Small Slurry Pump Equipment for Gold Mine

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Small Slurry Pump Equipment for Gold Mine

Specifications

1.Model: TD 
2.Material: high chrome alloy or rubber or ceramic 
3.Flow Rate: 10.8-5400m3/h 
4.Head: 3-118m 
5.ISO9001:2008 

Various centrifugal pumps for pumping heavy slurry in agriculture,petrochem,manufacturing,energy and mining.

 

Pumps are designed and suitable for 3 main purposes:

1) Decrease electricity consumption and increase pump life


Our uniquely designed pumps limit slurry contact thus the efficiency is significantly higher and hence very big conventional slurry pumps can be replaced by a pump with a 20% of more smaller motor without affecting pumping performance. If energy bills and high cost of ownership is of concern, these pumps are the answer.

2) Lime and ash applications

Lime and ash pumping applications are particularly difficult for centrifugal slurry pumps because acceleration inside the pump causes the slurry to clump together into a solid clay degrading performance. We have a unique solution proven to work more efficiently and outlast conventional pumps. 

3) High viscosity liquids

Superior throughput rates compared to gear and vane pumps using a unique new design. Great for bitumen, all emulsions and fats.


[ Material Features ]

 

1. high chrome alloy: strong abrasive resistance

2. rubber: corrosive resistance

3. ceramic: abrasive & corrosive resistance, high temperature resistance and cavitation resistance (Please refer to detailed introduction as follows)


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Q:Car still overheating with a new water pump, thermostat?
If your fan is operating.. check to see if the water is circulating. Leave the cap off the radiator and bring up to temp..If it is not, you may have a vapor lock in the system, and will have to bleed the air out.
Q:auto repair water pump?
Chuck has an excellent step by step write-up on doing the job yourself. Is that your question, how do I change my w/p? If not then please edit to help us help you. (I sound like Jerry McGuire) On Chucks write up I just never wait for the RTV to set up at all just put it on and snug down the bolts.
Q:how to remove rear bolt from water pump?
yes you,ll probably have to remove the pulley from it to get to all of them,i usually remove the pulley first anyway ,this makes it a lot easier to do ,but you should be able to get to the bolt after the pulley is off,good luck i hope this help,s.
Q:1997 jeep wrangler water pump?
$70-$150 +cost of pump. Most shops have certain maintenance hours for certain jobs. Call around for exact pricing. Honestly, if you have a sockets (metric) and wrenches you can do it yourself in about an hour or two, maybe less. You don't have to mechanically inclind to replace the water pump on the 97 Wrangler. If you do it, I do recommend buying a Haynes/Chilton's book if you don't really have a clue. If you need to buy the tools, book, pump (gasket should come with it), water pump RTV, and coolant. That will still be a lot cheaper than paying somebody. Plus, you will get the joy of doing it yourself. Also, you could put the savings into a high-flow pump, vice original equipment.
Q:explain the operation of a water pump....?
Water pumps are available in different types. 1. Centrifugal type: Operate by increasing the velocity of water which, when the velocity is decreased by the Volute casing, the pressure increases. 2. Rotary Gear type.: Operate by Displacement of the water by rotating, gears that trap water between the teeth of 2 rotors of inter-meshing gears that release the water at a higher pressure on the opposite side of the pump to the intake. 3. Piston (reciprocating type: Also a displacement operation by a piston moving backwards and forwards within a cylinder (like a hypodermic syringe in operation). Back stroke takes water into the cylinder and forward stroke discharges it at a higher pressure. (Double acting types are also used that take in and discharge alternately from both ends).
Q:How to replace water pump on a 95 Mercedes E320?
I have a 94 E320 in the shop right now with the same issue , running hot but not overheating and i wouldn't even consider replacing the water pump cause i have found the fan clutch not engaging at all . and you need a second opinion . is it possible for a water pump to cause this issue ....yes....is it likely.....NO if the fan clutch is engaging and the car still runs hot but does not overheat the thermostat is most likely not opening completely (sticking) and not allowing proper coolant flow . or you may have an inaccurate CTS .(coolant temp sensor) either way find a place who can properly diagnose your car . i hope this helps you
Q:To Get At The Timing Belt On a Toyota 3.4L V6, Does The Water Pump Need To Be Removed?
We have a Camry Conquest V6 1998 model and all these are similar in desing and yes it is recomened as most of the items removed to replace timing belt also will need to be removed if water pump fails and ta a cost of about $900 AUD each time best to replace together for an extra $100 or so. We usualy replace all the following every 100.000 kilometers: Timing belt kits including all pullies, Water pump, Drive belts (The ones for air cond and generator) and becuase half the motor has to be dismantled to reple the spark plugs we also do these as well. All together it cost about $1200.00 AUD to do them all together well worth it and saves you about $1000.00 in servicing in long run. Hope this is helpfull. Note our cars has just turned on to 388.000 kilometers with out missing a beat also we change oil and fileter and service it as required by the service book but then again it never has broken down or given us problems. Its better than buying new car everytime the blow up du to no proper servicing. :)
Q:Could I replace a water pump myself?
Go okorder.com They have on-line repair manuals for just about every car. You'll be guided through entering your vehicle make and engine size/type. Find the water pump and read the directions they give you. I changed the one on my Buick this way. It's cheaper and easier than buying the manual. If it looks to complicated, then take the car to a shop.
Q:My water pump from oreillys came apart and messed up other engine parts what will they replace?
In concurring with ART WARRINGTON, a mechanic's professional determination will speak for you. To add, make sure you take the vehicle to a well-known and respected repairshop, like the dealer. However, it won't be O'Reilly that covers the final cost, if things work out in your favor. It will be the manufacturer of the part and O'Reilly might become your middleman again for parts. One thing is for certain: no money is going to enter into your hands. This process will go faster especially if you do not make demands for such. In arguing your case, though, you are going to be limited since you have to secure other means of travel now if none are at your immediate grasp. Also, small claims court generally handles claims up to $1,500. This sounds like the repair will be more than that. In terms of a free claim, I have not the experience there. Keep in mind that a lawyer will not be. ~~~~~~~~ If, for some reason, they require your automobile insurance information, I'm out as far as advice. For that I would, just to be safe, get with your insurance company beforehand and ask them questions. They would be a great non-biased thrid party for advice. May I offer my condolences that you have to go through all of this..
Q:Well Water Pump Problems?
Yes, they are trying to get your money. Check the breaker and see if it needs to be reset. If your pump is not submersible, you will need to prime it. Remove the gauge or one of the plugs and, with a funnel, fill it with water before you run it. This should be repeated until your pump is primed and filling up the tank. Make sure you have a faucet or two opened when you do this. No matter what, your well does not have to be dug up. It doesn't work like that. The power going out doesn't have anything to do with the water in the well or the piping going down to it. If all else fails, call a different well company to get some advice. Edit- If the pump is running ok, it should be primeable. It takes time to do this. If the pumps impeller was damaged by running dry, the pump may need a rebuild or replaced.

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