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9.

0 RESOURCES
9.1 Training Videos
9.1.1 Test gauge calibration
9.1.2 1009 Duralife® calibration
9.1.3 Duragauge® calibration
9.1.4 Diaphragm seal filling

9.2 Pressure Instrument Testing Equipment


9.2.1 Type 1305D Deadweight Tester
9.2.2 Type 1327D Pressure Gauge Comparator
9.2.3 Type 1327CM “Precision” Gauge Comparator

9.3 Tools & Tool Kits


9.3.1 Type 2505 universal carrying case for 1082 test gauge
9.3.2 Type 266A132-01 span wrench for 1082 test gauge
9.3.3 Type 1280 conversion kit for 41⁄2˝ lower connect 1279/1379
9.3.4 Type 1283 conversion kit for 41⁄2˝ back connect 1279/1379
9.3.5 Type 1284 conversion kit for 6˝ lower & back connect
9.3.6 Type 1281 socket O-Ring kit for 1279/1379 lower connect
9.3.7 Type 1285 41⁄2˝ ring wrench for 1279/1379 lower & back connect
9.3.8 Type 1286 6˝ ring wrench for 1379 lower & back connect
9.3.9 Type 1287 cone tool for installing diaphragm & spring on 1279/1379 back connect
9.3.10 Type 1105T calibration tool kit (all gauges except 1009 Duralife®)
9.3.11 Type 3220 pointer puller (all gauges except 1009 Duralife®)
9.3.12 Type. 3530 pinion back-up tool for 1009 Duralife®
9.3.13 Type 1230 throttle plug insertion (1⁄4 NPT) for 1009 Duralife®
9.3.14 Type 1231 throttle plug insertion (1⁄2 NPT) for 1009 Duralife® (body only)
9.3.15 Type 1205T calibration hand tools for 1009 Duralife®
9.3.16 Type 1206T ring removal & assembly tools for 1009 Duralife®

9.4 Sales Bulletins


9.4.1 Pressure Instrument Testing Equipment – Bulletin TE-1
9.4.2 Type 1327CM Portable Precision Gauge Comparator – Bulletin TE-2
9.4.3 Test Gauges – Bulletin TG-2
9.4.4 Duragauge® Pressure Gauges – Bulletin DU-1
9.4.5 General Service Gauges – Bulletin IG-1
9.4.6 Type 1009 Duralife® Industrial Gauges – Bulletin SS-1
9.4.7 Type 1008 Metric Case Gauges – Bulletin SS-1
9.4.8 Duralife® Metric Process Gauges – Bulletin SS-1
9.4.9 Type 1032 Sanitary Pressure Gauges – Bulletin SG-2
9.4.10 Special Service Gauges – Bulletin IG-1
9.4.11 Diaphragm Seals – Bulletin DS-1

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Instrument Division Sales and
Customer Service Locations

U.S. Headquarters International Headquarters Japan


Dresser Japan Inc.
Stratford, Connecticut Stratford, Connecticut Room 318, Shin Tokyo Building
250 E. Main Street 250 E. Main Street 3-1 Marunouchi 3-Chome,
Stratford, CT 06614-5145 Stratford, CT 06614-5145 Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Tel: (203) 378-8281 Tel: (203) 378-8281 Tel: 813-3201-1501/1506
Fax: (203) 385-0499 Fax: (203) 385-0357 Fax: 813-3213-6567/6673

U.S. Sales Offices International Operations Korea


Dresser International S.A.
Chicago, Illinois Brazil Korea Office
400 W. Lake Street Dresser Industria e #2015 Kuk Dong Bldg.
Suite 318 Comercio Ltda. 60-1, 3-KA, Choongmu-Ro,
Roselle, IL 60172-3573 Divisao Manometros Willy Chungku, Seoul, Korea 100-705
Tel: (630) 980-9030 Rua Senador Tel: 82-2-2274-079-2/3
Fax: (630) 980-9440 Vergueiro No. 433 Fax: 82-2-2274-0794
09521-320 Sao Caetano do Sul
Stratford, Connecticut Sao Paulo, Brazil Mexico
250 East Main Street Tel: 55-11-453-5477 Dresser Instruments S.A. de, C.V.
Stratford, CT 06614-5145 Fax: 55-11-453-8710 Henry Ford No. 114,
Tel: (203) 385-0670 Esq. Foulton, Fracc
FAX: (203) 385-0756 Canada Industrial San Nicolas
Dresser Canada, Inc. 54030 Tlalneplantla edo
Houston, Texas 2135 Meadowpine Blvd. de Mexico 54030
3838 North Sam Houston Mississauga, Tel: 525-310-7217
Parkway East Ontario L5N 6L5 Fax: 525-310-2608
Suite 120 Canada
Houston, TX 77032 Tel: 905-826-8411 Saudi Arabia
Tel: (281) 590-1092 Fax: 905-826-9106 Dresser Al Rushaid
Fax: (281) 590-7100 (DARVICO)
China P.O. Box 10145
Los Angeles, California Dresser Trading Jubail Industrial City
3931 MacArthur Blvd. Room 2403, 24th Floor Saudi Arabia 31961
Suite 202 CITIC Bldg. Tel: 966-3-341-0278
Newport Beach, CA 92660 19 Jianguo Menwai St. Fax: 966-3-341-7624
Tel: (949) 852-8948 Beijing, P.R.C.
Fax: (949) 852-8971 Tel: 86-10-6500-3139 Singapore
Fax: 86-10-6512-0300 Dresser Singapore Pte Ltd.
Mobile, Alabama Instrument Operations
851 South Beltline Highway France Block 1004 Toa Payoh North
Suite 402, 4th Floor Dresser Europe GmbH #07-15/17
Mobile, AL 36606 Division Instrumentation Singapore 318995
Tel: (334) 473-1692 74, Rue d’ Arceuil Tel: 65-252-6602
Fax: (334) 473-1782 F-94578, Silic 265, Fax: 65-252-6603
France
Tel: 33-01-49-79-22-59 United Kingdom
Fax: 33-01-46-86-25-24 Dresser Europe GmbH
East Gillibrands,
Germany Skelmersdale,
Dresser Europe GmbH Lancashire WN8 9TU
Postfach 11 20 United Kingdom
Max-Planck-Str. 1 Tel: 44-16-95-52600
D-52499 Baesweiler Fax: 44-16-95-52693
Germany
Tel: 49-2401-8080 Venezuela
Fax: 49-2401-7027 Manufacturas Petroleras
Venezolanas S.A.
KM 7 Carretera A
El Mojan Calle 18,
#15B355 ZONA
Maracaibo Edo Zulia, Venezuela
Visit us on the web at: Tel: 58-61-579-762 or 070
www.dresserinstruments.com Fax: 58-61-579-461

All specifications are subject to change without notice. PART NO. 250-1353H
All sales subject to standard terms and conditions.
© Instrument Division, Dresser Equipment Group, Inc. 8/95 5M DPS 2P6/2000
a Halliburton company
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V-SERIES VALVES

V-SERIES
VALVES
Standard Standard Stainless Steel Handwheel Handwheel
with Screw with Flange with Screw with Screw with Flange
Connections Connections Connections Connections Connections

APPLICATION Widely used in a variety of applications, the “V”


series valves are ideally suited in hydraulic and
The Fulflo “V” Series range in size from 3/8” lubricating systems for load regulation and
through 2” and operate efficiently with liquids of system protection. Special trim or packings are
any viscosity at pressures from 2 to 1000 P.S.I. available for use with fire resisting fluids and
The “V” series valves are available in flange or other liquids of this type. Unusual applications
screw type...cartridge or handwheel in a choice and special requirements should be referred to
of brass, cast iron, steel and stainless steel. our engineering staff for recommendation.

INSTALLATION should be piped back to the tank. Care must be


taken to have the discharge well below the oil
Fulflo valves can be mounted in any position. A level in the tank to prevent air entrainment and
tee may be inserted in the pump discharge line erratic operation.
to mount the valve. The correct size of valve
should be installed, preferably matching the Only if the valve is used as safety or overload
pump discharge line. Screw the valve into the relief and operates infrequently may its
nipple in the tee, or in the case of the flange discharge be piped back into the pump suction
style, bolt the valve to the companion flange line. Frequent or continuous operation under
screwed into the nipple. When the valve is used these conditions will cause excessive heating of
for frequent bypassing of oil pressure, its outlet the oil and possible damage.

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V-SERIES
SETTING VALVES having a flow meter in the pump discharge line must
be available. With a valve adjusted for cracking
Valves may be set with a hydraulic hand pump for pressure as above, continue closing bypass until the
cracking pressure. If a test stand is available, valve required flow registers on the flow meter and observe
should be connected to the discharge header with the pressure. Readjust pressure, if necessary, to obtain
pump bypass open, and the bypass gradually closed desired pressure at desired flow.
until the desired pressure registers on the gauge.
Adjust valve adjusting screw until valve slightly bleeds
at the set bypass pressure and lock adjusting screw. MAINTENANCE
Fulflo valves are not designed to be positive shut-off, Fulflo valves provide reliable “chatter-free” operation
and will pass a minimal amount of leakage before the when the system is free of abrasives and foreign
V-SERIES
VALVES

set pressure. If a valve is required to bypass a given matter. Continuous filtration of the liquid used is
amount of fluid at a given pressure, a test stand strongly recommended.

