CHL/CHLFK Designed Horizontal Centrifugal Multistage Pump

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1. Description for CHL/CHLFK Designed Horizontal Multistage Centrifugal Pumps:

  1>Horizontal multistage design with stainless steel stamping welding impeller and diffuser,three different type of choice.

  2>Single phase motor up to 2.2kw,Class F and IP55 motor is standard.

  3>Standard supply for liquid temperature up to 70 degree centigrade,high temperature pump are available on request.


2. Application for CHL/CHLFK Designed Horizontal Multistage Centrifugal Pumps:

  1>cooling water system


  3>domestic water supply

  4>general industrial services


  6>enviroment protection


3. Performance range of CHL/CHLFK Designed Horizontal Multistage Centrifugal Pumps:

  capacity: Q up to 32m3/h

  head H up to 110 degree centigrade

  speed: n 2900rpm or 3500rpm

  power: P up to 55kw *2


4. Standard material for CHL/CHLFK Designed Horizontal Multistage Centrifugal Pumps:

  All the parts contact with liquid made of 304 stainless steel on request.The pump head and suction & discharge can be  made of cast iron on request too.


5. RFQ

1Can your pumps mount Eff.1 motors

Currently, only on request though this will shortly be a CNBM standard.

2> Are your pumps protected against dry running?

No, unprotected centrifugal pumps are not generally designed for dry running. It is important to give us or your dealer as much information as possible about the system in which the pump is used. Inlet pressure, the type of liquid to be pumped, together with relative density, viscosity and temperature, for example, are required in order to allow CNBM to recommend the right pump with the right gaskets for a long operating lifetime.

3> How can I get trained on CNBM products?

Yes, we provide training courses in our factory (products, general and specific pump technology, hydraulics, and practical applications). Please consult your sales manager or get in touch with our headquarters for more information.

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Q:Do you have to replace the water pump when you replace the timing belt on a 2004 Chevy Aveo LS?
He is saying that, because the water pump is driven by the timing belt and you SHOULD replace it while you are in there. Why pay twice down the road? Sure the belt can be done without doing the pump, the fact that he said the pump will break when doing a belt is complete bullsh*t though. There is no need to do anything to the pump when changing the belt other than taking the belt off the pulley. That's it. