Axial Split Chemical Pumps The Purple One

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Axial Split Chemical Pumps The Purple OneDouble suction pump 
Pump complies to API610 API682 
Pump capacity:65~16000 
Pump Head:10~215m

Double suction pump 
Pump complies to API610 API682 
Pump capacity:65~16000 
Pump Head:10~215m 
Pump Max. pressure:1.6MPa

 

Introduction:

This double suction pump product is foot mounted, single-stage and double suction with axial split structure.

Its inlet flange and outlet flange are arranged at the lower part of the body, paralel with the axis. Therefore, the rotor can be easily taken out for overhaul, unnecessary to remove pipes, valves and motor.

 

Mechanical seal: according to customer's requirements

1. Mechanical seal---171(A) mechanical seal (this kind of seal is the national-patented product, patent No. ZL92 2 20977.4 )  single or dual MS.

2. Dynamic seal.

3. Packing gland seal.

4. Other brands.

Coupling: pin type coupling

 


Water supply and water treatment industry

Paper-making industry

Heating devices of power plants, thermal power plants and pipeline networks

Fire protection systems

Seawater salt production


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Q:Coolant dripping from A/C compressor - is it the water pump or the compressor itself?
i think of that particularly some the coolant have been given interior the compressor and now it is being heated up by ability of the warmth out of your compressor rotation jointly as the unit doesnt artwork , it nevertheless spins whilst you're taking the belt off the compressor, and replace it with a smaller belt that fits without the AC it would end the smoke. or you are able to desire to absolutely eliminate the AC compressor (as a results of fact it wont artwork) and be rid of the comprehensive subject.
Q:Why does the GB/T3216 specify the pump performance tolerance as positive and negative?
Only half a year after graduation. Professional stuff is forgotten...I can't help you...
Q:What is the purpose of providing recirculation line & balance leak off line for a boiler feed water pump?
The feed pumps for most power plants are multistage centrifugal pumps. They have a minimum flow requirement or the balancing forces of the various impellers are lost and the pump is damaged. A recirculation line permits a minimum flow to be maintained at all times. It goes back to the deaerator so the boiler feedwater is not lost. Note: many of these pumps have the recycle automated so it is only in operation at very low flow rates. The leak off from the balancing line is recycled for the same reason.
Q:Is my water pump failing?
Not it's because you have a cracked cylinder head. Does the exhaust spew out a lot of white smoke? Edit: Having a blown head gasket does not explain the missing coolant. If you had a misfire or the engine was struggling a little then yes the head gasket would explain that. If you've never seen white smoke from the exhaust or under the hood, then I would say it is because the fan is not working properly. The gurgling that you hear is the boiling water going from the radiator to the reservoir tank. It is probably overfilling the reservoir tank and evaporating as well.
Q:Hot water recirculation pumps?
Get the pump, the valve is useless without it. Why anybody would advise you to put a tankless heater under the sink to remedy one faucet when the recirc system will do it for all your fixtures is beyond me.You will not need a return line with the rscirc system. They work good!
Q:How do you rate rotary water pumps?
Either from the HP needed to run or the output in GPM.
Q:Air Locked Water Pump?
If you are using a standard well pump, then there should be a check valve in the pipe between the holding tank and the pump. In a well it will be a foot valve, but may also have been a simple check valve. The work on your mains may have introduced dirt into the valve and prevents if from sealing and maintaining the pressure in the system when the pump stops. Someone also suggested that the pressure tank (not the holding tank) associated with the pump has become water logged. If that is the case then a small volume of water coming out of the pressure tank will cause a large enough pressure change to keep the pump working. Last possibility, there has to be a sensor that determines that the level of the water in the holding tank is low and will turn on the mains supply and when the level gets high enough that the mains supply is turned off. This can be a pressure switch or a mercury switch similar to one with a sump pump, etc. So my suggestions are: Check to make sure that the holding tank is clean and there is no sediment in it. Check to make sure that the holding tank fills when the water level drops, (it appears to stop when it is full). If you do this next procedure, make sure that you know how to prime your pump. I would also turn off the hot water tank. If it is a foot valve, remove the foot valve by removing the clamp and then back wash it to clean out the dirt. If it is an in-line check valve then remove the pipe. between the pump and the holding tank and invert it, and run water through it to clean out any sediment, then replace the pipe. Drain the pressure tank, and if you can pump some air into it. Then make sure that everything is connected, prime the pump and turn it on. Make sure that everything is working, then at each tap, especially the hot water taps, turn them on and leave running until the water flows smoothly. When all of the air is out of the system then turn on the hot water tank.
Q:how much does it cost to change a timing belt and water pump on my a car?
Not knowing the car and the market you live in... $3-500 is a good guess... Call the dealer and price them,sometimes they are so experienced doing a job they will quote less then an independent repair shop... Usually not though. As your friends for a referral. Bob
Q:Water pump 50HZ impeller and 60HZ what is different, why not the same?
50HZ motors are usually not damaged if they run on a 60HZ circuit, but the speed will increaseConversely, the 60HZ device runs on the 50HZ circuit, and the speed drops.Because of their different frequency, make them synchronous speed rotating magnetic field winding is different, so the rotor induction (induction motor) speed will be different, the pump will naturally lift Gao Shaoxu, and often will not cause damage to the equipment, because many things are in the 50HZ 60HZ.Second, for synchronous motors, the increase and decrease of speed is much more obvious than that of induction motors, because their rotor and motor are synchronous and keep synchronous speed
Q:Water Pump question ...?
water pumps will have a small leak when the seal or bearing is bad as they get worse the more it will leak or become noisy $ 400 is too much to replace a water pump.

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