TYPICAL DISASSEMBLY OF STANDARD TYPE VALVE

To dismantle valve for inspection or cleaning:


G 1. Remove cap “B”
2. Remove O-Ring “E”
3. Remove lock nut “F”
B
I 4. Remove adjusting screw “C”
5. Remove retainer “D”
E H 6. Remove spring “G”
7. Remove piston “I”
F 8. Remove stop ring “H” (Not Recommended)
A (Special tooling is required to install new stop ring.)

C Inspect valve bore and piston for wear and scoring.


Replace broken or damaged parts. Clean all parts
thoroughly and re-assemble by reversing the above
D procedure.

TYPICAL DISASSEMBLY OF HANDWHEEL TYPE VALVE


To dismantle the valve for inspection or cleaning:
1. Release spring tension by backing off handwheel as far as it
will go.
2. Remove lock nut “A” or set screw and take off handwheel “B”
3. Remove lock nut “D”
4. Unscrew and remove gland “E”
5. Unscrew and remove bonnet “F”
J 6. Remove O-Ring “H”
A
F 7. Remove adjusting screw “C” (turn clockwise and pull out from
B bottom of bonnet “F”)
D K 8. Remove O-ring packing “G”
9. Remove spring “J”
E H 10. Remove piston “K”
11. Remove stop ring “L” (Not Recommended)
G L (Special tooling is required to install new stop ring.)

Inspect valve bore and piston for wear or scoring. Replace broken
C or damaged parts. Clean all parts thoroughly and re-assemble by
reversing the above procedure.
I

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V-SERIES
ASSEMBLY NUMBER IDENTIFICATION CHART
Symbol No. Designation Code Description
1 Style None Standard Model
H Handwheel Model
2 Series V
3 Material J Cast iron
B Brass
S Steel
SS Stainless Steel (300 Series Stainless)
4 Connections None Screw Connections

V-SERIES
F Flange Connections 300# Flange Class Standard (250# Flange Class - Cast Iron Standard)

VALVES
5 Size -2 3/8”
-3 1/2”
-4 3/4”
-5 1”
-6 11/4”
-7 11/2”
-8 2”
6,7,8 ASA None 300# Flange Standard (no designation required)
Flange -150
Rating -600
9 Flange A Raised Face, Staggered Bolt Centers
Style B Smooth Face, Staggered Bolt Centers
150# & 600# C Raised Face, Bolts on Valve Centerline
Only D Smooth Face, Bolts on Valve Centerlne
10 O-Ring R Buna O-Ring Cap Seal (standard)
Material RV Viton O-Ring Cap Seal
RS Silicone O-Ring Cap Seal
RT Teflon O-Ring Cap Seal
RA Aflas O-Ring Cap Seal
EPR Ethylene Propylene
RN Neoprene
11 Options SP Steel Parts (used on cast iron only)
P Panel Mount on Handwheel Series
12 Piston /HS Hardened Steel
Material /SS 416 Stainless Steel
/3SS 303 Stainless Steel
13 Spring /AS
/US
/WS
/XS
/YS
/ZS
14 Setting Desired Pressure Setting

EXAMPLES:
VJ-5RVSP/HS/WS VJF-5R/HS/WS VJF-5-150AR/HS/WS
V J -5 RV SP /HS /WS V J F -5 R /HS /WS V J F -5 -150 A R /HS /WS
Series Cast Iron 1” Viton O-Ring Steel Parts H.S. Piston WS Spring Series Cast Iron Flanged 1” Buna O-Ring H.S. Piston WS Spring Series Cast Iron Flanged 1” Rating Style Buna O-Ring H.S. Piston WS Spring

NOTE: Stainless steel pistons are supplied on brass valves, unless hardened steel is specified. Hardened steel pistons are supplied on cast iron or steel unless stainless steel is
specified. Buna O-Rings are supplied as standard unless other material is specified.

STANDARD PRESSURE RANGE CHART


Valve Valve SPRING PRESSURE AND IDENTIFICATION NO.
Pipe Flange BLACK-AS RED-US GREEN-WS YELLOW-XS WHITE-YS BLUE-ZS PURPLE-TS BROWN-RS
Size Size
Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High
3/8” 3 15 7 35 30 100 60 175 150 350 300 500 400 600 550 750
1/2” 3 15 7 35 30 100 60 175 150 350 300 500 400 600 550 750
3/4” 3 15 7 35 30 100 60 175 150 350 300 500
1” 1” 3 15 7 35 30 100 60 175 150 350 300 500
11/4” 11/4” 3 15 7 35 30 100 60 175 150 350 300 500
11/2” 11/2” 3 15 7 35 30 100 60 175 150 350 300 500
2” 2” 3 15 7 35 30 100 60 175 150 350 250 600
+/-1-5 PSI ON ALL SPRING RANGES

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VJ VB Brass
V-SERIES VS
Cast Iron
Steel VSS Stainless Steel VJ-SP Cast Iron with Steel Parts

DIMENSIONS Valve
DIMENSIONS IN INCHES
Size AA BB CC DD
3/8” 5 /3211
1 /32
11
1 /32
11
13/8

J B 1/2” 63/16 111/16 17/16 17/16

C 3/4” 6 /1615
1 /16
15
1 /16
13
111/16
F 1” 87/32 29/32 29/32 21/16
11/4” 99/16 29/16 29/16 21/2
K E
D 11/2” 111/16 211/16 211/16 27/8

FULFLO
V-SERIES

AA REF.
G 2” 13 3 3 31/4
VALVES

CAP A
(GASKET SEAL) I PIPE SIZE

OUT

DD
REF
BB

H IN

CC
PIPE SIZE
DD
REF

PARTS LIST
SYM. NAME MODEL VALVE SIZE
3/8” 1/2” 3/4” 1” 11/4” 11/2” 2”
VJ, VJ-SP 200 300 400 500 600 700 800
VB 200-B 300-B 400-B 500-B 600-B 700-B 800-B
A BODY VS 200-S 300-S 400-S 500-S 600-S 700-S 800-S
VSS 200-SS 300-SS 400-SS 500-SS 600-SS 700-SS 800-SS
VJ, VJ-SP 201-SR 301-SR 401-R 501-R 601-R 701-R 801-R
CAP VB 201-BR 301-BR 401-BR 501-BR 601-BR 701-BR 801-BR
B (O-RING SEAL) VS 201-SR 301-SR 401-SR 501-SR 601-SR 701-SR 801-SR
VSS 201-SSR 301-SSR 401-SSR 501-SSR 601-SSR 701-SSR 801-SSR
VJ, VB 202-B 302-B 402-B 502-B 602-B 702-B 802-B
C ADJUSTING VS, VJ-SP 202-S 302-S 402-S 502-S 602-S 702-S 802-S
SCREW VSS 202-SS 302-SS 402-SS 502-SS 602-SS 702-SS 802-SS
VJ, VB 203-B 303-B 403-B 503-B 603-B 703-B 803-B
D RETAINER VS, VJ-SP 203-S 303-S 403-S 503-S 603-S 703-S 803-S
VSS 203-SS 303-SS 403-SS 503-SS 603-SS 703-SS 803-SS
VJ, VJ-SP, VB, VS 204-* 304-* 404-* 504-* 604-* 704-* 804-*
E O-RING ✝ VSS 204-RT 304-RT 404-RT 504-RT 604-RT 704-RT 804-RT
VJ, VJ-SP, VS, VB 205-S 305-S 405-S 505-S 605-S 705-S 805-S
F LOCK NUT VSS 205-SS 305-SS 405-SS 505-SS 605-SS 705-SS 805-SS
G SPRING ✝ ALL MODELS 207-** 307-** 407-** 507-** 607-** 707-** 807-**
VJ, VB 208-B 308-B 408-B 508-B 608-B 708-B 808-B
H STOP RING VS, VJ-SP 208-S 308-S 408-S 508-S 608-S 708-S 808-S
VSS 208-SS 308-SS 408-SS 508-SS 608-SS 708-SS 808-SS
HARDENED STEEL 206 306 406 506 606 706 806
I PISTON ✝ 416 STAINLESS STEEL 206-A 306-A 406-A 506-A 606-A 706-A 806-A
303 STAINLESS STEEL 206-SS 306-SS 406-SS 506-SS 606-SS 706-SS 806-SS
CAP VJ, VJ-SP 201-S 301-S 401 501 601 701 801
J VB 201-B 301-B 401-B 501-B 601-B 701-B 801-B
(GASKET SEAL)
VS 201-S 301-S 401-S 501-S 601-S 701-S 801-S
VJ, VB 204 304 404 504 604 704 804
K GASKET ✝ 204-S 304-S 404-S 504-S 604-S 704-S 804-S
VS, VJ-SP

* See o-ring selection chart


** See spring pressure chart
✝ Recommended spare parts

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VJF Cast Iron VSF Steel
V-SERIES VBF Brass VSSF Stainless Steel VJF-SP Cast Iron with Steel Parts

DIMENSIONS DIMENSIONS IN INCHES

Valve
Size AA BB
J B
C 1” 91/2” 31/2”
F
11/4” 1013/16” 33/4”
K E
11/2” 127/16” 41/16”
D
2” 149/16” 49/16”

