that make the job easier and ensure safe operation.
Information about possible residual risks is provided:
• On warning signs displayed in the installation location.
• At the start of each section in this manual.
• Directly before any operating procedures that could involve residual risks.

1.3 User/target groups


Users are persons who are responsible for operating and monitoring the device VGS-141 / VGS-143 / VGS-145 at the
installation location. The system may only be operated by trained and qualified personnel. Personnel must have
appropriate technical knowledge and be familiar with the basic principles of measuring and control technology.

1.3.1 Responsibilities of the users


The users’ responsibilities:
• Read this manual before operating the VGS-141 / VGS-143 / VGS-145.
• Be trained by qualified personnel from Grundfos Alldos in the operation of the system.
• Observe the recognised regulations governing safety in the workplace and accident prevention.
• Wear appropriate protective clothing in accordance with national regulations for the prevention of accidents when
operating the system and handling chemicals (German GUV-V D05).

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1.4 Responsibilities of the operator
The owner of the building or operator of the VGS-141 / VGS-143 / VGS-145 is responsible for the following:
• Consider this manual to be part of the product and ensure that it is kept clearly accessible in the immediate vicinity
of the system for the entire service life of the system.
• Meet the installation requirements specified by the manufacturer (required water connections and fittings,
environmental conditions, electrical connection, protective tube for dosing line if necessary, audible or optical
warning device for alarm messages if necessary).
• Ensure that water lines and fixings are regularly checked, serviced and maintained.
• Obtain official approval for storing chemicals, if necessary.
• Train users in the operation of the system.
• Ensure that the regulations for the prevention of accidents are observed in the installation location
(German GUV-V D05 regulation for the prevention of accidents, "Chlorination of Water" dated January 1997).
• Provide all users and service personnel with protective clothing in accordance with GUV-V D05 (face mask, gloves,
protective apron).

1.5 Maintenance and service personnel


The system may only be maintained and serviced by authorised service personnel from Grundfos Alldos.

1.6 Correct usage


The Grundfos Alldos VGS-141 / VGS-143 / VGS-145 may be used for dosing chlorine (Cl2) as being described in this
manual.

1.7 Inappropriate usage


Applications other than those listed in section 1.6 Correct usage are considered not to be in accordance with the
intended use and are not permitted. The manufacturer, Grundfos Alldos, accepts no liability for any damage resulting
from incorrect use.
The system comprises state-of-the-art components and has undergone safety-related testing.
Warning
Unauthorised structural modifications to the system may result in serious damage to
equipment and personal injury.
It is forbidden to open, modify, change the structure of, bridge, remove, bypass or disable
components, especially safety equipment.

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2. Technical Data
2.1 General Data
Permissible medium Cl2
Deviation of linearity ± 4 % of upper limit
Deviation of reproducibillity ± 2 % of upper limit
Control range 1:20
Connections VGS-141 (up to 10kg/h) DN 10, for PVC-pipe DN 10 or PE-tube 10/14
Connections VGS-143 (up to 40kg/h) DN 20, for PVC-pipe DN 20
Connections VGS-145 (up to 200kg/h) DN 40, for PVC-pipe DN 40
Polyurethan (enclosure), PVC, FEP, PTFE, FKM, Copper-nickel alloy and a special
Materials
alloy

2.1.1 Dosing Flow

Type Dosing flow


10 - 200 g/h 0.5 - 10.5 #/day
25 - 500 g/h 2 - 26 #/day
50 - 1000 g/h 3 - 52 #/day
VGS-141 100 - 2000 g/h 5 - 100 #/day
200 - 4000 g/h 10 - 200 #/day
400 - 8000 g/h 20 - 420 #/day
500 - 10000 g/h 30 - 520 #/day
1 - 20 kg/h 50 - 1050 #/day
VGS-143
2 - 40 kg/h 100 - 2100 #/day
3.5 - 70 kg/h 200 - 3700 #/day
VGS-145 6 - 120 kg/h 400 - 6200 #/day
10 - 200 kg/h 500 - 10500 #/day

2.2 Data of the optional components


2.2.1 Servomotor without electronics

230 V, 50/60 Hz,


Mains voltage
115 V, 50/60 Hz
0.011 A (at 230 V),
Nominal current
0.022 A (at 115 V)
Power consumption ca. 3 W
Potentiometer 1000 Ω
Actuating time ca. 90 s (from minimal to maximum dosing flow)
Degree of protection IP 55
Permissible ambient temperature 0 °C to +50 °C

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2.2.2 Servomotor with built-in electronics

230 V, 50/60 Hz,


Mains voltage
115 V, 50/60 Hz
0.011 A (at 230 V),
Nominal current
0.022 A (at 115 V)
Signal input 4-20 mA
Signal output 4-20 mA
Manual/automatic: position
indication of the servomotor: loading 28 V, 1 A
capacity of the contact
output current: 4-20 mA
Loading capacity of the signal output
minimum open-circuit voltage 10 V
Load max. 500 Ω
Power consumption ca. 3 W
Actuating time ca. 90 s (from minimal to maximum dosing flow)
Degree of protection IP 55
Permissible ambient temperature 0 °C to +50 °C

2.2.3 Manual/automatic remote indication of the position of the rate valve adjusting spindle

Loading capacity of the Reed contact


Switched power max. 10W
Switched current max. 0.5A
Switched voltage max. 200 V (DC)
Carry current 1.0 A
Contact resistance 150 mΩ
Breakdown voltage min. 250 V (DC)
Degree of protection IP 65

Note The switch is closed in automatic position!

