Horizontal Pulley Pump for Water Solution

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pulley pump for water solution 

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General Specification:

  • Pump having rigid construction

  • Impeller is closed type and single end suction

  • Impeller is manufactured using special grey cast iron material

  • Impeller is dynamically balanced

  • Casing is having well design volute way

  • Casing is made up of close grain & high quality cast iron

  • Quality steel material is used for shaft

  • Dimensional accuracy is controlled in a manner that without vibration shaft transmit maximum power

  • Supporting frame is rigidly constructed

  • This frame ensures smooth functioning of shaft and ball bearings

  • Frame provide easy access to stuffing box and gland packing


Product Technical Specification:

ModelPISD-3
TypeSide Delivery Belt Driven, Single (V or Flat) Pulley Type
Size (mm)100 X 100 mm
Size (inch)4" x 4"
Speed1450 rpm
Head Range14 to 21 metres (46 to 69 feet)
Head15 MDischarge38 LPS
Required Prime mover KW/HP7.35/10


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Q:My car is overheating could it be a bad water pump?
Water pumps have no protection so over time they rust, as do other underhood parts. NEVER replace any part 'till you KNOW the problem. You need to visit a RADIATOR SHOP and have your radiator looked at. Water pumps don't cause overheating, radiators do.
Q:When you change the timing belt do you also have to change the water pump?
I agree with the dealer.It may sound like he is trying to jack up the job but in fact it will save you money and grief in the long run. Getting to those parts is so labor intensive that if you have to go back in later to change the pump or tensioner pulleys it will cost you the same as it did to have the belt changed. The other thing if the pump starts leaking on a new belt you will have to have it replaced again. Whenever I do a timing belt I change everything that is in there. Then I don't have to worry about it.
Q:What RPM is required to operate a car water pump?
Pretty fast. Engines operate at 600-6000 rpm and the pump pulley is a little smaller than the drive pulley, so it is spinning even faster. That said, 600 rpm is plenty fast enough. You can attain that easily by applying pulley to rear tire tread, raising tire off ground and pedaling. To apply bike chain to pulley would give a disappointing water flow.
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:Location of water pump?
Your water pump would be located on the right hand side of the motor. It has the fan belt running on the pulley in front of it the top water hose is connected to it. I hope this has helped you out.
Q:how serious is a broken water pump on a 95 mazda 626?
keep shopping, water pump will run about $30 and if you take it to a shop they'll charge $150 if not more to install, it'd be best to find a car in better condition
Q:WATER PUMP REPLACEMENT?
Yes, if the timing belt drives the waterpump. A new belt would only cost another $50 or so when the engine is already stripped for work on the pump rather then many hundreds if you did it separately later on. If you live in a particularly humid (FL etc) or dry (NV etc) climate the belt may not last the manufacturers specified duration anyway and for the sake of a few bucks you can sleep safe in the knowledge that your engine is less likely to self destruct for the sake of a $10 piece of rubber. You should also have the other pulley bearings etc checked for wear and replace them if necessary.
Q:water pump in car?
Remove the thermostat totally from the car and then start it with the radiator cap removed.Verify that there are no vacume controlled valves in the hoses or intake manifold.If the water isn`t moving in the radiator,the impellers are broke in the water pump most likely shaft is broken.Dumb question here(is the pump belt driven?On the front of the engine or internal pump?)
Q:How to rebiuld a water pump?
Don't bother. Water pumps fail on this motor all the time and replacements are plentiful and cheaper than dirt. I won't even use rebuilt water pumps in my shop - we only install new ones because they are much more reliable and the cost difference is literally only a couple of bucks.
Q:1997 Honda Civic water pump change?
This is a hot topic even among Honda enthusiasts and professionals. The whole deal about changing the water pump, as you probably know, is that the labor to do that is small once the timing belt is out of the way. However - and this is the big issue - most original Honda water pumps last a very long time, even more than 200K miles. Do you feel lucky? One big issue enters here: what sort of antifreeze has been used in it? If it still has Honda antifreeze (dark green in your 1997, as I recall) the pump is probably still good for another 100K miles even if the coolant has not been changed on schedule. If it has conventional (bright) green or some other coolant that is not known to be silicate free I strongly recommend replacing the pump with an OEM pump. See the first source for the reason. In any case, I recommend replacing the water pump with the next timing belt change if you don't do it this time. 300K miles is a lot to ask of a pump seal. I also strongly recommend not going with an aftermarket pump - OEM only. I make a habit of always replacing the pump and tensioner(s). EDIT - Shane A has a good point. If the water pump fails next year the price of a new pump and tensioner will seem trivial. The pain of higher cost is temporary, the peace of mind is lasting.

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