CS/CST Wet/dry Running Vertical Pump

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Application: 1. Chemical or water recirculation
2. Fume scrubbers/waste treatment
3. Plating solutions
4. Wet processing
5. Cleaning solutions
6. Acids

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Feature: 1. CPVC, PVDF or polypropylene construction.
2. Max. fluid temperature:
FRPP/CPVC 167o F(75oC) PVDF 194o F(90oC).
3. High efficiency-low operating cost, leak free operation and easy maintenance.
4. Excellent chemical resistance.
5. Continuous chemical duty TEFC motors with oversized bearings in motor casing.
6. Vertical pumps can run dry without damage to vapor seal.
7. Thick reinforced ribbing in all molded parts.
8. Simplinity of design makes these pumps easy to service and operate.
9. Keyed impeller prevent damage if pumps run in reverse on all three phase motors.
10. CS--Non-metallic solution contact.

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CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATIONS
1. In-tank use only.
2. NO seals or bearings in pump head to wear out.
3. CS--Motor vapor seal.
CS--120Vcord with ground.
CS--Vented pump base on 1/4 to 1/3 HP.
CST--Vented pump base.
4. The single vapor seal is opened by centrifugal force when pump is operating, this eliminates friction and seal wear. The seal closes back up when the pump shuts down to prevent vapor or liquid from reaching the motor face or bearings.
5. All 3 phase pumps from Super have a keyed impeller shaft that eliminates the possibility of damage to the impeller, housing or vapor seal if the power is reversed. The impeller will not fall off.
6. Vented vapor seal cover with the seal above safely disperse acid and alkaline vapor away from the shaft and motor bearings.
7. For in-tank applications, the vent hole must be open for back-flow to run through when pump shut down.
8. This elbow-union can be connected to the outlet for easy plumbing. CPVC, FRPP, PVDF materials are available.
9. Two O-rings secure the front cover tightly and never fall off.
10. C-clip easy to mount and unmount, secure the front cover.
 
 

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did you put the dot of adhesive on the Keyway to hold it from slipping out of place ? Are the pump plates worn around the impeller ? If you just replaced the Impeller and NOT the whole housing, and plates, that is NO GOOD, you must replace the whole unit.
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Rarely do BMW water pumps leak a lot. Most would not even leak when pressure-tested by a mechanic (for a few minutes). But a leaky pump would leak when the engine runs and specially when it is pressurized and allowed to sit overnight. Usually the seal itself does not cause the leak. It is the wornout bearing which allows the pump's shaft to wobble and thus allow coolant to leak. Overheating due to air getting inside the cooling system is big trouble. But bigger trouble still is a catastrophic failure due to failed/seized water pump bearings. Have it replaced. And the previous statement that your car is about due for hoses and thermostat replacement is correct. There is even a chance that the thermostat is allowing the cooling system to get over-pressurized and thus results in coolant leaks. Replacing the pump is good, replacing the thermostat in addition is better, replacing also the hoses is best. If you can afford it.
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Q:2001 mercury cougar water pump belt broke?
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Sounds precisely like your water pump. I had the identical predicament with a cavalier. The pump shoud be around $30 to $50 or so. Price to alter? Quite often around $one hundred to $150. Might be extra so don't quote me on that. Every keep has their own hourly cost.
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The V-6, has timing chains, not a belt. The labor guide shows 3.6 hours to replace the water pump. The retail price on an aftermarket water pump (not genuine Infiniti) is about $60. So the shop's quote of $500 is about right. The only way to save money on this repair is to find a shop with a lower hourly rate. If you've been taking care of the car and changing the oil, you should not need to replace the timing chains. However, it the shop finds that the chains need to be replaced along with the pump, the total bill should be $1,000, not $1,000 plus $500. If they replace the chains, the labor for the pump replacement is already done. Don't pay twice for it.
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