2.2.4 Vacuum meter with limit contacts

Measuring range -10 to 0 m WS rel.


slow-motion contacts S 21 according to DIN 16085 (E)
Limit contact outputs 1st limit contact: break contact (opens when the specified value is passed clockwise)
2nd limit contact: make contact (closes when the specified value is passed clockwise)
voltage ohmic load inductive load in case of alternating current (cos > 0.7)
230 V AC 45 mA 25 mA
Permissible contact load
110 V AC 90 mA 45 mA
24 V DC 200 mA -

2.2.5 Vacuum sensors

Measuring range -1 to 0 bar rel.


4 - 20 mA
Current output 4 mA equates to -1 bar
20 mA equates to 0 bar
Power supply 24V DC
Neccessary cable for current signal 2-wire, shielded, order no. 96687719 (321-130)

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2.2.6 Measuring transducer

1:10
Measuring range Below a dosing flow of 10 % no precise measurement is possible. The current signal 4 mA may probably
not be reached at a dosing flow of 0 %.
Deviation of linearity < ± 4 % from upper limit of the measuring range
4 - 20 mA
Current output 4 mA equates to 0 % dosing flow
20 mA equates to 100 % dosing flow
Power supply 24 V DC
Maximum load 600 Ω
Power consumption > 0.5 W
Degree of protection IP 65
Degree of protection 0°C to + 60°C

2.2.7 Measurement and Control Electronics Conex


• see operation manual of measuring amplifiers and controller Conex® DIA-2Q or Conex® DIS-2Q

2.2.8 Chlorine measuring cell


• see operation manual of the chlorine measuring cell

2.3 Dimensioned drawing


52,5 505 52,5
610 390
60
740

1000

1000
200

1810

730 (DN 40)


760 (DN 20)

325 325
TM04_0809_0908

30 375 45

50
450

Fig. 1 Dimensional drawings of gas dosing systems VGS-141, VGS-143 and VGS-145

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3. Installation
3.1 Transport and storage
• Handle with care, do not throw!
• Dry and cool storage place.

3.2 Unpacking
• Observe when unpacking
– No humidity should get into gas-leading parts!
– No foreign matter should get into gas-leading parts!
• Mount as soon as possible after unpacking.
Warning
Only for devices without foot for floor mounting:
Do not place the device standing on the pipe pieces!
TM04_0810_0908

Fig. 2 Gas dosing system without foot for floor mounting

3.3 Mounting

Warning
Please read Installation and operating instruction, Chapter 2: Handling Chlorine.

Only screw down the device to perfect flat and smooth surfaces.
Caution
Danger of distortion!

3.3.1 Devices without foot (wall mounting)


• Fix drilling jig to the desired place
• Mark the bore holes and bore them
• Put in dowels
• Screw the device to the wall

3.3.2 Devices with foot (floor mounting)


• Place the device at the desired place
• Mark the bore holes
• Remove the device
• Bore the holes
• Put in dowels
• Place the device at the desired place
• Screw the device to the floor

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4. Commissioning
4.1 Preparations for commissioning
4.1.1 Electrical connections

Warning
Switch off mains before connecting!
Electrical connections only by qualified personnel!
Observe local rules for electrical installations!

Depending on the selection of optional components: Mains connection either directly (by the
Note
customer) or via the clamp box.

Servomotor with built-in electronics (option) connected to Conex® DIA-2Q (Measurement and Control
Electronics)
• Connect the terminals with the corresponding terminals of the external control according to the connection chart.

PE
12 11 10 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 N

white brown brown blue

(GND) (4-20 mA)

green/
yellow
TM04_0812_0908

30 29 Conex DIA-2Q mains

Fig. 3 Terminal connection chart Conex® DIA-2Q

Servomotor with built-in electronics (option) connected to Conex® DIS-2Q (Microprocessor based
controller)
• Connect the terminals with the corresponding terminals of the external control according to the connection chart.

potential-free relay outputs

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26

PE

+ -
TM04_0861_4208

current L1 N P E
input L1 N P E
servomotor mains

Fig. 4 Terminal connection chart Conex® DIS-2Q / servomotor with built-in electronics

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Servomotor without electronics (option)
• Connect the terminals with the corresponding terminals of an external control according to the connection chart.

potential-free relay outputs

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26

- + + -

close open

S2 2 N 1 S1 PE

L1 N P E
M mains

TM04_0860_4208
S 1~
IDM A E
(0 %) (100 %)
measuring amplifier feedback potentiometer servomotor

Fig. 5 Terminal connection chart Conex® DIS-2Q / servomotor without electronics

Vacuum meter with limit contacts (option)


• Connect the terminals of the plug with the corresponding terminals of an external evaluation device according to the
connection chart.
TM04_0813_0908

1 2 3
PE
Fig. 6 Connection chart vacuum of meter with limit contacts

Vacuum sensors (option)


• Connect the terminals of the plug with the corresponding terminals of an external evaluation device according to the
connection chart.

2
3 +
1 4-20 mA
-
TM04_0814_0908

+ -

24 V DC

Fig. 7 Connection chartof vacuum sensor

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Measuring transducer (option)
• Connect the terminals of the plug with the corresponding terminals of an external evaluation device according to the
connection chart.

2 1

+
4-20 mA

TM04_0815_0908
-

+ -

24 V DC

Fig. 8 Connection chart of measuring transducer

4.1.2 Measurement and Control Electronics Conex® DIA-2Q (option)


• see operation manual of Conex® DIA-2Q

4.1.3 Chlorine measuring cell (option)


• see operation manual of the chlorine measuring cell

4.1.4 Mounting the manual/automatic position remote indication at the rate valve
This indication shows e.g. in the switch room, if the optional servomotor is engaged and thus able to convert the
incoming signals.
• Loosen the cover of the adjustment knob with a big screwdriver; take off the adjustment knob.
• Put the magnetic bridge sensor (item 5.6) into the lower cavity of the gearbox bearing and fasten using the two
recessed head screws (item 5.7).
• Disassemble the adjustment knob by fully screwing out the clamping nut.
• Insert the adjustment knob tongs into the washer disc (item 5.5) in a way that the tongs collar is in the washer disc.
• Apply the washer disc to the adjustment knob enclosure so that the holding pin of the enclosure dips into the hole
of the washer disc.
• Slide the spring washer over the adjustment knob tongs and screw the clamping nut onto the tongs.
• Put the adjustment knob onto the gearbox spindle as far as it will go and tighten the clamping nut.
• Fit the cover of the adjustment knob again.

