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MISSIONTM CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS Magnum™, 2500 Supreme™, Magnum™ XP, Sandmaster™

MissionTM Centrifugal Pumps

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The Evolution During the 1950’s the Mission® 1780 type “W” pumps were introduced to replace duplex pumps while creating the first low pressure mud system. The use of a high quality concentric type centrifugal pump allowed abrasive fluids to be mixed and transferred while reducing initial and maintenance costs for the drilling industry. The low-pressure mud system with Mission 1780 Type “W” centrifugal pumps became the industry standard. As well depths increased so did the need for heavier mud weights. When the mud weight began exceeding 14 ppg the need for a pump that could withstand greater horsepower loads arose. During the 1970’s Mission organized a design team that engineered the Mission Magnum. The Magnum was designed to have the same footprint, flange locations, and drive shaft diameter as the 1780 “W”. This allowed a 1780 to be replaced by a Magnum without any skid modifications. The Magnums were engineered with a 2 1/2” shaft (3” between the bearings), double row bearings with an engineered life of over 2 years at 200 HP, larger impellers and heavier frames. The Magnum allowed drilling contractors to upgrade their centrifugal pumps and mix heavier fluids. The National Oilwell Mission centrifugal pump line has proven to be the best centrifugal design for handling abrasive mud. This pump line offers a broad selection of innovative features for a variety of routine, demanding, abrasive and corrosive applications. These pumps are designed for a wide range of flow rates, from a few gallons per minute to thousands of gallons per minute. National Oilwell is dedicated to continual improvement of our product line and offering innovative solutions to service our customers. Included in this manual are quality National Oilwell products that have been designed to meet your needs. The future is being defined and the solution is available from National Oilwell.

This catalog has been divided into eight major sections. Each section has been color coded for convenience.

Mission Magnum & 2500 Supreme Pumps

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Sandmaster, Vortex and Magnum XP Pumps

15-18

Shear Pumps

19-20

Pump Sizing Information

21-26

Pump Performance Curves

27-45

Dimensional Data

46-51

Piping Recommendations

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Related Equipment

54-55

Close Coupled Centrifugal Pumps

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Conversion Table

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The pictures, photographs, charts, diagrams, drawings, written comments and specifications contained herein are not to be construed as giving rise to any warranty on the part of Mission, a product of National Oilwell. Mission makes no warranty, either expressed or implied, beyond that stipulated in the Mission Standard Terms and Conditions of Sale.

Mission Magnum and 2500 Supreme Pumps Features of the Magnum®, 2500 SupremeTM, and Sandmaster® Pumps Each pump contains the finest materials, engineering and craftsmanship available in the industry. Described are like features of these pump lines and unique features are described on the following pages. National Oilwell utilizes unique design features developed for slurries. Three major differences from most pump designs include the concentric casing, wider impellers and increased re-circulation areas. Each feature contributes to reducing wear when handling abrasive fluids.

Concentric Casing

Volute Casing

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Thicker, Stronger, Concentric Casing All of the pumps feature a concentric casing that is an average of 37% thicker than conventional pump casings, and up to 50% thicker for the larger, mud pumping models. They are pressure rated at 1.5 times the flange rating and are designed with a 1/8” erosion allowance. The concentric style casing has proven to offer the greatest pump life and reduced downtime. The walls of a concentric style casing are an equal distance from the impeller throughout the impeller circumference, which results in a smooth flow pattern. A volute style casing has a cutwater point that disturbs the fluid flow pattern creating an eddy. The concentric casing eliminates vibration, turbulence and aeration that is caused by the cutwater point in conventional volute pumps. It also reduces the high bearing loads and shaft deflection even at near shutoff flows.

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Wider Impeller, Increased Re-circulation Area National Oilwell’s impeller design has wider vanes at the tip which decreases the velocity of the fluid exiting the impeller. This eliminates the abrasive jetting effect that is present with narrow impellers. The distance between the impeller tip and the casing is greater resulting in an increased re-circulation area. Lower velocity rates and increased re-circulation areas allow the exiting fluid to blend with the re-circulating fluid reducing turbulence and wear. The entrance shape of the impeller vanes is more tangential to the circumference of the suction creating a smoother flow pattern. Smooth flow is crucial when handling abrasive fluids.

Wide Tipped Impeller

ANSI Style Impeller

Heavy-duty Shaft The shaft is much larger in diameter than conventional pump shafts for heavy-duty performance, minimum deflection and increased operating life of the seal or packing. With a 2 1/2” diameter at the seal area and 3” diameter between the bearings these pumps can be direct connected or belt driven. The shaft area under the packing is protected by a replaceable, hook type sleeve with one end free to expand with temperature variation. This sleeve can be replaced in the field without shaft removal.

Highest Quality Bearings Advanced front and rear bearing design reduces both radial and thrust loads. The outboard bearing is a duplex set of angular contact bearings with high thrust load capabilities and zero endplay. This bearing set features 24 large balls that are preloaded so that each bearing carries an equal load. National Oilwell utilizes an inboard bearing that is a single row roller bearing with high radial load capabilities. This bearing was selected to replace the previously utilized double row bearing due to its engineered bearing life of over 2.2 times the L10 life of previously utilized double row ball bearings. Bearing Lubrication Options Oil or grease lubrication is available. Grease lubrication is the factory standard. Oil lubrication is recommended for pump speeds in excess of 2400 RPM. Oil lubricated pumps must be maintained in a horizontal level position.

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Mechanical Seal Options A type I single tungsten carbide vs. tungsten carbide mechanical seal is standard. Tungsten carbide has proven itself as a highly abrasive resistant material with a Ph range of 7 to 14. For applications with a lower Ph level the silicon carbide vs. silicon carbide mechanical seal is recommended with its Ph range from 0-14. Both mechanical seals are lubricated by the fluid being transferred and require the pump to remain primed during operation. When the pump is subject to high temperature fluids, oil base muds with low aniline points, running dry or extremely abrasive fluids the OlympiaTM cartridge type double mechanical seal is the solution. Utilizing a barrier fluid between the two seals ensures the seal faces remain lubricated even when the pump is run dry. The fluid being transferred has virtually no effect on the seal since the barrier fluid is in contact with the seal faces. Another benefit of the double seal is the ability to remove the cartridge from the pump and then place it back into operation. This allows the stuffing box to be replaced without requiring a new mechanical seal.

Type I Mechanical Seal

OlympiaTM Double Mechanical Seal

Custom mechanical seal options can be provided for specific applications. Centrifugal Equipped with Olympia Seal

Stuffing Box with Dual Bolt Holes

Versatile Stuffing Box An easily removable stuffing box allows these pumps to be customized to meet customer needs. The different options available are stuffing boxes to accommodate: • Shaft packing • Single mechanical seal • OlympiaTM Double mechanical seal with barrier fluid The packed box has a tapped opening to the lantern ring to allow grease lubrication or a flush line to be attached. Dual stuffing box bolts are positioned 180 degrees apart to hold the stuffing box in position during casing removal. When only one stuffing box bolt is used the stuffing box remains in position on one side while the other side moves with the casing, causing the casing to bind and make removal difficult.

Casing Jack Bolts Casing jack bolts are an added feature to the Magnum and 2500 Supreme pump lines. Jack bolts allow the casing to be mechanically removed eliminating the need for pry bars or striking the casing during maintenance. This feature simplifies maintenance and eliminates damage to the casing and pedestal during disassembly.

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Solid Frame Base The solid frame base strengthens the pump and eliminates broken feet that occur with pumps equipped with a split base.

Fluid End Materials Various fluid end materials are available that allow these pumps to be utilized for a variety of applications. Standard pumps are supplied with a hard iron fluid end but can be upgraded to stainless steel, aluminum bronze, MagnachromeTM, or Supreme Hard. These materials are available for select sizes and can be purchased as a complete or fitted fluid end. Magnachome material is a proprietary material exclusive to National Oilwell and is formulated specifically for its high abrasion resistant qualities. Magnachrome is approximately 3 times harder than Hard Iron. The Supreme Hard material is approximately 2 times harder than Hard Iron.

Technical Support and Parts Availability With locations and distributors throughout the world, National Oilwell ensures our customers can obtain technical assistance and pump parts in a timely manner. Engineering support, literature and electronic manuals are available to help properly size and service equipment.

Superior Packaging and Labeling All parts are properly packaged to protect the equipment during shipping. The material is clearly marked to allow our customers to ensure they are getting OEM manufactured parts and allow packers and service hands to confirm they have the correct equipment without having to open the packaging and expose the equipment to external elements.

Magnum & 2500 Supreme National Oilwell is dedicated to providing a full line of products to meet the needs of our customers. Realizing customer needs and priorities may differ, National Oilwell provides two separate pump lines with like operating and dimensional characteristics. Following are the unique features of the Magnum and 2500 Supreme.

Magnum*

2500 Supreme*

Open impeller design that lowers axial thrust loads and is equipped with an anti-loosening impeller lock bolt to ensure the pump is not damaged if run in reverse. (Anti-spin bolt is not available on 3x2x13 models)

Semi Open impeller design that reduces the amount of solids that enter the stuffing box extending the life of the mechanical seal or packing and the life of the stuffing box. (Available on 5x4x14 – 10x8x14 models)

Lip seals and exclusion seal to retain lubricants and protect bearings from external contamination.

Labyrinth seals to offer maximum bearing protection from external contamination. Labyrinth seals rotate with the shaft eliminating shaft wear.

Fluid end parts available with Magnachrome corrosive and abrasive resistant material. Magnachrome impellers have a 400 Brinell hardness and Magnachrome casings and stuffing boxes feature a 600 Brinell hardness.

Fluid end parts available with Supreme Hard material that has a 400 Brinell hardness. The standard impeller, casing wear pad and stuffing box are Ductile Iron to ensure even wear characteristics.

One piece casing

Casing provided with replaceable casing wear pad on 4x3x13 – 10x8x14 models.

*The Magnum and 2500 Supreme are available through select distributors.

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Magnum Features 1 Thick, strong concentric casing provides extended life over conventional volute designs. The concentric design minimizes turbulence and abrasive wear. 2 Wide open-vane impeller creates lower axial thrust for improved bearing life. 3 Casing gasket recessed for protection. 4 Replaceable stuffing-box cover with dual stuffing box bolts 5 Optional stuffing boxes available for single and double mechanical seal applications and can be configured for flush lines. 6 Long-life no-adjustment mechanical seal available for near zero leakage. 7 Replaceable shaft sleeve prevents shaft wear. 8 Single row roller bearings for increased bearing life. 9 Oil lubrication for bearings available upon request and recommended for pump speeds in excess of 2400 RPM. 10 Duplex angular contact bearings eliminate shaft end play and increases bearing and seal life.

