Air Operated Double Diaphragm Pump With High Quality

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Item: Diaphragm Pump Material: Cast Iron ;Stainless Steel Original: China
Exporting countries: Ameircan,Japan,Australian etc Power: Pneumatic Application: Customer Required

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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.
6. The pump can suck various wedge water, cement slurry and mortar etc.
7. The pump can suck various strong acid, alkali and corrosive liquid etc.
8. It can be used as a front-step tranmission device of the solid and liquid separation equipment.


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Anytime I replace a water pump, intake gasket, or anything else where the coolant needs removal, I always suggest to my customers that we change the thermostat as well. Many times I just change it anyway. I tell the customers, but really don't offer an option! (of course if they say don't I will honor that, but no one has ever said that!) It is possible that during a flush some trash/scale got into the thermostat causing improper operation. With the thermostat removed, there is no restriction in the cooling system making flushing easier and more thorough. Now to answer your question, It is my opinion he SHOULD HAVE. That is not only an up-sell (even though I hate creating extra work) it is just an added value to the customer. He should also check belts and hoses, changing them (via customer approval) if needed. As a mechanic, the last thing I want is a comeback such as yours was because I at the very least didn't suggest a proper service!
Q:Is it economical to use a water pump with pressure switch but without using a pressure tank?
Never use a water well pump system without a pressure tank. The tank performs several functions - when it is in good operating condition. You want a specific amount of run time and off time on the submersible pump that will bring your water system and tank to a set pressure range. And as said, it is a buffer to eliminate surging. Plus permit a proper cycle time. Most standard water systems are set in a 20 pound differential. It is frequently set to pump at 30 PSI and shut off at 50 PSI or pump at 40 PSI and off at 60 PSI. 30 PSI is quite a low setting on the pressure switch Defective pressure tanks are very common and when they go bad, the risk of damage to the pump is at hand. There are very specific criteria to follow for a water well system. Too many variables to list here It would be best to have a reputable water well service person assist you. Pulling a defective submersible pump is not fun or inexpensive. Make a call - you will be glad you did in the long term.
Q:how do i tell if my 1966 9.5 spotwin motors water pump is bad and how much water should come out when correct?
take it in.
Q:Electrical design into!!! Is the water pump lamp waterproof?
No specific requirements are available
Q:How is water pumped out of the ground?
(1) Identify your potential water source through various methods. (2) Drill a small exploratory hole to different depths, test water pressure and water quality. (3) Drill the complete borehole for production and retrieval of the groundwater. (4) Complete the physical well, will a sheath to allow in the water at the wanted levels, solid pluge to keep other levels out. (5) Insert a chemical and physical filter system (small screen membranes, activate charcoal and diatomaceous earth, etc.) (6) Put in the submersible pump and plug it in. (7) The pump is made up of a motor, an intake and a centrifugal pump. It's all sealed so no water can penetrate through. The water is suctioned into the centrifugal pump, which is an impeller type device. The water is then pushed out at a much higher pressure rate than it came in. This is how the pump works from the bottom instead of above ground. The water is sent to the pressure tank, sometimes referred to as a holding tank, and is kept at a constant pressure, so when you turn on your faucet or shower, the water comes out quickly. As you use the water, more water is pumped into the tank and as the pressure drops in the tank, it will automatically come on and pressurize again.
Q:How do you check the water pump on force 85 outboard.?
if its hooked up on the hose, and it doesnt piss, you replace the pump like you should of already done as part of routine maintence. and since you are behind on maintaining that, you are probably behind on everything else too..... the yamaha guy, if your hose only has 5 psi of water pressure instead of the usual 30-40 psi, that is still 5 psi more then the lake has. running on a hose makes it easier for the pump to move water through the engine. even if your impeller has totally broken into pieces, the hose will still push water through your engine all by itself.
Q:Do pond water pumps make noise?
majority of the pond pumps you get to day are extreamly quiet and wont bother the fish or you at all
Q:why is a water pump losing pressure?
If the motor sounds louder than normal. Youll need to check the impeller in the pump. Make sure the shaft seal on the pump is not leaking. You either have a leak, restriction in the system or a bad impeller or failing pump motor.

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