Petrochemical Process Pump ZA Series

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Type ZA Petro chemical process pumps, according to API 610(8th edition), for pumping clean or slightly polluted. cold or hot, chemically neutral or aggressive liquids.
Application ranges
In refineries, petrochemical industry, coal processing and low temperature engineering.
In chemical industry, fibre and general processing industries, particularly in paper and pulp industries, sugar industry.
In water industry, particularly seawater desalination plants, power stations.
In heating and air-conditioning, environmental protection engineering, ship and offshore industries.

Performance range
Sizes  DN:25-400mm
Capacities(Q)3-2600m3/h
Head(H)4-250m
Operating Pressures(P)2.5MPa
Operating temperatures (T):-40℃~+300℃-40℃~+450℃(Center support)

Instruction of pump type
For example:ZA80-160A
ZA—single stage Chemical Process Pumps
80——pump outlet diameter
160——impeller diameter
A—— outer diameter of impeller is changed the first, second time.

Construction
Single-stage, horizontal, radial split volute casing pumps with feet below and single-entry radial impeller, end suction branch, radial upwards discharge branch.
Depending on operating conditions hydraulic balance provided by front or rear wear rings and balance holes. Casing cover with cooling or heating connections, shaft sealing by packing or mechanical seals of any design(single or double working), connections for cooling, flushing or sealing liquid
Standardized pipe work according to API plans.
The rotation of the pump rotor is clockwise looking from the motor to pump.

Pumping medium
Organic acid and inorganic acid such as sulfuric acid, nitric acid, hydrochloric acid, phosphoric acid, which at various temperature and concentration.
Various salt solution.
Various liquid petroleum chemical products, organic compound as well as raw materials with corrosive and the products.
At present, anti corrosive materials for pumps provided by our plant can meet all the requirements of the medium mentioned above. Please provide the detail service conditions for pump to us, when you order.

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Q:How to install a water pump?
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Q:Where is the water pump located on a 2002 Mercury Cougar?
Leave the water pump alone! It sounds to me like your gauge is malfunctioning. Every so often an electrical gauge will fail and give strange readings. It could either be the sensor that reads your coolant temp or the gauge body itself. Your car cannot go from overheating to fine while stationary at a red light. Take it to a shop (that specializes in electrical, they're out there) and tell them the temp gauge is acting wacky. If you INSIST to know the location of your water pump...should be on the passenger side of the car mounted to the engine. It's either driven by an accessory belt or the timing belt, I can't remember at the moment. Here's a trick also. Water pumps are designed to leak when they fail. See if you can find coolant spilling out of anywhere a few ounces at a time. Good luck!
Q:How do you remove the water pump from bmw m42 engine?
Remove fan from pulley (usually using a big special open end wrench) turning clockwise with you in front of the car/engine. Loosen bolts holding pulley to water pump (but do not remove bolts and pulley yet). Adjust fan belt tensioner to remove alternator belt (there is a plastic cover in the middle of the tensioner pulley under which is a bolt usually torx 50 with which you can adjust the pulley pulling clockwise/to the right). Proceed to remove bolts and pulley from water pump. Remove bolts from water pump. Put 2 screws into the empty/previously unused holes in the sides of the water pump to pull it out. Remove and replace water pump. Refill with coolant. Bleed cooling system to remove air from the system.
Q:Why should we pump water into a pump when the country uses a pump to pump it?
This is the water diversion, after the discharge of air, the pump started, under the influence of atmospheric pressure in order to absorb water.
Q:where does a car water pump leaks at?
It am be leaks at them hole.
Q:What is the water pump population pre rotation, what harm?
Is the entrance of water flow in the formation of complex turbulent flow, flow direction, shock, vibration, easy to damage the front entrance device, such as vane impeller, shaft sleeve, sealing element. In order to prevent the emergence of the pre swirl phenomenon, usually the design will inlet than outlet diameter, try to make the entrance flow in laminar flow, according to streamline our design, in order to protect the safety and prolong the service life of equipment.
Q:How do you build a water pump?
There are a number of different types of pumps (and some overlap between types, too). A suction pump basically sucks water up. This might be a piston pump, or a venturi pump (or some other types). This type of pump raises water up by lowering the air pressure above the water, and letting atmospheric pressure push the water up the tube. Suction pumps can't pull water up more than about 32 feet (because that's how high atmospheric pressure can lift a column of water) but they have the advantage that the pump can be located at the top of where you want the water (rather than down where tie water is). A Lift pump basically uses mechanical force to raise water upwards. This could be a chain of buckets, or an Archimedes screw, or a bubble-lift pump. All these pumps need to have at least part of the pump down at the water level (with the exception of the bubble lift, which is kind of a unique design). The most common water pumps are centrifugal pumps. These use a set of spinning vanes to pressurize the water. Water comes in at the center, and hit spinning vanes; these shove the water outward through centrifugal force, and the outlet pipe is at the outside edge of the circle. One other interesting type of pump is the hammer pump. It's sometimes used in remote farming areas, because you can use the energy of a running stream to pump water high up a cliff. In a hammer pump, you let water flow through a relatively long tube. The tube has a vertical pipe near it's end. You let the water run through, and then suddenly close off the end of the pipe. The momentum of the water (combined with the fact that water isn't very compressible) can force a shot of water very far up the vertical tube. Hope this gives you enough to search for on the web!
Q:hot water circulation pump suck water from a pluged pipe and pump water through storage water heater to rooms?
Hi, It seems to me your question is miss- worded or it simply flew over over my head. I'm intending the same project when time is there for it. I m a' machine builder by trade as also an oilfeild welder so tend to trust my plans about design. My answer to your question is you can't suck water from a plugged pipe except one tiny amount that would create a vaccum. My plan is an inline hot water pump(automotive type) to go to and from the water heater while the pluming route may have radiators or other heat transfer sourses like plane pipeat various points of the house return in an open pipe flow lie.Thermostate control hooked tothe electric motor that drives the water pump
Q:How do I quiet a noisy water well pump?
It sounds to me like water hammer. There are a few ways to address it, probably the easiest is to add an expansion tank. To find out, try connecting a garden hose somewhere in the system, preferably a cold water pipe. Drain all the water from the hose and put a nozzle or plug on the end so the air can't escape, then turn the valve on. The air in the hose will act as a cushion and, if water hammer is the problem, you won't hear it while the hose is connected. That is not a permanent solution, just a simple test that might give you an answer. Good luck
Q:Timing Belt/Water pump replacement?
Not sure about Elantra, but for Honda, the water pump is driven off of timing belt. If you are going to put in 4 hours of labor tearing up to replace timing belt, it would be silly not to replace the water pump because if water pump goes out, then you have to put in that 4 hour labor again. In my experience, water pump life is around 80 - 120K for most cars.

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