D Series Horizontal Multistage Centrifugal Pump

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Product Overview of D Series Horizontal Multistage Centrifugal Pump

This series of pumps use national energy-saving hydraulic model, developed and updated constantly by our factory, with the advantage of high efficiency, wide range of performance, safety and smooth operation, low noise, easy installation and maintenance, long life, and its technology level is in the domestic leading position, product performance is reliable.

Features of D Series Horizontal Multistage Centrifugal Pump

This series pump is a horizontal, single suction, multi stage centrifugal pump section, the suction is in horizontal direction, and outlet is vertical upward. Water suction, middle, discharge section, bearing housing and pump body are bolted into one strain, and select stages according to the pump head.
2. Rotor includes shaft, impeller, shaft sleeve, balance disk, and other parts. Axis parts are connected through the flat keys and the shaft nuts. The rotor is supported by the rotor bearings or sliding bearings in both ends, the bearing does not bear axial force, axial force is balanced by the balance disc. Bearings lubricated with grease, sliding bearings lubricated with light oil, and oil ring lubrication, and cooled by circulating water.
3. Shaft seal in the form of two kinds, mechanical seals and packing seal. When use packing seal, the packing ring should be placed at the right location, the tightness of packing must be appropriate to the liquid oozing drop by drop. Various sealing elements is in a sealed chamber, the chamber must be filled with some water, as water seal, water cooled or water lubrication. At the seal there is replacable sleeve, to protect the shaft.
4. From the motor direction, the pump is clockwise rotation.

FAQ

Q: Are CNBM pumps available in DIY stores?

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

Q: Where do I have to send pumps for service?

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

Q: Are your pumps acid-proofed?

A: 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.

Q: Can your pumps mount Eff.1 motors

A: Currently, only on request though this will shortly be a CNBM standard.

Q: Are your pumps protected against dry running?

A: No, unprotected centrifugal pumps are not generally designed for dry running. It is important to give us or your dealer as much information as possible about the system in which the pump is used. Inlet pressure, the type of liquid to be pumped, together with relative density, viscosity and temperature, for example, are required in order to allow CNBM to recommend the right pump with the right gaskets for a long operating lifetime.

 

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Q:replaced water pump on lower unit .?
It shouldn't take long for the water to come out. Make sure the site tube isn't plugged up. If not, check your installation out.
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Have been camping on daughters property in upper Michigan for a few years. No water (unless hauled in) no electric, and no gas. We use the shower bags that you fill and heat in the sun. We get two showers out of each 5 gallon bag. Sometimes the water is too hot to use. Check this out before you go spending money on something else.
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Blue pump, usually found on the floor near the furnace (sometimes mounted where plenum meets the furnace frame) is a condensate pump. One of the products of combustion is water. This water is drained from the ventor motor (a motor which runs and sets a artificial draft inside the combustion chamber) to a drain nearby or a electric pump which then pumps the water over a longer distance to a remote drain. If the pump's discharge outlet gets plugged from dirt the result is usually the mess you see. Remove the cover plate of the pump housing, clean it out and run a wire with a small rag attached as a snake through the tube to drain. There is usually some type of float switch inside the pump housing so make sure it is free to move. Check for operation by pouring some tap water in it and move the float switch to on (up) One final note and this is very important. If the pump or tube to drain is filled up with a crud that resembles paste, call your local trusted HVAC tech for furnace service. This condition can be an early sign of heat exchanger failure and is a major safety concern for your family
Q:removing water pump. fan?
You just need to remove the belt then remove the pump and any hoses connected to it the fan is fine where it is.
Q:How does an electric motor pump water?
I am not 100% sure but i think the motor turns turbine blades which move/pump the water
Q:Problem with my water pump!!?
Sounds like it's waterlogged. That's what it's called when the water and the air in the resevoir tank mix, and the volume of air gets so small as to not be able to provide any decent compression with which to push water through the system. At that point, any time you open a fixture, the pressure drops enough to turn on the pump, and when you turn off the pump, if it's just right, it will turn off and then back on, then off, then on, back and forth till you shut it off and it can set and stabilize, till you need water again. The solution is to reintroduce a sizeable amount of air back into the top of the tank. If it's an older tank, without a bladder, (identified by the small bulge around the center of the tank and either a blue or rust color), then the best way is to simply drain the tank and restart the system. That way it will trap all the air in the top of the tank and you'll have enough pressurized air to push a gallon or two of water out, before the pump needs to kick on again. If it's the bladder type, with the bulge, then the bladder has blown and you're, in effect, working with a standard resevoir tank now, except that it will have an air valve in the top like a bicycle tire, so you can pressurize it with an air tank. If so, open some fixtures, start pressurizing the top of the tank and blow all the water out of the system. Once it's dry, put about 20 lbs. of pressure in the tank and start up the pump. You should be good to go.
Q:Worth buying 94 camaro and replacing water pump?
Tell them you'll give him a thousand and buy it. Check the coolant bottle and look for sludge. Check oil for milkshake looking oil. These motors are known for bad intake and head gaskets and that is not as easy as a water pump.
Q:how to install a main pipe water pump to service the community?
Installation of water pump is very easy, any certified plumber and electrician can install electric water pump. Your question maybe is, how to design water pump water system to service the community? To determine the correct rating of water pump to be used and to design a water system, here are the steps : 1) Determine the safe discharge yield of your well for your water source, by series of tests. This will enable you to know discharge rate of well and the draw back time of water after pumping. This data will be used for designing a pump (its discharge capacity). Note that pump discharge capacity should be lower than well safe yield capacity in order not to drain the well. 2) Determine the suction lift or height of water table in the well by measuring the height from water table up to the top of the well. This data will be used for pump design (its suction lift/height capacity). Pumps suction lift varies depends on its Horsepower capacity and the type of pump (submersibble or centrifugal). 3) Determine number of households in the community. This data will be used for the design of reservoir (tank) for your water system and the number of hours for the pump to operate to fill the tank. Note that the average usage of water is 120 liters per day per capita. So the more the number of population, the bigger the tank and the longer the pumping time in order to meet the per capita usage. 4) Determine the elevations from your water source towards the community to be served. Use survey instrument to determine the elevations. This data will be used to design a height of the tank and the sizes of service pipes towards the community. The higher the difference in elevation from your source towards community, the lower the height of the tank and the smaller the sizes of service pipes. Sizes of service pipes can be determined by hydraulic heads (heights). By following these steps, I gues you can now design and construct a water system.
Q:coolant leak after replacing water pump and hoses ?
could be anything, including loose lower radiator hose, backing plate for the waterpump(have gotten the things and the 2 bolts are loose and missing the gasket)get you a mirror and light, and start searching around it, did you do the thermostat?may have broken the housing, or pinched it.
Q:would this water pump work?
You did not say where you live and or what kind of canal it is. If this is an irrigation canal and they catch you pumping water out of it , you will be in for a great big surprise when the law shows up at your door with a very expensive ticket or fine. These canals are checked regularly for things like this and they do not put up with people stealing their water. Strongly suggest that you find out who owns the canal and contact them before you start pumping water from it. It could save you literally hundreds of dollars if not more in fines and fees.

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