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Paragon Vane Pumps Installation Manual Table of Contents

Page

Safety Precautions

1-2

Installation and Mounting

2-3

Operation Maintenance

4 5-6

Troubleshooting

7

Parts List

8

Pump Specifications

9

Warranty

12

Safety Instructions This is an industrial component. Only a qualified systems integrator should be allowed to design it into a system. The integrator must determine proper plumbing, mounting, driveline and guard components. Improper installation or use could lead to a serious, even fatal, accident. The system integrator must communicate all safe operation procedures the end user(s). Before operation, fully understand and follow the instructions shown in this manual and any instructions communicated by the system integrator. No one should be allowed to operate or maintain this pump who has not been fully trained to work safely according to the configuration of the pump system and in accordance with all applicable government and industry regulations.

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WARNING DO NOT OPERATE MACHINERY BEFORE READING MANUAL FULLY

Good Practice Note:

These are general guidelines and do not cover all possible situations. It is the responsibility of the system integrator to apply this product properly.

Plumbing 1. The inlet pipe should be as short and straight as possible to minimize suction pressure losses. Excessive restrictions at the inlet can cause cavitation resulting in poor performance, noise, vibration, or pump damage. 2. Slope the inlet plumbing appropriately to avoid air pockets. 3. Plumbing weight, misalignment with the ports or thermal expansion can exert excessive force on the pump. Plumbing must be properly supported and aligned with expansion joints, if required, to minimize these forces. 4. To prevent over pressure situations, install a relief valve as close to the pump outlet as possible. Install the relief valve before any shut-off valves.

Separate Pump and Drive Assemblies Driveline Guards 1. Assure adequate guards have been installed to prevent personnel contacting moving components. 2. Follow OSHA, Federal, state and local codes. Check Alignment of Pump to Driveline Excessive misalignment can overload the pump input shaft and cause premature failure. The figures below show parallel and angular misalignments.

PTO Drive Shaft

Angle of Drive Shaft 1º through 5º

6º through 10º

11º through 15º

Excellent

Good

Acceptable

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Pump Drive Guidelines • • • • •

DO NOT use square slip joints. Only use an even number of universal joints. Pump shaft and power take off shaft must be parallel. Use an angular level measuring device to make sure that the pump shaft is parallel with the PTO shaft. The universal joint yokes must be parallel and in phase. Maximum drive angle between pump shaft and jackshaft is 15 degrees.

Note: Failure to follow these guidelines will cause the pump rotor to turn unevenly. This will result in severe vibration to the liquid stream and piping system.

Mounting Base 1. Mounting the unit on a rigid, heavy base to provide support and absorb shock. Bases should be designed for high rigidity, not just strength. 2. The pump feet were not designed for mounting to concrete and do not have enough area to prevent concrete from failing. When mounting to cement or concrete, use a steel base plate to distribute the mounting stress over an area large enough to prevent the cement from failing. The base plate should be at least as thick as the pump feet.

Close Coupled Drives Hydraulic or Gearmotor units where the drive mounts directly to the pump. • Driveline is not exposed and does not require guards. • Alignment between pump and drive line is maintained by the assembly. Guarding PTO Drive Shafts PTO drive systems can be dangerous and when used, additional safety precautions, including guarding, may be required and must be provided by the drive system installer. Paragon Tank Truck Equipment has no responsibility for recommending or providing proper guarding or other safety measures in any particular application. The installation of proper guards for the power take-off and its associated equipment is the responsibility of the drive system designer and the installer who knows the particular product application and the user’s exposure to danger. The ultimate responsibility for the safe application and installation is the user’s. Pump Rotation Note: Check pump rotation arrows to confirm the correct rotation direction. Double Ended Rotor and Shaft To change pump rotation rotate the pump 180 degrees so the opposite shaft becomes the driven shaft. Caution: Operation without a shaft protector can cause serious injury, property damage, or death.

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Flushing Pump

Operation

Note: If a corrosive or non-lubricating fluid is used when flushing the pump, it must be flushed from the pump immediately.

