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8 & 28PFR PLUNGER PUMP SERVICE MANUAL

8 FRAME BLOCK-STYLE MANIFOLD:

28 FRAME BLOCK-STYLE MANIFOLD:

Optimum performance of the pump is dependent upon the entire liquid system and will be obtained only

with the proper selection, installation of plumbing, and operation of the pump and accessories.

SPECIFICATIONS: Maximum specifications refer to individual attributes. It is not

implied that all maximums can be performed simultaneously. If more than one

maximum is considered, check with your CAT PUMPS supplier to confirm the proper

performance and pump selection. Refer to individual pump Data Sheet for complete

specifications, parts list and exploded view.

LUBRICATION: Fill crankcase with special CAT PUMP oil per pump specifications

[8PFR - 25 oz., 28PFR - 84 oz.]. DO NOT RUN PUMP WITHOUT OIL IN

CRANKCASE. Change initial fill after 50 hours running period. Thereafter, change oil

every 3 months or 500 hour intervals.

PUMP ROTATION: Pump was designed for forward rotation to allow optimum lubri-

cation of the crosshead area. Reverse rotation is acceptable if the crankcase oil

level is increased slightly above center dot to assure adequate lubrication.

PULLEY SELECTION: Select size of motor pulley required to deliver the desired flow

from Horsepower Requirement and Pulley Selection Chart (refer to Tech Bulletin

003 or individual Data Sheet).

DRIVE SELECTION: The motor or engine driving the pump must be of adequate

horsepower to maintain full RPM when the pump is under load. Select the electric

motor from the Horsepower Requirement Chart according to required pump

discharge flow, maximum pressure at the pump and drive losses of approximately

3-5%. Consult the manufacturer of gas or diesel engine for selection of the proper

engine size.

MOUNTING: Mount the pump on a rigid, horizontal surface in a manner to permit

drainage of crankcase oil. An uneven mounting surface will cause extensive dam-

age to the pump base. To minimize piping stress, use appropriate flexible hose to

inlet and discharge ports. Use the correct belt; make sure pulleys are aligned.

Excessive belt tension may be harmful to the bearings. Hand rotate pump before

starting to be certain shaft and bearings are free moving.

LOCATION: If the pump is used in extremely dirty or humid conditions, it is recom-

mended pump be enclosed. Do not store or operate in excessively high temperature

areas or enclosed without proper ventilation.

INLET CONDITIONS: Refer to complete Inlet Condition Check-List in this manual

before starting system. DO NOT STARVE THE PUMP OR RUN DRY.Temperatures

above 130°F are permissible. Add 1/2 PSI inlet pressure per each degree F over

130°F. Elastomer or RPM changes may be required. See Tech Bulletin 002 or call

CAT PUMPS for recommendations.

C.A.T.: Installation of a C.A.T. (Captive Acceleration Tube) is recommended in ap-

plications with stressful inlet conditions such as high temperatures, booster pump

feed, long inlet lines or quick closing valves.

DISCHARGE PLUMBING: OPEN ALL VALVES BEFORE STARTING SYSTEM to

avoid deadhead overpressure condition and severe damage to the pump or system.

Install a Pulsation Dampening device on the discharge head or in the discharge line

as close to the head as possible. Be certain the pulsation dampener (Prrrrr-o-lator) is

properly precharged for the system pressure (refer to individual Data Sheet).

All systems require both a primary pressure regulating device (i.e., regulator, unloader) and a secondary pressure safety relief device (i.e., pop-off valve, safety valve).

Failure to install such relief devices could result in personal injury or damage to the pump or to system components. CAT PUMPS does not assume any liability or responsibility

for the operation of a customer's high pressure system.

World Headquarters

CAT PUMPS

1681 - 94th Lane N.E. Minneapolis, MN 55449 - 4324

Phone (763) 780-5440 — FAX (763) 780-2958

e-mail: [email protected]

www.catpumps.com

International Inquiries

FAX (763) 785-4329

e-mail: [email protected]

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INSTALLATION AND START-UP INFORMATION

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781, 781K

2831, 2831K

A reliable Pressure Gauge should be installed near the discharge outlet of the high

pressure manifold. This is extremely important for adjusting pressure regulating

devices and also for proper sizing of the nozzle or restricting orifice. The pump is

rated for a maximum pressure; this is the pressure that is read at the

discharge manifold of the pump, NOT AT THE GUN OR NOZZLE.

Use PTFE thread tape or pipe thread sealant (sparingly) to connect accessories or

plumbing. Exercise caution not to wrap tape beyond the last thread to avoid tape

from becoming lodged in the pump or accessories. This condition will cause a mal-

function of the pump or system.

