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:Suppose the liquid temperature range for the water pump is -20 .. 90 °C.?
(edited) The physical size of the pumping arrangement was not described. I assume that the pump has all metallic components because of the high (194 F) 90degC design operating temperature. There may be some problem with an elastomeric bellows in a mechanical seal at the 180degC (356F) temperature. Other than that, there should be no problem with the temperatures as far as the pump is concerned. There may be a need for shaft cooling to protect the standard electric motor and possibly the flexible drive coupling arrangement. (edit) Depending on the physical size, rotating speed and drive arrangement, a special coupling set-up may be needed to accommodate any potentially wide swing in operating temperatures. From ambient to 180degC there will be about a 160C (288F) variation. The liquid will be either a salt or a glycol brine solution for freeze protection at the lower temperatures. (edit) That same concentration will provide some elevation of the boiling temperature and therefore a reduction of the pressure of the water solution needed to prevent boiling. ( 130 psig is the saturation pressure of plain water at that elevated temperature.) This can be found on the charts provided by the glycol suppliers for the various glycol and salt solution characteristics. To prevent cavitation you may need to pressurize the suction. If the proposed pressure of the system is already above the vapor pressure of the solution at that maximum temperature, you may already be OK. A motor with high temperature windings may be considered.
Q:Please help! Water pump question.?
the water pump is in the lower unit....hold on, isn't that a car? sure, us boaters are smarter that your average bear, but you'll probably get more useful information by posting your question in the automotive section.
Q:pulley on water pump has slight wobble. is it bearings going bad?
Could be several things. The pulley is not on straight. The pulley itself is not truly flat when made but still within tolerances allowed by manufacturer. .Has nothing to do with the bushing(bearing) They generally wear out over time and start leaking coolant out.
Q:would this water pump work?
You did not say where you live and or what kind of canal it is. If this is an irrigation canal and they catch you pumping water out of it , you will be in for a great big surprise when the law shows up at your door with a very expensive ticket or fine. These canals are checked regularly for things like this and they do not put up with people stealing their water. Strongly suggest that you find out who owns the canal and contact them before you start pumping water from it. It could save you literally hundreds of dollars if not more in fines and fees.
Q:Water well pump, always on??
In the first place the pump should be able to run constantly without a problem, they're made to do this. In the second place go check your tank, see what the pressure is. You must have a water logged tank First: unplug the electric to the pump and then drain the tank completely. Once this is done make sure the tank is drained, plug it back in, wait and see where it stops at, the pressure. It should be about 55 to 65 pounds. When it stops have someone flush the toilet, it should slowly go down, it may settle without turning on, some do. If so, flush it again. Watch it again. When it starts up, keep your eye on it, it should go back to where it was to start with. If it doesn't then the volume control on the end of the tank, with the small tubing coming from it to the switch is out and should be replaced. You have to turn it all off again, drain the tank and replace the volume control. If the switch doesn't stop but, it comes to the end and doesn't open to stop and keeps running, then your switch control is shot and you'll have to replace that. If you have a bladder tank, it should say on the side, then you should empty the tank, as in the upper questions and then using an air pump put in about 38 pounds or whatever the tank says to put in the bladder, then fill it with water again. See if that's the problem.
Q:1400 dollars to replace timing belt and water pump?
Your water pump is shot, it's not pumping water through out your engine to cool it off. Usually timing belt has to be taken off or loosed to get to the water pump. In that case why not replace the belt along with the water pump. Let's discuss the break down of the labor and parts. 2000 neon timing belt - $50 2000 neon water pump - $80 2000 neon timing bolt package and misc gasket seals - $20 3 hour job to replace the timing belt $50 per hour x 3 = $150 for labor. So you should actually end up paying $300 at most for the job and that's what I usually pay a Joe mechanic down the street at his back yard garage. The $1150 is the profit cut so your getting screwed. Cheer up, when I was little older than you I paid $4000 for timing belt and water pump for my NSX at the dealer.
Q:johnson 60 horse outboard, water pump ?
you installed a new lower? If you haven't replaced the water pump impeller, do so now. If you did, maybe you forgot the woodruff key, or the pump housing gasket, or the water tube guide grommet. or maybe the water tube guide slipped out of place on reassembly.
Q:Physics help with water pump?
It is known that 1 hp = 746 watts, so 0.13 hp = 97 watts = 97 Joules/s The amount of work to lift 1 kg water a vertical distance = 30.23 m = mgh mgh = (1)(9.81)(30.23) = 296.6 J no. of seconds in 2.20 hr = (2.2)(3600) = 7920 s total work output of a 0.13 hp pump in 2.2 hr if 100% efficient = (7920)(97) = 768,240 J no of kg lifted by 100% efficient pump/motor in 2.2 hr = 768,240/296.6 = 2590 kg ANS
Q:Pump pumping small is what happened?
You are lifting pump or submersible pump ah? Lift pump before pumping water pump, first open the pump and then open the outlet valve, and if there is no pressure, it is time to leave, the sealing performance is not good, check where leakage, and perhaps your pump is broken
Q:how much is it to replace timing belt and water pump?
Two engines were available in the 2002 Voyager - a 2.4L 4 cylinder engine and a 3.3L V6 engine. The 4 cylinder was timing belt driven but the V6 uses a timing chain with no set replacement interval. Replacing the timing belt and water pump in the 4 cylinder is going to be $500-$850.

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