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Istruzioni per l'uso Franklin, Modello TB1CI

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DISCHARGE PIPE SIZES FOR INSTALLATION When the pump is located at a distance from points of water use, it is necessary to increase the discharge pipe size in order to reduce friction loss. The friction loss in a system increases: 1.) As the flow rate increases 2.) As the piping size decreases Consult included Turf Boss performance tables (Appendix III) and friction loss tables (Appendix IV) to determine the amount of head lost for a given application. A. Suction Port Connection (Figure 4) Step 1: Attach the foot valve or well point to pipe assembly and lower pipe and foot valve until it is at least five feet below the water level. If you are using a well, temporarily clamp the pipe to the well casing to prevent the pipe from sliding into the well. If well is in a 4" or 6" casing, use a well seal at the surface. Never use a suction pipe size smaller than the size of the suction port on the pump. Step 2: Connect the necessary elbows, fittings, check valves, and pipe from the water to the pump suction port on front of pump. When using PVC, preassemble pipe and fittings to the pump BEFORE applying PVC cement to ensure proper cuts and inventory. Use teflon tape on all male threads, wrapping clockwise (when facing pipe) 1 to 2 layers thick. Tighten all threaded pipe fittings until snug. DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN PIPE AND FITTINGS!! Tighten joints hand tight plus 1/2 turn with pipe wrench. B. Discharge Port Connections (Figure 5) Step 1: Thread male adapter or pipe nipple into discharge port on top of pump. (Use teflon tape on thread) Figure 5 PRIMING PORT 1-1/2" SUCTION PORT DRAIN PLUG 1-1/2" DISCHARGE PORT Step 2: Connect pipe between the sprinkler manifold and the pump discharge. Discharge pipe size should increase with long pipe runs. Discharge pipe size may equal discharge port size for distances up to 100'. Increase discharge pipe size by one size for distances of 100' to 300'. For 300' to 600', increase pipe size by two sizes. This will reduce pressure loss caused by friction. Step 3: Tighten all threaded pipe connections with pipe wrench until snug. Do not over tighten. 1-1/2” GALVANIZED PIPE WELL POINT CHECK VALVE 1-1/2” RIDGED PVC PIPE 1-1/2 RIDGED PVC PIPE 1-1/2” PVC ADAPTER 1-1/2” FOOT VALVE 1-1/2” PVC ELBOW WELL SEAL WELL POINT INSTALLATION1-1/2” DISCHARGE PORT 1-1/2” GALVANIZED PIPE WELL POINT 1-1/2” PVC ELBOW MULTIPLE WELL POINT INSTALLATION CHECK VALVE TO PUMP TO SPRINKLER SYSTEM PRIMING PORT 1-1/2” SUCTION PORT DRAIN PLUG 1-1/2” PVC ELBOW Figure 4 INSTALLATION RECORDS To keep an accurate record of your installation, be sure to fill out the data below: Date of Installation: Model No. Depth of Well (ft): Depth to Water (ft): Inside diameter of Well: Suction Pipe Size: Suction pipe length (ft): Discharge pipe length (ft): Motor: HP: Volts: Wire gauge size: ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION WARNING WARNING Hazardous voltage can shock, burn or cause death. CAUTION If you are not sure of proper electrical connections, consult a licensed electrician. CAUTION Improper wiring can result in permanent damage to the motor. All electrical wiring should meet the local electrical code. NOTICE READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS! • Pump connection must comply with National Electric Code (NEC) or Canadian Electric Code (CEC), and all applicable local codes. • All dual voltage units come factory preset for 230 volts. (Figure 3) • Disconnect power at electrical panel before making any electrical connections. • Supply voltage must be +/- 10% of motor nameplate voltage. Low or high voltage can damage the motor and will void the warranty. • If possible, connect pump to dedicated branch circuit with no other appliances on it. • Do not operate pump unless pump is grounded DUAL VOLTAGE ADJUSTMENT NOTE: To change the motor voltage(Figure 6) unplug the dual voltage connector on the motor and reconnect it in the position required to match the available electrical system. The motor can be set for 115 volts or 230 volts, except for 2 hp modles which are 230 volts only. The voltage setting of the motor can be determined by looking at the alignment of the arrow on the plug and the arrow on the motor terminal board (located under the motor’s end cover). Any questions as to which voltage setting is required for proper motor and pump operation in your system should be directed to an electrical professional. The factory preset is 230 volts. 230V115V230V115V115V 230V Figure 6 Wiring Installation NOTICE: Check motor terminal cover or nameplate for wiring instructions. The essential pump motor facts are as follows: 1.) 3450 RPM 2.) Single Phase 3.) Dual Voltage, 115/230 on 1 and 1-1/2 HP; 230 V only on 2 HP motors. 4.) 1/2, 3/4, 1, and 1-1/2 Horsepower motors are wired for 230 volts as a factory standard. Step 1: Remove motor access cover at back of motor. Step 2: Feed the grounding wire (green or bare copper) through the electrical conduit port in the side of the motor. First connect the ground wire then connect the power supply wires. Attach the ground...

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