V-SERIES
G

VALVES
Note: Dimensions reflect
CAP 150# and 300# only
A
(GASKET SEAL)
I

FOR 2” VALVE ONLY

PARTS LIST
SYM. NAME MODEL VALVE SIZE
1” 11/4” 11/2” 2”
VJF, VJF-SP 500-F 600-F 700-F 800-F
VBF 500-BF 600-BF 700-BF 800-BF
A BODY VSF 500-SF 600-SF 700-SF 800-SF
VSSF 500-SSF 600-SSF 700-SSF 800-SSF
VJF, VJF-SP 501-R 601-R 701-R 801-R
CAP VBF 501-BR 601-BR 701-BR 801-BR
B (O-RING SEAL) VSF 501-SR 601-SR 701-SR 801-SR
VSSF 501-SSR 601-SSR 701-SSR 801-SSR
VJF, VBF 502-B 602-B 702-B 802-B
C ADJUSTING VSF, VJF-SP 502-S 602-S 702-S 802-S
SCREW VSSF 502-SS 602-SS 702-SS 802-SS
VJF, VBF 503-B 603-B 703-B 803-B
D RETAINER VSF, VJF-SP 503-S 603-S 703-S 803-S
VSSF 503-SS 603-SS 703-SS 803-SS
VJF, VJF-SP 504* 604* 704* 804*
E O-RING ✝ VBF, VSF 504-* 604-* 704-* 804-*
VSSF 504-RT 604-RT 704-RT 804-RT
VJF, VJF-SP 505-S 605-S 705-S 805-S
F LOCK NUT VSF, VBF 505-S 605-S 705-S 805-S
VSSF 505-SS 605-SS 705-SS 805-SS
G SPRING ✝ ALL MODELS 507-** 607-** 707-** 807-**
VJF, VBF 508-B 608-B 708-B 808-B
H STOP RING VJF-SP, VSF 508-S 608-S 708-S 808-S
VSSF 508-SS 608-SS 708-SS 808-SS
HARDENED STEEL 506 606 706 806
I PISTON ✝ 416 STAINLESS STEEL 506-A 606-A 706-A 806-A
303 STAINLESS STEEL 506-SS 606-SS 706-SS 806-SS
VJF, VJF-SP 501 601 701 801
J CAP VBF 501-B 601-B 701-B 801-B
(GASKET SEAL)
VSF 501-S 601-S 701-S 801-S
VJF, VBF 504 604 704 804
K GASKET ✝ VJF-SP, VSF 504-S 604-S 704-S 804-S
* See o-ring selection chart
** See spring pressure chart
✝ Recommended spare parts

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HVJ Cast Iron HVS Steel HVJ-P Cast Iron HVS-P Steel
V-SERIES HVB BRASS HVSS Stainless Steel HVB-P Brass HVSS-P Stainless Steel

DIMENSIONS Valve
Size
DIMENSIONS IN INCHES

A AA BB CC DD EE
3/8” 8 /8
1
1 /32
11
1 /16
3
1 /8
3
7/8
B
C 1/2” 95/8 111/16 17/16 17/16 11/8
D
E 3/4” 9 /16
3
1 /16
15
1 /16
11
1 /16
13
13/8

F 1” 127/16 29/32 21/16 29/32 13/8

AA MAXIMUM REF.
G 11/4” 137/16 29/16 21/2 29/16 15/8
EE 11/2” 171/16 211/16 27/8 211/16 21/4
THD. DIA. H
V-SERIES

2” 17 /16
1
3 3 /8
3
3 21/4
VALVES

M I

FULFLO
J
K

F
PIPE SIZE

REF
OUT

CC
BB

L
PANEL MOUNT IN
PIPE SIZE DD
CC

REF.
PARTS LIST
SYM. NAME MODEL VALVE SIZE
3/8” 1/2” 3/4” 1” 11/4” 11/2” 2”
A LOCK NUT OR 1/4”-20 1/4”-20 205-S 205-S 1/4”-20 1/4”-20 1/4”-20
SET SCREW ALL MODELS
COMM. COMM. COMM. COMM. COMM.
B HANDWHEEL ALL MODELS 229 229 429 429 629 629 629
ADJUSTING HVJ(P), HVS(P) 222-S 322-S 422-S 522-S 622-S 722-S 822-S
C HVB(P) 222-B 322-B 422-B 522-B 622-B 722-B 822-B
SCREW HVSS(P) 222-SS 322-SS 422-SS 522-SS 622-SS 722-SS 822-SS
HVJ(P), HVS(P) 205-S 205-S 305-S 305-S 655-S 655-S 655-S
D LOCK NUT HVB(P) 205-S 205-S 305-S 305-S 655-S 655-S 655-S
HVSS(P) 205-SS 205-SS 305-SS 305-SS 655-SS 655-SS 655-SS
HVJ(P), HVS(P) 225-S 325-S 525-S 525-S 625-S 725-S 825-S
E GLAND HVB(P) 225-B 325-B 525-B 525-B 625-B 725-B 825-B
HVSS(P) 225-SS 325-SS 525-SS 525-SS 625-SS 725-SS 825-SS
HVJ, HVS 223-SR 323-SR 423-SR 523-SR 623-SR 723-SR 823-SR
HVB 223-BR 323-BR 423-BR 523-BR 623-BR 723-BR 823-BR
HVSS 223-SSR 323-SSR 423-SSR 523-SSR 623-SSR 723-SSR 823-SSR
F BONNET 228-SR 328-SR 428-SR 528-SR 628-SR 728-SR 828-SR
HVJ(P), HVS(P)
HVB(P) 228-BR 328-BR 428-BR 528-BR 628-BR 728-BR 828-BR
HVSS(P) 228-SSR 328-SSR 428-SSR 528-SSR 628-SSR 728-SSR 828-SSR
HVJ(P), HVS(P) 224* 224* 424* 424* 624* 624* 624*
G O-RING ✝ HVB(P) 224-* 224-* 424-* 424-* 624-* 624-* 624-*
HVSS(P) only 224-RT 224-RT 424-RT 424-RT 624-RT 624-RT 624-RT
HVJ(P), HVS(P) 204* 304* 404* 504* 604* 704* 804*
H O-RING ✝ HVB(P) 204-* 304-* 404-* 504-* 604-* 704-* 804-*
HVSS(P) only 204-RT 304-RT 404-RT 504-RT 604-RT 704-RT 804-RT
HVJ(P) 200 300 400 500 600 700 800
HVB(P) 200-B 300-B 400-B 500-B 600-B 700-B 800-B
I BODY HVS(P) 200-S 300-S 400-S 500-S 600-S 700-S 800-S
HVSS(P) 200-SS 300-SS 400-SS 500-SS 600-SS 700-SS 800-SS
J SPRING ✝ ALL MODELS 207-** 307-** 407-** 507-** 607-** 707-** 807-**
HARDENED STEEL 206 306 406 506 606 706 806
K PISTON ✝ 416 STAINLESS STEEL 206-A 306-A 406-A 506-A 606-A 706-A 806-A
303 STAINLESS STEEL 206-SS 306-SS 406-SS 506-SS 606-SS 706-SS 806-SS
HVJ(P), HVS(P) 208-S 308-S 408-S 508-S 608-S 708-S 808-S
L STOP RING HVB(P) 208-B 308-B 408-B 508-B 608-B 708-B 808-B
HVSS(P) 208-SS 308-SS 408-SS 508-SS 608-SS 708-SS 808-SS
HVJ(P), HVS(P), 505-S 605-S 705-S 705-S 805-S 745-S 745-S
M LOCK NUTS 505-S 605-S 705-S 705-S 805-S 745-S 745-S
HVB(P)
2 REQ’D HVSS(P) 505-SS 605-SS 705-SS 705-SS 805-SS 745-SS 745-SS
* See o-ring selection chart
** See spring pressure chart
✝ Recommended spare parts

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V-SERIES HVJF
HVBF
Cast Iron
Brass
HVSF Steel HVJF-P Cast Iron HVSF-P Steel
HVSSF Stainless Steel HVBF-P Brass HVSSF-P Stainless Steel

DIMENSIONS A DIMENSIONS IN INCHES

B Valve
Size AA BB EE
C
D 13 /16 31/2 13/8
11
1”
E
11/4” 1411/16 33/4 15/8
F
G 11/2” 187/16 41/16 21/4

AA MAXIMUM REF.
2” 185/8 49/16 21/4
H
EE Note: Dimensions reflect
THD. DIA. 150# and 300# only
I

