TDA Series Slurry Pump Equipment for Gold Mine

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1. 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 

2. Application

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

 

3.Features


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.

 

4.Material

 

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)

TDA Series Slurry Pump Equipment for Gold Mine


5. FAQ

1       Are CNBM pumps available in DIY stores?

Yes, currently, we’re available for DIY stores all over the world.

2       Where do I have to send pumps for service?

You must send them to the CNBM PUMP Service Point or, after contacting Customer Care, to the CNBM PUMP service center in China.

3       Are your pumps acid-proofed?

To choose the right pumps for chemical applications, we do need further details on hydraulic operations as well as on the type, concentration and temperature of the liquid.


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Q:What is the current of the pump when it is started?
When the motor starts, the rotor changes from a prohibited state to a rotating state, requiring a great torque, and the current must increase. When the pump starts, because there is water, it is started with load, and the current will be greater.
Q:Black ATV silicone on water pump gasket?
Sealant or silicone is usually used instead of a gasket. A gasket is made to seal and does not need any other kind of sealant. If installing a gasket and you do not want it to move then you use a glue, but just enough to keep the gasket in place. Glue like 3M. If installing a Eng. oil pan gasket where it takes a rubber end or an intake manifold gasket then you use a silicone where the rubber meets the paper or cork gasket. This is for insurance only. Some oil pans don't use a paper gasket then you use a silicone. Lay a good 1/4 inch bead around the block and let it get tacky then carefully install the oil pan. On the water pump, it wont hurt to put silicone to hold the gasket in place, and also insurance in case it leaks Good luck
Q:Where is the water pump located on a 1999 cadillac deville?
well.... if the fuel was pumping before it ran out of gas, it probably pumps still... the pump wont stop pumping just because it ran out of gas.. but... if you do run out of gas, you WILL get AIR in the lines, and it COULD keep the car from starting because of a bubble somewhere in the lines that won't allow fuel to pass. hard to explain. Diesels have this problem a lot more than EFI cars do, but it can still be an issue. try going out there and turning the key on and off about a dozen times, but not trying to START the car.. every time you turn the key, you should hear a mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm sound from the back of the car. that's your FUEL PUMP priming. if you DONT hear the humming sound (which does stop after about 2 seconds) then your fuel pump isn't working. let it prime a few times. when there is too much pressure, a separate line pushes fuel back to the tank.. it SHOULDNT be that big of a problem, but i'm not sure about that exact car.. i have a feeling it's a northstar v8 or something, and those are notorious for sucking donkey nuts.
Q:Car still overheating with a new water pump, thermostat?
is your cooling fan working? my guess is it isnt and thats why you overheat. theres a thermal switch for the fan... that may be bad or your cooling fan motor could be bad
Q:Does performance improve after timing belt/water pump change?
Here's my answer, not sure it is right, but right for me. After a certain time, I replace my timing belt. I may not always replace my water pump with my timing belt. Why, the water pump may go for another 100, 000 miles like it did in my last car. I don't see anything you did or replaced that relates to performance. I change things because the maintenance schedule calls for them to be changed. When I pull them off, sometimes they are good and sometimes not so good.
Q:I have a 1999 wv beetle, I need to change water pump, is there anybody can tell me how?
refer to the repair manual for a guide or visit a shop for help and pay, before you start breaking stuff.
Q:how to remove fan bolt in 1992 ford ranger v6 3.0, to get to water pump?
You take a wrench that will fit behind the fan, and knock with a hammer on the wrench to break the nut loose. You turn the nut to loosen it the same way the fan turns when the engine is running
Q:how to remove water pump?
Lock down the pulley so it may no longer turn. eliminate the three bolts by skill of turning them counter-clockwise. Use a six factor field wrech to cut back threat of rounding off the bolt head.
Q:How to replace a water pump on a 1996 mercury 200 hp?
Remove the lower unit. Place the lower unit in a stand if available. unbolt the waterpump housing and lift off and over the shaft. Place new water pump lower piece on lower unit. slide the new impeller down the shaft and line up with shaft key and slide into place. place water pump upper housing on shaft and slide down over impeller, turning shaft a bit to bend impeller blades. Bolt down housing, grease shaft splines and put lower unit back on. You may find it easier to change the lower unit oil while you have it off.
Q:Need a new water pump, should i get an electric?
Not sure where your shopping, but I could have sworn water pumps were more than that at least the ones I buy. And yes, I do not buy aftermarket parts since I do not like replacing the same part over over again every month!!!!!!! I would advise you if you do not want to replace the engine down the road for overheating, I would stick with factory water pump leave the electric pump idea alone!!!!! Last time I checked on those, they were more than $50.00 also.

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