5.1

5.14

5.13
5.12
TM04_0859_0908

5.7

5.6
5.5

Fig. 9 Manual/automatic position indication

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4.1.5 Gas connections
Warning
Ensure that all container valves are closed before connecting!
Only use the intended gas lines!
• Connect line from vacuum regulator
• Connect line to injector

TM04_0816_0908

to injector from vacuum regulator

Fig. 10 Gas connections of gas dosing systen VGS

4.2 Checks before commissioning


Check tightness of the total plant before start-up
Warning
Check the tightness not until the total plant is ready for start-up.
Danger of gas leakage! (chlorine breakout)

4.2.1 Checking the gas solution lines and the diapgragm non-return of the injector
• Observe the manual of the injector!

4.2.2 Checking the tightness of the vacuum lines


Vacuum lines are all lines between vacuum regulator and injector.
• Close all container valves
• Close the rate valve
• Open the shut-off valve at the injection unit
• Open motive water valve
• Switch on the booster pump
• Open the rate valve
Floater shows gas flow or vacuummeter shows more than - 9 m w.c. => Leakage in vacuum line!
• Close rate valve
• Switch off booster pump
• Close motive water valve
• Close the shut-off valve at the injection unit
• Check the vacuum lines and the connection. If necessary,
• carefully re-tighten them.
• Check tightness again!
– Floater shows no gas flow, vacuummeter shows -9 m w.c. or less => Vacuum lines are tight.
More possible reasons for insufficient operating vacuum
• injector layed out too weakly or defective
Note
• injector obstructed
• booster pump layed out too weakly or defective

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4.2.3 Checking the tightness of pressure gas lines
Pressure gas lines are all lines from the gas containers to the vacuum regulator.
• If the plant is equipped with a nitrogen rinsing device: Check tightness roughly with nitrogen.
• Detailed checking with amonia.
Checking the tightness with nitrogen
• Close all container valves
• Open container connection valves and all shut-off valves up to the gas dosing system
• Open the connection valve of the nitrogen cylinder
• Slowly open the valve of the nitrogen cylinder, until the lines have a pressure of about 10 bar (read at the
manometer of the vacuum regulator).
Warning
Maximum nitrogen pressure 16 bar!
Danger of damages and gas leakage when being exceeded! (chlorine breakout)
• Apply soap water to all components under pressure
– Formation of bubbles and/or pressure drop at manometer: Leakage in pressure lines!
Depressurize the plant!
Eliminate leakage!
Check tightness again!
• No formation of bubbles, pressure at manometer does not drop significantly within one hour: Pressure lines are tight.
Checking the tightness with ammonia
• Open all container valves and container connection valves and quickly close them again
• Slowly pass the open ammonia bottle along pressure-gas leading parts
• Formation of white mist: Leakage in pressure lines!
Depressurize the plant!
Eliminate leakage!
Check tightness again!
TM04 0849 0908

Fig. 11 Formation of white mist


– No formation of white mist: Pressure lines are tight.
TM04 0697 0908

Fig. 12 No formation of white mist


Warning
Liquid ammonia must not come in contact with parts of the plant!
Danger of leakages by corrosion!
TM04 0698 0908

Fig. 13 Danger of leakages

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5. Maintenance
Rates for cleaning and maintenance
• at least every 12 months
• in case of malfunction
Warning
Do not open the components of the device!
Cleaning, maintenance and repair only by authorized personnel!

Warning
Switch off the whole plant before doing cleaning and maintenance work!
Danger of gas break-out!

Warning
Check the tightness before restarting!
Danger of gas break-out!

5.1 Possible faults


Fault Cause Correction

Despite constant operating Spring in differential pressure regulator is soiled Clean the spring
conditions the vacuum varies Spring in differential pressure regulator is damaged Replace the spring
Diaphragm in differential pressure regulator is
Despite constant operating Clean the diaphragm
soiled
conditions the dosing flow
varies Diaphragm in differential pressure regulator is
Replace the diaphragm
damaged
Leakage at the rate valve Bar gasket in the rate valve damaged Replace the bar gasket
Floater of the measuring tube
Measuring tube is soiled Clean the measuring tube
is not caught
Check injector, observe the manual of the
Insufficient injector vacuum
injector
Servomotor (option) does not reach the 100 % Adjust the potentiometer of the servomotor
-position resp. check the settings of the electronics
Leakage in vacuum line between differential Eliminate leakage (see "checking the
pressure regulator and injector tightness")
Desired dosing flow is not
Vacuum line between differential pressure Observe table "suggested line lengths and
reached
regulator and injector too long diameters"
Vacuum line between vacuum regulator and gas Observe table "suggested line lengths and
dosing system too long diameters"
Admission pressure at the vacuum regulator too If necessary, open gas supply or clean filter
low (observe manual of the vacuum regulator)
Regulating channel of the adjusting plunger soiled Clean the adjusting plunger
Despite correctly displayed
gas flow the desired gas Leakage in vacuum line between vacuum regulator Eliminate leakage (see "checking the
solution concentration cannot and gas dosing system tightness")
be reached
Servomotor does not run Servomotor is switched to manual operation Switch servomotor to automatic operation
Servomotor does not reach the Adjust servomotor resp. check settings of the
Servomotor resp. electronics adjusted wrongly
whole range desired electronics
Servomotor runs in wrong Adjust servomotor resp. check settings of the
Servomotor resp. electronics adjusted wrongly
direction electronics
The spring-loaded thrust pad has been displaced
The adjusting spindle (see and therefore cannot deliver enough preload to the Adjust the thrust pad.
figures in chapter 5.4) falls holding groove of the adjusting spindle.
from the ’’automatic’’ position Exchange the spring-loaded thrust pad
into the ’’manual’’position (96690346 or 50.1340); gently press on the
unintentionally The spring-loaded thrust pad is damaged.
ball. The adjusting spindle must be able to
move up and down.