11 Lip and exclusion seals for bearing protection 12 Optional flanged bearing housing available for hydraulic drive 13 External adjustment of impeller clearance extends pump performance life. 14 Large heavy-duty shaft reduces deflection for longer life of packing and mechanical seals. 15 Solid base offering rigidity and strength 16 Casing jack bolts simplify casing removal 17 Easily accessible front access drain, when requested. 18 Back vanes reduce collection of solids at stuffing box and reduce box pressure. 19 Smooth impeller eye for minimum turbulence and higher efficiency. 20 Anti-loosening impeller lock bolt to eliminate pump damage in case of improper motor hook-up. 21 Full pipe diameter entrance for minimum turbulence and maximum efficiency.

See pages 27-40 for pump performance curves See page 46 for dimensional data

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2500 Supreme Features 1 Thick, strong concentric casing with replaceable casing wear pad provides extended life over conventional volute designs. The concentric design minimizes turbulence and abrasive wear. The wear pad allows the casing to be repaired at a lower cost than replacing the entire casing. 2 Wide semi open impeller creates lower axial thrust for improved bearing life. The semi open design reduces the concentration of solids behind the impeller extending the life of the mechanical seal or packing and stuffing box. 3 Casing gasket recessed for protection. 4 Replaceable stuffing-box cover with dual stuffing box bolts. 5 Optional stuffing-boxes available for single and double mechanical seal applications and can be configured for flush lines. 6 Long-life no-adjustment mechanical seal available for near zero leakage. 7 Replaceable shaft sleeve prevents shaft wear. 8 Single row roller bearings for increased bearing life. 9 Oil lubrication for bearings available upon request and recommended for pump speeds in excess of 2400 RPM.

10 Duplex angular contact bearings eliminate shaft end play and increases bearing and seal life. 11 Labyrinth seals for maximum bearing protection are standard. Lip seals are recommended for oil-lubricated pumps. 12 Optional flanged bearing housing available for hydraulic drive. 13 External adjustment of impeller clearance extends pump performance life. 14 Large supreme-duty shaft reduces deflection for longer life of packing and mechanical seals. 15 Solid base offering rigidity and strength. 16 Casing jack bolts simplify casing removal. 17 Replaceable casing wear pad. 18 Easy accessible front access drain. 19 Back vanes reduce collection of solids at stuffing box and reduce box pressure. 20 Smooth impeller eye for minimum turbulence and higher efficiency. 21 Full pipe diameter entrance for minimum turbulence and maximum efficiency.

See pages 27-40 for pump performance curves See page 46 for dimensional data

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Description Casing Gasket, Casing Nut, Casing Stud, Casing Plug, Casing Drain Plug, Flush Line Impeller Seal, Impeller Washer, Impeller Bolt, Impeller Lock Stuffing Box, Mech. Seal Stuffing Box, Packed Bolt, Stuffing Box Grease Fitting Gland Assy., Packing Seal, Mechanical Packing, Shaft Bolt Assy, Gland Shaft Sleeve, Shaft (M.S. Pump) Sleeve, Shaft (Pack Pump) Key, Shaft Seal, Shaft Sleeve Deflector Assembly Frame, Grease Lubricated Plug, Oil Drain Plug, Oil Fill Plug, Frame Drain Breather Oiler Assembly Dip Stick Bolt, Casing Jack Cover, Inboard Bearing Gasket, I.B. Brg. Cover Oil Seal, I.B. Brg. Cover Bolt, I.B. Brg. Cover Stl Stl Iron Vegetable Fiber Buna-n Stl

Material Hard Iorn Vellumoid Stl Stl Stl Iron Hard Iorn Viton Stl Stl Hard Iorn Hard Iorn Stl Stl Bronze Tungsten Carbide Graphite/Acrylic Stl AISI 4140 416SS 416SS/Ceramic 416ss Viton Bronze Cast Iron Iron Iron Iron Stl

Item Qty Part Number Process # 10E 2 3932-2 601408560 10F 1 20620-01 648408409 10G 1 21641-01 661010033 10H 1 648411908 11 1 N/A 661009010 12 1 20624-01-01 644308504 12A 1 7496-253 648402295 12B 4 3861-138 648401057 12C 2 3932-62 658404702 13 1 20617-01-01 641103296 13A 1 661010020 13B 1 7496-26 072200017 13C 1 20619-02 648408359 13D 2 3861-139 648401081 14 1 N/A 648408201S 14A 1 6124-4 648402105 14B 1 6123-4 648402055 Casings - Includes Studs, Nuts & Gasket 1* 1 19203-01-30A 641101753 1* 1 19205-01-30A 641101902 1* 1 19222-01-30A 641102058 1* 1 19122-01-30A 641101456 1* 1 19123-01-30A 641101605 1* 1 19763-01-30A 641102157 1* 1 19117-01-30A 641101308 1* 1 20937-01-30A 641102322 Impellers 2* 1 19204-XX-30 Varies 2* 1 19206-XX-30 Varies 2* 1 19224-XX-30 Varies 2* 1 19121-XX-30 Varies 2* 1 19121-XX-30 Varies 2* 1 19121-XX-30 Varies 2* 1 19116-A0-30 Varies 2* 1 21867-XX-30 Varies

Material Stl Buna-n Stl Stl Vendor Iron Buna-n Stl Stl Iron Stl Buna-n Buna-n Stl Vendor Stl Stl Hard Iron Hard Iron Hard Iron Hard Iron Hard Iron Hard Iron Hard Iron Hard Iron Hard Iron Hard Iron Hard Iron Hard Iron Hard Iron Hard Iron Hard Iron Hard Iron

Description Nut, I.B. Brg. Cover Exclusion Seal, I.B. Brg. Cvr. Grease Fitting Grease Fitting Bearing, Inboard Housing, O.B. Bearing Seal, O.B. Brg Housing Bolts, O.B. Brg. Housing Nut, O.B. Brg. Housing Jam Cover, O.B. Bearing Grease Zerk, O.B. Brg. Cvr. O-ring, O.B. Bearing Cover Oil Seal, O.B. Brg. Cover Bolt, O.B. Brg. Cover Bearing, O.B. (2 Req’d) Lockwasher, O.B. Bearing Locknut, O.B. Bearing Casing, 3x2x13 Casing, 4x3x13 Casing, 5x4x14 Casing, 6x5x11 Casing, 6x5x14 Casing, 8x6x11 Casing, 8x6x14 Casing, 10x8x14 Impeller, 3x2x13 Impeller, 4x3x13 Impeller, 5x4x14 Impeller, 6x5x11 Impeller, 6x5x14 Impeller, 8x6x11 Impeller, 8x6x14 Impeller, 10x8x14

XX - Impeller Code - First X equals diameter of impeller in inches minus 4. Therefore 10” = 6, 9”= 5, 8”=4, etc… 14” use letter A. Second X equals frational data in 1/8’s. Therefore 1/8” = 1, 1/4” = 2, 1/2” = 4, etc…Thus a 10.5” impeller is coded as 64, a 12” impeller is coded as 80, a 13.25” impeller is coded as 92 etc… Notes: * - Casings, Impellers and Stuffing Boxes are also available as Stainless Steel, Aluminum Bronze or Magnachrome - See local dealer for Part Numbers. # - Used for pumps equipped with mechanical seal only. & - Used for pumps equipped with packing only. ! - Used for oil lubricated pumps only. ~ - Packing available in various materials - standard material shown

Magnum Parts List Item Qty Part Number Process # 1* 1 See Below See Below 1A 1 10399-46-1 648403012 1B 12 3932-61 648402014 1C 12 3862-76 648401115 1D 1 8505-04-01 86485503 1E 1 8505-04-01 646400507 2* 1 See Below See Below 2A 1 19110-72 648405082 2B 1 7300239 2C 1 7415648 3*# 1 22223-01-30 641116157 3*& 1 20614-01-30 643365042 3A 2 3861-117 648401016 3B& 1 19368-01 601499403 4 1 20622A 641103338 5A# 1 22451-1 648414308 5A~ 1 25014-04M-B 661007005 6 2 B3701A 601102494 7 1 20612-02-33 646490557 7A# 1 20943-21 641102182 7A& 1 20613-21G-7A 641102181 7B 1 4372-5-21 601212392 7C 1 23444-01-72 648415156 8 1 22210-1A 641116108 9 1 20618-12-1 644302499 9A! 1 8505-05 601474737 9B! 1 18471 648403608 9C 1 8505-05 601474737 9D 1 8267-01 601473689 9E 1 8478-3 601174584 9F! 1 A 662014131 662014131 9G 3 2538-1H 10A 1 20626 644303109 10B 1 20625 648408706 10C 1 20619-01 648408300 10D 2 3861-1 601407505

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Parts List Process # Description See Below Casing, Includes 1 thru 1E 648403012 Gasket, Casing 3932-61H Nut, Casing 648401115 Stud, Casing See Below Wear Pad, Includes stds, nuts & gskt 601474703 Plug, Casing Drain See Below Impeller 648405082 Seal, Impeller 22223H Stuffing box, Mech. Seal 20614H Stuffing Box, Packed 3861-117 Bolt, Stuffing box 19368-1H Grease Fitting 20622AH Gland Assy., Packing 22451K Seal, Mechanical 648402600 Packing, Shaft 601102494 BOLT,GLAND 646490557 Shaft 646492505 Sleeve, Shaft (M.S. Pump) 646490656 Sleeve, Shaft (Pack Pump) 601212392 Key, Shaft 648415156 Seal, Shaft Sleeve 641116108 Deflector Assembly 17444H Frame, Grease Lubricated 8505-1 Plug, Oil Drain 601474703 Plug, Oil 601474737 Plug, Frame Drain H8267-1 601473689 Breather H2565-1 2565-1H Plug, Oil Fill H2539-3 2539-3H Dip Stick H2538-1 2538-1H Bolt, Casing Jack H17950 17950H Cover, Inboard Bearing H20625 648408706 Gasket, I.B. Brg. Cover H2564-4 2564-4H Labyrinth Seal, IB Brg Cvr H3861-1 3861-1H Bolt, I.B. Brg. Cover 661010033 Grease Fitting N/A 661009010 Bearing, Inboard H20624-01-01 20624H Housing, O.B. Bearing

Supreme Part Number See Below 10399-46-1 3932-61 H2507-3 See Below 8505-2H See Below H19110-72 H22223-01-30 H20614-01-30 H3861-117 19368-1H H20622-4A H22451-1A 8264-24-OB 20629 H20612-02-33 H20613-21A H20613-21G-7A H4372-5-21 23444-01-72 22210-1A H17444 H8505-1 8505-2H Stl AISI 4140 416SS 416SS/Ceramic 416ss Viton Bronze Cast Iron Iron Iron Iron Stl Plastic Stl Stl Iron Vegetable Fiber Buna-n Stl Stl Vendor Iron

Stl Hard Iron Viton Ductile Hard Iorn Ductile Hard Iorn Stl Stl Stainless Steel Tungsten Carbide

