AH Series High Efficiency Slurry Centrifugal Pump

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1. Description

Industrial centrifugal ah slurry pump

Cantilevered, horizontal, centrifugal,single stage slurry pump


2. Application

 the slurry pumps are designed for handling abrasive, high density slurries in the metallurgical, mining, coal, power, building material and other industrial departments.


3. Features

 Long bearing life: The bearing assembly is with large diameter shaft and short overhang. 
Wear resistant and anti-abrasion wet parts: The wet parts can be made of hard metal (24-28% Chrome alloy)or pressure molded rubber.They are completely interchangeable with each other.More materials are also available.
Easily replaceable liners: Liners are bolted to the casing.
Simple maintenance throat-bush: the mating face of the throat bush is tapered, so the wear is reduced and removal is simple.
Easy adjustment of impeller: An impeller adjustment mechanism is provided below the bearing housing.
High efficiency and high head design are also available.
Centrifugal seal,mechanical seal and packing seal are available.


4. Other Pictures

AH Series High Efficiency Slurry Centrifugal Pump

5. FAQ

1       Are CNBM pumps available in DIY stores?

Yes, currently, we’re available for DIY stores all over the world.

2       Where do I have to send pumps for service?

You must send them to the CNBM PUMP Service Point or, after contacting Customer Care, to the CNBM PUMP service center in China.

3       Are your pumps acid-proofed?

To choose the right pumps for chemical applications, we do need further details on hydraulic operations as well as on the type, concentration and temperature of the liquid.




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Q:My water pump needs to be bleeded i think?
You might need a new foot valve. That keeps the water from draining back into the well. Depending on what type of pump you have, could be at the bottom of the well. To bleed the well, you need to remove the plug on the motor...it looks like a nut...about 3/4. You remove that and fill with water...when its full, turn the pump on and keep filling it till it gushes out...put the plug in (with new teflon tape) and it should work. Be careful not to touch the electrical, could get shocked. Its easy if the foot valve is good.
Q:2001 mercury cougar water pump belt broke?
The bearings within the pump, or the belt tensioner pulley bearings, or even the alternator could have gone bad. Any one of the components that draw from the serpentine belt may be the origin.Once the engine cools it may be determined which component caused the failure. If the water pump turns freely then it's not the source and can be ruled out. Same with the tensioner pulley.
Q:water pump replacement 2000 Plymouth Voyager?
This okorder.com/... Look on the front of the engine and see if it is there with a pulley and normal belt on it.
Q:where is the water pump located on a 2001 camaro?
Water pump will be at the front center of the engine usually about 2 behind the fan belt Please be very careful never to allow the vehicle to run low on coolant or serious and expensive engine damage will occur. If in doubt don't drive it until its fixed Take a flashlight and take a good look over the whole engine compartment giving close attention to all the hoses connecting the engine to the radiator its best to find the exact location of the leak and get it fixed.Coolant leaks usually leave a discolored stain so this may help in finding it. Also take a look at the carpet on both front floorpans of the vehicle its possible that the cars heater may have failed and this will leak coolant all over either 1 or both floor pans which can then leak out on to the ground below via a drain hole.
Q:WATER PUMP REPLACEMENT?
if the water pump is driven by the timing belt then its a good idea to change both as the labor to get into water pump is the same as to do the timing belt. I'd spend the extra $50 for the belts and change them while I'm in there and that way you'll be ahead of the game instead of paying (or taking the time) to do it twice at two different times
Q:Could I replace a water pump myself?
The pump has a weep hole. Once the seal has been damaged by slack from bad bearings, it will begin to leak most car owners begin to weep. If you have a general tool set,i.e. sockets ratchets wrenches, you should be able to change it. Some vehicles require removing several componets to get to the water pump. If that is your case, Make notes of any wires removed, label them, keep the bolts for each individual componet separate from the others. Some bolts are different sizes lengths. Keep good notes. Be sure clean all the old gasket material off before the new install.
Q:How can I pump the motor insulation?
A submersible pump to shake the insulation, water pump distance more than 20 meters away from the cable distribution box is fixed, at this time to shake the insulation in the distance distribution box can only shake, disconnect the power cable is connected with the shake table, the ground end is connected with the electric box so that the pump shell shake shake, also must be reliable grounding to shake to now, the pump shell grounding not only in the water, it must be a wire connected with a shell or a wire will be immersed in water, this is right insulating shake,
Q:does aquarium pump go in water?
If you mean an air pump, No. The air pump should be out of the water preferably above the fish tank, but below the fish tank is fine as long as you have a check valve connected to the airline tubing, which prevents water from entering and damaging the air pump.
Q:Water pump removal?
Engine mounts generally keep the motor secured to the frame. It sounds like your water pump may have a mounting bracket bolted to the engine mount. Obviously you should not move a vehicle after you loosen the motor mounts. And for saftey reasons it's always a good idea to rig a chain pulley to hold the motor while removing the mounting bolts brackets. Hope this answered you question.
Q:how many consequence hours can I leave my water pump working?
Hey Don ..did you mean consecutive hours..if so. Here is how to do it..If there is fluid to be pumped there is sometimes a controller that will ask the pump to stop when it reaches low level . And again ON when it senses high level. Find this device, if one exists and either defeat it mechanically or wire around it electrically.Either is pretty simple. NOW that i have told you how to get it to run all the time. I though I might mention a timer..A timer, in series with your pump, will cut it off and give the liquid level a chance to rise as well. Timers can be defeated the same as all other protective devices,, My question is Are you sure this is what you want to do ? The plug on the end of the cord ,it must be a small pump if only 2 amps, should be your only control .If it has an auto off feature it's there to save your pump from burning the barn down ,so to speak, Why not take another look at your application. if you do have an endless fluid supply ,like a closed loop trickling fountain, remember those evaporate if make up water is not added. Sometimes though you need a pump to run 24-7 in which case just fool the controller..Of course the human is the true controller... :) Well I have armed you with enough info to get by on this please do so safely. From the E...

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