CDL Stainless Steel Vertical Multistage Centrifugal Water Pump

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1. Performance of CDL Series Stainless Steel Vertical Multistage Pump

Flow Range:1-200m3/h

Head Range:11-200m

Power Range:0.37-110KW

Temperature:-20ºC-120ºC

Material:Stainless Steel 304,316

Work Pressure:<1.6mpa< span="">

2. Introduction of CDL Series Stainless Steel Vertical Multistage Pump
Non self-priming type vertical multistage centrifugal pump, the motor is directly connected with the pump through shaft couplings, impeller guide vane is made of stamping stainless steel plate or precision casting stainless steel, smooth surface , hydraulic flow loss is small, and easily for cleaning, is very favorable for conveying pure medium. Pump inlet and outlet in a straight line(can be equipped with IEC or NEMA motor). 

3. Operating Conditions of CDL Series Stainless Steel Vertical Multistage Pump
Thin, clean, non inflammable and explosive liquid not containing solids or fiber. 
The liquid temperature: normal temperature type - 15 ºC to 70 ºC hot water type to + 120 ºC 
Environmental temperature: highest + 40 ºC 
Height: highest 1000m 

4. Motor Introduction of CDL Series Stainless Steel Vertical Multistage Pump
Motor is fully enclosed, air-cooled type 2 pole standard motors. 
Protection grade: IP55 
Insulation grade: F 
Standard voltage: 1Ph 220-230/240V 
3Ph 200-220/346-380V 
3Ph 220-240/380-415V 
3Ph 380-415V 

5. Typical Applications of CDL Series Stainless Steel Vertical Multistage Pump
Water supply: water filtration and conveying, waterworks water supply, pipe pressurization, high-rise building pressurization. 
Industrial pressurization: process water system, cleaning system, high pressure flushing system, fire control system. 
Industrial liquid transportation: cooling and air conditioning system, the boiler feed water and condensation system, machine tool accessory, acid and alkali. 
Water treatment: ultrafiltration system, reverse osmosis system, distillation system, separator. 
Irrigation: farm irrigation, sprinkler, drip.


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CDL Stainless Steel Vertical Multistage Centrifugal Water Pump

CDL Stainless Steel Vertical Multistage Centrifugal Water Pump


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Q:My water pump went, and car overheated. Can there be any other damage?
If its starts, runs and drives its probably ok. Sometimes the engine block can crack--- if so you might notice that you are loosing oil or antifreeze---- and/or they are mixing together inside the engine. Also, if you see a lot of white smoke coming from the tailpipe then you have a problem. Otherwise, even if it was overheated it should be fine as long as it wasn't driven for extended periods, over and over. Often what really causes damage to overheated vehicles is when people add cold water to an overheated engine, which can cause it to crack as well. The spark plugs probably got the worst of it... Change the spark plugs and your oil. Good luck and best regards.
Q:Work done in water pumping?
Power_W = (Mass_kg * Gravity_m/s/s * Height_m) / time_s Where: Mass kg is 1kg/l of 2000 liters Gravity is 9.81m/s/s Head is 60m + 10m (height). The suction head is ignored because the pump is submerged. In practice there is some suction head due to intake restrictions like pipes, check valves, strainers. The time is 20 minutes in seconds. The work is the energy used in the time allocated, which is: power * time in seconds, which is watt seconds = joules. Not needed here as it is in the formula above. Power is the rate of doing work. The depth below water is not really relevant except for pipe losses which increase the head slightly. The flow is 2000 liters/20 minutes = 100 l/min. This can be used with the head of 70m to determine the pipe restriction, which amounts to a pressure drop representing extra head added. It will indicate whether the pipe is too small (excessive head added) or whether the pipe is overkill (no head added). You can find on line calculators for this, e.g. search pipe resistance flow on line calculator. I am guessing a 2 inch pipe has little loss at this flow. This is the so called water power. It is the output power of the pump. The pump may only be 50% or so efficient, so the mechanical power delivered by the motor needs to be greater by this ratio. The electrical input power to the motor is greater again to allow for motor efficiency. This might be 60-90%. In practice the efficiency of pump and motor are determined from user manual or specification of the actual devices with the actual loads (head and flow).
Q:1996 Buick Lesabre water pump?
Drain coolant, would would desire to eliminate coolant reservoir,next pull belt tensoner back and eliminate belt remembering the way its routed. next eliminate the bolts on w-pump pulley eliminate outer ring of bolts on pump. sparkling gasket setting up new one ,.bleed air from equipment to pevent overheat.desire that's stable.
Q:how to repair water pump?
Yep,.. you let the smoke out.... gotta get another motor
Q:water pump for cabin?
The way wells work is there's a pump at the bottom. It pumps water into a holding tank that has a diaphragm separating water from an air charge. There's also a pressure sensor switch that kicks the pump on when the pressure in the water tank drops below 40 PSI and shuts it off when it reaches 60 PSI. Well water systems don't just run the pump constantly, or they would burn up. What you want to do is use your storage tank as a source. Pump that into a smaller holding tank from a well water system so that when you run the water you run it from the pressure in the holding tank. When the pressure is low enough the main tank pump will pump up the pressure in the holding tank back to 60 PSI and shut off again. It's well worth it to make sure you don't have leaks. Otherwise your main tank will end up empty and the pump will run on and on. Which is another thing you have to watch for. You can install a float level switch so that if the water in the main tank drops below a certain level it shuts the pump off. AND you can also have it switch a warning light on so you know when the big tank is empty. Hope this helps. '')
Q:My car squeaks every time I turn it on. But the belt is tight and I have a new water pump and alternator.?
no, there's no lubing the water pump. You can have a dry bearing or worn bearing in your Alternator, power steering pump, A/C pump, etc. All these can contribute to a squeak or squeal that can drive you crazy. Glazed belts are another thing, did you check the other belts when you changed your water pump belt? is it a serpentine belt that does it all, or do you have 2 or 3 separate belts? Usually if the noise goes away after awhile, it's a bearing problem.
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Q:can I use copper spay gasket to seal my water pump gasket on my truck?
Sure, why not? Usually, the metal area when most water pumps are bolted too are cleaned with a scraper of some kind and old gasket matter is removed. That surface should be cleaned, flat, and free of irregularity. Most mechanics, if they use any kind of stickum - like contact cement from a tube, or the costlier, but not-needed specialty sealers, is applied to the pump surface so the gasket stays put and not move when installing the bolts. The glue does not do any actual sealing, just the fiber gasket will. None needs to be applied to the engine side that you scraped clean. Make sense to you? It's probably a good idea to service the cooling system with a non-caustic flush cleaner before hand -since all the coolant will come out during the change. Then add a additive that neutralizes acids with the new anti-freeze.
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Go to your local auto parts store and pick up a Haynes Repair Manual. Very detailed, and only about $20.

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