V-SERIES
M J

VALVES
K 45˚

45˚
PIPE SIZE
F

L
PANEL MOUNT BB
PIPE SIZE

-------

-------

-------

-------
BB
FOR 2” VALVE ONLY

PARTS LIST
SYM. NAME MODEL DIMENSIONS IN INCHES
1” 11/4” 11/2” 2”
A LOCK NUT OR ALL MODELS 1/4”-20 1/4”-20 1/4”-20
SET SCREW 205-S COMM. COMM. COMM.
B HANDWHEEL ALL MODELS 429 629 629 629
HVJF(P) HVSF(P) 522-S 622-S 722-S 822-S
ADJUSTING HVBF(P) 522-B 622-B 722-B 822-B
C
SCREW HVSSF(P) 522-SS 622-SS 722-SS 822-SS
HVJF(P), HVSF(P) 305-S 655-S 655-S 655-S
D LOCK NUT HVBF(P) 305-S 655-S 655-S 655-S
HVSSF(P) only 305-SS 655-SS 655-SS 655-SS
HVJF(P), HVSF(P) 525-S 625-S 725-S 825-S
E GLAND HVBF(P) 525-B 625-B 725-B 825-B
HVSSF(P) 525-SS 625-SS 725-SS 825-SS
HVJF, HVSF 523-SR 623-SR 723-SR 823-SR
HVBF 523-BR 623-BR 723-BR 823-BR
HVSSF 523-SSR 623-SSR 723-SSR 823-SSR
F BONNET HVJF(P) 528-SR 628-SR 728-SR 828-SR
HVBF(P), HVSF(P) 528-BR 628-BR 728-BR 828-BR
HVSSF(P) 528-SSR 628-SSR 728-SSR 828-SSR
HVJF(P), HVSF(P) 424* 624* 624* 624*
G O-RING ✝ HVBF(P) 424-* 624-* 624-* 624-*
HVSSF(P) only 424-RT 624-RT 624-RT 624-RT
HVJF(P), HVSF(P) 504* 604* 704* 804*
H O-RING ✝ HVBF(P) 504-* 604-* 704-* 804-*
HVSSF(P) only 504-RT 604-RT 704-RT 804-RT
HVJF(P) 500-F 600-F 700-F 800-F
HVBF(P) 500-BF 600-BF 700-BF 800-BF
I BODY HVSF(P) 500-SF 600-SF 700-SF 800-SF
HVSSF(P) 500-SSF 600-SSF 700-SSF 800-SSF
J SPRING ✝ ALL MODELS 507-** 607-** 707-** 807-**
HARDENED STEEL 506 606 706 806
K PISTON ✝ 416 STAINLESS STEEL 506-A 606-A 706-A 806-A
303 STAINLESS STEEL 506-SS 606-SS 706-SS 806-SS
HVJF(P), HVSF(P) 508-S 608-S 708-S 808-S
L STOP RING HVBF(P) 508-B 608-B 708-B 808-B
HVSSF(P) 508-SS 608-SS 708-SS 808-SS
LOCK NUTS HVJF(P), HVSF(P), 705-S 805-S 745-S 745-S
M HVBF(P) 705-S 805-S 745-S 745-S
2 REQ’D HVSSF(P) 705-SS 805-SS 745-SS 745-SS
* See o-ring selection chart
** See spring pressure chart
✝ Recommended spare parts

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V-SERIES PERFORMANCE CHARTS

All valve tests 110˚F. to 120˚F. Oil Viscosity 150 S.S.U. at 100˚F.
(Charts good from 30 to 500 S.S.U.)
3/8” VALVE TESTS 1/2” VALVE TESTS

PRESSURE RANGE IN P.S.I. PRESSURE RANGE IN P.S.I.


207-AS = 3-15 307-AS = 3-15
207-US = 7-35 307-US = 7-35
207-WS = 30-100 307-WS = 30-100
207-XS = 60-175 307-XS = 60-175
207-YS = 150-350 307-YS = 150-350
V-SERIES

207-ZS = 300-500 307-ZS = 300-500


VALVES

207-TS = 400-600 307-TS = 400-600


207-RS = 600-750 25 307-RS = 600-750
10 20
15 Rated Capacity
Rated Capacity
5 G.P.M. 11 G.P.M.
5

GALLONS PER MINUTE


10
GALLONS PER MINUTE

XS XS
4 WS RS
3 RS
US TS 5 WS
2 AS ZS 4 US TS
3 AS ZS
YS
1 2 YS

.5 1
1 2 4 6 8 10 20 40 60 80 100 150 1 2 4 6 8 10 20 40 60 80 100 150
OVERPRESSURE IN P.S.I. OVERPRESSURE IN P.S.I.

3/4” VALVE TESTS 1” VALVE TESTS

PRESSURE RANGE IN P.S.I.


PRESSURE RANGE IN P.S.I. 507-AS = 3-15
407-AS = 3-15 507-US = 7-35
407-US = 7-35 507-WS = 30-100
407-WS = 30-100 507-XS = 60-175
40 407-XS = 60-175 507-YS = 150-350
407-YS = 150-350 507-ZS = 300-500
30 407-ZS = 300-500 60 507-R = 500-900
50
20
Rated Capacity 40
16 G.P.M. Rated Capacity
15 30 25 G.P.M.
WS ZS
GALLONS PER MINUTE

20 WS
GALLONS PER MINUTE

10 US ZS
YS US
AS YS
10 AS R
5 XS 8 XS
4 6
3
4
2

21 2 4 6 8 10 20 40 60 80 100 150
1
1 2 4 6 8 10 20 40 60 80 100 150 OVERPRESSURE IN P.S.I.
OVERPRESSURE IN P.S.I.

Overpressure - The pressure increase or accumulation above the set pressure when the valve is discharging flow.

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V-SERIES PERFORMANCE CHARTS

All valve tests 110˚F. to 120˚F. Oil Viscosity 150 S.S.U. at 100˚F.
(Charts good from 30 to 500 S.S.U.)

11/4” VALVE TESTS 11/2” VALVE TESTS

PRESSURE RANGE IN P.S.I.


607-AS = 3-15 PRESSURE RANGE IN P.S.I.
607-US = 7-35 707-AS = 3-15
607-WS = 30-100 707-US = 7-35
607-XS = 60-175 707-WS = 30-100
707-XS = 60-175

V-SERIES
607-YS = 150-350
707-YS = 150-350

VALVES
120 607-ZS = 300-500
607-R = 500-800 707-ZS = 300-500
100 200 707-R = 500-900
80 160
Rated Capacity
60 50 G.P.M. 120 Rated Capacity
80 G.P.M.
ZS
GALLONS PER MINUTE

40 WS 80

GALLONS PER MINUTE


YS R
US WS
20 40 YS
AS XS
16 US ZS
32
12
24 AS
R
8 16 XS

41 2 4 6 8 10 20 40 60 80 100 150 8
OVERPRESSURE IN P.S.I. 1 2 4 6 8 10 20 40 60 80 100 150
OVERPRESSURE IN P.S.I.

2” VALVE TESTS

PRESSURE RANGE IN P.S.I.


807-AS = 3-15
807-US = 7-35
807-WS = 30-100
807-XS = 60-175
807-YS = 150-350
807-ZS = 250-600

200 Rated Capacity


150 G.P.M.
150

100
GALLONS PER MINUTE

AS ZS
50
40
WS XS
30 US
YS
20

10
1 2 4 6 8 10 20 40 60 80 100 150
OVERPRESSURE IN P.S.I.

Overpressure - The pressure increase or accumulation above the set pressure when the valve is discharging flow.

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filtration products’

INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS


FOR
F7F DUPLEX FILTER ASSEMBLIES
Technical Data:
The F7F Duplex filter assembly is rated at 350 psig operating pressure with flows up to 100 gpm.

These filter assembles are designed so that change over and element replacement may be
accomplished while the system is operating.

Each filter assembly is equipped with a balance valve to equalize the pressure between the sides
prior to change over. Squeezing the diverter valve handle actuates the balance valve. A movable
lever in the handle actuates the balance valve via a piston in the diverter valve assembly. The
diverter valve assembly is also called a change over valve assembly.

Each side of the filter assembly also has a vent bleed screw (shown as bleed screw on the
illustration on page 3). Note: Later versions have the vent bleed screws located on the front face of
the filter assembly – one on each side of the diverter valve.

A handle is used to divert the fluid flow from one side to the other. A locking device in the handle
prevents it from accidentally being moved. The current design uses a plastic handle with a locking
device (a foot) that locks to the contour of the head. Prior to that configuration the locking foot
engaged a slot in a plastic running surface. The original design used an aluminum handle with a
locking pin that fitted into a drilled hole. The aluminum handles are not interchangeable with the
plastic handles due to internal design changes.
The lower end of the handle points toward the side that is not in service.
The top of the handle points toward the side that is in service.

Installation:
The filter assembly should be installed with the bowls pointing down. For proper operation the
indicator must be vertical (up). Sufficient clearance must be maintained so that the bleed valves can
be easily reached. There are four threaded mounting holes in the head – ½-13 x .625 deep. There
must be sufficient space under the filter assembly for bowl removal. A minimum of 4 ½” inches is
required with 8” being more desirable for ease of element removal. A fluid recovery pan should be
used when draining fluid from the unit via the drain plugs or the vent bleed screws.

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Operation and Element change out:


Prior to operation both sides should have an element installed and both sides should be filled with
fluid. The diverter valve handle should be locked so that only one side will be in service. If only one
side is filled with fluid you can follow the instructions in step #5 to fill the other side. When it
becomes necessary to change over follow the instructions given below.

1. Equalize the pressure between the two sides by squeezing the diverter valve handle and rotate the
handle until the locking foot is inline with the slot on the running surface (or off the side of the
contour of the head). Release the handle. The foot will lock into the slot to secure the change over
valve or will be held by the contour of the head.
1a. For previously designed units with the aluminum handle only – Equalize the pressure
between the two sides by squeezing the change over valve handle and pull the locking pin. Rotate
the handle until the locking pin is inline with the locking hole. Release the locking pin. It will drop
into the hole to secure the change over valve.

2. Prior to bleeding and draining the unit obtain a fluid recovery pan. All the operations here are on
the side out of service. Slowly open the vent bleed screw. After the pressure has been bled off,
remove the drain plug from the bowl and drain the fluid into the recovery pan.

3. Remove the bowl and element. Discard the old element. Install a new element and replace the
bowl. Replace and tighten the drain plug.

