CQB-F Fluorine Plastic Magnetic Acid Pump

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CQB-F Fluorine Plastic Magnetic Acid Pump

 

1. Summarize

It is also called magnetic drive pump, using modern magnetic theory, adopts internal and external magnetic steel to delivery.

 

2. Application
1) It is widely used in chemical, pharmacy,  rare dust separate, smelt and car manufacture area.

2) Better for transporting acids, bases, oils and other fluids, which are either toxic and volatile or easy to leak, flammable and explosive.

3) Suitalbe Temperature: -20°C~+100°C

 

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Product Features
The CQB heavy duty magnetic drive pump flow is partly made of stainless steel has good corrosion resistance, organic acids, organic compounds, alkali, neutral solution and gases, the double helix bad carbon graphite bearing and carbide bushings mill, has a strong resistance to wear, to ensure that the life of the product, is the ideal pump leak-free transport of corrosive media.

Technical parameters:
Performance:
Flow range: 3.2m3 / h ~ 100m3 / h
Head range: 8m ~ 50m
Motor power: 1.1kw ~ 55kw

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Model significance:
Examples: CQB50-32-160
CQ ------- magnetic drive pump
B ------- current component materials for metal
50 ------- suction port diameter (mm)
32 ------- row outlet diameter (mm)
160 ------- impeller nominal diameter (mm)

 

Specification performance data table

Model No.CaliberCapacity (m3/h)Head  (m)Power (kW)
Voltage
Inlet(mm)Outlet(mm)(V)
CQB15-10-85F15101.880.12220/380
CQB20-15-105F20153120.37220/380
CQB32-25-125F32253.2200.75380
CQB32-25-145F32253.2250.75380
CQB40-32-115F40326.3150.75380
CQB40-32-145F40326.3251.5380
CQB40-32-160F40326.3322.2380
CQB50-40-125F504012.5202.2380
CQB50-40-160F504012.5323380
CQB65-50-125F655025203380
CQB65-50-160F655025325.5380
CQB80-65-125F806550207.5380
CQB80-65-160F8065503211380
CQB100-80-125F100801002011380
CQB100-80-160F100801003218.5380

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Q:where is the water pump on a rover 400 series 1999 model?
water pumps are never an easy fix. most the time you have to take the fan off, and the radiator as well so a person has room to work. MOST water pumps are in front of the motor, towards the bottom. If you follow your radiator hoses you will find it.
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:What is the water pump population pre rotation, what harm?
Is the entrance of water flow in the formation of complex turbulent flow, flow direction, shock, vibration, easy to damage the front entrance device, such as vane impeller, shaft sleeve, sealing element.
Q:sewer water in my sump pump?
As the name suggests, this type of pump relies on water power or suction to do its work. It's really just a glorified T Junction with a valve connected. It connects the wastewater pipe that leads out of the home from the drains, with the PVC pipe leading from the sump pit. These are backup pumps should the home's power supply be cut due to bad weather conditions. To operate, the flow of water from the drains and sinks in the home acts as a suction, pulling along the water from the sump pit to lead it out of the home to either a wastewater facility or a septic tank (depending whether or not the house is connected to a city water and sewer system). As you might guess, this type of pump is far less effective than an electric model. But in an emergency, it's better than nothing.
Q:My alternator belt broke down and maybe the water pump, what is fair price to repair?
Changing a water pump is usually costly because it can be time consuming. Having the belt on your car break should not cause your water pump to go out, but having your water pump go out could cause your belt to break. A way to check your water pump would be to make sure that the pully spins freely but that it does not wobble or have extra play. Another sign that your water pump is going bad is when it begins to leak. This means that the seals are bad, and that water can now get into the bearings causing them to degrade and eventually seize up.
Q:Is it the water pump?
The possibility that the thermostat is up side down comes to mind. Chevy water pumps have been known to loose an impeller, but the collapsing upper hose suggests a vacuum is being pulled, so I don't think it is the water pump.
Q:how is water pumped from deep wells?
WELL CRUDE OIL ARE UNDER PRESSURE ALREADY. WELL OIL BURST OUT. SOMETIME BLASTED. SUBMERSIBLE PUMPS ARE BETTER OPTION, IF REQUIRED. STORAGE OIL CAN BE TRANSPORTE/MOVE BY USING CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS.
Q:I need to make a human powered water pump?
The simplest manual pump is the lever-arm pump. This is just an elongated cylindrical reservoir, a valve casing, and a pump chamber in a linear arrangement. A piston within the pump chamber is connected to a link, and a handle which is used to pump the water. You can make a simple one by converting an ordinary bicycle pump. Attach an input hose to the air inlet, and an output hose to the pressurized air output for the tire. A good way to develop plans on how to make it would be to visit your local sporting shop or auto parts shop and look over their pumps. .
Q:Integral Problem: Water is pumped out of a holding tank at a rate of 4-4e^-.14t liters/minute?
Water is pumped out of a holding tank at a rate of 4-4e^(-.14t) liters/minute. Lets call that function w(t). So if we integrate w(t) over a time period that will give us the total water removed over that time period. So lets integrate it from t=0 (time when pump started) to t=60 (one hour later): ∫ w(t) from t=0 to t=60 ∫ w(t)=∫ 4-4e^(-.14t)=4t+(4/.14)e^(-.14t) evaluated from 0 to 60 ∫ w(t)=4(60)+(4/.14)e^(-.14*60)-4(0)-(4/.1... ∫ w(t)=211.435 liters removed If the holding tank began at 1000 liters and 211.435 were removed... Remaining water=1000-211.435 ***Remaining water=788.565 liters***
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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