Vertical Axial/Mixed Flow Propeller Pump

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Vertical Axial/Mixed Flow Propeller Pump Introduction

QZ series axial-flow pumps are modern products successfully designed through adopting foreign modern technology. The new pumps’ capacity are 20% larger than the old ones. The efficiency is 3%-5% higher than the old ones. QZ series pump with adjustable impellers has the advantages of large capacity, broad head, high efficiency, wide application and so on. Pump station is small in scale, the construction is simple and the investment is greatly decreased. This can save 30%-40% for the building cost. It is easy to install,maintain and repair this kind of pump. Low noise,long life.

Vertical Axial/Mixed Flow Propeller Pump Parameter

QZ series axial-flow pump is applicable for water supply in cities, diversion works, sewage drainage system, sewage disposal project.

Propeller Pump Technical Data:

Flow rate: up to 20 m³/h

Head: up to 20 m

Speed: max  rpm

Temperature: max  °C

Casing pressure: up to MPa

Shaft seal: mechanical sealing

Material: nodular iron, stainless steel, duplex

 

Vertical Axial/Mixed Flow Propeller Pump Structure

 

 

NO.

Name

Material

NO.

Name

Material

1

Terminal Cover

FC250

10

Gland Cover

  FC250

2

Gland Cover

  FC250

11

Upper Mech Seal

Graphite/Sic

3

Leakage Alarm

Standar

12

Electrode Probe

standar

4

Bearing

Heavy duty

13

Down Mech Seal

Sic/Sic

5

Heat Protector

  standar

14

Guide Vane

FC250

6

Stator

  FC250

15

Propeller

SUS304

7

Rotor

  SUS420

16

Casing

FC250

8

Bearing

  Heavy duty

17

Suction Horn

FC250

9

Leakage Alarm

  Standard

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Q:HOUSE WATER PUMP COMES ON EVERY 10 SEC WHEN WATER IS ON?
Most likely the check-valve is failing to stop flow back to the well. Replace the check valve. It's the metal cylinder just between the pump and the water pipe coming to it from the well.
Q:97 Dodge Stratus Timing belt & Water pump?
yes its probably worth fixing ,you shouldn't have no engine damage to it because that one doesn't run an interference engine ,all that should have to be done is new pulleys and a water pump,and new timing belt kit put on it,all of this will cost around 3-400 bucks though for everything,but its probably worth repairing,you cant buy a good car for 400 bucks,and if it ran well before then it should be alright once you get it repaired,good luck with it i own on of those and their good cars.
Q:johnson 60 horse outboard, water pump ?
I think that when you put the lower unit back on you may have not gotten the water tube in properly so it is not pumping any water up to the power head.When you replaced your Impeller did you check to be sure there were no pieces of the old Impeller stuck in the housing anywhere?If you have done these things and it still does not pump water then you probably have a stuck thermostat and need to replace it.Hope this helps you and good luck.
Q:Has any one done this job (water pump) on lexus 2002 RX300?
You can just jack up the motor from the oil pan with a floor jack with a piece of wood instead of removing the studs, just needs to go up a inch to get the bracket and water pump off.
Q:how many water pumps are in a volvo penta?
So far the only other answer is dead wrong. Your Bayliner has a raw water pump mounted inside the boat. Depending on HP it might be on the front of the crankshaft, or opposite the alternator on the AQ120-140 motors. Then there is a second water pump, which circulates the water through the block. There is no 3rd water pump. None of the Volvo engines have a water pump in the stern drive. I repeat none! The Raw water pump is a rubber impeller. The Thermostat can also be blocked and cause overheating. In some cases it's actually rust/crud that block the exhaust elbows which in turn blocks flow. If you run it on a flush attachment you might be able to check blockages by the amount of water exhausted from the transom/drive. You can edit your question with your specific engine. It takes 7 to 10 min to replace the water pump impeller. You do not have to prime the water pump....ever. Do not however run with out water. Either being in the lake,Bay. ocean, or using the correct flush attachment.
Q:What is the relationship between pump power, lift and flow?
N= QH/1000 gamma ETA gamma, severe liquid, cattle - ETA / m3; efficiency; N- kW; H- head, power meters;Q- volume flow per cubic meter / sec.
Q:2006 chevy impala water pump?
Since your car is out of factory warranty, I would check the web for recall notices for that model. Just type 06 Impala recall in google and it will come up. If no recall I would call around to local auto shops and get an estimate. That engine is in a bunch of GM vehicle and the part should be easy to obtain, especially for a hometown shop. The labor should not exceed 4 hours max and @$75 an hour max labor should be no more than $300. This is a HIGH estimation. The pump should be no than $125. The dealer will overcharge because thay can. I would not drive it but to the mechanic because you could do alot of damage. Head gasket could go. Radiator could be damaged. Engine could seize depending on how hot you get it and for how long.
Q:Does the IP55 indicate the lift on the water pump nameplate?
IP55 represents the waterproof and dustproof rating of the motor
Q:Need a new water pump, should i get an electric?
Get.the.normal hose then think bout what you need to do
Q:High temperature water pump to boost pressure?
Well, you have to have a mixer valve if your temps are over 140F If I understand you correctly, you could put your mixer valve on the gravity fed hot water and then the output of the mixer valve goes to the inlet of a pump that can handle 140F. Then you don't need a mixer on the hot water tank in the house. And finding a pump that can handle that temp will be a lot easier. Also, storing high temp water is very inefficient. The higher the delta Temp is from the water to the ambient surroundings, then the lower the efficiency. You could save just as much energy in the water by increasing your water tank size and lowering your temp. For instance a 100 gallons of water close to boiling has the same stored energy as 150 gallons of 140F water. And you don't need a mixer at that point and you don't need a special pump either. I'm assuming you are using storage on the roof with a thermosyphon? Can you add more water storage next to that one?

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