Vertical Multistage Booster Centrifugal Pump

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Vertical Multistage Booster Centrifugal Pump 

Introduction of Vertical Multistage Booster Centrifugal Pump 

Vertical multistage single suction Booster Pump.

Transportation clean water or other liquid with physical and chemical characters like clean water with temperature under 80°C.


Type and definition of Vertical Multistage Booster Centrifugal Pump 

65YQDL(DLR) 16×5

65-intake diameter(mm)

YQDL- Yongquan vertical multistage centrifugal pump

YQDLR-Yongquan vertical multistage hot water centrifugal pump

16-single stage lift(m) 

5-stage number



Specification of Vertical Multistage Booster Centrifugal Pump 

Capacity:  4.9-200m3/h

Head: 21.6-239m

Power: 1.5~160KW

Certificate: ISO9001

OEM: Acceptability

 


Feature of Vertical Multistage Booster Centrifugal Pump 

1. High efficiency, lower cost 

2. Compact structure, small volume 

3. Performance curve, operating a wide range. 

4. Smooth running, low noise, long service life 


Application of Vertical Multistage Booster Centrifugal Pump 

1. Booster Pump Suitable for  building fire water supply, transfer of cooling water circulation in air conditioning unit.

2. Application as sprayer equipped with beam nozzle that turning water into little drop irrigation for farm, garden, etc. 

3. It is suitable for building fire water supply, cooling water circulation in air conditioning unit.



FAQ

Q: Can your pumps mount Eff.1 motors

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

Q: Are your pumps protected against dry running?

A: No, unprotected centrifugal pumps are not generally designed for dry running. It is important to give us or your dealer as much information as possible about the system in which the pump is used. Inlet pressure, the type of liquid to be pumped, together with relative density, viscosity and temperature, for example, are required in order to allow CNBM to recommend the right pump with the right gaskets for a long operating lifetime.

Q: How can I get trained on CNBM products?

A: Yes, we provide training courses in our factory (products, general and specific pump technology, hydraulics, and practical applications). Please consult your sales manager or get in touch with our headquarters for more information.

Q: Are your pumps cheaper than those of your competitors?

A: CNBM aims to give its customers the highest standards of quality and service and delivery times, all at a reasonable price.

Q: Do you have self-priming pumps?

A: Yes, our product portfolio also includes two ranges of self-priming pumps: self-priming electric pumps and self-priming side channel pumps.


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Q:Does the pump accessories have a shelf life?
No, they don't have a shelf life before and after the sale,Before selling, it is infinitely long, and there is no expiration date after the sale
Q:RV FRESH WATER PUMPS?
I am not completely sure but i'll share my thoughts. I'm not certain but I think the water tank should have a seperate fill up. If your filling your fresh water tank and nothing is coming out of your faucet, my guess would be the water pump. Check and see if there is a reset button on your water pump switch. If not there should be a breaker for it located somewhere in the camper. But if you screw your water hose in to your camper and there is constant water pressure then there should be some water without having to use the water pump. If not then I'm stumped..
Q:if water pump is working should lower rad hose to thermostat be hot, it is cool and spongy!?
get your vehicle up to operating temps and runs your hand along the core of the radiator from top to bottom. If it's cold at the bottom and hot at the top, it's plugged... Also I see where you bleed the system, might wanna check it again... air pockets are stubborn... Last but not least, have a C.O. test performed at a local radiator/automotive shop... This will tell you if you have a blown head gasket
Q:engine doesnt pump water?
year, make and model. regardless of what it is, most likely answer is the impeller has failed completely because it was not serviced regularly as it should of been. if you were out motoring around and it stalled out before you noticed it, you overheated the engine and it probably needs work for it to run again, if its even repairable. outboard the impeller is located just on top of the lower unit. pretty simple to change, but the exact procedure varies depending on year, make and model. sterndrives can be very similiar and just as easy, or different and even easier. depends on year, make and model. inboards the impeller is belt driven. look for the part dirven by the engine belt(s) with two hoses attached, probably down low on one side.
Q:Water pump bearing noise?
I continue to be amazed at the poor advice offered on this site. Water pump bearings are sealed and therefore not able to be lubricated. Please do not add oil to your cooling system as you will contaminate your cooling system. While it is true that spraying WD-40 on the pulley will quiet the noise IF IT WAS A BELT NOISE!! And yes it will effect the other pullies since this vehicle most likely has a serpentine belt. If you can, pull the serpentine belt off and spin each pulley to determine which one is making the noise. If it cannot be detected this way, use a long screwdriver or other piece of long, thin metal and place it close to each pulley. this will tell you which one it is. If it is the water pump, or alternator, it will most likely be safe to wait for a couple of days to get it serviced. I would keep the Mustang in the garage and send her in the Jeep. Just don't wait much longer to get it serviced.
Q:show procedure remove water pump 1995 honda accord?
The water pump is located behind the timing belt, and one of the motor mounts also happens to be on the front cover. So you would need to support the engine, take the front engine mount off, take the timing cover off, remove the timing belt (good time to replace it, while you're in there), tensioners, pulleys, then remove the water pump. I'd replace the timing belt idler pulleys and tensioners as well. Installation is reverse of removal.
Q:Water pump is not Sheung reason
You should look at the suction port of the pump, there is no check valve, if there is water will not flow back to the pump bodyIf the pump is not water and not bad, the main reason is that the pump does not flush water, or suction pipe into the air
Q:Can anyone tell me how to run an electric water pump from a solar panel?
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Q:The diving pump in the aquarium stops and stops on the goldfish
The submersible pump has been on all the time.
Q:Do I need to replace my water pump?
If it is your water pump, just keep driving the car and you will soon know. The pump will lock up, you get towed in, then get to have the pump repaired. By what you said, my guess is the water pump needs replaced.

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