Remove the two bolts holding the pillow block bearing on the asphalt transfer pump shaft.
The asphalt transfer pump can be removed. Remove the key from the shaft and remove the bearing after
loosening the collar.
Remove the junction box cover on the electrical motor. Label the electrical wires and disconnect the three
power wires and the ground. Disconnect the ground strap from the electric motor to the frame.
Remove the four bolts holding the electric motor and remove the electric motor.
Inspect all components that have been removed for wear or damage.
Inspect the drive belts and replace the complete set if any belt is found to be damaged or broken. Check
the length of each belt in the set to determine if they are identical. Replace the belts with a matched set if
one belt is found to have a different length than the others.
Inspect the sheaves for wear or damage. Replace either or both of them if the damage cannot be repaired.
Have the electric motor inspected and tested by a qualified facility. Repair or replace as necessary.
Clean all components thoroughly. Clean them in a bio-degradable solution intended for the removal of liquid
Replace all flange gaskets with new ones.
The asphalt transfer pump should be inspected, tested and disassembled according to the manufacturers
instructions in Section 3-7-7.
Install the pillow block bearing onto the asphalt transfer pump shaft. Install the key into the shaft and
position the pump on the base.
Install a new flange gasket and bolt the flange to the pipe assembly. Install a new flange gasket between
the pump and the meter and bolt the two flanges.
Install the bolts that hold the pump in place and the bolts for the pillow block bearing.