EN733 (DIN24255) Monoblock Centrifugal Water Pump

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EN733 (DIN24255) Monoblock Centrifugal commercial water pump 
Head upto 38 m 
Flow up to 500 l/min 
Power up to 10Hp


Technical Data:

DN: 32-80mm

Flow rate: up to 250 m3/h

Head : up to 100m

Media Temp: -20°C to +130°C

System Pressure: Max. 16 bar

Power up to 10Hp

 

Advantage:

Comply with requirements of Standard EN 733 (DIN 24255)

High efficient and energy saving

Wide operation range

Compact structure

Wide application range

 

Back Pull-out Facility

All pumps incorporate the “back pull out” facility allowing the remove of the complete rotating element without disturbing the pipework. This features enables quick and simple maintenance to take place.

 

Interchangeability

Many of the components are interchangeable, this features resulting in a reduction in spares requirements, and an initial cost saving.

 

Excellent Bearing Housing Design

Incorporated with lifting eye to simplify removal of the rotating element during maintenance, “safe guards” are installed to prevent rotating shaft from human reach while in operation.

Main materials

Volute casing: Cast iron

Pump Cover: Cast Iron

Shaft: Carbon Steel or stainless steel

Impeller: Cast iron or Bronze or Stainless steel

Shaft seal: Gland packing seal or Mechanical Seal


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The radiator actually holds the water/coolant and the pump circulates the mixture throughout the engine. Upon returning to the radiator, the water is cooled from air passing through the fins of the radiator. The pumps job is to circulate the mixture in order for the hot water to cool hence, the engine is then cooled.
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Q:Can i run a fan and water pump while charging deep cycle battery?
You may have to do some math. The 80 watt panel is only 80 watts at peak sun on a 75°F day at the equator. Chances are you will have something less than 80 watts to work with. But you can add up all the hours of partial sun to get an equivalant number of peak sun hours. An example would be a few hours in the morning and evening at partial power and a couple of hours at solar noon at nearly full power may give you 5 peak sun hours worth of light. 5 psh x 80 w/ps = 400 wh Your supply may have 400 watt hours worth of power per day. You state that the fan is 12v dc but what is the wattage? It could be a little 12v dc fan out of a computer or it could be a huge 12v dc fan out of an RV. What is the power requirements of the water pump? Is it a little 12v dc one for a foot tall decorative fountain or an industial 3 phase pump for a well? To charge the battery you need a voltage 120% higher than the battery voltage. 12v x120%=14.4 v To add up your loads convert them all the use to dc watt hours per day Here is an example to give you an idea of how to play with your numbers: Fan 12vdc x 1.5 A = 18 watts, use this for 5 hours your load would be 18w x 5hr = 90 watt hours Pump 120 vac x 2.5 amps = 300 watts (The AC will need to come from an inverter. The inverter has a certain amount of loss. How good it does the job of converting dc to ac is know as it's efficency. Lets use 90% to be safe) 300 watts / 0.90 = 333.4 watts, use this for 1/2 hour per day 333.4w x 0.5hr = 166.7 watt hours The 90 watt hours + the 167 watt hours = 257 watt hours per day. This would leave about 140 watt hours to put into the battery. Yes it would be best to use a charge controller to protect the battery from overcharging if the pump and fan are off, or from draining the battery too much if the fan or pump stays on.

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