Material Hard Iron Vellumoid Stainless Steel Stl Item Qty Part Number Process # Description 12A 1 H7496-253 648402295 Seal, O.B. Brg Housing 12B 4 H3861-138 3861-138 Bolts, O.B. Brg. Housing 12C 2 H3932-62 658404702 Nut, O.B. Brg. Housing Jam 13 1 H20617A 20617H Cover, O.B. Bearing 13A 1 661010020 Grease Zerk, O.B. Brg. Cvr. 13B 1 H7496-26 072200017 O-ring, O.B. Bearing Cover 13C 1 H2564-3 2564-3H Labyrinth Seal, O.B. Brg. Cvr. 13D 2 H3861-139 3861-139-4 Bolt, O.B. Brg. Cover 14 2 H20616-1S 648408201S Bearing, O.B. (2 Req'd) 14A 1 H6124-4 648402105 Lockwasher, O.B. Bearing 14B 1 H6123-4 648402055 Lucknut, O.B. Bearing Casings - Includes Studs, Nuts & Gasket 1* 1 H19203-01-30A 19203AH Casing, 3x2x13 1* 1 H19205-01-30A 19205AH Casing, 4x3x13,w/ wear pad 1* 1 H19222-01-30A 19222AH Casing, 5x4x14,w/ wear pad 1* 1 H19122-01-30A 19122AH Casing, 6x5x11,w/ wear pad 1* 1 H19123-01-30A 19123AH Casing, 6x5x14,w/ wear pad 1* 1 H19763-01-30A 19763AH Casing, 8x6x11,w/ wear pad 1* 1 H19117-01-30A 19117AH Casing, 8x6x14,w/ wear pad 1* 1 H20937-01-30A 20937AH Casing, 10x8x14,w/ wear pad Impellers and Casing Wear Pads 2* 1 H19204-XX-30 Varies Impeller, 3x2x13 Open 2* 1 H19206-XX-30 Varies Impeller, 4x3x13 Open 2* 1 H2523-XX-30 Varies Impeller, 5x4x14 Semi Open 2* 1 H2524-XX-30 Varies Impeller, 6x5x11 Semi Open 2* 1 H2524-XX-30 Varies Impeller, 6x5x14 Semi Open 2* 1 H2524-XX-30 Varies Impeller, 8x6x11 Semi Open 2* 1 H2525-A0-30 Varies Impeller, 8x6x14 Semi Open 2* 1 H2526-XX-30 Varies Impeller, 10x8x14 Semi Open 1E 1 H2501-01-30A 2501-37AH Wear Pad, 4X3X13 Casing 1E 1 H2502-01-30A 2502-37AH Wear Pad, 5X4X14 Casing 1E 1 H2503-01-30A 2503-37AH Wear Pad, 6X5X11 Casing 1E 1 H2504-01-30A 2504-37AH Wear Pad, 6X5X14 Casing 1E 1 H2505-01-30A 2505-37AH Wear Pad, 8X6X11 Casing 1E 1 H2506-01-30A 2506-37AH Wear Pad, 8X6X14 Casing 1E 1 H2527-01-30A 2527-37AH Wear Pad, 10X8X14 Casing

XX - Imp. Code - First X equals diameter of impeller in inches minus 4. Therefore 10” = 6, 9”= 5, 8”=4, etc…14” use letter A. Second X equals frational data in 1/8's. Therefore 1/8” = 1, 1/4” = 2, 1/2” = 4, etc…Thus a 10.5” impeller is coded as 64 Notes: * - Casings, Imp. & Stuff Boxes are available as Supreme Hard or Aluminum Bronze # - Used for pumps equipped with mechanical seal only. & - Used for pumps equipped with packing only. ! - Used for oil lubricated pumps only. ~ - Packing available in various materials - standard material shown

2500 Item Qty 1* 1 1A 1 1B 12 1C 12 1D* 1 1E 1 2* 1 2A 1 3*# 1 3*& 1 3A 2 3B& 1 4 2 5A# 1 5B~ 1 6 2 7 1 7A# 1 7A& 1 7B 1 7C 1 8 1 9 1 9A! 1 9B! 1 9C 1 9D 1 9E 1 9F! 1 9G 2 10A 1 10B 1 10C 1 10D 2 10E 1 11 1 12 1 Ductile Hard Iron Ductile Hard Iron Ductile Hard Iron Ductile Hard Iron Ductile Hard Iron Ductile Hard Iron Ductile Hard Iron Ductile Hard Iron Ductile Hard Iron Ductile Hard Iron Ductile Hard Iron Ductile Hard Iron Ductile Hard Iron Ductile Hard Iron Ductile Hard Iron

Hard Iron Hard Iron Hard Iron Hard Iron Hard Iron Hard Iron Hard Iron Hard Iron

Material Buna-n Stl Stl Ductile Iron Stl Buna-n Buna-n Stainless Steel Vendor Stl Stl

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Vertical Magnum Parts List Parts Common to all Vertical Magnums Item Quantity Part Number Description 1 1 662014039 Pump-Base 6 1 648414308 Mechanical Seal 7 12 648401115 Casing studs 8 12 648402014 Casing Nuts 11 1 648403012 Casing Gasket 15 1 643367048 Mech Seal Stuffing Box 19 1 662010051 Impeller Anti-rotation Bolt 20 1 Contact Factory Electric Motor 22 1 641103338 Packing Gland 23 1 661007023 Back-up Packing 24 & 25 2 601102494 Gland Bolts 26 1 648405082 Impeller O-ring 27 8 601482417 Set Screw 28 1 646400507 Casing Drain plug 29 1 7618024 Anti-Spin Bolt Washer Not Shown 2 648401016 Stuffing Box Bolts

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Parts Specific by Pump Size Item # 2 3 5 Casing Assy. H.I. (1) Base Includes Pump Companion studs, nuts, Suction Size Flange (1) and gasket Elbow (1) 3x2x13 662014044 641101753 665002001 4x3x13 662014043 641101902 665002002 5x4x14 662014042 641102058 665002003 6x5x11 662014041 641101456 665002004 6x5x14 662014041 641101605 665002004 8x6x11 662014040 641102157 665002005 8x6x14 662014040 641101308 665002005 10x8x14 641102322

Parts Specific by Motor Item # 4 14 Motor Outboard Motor Motor Shaft Sleeve Frame Adapter (1) (1) 215JP 662014045 662013010 254JP 662014045 662013010 256JP 662014045 662013010 284JP 662014055 662013010 286JP 662014055 662013010 324JP 662014055 662013010 326JP 662014055 662013010 364JP 662014055 662013012 365JP 662014055 662013012 404TCZ 662014055 662013012 405TCZ 662014055 662013012 444TCZ 662014055 662013012

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Suction Flange Nut 648402014 648402014 648402014 648402014 648402014 648402014 648402014

Suction Flange Stud 601408305 601408305 648401115 648401115 648401115 648401115 648401115

Suction Flange Gaskets (2) 601475189 601475346 601475254 601475338 601475338 601475320 601475320

H.I. Impeller (1) (P/N varies by diameter) 641215603 641217005 641217831 641211602 641212105 641211602 641209903 641221007

Base Flange Nut 601408552 601408552 601408552 601408552 601408552 601408552 601408552 601408552

Base Flange Stud 601208285 601208285 601208285 601208285 601208285 601208285 601208285 601208285

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Shaft Sleeve Set Screw (6) 75634012 75634012 75634012 75634012 75634012 75634012 75634012 75634012 75634012 75634012 75634012 75634012

Motor Adapter Studs (4) 601408412 601408412 601408412 601408305 601408305 601408305 601408305 601408305 601408305 601408305 601408305 601408305

Motor Adapter Nuts (4) 658404702 658404702 658404702 658404702 658404702 601408552 601408552 601408552 601408552 601408552 601408552 601408552

Frame Size 13 21 Motor Inboard Shaft Sleeve Shaft (1) Key (1) 662013009 601212251 662013009 601212251 662013009 601212251 662013009 601212251 662013009 601212251 662013009 601212251 662013009 601212350 662013011 601212350 662013011 601212350 662013011 601212350 662013011 601212350 662013016 601212350

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Versatile Drive and Mounting Options Unitization services and options compliment the centrifugal pump line. National Oilwell centrifugal pumps are available as horizontal electric, vertical electric, close coupled electric, horizontal diesel, overhead belt, side belt and hydraulic driven pumping units. The horizontal electric units are fabricated on a steel channel base engineered to provide proper alignment with minimal shimming requirements. Diesel driven units are provided with full instrumentation, batteries and fuel tanks. Side overhead belt units feature a small footprint and allow the pump to be operated at the lowest possible speed, which extends pump life significantly. Vertical units require the least amount of deck space and are available as close coupled or direct connected. Close coupled horizontal models require the least amount of cubic space and eliminate pump and driver alignment concerns. Hydraulic adapters are available with SAE size “C” and “D” adapters.

Grease lubricated pumps can be mounted vertically or horizontally and upright or upside down. The casing can be rotated to any angle but the discharge should always be oriented above the suction to prevent air pockets from forming. Custom unitization services are available.

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Sandmaster, Vortex and Magnum XP Pumps SANDMASTER® PUMPS The compact and adaptable Sandmaster centrifugal pump includes virtually all of the features of the Magnum I. Sandmasters are more compact in design and can be adapted for hydraulic motor drive. These features make Sandmaster pumps ideal for use in applications such as oilfield frac trucks as well as blending and pump charging for water well drilling applications. All parts for these pumps are identical to the Magnum except for the frame and shaft. The frame and shaft have been shortened 4” to reduce the length of the pump. When space is a premium and prime mover options are limited, the Sandmaster is the pump of choice.

Common applications include: Cement Charge Pump Blender Waterwell Drilling Other Mobile uses Available Sizes: 3x2x13 6x5x14 4x3x13 8x6x11 5x4x14 8x6x14 6x5x11 10x8x14

See pages 27-40 for pump performance curves See page 47 for dimensional data

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VORTEX PUMPS The VORTEX centrifugal pump offers proven performance of the MAGNUM I adapted with a concentric vortex casing. The VORTEX also features identically sized suction and discharge flanges, and a high performance vortex designed impeller. The vortex impeller produces a smooth hydraulic whirlpool of fluid in front of the impeller creating a vacuum. Fluid circulates through the casing with minimal fluid passing through the impeller. This smooth action increases fluid velocity and pressure while minimizing turbulence resulting in reduced particle degradation. Solids smaller than the discharge flow easily, without clogging.

Common applications include: Pulp and paper Primary metals Municipal sewage treatment Chemical process industry Available Sizes: 3x3x14 4x4x14 6x6x14

The vortex design eliminates the eye of the impeller reducing the possibility of vapor lock; making it an excellent selection for high suction lift applications where net positive suction head is low. Other benefits of the vortex design include lower radial loads, decreased shaft deflection and increased bearing life. The vortex is designed to pump continuously. Even when the suction runs dry the vortex pump can re-prime without vapor locking and transfer fluid once positive suction feed has been restored.