4. Close the vent bleed screw, but do not tighten.

5. Being careful not to turn the diverter valve, squeeze the handle. This will allow fluid to flow from
the side in service into the side out of service. Open the vent bleed screw sufficiently to allow the
air to bleed out. When a clear stream of fluid comes out of the vent bleed screw release the handle.
The foot should be in the locking slot (or off the contour of the head). Tighten the vent bleed screw.
Squeeze the handle again to pressurize the side out of service so that you can check for leaks.

The unit is now ready for the next change over.

If you have questions, please contact Technical Service @ PTI Technologies.


Fax 805/604-3917 Phone 800/331-2701 Ext 3975 or 805/604-3975.
Email fluidpower@ptitechnologies.com Web Site http://www.ptitechnologies.com

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Service Instruction No. 22
Rev. 2 10/03

INSTALLATION AND SERVICE

INSTRUCTIONS

C SERIES PUMPS

Tuthill Pump Group


12500 South Pulaski Road Alsip, Illinois
USA 60803

P: 708.389.2500
F: 708.388.0869

Email: tutpump@tuthill.com

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General Description

Model AC
Model AC pumps are available in six sizes, ranging in capacity from 2 to 84 gpm with
differential pressures to 100 psi. The maximum discharge pressure capability is 125 psi.
They have an integrally cast mounting foot and are supplied in four different mounting
styles. This pump is suitable for driving at direct motor speeds and will pump equally well
in either direction of rotation (unless supplied with an internal relief valve). It is equipped
with a sleeve bushing, aluminum packing and an adjustable packing gland.

Model C1G
Model C1G is similar to model AC except that it is equipped with spring loaded V type
leather packing. Model C1G pumps have the packing chamber vented to the suction side
of the pumping zone. Therefore, the pump must operate in the direction for which it is
assembled. Model C1G is available in six sizes, ranging in capacity from 2 to 84 gpm with
differential pressures to 100 psi. The maximum discharge pressure capability is 125 psi.
Like the model AC, these pumps are available in four different mounting styles.

Models C1E, C1EN, CIF and C1FA


Model C1E and C1F pumps are sleeve bushing lip seal units designed for direct drive
service. Model C1E has an integral foot mount. Model C1F is a flange mount pump. Model
C1FA pumps are similar to model C1F but are supplied without a seal. Model C1EN
pumps are sleeve and ball bearing units with a lip seal and integral mounting foot
designed for indirect (belt, chain, gear) drive.
The seal chamber on these pumps is vented to the suction side of the pumping zone.
Therefore, the pump must operate in the direction for which it is assembled.
All models are available in five sizes, ranging in capacity from 6 to 84 gpm with differential
pressures to 100 psi. The maximum discharge pressure capability is 100 psi.

Model C1B
Model C1B is a flange mount pump with two sleeve type bushings and a mechanical seal.
It is bi-rotational, unless equipped with an internal relief valve. This pump is available in
five sizes, with capacities from 6 to 84 gpm and differential pressures to 150 psi. The
maximum discharge pressure capability is 300 psi. A mounting foot is optional.

Model CKIB

Model CK1B pumps are equipped with a mechanical seal and incorporate heavy-duty
features, including special double bearing construction with an inboard double ball bearing
and an outboard roller bearing. This pump is available in five sizes, with capacities from 6
to 84 gpm and differential pressures to 250 psi. The maximum discharge pressure
capability is 300 psi. A mounting foot is optional.
The seal chamber is vented to the suction side. Therefore, the pump must operate in the
direction for which it is assembled.
Model CC
Model CC pumps are designed to mount directly to NEMA 56 143 TC or 145 TC C Face
motors, with modifications available for mounting to metric C motors. They are equipped
with a mechanical seal and will pump equally well in either direction of rotation (unless
equipped with an internal relief valve).
These pumps are available in four sizes, with capacities from 6 to 30 gpm and can handle
inlet pressures to 25 psi and differential pressures to 100 psi.

The Pumping Principle

Tuthill C Series cast iron pumps employ the internal


gear pumping principle. There are only two moving
parts. Pumping action is based on a rotor, idler gear
and crescent-shaped partition cast integral with the
cover.
Power applied to the rotor is transmitted to the idler
gear with which it meshes. The space between the
outside diameter of the idler and the inside diameter
of the rotor is sealed by the crescent.
As the pump starts, the teeth come out of mesh,
increasing the volume. This creates a partial
vacuum, drawing the liquid into the pump through
the suction port.
The liquid fills the spaces between the teeth of the
idler and the rotor and is carried past the crescent
partition through the pressure side of the pump.
When the teeth mesh on the pressure side, the
liquid is forced from the spaces and out through the
discharge port.

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WARNING!

Failure to follow these instructions could result in serious bodily injury or death.
These pumps should not be used for handling plain water, corrosive or abrasive
liquids or liquids not possessing adequate lubricity.
Do not attempt to work on any Tuthill pump installation before completing the
steps below. Disconnect the drive so that it cannot be started while work is
being performed.
Review the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) applicable to the liquid being
pumped to determine its characteristics and the precautions necessary to ensure
safe handling.

Vent all pressure within the pump through the suction or discharge lines.
All Tuthill pumps contain residual 200 SSU lube oil from the factory production test.

Determine if this is compatible with the fluid you are pumping. If the fluid is
incompatible, consult the factory.

Most Tuthill C Series pumps are required to develop 25" mercury vacuum at 0 psi on
factory test. While these pumps will develop as high as 27" of vacuum, it is a sound
engineering practice to avoid extreme vacuum whenever possible. Select a pipe size to
reduce line friction loss to a minimum.
The pump should be located as close to the source of supply as conditions permit and if
possible, below the level of the liquid in the reservoir. When necessary to locate the
pump in a pit, provisions should be made to safeguard against flooding. Care must be
taken to properly support the suction and discharge piping so that no strain is put on the
pump due to either weight or expansion. Piping strain can result in misalignment, hot
bearings, worn couplings, and vibration. It is important that the piping used be clean and
free of chips and scales.

Proper Installation

Unsatisfactory pump installations are usually characterized by poor suction conditions for
the specific liquid being handled. Suction conditions should be minimized to prevent
vaporization of the liquid. If vacuum conditions force the liquid to vaporize, cavitation will
occur, resulting in loss of capacity, premature wear and noisy operation.

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When handling high viscosity liquids, the speed of the pump must be reduced and the
size of the lines increased to prevent cavitation.
Note: Pipeline friction increases at a rapid rate with an increase in viscosity. For a given
pump and motor, larger pipelines are necessary to maintain the same pump pressure
when changing from a thin fluid to a thick one.
Most Tuthill C Series pumps are supplied with both ports on the same plane. Pumps with
this type of porting arrangement should always be installed with the ports facing upward
to insure proper priming. If it is necessary to install the pump with the ports pointing to
either side, it is recommended that the top port be the suction port. This will prevent
gravity-induced drainage of fluid through the suction port. When pipes are installed, an
inverted "U" bend should be incorporated into the suction line close to the pump for
priming purposes.

Viewing the pump from the shaft end, the inlet port is on the right for clockwise rotation
and on the left for counter-clockwise rotation. On pumps with built in relief valves, the
adjusting screw of the valve must always be located on the suction side of the pump.

Pumps should be filled with oil at installation and should never be allowed to run dry.
Every pump installation should have a good foundation. Its structure should be
sufficiently strong to hold the pump rigid and to absorb any strain or shock that may be
encountered. The installation should be leveled, checked for proper piping alignment,
and then fastened securely.

Method of Drive

Direct drive through a traditional flexible coupling is recommended. (CC pumps are direct
driven by the motor shaft as an integral part of the pump.) However, do not expect the
flexible coupling to compensate for misalignment. Contact the coupling manufacturer to
determine the maximum amount of misalignment to which the coupling can be subjected.
Model AC, C1B and CC pumps can be driven in either direction of rotation, unless
outfitted with an internal relief valve. All other C Series pumps are directional. Rotation
must be specified at the time of order. The seal chamber communicates with the neutral
zone and therefore the seal/packing is subjected to approximately one half of the
discharge pressure.
All pump and motor units must be properly aligned during assembly and periodically
checked since misalignment may occur later due to abuse or other conditions. Pipe
strain can force the pump and motor shafts out of alignment. Therefore, all piping to the
pump must be properly supported. Do not allow the pump to act as a pipe support.
Provide for proper expansion of pipes when handling hot liquids. Allow pump to reach
operating temperature slowly. Rapid temperature change can result in damage to the
cast iron components.

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Never align a pump and motor supplied with a pin type coupling without first removing
the pins. Never depend upon sight or feel. Use proper gauges when aligning the pump.
Never operate the pump without all guards in place.

Relief Valve Protection

All C Series models are positive displacement pumps. As the pump rotates, liquid is
positively delivered to the discharge side of the pump. If the discharge line is closed off,
pressure will increase until the drive stalls and/or fails, the pump breaks or ruptures, or
the piping bursts. To prevent this from happening, the use of a pressure relief valve is
required. A relief valve that directs the flow back to the supply tank is recommended.
The internal relief valve available on C Series pumps is designed for overpressure
protection only. It is not intended as a flow control device or for any similar use.
Continuous operation of the relief valve will result in excessive heat buildup within the
pump cavity that could cause serious internal damage. Make certain the adjusting screw
of the relief valve is located on the suction side of the pump.
Unless otherwise specified at the time of order, all C Series pumps with an internal relief
valve (except CC models) are supplied with the standard spring, with a range of 30-225
psi (10 - 200 psi in size 2 pumps), set to provide full bypass relief at 90 psi. The standard
spring in CC model pumps has a range of 0 -110 psi, set to provide full bypass relief at
100 psi.
To adjust the relief setting within the range of a given spring's capability:

• Remove the cap nut (model CC pumps only).


