Split Casing Pump S Series

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S series split case pumps are single-stage double-suction centrifugal pumps with horizontal split casing. They are widely used for water supply & drainage in fields of factories, cities, mines, power stations and farmlands as well as water conservancy. They are provided for delivering clear water without solid particles or other liquid which is physically and chemically similar to clear water. The temperature of the liquid is 0℃~80℃. Permissible maximum inlet pressure is 0.6MPa.


Performance range
Capacity: 72~20000m3/h
Head:  11 ~ 186m

Instruction of pump type
For example:   300S19A
300: Inlet diameter is 300mm
S: Single-stage double-suction centrifugal pump with horizontal split casing.
19: Max Head
A: A, B, C separately represents that outer diameter of impeller is changed the first, the second and the third time.

Structure
S series pumps are horizontally installed, the casing and the cover of pump are divided along the axis. The pump cover is above the shaft and the casing is under the shaft. The inlet and the outlet are under the shaft. The centerline of inlet and outlet is perpendicular to the axis. The rotor elements will be removed without disturbing the inlet piping and the outlet piping, only dismantling the pump cover while maintenance. The shaft seal uses packing seal or mechanical seal.
The direction of rotation
Looking from the motor to the pump, i.e. the pump inlet is on the left and the outlet is on the right. The rotation of pump is clockwise. The driver (motor) can be connected with the other end of pump shaft according to customers’ requirements, meantime, the rotation, the direction of inlet and outlet are opposite to the above-mentioned rotating .
Material of main parts
The medium-contacting parts are made of cast iron.
The material of impeller: cast steel /brass /according to customer’s requirements.
Parts range
Pump, Motor, Coupling joint, Foundation plate and Mounting resistant cushion will be supplied when inlet diameter of pump is less than 200mm, more than 200mm inlet diameter will only supply pump, motor, coupling joint.
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IF you've been running the car like that AND IF the car overheated then your P0303 IS related assuming the head gasket is blown at your #3 Cylinder. water /antifreeze will cause a misfire. as for the Bars leak thing. regardless if it seals or nor whatever amount not used to seal the WP will lodge somewhere else. Ask me how I know :-( if the car is salvageable don't wait, have it fixed. if you keep running the car like that you will cause more damage than what you can afford to fix later on. I have a car sitting in the driveway which used one of those engine block sealer(bad head gasket) the intake manifold water connector leading to the heater system was clogged up with the residual chemical not used to seal the head gasket, and must I say it did not worked. you might get away with it, but like I said the remaining product will end up somewhere else. your call.
Q:calc work-water pumping question...?
Work is force x distance, which is conveniently pounds x feet. Since we are only interested in the height here (as that is the direction we are pumping), we only need to integrate along that path. The differential weight/force being pumped is the volume (LxWxH = 2 x 3 x dH) times the density (80) and the distance is the height that volume is pumped (6 - H). So W = integral( 6 * 80 * dH * (6-H)) from H=0 to 6 W = integral ((2880 - 480H) dH) = 2880H - 240*H^2 = 2880(6) - 240*(6)^2 = 8640 foot-pounds of work. If you are pumping from the spout, replace the 6-H with 11-H, and the answer becomes 23,040 foot-pounds, which makes sense since you have almost tripled the averge height you were lifting. For the 2/3, change the range of the integration to H = 2 - 6, since H = 0 - 2 represents the water at the bottom of the tank that will still be there later. This gives you answers of 3840 and 13,440 foot-pounds respectively, showing that the last couple of feet are the hardest to pump out (because they have the farthest to go...)
Q:What's wrong with the motor for my water pump?
You need to be more clear.. is it the pump thats getting hot or is the motor that drives the pump. If its the motor, well that may be normal cause motors are made to work. depending on how old the motor is the windings in it may be losing their insulation. the more insulation is lost the hotter it will get and eventually come to the end of its life. If its the pump only getting hot then it could be that something got inside it and is causing it to run hot. Usually its some debris that got inside of it. If you can, open it up and inspect it. There are many types of pumps so which one you have i can not say but this should lead you to the source of the problem. Was there ever a time when the pump ran cooler or is this something you just discovered? It may be normal for it to run hot. Motors are workhorses and they just work.
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Pressure testing requires a device that attaches to the top of your radiator which allows you to pump air into the system. This test will not always reveal a bad pump however. Find the weep hole (usually on the bottom of the water pump) and look for signs of leakage. If you see coolant you need a pump. Also grab the top of the fan and wiggle it if the belt pulley moves you need a pump.
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The 1990 4 cylinder was before they ran the pump off the timing belt, so it is still V-belt driven, and it is not necessary to touch the timing belt. Since it is belt driven, you should expect it to be near the passenger side of the engine, but it actually bolts to the front of the engine, near the bottom. In the linked image, they have included the housing, which you see bolts to the side of the block with an O ring seal. It is recommended you remove this housing, so that you can more easily get at all the small bolts holding the water pump to the housing. But there is no reason not to reuse the old housing. This also has the thermostat in it, so replace that at the same time. You may be able to leave the hoses attached if you are working on a lift, from below. The power steering pump may be in the way and need to be lowered. Take the passenger side wheel off. If you have to get at it from the top, it may be much harder, because the AC mounting plate would need to be removed and the head gets in the way, but also possible. Set aside a whole day, just to make sure you have enough time to finish if this is your first one. But you could probably do it a second time in about 3 hours.
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If you have good water pressure, then don't worry, It could be the line, tank or something laying on something, I share mine with the neighbor and is hums all the time, Not Buzz, I hope we are talking about the same thing,
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engine was overheated and you may have damaged the head gasket or cylinder head. Cylinder compression test should be done to make sure that you did not blow the head gasket. Any trained mechanic should be able do this test for around $100.
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I don't work on cars, but my dad does. It seems like a water pump would be just as easy to replace as an alternator. Remove, replace, reattach hoses and/or belts. Get one of the repair manuals for your car from the auto store; that will walk you through it.
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David okorder.com Once there sign up for there free account.Once your a member go to the repair section for your venture.In the engine repair section click on water pump.This will give you instructions and pic of how to remove and replace this water pump.This free site will also help with lots of other repairs on your venture.Best of luck.

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