PRESSURE REGULATION: All systems require both a primary pressure regulating

device (i.e., regulator, unloader) and a secondary pressure safety relief device (i.e.,

pop-off valve, safety valve). The primary pressure device must be installed on the

discharge side of the pump. The function of the primary pressure regulating device

is to protect the pump from over pressurization, which can be caused by a plugged

or closed off discharge line. Over pressurization can severely damage the pump,

other system components and can cause bodily harm. The secondary safety relief

device must be installed in-line between the primary device and the pump or on

the opposite side of the manifold head.This will ensure pressure relief of the sys-

tem if the primary regulating device fails. Failure to install such a safely device will

void the warranty on the pump.

If a large portion of the pumped liquid is by-passed (not used) when the high pressure

system is running, this by-pass liquid should be routed to an adequately sized, baffled

supply tank or to drain. If routed to the pump inlet, the by-pass liquid can quickly

develop excessive heat and result in damage to the pump. A temperature

control device to shut the system down within the pump limits or multiple THERMO

VALVES must be installed in the by-pass line to protect the pump.

NOZZLES: A worn nozzle will result in loss of pressure. Do not adjust pressure

regulating device to compensate. Replace nozzle and reset regulating device to

system pressure.

PUMPED LIQUIDS: Some liquids may require a flush between operations or

before storing. For pumping liquids other than water, contact your CAT PUMPS

supplier.

SPECIAL "K" MODELS: Standard pumps have internal weep holes between the

V-Packings and Lo-Pressure Seals allowing the pumped liquid to cool the back side

of the packings. The "K" models do not have the internal weep holes and do not

connect to the inlet side. They have special ports on both sides of the inlet manifold

that can be fitted to an external flushing system to provide cooling and flushing.

STORING: For extended storing or between use in cold climates, drain all pumped

liquids from pump and flush with antifreeze solution to prevent freezing and

damage to the pump. DO NOT RUN PUMP WITH FROZEN LIQUID (refer to Tech

Bulletin 083).

WARNING

CAT PUMPS (U.K.) LTD.

1 Fleet Business Park, Sandy Lane, Church Crookham

FLEET, Hampshire, GU52 8BF, England

Phone Fleet 44 1252-622031 — Fax 44 1252-626655

e-mail: [email protected]

N.V. CAT PUMPS INTERNATIONAL S. A.

Heiveldekens 6A, B-2550 Kontich, Belgium

Phone 32- 3- 450.71.50 — Fax 32-3- 450.71.51

e-mail: [email protected] www.catpumps.be

CAT PUMPS DEUTSCHLAND GmbH

Buchwiese 2, D-65510 Idstein, Germany

Phone 49 6126-9303 0 — Fax 49 6126-9303 33

e-mail: [email protected] www.catpumps.de

PN 31997 Rev D 3833

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15 & 25PFR PLUNGER PUMP SERVICE MANUAL

15 FRAME SPLIT MANIFOLD

25 FRAME SPLIT MANIFOLD

Optimum performance of the pump is dependent upon the entire liquid system and will be obtained only

with the proper selection, installation of plumbing, and operation of the pump and accessories.

SPECIFICATIONS

: Maximum speci cations refer to individual attributes. It is no t

implied that all maximums can be performed simultaneousl y. If more than one

maximum is considered, check with your CAT PUMP S supplier to con rm the proper

performance and pump selection. Refer to individual pump Data Sheets for complete

speci cations, parts list and exploded view.

LUBRICATION:

Fill crankcase with special CAT PUMP oil per pump speci cations

(15 P F R- 42 oz. , 25P FR-8 4 oz.). DO NOT R UN P UMP WI THO UT OI L IN CR ANK C ASE .

Change initial ll after 50 hours running period. Thereafter, change oil every 3 month s

or 500 hour intervals. Additional lubrication may be required with increased hours

of operation and temperature.

PUMP ROTATION : Pump was designed for forward rotation to allow optimum lubrica-

tion of the crosshead area. Reverse rotation is acceptable if the crankcase oil level

is increased slightly above center dot to assure adequate lubrication.

PULLEY

SELECTION:

Select size of motor pulley required to deliver the desired

ow from Horsepower Requirement and Pulley Selection Chart (refer to Tec h

Bulletin 003 or individual Data Sheet).

MOTOR SELECTION:

The motor or engine driving the pump must be of adequate

horsepower to maintain full RPM when the pump is under load. Select the electric

motor from the Horsepower Requirement Chart according to required pump

discharge

ow, maximum pressure at the pump and drive losses of approximately

3-5% . Consult the manufacturer of gas or diesel engine for selection of the proper

engine size.

MOUNTING:

Mount the pump on a rigid, horizontal surface in a manner to permit

drainage of crankcase oil. An uneven mounting surface will cause extensive

damage to the pump base. To minimize piping stress, use appropriate

hose to inlet and discharge

port s . Use the correct belt; make sure pulleys are

aligned. Excessive belt tension may be harmful to the bearings. Hand rotate pump

before starting to be certain shaft and bearings are free moving.

LOCATION : If the pump is used in extremely dirty or humid conditions, it is recommen d-

ed pump be enclosed. Do not store or operate in excessively high temperatur e

areas or without proper ventilation.

