Vertical Submersible Axial Mixed Flow Pump with Low Price

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 Vertical Submersible Axial Mixed Flow Pump with Low Price

1) Features:                A) Vertical structure
                                                   B) Fitted with vertical motor
                                                   C) Long shaft
                                                   D) High efficiency

                                                                    E) Good vapor erosion resistance

2) Applications:
                                                                     A) Hydraulic projects
                                                     B) Farm-land irrigation
                                                     C) Industrial water transportation
                                                     D) Water supply and drainage
                                                     E) Water allocation engineering

3) Technical data:
                                                      A) Flow: 83 - 48, 888m3/h
                                                      B) Head: 1 - 30.6m
                                                     C) Medium temperature: 50oC
                                                     D) Operation pressure: 2.5Mpa
                                                     E) Diameter: 350 - 1, 800mm
                                                     F) Power: 4 - 20, 00kW
                                                    G) Voltage: 355kW, 6kV, 10kV


4)Material Standard:

                                                                   A)Casing: cast iron 

                                                                   B)Impeller:cast iron/ Carbon steel/stainless steel

                                                                  C)Shaft: Carbon/Cr-steel


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Q:Water pump leaking but not dripping anything. how important?
Just keep an eye on your fluid level. But if you are planning any long trips i'd get it taken care of
Q:i have a coolant leak near water pump,not sure where it is coming from?
water pumps can leak at different times, i had one that would not leak hot, while running, under pressure, but once it was completely cold it would start to drip, look for a small weep hole , there's a good chance this is wear it is leaking
Q:1976 chevy c10 pickup truck inline 6 water pump direction?
IIRC it's just like the v8 chevys. Bottom rad hose is out of rad, into pump. Top rad. hose is out of engine, into rad.
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:1997 Civic-Timing belt/Water Pump?
Since the water-pump must be removed to gain access to the timing belt it's a generally approved practice to replace it when the belt is replaced. In your case I wouldn't worry one bit if you've kept your cooling system serviced regularly. Water-pumps are quick and easy to replace at any time. If it would make you rest any easier, replace the pump the next time you change the timing belt.
Q:Could an undiagnosed leaking water pump cause the early demise of my radiator?
Completely unrelated issues. Radiators usually fail because of these reasons. Corrosion. Physical damage. Something like a stone getting thrown from another vehicle and hitting the radiator. Blockage. Deposits build in a radiator that must be routinely flushed. If neglected this can block the passages. Most antifreeze should be replaced every 3 years or 36,000 miles. You generally flush the cooling system at this time. Neglect this maintenance and your radiator can fail. There is nothing that a water pump can do to cause a radiator to fail on most engines. About the only way I could damage the radiator is on a rear wheel drive vehicle where the cooling fan is connected to the water pump, and a bearing fails, the cooling fan can come into physical contact with the radiator. You would hear this making noise. However, your car has an electric fan so this can't happen to your car.
Q:Is the pump lift horizontal or vertical?
A vertical, vertical lift is one meter (see environment), usually 5~10 times the horizontal distance
Q:does aquarium pump go in water?
It depends on what pump you have. If it is an air pump, no, it does not go in the water. If it is a submersible water pump, yes it does go in the water. Powerheads are one type of submersible water pumps. If it is an external or in-line water pump, no it does not go in the water. Most hang on back filters the pump does not go in the water, but Aqueon is one where it is designed to have the pump in the water. So, what pump/filter do you have?
Q:Already changed water pump and still leaking???
<Need a little more info. First, you say classic signs. Does that mean the leak was seen coming directly from the water pump? Through the hub or around the edges? When you replaced the pump, did you THOROUGHLY remove the old gasket and clean the pump seat completely? Use a new gasket? Is it leaking in the exact same way? Those are the main points for stopping a water pump leak. Otherwise, it might be hoses, a crack in the pump seat, a leaking head gasket or thermostat housing gasket. But, if you're sure it was the pump itself, take it back off, re-clean the seat and try a new gasket.
Q:changing the water pump in my car?
The water pump on that vehicle is a ob-centric style that you rotate to create belt tension. This is a bit tricky and some people have broken the pump trying to tighten the belt so be careful. Look at the replacement pump carefully before you attempt to change it, this will give you clues as to how it works.

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