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:my car sounds like it wants to start up but it wont turn over. happened after i changed my water pump?
im confused at everything you are saying here. first off you said you changed the water pump and then it wont start and u said u changed the fuel pump in the next sentence.... so which one did you change?? and how does it try to start but not turn over? if it trys to start the engine has to turn over other wise you would hear a click sound which could be low battery or looose connections... try jumping it. if that doesnt work it could be the starter as well. but generaly if the starter goes out it wont make no noise at all when u turn the key..... if urs makes noise then its trying to turn which means it needs more power... unless you did somthing wrong and the engine is in such a bind it cant turn. now if ur engine is turning over when u try to start it then it could mean its still not getting fuel so u need to check for fuel. if it has fuel then ur problem could resume in no spark to ur plugs which means if u replaced the fuel pump cause it wouldnt start then that may not have been ur problem the whole time u should have checked for spark and fuel before replacing random parts cause u think they are bad. so depending on what your trying to say here its hard to give u a direct answer cause u completely reword yourself over and over and nothing makes sense.
Q:how to tell if my water pump is shot?
2000 Nissan Altima Water Pump
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in okorder.com okorder.com
Q:What is the most efficient type of hand powered water pump?
Most efficient (fewest parts) is a lift pump. The simplest example is if you use a bucket. You can make this easier to use with a few extra parts to make a shadoof the only losses are friction in the pivot and any leakage that takes place.
Q:Is this noise from my water pump?
wiggle the fan blades and if they move any it is a bad water pump, they will also leak a little bit under the main shaft of the water pump housing, there is a hole on the bottom and top just for this reason, the metal squealing is the impeller in the water pump, it wont last long now I agree....assuming you did put enough coolant back in it after changing the radiator.
Q:Which water pump do i need for a 1997 mercury 25 hp 2 stroke?
Water pump rebuild kit from Mercury, part# 99157T2, about $65. The kit includes the impeller, all gaskets and seals, wear plate and pump body insert. Sierra marine offers a cheaper kit, but their kit does not include the wear plate or pump insert, and these parts cannot be purchased separately from Sierra, so I would not recommend this kit, unless your wear plate and pump insert have been previously changed in the last 3 years.
Q:Is it my water pump? Help?
Year Engine? (Water Pump effecting the Shifting_____:] No!) Could Clogged Valve Body or you just need to change the Fluid Filter. Trickling Sound OK, Never Heard that one. {Hard to say----is the Fan directly connected to the Water Pump?} With the engine off does the Fan move if you Push Pull it up down? Yes Bad Pump Bearing. Do you see a Coolant leak under the center of the engine behind the Radiator? (Leak from weep hole).
Q:How can I be sure the water pump is the problem before spending $ on repairs. 97 civic overheating.?
Simple overheating is rarely the water pump. In most cases water pump failure means either a leak, which is visible as dripping from a weep hole under the car near the timing belt cover, or as a seized shaft, which would mean the engine would quit running immediately and probably be seriously damaged by failure of the timing belt that powers the water pump. Having got past that, consider the conditions of the overheating. If you are losing coolant, start with that. Verify the loss is not because of a head gasket by the simple test: with the engine cold, remove the radiator cap. Start the engine and place the palm of your hand over the radiator neck where the cap came off, and pinch closed the hose to the reservoir. If you feel steadily rising pressure within 3-5 seconds (if the idle is surging, ignore those changes) that is bad news for the head gasket. Otherwise move on. Look for leaks at the end of every hose by feeling with a clean paper towel on your hand, and look for whitish streaks around the top and bottom of the radiator. If coolant is not disappearing, the overheating must occur when in slow traffic or idling, or on the highway, or all the time. If it is when going slow or idling you probably won't see the fan running when it is hot. If it is on the highway, or if it gets hot and stays hot all the time, the radiator is probably plugged with hard water deposits from using tap water to dilute the antifreeze.
Q:Volkswagen...Leak from the water pump housing... or something else?
Water pumps have a seal to hold the water from leaking out the spinning shaft, and the seal always wears out about every 100,000 miles. It is probably this seal that is bad, because it is probably the original pump, and you replace the whole pump. You have to take the front belt cover off and remove the timing belt, so it is not a trivial job. Cost about $300, and takes about 2 hours. But any friend who understands timing belts can do it easily. No special tools or tricks involved, other than making sure the cam timing is correct. Once you take the 3 bolts holding the water pump housing off, you can easily tell if any hoses or clamps should also be replaced. Do the thermostat while you have it off anyway. It is only $5.
Q:What is the aprox. GPM of a 1HP water pump?
www.okorder.com/... You have a lot of choices depending on depth to water, output pressure, etc.

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