Caution: Pump operation against a closed valve can cause serious injury and property damage.

When flushing the pump:

Caution: Disconnecting fluid or pressure components during operation can cause serious injury, property damage, or death.

1. Evacuate as much fluid from the pumps as possible. 2. Run the cleaning fluid through the pump intake. Do not use cleaning fluid that will solidify within the pump. 3. Operate the pump against a closed discharge for 15 minutes to allow the cleaning fluid to recirculate through the internal relief valve.

Caution: Flush system prior to pumping different chemicals. Caution: Failure to relieve system pressure prior to pump operation can cause serious injury and property damage.

Relief Valve

Pre-Start Check List

Relief valve is designed to protect the pump from excessive pressure. It should not be used to as a system pressure control valve.

1. Check piping alignment to the pump. Pipes must be supported so they remain intact when pump flanges or union joints are disconnected. 2. To check the suction and discharge conditions after pump start up, install vacuum and pressure gauges in the pipework. 3. Assure that no piping loads are being placed on the pump. 4. Secure hose connections.

Caution: Failure to disengage PTO before adjusting pump relief valve can cause serious injury, property damage, or death.

Start Up Procedures 1. Make sure appropriate valve in the inlet and discharge lines are open. 2. Start pump. Priming should occur within one minute. 3. To make sure system is operating within expected parameters, check pressure and vacuum gauges. Record gauge readings. 4. Check piping and system equipment for leaks, noise, vibration and overheating. 5. Check flow rate. 6. Momentarily close a valve in the discharge line and check the relief valve pressure setting. Pressure needs to be 15-20 psi (1.0 - 1.4 bar) higher than the maximum system operating pressure. Do not operate the pump against a closed discharge valve for more than 15 seconds.

Caution: Incorrect setting of the pressure relief valve can cause component failure, serious injury and property damage.

Caution: Relief valve cap is exposed to fluid in the pump and may contain hazardous or toxic fluids.

Pump Speed Relief Valve should be set at least 15-20 psi (1.0 - 1.4 Bar) higher than the operating pressure, or external bypass valve setting (if equipped).

PTO and hydraulic units must contain speed control devices to prevent the pump from reaching speeds above the maximum RPM specifications.

DO NOT remove the relief valve cap or adjust the relief valve pressure setting while the pump is in operation.

Reverse Rotation Note: When pumps operate in reverse a separate pressure relief valve must be installed to prevent excessive pressure.

1. To increase the pressure setting, remove the relief valve cap, loosen the locknut, and turn the adjusting screw inward (clockwise). Re-tighten the locknut and replace the valve cap. 2. To decrease the pressure setting, remove the relief valve cap, loosen the locknut, and turn the adjusting screw outward (counterclockwise). Re-tighten the locknut and replace the valve cap.

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Vane Replacement 1. Remove the sideplate assembly from the drive nondrive side of the pump. 2. Turn the shaft by hand until a vane comes to the top (12 o’clock) of the rotor. Then remove the vane. 3. Install a new vane, ensuring that the rounded edge is pointing up and relief groves are facing the direction of the rotation. 4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 until all vanes are replaced.

Maintenance Caution: Failure to relieve system pressure prior to performing pump service or maintenance can cause personal injury or property damage.

Pump Disassembly

Caution: Disconnecting fluid or pressure contaminant components during pump operation can cause serious personal injury, death or major property damage.

1. On the drive-end of the pump, clean the pump shaft thoroughly, making sure the shaft is free of burrs. 2. Remove drive bearing capscrews and slide the drive bearing cover and gasket off the shaft. Discard the bearing cover gasket. The dirt shield will come off with the bearing cover. 3. Remove the non-drive bearing cover capscrews and slide the non-drive bearing cover and gasket off the shaft. Discard the bearing cover gasket. 4. Remove the sideplate capscrews and carefully ease the sideplate away from the body. 5. Slide the sideplate off of the shaft. The sideplate Oring, bearing, and mechanical seal will come off with the sideplate assembly. Discard the sideplate O-ring. a. After pulling the bearing from the sideplate, use two screw drivers to gently push the back of the seal jacket pushing the seal from the sideplate. 6. Pull the rotor and the shaft from the body. 7. Remove the remaining components from the non-drive side of the pump, as instructed in steps 4 and 5.

