WQ Sewage Submersible Pump
WQ series submersible sewage pumps are widely used in agriculture, architecture, mine, environment protection and industry, such as drainage slurry, waste water, which contained short fibre, waste paper, sand and so on. It is also an ideal equipment for irrigation.
Working Medium: No-corrosion Dirty water
Sand content: Less than 25%
Medium PH: 6.5-8.5
Water temperature: Less than40°c
Sand size: Less than 18mm
submersible depth is less than 5m, wholly submersible into water ,but not submersible into mud.
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- Q:How can you restart a corroded well water pump?
- the problem with the pump not running will be the motor only.....most likely the motor rotor has rusted to the winding core of the motor ....soak it down with wd40 on the inside ...should be vent holes to spray wd40 in...try to find some way to turn rotor ....on some pumps there is a screwdriver slot on the end of the motor...if it still wont run take it to shop
- Q:what can i use for a car water pump gasket?
- Water Pump Gasket
- Q:Water pump 07 dodge.charger?
- Anytime you replace your water pump. You should replace the thermostat and gasket. Also check the upper and lower radiator hoses to see if either one of them are collapsed.It wouldn't hurt to replace the radiator cap.
- Q:what am I doing wrong with my water pump install?
- It is either configured wrong, (or wrong part number form the factory) or you are putting the pulleys on wrong. You may have left a spacer off, or one or more pulleys is installed backwards or in the wrong order. Make sure the one you have is for the exact engine and options that you have. There are differences for having A/C or not, and other things. Go to a different auto parts store, and compare water pumps from a different supplier. Sometimes they make mistakes when they assemble them, sometimes they assign the wrong part number to them, and sometimes some customer buys one and returns another.
- Q:What does a fish tank/pond water pump do?
- your koi pond should be in direct sunlight not in a shaded area. Also, just a water pump is used for fountains and waterfalls. this allows dissolved oxygen to enter the water since Koi and goldfish needs lots. Usually a pump is attached to a filter when it comes to ponds, however there are pumps and filters that are stand alone. If you have a large pond, I would suggest a biofilter box with a pump. usually they will have attachments for additions of fountains and waterfall hoses. A stand alone pump will not FILTER the water it will just add dissolved oxygen
- Q:1994 honda accord lx water pump what does it do?
- Honda Guy is right -- the water pump circulates the radiator fluid and ensures your engine operates at the correct temperature. If your water pump goes bad you should NOT drive your car. You can ruin your engine if it overheats. Get it replaced ASAP if it's bad.
- Q:Volkswagen...Leak from the water pump housing... or something else?
- You say it has been below freezing for a while. *IF* it has been very cold and *IF* your pipes are not below the frost lines in your area, then the pipe could be frozen. That would cause the pump to likely trip out as it would over-work while trying to push water through ice (not easily done!) The good news is if the pipe is frozen, it is most likely frozen near the point where the water goes into or out of the ground. If you have access to 110 power in both of those areas, (or can get it there by some safe means) try this. Take a heating pad (like you use for sore backs/ knees) and wrap it around the pipe right at the point where it transitions into the ground. Tie it in place with string or yarn and turn it on at it's highest setting. After about an hour try turning on the pump. Still trip? Give it another hour. Still trip? Do the other end. Believe me this works surprisingly well, and once you get the water flowing, even just a little bit, the rest will melt quickly. Good Luck. James
- Q:what is the discharge amount of 10hp water pump?
- a 10HP water pump is huge. if it is electrically driven, you will need 3 phase power. typical rating for a water well submersible type is 240 gallons per minute, or 345,600 gallons per day, which would be about a million liters per day. a sump pump type might deliver more flow, but i could not find a spec for one that big. most water pumps are 1 HP or less.
- Q:How many HP of water pump is needed to pump water from ground level to a height of 50 feet?
- 1 inch
- Q:On a deisel motor in a boat why does it have coolant and a water pump?
- this is refered to as a fresh water cooling system. the engine has a coolant tank and a recirc pump that pumps the coolant through a tube and shell heat exchanger,just as a car does through a radiator. instead of air around the radiator, the exchanger has sea(lake)water pumped through it by a engine mounted pump or a pump on a outdrive if so equiped. the engine heat is transmitted from the engine coolant to the exchanger, and out to the sea(lake). this system has many advantages. one of the most important is the fact that salt or brackish water never touches the engine block or components, preventing costly corrosion. secondly it keeps the engine running at a more even or constant temp. this is very important to a diesel as the engine puts out its hp and performance at a set temp. the heat exchanger can have an automatic drain system, draining water out of it and with coolant (antifreeze) in the engine, the boat can be operated in freezing weather without freezing, or draining the block every night. Heat exchangers can be backflushed easier than an engine, and allow the boat to be operated in muddy or contaminated water. (I have seen boats with tandem exchngers in case one plugs up or needs cleaning). gasoline and diesel engines can have exchanger systems, but since diesels inherantly are more expensive and live longer, a heat exhanger system is worth while.
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