Submersible Drainage Pump for Clean Water

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Application

They are recommended for pumping clean water without abrasive particles and liquids that are chemically non-aggressive to the materials of which the pump is made. Mainly used for well pumping, river pumping, farm irrigation, water supply, drainage in breeding industry.

Operating Limits

1. Trans medium's PH: 6-8.5

2. Fluid temperature limit:<40 < span="">°C
3. Max ambient temperature:<40 < span="">°C
4. Operating depth: << span="">5m

5. Sand content in medium: << span="">0.1%
6. Sand size in medium: 
<0.2mm< span="">
7.  Pump working position: More than 0.5m over the bottom, should not be inserted into sludge.

Materials

Motor housing:  Aluminum
Impeller: Aluminum
Motor wire: Copper or Aluminum
Suction strainer: Steel or SS
Outlet: Brass or SS
Mechanical seal: Ceramic - Graphite 
Shaft: C45S or SS304

Motor

2-pole induction motor
Insulation Class: E
Protection: IPX8
Single-phase with capacitor and thermal overload protection


Model Instruction

QDX15-17-0.37(F)

(F): With float switch.

0.37: Rate power(kw)

17: Rated head(m)

1.5: Rated flow(m3/h)

QDX: Model code, and no "D" means three-phase


 

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Q:what would cause a domestic water pump to seize?
These pumps can have their own bearing or they may rely on the bearings in the motor. Most of these are anti-friction bearings that have a limited life. Also if the pump runs dry it can over heat and seize.
Q:How to I know if I need to replace the water pump?
Remove the belt and try to turn it by hand. If it makes a growling noise or you can feel roughness in the bearing, then you should replace the pump. Also, look for any leaks anywhere around the water pump that would suggest it needs replacement. If there's no roughness or leaks at the pump, look elsewhere for a leak. Also check your radiator cap to make sure it's holding the proper pressure. Also check your thermostat to make sure it isn't starting to fail. Check to make sure your radiator fans come on too.
Q:My water pump from oreillys came apart and messed up other engine parts what will they replace?
Read the warranty carefully. I doubt they will easily admit their fault and offer to pay for damages. You might have to take them to court, but that means spending money on attorney fees, court fees, and risking losing even more. Tough luck, man.
Q:Water pump Problem... Do you think??
This does not sound good. If it is the water pump, there is a very good chance that you will severely damage the heads and/or block by continuing to drive it. I would not drive it at all, unless you want to risk the expense of a re-built engine (more than $5000 plus installation). If it is the water pump, and not covered under warranty (and I would really get on them about that) less than $1000.
Q:how do i restart a shorted out water pump?
sounds like the bearings locked up...best to replace it
Q:What could it be...? Water Pump or Thermostat?
Do you see any leaks the Front of the Engine or Radiator Area? is the Coolant Mixture Correct? Low Cost, Replace the Thermostat. From the Shaking you could also be in need of a Good Tune-Up? Also after all that shaking you might want to check the motor Mounts to make sure they haven't Cracked.
Q:RV FRESH WATER PUMPS?
If U just install it look at the arrows for water flow. If not than make sure it has water getting to ti and not shut off or leaking line. There are tests U can do on the pump to see if it's working like a hose into a bucket of water and see if it pumps.
Q:what r the signs water pump is going out on 2000 ford focus zx3 2.0l zetec dohc? thanx in advance.?
Its generally around 60 to 75 thousand miles, you want to change that belt. And yes. most of the people saying do the water pump at the same time are correct. That belt rides off the waterpump. That pump only costs around 20 to 25 bucks. it will save you all that extra labor in the end if that pump should fail. Do you HAVE to do the waterpump? NO Should you as a preventive maintenance measure YES.
Q:Ford Focus 1.6 Petrol Water Pump Problem ***HELP***?
When the necessary water-pump is replaced 90% of the parts will be removed anyway to access replacement of the timing belt. In other words, the mechanic will have already removed the water-pump and just a few more parts will need to be removed to change the timing belt. If you haven't had the timing belt changed in the past 50,000 -75,000 KM it's wise to have it done now rather than later when the water-pump will have to be removed to change only the belt. If the belt happens to break somewhere down the road it *could raise hell with the valve train and pistons costing more pounds and kilos of money to repair. I only offer this advice as a wise preventative maintenance measure!
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...)

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