Caution: Failure to disconnect and lockout electrical power or engine drive before attempting maintenance can cause severe personal injury or death. Caution: Operation without guards in place can cause serious personal injury, major property damage, or death.

Caution: If pumping hazardous or toxic fluids, system must be flushed prior to performing service.

Pump Assembly Note: Inspect all component parts before reassembling the pump.

Caution: Failure to set the vehicle emergency brake and clock wheels before performing service can cause severe personal injury or property damage.

1. Reassemble the non-drive side of the pump first: a. For a clockwise rotation pump, position the pump body with the intake port to the left. b. For a counterclockwise rotation pump, position the pump body with the intake port to the right.

Strainers Maintenance Clean strainers regularly to avoid pump starvation Lubrication Maintenance Caution: Do not lubricate pump bearings, hydraulic adapter coupling or any other parts while the pump is running. Lubricate ball bearings, and hydraulic motor couplings every three months. Recommended grease: Mobile - Mobile Grease XHP 222 5

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2. Install a new sideplate O-ring in the groove in the sideplate. Lightly grease the outside circumference of the O-ring to facilitate sideplate installation.

b. Tighten both locknuts to ensure that the bearings are bottomed in the sideplate recess. Do not overtighten or shear the lockwasher tang. c. Loosen both locknuts one complete turn. d. Tighten one locknut until a slight rotor drag is felt when turning the shaft by hand. e. Back off the nut the width of one lockwasher tang. Secure the nut by bending the closest aligned lockwasher tang into the slot in the locknut. The pump should turn freely when rotated by hand. f. Tighten the opposite locknut by hand until it is snug against the bearing. Then, using a spanner wrench, tighten the nut the width of one lockwasher tang. Tighten just passed the desired tang, then back off the nut to align the tang with the locknut slot. Secure the nut by bending the aligned lockwasher tang into the slot in the locknut. The pump should continue to turn freely when rotated by hand. g. To check the adjustments, try to rotate the nut and washer with fingers. If this cannot be done, one or both of the locknuts are too tight. Slightly loosen the locknuts one at a time beginning with the locknut that was adjusted last.

3. Install the sideplate on the non-drive side of the body. Install and uniformly tighten four sideplate capscrews 90 degrees apart, torquing to 25 lbs. ft (34 Nm). 4. Mechanical Seal: Apply a small amount of motor oil in the sideplate recess. Push the mechanical seal assembly into the recess of the sideplate with seal jacket drive tangs inward. The pin in the stationary seat must be between the lugs in the back of the sideplate recess. 5. Pack the ball bearing with grease and install the bearing into the sideplate recess. Bearing should be squarely seated against the mechanical seal. The bearing balls should face outward and the grease shield should face inward. 6. Turn pump around and begin working on the drive end. 7. If needed, replace vanes and push rods as follows: a. Partially install the non-driven end of the rotor and shaft into the open side of the pump body. b. Leave part of the rotor outside of the body so that the bottom vanes can be installed and held in place as the push rods are installed in the push rod holes of the rotor. Insert the new vanes into the rotor slots with the rounded edges facing outward. c. Once the push rods and vanes are installed, insert the rotor and shaft fully into the body. d. Install the remaining vanes into the top positions of the rotor. Rotate the shaft by hand to engage the drive tangs of the seal jacket in the rotor slots.

11. If needed, replace the grease seal for any wear or damage. Grease the outside diameter of the grease seal and push it into the bearing cover with the lip of the seal inward. The lip will face outward when the bearing cover is installed on the sideplate. 12. Attach new bearing cover gasket and bearing cover to the sideplate. Install and torque the bearing cover capscrews to 15 lbs. (20nm). 13. Follow steps 11 and 12 to install the grease seal and bearing cover on the opposite side of the pump.