See pages 43-45 for pump performance curves See page 48 for dimensional data

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MAGNUM XP PUMPS The MAGNUM XP is ideally suited for pumping high volumes of heavy slurries that are abrasive, corrosive, or just plain tough to pump. The MAGNUM XP 8x6x18, 12x10x23 and 14x12x22 can deliver flow rates up to 7500 GPM and head pressures up to 540 feet. The compact overall dimensions of the MAGNUM XP make it an excellent choice for high volume mobile and stationary applications where a small footprint is critical. The MAGNUM XP is designed for continuous operation with minimal maintenance. The low stuffing box pressure and extra-heavy shaft design are engineered to provide maximum seal life. The unique casing flow divider on the 12x10x23 and 14x12x22 cuts the radial load in half, doubling bearing life. The heavy-duty bearings are permanently lubricated to minimize maintenance.

Common applications include: Sand slurry Supply boat mud transfer Slag Fly ash Bottom ash Dredge tailings Food processing Blending Paper pulp processing Waste slurries Sewage Fluid supercharging Spent liquor Nickel shot Copper, bauxite, and quarry slurries Lead and zinc ore and tailings Available Sizes: 8X6X18 12x10x23 14x12x22

See pages 40-42 for pump performance curves See page 50 for dimensional data

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Magnum XP Parts List Item # Description Qty. Base Part Number Processing Number 1 Casing, 14X12X22 1 24022-01-30A 651120206 Casing, 12x10x23 25008-01-30A 662001001 Casing, 8x6x18 25289-02-30A 662002089 2 Nut, Casing 32 3932-61 648402014 3 Stud, Casing (14X12 & 12X10) 32 3862-86 658403308 Stud, Casing (8X6) 16 3862-90 601208285 Stud, Casing (8X6) 16 3862-92 648401118 4 Gasket, Casing (14x12x22) 2 10399-55-01 658410501 Gasket, Casing (12x10x23) 25012-01-01 661010001 Gasket, Casing (8x6x18) 25012-02-05 662010032 5 Cover, Front (14x12x22) 1 24021-01-30 654310309 Cover, Front (12x10x23) 25009-01-30 662014003 Cover, Front (8x6x18) 25291-02-30 662014129 6 Impeller, 14x12 Clockwise Rot. 22” 1 24024-X0-HS 662005003 Impeller, 12x10 Clockwise Rot. 23” 25010-Y0-30 662005002 Impeller, 8x6 Clockwise Rot. 18” 25292-T0-30 662005018 7 Seal, Impeller Nose 1 7496-158 658408109 8 Key, Impeller 1 4372-29-21 658405006 9 Nose, Impeller ( Hex Design) 1 24025-04-25L 652309601 Nose, Impeller (Two Flat Design) 24025-01-25L 652309600 Nose, Impeller (2 Flat Ion Nitride) 24025-03-25L 662014054 10 Screw, Set 1 14430-19 658411400 11 Jam Nut 1 24026-25L 658414255 12 Seal, Impeller 1 7496-153 658408059 13 Mechanical Seal (Crane Type) 1 24036 658416102 14 Stuffing Box, Mech. Seal (14X12) 1 24027-01-30 653322305 Stuffing Box, Mech. Seal (12X10) 24027-02-30 662014002 Stuffing Box, Mech. Seal (8X6) 25290-02-30 662014128 15 Bolt, Stuffing Box 2 3861-117 648401016 16 Sleeve, Shaft 1 24029-21BZ 656422201 17 Seal, Sleeve 1 7496-234 658408505 18 Slinger 1 24030-01-13 654311604 19 Seal, Slinger 1 7496-238P 658408554 20 Oil Seal, Inboard Bearing 2 20619-03 658413604 21 Bearing, Inboard 1 20615-2 658413000 22 Frame 14X12 1 24031-01-01 654312008 Frame 12X10 24031-02-01 662014001 Frame 8X6 25293-02-01 662014130 23 Housing, Bearing 1 24032-01-01 654313006 24 Seal, Bearing Housing 1 7496-272 658408901

Item # 25

Description Qty. Base Part Number Processing Number Bearing, Outboard (14X12 ) 1 20616-2 658413307 Bearing, Outboard (12X10 & 8X6) 2 661009001 26 Seal, Bearing Cover 1 7496-267 658408802 27 Lock Washer 1 6124-6 658407002 28 Lock Nut, Bearing 1 6123-6 658406509 29 Oil Seal, Bearing Cover 2 20619-04 658413638 30 Drive Screws 6 12530 601482417 31 Nameplate 1 23017 601501505 32 Shaft 1 24028-33 656420007 33 Key, Coupling 1 4372-30-21 658405055 34 Cover, Bearing O.B. 1 24033-01-01 654314004 35 Bolts, Bearing Cover 2 3861-139 648401081 36 Washer, Bearing Cover 2 3936-19-L8 648402030 37 Nuts, Bearing Housing 2 3932-62 658404702 38 Bolt, Bearing Housing 4 3861-138 648401057 39 Washer, Flat 2 3936-19-L8 648402030 40 Bolt, Packing Gland 2 3861-165 601408289 41 Gland, Packing Half 2 24034-01-13 654315100 42 Packing Set 1 8264-344-K 658409503 43 Screw, Cap 2 3909-04-87 658404207 44 Plug, Grease 1 8505-1 601474695 45 Breather 1 8267-1 601473689 46 Plug, Fitting 1 19368 661010020 58 Plug, Pipe 2 2/1/05 658409859 59 Plug, Pipe 1 6/1/05 658410006 60 Tag, Mechanical Seal 1 22566 603445727 Packed Split-Box and Wearplate 47 Wearplate, Split Box 1 24023-01-XX 654310507 48 Packing Set 1 8264-345-K 658409552 49 Nut and Washer Assembly 2 22216-02 658413935 50 Bolt, Split-Box 2 3861-168 1/2-13x4 lg Gr 5 51 Stuffing Box, Split 2 24037-01-87 654317007 52 Latern Ring Half 2 24039-13 658418207 53 Fitting, Grease 1 19368-01 601499403 54 Screw, Cap 2 3909-13-87 658404405 Auxiliary Tools 55 Tool, Impeller Nose & Nut 1 24040 658420203 Tool, Impeller Nose (HEX) Standard Hex Socket 56 Tool, Impeller Removal 1 24041 658420252 57 Tool, Shaft Holder 1 24042 658420302

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Shear Pumps TurboShearTM System National Oilwell’s TurboShearTM System reduces the cost of mixing polymers and clays while improving mud properties. Shearing the polymers eliminates fish eyes and prevents polymer chaining (long strings), which cannot pass through shaker screens. Pre-hydrating clays improves viscosity per pound of clay, reduces water loss and improves filter cake properties. Additionally, the TurboShear System can be used to dissolve salt and mix oil-base fluids. Adding clays directly to an active mud system does not result in mud properties equal to those achieved with pre-hydration in a high shear system. When clays are added to the active mud system, high shear cannot be applied to the clays since degradation of drill solids and barite will occur. Clay that has not been properly hydrated when added to an active mud system often continues to hydrate for several days, during which the viscosity level increases. Additional water to reduce viscosity may require disposing of excess mud, which increases costs. Hydrating clays and shearing polymers in a separate compartment, prior to introduction to the active mud system, ensures quality mud properties. The TurboShear pump is available as a belt-driven or diesel-driven package including a hopper, mud gun and transfer line orifice plate. A complete system, including skid, tanks and piping, is also available The TurboShear System utilizes the following six methods for shearing: 1. Fluid enters pump through the inlet ports and impacts the shear plate. 2. Fluid passes through the teeth of the shear plate, which is turning at 2200 RPM. 3. Fifty percent of the fluid is re-circulated through the four nozzle scoops and is jetted through 44 nozzles against the shear plate and incoming fluid. 4. Liquid shear occurs at more than 5000 feet per minute. The tip speed of the turbine is more than 7000 feet per minute, causing a liquid shear to occur in addition to the mechanical shear. 5. Shearing occurs as the fluid is jetted into the hydration tank through the mud gun at more than 6000 feet per minute. 6. The product is sheared between the fluid leaving the nozzle and the venturi throat of the hopper. Available Sizes: 6x5 8x6

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Supreme Shear Pump The industrial industry discovered that liquid shear occurs between solids when the fluid speed exceeds 5,000 feet per minute. Therefore, an impeller size and speed that produces an impeller tip speed over 5,000 feet per minute causes liquid shear. When engineering the impeller vane curve, it was designed so a solid particle will move straight out with minimum contact with the impeller (at the pump’s best efficiency point). When shearing solids is desired it is beneficial to reverse this engineering practice. Allowing the solids to drag across the impeller vane causes a mechanical shear. To accomplish this the pump output volume can be restricted to half its best efficiency point. This makes the solids drag on the face of the impeller vane. The Supreme Shear pump features Tungsten Carbide chips adhered to the face of the impeller to give a rough surface that assists in the degradation of solids. By controlling the impeller size and speed National Oilwell can provide a Supreme Shear pump that incorporates both the liquid and mechanical shear techniques to reduce the size of solids. The most common use for this application is shearing drill cuttings and injecting them behind the intermediate casing. Testing has shown that the drill cuttings can be reduced to 50 micron by using the Supreme Shear pump. Operating the pump at designed levels and adding solids until the liquid has a range of 11-13 ppg proves to be most effective. Operating less then 11 ppg does not provide enough solids for the liquid shear to occur. Operating greater than 13 ppg results in the material becoming too viscous.

