boiling water pump L3D-30-240-H

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Product description:

Product: Boiling water pump

Model:L3D-30-240-H

Appilication:

high pressure as 24bar

for hot water over 400 degree

for boiling water which needs 24 bar

Product specification:

flow rate:0m3/ hour, 720m3/day.

Pressure: 1bar - 24 bar

pump diameter: 610mm

Pump installed on the ground, outlet size:6"

with AC motor, motor power:22kW, 380V , 3 phase

but only need motor power:22kW(while Grundfos pump needs at least 45kW  power, our pump can save more than 50%  power,save USD20532 per year for electricity fee.

Material:

Pump inside: stainless steel and wearable nylon,it enables our solar pump to have 10 years sevice life and undertake 400 degree high temperature.

Motor : AC motor, 380V , three phase , 50Hz. The pump also can connect with solar power.

Certification:

3 International patent

ISO9001

CE


Warranty:2 years




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Q:what are the Specification of Boiler?
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Q:is it true in a hot water system the thermostat controls the hot water valve and the boiler?
Domestic hot water or heating hot water? For a domestic system, the thermostat typically reads the tank or loop temperature and fires the gas accordingly to maintain a given temperature - this is as it relates either to a domestic water loop in a central heating boiler or for an indirect storage tank. For a central heating boiler, the thermostat typically operates the circulator and allows the system to call for heat. Various limit-switches on the boiler itself operate the gas-valve. Note that as long as the thermostat calls for heat, the circulator will operate whether or not there is flame. There are no hot water valves involved - unless you mean zone-valves. Those are individually controlled by a dedicated thermostat. In that case, when the thermostat calls for heat, the zone valve opens, the circulator starts and the flame is controlled by the limit-switches as-needed.
Q:Can a leaking cast iron section of a steam boiler be repaired?
Cast Iron Boiler Repair
Q:Boiler low temperature superheater and high temperature superheater difference, what role
The biggest difference between the low temperature superheater is the location of different, high temperature superheater located in the furnace outlet, low temperature superheater located in the level of flue.
Q:What is the meaning of moderate temperature "?
With the rapid development of the power industry, power station thermocouple dedicated thermocouple, thermal resistance of the increasing demand.
Q:Want to know the practice of the boiler room vent wells
4.1.3 When the boiler room and other buildings connected or set in its internal, is strictly prohibited in the personnel-intensive places and important departments of the next layer, the next layer, adjacent location and the main channel, both sides of the mouth, and should
Q:How do I adjust the system pressure gauge on my boiler?
Get someone to give you instructions before you do anything to that boiler. Above all do not 'adjust' anything unless you know what you are doing. They try to 'idiot proof' them, but a mishandled steam boiler is a bomb. Information and user instructions can be found here: www.worcester-bosch.co.uk/homeowner/pr...
Q:When operating the boiler, what is called "water."
For large water capacity, and the water pipe is higher than the boiler maximum fire boundary of the boiler, "water can be used" to determine the severity of water shortage in order to take appropriate measures.
Q:If water level goes down below the burner of a running boiler is there any chance to blast it.?
Boilers have a balance between the heat supplied to them from the burner(s) and the heat removed by the steam. The temperature of the burning fuel is usually much hotter than the melting point of the boiler material, usually steel. But the steaming water actually cools the boiler steel, keeping its temperature just above the temperature of the boiler's steam/water mixture. So if you lose the water, you can damage the boiler. I have actually seen the results of this happening. Due to a malfunctioning water control system, this boiler did not get enough water and the boiler's tubes actually melted because the burners did not stop like they were supposed to. Not pretty.
Q:Can Boilers Blow Up In Flames (10 Points)?
Certainly boilers can blow up if the pressure is too high. But not in flames, which I assume means like a gasoline vapor explosion. I'm assuming this is a water/steam boiler. .

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