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5.2 Switching off
• Set system to low dosing flow
• While the plant is still running: Close the container valves
• Let the plant run until the measuring tube shows no more gas flow
• Switch off the system
– Observe operation manual of the Gas Dosing System.

5.3 Disassembling and cleaning the measuring tube


5.3.1 Required tools and accessories
• Acetone

5.3.2 Procedure
• Screw down the measuring tube support (see fig. 27-29, item 1.2)
• Take out measuring tube (see fig. 27-29, item 1.5) with floater and stoppers
Remove measuring transducer (see fig. 27-29, item 1.9) (option)
• Clean measuring tube, floater and stoppers with acetone
• Replace O-rings
• Remount floater and stoppers to the measuring tube
Remount measuring transducer (option)
• Place measuring tube in the support
• Screw the support upwards
tighten by hand
Do not use any tools!
Caution
Measuring tube and plastic parts may get damaged.

5.4 Cleaning the rate valve


5.4.1 Required tools and accessories
• Allan key 5 mm
• Crosstip screwdriver
• Hot water (ca. 40 °C)
• Soft brush
• FKM grease

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5.4.2 Procedure
• Unscrew electrical actuator (option)
• Unscrew hexagon screws (see fig. 27-29, item 2.13)
• Take out gear bearing (see fig. 27-29, item 2.2) with gear rack (see fig. 27-29, item 2.3)
• Remove O-ring (see fig. 27-29, item 2.8)
• Unscrew adjusting plunger (see fig. 27-29, item 2.15) from gear rack (see fig. 27-29, item 2.3)
• Unscrew thread cap (see fig. 27-29, item 2.11)
• Remove bar gasket (see fig. 27-29, item 3.10) and O-ring (see fig. 27-29, item 2.9)
• Clean all parts with hot water, use brush if necessary
• Dry all parts well

Caution Danger of corrosion when mounting moist parts!


• Replace O-rings and bar gasket by new ones
• Remount all parts in reverse sequence
• In case the adjusting spindle has been dismantled: remount adjusting spindle and gear rack into the gearbox
bearing.
– slightly apply FKM grease to the gear rack
• Insert the gear rack (2.3) (gearing facing behind) entirely into the gearbox bearing (see fig. 27-29, item 2.2).
• Insert the adjusting spindle (stop pin facing behind) (see fig. 27-29, item 2.4) from the top into the gearbox bearing
as far as it will go.
• Turn the adjusting spindle through approx. 180 ° until the stop pin dips into the front guide groove of the gearbox
bearing.
• Slightly move the gear rack in short strokes and simultaneously put moderate pressure from above to the adjusting
spindle in order to make both parts gear. The gear rack should be about flush with the right wall of the gearbox
bearing.
Mount gear rack (see fig. 27 - 29, item 2.3) and adjusting spindle (see fig. 27 - 29, item 2.4) in the
Caution shown position.
Danger of damages!

2.4 0 +0,5 mm

2.3
TM04_0825_0908

Fig. 14 Clean the rate valve

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5.5 Differential pressure regulator
5.5.1 Differential pressure regulator for system VGS-141
Required tools and accessories
• Allan key 5 mm
• Screwdriver with wide blade
• Hot water (ca. 40°C)
• Soft brush
Procedure
• Remove line to injector
• Remove line to rate valve
• Remove compensation line
• Remove line to vacuummeter
• Loosen the two hexagon screws (see fig. 27-29, item 3.27) and take off the differential pressure regulator
• Remove cap (see fig. 27-29, item 3.23)
• Measure the distance between the surface of the regulating nozzle (see fig. 27-29, item 3.4) and the outer edge
and note the result
• Unscrew the connection piece (see fig. 27-29, item 3.3)
• Remove O-ring (see fig. 27-29, item 3.5)
• Take out regulating nozzle (see fig. 27-29, item 3.4)
• Remove O-rings (see fig. 27-29, item 3.5)
• Unscrew valve cover (see fig. 27-29, item 3.17)
• Remove O-ring (see fig. 27-29, item 3.18)
• Loosen the 8 hexagon screws (see fig. 27-29, item 3.19) and open the differential pressure regulator
• Take out diaphragm (see fig. 27-29, item 3.9) with upper section (3.6) and lower section (3.7) of the diaphragm disk
• Take out the spring (3.16)
Take out spacer (3.28) --> only for type VGS-141 with dosing flow 200 g/h or 500 g/h --> 96708777 (12.5157-302)

Caution Do not remove the suspension wire of the spring!


• Unscrew diaphragm disk
• Remove diaphragm (see fig. 27-29, item 3.9) and O-ring (3.8)
• Clean all parts with hot water, use brush if necessary
• Dry all parts well

Caution Danger of corrosion when mounting moist parts!


• Replace diaphragm and all O-rings by new ones
• Remount all parts in reverse sequence

Caution Observe fitting position of diaphragm and diaphragm disk!


