Enoitalia—Manuals and Parts

Ordering Parts

We will discontinue all Enoitalia parts as they sell out. If you do not see the part here, then please reach out to Enoitalia.

 

Euro 20 Manual (best in color)
Euro 30 Manual (best in color)

Euro 20 parts
Euro 20 uses same impeller and seals as the MEP 20. Go here for impeller and seals.
Euro 20 schematic

Capacitors changed at beginning of 2012. It is easy to determine which version you have by position of the start switch.

2011 and earlier: Start (rocker) switch is on the top of the electrical box.
2011 Run Capacitor (~10 uF) $20

2012: Start switch is on the side of the electrical box.
2012 Start Rocker Switch-WHITE $20
2012 Run Capacitor (~14 uF) $12
2012 Start Capacitor (~50 uF Xenon) $40

Euro 30 single speed parts

  • Bypass Oring $2
    There are two set screws holding the bypass.
  • Start Capacitor (black) for Euro 30 single speed $24
  • Run Capacitor (gray/white) for Euro 30 single speed $25
    Older models may not have start cap. If you have a 3-position switch (not 5) then you have only a run capacitor.
  • Pos. 4 Bearing (order at VXB.com S6204-2RS Kit 8984)

Euro 40-FD manual (best in color)
Euro 50-FD manual (best in color)
Euro 60-FD manual (best in color)

  • GFI: You cannot use Euro 40/50/60-FD pumps on a circuit with GFI (Ground Fault Interrupter). These pumps have a frequency drive which will trip the GFI.

Euro 40-FD (MVE) parts

  • Seals and Orings $95
    Positions 6,7,8, 9, and 13
    20 mm shaft. orings 2154, 3193, 2154
  • Pos. 4 Bearing 6205 (25-52-15) go to vxb.com 6205-2RS

Euro 50-FD (MVE) parts
Enoitalia changed the seal/oring design around 2013.
Look at this page to determine if you have the newest version.

  • Seals and Orings--before ~2013 $120
    Pos. 6,8, 9, and 13.
    26 mm shaft. Orings 2157, 2157. We do not have Pos 7, oring 3212.
  • Seals and Orings for newest >2013 version $120
  • Pos. 4 Bearing 6206 (30-62-16) purchase this at vxb.com 6206-2RS

Euro 60-FD (MVE) parts

  • Motor for Euro-60-FD $700
    with separate fan. Seals and flange included. You need the Orings.
  • Seals and Orings $140
    Pos. 6,7,8, 9 and 13
    30 mm shaft. 2164, 3256, 2164. [typo in schematic. Pos. 13 is 2164, not 2154.]

  • Pos. 4 Bearing 6306-2RS (30-72-19). go to vxb.com

The replacement motors for Euro 40/50/60-FD have separate fan. If you have a pump with a separate fan, then hookup is obvious.

If you have an older pump that does not have a separate fan [Does the motor fan run when you turn on the main power? --If no, then you have a unit without separate fan.], then you need to run two wires from the control box to the motor. 1)Run the two hot wires from either the outlet side of the fuse box (labeled 2 and 4) or the inputs to the frequency drive. 2)Get an electrical bulkhead and install it thru the wall of the control box. 3)Pull the fan wires out of the motor box. Connect the hots to fan wires. Be sure to seal up the opening on the motor electircal box with silicone.

 

 

Crusher/Destemmers

Click here for schematic of ENO 15 parts
Eno 15 manual

  • Position 11. Bearing (order at VXB.com S6204-2RS Kit 8984) same as euro 30 bearing.
  • Position 15. $13
    Support. 20 mm ID. (S20). Lubricate annually.
  • Position 24 (or 25). $21
    Gear on drive roller. ID=18 mm. OD=96 mm (3.8") 16 teeth. This is for units with rubber rollers. Position 25 is same but user needs to drill and extra hole for slotted pin. Note user can replace slotted pin with small nut/bolt.
  • Position 26. $32
    Sprocket (corona). ID= 18 mm. Outside diameter is ~10.4". 64 teeth.
  • Position 30. $5
    gasket. same as position 4 of Jolly 35.
  • Position 31. $25
    top gear. 20 mm ID. 25 teeth..
  • Capacitor for Eno-15/10 $20
    30 microF, 2-5/8" long.
  • Caps for newer units $50 for both
    newer units may have 2 capacitors. both grey. 20 microfarad and 40 microfarad

