Multistage Horizontal Centrifugal Pump

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Q:Will a water pump work?
Be careful what you buy. Most aquarium pumps are AIR pumps. Why not just use a siphon? As long as the storage tank is higher than the generator it will work. Get a hose or plastic tubing of the size you need, put one end in the tank. Suck on the tubing to start flow. To stop flow just pinch off the pipe or raise the spout above the water level. you might even install a valve if the tubing is large enough.
Q:A Salty Pool without the fancy Salt Water Pump.?
I don't think you or others really understand a salt water chlorination unit. The salt is added to the pool water through water circulation of the pool water the ION unit water passes past these two electrodes which in turn give off a chlorine gas which becomes the chlorine requirements for the pool On the ioniser is a dial that is set to a required setting to do with the volume of certain sized swimming pools. Even though one has this unit connected to their pool, they still have to add chlorine to their pool of the chlorine level isn't enough. This can be done in various methods, via a floating skimmer or have pellets put in hair lint pot or scattered over the pool surface, once dissolved in a bucket of warm water. Just by leaving the salt in the water as you suggest won't really do much other than help keep the water salty! This is my opinion I'll not get into a wage or wars over who is right who is wrong! Your trying to get others on your side, because you made the wrong choice purchased a salty pool chlorinator pump your dis- satisfied with your choice I am not going to agree or disagree with your statement other that to say your putting your families health at risk being a skin flint! So you think your doing the right thing, by putting your families health at risk for the sake of a few lousy dollars. Do it properly have a professional to come connect it all up for youin a proper manner!! Surely your families health means a lot more to you than risking a few lousy bucks on the proper unit! Cheers!!
Q:Water pump and pully?
The water pump is worn out and you may actually be hearing it sqeak.
Q:Water pump cost??????????
Water pumps are cheap.. its the install time and or labor cost to do it that is pricey
Q:Possible leak from water pump?
i would suspct waterpump
Q:Water pump going bad?
Check your coolant levels. Take a drive and let the engine get warm enough for the thermostat to open. This is easily checked by grabbing the upper radiator hose that comes from the thermostat housing. Be careful because it will be really warm. (Most thermostats open at 165 to 185 degrees.) If that is warm, great. With the car running, while parked on a clean surface where you can see if there's a drip, look under the car. Any dripping? Water pumps will more often show that they are gone without making any real noise. They have a weep hole, a place where when the seals goes, it lets water drip out and this is obvious. Water coming from there will be obvious. If there's not a slow or steady stream of water coming out, then it's likely NOT to be the water pump. Turn the engine off and look for wet spots. Is there water around the radiator cap? Is there water around any of the hose connections. Are there any bulges in the hoses? If nothing is really obvious, go to the auto parts store and buy Bars Leak radiator sealant. When you get home, drain half a gallon or so of water from the radiator. Shake the Bar leaks really well and pour it into the radiator. Go for a drive. Drive for 5 minutes, get the engine heat up and drive home. Any minor leak, even at the hose bib, in the radiator, or in the water jacket will be fixed. This stuff has a guarantee so if it doesn't work, go get your money back. You're looking at spending under 10 bucks, by the way.
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:Should I replace my water pump?
If you're going to have the timing belt changed you might as well change the water pump at the same time - it would take about the same amount of effort and cash in the future to just replace the water pump alone if it goes bad. On a Honda with over 100k miles, it's just a matter of time before the water pump goes - so I'd say that it's a good idea to change it now, even if it's not showing any signs of failure. You'd just end up paying for the work twice if you don't do it now - assuming that you're planning on keeping the car for a while. I'm not sure how much a water pump would cost for your car, but you could look it up on the web - additional labor costs to install it during the timing belt change would be minimal.
Q:looking for kickstart, a small water pump developed for east africa?
previously ApproTEC. KVM-Thika, a local manufacturing firm in Kenya. Micro-Irrigation Technologies. Rural Kenyans can no longer rely purely on subsistence farming. ... However, this pump can only pull water from a well ... wanted to pump water up to their fields on the sides of hills. So in October 1998 KickStart introduced the ...
Q:How do you do the yellow water from the suction pump?.
The pump is iron, must be able to avoid the internal rust, and if replaced by stainless steel, no problem.There is also a way to add a filter or water purifier at the front of the pump to make it a little better.
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