• Set regulating nozzle (see fig. 27-29, item 3.4) with the screwdriver to the distance measured before
• Remount the differential pressure regulator
• Establish the connections

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5.5.2 Differential pressure regulator for system VGS 143 and VGS 145
Required tools and accessories
• Allan key 5 mm
• Special tool 967087 16 (12.5030-400)
• Hot water (ca. 40 °C)
• Soft brush
Procedure
• Remove line to injector
• Remove line to rate valve
• Remove compensation line
• Remove line to vacuummeter
• Loosen the 4 hexagon screws at the corners and take off the differential pressure regulator
• Unscrew the connection piece (see fig. 27-29, item 3.1 and 3.3)
• Remove O-rings (see fig. 27-29, item 3.5)
• Take out regulating nozzle see fig. 27-29, item 3.4)
• Remove O-ring (see fig. 27-29, item 3.5)
• Unscrew valve cover (see fig. 27-29, item 3.17)
• Remove O-ring (see fig. 27-29, item 3.18)
• Measure the distance between the nut (see fig. 27-29, item 3.14) and the outer edge and note the result
• Unscrew the nut (see fig. 27-29, item 3.14) with the special tool
• Take out the spring (see fig. 27-29, item 3.16)

Caution Do not remove the suspension wire of the spring!


• Unscrew the guide piece (see fig. 27-29, item3.15)
• Loosen the hexagon screws of the housing and open the differential pressure regulator
• Take out diaphragm (see fig. 27-29, item 3.9) with upper section (3.6) and lower section (3.7) of the diaphragm disk
• Unscrew diaphragm disk
• Remove diaphragm (see fig. 27-29, item 3.9) and O-ring (3.8)
• Clean all parts with hot water, use brush if necessary
• Dry all parts well

Caution Danger of corrosion when mounting moist parts!


• Replace diaphragm and all O-rings by new ones
• Remount all parts in reverse sequence

Caution Observe fitting position of diaphragm and diaphragm disk!


• Set the nut (see fig. 27-29, item 3.14) with the special tool to the distance measured before
• Remount the differential pressure regulator
• Establish the connections
Warning
Check the tightness before restarting (see chapter 4.2 ff)
Danger of gas breakout!

5.6 Adjusting the Servomotor (option)


Note The servomotor is already adjusted by works if ordered together with the system.
In case of repairs or exchange, it may be possible to readjust the servomotor.
Warning
The servomotor may only be adjusted by qualified personnel, as the mains power has to be
switched on.
Danger!
Do not touch bare wires or clamp screws!

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5.6.1 Servomotor without Electronics

31 +0,5 mm
+0,5
1 mm

TM04 0826 0908


min. max.
(ST1) (ST2)

Fig. 15 Adjust limit switch

• Take off the cover of the servomotor.


• With the connected controller, move the servomotor to 0% dosing flow (as indicated at the measuring tube).
The gear rack at the rate valve must jut out for at least 1 mm.

Caution In case of undershoot: The rate valve may get damaged!


• Adjust this position as zero point of the controller. Adjust lower limit switch (ST1, see figure 16) to this position of
the servomotor.
• Set the controller to 10 %.
• Check the dosing flow indicated at the measuring tube. If it is not 10 %:
Adjust the zero point again. Possibly the floater reaches the end stop at a dosing flow of more than 0 %.
• With the connected controller, move the servomotor to 100 % dosing flow (as indicated at the measuring tube). The
gear rack at the rate valve must jut out for maximum 31 mm.

Caution In case of exceeding: The rate valve may get damaged!


• Adjust upper limit switch (ST2, see figure 16) to this position of the servomotor.
• Remount the cover of the servomotor.

Potentiometer
display

ST2

ST1
TM04 0855 3708

Fig. 16 Servomotor with limit switch

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5.6.2 Servomotor with built-in Electronics

40% 60% 40% 60%

20% 80% 20% 80%

TM04 0765 0908


0% 100% 0% 100%

Y min Y max

Fig. 17 Potentiometer and dosing flow

Note For exact adjustment, a current source 4-20 mA is necessary


• Take off the cover of the servomotor.
• Connect the current source 4-20 mA to terminals 8 and 10 and set it to 4 mA. If no current source is present:
disconnect terminal 8.
• With the potentiometer Ymin, move the servomotor to 0 % dosing flow (as indicated at the measuring tube).
The gear rack at the rate valve must jut out for at least 1 mm.

Caution In case of undershoot: The rate valve may get damaged!


• Adjust lower limit switch (ST1) to a value just below Ymin.
• Set the current source to 5.6 mA (this corresponds to 10 %). This and the following step cannot be done without a
current source.
• Check the dosing flow indicated at the measuring tube. If it is not 10 %:
Adjust the zero point again. Possibly the floater reaches the end stop at a dosing flow of more than 0 %.
• Set the current source to 20 mA. If no current source is present: connect terminal 8 to terminal 6.
• With the potentiometer Ymax, move the servomotor to 100 % dosing flow (as indicated at the measuring tube).
The gear rack at the rate valve must jut out for maximum 31 mm.

31+0,5mm
1+0,5mm
TM04_0827_0908

min. Ymin Ymax max.


(ST1) ^ 4 mA
0% = ^ 20 mA
100% = (ST2)

Fig. 18 Rate valve with gear rack

Caution In case of exceeding: The rate valve may get damaged!


• Adjust upper limit switch (ST2) to a value just above Ymax.
• Remount the cover of the servomotor.

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5.6.3 Manual operation of the servomotor
If necessary, the servomotor can also be operated manually.
Warning
Danger!
Do not touch bare wires or clamp screws!
• Take off the cover of the servomotor.
• Set the switch to ’manual’.
• Put the servomotor manually into the desired position with an insulated wire jumper, which is temporarily plugged
into the terminals 16/17 or 17/18.
– By bridging of the contacts 16 and 17, the servomotor move to the position ’close’.
– By bridging of the contacts 17 and 18, the servomotor move to the position ’open’.
• Remount the cover of the servomotor.
(Automatic operation is set by setting the switch to ’automatic’.)
_ +
close open

16 17 18

16 17 18

AUTO
MAN
TM04_0857_0908

40% 60% 40% 60%

20% 80% 20% 80%

0% 100% 0% 100%

Ymin Ymax

Fig. 19 Manual operation of the servomotor


5.6.4 Remote indication of the slide switch position
• Remote indication of the manual/automatic slide switch position is possible if required. The tap is made with the
terminals 13,14 and 15.