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Pump Sizing Information HOW TO SELECT YOUR PUMP 1. Before you size the pump, you need to know: 1.1 The Pump Speed This depends on what kind of drive you put on the pump; 3500,1750 or 1150 RPM for 60 Hz motors and 3000,1500 or 1000 RPM for 50 Hz motors. Variable speed curves are provided for diesel, belt drive and hydraulic motors. 1.2 Total Head Required The total head (TH) required is the summation of vertical elevation (He) and friction head (Hf) plus the head required at the end of the piping. TH=He + Hf + head required at of the end of piping. To calculate Friction Head loss SEE PAGE 23. 1.3 Flow Rate The flow requirement in GPM or cubic meters per hour. 1.4 The specific gravity of the fluid or the weight of the fluid to be pumped such as the mud weight in ppg. 2. After obtaining the above information. 2.1 Find the required flow rate on the bottom or top scale and draw a straight line up or down. 2.2 Find the total head at the left or right hand scale and draw a straight line to the right or left. 2.3 Locate the intersection of the above two lines and pick the nearest impeller size. Impellers are available in 1/4” increments. Also a set of horsepower lines gives you the horsepower requirement for pumping water (It is best to choose a motor size larger than the minimum required). If you pump fluid other than water, you have to adjust the required HP(kW) by multiplying the specific gravity to the HP (kW) rating based on water. 3. NPSH Net positive suction head is the useful pressure existing at the suction flange of the pump to push water into the impeller vanes. It is measured in feet (meters) of head. It is called NPSH Available (NPSHa). NPSH Required (NPSHr) is read from the pump curve at the designed pump impeller, RPM, and flow rate. NPSH on the curve, is the lowest NPSH that will prevent the formation of vapor bubbles which cause cavitation. Most customers are not concerned about NPSH problems. However over 50% of all rigs do have NPSH problems. These problems are due in part to high mud temperatures and poor suction design. You should check your net positive suction head (NPSH). NPSHa = Ha + He - Hf - Hvp Where: NPSHa = NPSH Available NPSHr = NPSH Required Ha = atmospheric head feet He = elevation head feet (lowest possible liquid level above or below pump center line) Hf = Friction head feet (suction line friction losses) Hvp = Vapor pressure of fluid at pumping temperature SEE PAGE 26. The NPSHr as shown on the curves is the minimum NPSH required by the pumps. If the NPSHa is greater then the NPSHr the pump will perform. If the NPSHa is less then NPSHr then the pump will cavitate and some changes to the suction conditions are necessary. Possible solutions are reducing the flow rate, increasing the suction pipe size, selecting a larger pump or lowering the pump speed.

4. Formulas 4.1 To Convert Head in Feet to Pressure in Pounds Per Square Inch: Feet of Head X Specific Gravity = PSIG 2.31 4.2 To convert Pressure in Pounds Per Square Inch (PSI) to Head in Feet: PSIG x 2.31 = Feet of Head Specific Gravity 4.3 Specific Gravity of Mud = Mud Weight (lbs/gal) 8.34 4.4 HP required = Curve HP x Specific Gravity 5. Pump Sizing Rules 5.1 Volume leaving pump increases until the volume pumped causes Total Head losses equal to its impeller output head. 5.2 It will help in the selection of impeller size if the friction loss curve is plotted on the pump curve. 5.3 Pressure or Head in Feet (meters) When the pump is running pressure will build up. Pressure developed by the centrifugal pump is always specified as Head in Feet liquid. The relation between PSI and head is shown in 4.1-4.2. When sizing centrifugal pumps it is crucial to work in feet of head rather than PSI. PSI varies with the fluid weight while feet of head is a constant. 5.4 Centrifugal Pump Rotation Stand at the drive end to determine the pump rotation. A right had rotation pump turns clockwise looking from the motor end. All the pumps featured in this catalog are right hand rotation. Conversion Factors: To convert...........................into..........................multiply by GPM 4.4 m3/hr m3/min GPM 264 liters/min GPM 0.264 liters/sec GPM 15.9 Barrels/day GPM 0.02917 cubic feet Gallons 7.481 PSI 14.223 kg/cm2 M3 Gallons 264 meters Feet 3.28 Bars PSI 14.7 PSI 14.2 Kg/cm2 grams/cu. cm. SpGr. 1 BHP = GPM X Feet X Sp.Gr. 3960 x Efficiency kW = m3/hr x meters x Sp.Gr. 367 x Efficiency Efficiency from curve written as .XX

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Affinity Laws If there is a known operating point and a different operating point is required the following algebraic formulas can be used to accurately predict what changes should be made to alter the flow or head and what the resulting horsepower requirements will be. A pumps performance can be altered by changing the speed or by changing the impeller diameter. Note that while the speed formulas are very reliable, the impeller diameter formulas are accurate only for small variations in diameter.

Example 2: If a system exists and a particular operating point and the elevation are known it is possible to calculate a new operating point by using the following friction loss formulas. Assume a system exists that has 20 feet of elevation and the pump is transferring water 500 GPM and the pressure gauge reads 50 PSI at the pump discharge. What pressure head is required to produce 1000 GPM?

Speed Formulas or Impeller Diameter Formulas (Valid for small variations in dia. only, max 1”) Flow: GPM1 = RPM1 or GPM1 = Dia1 GPM2 RPM2 GPM2 Dia2

Pressure Head = 50 PSI * 2.31 / 1.0 Sp.Gr. Pressure Head = 115 Feet

Total Differential Head: TDH1 = RPM12 or TDH1 = Dia12 TDH2 RPM22 TDH2 Dia22

Use the following formula to determine the new pressure head required to produce 1000 GPM in this system:

Horsepower: HP1 = RPM13 or HP2 RPM23

HP1 HP2

= Dia13 Dia23

First convert PSI to feet

Subtract lift of 20 feet since this is a constant: 115 feet pressure head – 20 feet elevation = 95 feet of system friction loss at 500 GPM

Friction loss 1 = GPM12 Friction loss 2 GPM22

or

X = 95

10002 5002

or X = 95 (1000/500)2 = 380 Feet Example 1: An 8x6x14 pump with an 11” impeller is operating 1000 GPM at 103 feet and requires 48 HP when pumping water. A contractor wants to be able to increase the discharge pressure to 115 feet. What will be the required impeller diameter, HP, and resulting flow rate? Answers: ____________ DIA ____________ GPM ____________ HP Required New Imp Dia: 115 = X2 or 1.0566 * 11 = X or 11.62” = X 103 112 New Flow rate: X = 11.62 or 1.056 * 1000 = X or 1056 GPM = X 1000 11 HP Required: X = 11.623 or 48 * 1.177 = X or 56 HP = X 48 113

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Add back the lift: 380 + 20 = 400 It would therefore be necessary to size a pump for 1000 GPM at 400 feet to obtain the desired flow rate of 1000 GPM in the existing system.

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SYSTEM HEAD REQUIREMENT WORK SHEET CONDITIONS Liquid Pumped _____________________ Flow Rate (GPM) ____________ Calculated Feet of Head _____________ (line “6”) Specific Gravity ____________ 1. Suction:

Temperature _________ º F

Pipe Size __________ inches.

(1a) Vertical Distance (liquid surface to pump center line +/-). Positive number if above pump center line or negative number if below pump center line _______________ feet. (1b) Total length of suction line _______________ feet. (1c) Straight pipe equivalent of suction fittings: Type

Qty.

Elbow Tee Running Tee Branched Swing Check Globe Valve Butterfly Valve

______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______

x x x x x x

Equiv. Ft. per Fitting (Ref. table on page 25) _________________________ = _________________________ = _________________________ = _________________________ = _________________________ = _________________________ = (1c) Sum Total =

Total Equiv. Ft. of Straight Pipe _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________

(1d) Add (1b) and (1c) = _______________ equivalent feet of straight suction pipe. (1e) Convert to friction loss head: (1d) x Head Loss (Ref. table on page 24) = ____feet of head (friction loss) 100 2. Discharge:

Pipe Size __________ inches.

(2a) Vertical Distance (centerline of pump to highest point in discharge system +/-) _______ feet. (2b) Total length of discharge line ______________ feet. (2c) Straight pipe equivalent of discharge fittings: Type

Qty.

Elbow Tee Running Tee Branched Swing Check Globe Valve Butterfly Valve _______________

______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______

x x x x x x x

Equiv. Ft. per Fitting (Ref. table on page 25) _________________________ = _________________________ = _________________________ = _________________________ = _________________________ = _________________________ = _________________________ = (2c) Sum Total =

Total Equiv. Ft. of Straight Pipe _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________

(2d) Add (2b) and (2c) = _________________ equivalent feet of straight discharge pipe. (2e) Convert to friction loss head: (2d) x Head Loss (Ref. table on page 24) = ____ feet of head (friction loss). 100 3. Pressure required at discharge point _____________ psig x 2.31 = ____________ feet of head. Sp.Gr. 4. Total Friction Head (Hf) = (1e) + (2e) ___________ 5. Total Elevation Head (He) = (2a) - (1a) ___________ 6. Total Head Required at Pump Discharge = Hf + He + line “3” = ______________ feet of head required.1 1

NOTE: NPSHa must also be considered. See page 21 for NPSHa calculation method.

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FRICTION OF WATER IN PIPES GPM V F V F 2” PIPE 3” PIPE 30 3.06 3.69 1.36 0.53 40 4.08 6.40 1.81 0.91 50 5.11 9.90 2.27 1.38 60 6.13 13.40 2.72 1.92 70 7.15 17.04 3.18 2.56 80 8.17 22.50 3.63 3.28 90 9.19 28.00 4.08 4.08 100 10.21 35.80 4.54 4.96 125 12.76 50.90 5.68 7.50 150 15.32 76.00 6.81 10.50 175 17.86 92.50 7.95 14.00 200 20.40 129.00 9.08 17.90 225 10.20 22.30 250 11.30 27.10 275 12.50 32.30 300 13.60 37.90 350 15.90 50.40 400 18.20 64.60 450 500 550 600 650 700 750 800 900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600 1800 2000

C=100 V F 4” PIPE 0.77 0.13 1.02 0.22 1.28 0.34 1.53 0.48 1.79 0.63 2.04 0.81 2.30 1.01 2.55 1.22 3.19 1.85 3.83 2.59 4.47 3.44 5.10 4.41 5.74 5.48 6.38 6.67 7.02 7.96 7.65 9.34 8.93 12.40 10.20 15.90 11.50 19.80 12.80 24.10 14.00 28.70 15.30 33.70 16.60 39.10 17.90 44.90 18.90 51.30

V F 5” PIPE

0.82 0.98 1.14 1.31 1.47 1.63 2.04 2.47 2.86 3.27 3.68 4.08 4.50 4.90 5.72 6.54 7.36 8.18 8.99 9.81 10.60 11.40 12.30 13.10 14.70 16.30 18.00 19.56 21.19 22.82 24.45

0.11 0.16 0.21 0.27 0.34 0.41 0.62 0.87 1.16 1.49 1.85 2.25 2.68 3.13 4.20 5.38 6.68 8.12 9.69 11.40 13.20 15.10 17.20 19.40 24.10 29.30 35.00 41.20 48.00 54.80 62.40

V F 6” PIPE

0.79 0.91 1.02 1.14 1.42 1.70 1.99 2.27 2.55 2.84 3.12 3.41 3.97 4.54 5.10 5.68 6.24 6.81 7.38 7.94 8.51 9.08 10.20 11.40 12.50 13.60 14.80 15.90 17.00 18.20 20.52 22.80

0.09 0.11 0.14 0.17 0.26 0.36 0.48 0.61 0.76 0.93 1.11 1.30 1.73 2.21 2.75 3.34 3.99 4.68 5.43 6.23 7.08 7.98 9.92 12.10 14.40 16.90 19.60 22.50 25.50 28.80 35.90 43.60

V F 8” PIPE

0.96 1.12 1.28 1.44 1.60 1.76 1.91 2.23 2.55 2.87 3.19 3.51 3.82 4.15 4.47 4.78 5.10 5.74 6.38 7.02 7.66 8.30 8.93 9.55 10.20 11.50 12.80

0.09 0.12 0.15 0.19 0.23 0.27 0.32 0.43 0.55 0.68 0.82 0.98 1.15 1.34 1.53 1.74 1.97 2.44 2.97 3.55 4.17 4.83 5.54 6.30 7.10 9.83 10.70

V = Velocity feet per second F = Friction head in feet Loss of head in feet, due to friction, per 100 feet of ordinary pipe and velocity in feet per second. Values taken from Williams & Hazen tables, based on coefficient C = 100. For new pipes multiply friction loss value by 0.70. Values of C for various types of pipe are given below together with the corresponding multiplier which should apply to the tabulated values of the head loss, hf.