Click here for schematic of Eno 10 parts
Eno 10 manual

  • Position 4. $5
    gasket G15. same as position 4 of Jolly 35.
  • Position 5. $13
    same as position 15 on ENO-15. Lubricate annually.
  • Position 10. Bearing (order at VXB.com S6204-2RS Kit 8984) same as euro 30 bearing.
  • Position 13. $31
    Large Sprocket . 20 mm ID.
  • Capacitor for Eno-15/10 $20
    30 microF, 2-5/8" long.
  • Caps for newer units $50 for both
    newer units may have 2 capacitors. both grey. 20 microfarad and 40 microfarad

Click here for schematic of Eno-3 parts

  • Position 11. Bearing (order at VXB.com S6204-2RS Kit 8984) same as euro 30 bearing.
  • Position 15. $13
    same as position 15 on ENO-15. Lubricate annually.
  • Position 24.
    Same as Position 24 on ENO-15. This is for units with rubber rollers.
  • Position 25.
    Same as Position 25 on ENO-15. This is for units with rubber rollers.
  • Position 26. $30
    Sprocket (corona). ID= 18 mm. Outside diameter is ~8.3". 50 teeth.
  • Position 32. $11
    S1041 support. Lubricate annually.
  • Position 33. $10
    S1010 support. Lubricate annually.
  • Capacitor for Eno-15/10/3 $20
    31.5 microF, 2-5/8" long.

Click here for schematic of Jolly 35 destemmer and Manual for Jolly 35

  • Position 1. $14
    Support S25 .25 mm ID. Does NOT have brass insert.
  • Position 4. $5
    Foam Gasket G15.
  • Position 15
    Bearing. 6205-2RS. 25 mm x 52 mm x 15 mm. go to vxb.com 6205-2RS.
  • Position 17 $26
    Gear. 25 mm ID. OD ~ 2.75". 18 teeth.
  • Position 23 $100
    Impeller. 25 mm ID. takes 8 mm slotted pin (or use bolt).
  • Position 35. $20
    Support with brass insert. 25 mm ID
  • Capacitors for single phase motors---see Jolly 30 A/R parts
  • Switch---see Jolly 30 A/R

Click here for schematic of Jolly-30-A/R parts
Manual for Jolly 30 A/R

  • Position 2. $20
    Support with brass insert. 25 m ID. Same as position Pos. 35 of Jolly-35.
  • Position 4. $5
    Gasket G15. same as position 4 of Jolly-35.
  • Position 5-1. $14
    Support S25. 25 mm ID. Does NOT have brass insert. same as Position 1 of Jolly-35.
    Note schematic is incorrect. There are two S20 and one S25, not three S25. S20s support the rubber rollers. S25 supports the hopper auger.
  • Postion 5-2. $13
    Support S20. same as Position 15 of Eno-15. Note schematic is wrong. There are two S20 and one S25, not three S25. S20s support the rubber rollers. S25 supports the hopper auger.
  • Position 6.
    sprocket included with Position 14.
  • Pos. 13. $18
    Gear. 20 mm ID. ~4" diameter. 16 teeth.
  • Position 14. $26
    Gear. 20 mm ID. ~4" diameter. 16 teeth. Includes sprocket (Position 6).
  • Position 25
    Bearing. 6205-2RS. 25 mm x 52 mm x 15 mm. go to vxb.com 6205-2RS.
  • Position 27 $26
    Same as Pos. 17 of Jolly 35.
  • Position 32. $100
    Impeller. same as Jolly 35 Pos. 23.
  • Jolly 30/35 wheel. $10
    16 mm ID. ~5.75" OD.
  • Start BLACK Capacitor---Outside-$35
    with leads for capacitor mounted on side of motor. ~125 microF
  • Start BLACK Capacitor-Inside $30
    without leads for capacitor mounted inside electrical box. ~125 microF
  • Run GREY Capacitor--Outside -$35
    with long leads for capacitor mounted on side of motor. 50 microF
  • Run GREY Capacitor--Inside-$20
    with short leads for capacitor mounted inside electrical box. 30 microF
  • Switch. $45
    3-position (0,1,spring-loaded start) for single phase 230V motor with start capacitor. CA0120031

