IHF Hot Water Circulation Centrifugal Pump

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  • Place of Origin: Zhejiang, China (Mainland)

  • Model Number: IHF
  • Theory: Centrifugal Pump

  • Structure: Single-stage Pump

  • Usage: Water

  • Power: Electric

  • Standard or Nonstandard: Standard

  • Fuel: hot water circulation pump

  • Pressure: High Pressure

  • Application: hot water circulation pump

  • Certificate: ISO9001:2008

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details:hot water circulation pump for each plywood case.
Delivery Detail:normally one week according to quantity

Product Features:

Advanced and reasonable structure, strong corrosion resistance, tight and reliable sealing performance, stable, low noise and long service life.

 

Technical parameters:

Performance:

Flow rate: 6.3 ~ 400m3 / h

Head: 5 ~ 132m

Speed: 2900,1450 r / min

Power: 0.55 ~ 110KW

Inlet diameter: 50 ~ 200mm

Maximum operating pressure: 1.6Mpa

 

Note: If you have special requirements, please contact our technical staff! (0577-67981766)

 

Model significance:

Examples: IHF65-50-160

IH ------- the overcurrent international standard chemical pump series Code

F ----------- pump pieces for fluorine plastic manufacturing

65----------- the diameter mm

50----------- imports outlet diameter mm

160--------- impeller diameter mm

 

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Q:Can i run a fan and water pump while charging deep cycle battery?
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Q:Could someone tell me the procedure for removing & installing a water pump on 97 buick skylark 3.1L 3100 SFI?
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