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Values of C

TYPE OF PIPE Cement - asbestos Fibre Bitumastic-enamel-lined iron or steel centrifugally applied Cement lined iron or steel centrifugally applied Copper, brass, lead, tin or glass pipe and tubing Wood-stave Welded and seamless steel Continuous-interior riveted steel (no projecting rivets or joints) Wrought iron Cast-iron Tar-coated cast iron Girth-riveted steel (projecting rivets in girth seams only) Concrete Full-riveted steel (projecting rivets in girth and horizontal seams) Vitrified Spiral-riveted steel (flow with lap) Spiral-riveted steel (flow against lap) Corrugated steel Table Correction Multipliers Value of C… Multiplier to correct tables

RANGE: High = best, smooth, well laid Low = poor or corroded 160-140 160-130 150-120 140-110 150-80 150-80 150-80 145-80 152-85 -

150 0.47

140 0.54

130 0.63

Average value for good, clean new pipe 150 150 148 150 140 120 140 139 130 130 130 130 120 115 110 110 100 60

120 0.71

110 0.84

100 1.00

Commonly used value for design purposes 140 140 140 140 130 110 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 90 60

90 1.22

80 1.58

Friction Loss in Pipe Fittings in Terms of Equivalent Feet of Straight Pipe Gate Long Std. Std. Swing Angle Globe valve radius tee tee check valve valve Nominal Actual 90º or Close valve Pipe Inside full 90º 45º std. thru branch retun - full full full Size Diameter open elbow elbow flow flow bend open open open 1 1/2 1.61 1.07 4.03 2.15 2.68 8.05 6.71 13.4 20.1 45.6 2 2.067 1.38 5.17 2.76 3.45 10.3 8.61 17.2 25.8 58.6 2 1/2 2.469 1.65 6.17 3.29 4.12 12.3 10.3 20.6 30.9 70.0 3 3.068 2.04 7.67 4.09 5.11 15.3 12.8 25.5 38.4 86.9 4 4.026 2.68 10.1 5.37 6.71 20.1 16.8 33.6 50.3 114.0 5 5.047 3.36 12.6 6.73 8.41 25.2 21 42.1 63.1 143 6 6.065 4.04 15.2 8.09 10.1 30.3 25.3 50.5 75.8 172 8 7.981 5.32 20 10.6 13.3 39.9 33.3 58 99.8 226 10 10.02 6.68 25.1 13.4 16.7 50.1 41.8 65 125 284 12 11.938 7.96 29.8 15.9 19.9 59.7 49.7 72 149 338 14 13.124 8.75 32.8 17.5 21.8 65.6 54.7 90 164 372 16 15 10 37.5 20 25 75 62.5 101 188 425 18 16.876 16.9 42.2 22.5 28.1 84.4 70.3 120 210 478 20 18.814 12.5 47 25.1 31.4 94.1 78.4 132 235 533 Calculated from data in Crane Co. - Technical Paper 410

70 1.93

60 2.57

Butterfly valve 7.75 9.26 11.5 15.1 18.9 22.7 29.9 29.2 34.8 38.3 31.3 35.2 39.2

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Properties of Water

Temperature Degrees - F 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 130 140 150 160 170 180

Temperature Degrees - C 4.4 10 15.6 21.1 26.7 32.2 37.8 43.3 48.9 54.4 60 65.6 71.1 76.7 82.2

Specific Gravity 1.001 1.001 1.000 0.999 0.998 0.996 0.994 0.992 0.990 0.987 0.985 0.982 0.979 0.975 0.972

Vapor pressure of water, absolute 0.30 0.40 0.60 0.80 1.20 1.60 2.20 3.00 4.00 5.20 6.80 8.80 11.20 14.20 17.90

Theoretical Discharge of Nozzles in U.S. Gallons Per Minute Velocity of Head discharge Diameter of nozzle in inches psi feet* ft/sec. 3/8 1/2 5/8 3/4 7/8 1 1 1/8 1 1/4 1 3/8 1 1/2 1 3/4 2 2 1/4 10 23.1 38.6 13.3 23.6 36.9 53.1 72.4 94.5 120 148 179 213 289 378 479 15 34.6 47.25 16.3 28.9 45.2 65.0 88.5 116.0 147 181 219 260 354 463 585 20 46.2 54.55 18.8 33.4 52.2 75.1 102.0 134.0 169 209 253 301 409 535 676 25 57.7 61.00 21.0 37.3 58.3 84.0 114.0 149.0 189 234 283 336 458 598 756 30 69.3 66.85 23.0 40.9 63.9 92.0 125.0 164.0 207 256 309 368 501 655 828 35 80.8 72.20 24.8 44.2 69.0 99.5 135.0 177.0 224 277 334 398 541 708 895 40 92.4 77.20 26.6 47.3 73.8 106.0 145.0 188.0 239 296 357 425 578 756 957 45 103.9 81.80 28.2 50.1 78.2 113.0 153.0 200.0 253 313 379 451 613 801 1015 50 115.5 86.25 29.7 52.8 82.5 119.0 162.0 211.0 267 330 399 475 647 845 1070 55 127.0 90.50 31.1 55.3 86.4 125.0 169.0 221.0 280 346 418 498 678 886 1121 60 138.6 94.50 32.5 57.8 90.4 130.0 177.0 231.0 293 362 438 521 708 926 1172 65 150.1 98.30 33.8 60.2 94.0 136.0 187.0 241.0 305 376 455 542 737 964 1220 70 161.7 102.10 35.2 62.5 97.7 141.0 191.0 250.0 317 391 473 563 765 1001 1267 75 173.2 105.70 36.4 64.7 101.0 146.0 198.0 259.0 327 404 489 582 792 1037 1310 80 184.8 109.10 37.6 66.8 104.0 150.0 205.0 267.0 338 418 505 602 818 1070 1354 85 196.3 112.50 38.8 68.9 108.0 155.0 211.0 276.0 349 431 521 620 844 1103 1395 90 207.9 115.80 39.9 70.8 111.0 160.0 217.0 284.0 359 443 536 638 868 1136 1436 95 219.4 119.00 41.0 72.8 114.0 164.0 223.0 292.0 369 456 551 656 892 1168 1476 100 230.9 122.00 42.1 74.7 117.0 168.0 229.0 299.0 378 467 565 672 915 1196 1512

2 1/2 591 723 835 934 1023 1106 1182 1252 1320 1385 1447 1506 1565 1619 1672 1723 1773 1824 1870

2 3/4 714 874 1009 1128 1236 1335 1428 1512 1595 1671 1748 1819 1888 1955 2020 2080 2140 2200 2255

3 851 1041 1203 1345 1473 1591 1701 1802 1900 1991 2085 2165 2250 2330 2405 2480 2550 2625 2690

3 1/2 1158 1418 1638 1830 2005 2168 2315 2455 2590 2710 2835 2950 3065 3170 3280 3375 3475 3570 3660

4 1510 1850 2135 2385 2615 2825 3020 3200 3375 3540 3700 3850 4000 4135 4270 4400 4530 4655 4775

The actual quantity discharged by a nozzle will be less than the above table. A well tapered smooth nozzle may be assumed to flow 97 to 99% of the values in the tables. Mud gun nozzles will flow approximately 85% of the above table and hopper nozzles will flow approximately 75% of the above table. *Head in feet basis water at approximately 60º F

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Pump Performance Curves UNDERSTANDING PUMP PERFORMANCE CURVES The head vs. flow curves on the following pages give you the performance of the Magnum, 2500 Supreme, Magnum Vertical, 2500 Vertical and Sandmaster pumps at various speeds and with various impeller sizes. The horsepower (HP) rating is based on pumping water with a specific gravity of 1.0. The flow is measured in US liquid gallons per minute (GPM). The total differential head is measured in feet. There are also a series of Efficiency and Net Positive Suction Head Required (NPSHr) lines showing the pump hydraulic efficiency and minimum NPSHr. The performance curves are plotted based on actual test results for each size of pumps running at various RPM and with various impeller sizes. To determine the HP required for your system you will need to determine the Specific Gravity (Sp.Gr.) of the fluid being transferred and then multiply the Sp.Gr. by the HP shown on the curve. To determine Sp.Gr.: Specific Gravity = ppg of fluid 8.34

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Dimensional Data Magnum & 2500 Supreme Dimensions

PIPE FLANGES * SUCTION PIPE PIPE FLANGES * DISCHARGE PIPE PUMP SIZE Wt. Lbs. SIZE DRILLING SIZE DRILLING 3 x 2 x 13 440 3 4 HOLES 3/4"DIA 6" B.C. 2 4 HOLES 3/4"DIA 4 3/4" B.C. 4 x 3 x 13 436 4 8 HOLES 3/4"DIA 7 1/2" B.C. 3 4 HOLES 3/4"DIA 6" B.C. 5 x 4 x 14 485 5 8 HOLES 7/8"DIA 8 1/2" B.C. 4 8 HOLES 3/4"DIA 7 1/2" B.C. 6 x 5 x 11 507 6 8 HOLES 7/8"DIA 9 1/2" B.C. 5 8 HOLES 7/8"DIA 8 1/2" B.C. 6 x 5 x 14 550 6 8 HOLES 7/8"DIA 9 1/2" B.C. 5 8 HOLES 7/8"DIA 8 1/2" B.C. 8 x 6 x 11 583 8 8 HOLES 7/8"DIA 11 3/4" B.C. 6 8 HOLES 7/8"DIA 9 1/2" B.C. 8 x 6 x 14 616 8 8 HOLES 7/8"DIA 11 3/4" B.C. 6 8 HOLES 7/8"DIA 9 1/2" B.C. 10 x 8 x 14 810 10 12 HOLES 1"DIA 14 1/4" B.C. 8 8 HOLES 7/8"DIA 11 3/4" B.C.

