Honeywell DC4 manual

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    Installatio n, Oper ation, & Maintenan ce Instruc tion Models DC2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 Bulletin #: IO[...]

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    ii Pulsafeeder F actory Ser vice Policy Should you experience a problem with your Pulsafeeder pum p,[...]

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    iii Table of Contents 1. I NTRODUCT ION ............................................................[...]

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    i v 8.3 KOPkit numb ers by m odel: .................................................................[...]

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    1 1. Introduction The OMNI ® metering pump is positive displacem ent, mechanically operated reci pr[...]

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    2 2.1 Reagent H ead Assembl y The typical reagent head assem bly consists of reagent head, diaphragm[...]

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    3 3. Equipment Inspection Check all equipment for com pleteness against the order and for any ev ide[...]

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    4 5.2 Piping S ystem 1. All systems should include a pressu re relief valve on the discharg e side, [...]

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    5 5.3 Suction Pr essur e Requir ements Although OMNI ® metering pumps have some suction lift capabi[...]

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    6 Figure 4, stroke adjustment 6. Equipment Startup 6.1 Fastener In spection All pump fasteners shoul[...]

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    7 6.3 Priming the Reage nt Hea d 1. When handling process liquids, fo llow all applicable personal a[...]

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    8 6.4 Calibration Figure 6, sample flow calibration curve All metering pumps must be ca librated to [...]

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    9 7. Maintenance B EFORE PERF ORMING ANY MAINTENANCE RE QUIRING RE AGENT HE AD OR V AL VE ( WET E ND[...]

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    10 7.2 Wet End Remo val, Inspecti on, & Reins tallation I F THE DI APHRAGM HAS F AILED , PROCESS[...]

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    11 7.2.1 Diaphragm Removal & Reinstallation 1. Adjust the stroke setting to 50% and disconnec t [...]

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    12 7.3 Check Val ves 7.3.1 General Description Most fluid metering proble ms are related to check v [...]

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    13 Figure 10, check valves, DC3 and DC 4 Figure 11, check valves, DC5 and DC6 plastic construction C[...]

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    14 7.3.2 Check Valve Removal & Reinstallation , Cartridge type Valving that is of the cartridge [...]

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    15 Inserting the check valve assmbly into the pump in the wrong dir ectiom, or having the check seat[...]

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    16 7.4 Motor Rem o val & Reinstalla tion 1. Disconnect the power source to the drive m otor. 2. [...]

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    17 Figure 14, gearset components 7. Loosen the set screw (Item 9) on the worm gear (Item 8) and remo[...]

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    18 7.6 Gearset Re plac ement 1. Apply PULSA lube grease # NP980006- 000 to both sides of the thrust [...]

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    19 8. Replacement Parts 8.1 KOPkit Pr ogram OMNI ® KOPkits contain all replacement parts norm ally [...]

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    20 8.3 KOPkit n umber s b y model: Pump Model Wet ted Material Connection Type KOPkit number D C 2 P[...]

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    21 9. Model Number Identification Position Sample Specifies Option s 1 and 2 DC DC = OMNI m odel pum[...]

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    22 10. Wet End Materials Reference Wet End Configu ration Model Connection Head Gu ide Sealing O-rin[...]

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    23 11. Troubleshooting Difficulty Probable Cause Remedy Faulty power source. Check power source. Blo[...]

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    24 Difficulty Probable Cause Remedy Discharge pressure too high. Reduce pressure. Water hammer. Inst[...]

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    25 12. Piping Accessories Pressure Relief Valves Pressure relief valves are designed to protect chem[...]

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    26 13. Dimensional Dra w ing Letters refe rence dimensiona l table on next page[...]

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    27 Dimens ion table in inc hes / m m Letter referenc es to d iagram , previous page “PP” = Pol y[...]

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    28 14. Parts Diagrams and Parts Lists 14.1 Parts dia gram, DC2 and 3[...]

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    29 14.2 Bill of Mater ials, DC2 ITEM DESCRIPTION QTY P ART NUMBER 1 SUPPORT PLATE 1 N P 1 4 0 0 5 4 [...]

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    30 35 NAME TAG 1 N P 5 5 0 1 3 0 - 0 0 0 36 NAME TAG SCRE W 4 W 7 7 1 0 0 0 - 1 8 8 38 SET SCRE W 2 [...]

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    31 14.3 Bill of Mater ials, DC3 ITEM DESCRIPTION QTY P ART NUMBER 1 SUPPORT PLATE 1 N P 1 4 0 0 5 5 [...]

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    32 31 WASHER 1 W 7 7 1 0 0 6 - S T L 32 MOTOR ADAPT ASSY 56C 1 N P 4 9 0 0 3 0 - 0 0 0 32 MOTOR ADAP[...]

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    33 This page intentionall y left BLANK[...]

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    34 14.4 Parts Dia gram, DC 4, 5, and 6[...]

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    35 14.5 Bill of Mater ials, DC4 ITEM DESCRIPTION QTY P ART NUMBER 1 SUPPORT PLATE 1 N P 1 4 0 0 5 5 [...]

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    36 30 LABEL 1 N P 5 5 0 0 8 4 - 0 0 0 31 WASHER 1 W 7 7 1 0 0 6 - S T L 32 MOTOR ADAPT ASSY 56C 1 N [...]

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    37 14.6 Bill of Mater ials, DC5 ITEM DESCRIPTION QTY P ART NUMBER 1 SUPPORT PLATE 1 N P 1 4 0 0 7 1 [...]

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    38 29 SCREW 1 W 7 7 1 0 0 1 - 0 1 0 30 LABEL 1 N P 5 5 0 0 8 4 - 0 0 0 31 WASHER 1 W 7 7 1 0 0 6 - S[...]

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    39 14.7 Bill of Mater ials, DC6 ITEM DESCRIPTION QTY P ART NUMBER 1 SUPPORT PLATE 1 N P 1 4 0 0 8 1 [...]

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    40 34 DC4/5/6 GEARBOX 1 N P 0 1 0 0 2 3 - A L U 35 NAME TAG 1 N P 5 5 0 1 3 0 - 0 0 0 36 NAME TAG SC[...]

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    41[...]

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    42 STANDARD PUMP O PERAT IONS 27101 Airport Road Punta Gord a, FL 33 982 (941) 575-38 00 Fax ( 941) [...]