• With a small wrench, hold the adjusting screw steady.
• With a second wrench, loosen the locking nut by rotating counterclockwise.
• Throttle the outlet line until the differential pressure at the pump port reaches the
desired level.
• If the pressure fails to reach this level with the throttling valve closed, turn the
adjusting screw inward (clockwise) until the desired pressure is reached.
(Adjusting clockwise raises the pressure setting.)
• If the pressure reaches the desired level before the throttling valve is completely
closed, turn the adjusting screw outward (counterclockwise) until the desired
pressure is reached. (Adjusting counterclockwise lowers the pressure setting.)
• Retighten the nut to lock the setting in place.
• Replace the cap nut (model CC pumps only).
• Recheck the pressure gauge reading.
If an internal relief valve has not been supplied with the pump some other means of
protection must be utilized. These include in-line safety relief valves, pressure shutdown
switches or other similar devices.

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Strainer Protection

Strainers are used to remove contaminated particles from the fluid system and extend
pump life. Every pump should be protected from these particles by a strainer in the
suction line.
Strainer size and mesh of screen are determined by the rate of flow and viscosity of the
fluid. Consult the strainer manufacturer for recommendations.
Never use a strainer with a built-in automatic by-pass on the suction line set to open
under 30" Hg. vacuum.
Install the strainer according to the designated direction of flow, locating it so that it is
accessible for servicing. Use a duplex type strainer when shutdown during service is not
possible.

Provide a vacuum gauge in the suction line for determining when the strainer requires
cleaning. Make certain strainer baskets are properly reinforced so as not to collapse
under 30" Hg. vacuum.

WARNING!
All Tuthill pumps contain residual 200 SSU lube oil from the factory test. Determine if this is
compatible with the fluid you are pumping. If the fluid is incompatible, consult the factory.
If the pump is to operate at elevated temperatures, it should be brought up to operating
temperature gradually. Rapid or sudden introduction of liquid at an elevated temperature
into the cold liquid chamber of the pump could cause damage to the seal or other internal
parts.
Do not run the pump dry. This could cause severe damage to the seal, bushings and/or
metal parts.

Startup

Prior to starting the pump double check the following:

• Pressure and vacuum gauges should be installed as close as possible to the


pump.
• Rotate pump shaft to ensure it turns freely without binding.
• Recheck alignment and ensure all guards are in place.
• Make sure piping is independently supported and no strain is being transmitted to
the pump.
• Make sure the safety relief valve is installed correctly.
• Check pump rotation.
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• Open suction and discharge gate valves.
• Check for any leaks once gate valves are open. After completing these checks
the pump can be started.

CAUTION!
The pump should not be run dry. If after approximately 60 seconds there is no discharge of
liquid, stop the pump and investigate the possible cause.
Failure to comply with this could cause severe damage to internal seals, bushings and/or
metal parts.

Pump Performance Data

Size Capacity (gpm) Size Capacity (gpm)


1C 3
2C CC009 9
8
3C 17 CC015 15
4C 36 CC020 20
5C 61 CC030 30
6C 84

Based on pumping a fluid of 200


SSU viscosity at 50 psi and 1750
rpm. Based on pumping a fluid of 100
SSU viscosity at 50 psi and 1750
rpm.

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WARNING!

Failure to follow these instructions could result in serious bodily injury or death.

Do not attempt to work on any Tuthill pump installation before completing the steps below.

Disconnect the drive so that it cannot be started while work is being performed.
Review the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) applicable to the liquid being pumped to
determine its characteristics and the precautions necessary to ensure safe handling.

Vent all pressure within the pump through the suction or discharge lines.
All Tuthill pumps contain residual 200 SSU lube oil from the factory production test. Determine
if this is compatible with the fluid you are pumping. If the fluid is incompatible, consult the
factory.

Service - Specific Models

Model AC

Lubrication
Model AC pumps are provided with a grease cup or grease gun fitting at the outer
bearing which also lubricates the packing. A good grade of medium cup grease, such as
Fiske Bros. Lubriplate #907, should be used. Apply until visible at the outer end of the
packing gland. If the pump is overheating, it may be due to lack of lubricant. Add
lubricant as needed or at least every 60 days or 500 hours of operation.

Repacking
• Grip the pump firmly across the ports and opposite side of the housing in a vise
with the shaft end up.
• Remove the lock wire and packing gland screws.
• Inspect the shaft at the flat and keyway area. Any burrs will interfere with
removal of the packing gland. Use a small, fine file if necessary.
• Slide the packing gland off the shaft.
• Remove the old packing from the bracket.
• Inspect the shaft. If the shaft is too badly worn or scored at the packing area,
the rotor must be replaced.

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Position the new packing over the shaft and slide into the bracket.

Install the packing gland and the screws. Take care when tightening up the
packing gland screws so as not to cause undue pressure in the stuffing box.
Pull up firmly on the packing gland screws, back off to finger tight and lock the
screws in place with the lock wire.
Aluminum packing is the standard in models 1AC through 6AC.Following is a table of packing
sizes:

Size ID OD Length

1 1/2" 55/64" 5/8"


2 5/8" 59/64" 3/4"
3&4 3/4" 1 1/8" 3/4"
5&6 1" 1 1/2" 1 1/2"

Changing Rotation
Model AC pumps in sizes 1 through 6 are bi-directional and will work equally well in
either direction of rotation with no modification.
If outfitted with an internal relief valve (model ACV), these pumps become rotational.
Rotation cannot be changed in the field unless the cover/valve assembly is replaced.
To change the location of the suction port on pumps supplied with Tuthill's unique
automatic reversing feature (model RAC):

• Remove the cover screws.


• Rotate the cover 180° so that the boss on the cover points to the new suction (inlet)
port.
• Align the mounting holes and reinstall the cover screws.

Model C1G

Lubrication
Model C1G pumps are provided with a grease cup or grease gun fitting at the outer
bearing which also lubricates the packing. A good grade of medium cup grease, such
as Fiske Bros. Lubriplate #907, should be used. Apply until visible at the outer end of
the packing gland. If the pump is overheating, it may be due to lack of lubricant. Add
lubricant as needed or at least every 60 days or 500 hours of operation.

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Repacking
• Grip the pump firmly across the ports and opposite side of the housing in a
vise with the shaft end up.
• Inspect the shaft at the flat and keyway area. Any burrs will interfere with
removal of the packing gland. Use a small, fine file if necessary.
• Remove the two packing gland screws at the shaft end and slide the packing
gland assembly off the shaft.
• Remove the old packing, packing retainer and spring.
• Inspect the shaft. If badly scored, the rotor must be replaced.
• Clean the packing chamber thoroughly. Carefully remove any sharp ridges
from the shaft end. This will eliminate possible damage to the lips of the
packing and ease installation.
• Replace the spring and packing retainer. Be certain that the spring is properly
located on the packing retainer and that the beveled surface of the packing
retainer is facing the shaft end of the pump.
• Install the V type packing rings. Rings should be installed separately and not in
sets. Three rings are required per pump. Exercise care when sliding the rings
into place so that the lips of the packing rings are stacked in line and
positioned on the beveled surface of the packing retainer ring.
• Replace the packing gland assembly and fasten it securely to the bracket
assembly with the packing gland screws. The tension of the spring is such that
normal wear on the packing is taken up automatically.

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Changing Rotation
Looking at the pump from the shaft end with the ports up, locate the short vent plug
(painted red). This is the suction (inlet) side of the pump. If on the right, rotation is
clockwise; if on the left, counterclockwise. On the opposite side is a long vent plug.
Remove both plugs and
interchange locations.
Location of short vent plug
for clockwise rotation.

Location of short vent


plug for counterclockwise
rotation.

If outfitted with an internal relief valve (model C1GV), the rotation cannot be changed in
the field unless the cover/valve assembly is also replaced.
To change the location of the suction port on pumps supplied with Tuthill's unique
automatic reversing feature (model RC1G), the following must be done in addition to the
steps above:

• Remove the cover screws.


• Rotate the cover 180° so that the boss on the cover points to the new suction
(inlet) port.
• Align the mounting holes and reinstall the cover screws.

Models C1E, C1EN, CIF and C1FA

Seal Replacement - Models C1E, C1EN and C1F


• Grip the pump firmly across the ports and opposite side of the housing in a vise
with the shaft end up.
• For model C1EN only: Note the location of the red vent plug. This is the suction
(inlet) side of the pump. Loosen the setscrew on the collar of the outboard ball
bearing. While holding the pump shaft steady, turn the collar away from the red
vent plug to loosen it. Remove the collar from the shaft.
• Remove the three screws and slide the seal housing cap assembly off the shaft.
• Pry the seal from the housing cap and clean out the seal cavity with a cloth.
Press the new seal into the housing cap with the lip spring side facing the
mounting face.
• Inspect the shaft. If badly scored at the seal area, the rotor must be replaced.
Carefully remove any sharp edges from the shaft and polish with crocus cloth or
very fine sandpaper. This will eliminate possible damage to the seal lip and ease
installation.
• Install new gasket into bracket if necessary.

