JET-SS Water Pump High Efficient Excellent Suction

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JET-SS water pump housing 
1.Stainless Steel impeller&body 
2.high efficient with excellent suction 


JET-SS series are single stage self-priming pumps, suitable for both domestic and industrial applications to convey clean liquids and non-aggressive chemical fluide. The hydraulic characteristic is with higher head and bigger capacity.

 

◊ Application

 

For the correct functioning of the pump , use to pump clean water ,or non- aggressive liquids only , without sand or other impurities, such as :

1. Tank filling

2. Agricultural irrigation

3. Water transfer

4. Industrial using

5. Domestic water

 

 

◊ Working Conditions 

1. Suction lift up to 8 m
2. Liquid  temperature up to +35°C
3. Ambient temperature up to +40°C
4. Max. Working pressure: 6 bar

 

◊ Construct

Pump body: Cast Iron

Housing: Alloy Aluminum

Impeller: Brass/Plastic/SS

Motor: Electric Motor

Shaft: 45# steel/ stainless steel welding

Insulation : Class B ( Class F if you required)

Protection : IP44/IP54

Cooling: External Ventilation

Mechanical Seal: Carbon/Ceramic/Stainless Steel

 

◊ Warranty : 1 year

(according to our general sales condition)


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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:Submersible pump and self-priming pump which is easy to use?
Dive into the water and leave alone
Q:My 1990 Ford f150 water pump is leaking from 1 spot underneath. It is brand new, What's going on?
you okorder.com/... also important to tighten the water pump in evenly and only use a small thin bead of silicone around the gasket enough to just cover the paper gasket on both sides. it shouldn't be squeezing and oozing out all over the place
Q:Can a car turn off due to water pump?
if the water pump was bad the car could over heat then shut off on its own. have the car checked by mechanic if it over heats you can warp or crack the block or heads and if they are warped or cracked you will probably spend more on what the car is worth to fix so make sure to have a mechanic check out the vehicle before buying.
Q:I am wanting a water pump for the basement for when the electricity is off. What do you recommend?
What you need is a generator to run the pump when your hydro is off. Check walmart.
Q:How To Install A Water Pump For A 1990 Accord?
You don't want to do it. Water pumps that are driven by the timing belts should not be done by amateurs since precise alignment of the camshaft(s), crankshaft, balance shaft, water pump is critical. You should really take it to a trusted mechanic otherwise you can put yourself in a world of hurt if you attempt it on your own. Does the term new engine mean anything for you? Not being rude, just honest.
Q:How to change a water pump on a 1991 Mercury Topaz?
Water Pump RemovalRemoval: Disconnect battery ground cable and drain coolant from engine. Loosen water pump idler pulley bolt and remove belt from water pump pulley. Remove water pump inlet tube. Remove three water pump retaining bolts and water pump, Fig. 16. Installation: Clean both gasket mating surfaces on water pump and cylinder block. Install three water pump retaining bolts and tighten to 20-30 N-m (15-22 ft-lbs). Connect water pump inlet tube on water pump. Install water pump belt on pulley and adjust tension to specification. Connect battery ground cable. Replace engine coolant. Operate engine until normal operating temperature is reached. Check for leaks and recheck coolant level. Couldn't get the picure but this should help, the pump is located on the backside of the engine, just be carefull, this engine is really easy to get the pulley on backwards then the belt won't line up right.
Q:How do you know your water pump is bad?
I am not a mechanic, but I can tell you that I just got my car back this morning from a mechanic because I had an almost identical problem. I had a slow fluid leak for a couple days, and steam would come out from under hood when I parked (after only driving for 10 minutes). Four days into this I went to the pharmacy and when I left I noticed I left a very rusty puddle of water in the parking lot. On the way home temp was running higher than normal. Let the car sit until a mechanic picked it up. Something happened with the timing belt and it caused problems with the water pump and coolant got in my oil. Had to have an oil change, coolant flush, water pump replaced, and a timing cover/gasket/seal something or other. $400 later I am up and running, good as new. Hope this helps and I hope you can find a good mechanic like I did.
Q:Hit and Miss Engine Water Pump?
A horse and a half won't do much. You would be better off with a hydraulic ram type pump if you can get about a 10 or 15 foot fall before the ram. It will pump about 4 or 5 times the height of the fall, but in small quantities. It will run 24/7 without gasoline, so it will fill a tank over a long period of time. The railroads used them during the steam era when they had huge water towers out on the plains.
Q:Mazda b2300 keeps Overheating- Already put new Thermostat & Water Pump! What can it be?
Your friends and Kirk don't seem to be working for you. The knocking sound has me concerned and I'm not sure how it plays into the overheating. First the antifreeze level? After the water pump and thermostat you should have bled the air out of the system. Don't think you can fill the reservoir tank and it will be okay. Take the cap off the radiator to confirm it is full. Next is the fan. If it is electric you need to make sure it is working if it is belt driven you need to grab the blade and give it a push, it should not spin free and should only go about one blade past where you pushed it. Engine off for that one please. Next the radiator it self. Make sure the fins and not blocked and air can move through them.

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