HS (V) Series Split Case Water Pump with Large Flow

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HS (V) Series Split Case Water Pump with Large Flow

 

Basic Info. of HS (V) Series Split Case Water Pump with Large Flow

Model NO.:HS200-125-250A

Pump Casing Combined:Horizontal Split Pumps

Impeller:Open

Working Pressure:Low Pressure Pump

Position of Pump Shaft:Horizontal Pump

Usage:Pump

Impeller Number:Single-Stage Pump

Influent Type of Impeller:Double-Suction Pump

Mounting Height:Suction Centrifugal

Intlet Diameter:125-1600mm

Outlet Diameter:80-1400mm

Capacity:Less Than 30000 M3/H

Head:Less Than 200m

Solid Particles:Less Than 80mg/L

Working Temperature:Less Than 80ºC

Permitted Working Pressure:Less Than 2.5MPa

Export Markets:Global

 

Product Description of HS (V) Series Split Case Water Pump with Large Flow

HS(V) series single-stage double-suction centrally-split volute centrifugal pump.
1. Outlet Diameter: DN=80-1400mm
2. Inlet Diameter: DN=125-1600mm
3. Capacity: Q≤ 30000m3/h
4. Head: H≤ 200m
5. Working Temperature: T≤ 80º C
6. Solid Particles: ≤ 80mg/l
7. Permitted working pressure≤ 2.5 MPa
8. Permitted testing pressure≤ 3.75 MPa


Application of HS (V) Series Split Case Water Pump with Large Flow

HS(V) series mainly transports liquids in waterworks, power station, industrial water supply system, air condition circulation water, building water supply, irrigation, pump station and ship industry etc.


Model Description of HS (V) Series Split Case Water Pump with Large Flow

HS(V) 600-500-640A
HS_Horizontal Double-Suction Centrifugal Pump
HSV_Vertical Double-Suction Centrifugal Pump
600_Inlet Diameter(mm)
500_Outlet Diameter(mm)
640_Impeller Nominal Diameter(mm)
A_A-type Impeller
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Q:what is NPSH for the water pump. Can you anyone explain in details? How can it calculate?
NPSH stands for Net Positive Suction Head. It usually refers to the amount of pressure needed at the inlet of the pump for the pump to work properly. If there is insufficient pressure pushing the fluid into the pump, and the pressure at the inlet is lower than the NPSH requirement, then the pressure will be so low in the sucking center of the pump that the fluid will boil (this is called cavitation). It usually makes a racket, reduces pump performance, and erodes away the pump. To make sure this doesn't happen you have to have enough head (as in some level in the tank feeding the pump) and low pressure drop on the way to the pump (meaning big enough lines, no obstructions, and not too many bends). Some pumps are designed for very low npsh requirements. These pumps can suck water from some depth without cavitating. No pump can suck room temperature water from fore than about 25 feet below the pump, because the vacuum needed to lift the water 25 feet or so is close to the vacuum needed to boil water at room temperature. You cannot easily calculate the npsh a pump needs. This is a function of the design and geometry of the pump. You can calculate the delivered npsh by figuring the pressure of the liquid in the feed tank (don't forget atmospheric pressure) and subtracting the pressure loss due to friction in the piping between feed tank and pump. This loss will be a function of flow rate. Faster flow, more frictional pressure loss.
Q:How do i change the water pump on a 2000 s-10 4.3 litter 4wheel drive with air conditioning?
type into search box how to replace water pump how to replace water pump s-10 how to replace water pump chevy about two to four hours maybe depending on mechanic and how busy the shop is and before you go and start replacing water pump if its not leaking its not bad yet and most likely will be a bad pulley or belt tension-er which go bad before water pump most of time you can spray water or wd40 on pulley to check if motor not running hot and you dont see any coolant coming from water pump most likey not bad belt tension-er pulley cost about 30 bucks anyone can replace in about 30 minutes
Q:What is the difference between electrical/mechacal driven water pump?
It is not always an either or as to choice of prime mover. I have seen small town water well pumps where availability was critical. They had the pump fitted with an electric motor for normal operation and a gas engine with a clutch to use if the motor failed.
Q:What if you don't know the cut-in pressure of your water pump?
Q:1990 gti water pump replacement?
It's not 1990 gti but maiby it's help photo.qip.ru/users/pal78/96493081/all/
Q:What is the reason that the centrifugal pump outlet pressure decreases and the operating current increases?
See if the impeller problem is loose or something else. Impeller problems are generally
Q:How do I calculate water volume pumped?
You have already stated the volume as 8 gpm. There is an elevation head of 170 ft, a friction loss of 1 1/2 ft/100 ft at 8 gpm for and additional 30 ft. of head, You did not state what the service pressure was supposed to be at the delivery point. so the total head required of the pump will be 200 ft. or more if a pressure is desired. Add 2 1/3 ft of head for each psig of desired pressure. Because of hydrodynamic design limitations of the pump impellers, you will never find a centrifugal water pump for sale with that low volume combined with that high head. You will need a positive displacement water pump having an approximately 8 -10 gpm capacity at 200 ft head (87 psi) or more, depending on that pressure. You cannot lift water farther up than about 25 feet with any kind of pump because of the thermodynamic properties of water under negative suction pressure. Deep well pumps are lowered down into the well and submerged. The well may have been drilled 170 feet deep, but the water will probably have risen up into the casing. The actual depth of water may be much less than 170 ft. That will need to be measured You will need 3/4 horsepower as is and 1 hp with 20 psig of pressure at the delivery point.
Q:Is this noise from my water pump?
could very well be.Also could be fan clutch.
Q:how do you make the wooden base for a manual water pump?
you can make a wooden floor cover using a treated good lumber of 1 X 6 for the floor and 2 X 6 lumber for the floor joist. assemble the 2X6 lumber for the floor joist. depending on the top area of your water tank. arrange the floor joist at 0.60 meter spacing and 1.2 meter braces. after that, use 1X6 lumber as flooring with at least 2 cm spacing between lumber. as on the base of your pump, you can reinforce it by adding 2X6 braces. use a lug bolt depending on the size of the slot at the base of your pump then bolt it on top of the 1X6 flooring. its better if we can draw it here to make it easier to understand and explain i dont know if this can help much because we havent seen the actual situation of your tank and your pump.
Q:Domestic pump does not use water, or turn, I do not know why?
The motor should be kept working, may be the motor switch problem, idling motor pump long time will certainly be bad, ha ha, the solution is to find a water pump maintenance master to work safety first!

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