8. Install the drive sideplate, mechanical seal, and bearing as instructed in steps 2 through 6. Apply a thin coating of motor oil on the drive shaft to aid installation.

14. Push the dirt shield over the drive shaft and firmly against the bearing cover.

9. Rotate the shaft by hand to engage the mechanical seal drive tangs, and to test for binding or tight spots. Install all of the remaining sideplate capscrews for each sideplate and uniformly torque to 25 lbs. ft. (34 Nm)

Caution: Operation without shaft protector can cause serious personal injury, property damage, or death.

10. Locknut Installation (if equipped): Bearing locknuts and lockwashers must be installed and adjusted properly. Do not overtighten the locknuts because this will cause bearing failure. If the locknuts are too loose, the rotor will shift against the heads, causing wear. a. On both ends of the pump, install a lockwasher with the tangs facing outward, followed by a locknut with the tapered end inward. Ensure that the inner tang of the lockwasher is located in the slot in the shaft threads.

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15. Relief Valve Assembly:

1. 2. 3. 4.

a. Insert the valve into the relief valve bore of the body with the fluted end inward. b. Install the relief valve spring and spring guide against the valve. c. Attach a new relief valve gasket and the valve cover on the body. d. Screw the relief valve adjusting screw into the valve cover until it makes contact with the spring guide.

Capacity Reduction

8.

Notice: The relief valve setting must be tested and adjusted precisely before the pump goes into service. Broken Shaft

e. Install the relief valve cap and gasket once the relief valve has been precisely adjusted.

Troubleshooting Note: All maintenance should be performed by qualified technicians only, following the appropriate procedures and warnings as presented in this manual.

Problem

Probable Cause

Noise

1. Excessive pump vacuum resulting from: a. Improper or restricted suction line fittings. b. Excessive pump speed. c. Pump too far from fluid source. 2. Running the pump excessively with a closed discharge line. 3. Pump not securely mounted. 4. Driveline improper. 5. Bearings that are worn or damaged. 6. Piping not anchored properly. 7. Misaligned drive coupling or bent shaft. 8. Excessively worn rotor. 9. Malfunctioning valve. 10. Low relief valve setting. 11. Damaged vane.

5. 6. 7.

Leak in Mechanical Seal

Pump Not Priming

Low pump speed. Suction valves not fully open. Suction line air leaks. Discharge line restrictions (i.e.: undersized piping, too many elbows & fittings, clogged strainer, etc.). Parts damaged or worn. Partial flow through the relief valve. Relief valve improperly set up or worn. Vanes installed incorrectly

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Foreign objects in the pump. High viscosity. Non-opening relief valve. Pressure spikes (Hydraulic hammer). Misaligned pump/driver. Excessively worn vanes or vane slots. 7. Settled material in the pump. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Incompatible O-rings. Cut, twisted, or nicked O-rings. Damaged shafts at seal area. Over-greased ball bearing. Excessive cavitation. Cracked, scratched, or pitted mechanical seal.

1. Non-wetted pump. 2. Worn vanes. 3. Closed suction valve. 4. Suction line leaks. 5. Clogged strainer. 6. Clogged suction line. 7. Broken drive train. 8. Pump vapor-locked. 9. Too low pump speed for priming. 10. Partially open relief valve - worn or not seating properly. 11. Vanes installed incorrectly. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Vanes Damaged

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Foreign objects in the pump. Running the pump too extensively. Cavitation Viscosity too high for the vanes and/ or the pump speed. 5. Incompatible with the liquids being pumped. 6. Excessive heat. 7. Push rods bent or worn. 8. Solidified material in the pump. 9. Pressure spikes (Hydraulic hammer). 10. Incorrectly installed vanes.

