Single Stage End Suction Centrifugal Pump Ga Series

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Introduction of Single Stage End Suction Centrifugal Pump Ga Series 
GA series end suction centrifugal pump completed sets are designed with technical benefits to meet the needs of users in a variety of city water supply, fire fighting, irrigation, and cooling applications.

Design & Material of Single Stage End Suction Centrifugal Pump Ga Series

Bare Shaft  Direct Coupled with Electric Motor or Engine
DesignPerformance and dimensions referring to the European standard BS EN733/DIN24255
StructureHorizontal,Axial End-Suction,Single-Stage,Single-Suction,Volute Casing,Back pull-out
DN (mm)32 - 250
FlangeDIN2501 standard,ANSI B16.5 Class 150lb optional
CasingCast Iron standard,Ductile Iron,Stainless Steel optional
ImpellerBronze standard,Cast Iron,Stainless Steel optional
ShaftASTM420standard, ASTM304, ASTM316, ASTM1045 optional
Shaft SealMechanical Seal Standard, Gland Packing optional


Operating Data of Single Stage End Suction Centrifugal Pump Ga Series


 

Flow Rate(Q)2-1100 m3/h
Head(H)2-152m
Speed1450~2900 rpm (50HZ), 1750~3500 rpm (60HZ)
Temperature-10 Celsius to 105 Celsius 
Working Pressure 1.2 MPa standard, 1.6 MPa on request


Applications of Single Stage End Suction Centrifugal Pump Ga Series
1. Heating, ventilation and air-conditioning
2. Fire Protection and Fire Fighting
3. Water circulation
4. Liquid transfer
5. Irrigation
6. Cooling
7. Booster service

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Q:what are the different types of water pumps for pontiac motors up to 1981?
Actually there was two main pumps for the older ones,, one was called a short shaft,,and one was called a long shaft,,the long shaft was the most popular,and it all depends on whether your car had power steering,,and air conditioning on it,,all the ones that used the long shaft usually had air,,and power steering on them also,,also some of them had a smog pump on them,,this was the main reason they used the long shaft,,most of the smog pumps got taken off and discarded down through the years,,but you still had to use the pump that had the long shaft,,this is the problem your having,,i own a repair shop in Tennessee,,and have been redoing some old cars in the past few years i to have run across the same problem you are having,,you can have a long shaft ordered for you ,,and it will work fine,,i had to use the long shaft on the one i was redoing hope this helps some.
Q:can air enter a water pump?
If you use a fountain spray you can add air by spraying water up in the air and letting it fall back into the pond. The best solution is to buy a pond aerator. They are available on line and at some garden centers. .
Q:engine doesnt pump water?
Check d suction line 4 any chokes, prime d pump if necessary, check discharge line 4 any chokes, And it depends where u have kept the pump...if it is below d head, ur pump may nt pump bcz it might nt have dat capacity to take suction. Also check d impeller and the glands bcz if it is a priming p/p and the glands leak, u will not be able to prime as the water will leak thru the glands.... Hope dis will help u out
Q:Water pump and pressure tank question..?
your right on what it could, once i also have seen a vacuum hose and other hoses like evap hooked into coolant system boy some dude fried his face when he was stupid enough to pull the cap without backing on the evap one it exploded as he was working on it. You can rent a block tester from autozone the dye will turn green or yellow if the head is warped or the gasket is bad. Don't suck up coolant with it while the cap is off just the gasses it uses to determine. A bad water pump causes overheating overall usally or starts leaking, a bad thermostat getting stucked closed will cause overheating. Oh I have even seen cars where someone pulled the thermostat out to cover that up. Anyway, Stucked closed, Which would cause it to overheat as you drive or it is completly warmed up. You can feel both hoses to check it if it is opening and alowing coolant through the radiator.
Q:Is it the water pump?
doesnt sound like water pump you may have lost a heater core thats what it sounds like to me its getting vacuum and temp is jumping but you dont have heat sounds like it to me check that next but as with the other selection check if your thermostat is in wrong
Q:Why would a newly installed water pump leak?
Could be a defective pump. I've had that happen to me already. Might be that one of the surfaces still has some of the old gasket remaining or perhaps some uneven spots. In that case I would recommend high-tack gasket sealer by permatex. Check to see that the antifreeze is not coming from elsewhere like from a by-pass hose or from the intake. It could be possible that the pump was not the only thing at fault. Hope that helps.
Q:Replacing water pump?
never let the coolant pour put a pan under the car to drain it if it is clean you can reuse it if it is not then take it to the city dump they will take it for free some aoutopart stores will take it for free but please don't let it pour or go on the drain that **** is really really bad for the water we dirnk , and for the guide on how to replace it it is really simply use labels and plastic bags with labels to identify the parts , i read this advice before replacing the maniffold on my e 350 and i said **** that im not stupid , guess what i did replaced it and everything but at the end i was missing screws and i had some screws extra that did;t fit anywhere , learn from the advice not from your own experince
Q:Marine cabin water pump?
most likely the pressure switch is stuck/corroded. this is a common problem with on demand type pumps.try tapping on the pressure switch to see if it will work.if the pump is installed properly,the motor should be at the top and the pump and switch will be at the bottom.i consider these pumps disposable. expect to replace it every couple of years.
Q:How do I know if it's my well water pump, thermostat or water heater?
Well, if you dn't have any water, it's not the water heater or the thermostat, it's got to be the pump. Has the circuit breaker tripped? You should check that before you call a plumber.
Q:How should the water pump breaker be selected?
Tell you a way, then go to the election, mainly to see his rated current to choose.The most general calculation of a KW==2 current (380V3 phase) 11KW==22 current, and then enlarge 1.2 times, that is, the current of the circuit breaker is selected to 25-30A. If it is started directly, zoom in to 1.5 times. Yes, no problem!! In addition, the 37KW 64 current short circuit selector 80-100A is ok.. Similarly, 4KW following unification can be done using 10A15A

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