Horizontal Multistage Centrifugal Pumps ALDW Series

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1.This type of pumps is compactly and reasonably structured to horizontal,single entry,multistage and segmental;
  2.Use of advanced hydraulic model to feature high efficiency and little energy consumption;
  3.Use of low speed motor,sound impeller balance and hydraulically balanced axial force to feature low noise,little vibration and smooth operation;
  4.Shaft seal by packing,simple structure,low price and easy maintenance;
  5.To lower vibration and noise,install with a vibration isolating pad or an isolator.

Feature:

  1.Water supply and discharge in high-rise constructions
  2.Fire water in constructions
  3.Water supply and discharge in factories and mines
  4.Long distance delivery
  5.Cyclic pressurization in production
  6.Delivery of clean liquid in other occasions.

Condition:

1.Flow Range:5~200m3/h;
2.Head Range:10~300m;
3.Speed:1450r/min;
4. System Maximum Working Pressure:3.0MPa;
5.1emperature of Medium:-15℃+80℃;
6.Ambient Temperature:Below+40~C;
7.Motor Protection Classification:IP44,IP54;
8.Motor Insulation Classification:B,F;br /> 9.Rotating Direction:Counterclockwise rotation viewed from impeller inlet Clockwise rotation viewed from motor;

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Q:what water pump is on a 1978 mercruiser 170hp 224cc 3.7 liter?
Got no partnumbers but.. the 3.7 is a Ford engine and dont know from your question if you mean the circulation pump on the front of the engine or the raw water pump in the outdrive. This engine has a closed cooling system and uses coolant to cool the engine pumped around by the circ. pump on the engines front. The water to cool the heat exchanger (and so the coolant) is pumped up by the outdrive pump. Mostly when the engine runs hot the outdrive impeller is worn out and need to be changed or the raw water system can be cloged up by debris.
Q:Radiator hose or Water pump?
2001 is not very old! If you can't see coolant leaking from some point when the engine is warm (and you WILL see it, and be able to track where it is coming from, if from a hose, a pipe, the radiator, or the pump, or a welch plug or some particular place in the engine bay), you could have a cracked head or block, or a blown head gasket. Another simpler possibility is the thermostat has gone bad. If the leak is from a head gasket or a crack inside the engine, a pressure test can be placed on the whole system to establish this. There could also be signs of coolant in the oil.
Q:how to tell if i have a water pump housing leak?
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Q:Turn Pond Water Pump Off At Night?
You have a few issues here. Your water that leaves when it's turned off - that's part of what's called your 'water in transit', the problem part is what can't be contained by your lower vessel when turned off. A surge tank can remedy this, as can other solutions - but I'd have to see it. Leaving it on 25/7 can eliminate this effect - until someone has to work on it. Off or not - if it is a sterile pond, you may only need 4 hrs a day for the sanitization, if your circulation is proper. If its a single pump setup, then override the timer to get the look (if you have a waterfall or fountain) when you want it. If it's a live pond, then it really needs to run all the time. These points are all part of a proper waterfeature design. Unfortunately, in this market, lots of folks and others are creating things which have the attributes you describe - and plenty more. It's like the professor of Landscape Architecture at the University of Arizona said, 'A waterfeature that is not properly designed and/or built is a planter waiting to happen'. Good Luck!
Q:How often do I replace the filter in my backpacking water pump?
Could be months yet if you use good water. A filter is good for at least a thousand liters if you're careful with it. So long as the flow is good keep going. Mine is two years old, no problems. I put sterilizer through it every so often. Simple stuff, just buy Camden tablets or powder from a home wine making store or a pharmacist. Make up the solution, pump it through the filter and leave it for an hour then put tap water through it if you want. The Camden tablets are used to stop fermentation in wines and beers and to sterilize the bottles before filling. It isn't rinsed out. Just fill the bottles with the solution, empty them and fill them them with wine or beer. You drink it...it breaks down to harmless sodium sulfate and releases sulfa dioxide which does the sterilizing. Otherwise you can use ordinary household bleach if it's pure bleach with no perfumes or other bits added. A few drops in a pint of water and put it through the unit just as though you are using it normally. Leave it for an hour then run tap water through it. You can use that pure bleach for sterilizing drinking water too but it's best for hot drinks, juice concentrates, and for cooking to mask the chlorine taste. Two drops per liter of water is enough, and leave it for an hour before using. I've used both methods for over forty years of wild camping on five continents, a long malaria field survey in Malaysia, in deserts and forests and on mountains. Never a problem. We used both methods in the Army too for 500 gallon water trucks with barium sulfate filters. Good for 10 000 gallons before changing the barium sulfate. I was the medic doing lab tests on it. Have a good hike.
Q:How do you remove the water pump from bmw m42 engine?
Remove fan from pulley (usually using a big special open end wrench) turning clockwise with you in front of the car/engine. Loosen bolts holding pulley to water pump (but do not remove bolts and pulley yet). Adjust fan belt tensioner to remove alternator belt (there is a plastic cover in the middle of the tensioner pulley under which is a bolt usually torx 50 with which you can adjust the pulley pulling clockwise/to the right). Proceed to remove bolts and pulley from water pump. Remove bolts from water pump. Put 2 screws into the empty/previously unused holes in the sides of the water pump to pull it out. Remove and replace water pump. Refill with coolant. Bleed cooling system to remove air from the system.
Q:water pump for cabin?
The way wells work is there's a pump at the bottom. It pumps water into a holding tank that has a diaphragm separating water from an air charge. There's also a pressure sensor switch that kicks the pump on when the pressure in the water tank drops below 40 PSI and shuts it off when it reaches 60 PSI. Well water systems don't just run the pump constantly, or they would burn up. What you want to do is use your storage tank as a source. Pump that into a smaller holding tank from a well water system so that when you run the water you run it from the pressure in the holding tank. When the pressure is low enough the main tank pump will pump up the pressure in the holding tank back to 60 PSI and shut off again. It's well worth it to make sure you don't have leaks. Otherwise your main tank will end up empty and the pump will run on and on. Which is another thing you have to watch for. You can install a float level switch so that if the water in the main tank drops below a certain level it shuts the pump off. AND you can also have it switch a warning light on so you know when the big tank is empty. Hope this helps. '')
Q:on changing a '86 volvo 240 water pump?
The first thing I was taught on Volvo water pumps was to use NO sealer. Get yourself a new gasket.Make sure the block is clean. Install the gasket on the two studs. Grease the heater pipe o-ring after installing on the pipe. Grease the hole it fits into. Install the top seal on the water pump and coat the surface with grease. Install the pump on the block and make sure the pipe has entered the pump. Tighten the two nuts until the pump is almost contacting the block but still moves easily. Insert a smaller Phillips head screwdriver into the bottom bolt hole of the pump and into the block. Lift the pump ,using the screwdriver ,until you can start the top bolt.Then use the screwdriver to wiggle the pump to start the left side bolt. Once you have started those two bolts,the bottom one will go right in. Tighten it all up and install the heater pipe bolt and you are done.
Q:My alternator belt broke down and maybe the water pump, what is fair price to repair?
Changing a water pump is usually costly because it can be time consuming. Having the belt on your car break should not cause your water pump to go out, but having your water pump go out could cause your belt to break. A way to check your water pump would be to make sure that the pully spins freely but that it does not wobble or have extra play. Another sign that your water pump is going bad is when it begins to leak. This means that the seals are bad, and that water can now get into the bearings causing them to degrade and eventually seize up.
Q:Need help with my 2004 Yamaha R1 Oil Pump/Water Pump?
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