Air Diaphragm Pump Water Pump For Food Industry

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Item: Air Diaphragm Pump Water Pump For Food Industry Material: Cast Iron ;Stainless Steel Power: Pneumatic
Exporting countries: Ameircan,Japan,Australian etc Application: Customer Required

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Air Diaphragm Pump Water Pump For Food Industry



Features:

QBK Pneumatic Diaphragm Pumps also called Air Operated Double Diaphragm Pumps (AODD Pump) are rugged and durable self-priming, double diaphragm pumps, can handle any products that pours, from clean water to highly viscous, abrasive and chemically materials.

 

♦ Simple structure, easy to use and maintenance, less wearing parts. It can be working under liquid and running dry as well.

 

♦Suction up to 5m, max discharge pressure is 7bar, max grain diameter is 10mm, max liquid viscosity is 10,000C.s.t.

 

♦ Material: PP, Aluminum, Cast Iron, Stainless Steel. Diaphragm material: NBR, Viton, Teflon, FEP etc.

 

♦ Flow rate can be controlled from zero to max flow by increasing or decreasing air pressure.

 

 

 Specification:

Model

Diameter

(mm)

Max Flow

(L/min)

Suction

(m)

Max Discharge Pressure (Bar)

Max Grain Dia (mm)

Max Air Consumption (L/min)

QBK-8

8

16

5

6.9

1

300

QBK-10/15

10/15

20

5

6.9

1

300

QBK-25

25

100

5

6.9

2.5

600

QBK-40

40

140

5

6.9

4.5

600

QBK-50

50

240

5

6.9

8

900

QBK-65

65

280

5

6.9

8

900

QBK-80

80

400

5

6.9

10

1500

QBK-100

100

480

5

6.9

10

1500

 

APPLICATION:

 

1.The pump can suck the peanut, pickles, tomato slurry, red sausage, chocolate, hops and syrup etc.
2. The pump can suck the paint, pigment, glue and adhesive etc.
3. The pump can suck various glazed slurries of tile, porcelain, brick and chinaware etc.
4. The pump can suck various grinding materials, corrosive agent and clean the oil dirt etc.
5. The pump can suck various toxin and flammable or volatility liquid etc.




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Q:Automatic water pump!!?
WHAT does it is disrupt always really MEAN?? OK, that said... pumps such as this work to maintain a pressure with two set points even though the regulator only has one indicated.. The lower set point which as pressure drops, the pump turns on, and the upper set point where when the pressure rises to that point, the pump shuts off. When the pressure drops to the lower set point, it triggers the pump to run. When the pressure rises to the upper set point, the pump turns off. If the set point is 50 pounds, it may turn on at 47 and off at 53, or the window could be smaller and on at 49 and off at 51. The air bladder works as a shock absorber, just as the shocks work in your car to smooth the ride. When the pump turns ON there is a pressure pulse that without the air space, would promptly turn the pump off again. This is called short cycling and will cause your pump to on-off-on-off-on-off rapidly. The solution is to refill the air bladder. People with well pumps instead of city water have this problem frequently as the air bladder loses the bubble and does not work as a spring or shock absorber. I have city water NOW, but I used to use a well (which is still operational if I choose to use it) and I experienced pump short cycling the very first year I bought the house. The thing IS, I was ignorant. I missed the thing about a well and a septic tank that also uses a pump to an above ground drain field. YES. I was STUPID because I had NOT paid attention. NOW, years later, I have learned, the HARD way mind you, how these sanitary systems WORK in real life in RURAL America....
Q:What are the conditions for the series and parallel connection of the pumps?
1, pump series, the two pumps must start and stop at the same time in order to normal operation.2 when the pump is connected in parallel, the two pumps must be equipped with check valve at the same time to operate normally.3, of course, in the election of the pump, should meet the requirements of upstairs said.
Q:When should I replace oil pump and water pump
You should not replace them if they are still working. These items can work for ever or stop working as soon as they are installed.
Q:radiator problems.....or a broken water pump?
Codes won't tell you anything and there's no such thing as a thermostat fuse. this can be several things, but it's not likely the water pump. what fails on a water pump is the bearings, a failure that would cause this type of problem would be a frozen water pump and if that were the case, the belt would squeal like crazy and break, as it move but the w/p didn't. a bad w/p will drip coolant from the bottom just back of the pulley, there is a hole there that leaks when the bearings are bad,, but that won't cause a overheat. If the coolant is low, top it off, with the car cold into the rad and the overflow bottle. Change the thermostat, it could be frozen shut, but it is unlikely. if you rad is that shot, you could change it, but the most common cause of this sort of problem is a warped head and/or a blown head gasket. A mechanic can check for this, but take it ot one you trust, as this is about a 1,500 dollar job either way, you have to pull the head to fix it. Running it with low coolant, unfortunately can cause this. if it's not this than the rad is plugged up, but if it just started happening, and it temp gauge maxes out all of a sudden with a full coolant tank, it is likely the head gasket/head. It can also be a cracked block. Sorry to be the one to give you the news..
Q:What does a fish tank/pond water pump do?
Yup yur absolutley correct. It aerates the water, and circulates the water to prevent surface algae that can cloud your water and make it unsightly. A water pump is definitley a nesesity when it comes to artificial koi ponds. Hope this helps!
Q:The water well pump is surging water pressure is dropping and keeps tripping the breaker?
So you have been fighting with this for a year? And you haven't been able to fix it? And you want to keep trying rather than hire an expert? Well, you are stubborn I have to admit that. Hire a well guy. In 10 minutes he will tell you what the problem is and what it will cost to fix it.
Q:Electrical design into!!! Is the water pump lamp waterproof?
No specific requirements are available
Q:Is there a diagram that shows which bolts go where on a 2001 dodge dakota 3.9L V6 engine for the water pump?
check for leaks in the system, the water pump may show signs of leaks or perhap even make a noise, flush out the radiator, it may be stopped up preventing good circulation, make sure thermostat is installed properly, if there is no signs of leaking,or no noise such a a bad bearing, or water pump not loose when you try to shake it, most likely I would change out the heater core.. and also replace the radiator cap so the system is properly pressurized.
Q:2004 Grande Am water pump?
better make sure it,s not the belt squealing and not the pump. usually when a water pump goes out they will leak. i would be checking the belt first.
Q:Maximum pressure of the water pump?
20 storey's, let's say 200 feet. 200 x 0.433 = 86.6 psi. at ground level and about 0psi at the top. The pump, in order to deliver water to the top would need a pressure in excess of 87 psi but, the volume of pumped water would need to be high enough to cope with a number of people using it at the same time as this will starve the upper storeys if insufficient. Generally, a tall building will have booster pump stations on other floors up the building to ensure adequate supply.

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