13 AUTO
14 COM
15 MAN
TM04_0858_0908

40% 60% 40% 60%

20% 80% 20% 80%

0% 100% 0% 100%

Ymin Ymax

Fig. 20 Remote indication of the slide switch position

Note The terminals 13, 14 and 15 allow remote indication of the slide switch position for AUTO/MAN.

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6. Assembly drawings, spare part sets and spare parts
6.1 Gas Dosing System
6.1.1 Gas Dosing System VGS-141

A-A A B B-B

Netz-Zugang

Netz Stellmotor
5
12.17
Netz CONEX DOSIPOS

1,5
g/h
1200

1000

800

9.1
60 40

Cl 20°C 20.932 bar abs


600
6 4

80 8 20
2
400

-10
0
-100
100 mWC0
kPa
Kl.1,0

200

100
60

11.15
9.3

3
6.2.4
zum Injektor
to injector
vers hydro-ejecteur

TM04_0829_0908

A B (12.5112-000__-001)
Fig. 21 Assembly drawing Gas dosing system VGS-141

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6.1.2 Gas Dosing System VGS-143

A-A A B B-B

5
Netz-Zugang

Netz Stellmotor

kg/h #/day
1.5
1050

20 1000

9.1
800

15

60 40

6 4
600

0.932 bar abs ALLDOS


80 8 20
10 2

400 -10
0

G1.630 Cl 20°C
-100
mWC0

2
kPa
Kl.1,0
5

200

1 50

11.15 9.3

ACHTUNG Nicht öffnen!


Wartung nur durch autorisiertes
Personal

CAUTION Do not open!


Maintenance by authorised
service personnel only.

3
ATTENTION Ne pas ouvrir!
L entretien ne doit ètre effectuè
que par du personnel qualifiè.

zum Injektor
to injector
vers hydro-ejecteur

TM04 0830 0908


0

A B (12.5141-000__-001)
Fig. 22 Assembly drawing Gas dosing system VGS-143

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6.1.3 Gas Dosing System VGS-145

A-A A B B-B

1,5

9.1
0

11.15 9.3

TM04 0831 0908


A B (12.5149-000_001)

Fig. 23 Assembly drawing Gas dosing system VGS-145

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6.2 Measuring tube support
6.2.1 Measuring tube support VGS-141

200g/h, 500g/h, 1kg/h, 2kg/h, 4kg/h, 8kg/h, 10kg/h 2kg/h, 4kg/h, 8kg/h, 10kg/h

1.6* 1.8

1.5.4
1.7
1.5.3
1.6*
1.5.4

1.5.3

1.5**

1.9

1.5**

1.5.2
1.4*
1.5.2

1.4*

1.3

1.3

1.2
1.2
TM04 0832 0908

1.1*
1.1*

Fig. 24 Assembly drawing Measuring tube suport VGS-141

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6.2.2 Measuring tube support VGS-143

20kg/h, 40kg/h 1.6*


1.6*
1.5.4
1.5.4
1.5.3
1.5.3

1.9
1.5** 1.5**

1.5.2

1.5.2 1.4*

1.4*
1.3

1.3

1.2
TM04 0834 0908

1.2

1.1*
1.1*

Fig. 25 Assembly drawing Measuring tube suport VGS-143

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6.2.3 Measuring tube support VGS-145

70kg/h, 120kg/h, 200kg/h


1.6* 1.6*
1.54 1.54

1.53 1.53

1.9

1.5 1.5

1.52
1.52

1.4* 1.4*

1.3 1.3

1.2

TM04 0836 0908


1.2

1.1*
1.1*

Fig. 26 Assembly drawing Measuring tube suport VGS-145

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6.3 Rate valve
6.3.1 Rate valve Gas Dosing System VGS-141

2.3
200g/h, 500g/h, 1kg/h, 2kg/h, 4kg/h, 8kg/h, 10kg/h 2.7
2.4
2.26* 2.8*
2.10*
2.9*

2.11

2.15 2.5
2.13
2.12
2.19
2.20
2.2
2.19

2.6

2.1
2.22*
2.16*

TM04 0838 0908


2.17
2.12
2.12 2.14
2.21
Fig. 27 Assembly drawing Rate valve VGS-141

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6.3.2 Rate valve Gas Dosing System VGS-143

2.3
20kg/h, 40kg/h 2.4
2.7

2.8
2.9
2.10
2.11

2.15

2.13
2.19
2.5 2.12
2.20
2.2
2.19

2.6

2.16 2.1

2.17 2.12

TM04 0839 0908


2.14
2.12
2.18 2.21
Fig. 28 Assembly drawing Rate valve VGS-143

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6.3.3 Rate valve Gas Dosing System VGS-145

70kg/h, 120kg/h, 200kg/h 2.3


2.4
2.7
2.8*

2.10* 2.9*
2.11

2.15 2.5

2.12
2.19

2.20
2.2
2.19
2.6

2.18* 2.16* 2.1

TM04 0840 0908


2.17 2.12
2.12 2.14
2.21
Fig. 29 Assembly drawing Rate valve VGS-145

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6.4 Differential pressure regulator
6.4.1 Differential pressure regulator VGS-141

3.17
200g/h, 500g/h, 1kg/h, 2kg/h, 4kg/h, 8kg/h, 10kg/h 3.21 3.18*
3.11

3.10*

3.7 3.24
3.9*

3.8*
3.6
3.12

3.27
3.19
3.26
3.25

3.3
3.5*
3.5
3.4
3.23 3.28
3.22 3.2*
3.16*

TM04 0841 0908


3.24

Fig. 30 Assembly drawing Differential pressure regulator VGS-141

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6.4.2 Differential pressure regulator VGS-143

