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MT 180: Assembly & Maintenance Exercise: Centrifugal Pump

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Assembly & Maintenance Exercise: Centrifugal Pump

Assembly & Maintenance Exercise: Centrifugal Pump Assembly & Maintenance Exercise: Centrifugal Pump

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Technical Description 
 
Centrifugal pumps are in widespread use, and are deployed primarily in the pumping of water. Their applications include use in shipbuilding, the process industries and in water supply systems. They are compact and relatively simple in design. The water is conveyed by centrifugal force generated by the rotation of the pump impeller. Standard pumps are - as the term suggests – standard items. As a result they are relatively inexpensive to purchase and maintain. In the lifecycle of a pump, maintenance and repair work is usually required as in many cases pumps are not considered as pure replacement items.
The MT 180 practice kit forms part of the GUNT assembly, maintenance and repair practice line designed for training at technical colleges and in company training centres. A close link between theory and practice is key to the learning content. The practice kit is ideally suited to project based learning with a particular emphasis on ‘hands-on’ work. Independent working by the students is assisted and encouraged. Learning in a small team offers a useful learning format.
MT 180 enables a typical standard centrifugal pump to be assembled and maintained. Students become familiar with all the pump components and their modes of operation. The parts are clearly laid out in a tool box. Systematic assembly and disassembly of a pump is practiced.

The accompanying material details the individual steps involved in the exercise, and provides additional information on the areas of application, mode of operation and design of the pump.
Note: If you want to test the pump under actual operating conditions, talk to us - we have a solution for you.
 
Learning Objectives / Experiments

- Design and function of a centrifugal pump and its
  components
- Assembly and disassembly for maintenance and
  repair purposes
- Replacing components (e.g. seals or bearings)
- Troubleshooting, fault assessment
- Planning and assessment of maintenance and
  repair operations
- Reading and understanding engineering drawings
  and operating instructions
 
Features
 
* Practical exercise on the assembly and maintenance
  of a standard centrifugal pump1
* Comprehensive and well-structured instructional
  material

Specification

[1] Learning concept for maintenance and repair exercises on a single-stage, normally primed standard centrifugal pump with a spiral housing
[2] Pump according to DIN 24255
[3] Enclosed pump impeller with 5 blades, designed for pure liquids
[4] Pump shaft sealing, based on the gland principle
[5] 2 assembly aids and a complete tool set
[6] Pump parts and tools housed in a sheet-steel tool box
[7] The practice kit forms part of the GUNT assembly, maintenance and repair practice line

Technical Data
Single-stage centrifugal pump
- power consumption: max. 1.1kW
- max. flow rate: 19m³/h
- max. head: 25m
- speed: 3000rpm
- intake connection: DN 50
- delivery connection: DN 32
- housing and impeller: grey cast iron
 
Dimensions and Weight
l x w x h : 690 x 360 x 312 mm (box)
Weight : approx. 35 kg

Scope of Delivery
1 complete set of standard centrifugal pump parts
1 set of tools, consisting of:
- 2 combination wrenches size 13, 17
- 1 double-ended box spanner size 24/26 with tommy
  bar
- 1 bearing puller, three-arm
- 1 slotted screwdriver, 5.5
- 1 soft-faced hammer
- 2 assembly aids for assembly / disassembly of
  bearings
1 set of replacement parts, consisting of:
- 1 flat seal
- 1 gland packing
1 sheet-steel tool box with compartment insert and
  foam inlay
1 set of instructional material, consisting of:
- technical description of system, complete set of
  drawings with individual parts and parts list,
  description of maintenance and repair processes,
  suggested exercises
- 1 operator's manual for the industrial pump
 
Order Details
051.18000  MT 180  Assembly & Maintenance
                     Exercise: Centrifugal Pump

Alternative products
 
HM 365.11 -- Centrifugal Pump Module
MT 110.02 -- Assembly Exercise: Spur Wheel / Worm Gear Mechanism
MT 140.02 -- Assembly Exercise: Piston Compressor
MT 152 -- Assembly Exersise: Spur Gear
MT 154 -- Assembly Exercise: Globe Valve
MT 156 -- Assembly Exercise: Gate Valve and Angle Seat Valve
MT 171 -- Assembly Exercise: Hydrodynamic Journal Bearing
MT 181 -- Assembly & Maintenance Exercise: Multi-Stage Centrifugal Pump
MT 182 -- Assembly & Maintenance Exercise: Screw Pump
MT 183 -- Assembly & Maintenance Exercise: Diaphragm Pump
MT 184 -- Assembly & Maintenance Exercise: Piston Pump
MT 185 -- Assembly & Maintenance Exercise: In-Line Centrifugal Pump
MT 186 -- Assembly & Maintenance Exercise: Gear Pump

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