INLET CONDITIONS:

Refer to complete Inlet Condition Check-List

before starting system. DO NOT STARVE

Temperatures above 130°F are permissible. Add 1/2 PSI inlet pressure per eac h

degree F over 130°F. Elastomer or RPM changes may be required. See Tec h

Bulletin 002 or call CAT PUMPS for recommendations.

C. A .T. : Ins tallation of a C. A. T. (C aptive Acce leration Tu be) is recommended in

applications with stre s s ful inlet conditions s uch a s high temperatures , booste r

pump feed, long inlet lines or quick closing valves.

All systems require both a primary pressure regulating device (i.e., regulator, unloader) and a secondary pressure safety relief device (i.e., pop-o valve, safety valve).

Failure to install such relief devices could result in personal injury or damage to the pump or to system components. CAT PUMP S does not assume any liability or responsibilit y

for the operation of a customer's high pressure system

Pijttersen B.V.

Postbus 262,

Transportwei 26, 8501 ZP Joure

The Netherlands

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INSTALLATION AND START-UP INFORMATION

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in this manual

THE PUMP OR RUN DRY .

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Tel.: +31 (0)513-414040

8500 AG Joure

Fax: +31 (0)513-414066

E-mail : [email protected] / [email protected]

Internet : www.pijttersen.nl / www.catpumps.nl

1530, 1531, 1540, 1540E, 1560

2510, 2511

DISCHARGE

CONDITIONS:

OPEN ALL VALVES BEFORE

avoid deadhead overpressure condition and severe damage to the pump or sy

Install a Pulsation Dampenin g device on the discharge head or in the discharge line

as close to the head as possible. Be certain the pulsation dampener (Prrrrr-o-lator) is

properly precharged for the system pressure (refer to individual Data Sheet)

A reliable Pressur e Gaug e should be installed near the discharge outlet of the

high pressure manifold. This is extremely important for adjusting pressure regulating

devices and also for proper sizing of the nozzle or restricting ori ce. The pump is

rated for a maximum pressure; this is the pressur e which would be read at the

discharge manifold of the pump

, NOT AT THE GUN OR NOZZLE.

Use PTFE thread tape or pipe thread sealant (sparingly) to connect accessories or

plumbing. Exercise caution not to wrap tape beyond the last thread to avoid tape

from becoming lodged in the pump or accessories. This condition will cause a mal-

function of the pump or system.

PRESSURE

REGULATION:

All systems require both a primary pressure regulating

device (i.e., regulator, unloader) and a secondary pressure safety relief device (i.e.,

pop-o valve, safety valve). The primary pressure device must be installed on the

discharge side of the pump. The function of the primary pressure regulating device

is to protect the pump from over pressurization, which can be caused by a plugged

or closed o discharge line. Over pressurization can severely damage the pump,

other system components and can cause bodily harm. The secondary safety relief

device must be installed in-line between the primary device and the pump or on

the opposite side of the manifold hea d. This will ensure pressure relief of the

system if the primary regulating device fails. Failure to install such a safely device

will void the warranty on the pump.

When the high pressure system is left running with the trigger gun o , the by-pass

liquid can be routed to drain or to the pump inlet. If routed to the pump inlet, the

by-pas s liqui d ca n quic kl y dev elop exc ess ive heat and result in damage to

the pump . A THERMO

VALVE installed in the by-pass line is recommended to

protect the pump. An AUTO SHUT-OFF ASSEMBLY may also be used.

NOZZLES:

A worn nozz le will result in loss of pres sure. Do not adjust press ure regulat-

ing device to compensate. Replace nozzle and reset regulating device to syste m

pressure.

PUMPED LIQUIDS: Some liquids may require a ush between operations or befor e

storing. For pumping liquids other than water, contact your CA

STORING:

For extended storing or between use in cold climates, drain all pumped

liquids from pump and ush with antifreeze solution to prevent freezing an d

damage to the pump. DO NOT RUN PUMP WITH FROZEN LIQUID (refer to Tech

Bulletin 083).

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Selecting your Triplex High Pressure Positive Displacement, Reciprocating Piston and Plunger Pump

There are three main factors in selecting a high pressure pump that will assure you optimum performance, low maintenance and a strong return on your high pressure pump investment.

  • Selecting for the Application
  • Optimizing your Installation
  • Understanding the Operation

The application or task you are trying to accomplish and the liquid being pumped are primary elements in proper high pressure pump selection. Our Application section and our Compatibility Chart are two guides to help determine which high pressure pump to select and the best liquid-end construction for your application.

Available electric power, noise and emission restrictions, portability, inlet conditions, and operating atmosphere are necessary installation considerations when selecting your high pressure pump. Review our articles before installing your high pressure pump.

The duty cycle [intermittent or continuous-duty] the frequency and duration of cycles, the handling of by-pass, the temperature of the liquid, the accessories to set system pressure and monitor performance and establishing a routine maintenance program are all important factors in the operation of your high pressure pump.

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