20kg/h, 40kg/h
3.19

3.21

3.1 3.3
3.2*
3.24

3.4
3.5*

3.21
3.11
3.20

3.12
3.20
3.19
3.6 3.23

3.8* 3.22

3.10* 3.13

3.18*

3.15
3.9*
3.16*
3.14
3.7 3.18
TM04 0842 0908

3.17

Fig. 31 Assembly drawing Differential pressure regulator VGS-143

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6.4.3 Differential pressure regulator VGS-145

70kg/h, 120kg/h, 200kg/h


3.19

3.21

3.1 3.3
3.2*
3.24

3.4

3.5

3.21 3.11
3.20

3.12
3.23
3.20

3.19

3.6

3.8* 3.22

3.13

3.10* 3.18

3.15

3.9* 3.16*
3.14
3.18*

3.7 3.17
TM04 0843 0908

Fig. 32 Assembly drawing Differential pressure regulator VGS-145

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6.5 Spare part sets and spare parts
Spare part sets are consisting of springs, diaphragm, gaskets of the rate valve and a set of o-rings. In the figures 24 to
32 the spare part sets are marked with an asterisk. We suggest to store some spare part sets to ensure fast replacing
of wearing parts (only by authorized personnel), if necessary.

6.5.1 Spare part sets

Type Dosing flow Order no.


VGS-141 10-200 g/h to 25-500 g/h Cl2 96729331 (553-1076.1)
VGS-141 50-1000 g/h to 500-10000 g/h Cl2 96688759 (553-1077.1)
VGS-143 1-20 kg/h to 2-40 kg/h Cl2 96688761 (553-1078.1)
VGS-145 3.5-70 kg/h to 10-200 kg/h Cl2 96688763 (553-1079.1)

6.6 Spare parts


You find the spare part positions in the assembly drawings of Gas Dosing Systems, see chapter 6.1, Gas dosing
systeme

6.6.1 Spare parts VGS-141

Pos. Dosing flow Order no. Item


96708712 (12.5022-421) Servomotor, 230V, 50/60HZ, potentiometer
95712326 (12.5022-422) Servomotor, 115V, 50/60HZ, potentiometer
5 0,2 - 10 kg/h
96680874 (12.5022-431) Servomotor, 230V, 50/60HZ, 4-20mA input
96708713 (12.5022-432) Servomotor, 115V, 50/60HZ, 4-20mA input
0,2 kg/h 96709011 (12.659-41)
0,5 kg/h 96709012 (12.659-42)
1 kg/h 96709016 (12.659-51)
2 kg/h 96709017 (12.659-52) Measuring tube (flowmeter), for sampling
4 kg/h 96681144 (12.659-46)
1.5 8 kg/h 96680919 (12.5117-413)
10 kg/h 96680922 (12.5118-401)
2 kg/h 96680918 (12.5117-411)
4 kg/h 96708758 (12.5117-412)
Measuring tube (flowmeter), for sampling
8 kg/h 96680919 (12.5117-413)
10 kg/h 96680922 (12.5118-401)
0,2 kg/h,
95712327 (12.5157-301)
0,5 kg/h
3 Differential pressure controller
1, 2, 4 kg/h 96680947 (12.5157-303)
8, 10 kg/h 95712328 (12.5157-305)
1.5 0,2 kg/h 96709011 (12.659-41) Measuring tube (flowmeter), for sampling
96680903 (12.5096) Vacuummeter, without contacts
9.1 0,2 - 10 kg/h
96680904 (12.5097) Vacuummeter, with contacts
0,2-4/10 kg/h 96679909 (10.8368-551) PE-SL4/6, lenght 550 mm
9.3
8 kg/h 96708107 (10.8368-851) PE-SL4/6, lenght 850 mm
11.15 0,2 - 10 kg/h 96708106 (10.8368-451) PE-SL4/6, length 450 mm
12.17 0,2 - 10 kg/h 96708989 (12.6445-600) PE-SL10/14, length 600 mm

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6.6.2 Spare parts VGS-143

Pos. Dosing flow Order no. Item


20 kg/h 96680923 (12.5118-403)
1.5 Measuring tube (flowmeter), for sampling/without sampling
40 kg/h 96680924 (12.5118-404)
20 kg/h 96708607 (12.4258-103)
3 Differential pressure controller
40 kg/h 96708606 (12.4258-101)
96708712 (12.5022-421) Servomotor, 230V, 50/60HZ, potentiometer
95712326 (12.5022-422) Servomotor, 115V, 50/60HZ, potentiometer
5 20/40 kg/h
96680874 (12.5022-431) Servomotor, 230V, 50/60HZ, 4-20mA input
96708713 (12.5022-432) Servomotor, 115V, 50/60HZ, 4-20mA input
96680903 (12.5096) vacuummeter, without contacts
9.1 20/40 kg/h
96680904 (12.5097) vacuummeter, with contacts
9.3 20/40 kg/h 96679909 (10.8368-551) PE-SL4/6, lenght 550mm
11.15 20/40 kg/h 96708106 (10.8368-451) PE-SL4/6, length 450mm