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Parts List

30

Itm

P/N VP80

P/N VP150

P/N VP270

QTY

15

-

-

-

1

Bypass Valve Spring

Description

Itm

P/N VP80

P/N VP150

P/N VP270

QTY

1

524-003

524-003

524-004

1

Dirt Shield

16

-

-

-

1

Spring Seat

2

-

-

-

-

Grease Relief Fitting

17

526-012

526-013

526-014

1

Bypass Valve Cover Gasket

3

-

-

-

-

Drive Bearing Cover

18

-

-

-

1

Bypass Valve Cover

4

555-000

555-000

555-001

1

Grease Seal

19

-

-

-

12

Screw M10X35

5

526-007

526-007

526-008

2

Bearing Cover Gasket

20

-

-

-

1

Adjusting Screw

6

-

582-006

582-007

2

Bearing Locknut

21

526-018

526-018

526-019

1

Valve Cap Gasket

7

-

582-004

582-005

2

Bearing Lockwasher

22

-

-

-

1

Valve Cap

8

510-000

510-000

510-001

2

Ball Bearing

23

-

-

-

1

Non-Drive Bearing Cover

9

556-000

556-000

556-002

Mechanical Seal (Buna)

24

-

-

-

16

Screw M10X35

9

556-001

556-001

556-003

Mechanical Seal (Viton)

25

-

-

-

2

Plug 1/4”

10

-

-

-

2

Sideplate

26

550-002

550-003

550-004

4,6,6

Vane

11

521-006

521-006

521-008

2

O-Ring (Buna)

27

527-002

527-003

527-004

2,3,3

Push Rod

11

521-007

521-007

521-009

2

O-Ring (Viton)

28

298-000

298-000

298-001

1

Key

12

-

-

-

1

Rotor & Shaft Assy

29

-

-

-

2

Grease Fitting

13

-

-

-

1

Body

30

-

-

-

1

Shaft Protector

14

-

-

-

1

Bypass Valve

31

526-004

526-005

526-006

1

Flange Gasket

Description

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Pump Specifications

Performance Data Pump Model

VP80

VP150

VP270

Rated Pump Speed

640

520

640

520

640

520

gpm

72

58

120

98

263

211

L/min

273

220

454

371

995

799

m3/h

16

13

27

22

60

48

hp

3.0

2.5

5.0

3.80

11.1

8.6

kW

2.2

1.9

3.7

2.8

8.3

6.4

Note: All Paragon Vane Pumps provide a double ended drive shaft that can rotate either clockwise (RH) or counterclockwise (LH).

LH

RH

Maximum Operating Limits Nominal Flowrate

Pump Speed

Viscosity

Differential Pressure

Working Pressure

Temperature

Pump Model gpm

L/min.

rpm

ssu

cP

psi

bar

psi

bar

oF

oC

VP80

87

329

780

20,000

4,250

125

8.6

175

12.1

300

149

VP150

157

594

780

20,000

4,250

125

8.6

175

12.1

300

149

VP270

270

1,022

640

20,000

4,250

125

8.6

175

12.1

300

149

Dimensions Model VP80

in. mm in.

A

B

C

D

E

F

9.98

16.70

9.18

2.00

0.25

1.13

70

lbs.

253.60 424.10 233.20 50.80

6.35

28.60

32

kg

2.00

0.25

1.13

94

lbs.

282.20 479.80 248.40 50.80

6.35

28.60

43

kg

13.58

2.00

0.25

1.13

152

lbs.

345.00 517.00 313.00 50.80

6.35

28.60

69

kg

11.11

18.89

9.78

B

Approx. Wt.

E

C

VP150 mm in.

20.35

12.32

VP270 mm

F

A D

Technical Pump Data Maximum Operating Temperature

Initial Pump Start Up Information

240 - 300°F (115 - 149°C)

Model No.: _______________________________ Serial No.: _______________________________

Maximum Speed VP80 VP150 VP270

780 RPM 780 RPM 640 RPM

Maximum Viscosity

20,000 SSU (4,250 cSt)

Maximum Differential Pressure

125 psi (8.6 Bar)

Maximum Working Pressure

175 psi (12.1 Bar)

Date of Installation: ________________________ Pressure Gauge Reading: ___________________ Vacuum Gauge Reading: ____________________ Flow Rate: ________________________________

