4" Peripheral Submersible Deep Well Pump (4SKM)

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Applications

For water supply from wells or reservoirs.
For domestic use, for civil and industrial appplications.
For garden use and irrigation.


Operating conditions

Maximum fluid temperature up to +35º C
Maximum sand content: 0.3%
Maximum immersion: 50m
Minimum well diameter: 4"


Motor and pump

Rewindable motor
Three-phase: 380V-415V, Single-phase: 220V-240
Equip with special start-up control box.

Adopted the NEMA standard

Insulation class: B

Protection grade: IP 68

Intermal diameter of outlet :  1" 


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Q:My water pump went, and car overheated. Can there be any other damage?
Overheating your engine is never good , but are you certain it was actually overheated or just a loose wire, faulty thermostat or other giving erratic readings.. If the Engine did not SMELL hot, if the engine performance did not change, if it did not overheat to the extreme...and quickly, it was probably NOT the water pump. Too, it probably did not damage the engine if it was overheated only to the degree that you say. I would wonder about the water pump scenario. Is it possible that you were in extended stop and go traffic in hot weather, and/or your radiator fluid was low and basically getting air in the system.? I hope your mechanic is competent and honest, and the problem was as he said. Usually there is NO Question in the symptoms that the Engine is overheated (regardless of gauge reading). The OIL would get very thin and HOT as well. Just wondering. Good luck.. P.S. I just read Avatar Country Boy's response after I submitted mine. He has some good advice too. I would add that if the engine ever overheats and loses water (or needs water) DONT EVER POUR WATER INTO A HOT OVERHEATED ENGINE !!!!! If you got the radiator cap off in the first place without getting scalded or WORSE, if you try to add water it WILL essentially EXPLODE back in your face as it hits super heated cooling system parts, and most likely crack your engine block, and/or warp your engine heads...serious engine damage. Instead, let it cool completely Again...Good luck..
Q:Do you need to replace the water pump on your car when replacing the water pump gasket?
What a better time to do it unless of course you are selling it this month. Mechanic is right in saving you money in the future.
Q:Black ATV silicone on water pump gasket?
there are a few color gaskets such as red, blue, orange and black. If you have black you pretty much can use black on any part or gasket that needs replacing so you are fine using your black rtv on your water pump. Black and red are the best rtv and can replace anything an orange or blue gasket can do and more.
Q:Calculating Head Flow Rate (Water Pump)?
If your pump has more capacity than you need, you can always restrict the discharge and create extra artificial head.
Q:Car repair price question: water Pump?
My water pump costed 505 dollars to replace because it ruined other cooling unit components when it went. There is a bit of work to it, but the make and year of the car has a lot to do with it. I had a '94 Olds that did this and with them, you have to remove several engine parts just to get to simple things, let alone the more complicated stuff. $276 is a reasonable price for this to be done at a garage. The cheaper the water pump, the lesser that quality sometimes, and it may not last as long. Good luck!
Q:Acura Legend water pump?
This Site Might Help You. RE: Acura Legend water pump? I have a 1992 acura legend coupe V6 3.2 liter engine. My water pump is leaking. How do I tell if I need the 1 tube or 2 tube pump because thats how the water pumps come. Its either the one tube or two tube but I dont know which one I need for my car. also, how much is the cost to install the water...
Q:Turn Pond Water Pump Off At Night?
we only turned our pond pump on when we were outside to enjoy the pond...that way if our pump got knocked over we were there to keep the water from being pumped out of the pond...which did actually happen due to wind alot..lol...my goldfish in the pond...have lived thru two winters and a summer just this way...they dont need the pump to survive the wind keeps enough oxygen in the pond with ripples that its fine...as for the mosquito's...they form in any standing water..they form in normal ground ponds..they will form in your pond whether you have the pump running or not...we have had our pond 8 years now..and the first year we ran it all the time...we still had mosquito's and that was the only water source around...frogs started coming to the pond after we turned the pond off..which was actually cool..part of the summer we had tadpoles and the fish of course ate some of them...
Q:Two pumps automatically switch start control circuit,
Do you mean that 2 pumps are used in a hole? With float switch control, plus time relay 24 hours, every 12 hours at will, you set time, seconds, minutes can be
Q:Is The water pump working?
First let me say the GOOD LORD was watching over you. You NEVER NEVER NEVER open a radiator cap when it is hot. Had a friend do that and he now has scars on his chest where the water sculled him. Yes it is working. What you need to do is change the thermostat. But please wait until the engine is cool to the touch.
Q:Well water pump trouble...?
If the captive air tank has failed you should still get some water flow. if you are not getting any flow and the pump is spinning then the pump may need to be replaced. There is also a pressure switch that may have failed but if that were the case you would have got flow unless the pump burned up. so, bottom line is this. 1) turn power off. let a tiny bit of air out of the Schroeder valve on the captive air tank. if water comes out, the tank is bad. make sure to fill the tank up to about 40psi. 2)turn power off. remove the cover of the pressure switch and clean with compressed air. move the switch back and forth. sand the contacts with emory cloth. 3) if the tank was good turn the power back on and make sure all the valves are open (even the ones you havent touched) if you are still not getting water you should probably call a plumber. most likely at this point you have a bad switch or tank and it has caused your pump to burn up. good luck

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