MD (S) Type Multistage Centrifugal Pump with High Quality

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MD (S) Type Multistage Centrifugal Pump with High Quality


Basic Info. of MD (S) Type Multistage Centrifugal Pump with High Quality
Model NO.:MD85-45*3; MD280-65*5; MD580-70*10

Pump Casing Combined:Horizontal Split Pumps

Impeller:Closed

Working Pressure:Middle Pressure Pump

Position of Pump Shaft:Horizontal Pump

Usage:Pump

Impeller Number:Multistage Pump

Influent Type of Impeller:Single Suction Pump

Mounting Height:Since Irrigation Centrifugal Pumps

Inlet Diameter:40-580mm

Capacity:6.3-1250m3/H

Head:50-1000m

Export Markets:Global

 

Product Description of MD (S) Type Multistage Centrifugal Pump
MD(S) type pump is a kind of mineral wear-resistant multistage centrifugal pump improved and designed based on D type pump. It is characterized by its wear-resistance, long service time, and it is used to transmit mine water whose solid particle content is less than 1.5%(particle diameter smaller than 0.5mm), and other similar liquids. Transmitted medium temperature is no more than 80º C.

 

Performance Range of MD (S) Type Multistage Centrifugal Pump
Inlet diameter: 40-580mm
Capacity: 6.3-1250m3/h
Head: 50-1000m
Speed: 1480r/min 2980r/min
Matched power: 5.5-3150kW

 

Structural Characteristics of MD (S) Type Multistage Centrifugal Pump

The series of horizontal multistage centrifugal pump is supported by two ends. The casing part is sectional. The pump is driven by means of the connection of flexible coupling and motor. The pump rotates clockwise from the direction of drive end. (D580-70(1), MD580-70(1) The pump rotates anticlockwise from the direction of drive end).
Stator part
It is mainly connected to be a whole part by suction section, middle section, discharge section stuffing box using tension bolts and bolts, and the discharge is vertically upwards and the suction is horizontal.
Rotor part
It is mainly made up of shaft, impeller, balance plate, shaft sleeve, etc.
Seal of pump
The stationary joint face between the suction section, middle section and discharge section is sealed with gaskets.
The choke flow seal is adopted between different stages of pump.
Packing seal is used for shaft seal of two sides of the pump.
The water deflector is used for preventing water from entering the bearing.
Bearing part
The whole rotor is supported by the roller bearing at the two sides of bearing. The grease lubrication is applied for the bearing.

 

FAQ

Q: Are your pumps cheaper than those of your competitors?

A: CNBM aims to give its customers the highest standards of quality and service and delivery times, all at a reasonable price.

Q: Do you have self-priming pumps?

A: Yes, our product portfolio also includes two ranges of self-priming pumps: self-priming electric pumps and self-priming side channel pumps.

Q: Is it really necessary to fit a bleed valve for the boxes?

A: It is always best to have a bleed valve as the gas produced by the fermenting sewage is potentially hazardous.

Q: If I increase the power of the motor, must I also increase the power of the inverter?

A: You must select the size of converter that allows maximum absorption of the electric motor.

Q: Do you have pumps with grinders?

A: Yes, the WQ models.

Q: How long is your warranty?

A: Unless otherwise expressly authorized in writing, by specifying a longer period or different conditions, CNBM states that, for a period of twelve (12) months from delivery date, all Products supplied are free from defects in materials and workmanship, and conform to the applicable specifications. Either the delivery documentation or the invoice must be provided to prove delivery date. In absence of such documents, the production date appearing on the product label may suffice.

 

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Sounds like the pump is operating during the fill cycle. if there is something clogging the pump, you wouldn't be losing water, it would never drain.
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Coolant flows thru, and sometimes is all coolant, very little water content.
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