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Warranty Subject to the terms and conditions hereinafter set forth in General Terms of Sale, Paragon Tank Truck Equipment LLC (the Seller) warrants products and parts of its manufacturer, when shipped and its work (including installation and start-up) when performed, will be of good quality and will be free from defects in material and workmanship. This warranty applies only to Seller’s equipment, under use and service of products, for a period as stated in the table below. Due to the varying condition of installation and operation, all performances claims are subject to a plus or minus 5% variation. (Nonstandard materials are subject to a plus or minus 10% variation) THIS WARRANTY EXTENDS ONLY TO BUYER AND/OR ORIGINAL END USER, AND IN NO EVENT SHALL THE SELLER BE LIABLE FOR THE PROPERTY DAMAGE SUSTAINED BY A PERSON DESIGNED BY THE LAW OF ANY JURISDICTION AS A THIRD PARTY BENEFICIARY OF THIS WARRANTY OR ANY OTHER WARRANTY HELD TO SURVIVE SELLER’S DISCLAIMER. All accessories furnished by seller but manufactured by others bear only that manufacturer’s standard warranty. All claims for defective products, parts, or work under this warranty must be made in writing immediately upon discovery and, in any event within one year from the date of the shipment of the applicable item and all claims for defective work must be made in writing immediately upon discovery and in any event within one year from date of completion thereof by Seller. Unless done with prior written consent of Seller, any repairs, alterations, or disassembly of Seller’s inspection and warranty. Installation and transportation costs are not included and defective items must be held for Seller’s inspection and warranty. Installation and transportation costs are not included and defective items must be held for Seller’s inspection and returned to Seller’s Ex-works upon request. THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED, IMPLIED, OR STATUTORY WHICH EXTEND BEYOND THE DESCRIPTION ON THE FACE HEREOF, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS OF PURPOSE. After Buyer’s submission of claim as provided above and its approval, Seller shall either repair or replace its product, part, or work at the original Ex-works point of shipment, or refund an equitable portion of the purchase price. The products and parts sold hereunder are not warranted for operation with erosive or corrosive materials or those which may lead to build up of materials within the product supplied, nor those which are incompatible with the materials of construction. The Buyer shall have no claim whatsoever and no product or part shall be deemed to be defective by reason of failure to resist erosive or corrosive action nor for problems resulting from build-up of material within the unit nor for problems due to incompatibility with the materials of construction. Product Type

Warranty Duration

New

18 months from date of shipment, or 12 months after initial startup date, whichever occurs first.

Remanufactured

12 months from date of shipment, or 12 months after initial startup date, whichever occurs first.

Repair

12 month from date of shipment, or remaining warranty period, whichever is greater.

Any improper use, operation beyond capacity, substitute of parts not approved by Seller, or any alteration or repair by others in such manner as in Seller’s judgement affects the product materially and adversely shall void this warranty. No employee or representative of Seller other than an Officer of the Company is authorized to change this warranty in any way or grant other warranty. Any such change by an Officer of the Company must be in writing. The foregoing is Seller’s only obligation and buyer’s only remedy for breach of warranty, and except for gross negligence, willful misconduct and remedies permitted under the General Terms of Sale in the sections on CONTRACT PERFORMANCE, INSPECTION AND ACCEPTANCE, and the PATENTS CLAUSE hereof, the forgoing is BUYER’S ONLY REMEDY HEREUNDER BY WAY OF BREACH OF CONTRACT TORT OR OTHERWISE, WITHOUT REGARD TO WORK WHETHER ANY DEFECT WAS DISCOVERED OR LATENT AT THE TIME OF DELIVERY OF THE PRODUCT OR WORK. In no event shall Buyer be entitled to incidental or consequential damages. Any action for breach of this agreement must commerce within one year after the cause of action has occurred. Paragon Tank Truck Equipment LLC., 2111 US Hwy 411 NE, PO Box 200277, • Cartersville, Georgia, USA 30120 Tel 770-387-3820 • Toll Free 800-471-8769 • Fax 770-387-3824 www.paragondirect.com [email protected] Copyright © Paragon Tank Truck Equipment LLC

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