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• Apply a dab of petroleum jelly to the seal lip and install it over the shaft. (If the
seal is EPR, apply a silicon-based lubricant). The seal lip must retain its position
on the shaft. Work the housing cap assembly up and down the shaft to make
certain the seal lip slides freely.
• Align the holes in the housing cap with the holes in the bracket and reinstall the
three screws.

Changing Rotation - Models C1E and C1EN


Looking at the pump from the shaft end with the ports up, locate the short vent plug
(painted red). This is the suction (inlet) side of the pump. If on the right side, rotation is
clockwise; if on the left, counterclockwise. Behind this short vent plug is a small flow plug.
• Remove both the long and short vent plugs as well as the small flow plug (with a hex
wrench).
• Interchange the locations of the short vent plug and flow plug with the long vent plug.

Gaskets

LONG VENT PLUG

Model C1 E, C1 EN
If outfitted with an internal relief valve (models C1EV and C1ENV), the rotation cannot be
changed in the field unless the cover/valve assembly is also replaced.
To change the location of the suction port on pumps supplied with Tuthill's unique
automatic reversing feature (models RC1E and RC1EN), the following must be done in
addition to the steps above:

• Remove the cover screws.


• Rotate the cover 180° so that the boss on the cover points to the new suction
(inlet) port.
• Align the mounting holes and reinstall the cover screws.

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Changing Rotation - Models C1F and C1FA
Looking at the pump from the shaft end with the ports up, note the location of the V notch
in the bracket. If at the top (12 o'clock), rotation is clockwise; if at the bottom (6 o'clock),
counterclockwise.

• Remove the cover screws so that the bracket moves freely.


• Rotate the bracket 180°.
• Align the mounting holes and reinstall the cover screws.

V Notch

Model C1F, C1FA

If outfitted with an internal relief valve (models C1FV and C1FAV), the rotation cannot be
changed in the field unless the cover/valve assembly is also replaced

To change the location of the suction port on pumps supplied with Tuthill’s unique
reversing feature (models RC1F and RC1FA), the following must be done in addition to
the above steps:

• When rotating the bracket, also rotate the cover 180°.

Model C1B

Seal Replacement
• Grip the pump firmly across the ports and opposite side of the housing in a vise
with the shaft end up.
• Remove any burrs or nicks on the shaft. Use a small, fine file if needed.
• Remove the bearing cap screws.
• Slide the bearing cap off the shaft.
• Remove the stationary seat of the seal from the bearing cap.
• Slide the seal cartridge off the shaft.
• Polish the pump shaft with crocus cloth or very fine sandpaper and clean the seal
chamber thoroughly with a clean cloth. This will prevent damage to the new seal
and ease installation.
• Place the new seal cartridge on the shaft and slide into place.

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• Install the new stationary seat into the bearing cap.
• Place the bearing cap on the shaft and slide into place.
• Align the mounting holes and reinstall the bearing cap screws

Changing Rotation

Model C1B pumps manufactured after 1996 are bi-directional and will work equally well in
either direction of rotation with no modification. Older C1B pumps are directional, carrying
model designations of C1B-C or C1B CC.

To change the rotation of these pumps:


• Look at the pump from the shaft end with the ports up and note the location of the
V notch in the bracket. If at the top (12 o'clock), rotation is clockwise; if at the
bottom (6 o'clock), counterclockwise.
• • Remove the cover screws so that the bracket moves freely.
• • Rotate the bracket 180°.
• • Align the mounting holes and reinstall the cover screws.

V Notch

Model C1B

If outfitted with an internal relief valve (model C1BV), these pumps become rotational.
Rotation cannot be changed in the field unless the cover/valve assembly is replaced.
To change the location of the suction port on pumps supplied with Tuthill's unique
automatic reversing feature (model RC1B):

• Remove the cover screws.


• Rotate the cover 180° so that the boss on the cover points to the new suction
(inlet) port.
• Align the mounting holes and reinstall the cover screws.

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Model CK1B

Seal Replacement

• Remove the cover, idler assembly and cover gaskets.


• Place the pump, cover side down, on blocks set wide enough apart so that the
rotor will clear when pressed out.
• Remove the screws from the bearing housing and pull it off. The inner bearing
sleeve will remain pressed onto the rotor shaft.
• Press out the rotor from the shaft end. The inner bearing sleeve will pop off.
• Remove the seal from the rotor shaft.
• Remove the housing plug.
• Remove the stationary seat from the bearing housing.
• Inspect the rotor for scratches, burrs or gouges. Removal of the inner bearing
sleeve will frequently score the rotor shaft, necessitating replacement of the rotor.
• Inspect all internal parts for wear or damage. Replace any parts as needed.
• To reassemble the pump, first slide the washer and ball bearing over the rotor
shaft.
• Replace the shims in the housing, using the same thickness as before.
• This step is extremely important. Insert the rotor with the washer and ball
bearing into the housing. The shims should allow enough clearance so that the
rotor will turn freely. The face of the housing should be even with the ends of the
rotor teeth when gently pressed. If there is not enough clearance the rotor will not
turn freely, causing severe scoring. There cannot be any metal-to-metal contact
between the rotor and the housing.
• Replace the cover gaskets, idler assembly and cover.
• Lay the pump on the cover end. Replace the washer over the ball bearing on the
rotor shaft.
• Apply a dab of petroleum jelly over the rotor shaft. (If the seal is EPR, apply a
silicon-based lubricant).
• Slide the replacement mechanical seal over the shaft and down until it seats
against the retaining ring.
• With the smooth face up, press the stationary seat into the bearing housing.
• Install the new lip seal into the housing plug.
• Slide the housing plug assembly over the shaft and press it into place.
• Replace the inner sleeve from the roller bearing. Press over the rotor shaft until it
is flush with the seal on the housing plug.
• Replace the bearing housing (still containing the roller bearing) on the rotor shaft.
• Test the pump by turning by hand. Use a small wrench on the shaft over the flat.
The pump will turn with some drag from seal tension, but there should be no
binding or high spots.

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Changing Rotation
Looking at the pump from the shaft end with the ports up, locate the short vent plug
(painted red). This is the suction (inlet) side of the pump. If on the right, rotation is
clockwise; if on the left, counterclockwise. On the opposite side is a long vent plug.
Remove both plugs and interchange locations.

Location of short vent plug for


clockwise rotation Location of short vent plug for
Rotation counter clockwise rotation

Top View

Model CK1B

If outfitted with an internal relief valve (model CK1BV), the rotation cannot be changed in
the field unless the cover/valve assembly is also replaced.
To change the location of the suction port on pumps supplied with Tuthill's unique
automatic reversing feature (model RCK1B), the following must be done in addition to the
steps above:

• Remove the cover screws.


• Rotate the cover 180° so that the boss on the cover points to the new suction
(inlet) port.
• Align the mounting holes and reinstall the cover screws.

Model CC

Disassembly and Seal Replacement


• Remove the internal relief valve and gasket assembly (if so equipped) by
loosening the four screws holding it to the pump housing.
• Disconnect the pump from the motor by removing the four screws holding them
together. Using three of these screws as jackscrews in the threaded holes
provided on the pump flange, pull the pump from the motor. Save the key from
the motor shaft.
• Mark the position of the cover in relation to the housing.
• Remove the cover screws, cover and idler.

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• Remove the rotor by pressing on the hollow drive shaft with an arbor of
approximately 1.375" (35 mm). With model CC009 pumps, the mechanical seal
will remain in the housing. With model CC015, CC020 and CC030 pumps, the
rotating element of the seal will come out with the rotor.
• For model CC009, remove the retaining ring in the bore of the motor mounting
and the mechanical seal.
• For models CC015, CC020 and CC030, remove the seal spring and rotating
member from the rotor and the seal seat from the housing.

Inspection
• Check the pump housing, rotor, idler gear, idler pin and cover for wear and
chipped or broken teeth. There must not be any deep scratches or grooves on the
following:
ID surface of the housing
OD of the rotor
End face of the rotor
OD of the idler
Either face of the idler
Inside surfaces of the cover, including the crescent.
• Replace worn parts as needed.

Assembly of Pump

• Place the idler onto the cover assembly.


• Position the gaskets on the cover.
Note: Gaskets are supplied with each pump so that proper internal end clearances are
maintained. The typical end clearance for CC model pumps is .003" to .005".
When pumping thinner viscosity fluids or a drop-off in capacity has occurred because of
excessive endplay of the rotor, removal of one or more of the cover gaskets may
moderately improve performance.
• Install the mechanical seal. For model CC009, insert the spring, rotating member
and seal seat into the seal bore cavity. Reinstall the retaining ring. For models
CC015, CC020 and CC030, place the spring and rotating member on the rotor
and insert the seal seat into the housing bore. A light lubricant will aid this
procedure.
• Install the rotor. It should go in without much force.
• Replace the cover/idler/gasket assembly. Align the matching marks for proper
location.
• Install the cover screws. Tighten gradually, alternating from a screw on one side
to a screw on the opposite side.
• Install the relief valve and gasket assembly, making sure the adjusting screw
points to the suction side of the pump.
• Check the end clearance.
• Reconnect the pump to the motor, making sure the key has been installed on the
motor shaft and the four screws are securely fastened.

