Single Stage Double Suction Centrifugal Pump S Series

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S single stage double suction centrifugal pumps are late-model energy-saving horizontally split pumps newly developed by us on the base of the old style double suction pumps at home and abroad.They are used to handle clean water or other liquids similar to water in physical and chemical properties.medium temperature not exceeding 80 ℃.This series of pumps are applicable for factories,mines,urban water supply and drainage,power stations,farmland irrigation and drainage,and other water conservancy projects.

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  The inlet and outlet of this type of pumps are below the axial lead of the water pump and are vertical with the axis line. When repair and examination, there is no need to disassemble the inlet, outlet pipe and the motor. Seeing from the direction of driving, the pump is circumrotating clockwise. (We can change it into counter-clockwise).
  The main components of the pump are: pump body; pump cover, impeller, axis, balanced suction seal loop, axial bush, and etc.
  The pump body and pump cover consists of the working room of the impeller. On the water inlet flange and outlet flange, there is pipe tap for installing the vacuum meter and pressure meter. Under the inlet flange and outlet flange, there is pipe tap for pouring the water.
  The impeller after quiet balance checkout is fixed on the axis by axial bush and the axial bush nuts on the both sides. Axile nuts can adjust the axial position.
  The pump axis is supported by two single low annular ball bearings. The bearing is in the bearing body, installed on the two ends of the pump body. Lubricate it by butter.Balanced suction seal loop is used to reduce the water in pressure room of water pump leak to water jet room.
The pump is directly driving by flexible shaft coupling. It also can be drove by gas engine.
The axis seal is flexible sealant (We can adopt mechanical seal structure).

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Q:what kind of noise does a water pump make when it is going on a car?
There is no noise associated with a water pump going out that I am aware of other than the engine exploding due to excessive heat. The dash guages; especially the engine temp guage, will give you a clue as to a cooling problem, whcih is what the water pump is for. The water pump prevents the engine block from overheating. When the pump fails, the engine overheats and will either shut down, or the engine will burn out. The best way to tell is to monitor the temp guage. If the engine is running hot, it either the water pump, lack of water in the cooling system, or Thermostat failure. Best to have a mechanic check it out. Cheers!
Q:KTM 85 MOTORCYCLE WATER PUMP COVER HELP!?
DPO, You will need the water pump gasket, water pump gasket sealant and the manual. DO NOT USE SUPER GLUE. Remove the cover [after draining the coolant this time] and clean everything up nice and dry. Resist the urge to scrape and gouge the parts with a screw driver to remove the old gasket material. you can use a scotchbrite pad to clean it all up. [no, steel wool cannot be used] Use a THIN film of sealant on each side of the gasket [NO, more is not better] and bolt it back together gently or you risk cracking the pump cover. Don't forget to refill with coolant and recheck after it has warmed up and cooled again.Get the manual before you do any more damage. You didn't give the year or exact model 85 so the link below is just for example.
Q:Air Locked Water Pump?
If you are using a standard well pump, then there should be a check valve in the pipe between the holding tank and the pump. In a well it will be a foot valve, but may also have been a simple check valve. The work on your mains may have introduced dirt into the valve and prevents if from sealing and maintaining the pressure in the system when the pump stops. Someone also suggested that the pressure tank (not the holding tank) associated with the pump has become water logged. If that is the case then a small volume of water coming out of the pressure tank will cause a large enough pressure change to keep the pump working. Last possibility, there has to be a sensor that determines that the level of the water in the holding tank is low and will turn on the mains supply and when the level gets high enough that the mains supply is turned off. This can be a pressure switch or a mercury switch similar to one with a sump pump, etc. So my suggestions are: Check to make sure that the holding tank is clean and there is no sediment in it. Check to make sure that the holding tank fills when the water level drops, (it appears to stop when it is full). If you do this next procedure, make sure that you know how to prime your pump. I would also turn off the hot water tank. If it is a foot valve, remove the foot valve by removing the clamp and then back wash it to clean out the dirt. If it is an in-line check valve then remove the pipe. between the pump and the holding tank and invert it, and run water through it to clean out any sediment, then replace the pipe. Drain the pressure tank, and if you can pump some air into it. Then make sure that everything is connected, prime the pump and turn it on. Make sure that everything is working, then at each tap, especially the hot water taps, turn them on and leave running until the water flows smoothly. When all of the air is out of the system then turn on the hot water tank.
Q:Can a power steering pump damage water pump?
If the same belt goes to the water pump and has been really over tighten. It can cause rear in the water pump bearing and damage the seal and cause it to leak out of the weap hole in the both of the water pump hub. Lack of water to engine to cool it can cause added damage. The hold cooling system need to be checked. Including the radiato cap. Usually when a belt sound off when it is started up. Means the belt is ware out. This vehicle the belt can be remove and take power steering toke out of the picture. It will mean hard steering till a new pump can be put on or a rebuilt pump.
Q:How to replace the water pump on a 1988 Cougar?
remove radiator,remove fan blade,you may have to move the a/c condenser and or compressor. and move the alternator out of the way. scrape gasket off engine block. glue new gasket to water pump and install in reverse. be sure not to over tighten the bolts.
Q:Do you think it's a water pump or a headgasket?
Locate the water pump and look it over to find a small hole called a weep hole, it's there to let you know when the pump seal is toast. After you locate the hole, start the car and let it warm up and look at the hole again, it will be dripping because that's what I think it is.
Q:Water pump fuse missing?
Get back in the kitchen woman!
Q:how can i put in a water pump for a1994 bonniville sse?
1994 Pontiac Bonneville V6-3800 3.8L Vehicle Level Engine, Cooling and Exhaust Cooling System Water Pump Service and Repair Service and Repair Notes TOOL REQUIRED J 38185 Hose Clamp Pliers J 36660 Torque Angle Meter REMOVAL Engine coolant. Electrical center and reposition. Loosen water pump pulley bolts. Drivebelt. Water pump pulley. Power steering pump mounting bolts and reposition. Bolts from water pump. Water pump. Clean Water pump mating surfaces. INSTALLATION Gasket and water pump. Bolts to water pump using Torque Angle Meter. Tighten Long bolts to20 Nm (15 ft. lbs.) + 40 degrees. Short bolts to 15 Nm (11 ft. lbs.) + 80 degrees. Water pump pulley, do not tighten bolts. Power steering pump with mounting bolts. Drivebelt. Tighten water pump pulley bolts. Tighten bolts to 13 Nm (115 inch lbs.) . Electrical center in place. Engine coolant. Inspect for leaks. © 2008 ALLDATA LLC
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:I have already replaced the thermotast but my vw bug still overheats .it blows water thru the tailpipe?
if it blows water through the tail pipe and white smoke it is your head gasket or a cracked block or a cracked head. if it does not have white smoke or milky engine oil than it is more than likley your heater core. if you determine that it is the heater core have your system back flushed before you replace the hearter core it could be pluged.

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