Diesel Driven Self Priming Water Pump for Irrigation

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                       Diesel Driven Self Priming Sewage Water Pump

1.Structure of Diesel Driven Self Priming Sewage Water Pump Description

The pumps are designed for economical & trouble-free operation in handling solids-laden liquids and slurries, it handle up to 76.2mm spherical solids. Pumps feature a large volute design which allows them to re-prime automatically in a completely open system without the need of suction or discharge check valves. And this is workable with the pump only partially filled with liquid and completely dry suction line.

 

Standard Self-Priming pump units are available for Solids Handling or Clear Liquid service. Typical mounting configurations are Engine Driven for Skid or Trailer Mounted packages and Frame Mounted Electric Driven.  Pumps also are available in a variety of different metallurgies.

 

2.Main Features of Diesel Driven Self Priming Sewage Water Pump

Big pump body pass 76.2mmsolid ,high suction head 7.6 m

Convenient repair and clean (a person ten minutes)

Removable cover plate ,replaceable wear plate

Replaceable Wear Plate

Heavy Duty Suction Flapper

Removable Inspection Cover allows Clean-out, Impeller, Seal and Flapper without disturbing Piping

Semi-Opened Trash Handling Impeller

Pressure Relief Valve

External, Shimless Impeller/Wear plate Clearance Adjustment

Back Pull-out Cartridge-type Rotating Assembly for Ease of Maintenance

Cartridge Type Mechanical Seal for Ease of Maintenance

3.Diesel Driven Self Priming Sewage Water Pump Images

Diesel Driven Self Priming Water Pump for Irrigation

4.Diesel Driven Self Priming Sewage Water Pump Specification

 

Material

 

Cast Iron, ADI, CD4MCU, 316 SS, Alloy 20, C276.

Diesel Driving

 

Water cooled or air cooled

Method of Connection

Self-priming pumps are available as basic units or may be flex-coupled, V-belt driven or engine mounted.

Inlet/Outlet

 

2''(50mm), 3''(75mm), 4''(100mm), 6''(150mm), 8''(200mm), 10''(250mm), 12''(300mm)

Impeller Diameter

 

158.74mm-457.2mm

Rotary Speed

 

550RPM-2150 RPM

Flow Rates

 

8m3/h-1275m3/h

Head

 

6m-63m

Horsepower

 

1HP-125HP

Solid Passing

 

20.63mm-76.2mm

5.FAQ

①What is the lead time for samples?

7-10days

How to guarantee the quality of the products

We have established the international advanced quality management systemevery link from raw material to final product we have strict quality testWe resolutely put an end to unqualified products flowing into the market. At the same time, we will provide necessary follow-up service assurance. Normally, We have 1 year warranty.

How long can we receive the product after purchase?

In the purchase of product within three working days, We will arrange the factory delivery as soon as possible. It related to the state and detailed requirement of customers.

 

 

 

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