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Changing Rotation
Model CC pumps are bi-directional and will work equally well in either direction of rotation
with no modification.
If outfitted with an internal relief valve (model CCV), these pumps become rotational. To
change rotation:

• Remove the four screws holding the relief valve and gasket assembly to the
housing.
• Rotate the relief valve and gasket assembly 180° so that the adjusting screw
points to the new suction side of the pump.
• Replace the four screws.

WARNING!

Failure to follow these instructions could result in serious bodily injury or death.

Do not attempt to work on any Tuthill pump installation before completing the steps below.

Disconnect the drive so that it cannot be started while work is being performed.
Review the Material Data Safety Sheet (MSDS) applicable to the liquid being pumped to determine its
characteristics and the precautions necessary to ensure safe handling.

Vent all pressure within the pump through the suction or discharge lines.

All Tuthill pumps contain residual 200 SSU lube oil from the factory production test. Determine if this is
compatible with the fluid you are pumping. If the fluid is incompatible, consult the factory.

Service - All Models Except CC

Disassembly of Pump

The seal or packing must be removed before the pump can be disassembled.

• Mark the cover, housing and bracket for proper re-assembly.


• Remove the cover screws, cover, housing, idler and rotor from the bracket.

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Inspection
• Check the pump housing, rotor, idler gear, idler pin and cover for wear and
chipped or broken teeth. There must not be any deep scratches or grooves on the
following:
ID surface of the housing
OD of the rotor
End face of the rotor
OD of the idler
Either face of the idler
Inside surfaces of the cover, including the crescent.
• Replace worn parts as needed.
• The rotor should be positioned in the housing or bracket and checked for
clearance in the bearing. The shaft must turn freely without any detectable side
play. Any side play will require replacement of the housing, bracket, rotor or all
three parts.

Assembly of Pump

• Clean all parts thoroughly using great care to eliminate all dirt.
• Install the rotor in the pump bracket.
• Position the selected gaskets over the mounting registers of the bracket and
cover.
Note: Gaskets are supplied with each pump so that proper internal clearances are
maintained. In sizes 2 through 6, composite gaskets are supplied for standard pumping
applications and consist of a steel shim enclosed in a Buna N rubber. Size 1 pumps
utilize paper gaskets. The typical end clearances for these pumps are as follows:
Pump size . Clearance
1 003 to .006"
2 .004 to.009"
3&4 .004 to.009"
5&6 .007 to .010"

When pumping thinner viscosity fluids, fluids that are not compatible with Buna N, or a
drop-off in capacity has occurred because of excessive end play of the rotor, paper or
plastic shim type gaskets should be used. These are available from Tuthill as spare
parts. The minimum end clearances for proper pump operation are as follows:

Pump size Clearance Spare part number

1 .0005 to.001" 1C34.006


2 .001 to .002" 2M34.003/.004/.005
3&4 .002 to .003" 3M34.003/.004/.005
5&6 .003 to .005" 5C34.003/.004/.005

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• Install the housing over the rotor head positioned on the bracket register.
• Place the idler gear on the pin in the cover assembly and position in the housing
register.
• Align the matching marks for proper location.
• Install the cover screws. Tighten gradually, alternating from a screw on one side to a
screw on the opposite side.
• Install the packing or seal, following the instructions for the specific model in question.
• Check the end clearance.

Troubleshooting

No fluid is delivered.

• Power is not on.


• Net positive suction head available (NPSHA) is lower than required for the inlet
conditions and the vapor pressure of the liquid pumped. Calculate NPSHA and
redesign piping if necessary.
• Leaks in suction line or port passages. These can be detected by submerging the
pressure line from the discharge side of the pump into a pail of liquid where the air
will be seen in the form of bubbles.
• Direction of shaft rotation is incorrect.
• Pump shaft is not rotating. The coupling is defective or the tongue and groove are
not engaged.
• The relief valve setting is too low. Liquid is discharging through the by-pass port.

Capacity is too low.

• There are leaks in the suction line.


• Suction losses are too high. The suction lift is too great or the suction line too
small or too long. This can be detected by installing a vacuum gauge directly at
the pump suction. The maximum vacuum at the pump suction should never
exceed 15" of mercury. Vaporization caused by higher vacuums will generally
result in capacity drop-off. Suction conditions must be redesigned.
• Pump speed is too slow.
• The strainer is too small or obstructed.
• The suction port or pipe is not immersed deeply enough in the liquid.
• Piping is improperly installed, permitting an air pocket to form in the pump.
• Increased clearances or wear in the pump will sometimes cause the pump to
deliver an insufficient supply of fluid. This can generally be corrected by
reducing the thickness of the cover gaskets. A folded gasket or a slight amount
of dirt can exaggerate the problem and cause leakage.

Pump works spasmodically.


• Leaky suction line.
• Varying suction conditions.
• Air or vapor in the fluid.

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Excessive power draw.

• Pressure too high.


• Liquid is more viscous than originally expected.
• Suction or discharge lines obstructed.
• Insufficient horsepower.
• Drive shaft and pump misaligned.
• Pump binding due to insufficient end clearance.
• Pump shaft is bent.
• Misalignment within the pump due to bad piping or poor installation, causing strain
or distortion.

Pump is noisy.

• Pump is cavitating due to inadequate suction conditions.


• Misalignment of coupling.
• Coupling is set too close to pump.
• Vibration of pump due to worn or bent shaft.
• Air leaks on suction side of pump or air entrainment in the fluid.

Pump leaks.

• Cover bolts need tightening or cover gasket is defective.


• Worn or defective seal.

Material Returns

If it becomes necessary to return a pump to the factory, a Return Goods Authorization


(RGA) must be obtained from either your local Authorized Distributor or our Chicago plant.
No RGA can be issued until a completed Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) has been
forwarded to our Chicago plant and return of the pump approved.

• Tuthill pumps are precision built and must be handled with care.
• Pumps must be drained of all fluid and the ports plugged to prevent foreign
material from getting into the pump.
• Pumps must be packaged securely to prevent damage while in transit.

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Rigid Forms – 5˝ Dial Size

STANDARD FEATURES

• All Stainless Steel Construction • Gasketed Glass Face


• External Recalibration Adjustment • Case is sealed to exclude dirt, dust and moisture
• White dial with black markings • 5˝ dial size
• Accurate to ±1% of Scale Range
BACK ANGLE
CATALOG NUMBERS* FORM TYPE 5A

STEM 90° BACK STRAIGHT 90° LEFT SIDE 90° RIGHT SIDE
LENGTH ANGLE FORM FORM ANGLE FORM ANGLE FORM

21⁄2˝ 5A02 5S02 5L02 5R02


4˝ 5A04 5S04 5L04 5R04
6˝ 5A06 5S06 5L06 5R06
9˝ 5A09 5S09 5L09 5R09
12˝ 5A12 5S12 5L12 5R12
15˝ 5A15 5S15 5L15 5R15
18˝ 5A18 5S18 5L18 5R18
MOUNTING DIMENSIONS
24˝ 5A24 5S24 5L24 5R24 TYPE 5A
Longer stem lengths available on special order (48˝ maximum on straight, left and right side forms; 72˝ on back angle)

STANDARD RANGES

CODE Fahrenheit DUAL SCALE


FC –80 to 120°F Fahrenheit Celsius
FE –40 to 120°F CODE (on outside and (on inside)
FG 0 to 150°F DE –40/120°F and –40/50°C
FJ 0 to 200°F DF 40/160°F and –40/70°C
FL 0 to 250°F DN 30/130°F and 0/55°C STRAIGHT
FM 30 to 240°F FORM
DJ –0/200°F and –20/94°C TYPE 5S
FN 25 to 125°F DL 0/250°F and –20/120°C
FR 50 to 300°F DR 50/300°F and 10/150°C
FS 50 to 400°F DS 50/400°F and 10/200°C
FT 50 to 550°F DT 50/550°F and 10/290°C
FX 150 to 750°F† DX 100/800°F* and 40/430°C†
FY 200 to 1000°F*† DY 200/1,000°F and 100/550C*†
Celsius *Not recommended for continuous service above 800°F (425°C).
For such temperatures see pg. 63.
CD –50 to 50°C †Minimum stem length for these ranges 4˝.
CJ 0 to 100°C
CM –10 to 110°C OPTIONAL FEATURES
CN 0 to 50°C CODE Description
CR 0 to 150°C EL Liquid Filling for Catalog No’s AF, 3A, 5A only
CS 0 to 200°C
CU 0 to 300°C PD Plastic Window
CX 50 to 450°C† SG Shatter Proof Glass
CY 100 to 550°C*† NN Paper Tag
NH Stainless Steel Tag
TPC Mounting Clip for 1˝ & 2˝ MOUNTING DIMENSIONS
SEPARABLE THERMOWELLS AVAILABLE FOR 5˝ DIAL SIZE
DM Dial Markings THERMOMETER
SEE PAGES 87 TO 90 C4 Calibration Certificate TYPES 5S, 5L & 5R

HOW TO ORDER

5 A 0 6 4 4 F J X
1. Basic 4-digit Catalog No. From Table Above ——————————————
2. Stem Diameter: “4” = .250˝O.D. (Standard); “5” = .375˝ O.D. (Extra Cost) ————————
3. Thread Size: “4” = 1/2 NPT Male; “U” = 1/4 NPT Male (Extra Cost) ———————————————
4. 2 Digit Range Code from Range Tables Above ————————————————————————————
5. Option(s): “X” = Non Required Option(s) Required (Extra Cost) Select code from above table ———————————