Non-Suction Pressure Water Supply Equipment

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Non-suction pressure water supply equipment

Features of Non-Suction Pressure Water Supply Equipment 

1) No need of water pool,saving both fund and energy

2) Simple installation and less land used

3) Extensive purpose and strong suitable

4) Full functions and high degree in intelligence

5) Advance product and reliable quality

6) Personalized design,showing a distinctive style


Applications of Non-Suction Pressure Water Supply Equipment 

1) Water supply for city life

2) Fire-fighting system

3) Agricultural irrigation

4) Sprinkling & musical foundation


Technical Date of Non-Suction Pressure Water Supply Equipment 

1) Ambient temperature 5~40oC

2) Relative humidity no higher than 85oC(20+/-5)oC

3) Liquid temperature 5-70oC

4) Service voltage 380V (+5%,-10%)


FAQ

Q: Are your pumps acid-proofed?

A: To choose the right pumps for chemical applications, we do need further details on hydraulic operations as well as on the type, concentration and temperature of the liquid.

Q: Can your pumps mount Eff.1 motors

A: Currently, only on request though this will shortly be a CNBM standard.

Q: Are your pumps protected against dry running?

A: No, unprotected centrifugal pumps are not generally designed for dry running. It is important to give us or your dealer as much information as possible about the system in which the pump is used. Inlet pressure, the type of liquid to be pumped, together with relative density, viscosity and temperature, for example, are required in order to allow CNBM to recommend the right pump with the right gaskets for a long operating lifetime.

Q: How can I get trained on CNBM products?

A: Yes, we provide training courses in our factory (products, general and specific pump technology, hydraulics, and practical applications). Please consult your sales manager or get in touch with our headquarters for more information.

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.


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Q:Does this sound like water pump noise?
check your belt tentioner , ten-shun er. the computer keeps telling me i spelled it wrong
Q:Kia Sorrento 2003 water pump issue?
Timing Belt has nothing to do with the water pump on my car.. Not sure about Kia.. Running a car without coolant and overheating will wreck the water-pump and possibly crack / warp the head..
Q:When should I replace oil pump and water pump
You should replace your water pump with the timing belt service. This is why: The belt from your timing belt turns your water pump if your water pump were to go bad and let's say seize up it could cause your timing belt also to fail. The other thing is that the labor to open everything back up would be a very high cost just to replace the water pump. It makes more sense financially to pay for the replacement of the water pump (30-60 dollars) than to go back in 20k miles into your new timing belt and have to take everything apart again to replace the water pump. The oil pump should not need replacing unless you have a vehicle with 300-400k miles and you are doing a rebuil engine. Use a quality synthetic oil and a quality oil filter and the oil pump should last for the life of the car.
Q:What water pump do I have to buy to increase the water pressure of the shower?
Before you go to the expense of installing a pump to boost pressure, be sure that you don't have a water VOLUME problem. Buy a pressure gauge (about $20) and connect it to your outside hose bib. If your pressure is about 40 psi, then you don't have a pressure problem. If you live in the USA, the Feds (aren't you glad they're looking out for you?) have mandated that no more than 2.5 gallons per minute can flow out a shower head. That's not much volume. So, I would look for a restriction device in the shower head. If the device is part of the shower head, you can't do anything about it specifically. Compare it to a garden hose and a soda straw with 60 psi water pressure. The soda straw won't provide the volume of water that a garden hose would provide. It would seem that the soda straw has less pressure, but it does not. Normal residential water pressure is on the order of 40-60 psi (I have 85 psi). But if new construction continues in my neighborhood, my pressure will decrease because more demand through a fixed size pipe means lower pressure..
Q:Can a water pump....?
The water pump is only an impeller and moves fluid through the engine for the purpose of cooling. With that in mind, no, it should have no effect. Suspect you have a vacuum leak that is causing your high idle, check for a high pitched whistle and when you find it, fix it.
Q:Is it possible for a water pump in a car to leak for awhile ( days; weeks???) or does?
Water pumps go when the seal around the bearing wears out. The leak starts out slow, but once it starts, there is nothing that can be done for it other than to replace it. The leak does start out slow, and get faster, but it can go from slow to fast in just a few days. Like you notice your car over-heats and needs water, and then a couple days later it needs more, and then you gotta fill it every day, and then like every hour, and then like every five minutes. Once it starts to leak, the water will leak a little slower if the engine is running and the radiator cap is loose, so that it cannot build pressure. But that trick is only good for getting you home, and then to the shop the next day. However, with the radiator cap loose, the water will leak faster if the engine is off. My wife's last car was ruined by severely over-heating, so it is not something you want to mess with. If your car severely over-heats, you will AT LEAST blow the head-gasket. So get it fixed as soon as possible, and in the meantime, carry jugs of water with you.
Q:99 GMC SUBURBAN WATER PUMP?
Looks like it needs a thorough coolant flush and a water pump.
Q:need help on how to replace a water pump in a 1999 ford windstar3.8L?
drain cooling system, remove the fan belt. Remove the lower radiator hose, Remove nut from both front motor mounts. Remove alternator. Disconnect power steering pump pressure hose. Disconnect heater outlet tube from waterpump. Remove AC compressor front bracket, leaving compressor in place. jack up left side of motor about 5 inches. Remove waterpump bolts and nuts. Remove the drive belt tensioner pulley. remove the power steering pump with the hose still attached to it. and position it off to the side. Now remove the waterpump and gasket! reinstall in reverse order. This is taken from the Mitchell Repair Software.
Q:Circuit breaker trip when water pump turn on?
When the pump motor starts, it engages a start winding that can draw enough current tripping the breaker in question. I would recommend that you change the breaker. It may have become weak after years of operation of said pump. It is a very good idea to dedicate a breaker for this motor. This configuration will insure that there's not another appliance in the circuit that may cause this problem of overloading said breaker when a limit switch closes to turn on the pump. Feel free to e-me.
Q:whats the route of coolant through the cooling system?
Most cooling systems pump the coolant out of the engine through the top radiator hose. In the radiator. Out the radiator through the bottom hose. A by-pass system can be found on most cars and it includes the water pump and smaller diameter hose.l these smaller hoses rout the collant to certain components such as the heater core (which provides passenger compartment comfort). There many other variables depending of the car. Engine oil coolers. Intake manifold warm-up passages, I may be leaving some info out here but that is pretty much your basic cooling system routing. Best wishes.

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