Click here for schematic of Jolly 40-A/R parts
Manual for Jolly 40 A/R

  • Pos. 5. $20
    Support with brass insert. 25 mm ID. same as Pos. 35 of Jolly-35.
  • Pos. 6. $5
    Gasket G15. Same as pos. 4 of Jolly-35.
  • Pos. 26 $26
    Gear. 25 mm ID. OD ~ 2.75". 18 teeth. Same as Pos. 17 of Jolly 35.
  • Pos. 32. $30
    Large sprocket. ~10" OD, 25 mm ID.
  • Pos. 34. $18
    same as Pos. 13 of Jolly 30 A/R
  • Position 35. $26
    same as Pos. 14 of Jolly 30 A/R
  • Capacitors for single phase motors---see Jolly 30 A/R parts
  • Switch---see Jolly 30 A/R
  • 3-phase motor for Jolly 40/50/60 variable speed
    Search for Leeson Motor 192205.00
    This is the correct motor if you have Jolly 40 variable speed--with inverter box.

Click here for schematic of Jolly 60 parts and manual and St. Pats manual

  • Position 5.
    Bearing. same as Pos. 15 of Jolly-35. 6205-2RS. 25 mm x 52 mm x 15 mm.go to vxb.com 6205-2RS
  • Pos. 11. $14
    S25 support. 25 mm ID. same as Pos. 1 of Jolly-35.
  • Pos. 12. $5
    gasket G15. same as pos. 4 of Jolly-35.
  • Pos. 40
    Try VXB.com

    SB205 bearing in FL205 housing. 25 mm ID. Fixed with 2 bolts. same as pos. 26 of Jolly 50 A/R
  • Pos. 50. $43
    roller gear. 30 mm ID. ~6-3/4" OD. 15 teeth.
  • Pos. 62. $18
    black knob to adjust roller spacing--knob only
  • 3-phase motor for Jolly 40/50/60
    Search for Leeson Motor 192205.00
    Use only with VFD (variable speed)

click here for Jolly 50 A/R schematic
and Enoitalia manual
and St. Pats manual

Jolly 50 uses many of the same parts as Jolly 60.

  • Position 6.
    Bearing. same as Pos. 15 of Jolly-35. 6205-2RS. 25 mm x 52 mm x 15 mm. go to vxb.com 6205-2RS. we do not have the flange that holds the bearing.
  • Pos. 11. $14
    S25 support. 25 mm ID. same as Pos. 1 of Jolly-35.
  • Pos. 12. $5
    gasket G15. same as pos. 4 of Jolly-35.
  • Pos. 26
    Try VXB.com

    SB205 bearing in FL205 housing. 25 mm ID. Fixed with 2 bolts.
  • Pos. 37
    same as Pos. 26
  • Pos. 40. $95
    Gear on drive roller. 15 teeth. 25 mm ID. ~6-3/4" OD. this also has the small steel sprocket attached.
  • Pos. 44 $25 sold out
    Try VXB.com. UC206 Bearing in FA206 housing. 30 mm ID. One side fixed, the other side adjustable.
  • Position 46 $15
    Pulley for motor. Double belt. 28 mm ID, 86 mm OD
  • Pos. 48. $42
    gear on other roller. 15 teeth. 20 mm ID. ~6-3/4" OD
  • Pos. 51. $8
    Handwheel---adjusts roller spacing
  • Pos. 55 $25 sold out
    same as Pos. 44 Try VXB.com
  • Pos. 62 $15
  • Pos. 64 $17
  • 3-phase motor for Jolly 40/50/60
    Search for Leeson Motor 192205.00
    Use only with VFD (variable speed)

Jolly 100 manual
Jolly 100 Parts
We have most parts in stock but please use the schematic to identify the part and send an email first.

GFI: You cannot use Jolly 40/50/60/100 on a circuit with GFI (Ground Fault Interrupter). They have a frequency drive which will trip the GFI.