A 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

B 19 5/8 19 5/8 19 5/8 19 5/8 19 5/8 19 5/8 19 5/8 19 5/8

E 3 1/2 3 1/2 3 1/2 3 1/2 3 1/2 3 1/2 3 1/2 3 1/2

F 15 7/16 15 7/16 15 7/16 15 7/16 15 7/16 15 7/16 15 7/16 15 7/16

G L P X Y 17 7/8 8 3/4 2 5/16 10 1/4 3 3/4 17 7/8 9 3/8 2 5/16 10 1/4 4 1/4 19 10 3/4 2 5/16 11 5 17 7/8 12 1/16 2 5/16 11 5 3/4 21 12 1/16 2 5/16 11 5 3/4 20 13 1/4 2 5/16 14 6 1/4 23 9/16 13 1/4 2 5/16 14 6 1/4 22 3/8 13 11/16 2 5/16 14 3/16 6 11/16

* THE ABOVE DRILLING IS ANSI STANDARD 125 lb. CAST IRON OR ANSI SERIES 150 STEEL FLAT FACE. ALL FLANGE HOLES ARE THRU CLEARANCE HOLES.

Magnum & 2500 Supreme OB Skid Unitization Dimensions

Pump Size 3X2X13 4X3X13 5X4X14 6X5X11 6X5X14 8X6X11 8X6X14 10X8X14 MOTOR FRAMES 182T-215T 254T-286T 324T-365T 404T-405T 444T-445T

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CP 29-1/4 29-3/8 30 30-5/8 30-5/8 31-1/4 31-1/4 31-1/4

BASE OB-7 OB-1 OB-2 OB-3 OB-4

Dimensions are in inches X Y Z 10-1/4 3-3/4 7 10-1/4 4-1/4 6-3/4 11 5 6-1/8 11 5-3/4 6 11 5-3/4 6 14 6-1/4 8-3/8 14 6-1/4 8-3/8 14-3/16 6-11/16 8

HA 19 19 26 26 30

HB 49-1/2 55 61 66 72

D 5-1/2 6-1/8 7-1/2 8-3/4 8-3/4 10 10 10.5

DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES HC HD HE HG 33-1/2 8 17-1/4 15 39 8 17-1/4 15 45 8 24-1/4 15 50 8 24-1/4 16 56 8 28-1/4 17

C 19 27-1/2 33-1/2 38-1/2 44-1/2

SP* 1 1 1 1 1

* Unless spacer coupling is utilized. ** Approximate maximum to outside of conduit box Tolerences +/- 1/8” NOTE: Dimensions are for reference only. Certified drawings should be requested for construction purposes.

AB** 10.25 13.25 18.8 20.5 26.25

Z 7 6 3/4 6 1/8 6 6 8 3/8 8 3/8 8

CP DD 29 1/4 9 29 3/8 9 30 9 11/16 30 5/8 9 30 5/8 10 1/2 31 1/4 10 31 1/4 12 31 1/4 11 3/16

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PIPE FLANGES * SUCTION PIPE PIPE FLANGES * DISCHARGE PIPE PUMP SIZE Wt. Lbs. SIZE DRILLING SIZE DRILLING 3 x 2 x 13 475 3 4 HOLES 3/4" DIA. 6" B.C. 2 4 HOLES 3/4" DIA. 4 3/4" B.C. 4 x 3 x 13 491 4 8 HOLES 3/4" DIA. 7 1/2" B.C. 3 4 HOLES 3/4" DIA. 6" B.C. 5 x 4 x 14 520 5 8 HOLES 7/8" DIA. 8 1/2" B.C. 4 8 HOLES 3/4" DIA. 7 1/2" B.C. 6 x 5 x 11 550 6 8 HOLES 7/8" DIA. 9 1/2" B.C. 5 8 HOLES 7/8" DIA. 8 1/2" B.C. 6 x 5 x 14 609 6 8 HOLES 7/8" DIA. 9 1/2" B.C. 5 8 HOLES 7/8" DIA. 8 1/2" B.C. 8 x 6 x 11 659 8 8 HOLES 7/8" DIA. 11 3/4" B.C. 6 8 HOLES 7/8" DIA. 9 1/2" B.C. 8 x 6 x 14 701 8 8 HOLES 7/8" DIA. 11 3/4" B.C. 6 8 HOLES 7/8" DIA. 9 1/2" B.C. 10 x 8 x 14 705 10 12 HOLES 1" DIA. 14 1/4" B.C. 8 8 HOLES 7/8" DIA. 11 3/4" B.C.

A 15 1/4 15 1/4 15 1/4 15 1/4 15 1/4 15 1/4 15 1/4 15 1/4

B 17 3/4 17 3/4 17 3/4 17 3/4 17 3/4 17 3/4 17 3/4 17 3/4

E 6 9/16 6 9/16 6 9/16 6 9/16 6 9/16 6 9/16 6 9/16 6 9/16

F 11 1/4 11 1/4 11 1/4 11 1/4 11 1/4 11 1/4 11 1/4 11 1/4

G 17 7/8 17 7/8 19 17 7/8 21 20 23 9/16 22 3/8

L 10 7/16 11 1/16 12 7/16 13 3/4 13 3/4 14 15/16 14 15/16 15 3/8

P X Y 4 10 1/4 3 3/4 4 10 1/4 4 1/4 4 11 5 4 11 5 3/4 4 11 5 3/4 4 14 6 1/4 4 14 6 1/4 4 14 3/16 6 11/16

Z 7 6 3/4 6 1/8 6 6 8 3/8 8 3/8 8

CP 25 1/16 25 1/8 25 13/16 26 3/8 26 3/8 27 1/16 27 1/16 27 1/16

DD 8 15/16 8 15/16 9 1/2 8 15/16 10 1/2 10 11 13/16 11 3/16

* THE ABOVE DRILLING IS ANSI STANDARD 125 lb. CAST IRON OR ANSI SERIES 150 STEEL FLAT FACE. ALL FLANGE HOLES ARE THRU CLEARANCE HOLES.

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PIPE FLANGES * DISCHARGE PIPE PIPE FLANGES * SUCTION PIPE PUMP SIZE Wt. Lbs. SIZE DRILLING SIZE DRILLING 3x3 505 3 4 HOLES 3/4"DIA 6" B.C. 3 4 HOLES 3/4"DIA 6" B.C. 4x4 566 4 8 HOLES 3/4"DIA 7 1/2" B.C. 3 8 HOLES 3/4"DIA 7 1/2" B.C. 6x6 618 6 8 HOLES 7/8"DIA 9 1/2" B.C. 6 8 HOLES 7/8"DIA 9 1/2" B.C.

A B E F G L P X Y Z CP DD 9 19 7/16 3 1/2 15 7/16 19 13 15/16 2 5/16 11 6 1/4 7 1/4 32 9 1/2 9 19 7/16 3 1/2 15 7/16 20 15 2 5/16 11 7/8 6 7/16 7 1/4 32 13/16 10 9 19 7/16 3 1/2 15 7/16 22 17 3/4 2 5/16 13 7/8 7 13/16 7 1/4 34 3/16 11

* THE ABOVE DRILLING IS ANSI STANDARD 125 lb. CAST IRON OR ANSI SERIES 150 STEEL FLAT FACE. ALL FLANGE HOLES ARE THRU CLEARANCE HOLES.

Pump Size 3x3 4x4 6x6

Size 3 4 6

Piping Flanges* Dimensions In Inches Discharge Pipe Suction Pipe Drilling Size Drilling K L M N O 4 Holes 3/4 D-6 B.C. 3 4 Holes 3/4 D-6 B.C. 7 11/16 32 7 1/4 11 6 1/4 8 Holes 3/4 D-7 1/2 B.C. 4 8 Holes 3/4 D-7 1/2 B.C. 8 9/16 33 1/4 7 1/4 11 7/8 6 7/16 8 Holes 7/8 D-9 1/2 B.C. 6 8 Holes 7/8 D-9 1/2 B.C. 9 15/16 34 1/4 7 1/4 13 7/8 7 9/16

* The above drilling is ANSI standard 125lb. cast iron or ANSI series 150 flat face steel flange.

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Motor Frame 143T 145T 182T 184T 213T 215T 254T 256T 284T 284TS 286T 286TS 324T 324TS 326T 326TS

Base No. 15901-3 15901-3 15901-3 15901-3 15901-3 15901-3 15901-3 15901-3 15901-3 15901-3 15901-3 15901-3 15901-3 15901-3 15901-3 15901-3

A 12 15/16 12 15/16 12 15/16 12 15/16 12 15/16 12 15/16 12 15/16 12 15/16 12 15/16 12 15/16 12 15/16 12 15/16 12 15/16 12 15/16 12 15/16 12 15/16

B 16 9/16 16 9/16 17 9/16 17 9/16 18 7/16 18 7/16 19 7/16 19 7/16 20 5/32 20 5/32 20 5/32 20 5/32 21 3/8 21 3/8 21 3/8 21 3/8

C 7 3/4 7 3/4 9 3/8 9 3/8 11 11 13 13 14 1/2 14 1/2 14 1/2 14 1/2 16 7/8 16 7/8 16 7/8 16 7/8

D 7 15/16 7 15/16 7 1/4 7 1/4 9 1/4 9 1/4 10 1/2 10 1/2 12 5/16 12 5/16 12 5/16 12 5/16 14 7/16 14 7/16 14 7/16 14 7/16

E 6 1/2 7 7 3/4 8 1/4 9 5/8 10 3/8 12 3/8 13 1/4 14 1/8 12 3/4 14 7/8 13 1/2 15 3/4 14 1/4 16 1/2 15

F 13 1/4 14 1/4 14 9/16 15 9/16 17 7/8 19 7/16 22 3/4 24 9/16 26 5/8 25 1/4 28 1/8 26 3/4 28 15/16 28 1/8 31 1/8 29 5/8

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CP P 3x3x14 4x4x14 6x6x14 213P 65 65 11 9 20 61 215P 65 65 11 9 20 61 254P 69 69 13 1/4 10 1/2 24 66 256P 69 69 13 1/4 10 1/2 24 66 284P 71 71 14 13 26 3/4 67 286P 71 71 14 13 26 3/4 67 324P 74 74 17 14 1/4 29 71 326P 74 74 17 14 1/4 29 71 364P 76 76 18 15 31 73 365P 76 76 18 15 31 73 Assembled unit weight 965 855 825 less motor – pounds AB

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Pump Size 3x3x14 4x4x14 6x6x14

Size 3 4 6

Magnum Motor Frames

Pipe Flanges Suction Pipe Bolt Pattern Size 4 Holes 3/4 D-6 B.C. 3 8 Holes 3/4 D-7 1/2 B.C. 4 8 Holes 7/8 D-9 1/2 B.C. 6

Dimensions In Inches Discharge Pipe Bolt Pattern 4 Holes 3/4 D-4 3/4 B.C. 8 Holes 3/4 D-7 1/2 B.C. 8 Holes 7/8 D-9 1/2 B.C.

