High Pressure Slurry Pumps with High Quality

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Specification

  • Size range (Outlet): to 152mm (6");

  • Capacities: 660m3/h;

  • Heads:to 135m (433ft).

Benefits

1. Impeller: high chrome or rubber, enclosed or semi-open according to the working conditions.

2. Replaceable inside liner and impeller;

3. Various types of Shaft Seal--Packing Seal, Centrifugal/Dynamic Seal, Mechanical Seal and sorts of combined seal;

4. Easy to maintain and Replace Parts;

5. Three Types of Drive Module Design:

(1)Advanced Cylindrical Bearing Assembly Using Grease Lubrication;

(2)Bearing Assembly Using Oil Lubrication with Horizontally Split Casing;

(3)Innovative Cylindrical Bearing Assembly Using Oil Lubrication.

Application for Slurry Pump

LWA slurry pumps are used for Metallurgical, mining, coal, power (Coal mining, Gold mine, iron mine, copper mine, lead ore, zinc ore, placer mining, molybdenum minerals, tin ore, titanium ore, tungsten ore, silver ore, aluminium oxide, asbestos, wood and paper pulp, water treatment, etc)

 

Brief Introduction

LWA Series slurry pumps are cantilevered, horizontal, centrifugal slurry pumps. They are designed for handling abrasive, high density slurries in the metallurgical, mining, coal, power, building material and other industrial departments etc. The pumps of this type also can be installed in multistage series.

 

The frame plates for LWA slurry pump such as interchangeable, hard metal or pressure mouleded elastomer liners. The impellers are made of hard metal or pressure cast elastomer liners.

 

The shaft seals for LWA slurry pump can be adoptable of gland seal for centrifugal shaft seal. The discharge branch can be positioned at intervals of 45 degree by request and oriented to any eight positions to suit installations and applications.

 

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Q:How is water pumped out of the ground?
(1) Identify your potential water source through various methods. (2) Drill a small exploratory hole to different depths, test water pressure and water quality. (3) Drill the complete borehole for production and retrieval of the groundwater. (4) Complete the physical well, will a sheath to allow in the water at the wanted levels, solid pluge to keep other levels out. (5) Insert a chemical and physical filter system (small screen membranes, activate charcoal and diatomaceous earth, etc.) (6) Put in the submersible pump and plug it in. (7) The pump is made up of a motor, an intake and a centrifugal pump. It's all sealed so no water can penetrate through. The water is suctioned into the centrifugal pump, which is an impeller type device. The water is then pushed out at a much higher pressure rate than it came in. This is how the pump works from the bottom instead of above ground. The water is sent to the pressure tank, sometimes referred to as a holding tank, and is kept at a constant pressure, so when you turn on your faucet or shower, the water comes out quickly. As you use the water, more water is pumped into the tank and as the pressure drops in the tank, it will automatically come on and pressurize again.
Q:Can a leaking water pump ruin brake lines?
Very doubtful. Even getting anti-freeze on a timing belt should not ruin that. If you had no idea when it was last changed, and it showed signs of cracking, then it would be a good idea to replace it. Make sure to retain mileage records of when it was done. Did he specifically say the brake line rot was related? There are metal lines leading out to the suspension points and then rubber reinforced hoses for the last foot to 18 inches to the backing plate/brake caliper. Usually the rubber line is the first to go. The metal lines can last many decades.
Q:i am looking for a water pump?
Flow? Head? suction pressure? Type of pump if that matters to you? You'll get better suggestions if you provide as much information as is relevant.
Q:How do I replace a water pump on a 02 Pontiac Grand Prix Se?
WP replacement mini-writeup 1. Empy Coolant from Radiator drain 2. Remove SC and Acc. belts 3. Remove the coolant resevoir tank 3. Remove the Idler pulley with a 15mm 4. Remove the 4 WP pulley bolts with a 8mm 5. Remove the 2 Power Steering Pump bolts with a 13mm(bolts are at 12:00 and 6:00 accessable through the PS pulley holes) 6. Push PS pump 1 inch to the side 7. Remove all 8 WP bolts with a 13mm and a 10mm(3 are 13mm/5 are 10mm) 8. Collect extra coolant until flow stops(a few cups) 9. Apply RTV to both sides of the gasket and WP bolts 10. WP bolts should be torqued to 11lbs+80*/Idler pulley bolt at 36lbs/WP pulley bolts at ~9lbs 11. Reinstall everything and fill the coolant back up 12.
Q:1990 gti water pump replacement?
The 1990 4 cylinder was before they ran the pump off the timing belt, so it is still V-belt driven, and it is not necessary to touch the timing belt. Since it is belt driven, you should expect it to be near the passenger side of the engine, but it actually bolts to the front of the engine, near the bottom. In the linked image, they have included the housing, which you see bolts to the side of the block with an O ring seal. It is recommended you remove this housing, so that you can more easily get at all the small bolts holding the water pump to the housing. But there is no reason not to reuse the old housing. This also has the thermostat in it, so replace that at the same time. You may be able to leave the hoses attached if you are working on a lift, from below. The power steering pump may be in the way and need to be lowered. Take the passenger side wheel off. If you have to get at it from the top, it may be much harder, because the AC mounting plate would need to be removed and the head gets in the way, but also possible. Set aside a whole day, just to make sure you have enough time to finish if this is your first one. But you could probably do it a second time in about 3 hours.
Q:Please help!! Water pump question?
most cars, it is in the front, driven by the timing belt. If you are going to replace the pump, replace the timing belt also (if there is one), as it's probably overdue, and you have to remove it to get at the water pump. Also the tensioner. Replacing the timing belt is a difficult task. If you screw it up, you could damage the engine. .
Q:Need help with my 2004 Yamaha R1 Oil Pump/Water Pump?
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Q:Should I use Stop Leak for a slow water pump leak?
the pump will quickly wear out if its leaking, and on those stratus's the water pump is run on the timing belt, which makes it a long and expensive job to replace. I wouldn't use the stop leak, just carry around a few gallons of water and keep the coolant topped up. keep an eye on your temperature gauge while your driving.
Q:Submersible pump coupling, what does this coupling mean?
Coupled with: "two people together in the cultivated land" means, in Chinese, that is, even things linked together meaningCoupling, as the name suggests, means the connection of the pump and the pipe.Submersible pump, used coupling or coupler, because the pipeline extends into the water, the water will not see, through the coupling, pump automatic clamping to the pipe end, simple and quick.
Q:Water pump 99 ranger?
Why not call your mechanic for an estimate? He's (or she's) already familiar with your vehicle. Also, they may determine that it's something other than you water pump.

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