Wear Resistant Metal Lined Slurry Pump For Mining

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China Manufacturer 
Abrasion & corrosion resistant 
AH,HH,M,G series 
Design and select pump for projects 
Different pump parts 

Slurry Pump For Mining

 

Slurry Pump For Mining Feature: 

                                                                   

1) Cantilevered, horizontal, centrifugal, single stage

2) Widely application: the slurry pumps are designed for handling abrasive, high density slurries in the metallurgical, mining, coal, power, building material and other industrial departments.                        

3) Long bearing life: The bearing assembly is with large diameter shaft and short overhang.

4) Wear resistant and anti-abrasion wet parts: The wet parts can be made of hard metal (26-28% Chrome alloy) or different rubber. They are completely interchangeable with AH series pumps. More materials are also available.

5) Easily replaceable liners: Liners are bolted to the casing.

6) Simple maintenance throat-bush: the mating face of the throat bush is tapered, so the wear is reduced and removal is simple.

7) Easy adjustment of impeller: An impeller adjustment mechanism is provided below the bearing housing.

8) High efficiency and high head design are also available.

9) Centrifugal seal, mechanical seal and packing seal are available.

10) Welcome OEM

11) ISO 9001-2008,CE


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Q:If you replace your water pump, once installed, can you ruin your engine if installed wrong?
Take it to a different Mechanic. Who diagnosed it in the first place? But yes a mis-installed water pump will do about as well as not having one, and they can be pretty important. If it was installed wrong then they are liable for the engine not you.
Q:Water pump part is stainless steel, which part is it?
An overcurrent unit is a part of a liquid that passes through a pump when it is in contact with the liquid. Such as pump body, pump cover, impeller, shaft, shaft sleeve, impeller mother, key and expansion tube, etc..
Q:What water pump do I have to buy to increase the water pressure of the shower?
American Standard has a shower head with a turbine in it. Get that. its made for low flow applications.
Q:Alternator belt and water pump leakage relations?
Depends. On older vehicles they used multiple drive belts for the different components (my '88 Caprice had 3 belts), but most newer vehicles only use 1 belt called a serpentine belt which drives multiple components (my '00 Dodge Ram 1500) If you lose your serpentine belt it will set the battery light as the alternator is not outputting the correct system voltage, and since the same belt drives the water pump then yes the car will overheat. It's dangerous to keep driving like that, most newer cars have aluminum heads which will warp when they get tooooo hot = expensive repair
Q:What is the difference between self-priming and non self suction?
Non self suction is the ordinary water pump for the water inlet pipe, but the flow of water is small,Self suction for the water inlet no water (that is, 4, 5 floor water, no water on the 6 floor), it uses the principle of negative pressure to suck up the water
Q:Blown Head Gasket or just a water pump?
sounds like both? the weep hole is a sign the bushing on water pump shaft is wore out so a new pump or a rebuils is necessary. the foam in oil is worrisome!!head gasket first !hopefully not a ring or piston problem? if you have an extremely high mileage van and can do so? dump it!!get another, cheaper in the long run?
Q:water pump proablems?
Faucet to pump. It will relieve the pressure in the lines.
Q:water pump kicking on all the time!?
The problem is your water system is not holding pressure properly. A couple of simple things to check are the *pressure switch. This switch monitors line pressure and turns pump on and off (ex: 20/40=pump on at 20PSI off at 40 PSI). Most older systems have this along with a pressure gauge screwed into top of pump. simply turn on water while someone monitors gauge. If it reads 20 and pump starts then reads 40 and pump shuts off it is not switch. If readings are way off change switch. *if you have a bladder tank, check the pressure in it (you can tell if it has a valve stem on top just like your car tires). There is us usualy a chart on top of the tank giving recomended pressure. Use a tire gauge to check pressure, if low put some air in it. If this does not work go talk to your local hardware or someone in the plumbing trade for better suggestions.
Q:What needs to be replaced with a water pump?
Usually water pumps just go, and you can't drive the car until it is replaced. They leak horribly before too long. Just keep putting water in it, but it will leak out as fast as you put it in there. A mechanic removes the water pump and puts a new one on. Nothing else has to be replaced. Go to the mechanic who said only the pump needs to be replaced. He sounds correct - although I am sure a 2002 car may need a couple of other things done to it.
Q:Do I need a new water pump for my Accord?
since you have aluminum heads im betting your head gaskets are blown if it got into the red. Those 4 bangers dont stand up to the heat well.

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