Vertical Multi-Stage Centrifugal Water Pump

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  • Place of Origin: Shanghai, China (Mainland)

  • Model Number: DL

  • Theory: Centrifugal Pump

  • Structure: Multistage Pump

  • Usage: Water supply

  • Power: Electric

  • Standard or Nonstandard: Standard

  • Pressure: Low Pressure

  • Liquid: water below 85C

  • Certificate: ISO9001,ISO14001,OHSAS18001

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details:Wooden-case
Delivery Detail:30 days

 

Specifications
DL series vertical multi-stage centrifugal water pump
1. Diameter: 40 - 200mm
2. Flow: 6 - 300m3/h
3. Head: 24 - 280m


 

DL series vertical multi-stage centrifugal water pump.

 

1) Features:
a) Compact structure
b) High efficiency
c) Low noise


2) Applications:
a) Water supply for high building
b) Water supply for city town
c) Heat supply & warm circulation


3) Technical data:
a) Diameter: 40 - 200mm
b) Flow: 6 - 300m3/h
c) Head: 24 - 280m
d) Medium temperature: -20~120 oC
e) Operation pressure: ≤ 30bar

 

 

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The water cooling system for the engine (radiator, water pump, hoses, etc.) is completely separate from the air conditioning system. The water pump moves water from the radiator (where the water is cooled off) to the engine where the water travels through tubes in the block, picking up heat (cooling the block) and then returns to the radiator. A failing water pump would not cause burning antifreeze. It would cause overheating by not moving the water, or not moving it fast enough. The smell of antifreeze in the exhaust (a sweet smell) usually makes me think of a failed head gasket or a cracked block. The water is somehow getting into the combustion chambers from the tubes in the block. If the engine has been overheated it is not unusual for the head gasket to blow or for the block to be damaged. Take your car to a reputable mechanic - not a buddy who works on his own car in the back yard. Ask friends and family who they go to and what they have experienced. There are good, honest mechanics out there. Find one and have him check out the car. Pay him for his training and experience. It will be cheaper in the long run than going to the cheaper guy working in his driveway.
Q:Pump pumping small is what happened?
Water pump pumping is small because of insufficient water source or pump head is not enough. At the outlet stop to measure the pressure, if there is a certain pressure, that is, the flow is too small, if there is no pressure, that is not enough head, or both small.A pump is a machine that transports liquids or pumps liquids. It will be the prime mover of the mechanical energy or other external energy transfer to the liquid, the liquid energy increase, mainly used to transport liquids including water, oil, alkali liquid, emulsion, suspension emulsion and liquid metal, but also transport liquid, gas mixtures and liquids containing suspended solids. Pump performance parameters include flow, suction, lift, shaft power, water power, efficiency and so on.
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Q:Do I need a water pump?
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Q:Water pump help it buzzes when it pumps or something
If it's not pumping water then something is definitely wrong. It may be clogged, if it's buzzing. It could also be that the well is running dry, although this is EXTREMELY rare. If you think you're up to it, open the well head and yank that bad boy to the surface and check it out. This is a long and messy process, and usually best left to the professionals. But really, it's not that hard to replace a deep well pump. just clip the water line, replace with new clamps on the top of the new pump, connect and seal the wiring, and put a few cholorine tabs in the hole, to re-sanitize it after opening, and you're good to go. don't forget to turn off the breaker first HA HA!
Q:Timing Belt & Water Pump?
For the best answers, search on this site https://shorturl.im/ayg4o Replacing a water pump may or may not be correct, if it's not leaking or noisy then it is still serviceable. The issue is more of a preventative maintenance issue. It will likely fail, and when it does, you must remove all the parts involved with the timing belt job to access it, so you incur the labor cost twice. I recommend a water pump be done at the second Timing belt or around 120K miles, if not done sooner. also the tensioner pulley/s at that time as a safety practice, some engines use hydraulic tensioners that are prone to failure (early mitsu's). There is no way of saying how long the water pump will last, and when it does fail, it's usually an inconvenience.
Q:what do you need to do to remove water pump?
I believe if you are looking at the motor the water pump will be to your left on top of the motor and to the front. Drain the radiator. There is a big smooth pulley that turns the water pump loosen the 4 10mm bolts, remove the belt the remove the bolts. Under the pulley there will be 5 or 6 8mm bolts remove those, make sure a drain pan is under the pump because there will be some residual coolant in the motor. Scrape the old gasket off of the engine block then reverse the procedures to install the new pump. Make sure you torque the pump to the proper specs so that the pump housing does not distort. You can pick up a Chiltons manual for that car a local parts store that can walk you through this in greater detail with pictures. Good Luck
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