6.6.3 Spare parts VGS-145

Pos. Dosing flow Order no. Item


70 kg/h 96680944 (12.5154-401)
1.5 120 kg/h 96680945 (12.5154-402) Measuring tube (flowmeter), for sampling/without sampling
200 kg/h 96680946 (12.5154-403)
1.52 70/120/200 kg/h 96681013 (12.5334) Bottom limit (measuring tube)
70/120 kg/h 96680940 (12.5153-1)
1.53 Floater
200 kg/h 96708772 (12.5153-2)
70 kg/h 96708605 (12.4257-105)
3 120 kg/h 96708603 (12.4257-103) Differential pressure controller
200 kg/h 96708602 (12.4257-101)
1.54 70/120/200 kg/h 96708703 (12.5011-400) Top limit (measuring tube)
96708712 (12.5022-421) Servomotor, 230V, 50/60 HZ, potentiometer
95712326 (12.5022-422) Servomotor, 115V, 50/60 HZ, potentiometer
5 20/40 kg/h
96680874 (12.5022-431) Servomotor, 230V, 50/60 HZ, 4-20 mA input
96708713 (12.5022-432) Servomotor, 115V, 50/60 HZ, 4-20 mA input
96680903 (12.5096) vacuummeter, without contacts
9.1 70/120/200 kg/h
96680904 (12.5097) vacuummeter, with contacts
9.3 70/120/200 kg/h 96679909 (10.8368-551) PE-SL4/6, lenght 550 mm
11.15 70/120/200 kg/h 96708106 (10.8368-451) PE-SL4/6, length 450 mm

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Phone: +1-905 829 9533 Hungary Baranowo k. Poznania
United Arab Emirates
Telefax: +1-905 829 9512 GRUNDFOS Hungária Kft. PL-62-081 Przeźmierowo
GRUNDFOS Gulf Distribution
Park u. 8 Tel: (+48-61) 650 13 00
China P.O. Box 16768
H-2045 Törökbálint, Fax: (+48-61) 650 13 50
Grundfos Alldos Jebel Ali Free Zone
Phone: +36-23 511 110
Dosing & Disinfection Portugal Dubai
Telefax: +36-23 511 111
ALLDOS (Shanghai) Water Technology Co. Bombas GRUNDFOS Portugal, S.A. Phone: +971-4- 8815 166
Ltd. India Rua Calvet de Magalhães, 241 Telefax: +971-4-8815 136
West Unit, 1 Floor, No. 2 Building (T 4-2) GRUNDFOS Pumps India Private Limited Apartado 1079
United Kingdom
278 Jinhu Road, Jin Qiao Export Processing 118 Old Mahabalipuram Road P-2770-153 Paço de Arcos
Grundfos Alldos
Zone Thoraipakkam Tel.: +351-21-440 76 00
Dosing & Disinfection
Pudong New Area Chennai 600 096 Telefax: +351-21-440 76 90
ALLDOS Ltd.
Shanghai, 201206 Phone: +91-44 2496 6800
România 39 Gravelly Industrial Park, Tyburn Road
Phone: +86 21 5055 1012 Indonesia GRUNDFOS Pompe România SRL Birmingham B24 8TG
Telefax: +86 21 5032 0596 PT GRUNDFOS Pompa Bd. Biruintei, nr 103 Phone: +44-121-3283336
E-mail: alldos.cn@alldos.com Jl. Rawa Sumur III, Blok III / CC-1 Pantelimon county Ilfov Telefax: +44-121-3284332
China Kawasan Industri, Pulogadung Phone: +40 21 200 4100 E-mail: alldos.uk@alldos.com
GRUNDFOS Pumps (Shanghai) Co. Ltd. Jakarta 13930 Telefax: +40 21 200 4101
United Kingdom
22 Floor, Xin Hua Lian Building Phone: +62-21-460 6909 E-mail: romania@grundfos.ro
GRUNDFOS Pumps Ltd.
755-775 Huai Hai Rd, (M) Telefax: +62-21-460 6910 / 460 6901
Russia Grovebury Road
Shanghai 200020 Ireland ООО Грундфос Leighton Buzzard/Beds. LU7 8TL
PRC GRUNDFOS (Ireland) Ltd. Россия, 109544 Москва, ул. Школьная 39 Phone: +44-1525-850000
Phone: +86-512-67 61 11 80 Unit A, Merrywell Business Park Тел. (+7) 495 737 30 00, 564 88 00 Telefax: +44-1525-850011
Telefax: +86-512-67 61 81 67 Ballymount Road Lower Факс (+7) 495 737 75 36, 564 88 11
U.S.A.
Croatia Dublin 12 E-mail grundfos.moscow@grundfos.com
GRUNDFOS Pumps Corporation
GRUNDFOS CROATIA d.o.o. Phone: +353-1-4089 800
Serbia 17100 West 118th Terrace
Cebini 37, Buzin Telefax: +353-1-4089 830
GRUNDFOS Predstavništvo Beograd Olathe, Kansas 66061
HR-10010 Zagreb Italy Dr. Milutina Ivkovića 2a/29 Phone: +1-913-227-3400
Phone: +385 1 6595 400 GRUNDFOS Pompe Italia S.r.l. YU-11000 Beograd Telefax: +1-913-227-3500
Telefax: +385 1 6595 499 Via Gran Sasso 4 Phone: +381 11 26 47 877 / 11 26 47 496
www.grundfos.hr Usbekistan
I-20060 Truccazzano (Milano) Telefax: +381 11 26 48 340
Представительство ГРУНДФОС в
Czech Republic Tel.: +39-02-95838112
Singapore Ташкенте
GRUNDFOS s.r.o. Telefax: +39-02-95309290 / 95838461
GRUNDFOS (Singapore) Pte. Ltd. 700000 Ташкент ул.Усмана Носира 1-й
Čapkovského 21 Japan 24 Tuas West Road тупик 5
779 00 Olomouc GRUNDFOS Pumps K.K. Jurong Town Телефон: (3712) 55-68-15
Phone: +420-585-716 111 Gotanda Metalion Bldg. 5F, Singapore 638381 Факс: (3712) 53-36-35
Telefax: +420-585-716 299 5-21-15, Higashi-gotanda Phone: +65-6865 1222
Shiagawa-ku, Tokyo, Telefax: +65-6861 8402
141-0022 Japan
Phone: +81 35 448 1391
Telefax: +81 35 448 9619
Addresses revised 15.06.2009

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