A E G VD VS VY X Z 22 1/2D 5 5/16 1 27 3/4 16 1/4 7 1/4 11 7 1/4 22 1/2D 5 5/16 1 27 3/4 16 3/16 9 11 7 1/4 22 1/2D 5 5/16 1 29 1/2 21 13/16 9 1/2 13 7 1/4

Motor Wt. P CP 3x2x13 4x3x13 5x4x14 6x5x11 6x5x14 8x6x11 8x6x14 213P 310 11 9 20 56 58 60 60 59 3/4 59 3/4 57 215P 360 11 9 20 56 58 60 60 57 59 3/4 59 3/4 254P 380 13 1/4 10 1/2 24 60 62 65 65 61 64 64 256P 410 13 1/4 10 1/2 24 60 62 65 65 61 64 64 284P 620 14 13 26 3/4 62 3/4 64 3/4 67 1/4 67 1/4 63 66 66 286P 640 14 26 3/4 62 3/4 13 64 3/4 67 1/4 67 1/4 66 66 63 324P 885 17 29 14 1/4 65 67 70 70 69 66 69 326P 910 17 29 14 1/4 65 67 70 70 69 66 69 364P 1200 18 15 31 67 69 72 71 71 68 71 365P 1470 18 15 31 67 69 72 71 71 68 71 Assembled unit weight 800 855 990 960 820 885 925 less motor – pounds AB

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Pipe Flanges Suction Pipe Size Bolt Pattern Size 3 4 Holes 3/4 D-6 B.C. 2 4 8 Holes 3/4 D-7 1/2 B.C. 3 5 8 Holes 7/8 D-8 1/2 B.C. 4 6 8 Holes 7/8 D-9 1/2 B.C. 5 6 8 Holes 7/8 D-9 1/2 B.C. 5 8 8 Holes 7/8 D-11 3/4 B.C. 6 8 8 Holes 7/8 D-11 3/4 B.C. 6

Dimensions In Inches Discharge Pipe Bolt Pattern 4 Holes 3/4 D-4 3/4 B.C. 8 Holes 3/4 D-6 B.C. 8 Holes 7/8 D-7 1/2 B.C. 8 Holes 7/8 D-8 1/2 B.C. 8 Holes 7/8 D-8 1/2 B.C. 8 Holes 7/8 D-9 1/2 B.C. 8 Holes 7/8 D-9 1/2 B.C.

A 22 1/2D 22 1/2D 22 1/2D 22 1/2D 22 1/2D 22 1/2D 22 1/2D

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PIPE FLANGES* SUCTION PIPE PIPE FLANGES* DISCHARGE PIPE PUMP SIZE Wt. Lbs. SIZE DRILLING SIZE DRILLING A E G L X Y Z CP DD 8 x 6 XP 1,200 8 12 HOLES 7/8" -9UNC-2B 13" B.C. 6 12 HOLES 7/8" DIA. 10 5/8" B.C. 16 13/32 6 7/8 25 1/4 16 1/32 16 5 5/32 10 19/32 30 13/32 12 7/16 12 x 10 XP 1,950 12 12 HOLES 3/4" -10UNC-2B 17" B.C. 10 12 HOLES 1" DIA. 14 1/4" B.C. 16 13/32 6 7/8 33 5/8 18 11/16 22 6 15/16 13 1/2 31 1/2 16 13/16 14 x 12 XP 1,850 14 12 HOLES 1" -8UNC-2B 18 3/4" B.C. 12 1 16 13/32 6 7/8 37 3/4 18 3/8 19 7/16 6 5/8 14 9/16 31 3/16 18 13/16 * THE ABOVE DRILLING IS ANSI STANDARD 150 SERIES FLAT FACE EXCEPT THE 8 X 6 XP IS ANSI 300 SERIES FLAT FACE. ALL DISCHARGE FLANGE HOLES ARE THRU CLEARANCE HOLES EXCEPT AS NOTED. 1 THE DISCHARGE FLANGE DRILLING FOR THE 14 X 12 XP HAS 12 HOLES, 10 HOLES THRU 1" DIA. & 2 HOLES TAPPED 7/8 -9UNC-2B AS SHOWN, ON A 17" DIA. B.C.

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Electric Motor Dimensions Average values of full load amperes at motor terminals Three phase A-C induction type squirrel cage and wound motor

Motor HP 1 1 1/2 2 3 5 7 1/2 10 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 75 100 125

230 Volts 3.60 5.20 6.80 9.60 15.20 22.00 28.00 42.00 54.00 68.00 80.00 104.00 130.00 154.00 192.00 240.00 296.00

460 Volts 1.80 2.60 3.40 4.80 7.60 11.00 14.00 21.00 27.00 34.00 40.00 52.00 65.00 77.00 96.00 120.00 148.00

575 Volts 1.40 2.10 2.70 3.90 6.10 9.00 11.00 17.00 22.00 27.00 32.00 41.00 52.00 62.00 77.00 96.00 118.00

Electric Motor Approximate Dimensions Frame D E 2F H U N-W 143T 3.50 2.75 4.00 .34 .875 2.25 145T 3.50 2.75 5.00 .34 .875 2.25 182T 4.50 3.75 4.50 .41 1.125 2.75 184T 4.50 3.75 5.50 .41 1.125 2.75 213T 5.25 4.25 5.50 .41 1.375 3.38 215T 5.25 4.25 7.00 .41 1.375 3.38 254T 6.25 5.00 8.25 .53 1.625 4.00 256T 6.25 5.00 10.00 .53 1.625 4.00 284T 7.00 5.50 9.50 .53 1.875 4.62 284TS 7.00 5.50 9.50 .53 1.625 3.25 286T 7.00 5.50 11.00 .53 1.875 4.62 286TS 7.00 5.50 11.00 .53 1.625 3.25 324T 8.00 6.25 10.50 .66 2.125 5.25 324TS 8.00 6.25 10.50 .66 1.875 3.75 326T 8.00 6.25 12.00 .66 2.125 5.25 326TS 8.00 6.25 12.00 .66 1.875 3.75 364T 9.00 7.00 11.25 .66 2.375 5.88 364TS 9.00 7.00 11.25 .66 1.875 3.75 365T 9.00 7.00 12.25 .66 2.375 5.88 365TS 9.00 7.00 12.25 .66 1.875 3.75 404T 10.00 8.00 12.25 .81 2.875 7.25 404TS 10.00 8.00 12.25 .81 2.125 4.25 405T 10.00 8.00 13.75 .81 2.875 7.25 405TS 10.00 8.00 13.75 .81 2.125 4.25 444T 11.00 9.00 14.50 .81 3.375 8.50 444TS 11.00 9.00 14.50 .81 2.375 4.75 445T 11.00 9.00 16.50 .81 3.375 8.50 445TS 11.00 9.00 16.50 .81 2.375 4.75 447T 11.00 9.00 20.00 .81 3.375 8.50 449T 11.00 9.00 25.00 .81 3.375 8.50

AA 3/4 3/4 3/4 3/4 1 1 1-1/4 1-1/4 1-1/2 1-1/2 1-1/2 1-1/2 2 2 2 2 2-1/2 2-1/2 2-1/2 2-1/2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

BA 2.25 2.25 2.75 2.75 3.50 3.50 4.25 4.25 4.75 4.75 4.75 4.75 5.25 5.25 5.25 5.25 5.88 5.88 5.88 5.88 6.62 6.62 6.62 6.62 7.50 7.50 7.50 7.50 7.50 7.50

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Close Coupled Centrifugal Pumps National Oilwell manufactures compact close coupled centrifugal pumps for the 1180, Magnum and 2500 Supreme pump families. 1180 SpaceSaver® Centrifugal Pumps National Oilwell’s line of Mission SpaceSaver Type “S” pumps have a very small footprint for applications where space is a premium. These heavy duty pumps require minimum mounting space and are close coupled eliminating couplings and coupling alignment considerations. The SpaceSaver pump line has been proven in mud pump liner coolant service, general rig water supply, micro-tunneling mud mixing and a variety of additional applications. Explosion proof 50 and 60 HZ motors are maintained in stock ranging from 2 to 10 HP. Close Coupled Magnum and 2500 Supreme National Oilwell continues to provide new product design to fulfill customer needs. Close coupled Magnum and 2500 Supreme pumps utilize the same fluid end and perform identically to the standard Magnum and 2500 Supreme. The close coupled adapter bolts directly onto the motor frame and the impeller attaches to the motor shaft. This configuration eliminates the need for a large base, coupling, coupling guard and alignment considerations. This configuration reduces weight and requires the minimum cubic space of any other configuration.

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Conversion Table Multiply By Atmospheres 1.01325 Atmospheres 33.9 Atmospheres 14.7 Bars 0.98692 Bars 1.0197 Bars 14.7 Barrels - oil 42 Barrels (42 U.S. gal) / day 0.02917 BTU 3.927 x 104 Centimeters 0.3937 Cubic cm / sec 0.0158502 Cubic feet 0.02832 Cubic feet / sec. 448.831 Cubic Inches 4.329 x 10-3 Cubic meters / hr 4.4033 Cubic meters / min 264 Feet 0.3048 Feet of head Specific Gravity ÷ 2.31 Feet of Water 0.0295 Foot - pounds 5.050 x 10-7 Gallons 3785 Gallons 0.1337 Gallons 231 Gallons 3.785 Pints 8 Quarts 4 Gallons - Imperial 1.20095 Gallons water 8.34 Gallons / hour 0.016667 GPM 34.286 GPM 1.4286 GPM 0.2272 GPM 1440 GPM 3.7878 grams/cu. cm. 1 Horsepower hrs. 2546 Horsepower hrs. 1.98 x 106 14.223 Kilograms / cm2 Kilograms / sq. meter 1.422 x 10-3 Kilopascal 0.145 Kilowatts 1.341 Kilowatt hours 3414.4 Liters/min 0.2642 Liters/sec 15.9 Meters 3.28 Miles 5280 Miles / hr 1.609 Miles / hr 0.8689 Millimeters 0.03937 PSI 0.06895 PSI 0.070307 PSI 6.895

To Obtain Bars Feet of water Lbs / sq. inch Atmospheres kg / cm2 PSI Gallons - oil GPM Horsepowers - hrs. Inches GPM Cubic meters GPM Gallons GPM GPM Meters PSI Atmospheres Horsepower hrs. Cubic centimeters Cubic feet Cubic inches Liters Gallons Gallons U.S. gallons Pounds of water GPM Barrels (42 u.s. gal.) / day Barrels (42 u.s. gal.) / hr. m3 / hr Gallons / day Liters / min Sp.Gr. B.T.U. Foot - lbs. PSI PSI PSI Horsepower (U.S.) B.T.U. GPM GPM Feet Feet Kilometers / hr. Knots Inches Bars kg / cm2 Kilopascals

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