Self-priming Portable Diesel Pump with High Quality

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Product Description:

ZW type self-priming  Pump

 

Quick Details

  • Place of Origin: Hebei, China (Mainland)

  • Model Number: AH
  • Condition: New

  • color: as request

  • material: high chromium A05

  • weight: 2-3 tons per pcs

  • inlet/outlet: 2" to 12"

  • assembly: electrical motor or diesel engine

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details:standard export plywood case
Delivery Detail:depends on the quantity.quick delivery and best service

 

 

1.      Summarize

ZXL Direct Connect Chemical Self-Sucking Pump is produced according to the relative technique from nation and abroad. All the technique guide line has reached the lead level in the world, and it has wide usage market and develop foreground. This pump has compacted horizontal frame, unitary motor and body, beautiful exterior, and small occupying area. Compared with common self-sucking pump, the occupying area is decreased 30%. If adopts IP54, it doesnt need pump room and can be used outside.

 

2.      Usage

ZXL Direct Connect Chemical Self-Sucking Pump is widely used for water supply and sewage drainage of municipal, environment protect, chemical, dyestuffs, petroleum, pharmaceutical, brewery, paper and pulp, metallurgical and mining industries and equipment cooling.

 

3.      Characteristic

It has the merit of unique frame, high self sucking capability, and it only need ration lead liquid before work, medium temperature: ≤80 special request: 200 the sucking height should below 5-6.5m the sucking length ≤10m, flux: 3- 200 m3/h outlet pressure: 5-125m rotate speed: 1450-2900r/m

 

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Q:Toyota RAV4: Water Pump?
Nope, could be a bad heater hose that burst. Could be an engine gasket but it will be more issues. I am more inclined if is like you described towards the back of the engine, is the water hose for the heater or the valve that controls the flow.
Q:My water pump went, and car overheated. Can there be any other damage?
The temp gauge prob bounced from hot and normal because the water pump worked intermittently and if you didnt drive the car in the red zone and was working when you brought it to the mechanic theres nothing wrong with it
Q:Bad water pump diagnose?
On Ford V6 engines there is a cover on the timing chain housing located under the water pump which has been known to leak. Sometimes re-tightening the bolts can fix the problem but other times it requires removal and replacement of gasket material. Look carefully around the front of the engine, if its your water pump there will be coolant seepage around the shaft, out of the weep hole or along the edges of the pump. If not look around the edges of that timing cover. Another way to check your pump is to allow the engine to cool thoroughly then remove the radiator cap, start the engine and watch the top of the coolant level. After a few minutes the thermostat will open and if the pump is working you'll see considerable movement of the coolant. This test won't tell you if its leaking but will tell if its working.
Q:Why is the water pump water hose leaking on a 2002 bmw 745li ?
it is either a loose clamp or a bad hose
Q:1996 Buick Lesabre water pump?
Drain coolant, would would desire to eliminate coolant reservoir,next pull belt tensoner back and eliminate belt remembering the way its routed. next eliminate the bolts on w-pump pulley eliminate outer ring of bolts on pump. sparkling gasket setting up new one ,.bleed air from equipment to pevent overheat.desire that's stable.
Q:How many pumps does a 50 meter water head use?
Considering the pipe resistance and the water head, it is recommended to use the pump at 65 meters or so!
Q:Pump adapter belongs to the system of fire pool equipment?
Not belong to. According to the specification, fire hydrant system and automatic sprinkler system fire water supply pipe should be installed on the pump adapter, therefore, it belongs to the fire water supply facilities.
Q:How can you tell if a water pump is bad on a 454 mercruiser marine engine.?
Welcome to the world of boating.We used to have to cut out a hole on the seats to change oil filters on the first service. I feel your pain! Your recirculating pump and your raw water pump are two separate systems. If your upper hoses are running dry I would check the raw water pump first. The rocker noise would concern me more. To separate the noise, run the engine on a garden hose attached to the incoming line inside the boat from the raw water pump when the lower unit is removed for the raw water pump job. That will separate the possible sources for the noise. If the noise followed the lower, check u-joints, gimbal bearing, gear housing. If it is still there, check the oil for water, and the recirculating pump, and valve lifters.(who knows, it might actually be a lifter.)
Q:1976 chevy c10 pickup truck inline 6 water pump direction?
I think the info you are looking for is which heater hose supplies the heater core and which hose returns the water to the system. The heater core has two connections, the bottom is usually water in, the top water out. Generally the hose from the top of the engine supplies the heater core and the hose going to the water pump is returning back to the system. Having cleared that up, it doesn't really matter, even if the hoses are reversed, coolant will flow through the heater core regardless, unless there is a control built into one of the heater hoses that actually cuts off the flow of coolant to the heater core. Some trucks have them some don't. If yours does, check that it is working properly or remove it altogether. Now let's examine the possible source of your problem. I would look at either the heater control in the cab or the heater box itself. In the early 70's GM started using pneumatics, and vacuum operated components for their environmental controls. Vacuum operated doors opened and closed to allow airflow to different parts of the system, A/C, defroster, vents, heat, etc. A vacuum leak, a kinked hose, a bad control will cause the doors to stay closed, giving the illusion that there is no heat. By the same token, the wrong door stuck open could allow excessive outside air to mix with the heated air effectively cooling it off, but that is not likely. Check the main control in the cab, and the vacuum actuators and hoses. If by some chance yours still has the steel cables, make sure they are well lubricated, connected, and functioning.
Q:Is something wrong with my water pump?
If you're seeing the drip from just behind the pulley, the pump seal is probably leaking...while it may not be much now, it will only get worse, so take it to a shop for verification of the leak and replacing the water pump...

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