Vertical Mix-flow Turbine Pump(API610 VS6)

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$6,000.00 - 60,000.00 / set
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Shanghai
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1 set
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1000 set/month

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1. Description

Vertical mixed-flow Turbine Pump for high capacity

VTM Series is a sigle stage pump with mixed-flow semi-open or enclosed type impeller

Hydraulic design of the pump bowl assembly

Wide range of hydraulic conditions to meet virtually every pumping service with optimum efficiency

Designed for high high capacity, medium to high head services


2. Application

Cooling water

Seawater and raw water intake

Industrial process pumps

Utility circulating water

Condenser circulating water pumps

Ash sluice

Fire-fighting


3. Technical Data

Capacities to 40000m3/h (180,000GPM)

Heads to 60m (200ft)


4. Pump Structure

Vertical Mix-flow Turbine Pump(API610 VS6)

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.

4       Can your pumps mount Eff.1 motors

Currently, only on request though this will shortly be a CNBM standard.



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If you don't already know how to do it, then take it to a shop to have it done by the professionals. If you insist on trying it yourself, buy a Chilton's manual for your car, do some online research (with pictures), and buckle down. You will need to loosen the belts, remove the belts, remove the water pump, replace it, and reinstall everything. You will need to make sure that the belt is routed the correct way, or BOOM! You might also want to replace the timing belt while you're in there. It makes sense to replace it if you already are removing it, and the timing belt is something you can't afford to have go bad on you.
Q:Submersible water pump in aquarium?
well it depends, do you have any small fish? and how is the water cycled in the pump? it needs to be protected so that fish dnt obviously get sucked. before you add it in tho need it submerged in a bucket of water and add several teaspoons of salt; that will kill all the bacteria that may have grown on and inside the pump. leave it in there for minimum 24 hours (just to be sure).
Q:Is it really necessary to replace the water pump with the timing belt?
It is remarkably frustrating to pay for timing belt replacement then to have to pay for timing belt replacement plus water pump. If the cooling system has only had the proper Honda coolant and distilled water (or premix) replaced on schedule the odds are with you; if not... not. I learned the hard way that conventional green coolant attacks the water pump seal (first source). Really, it is your choice. However, be aware that water pump seizure is not all that uncommon. A friend of the family had a Ford that had a seized water pump when it was 4 years old - the car was out of warranty but still had a year of payments to go. It was a 90-something Escort with an interference engine and she had to replace the engine because the fragments of the valve seats ruined the pistons and cylinder walls. When I was active in Volvo forums a member had a water pump seize a few months after the timing belt was changed and it did $6000 damage. Your choice, but I always change the pump.
Q:Water Pump Doesn't Hold Presssure?
Do you have an air tank hooked to the pump? That is what usually holds pressure while the pump is off. It may have a leak in the bladder.
Q:Water pumps leaking on a Chevy Express Van?
If it really is the water pump, then the coolant is seeping out of the weep hole at the bottom of the pump. Leakage from this location indicates that the seal around the shaft is worn. Eventually (no more than a few days), the leak will degrade to the point that the pump must be replaced. I personally don't use stop-leak in any system in our cars - I prefer to fix the leak and be done with it! For now, keep a close eye on that leak - and your temperature gauge.
Q:Is my water pump failing?
Not it's because you have a cracked cylinder head. Does the exhaust spew out a lot of white smoke? Edit: Having a blown head gasket does not explain the missing coolant. If you had a misfire or the engine was struggling a little then yes the head gasket would explain that. If you've never seen white smoke from the exhaust or under the hood, then I would say it is because the fan is not working properly. The gurgling that you hear is the boiling water going from the radiator to the reservoir tank. It is probably overfilling the reservoir tank and evaporating as well.
Q:Physics behind this PVC Water Pump?
It isn't practical to give a detailed description here. This is a positive displacement pump. The pump chamber is sealed so that as the piston is moved up the volume within the chamber increases. Water is pushed into this chamber by the outside air pressure. If the pump is located too far above the water source then the air pressure is not sufficient and you will produce a vacuum inside but the water still will not flow. When the pump is pushed down the water flows out. Now the one way valves are critical. We don't want the water to flow back the way it came and we don't want the water that we have already pumped to flow back into the pump. So a one way valve on the inlet will permit water to flow into the pump but not out of it. And a one way valve on the outlet will permit water to flow OUT of the pump but not into it. So with each stroke you a) reduce the pressure in the pump. b) water is forced from the inlet, past its one way valve and then into the pump. c) the pump is pushed down increasing the pressure in the pump. d) water flows out of the pump through the other one way valve and on to the output.
Q:95 Mercury Villager ~ Water pump?
not water pump..its thermostate....why do u think pump?
Q:QDX is a submersible pump. What does "X" mean?
QDX is a submersible pump model, its specific meaning is:1.Q: submersible pump.2.D: single-phase power supply, three-phase electricity is not marked.3.X: pump, pump type is not marked.Complete submersible pump model will generally add rated flow, rated lift and motor power rating. For example: QDX40-8-1.5, meaning with single-phase 1.5KW motor, rated flow of 40 cubic meters / time, the rated lift of 8 meters under the pump submersible pump.According to the different relative position of pump and motor, submersible pump is divided into pump type and pump type. The pump submersible pump motor in the above, below, this structure greatly reduces the radial size of the pump, so much for submersible pump and small submersible pump operation. Submersible pump submersible pump on top of the pump in the following, it is divided into two types of internal and external type. The submersible pump carries the liquid through the annular flow passage around the motor, then cools the motor and then flows out of the pump outlet. Even though the pump is near the drain sump, there is no need to worry about the temperature rise of the motor, so the application is becoming wider and wider. External pump submersible pump directly from the pressurized water chamber after the impeller or diffuser outlet of discharged liquid, motor is cooled by liquid pumping. As the lower pump structure can work in a relatively shallow liquid, it is often used in submersible pumps for operating surfaces, especially the main structure of large caliber submersible pumps.
Q:How much should it cost for a water pump.?
those are hard to work on but not that hard to work on,id shop around i do those for around 350 bucks all the time,they are hard to put on,but there has to be a limit on how much the job is worth,that's almost what the car is worth,you can get it doe a lot cheaper than that,just by shopping around on prices,good luck with it.

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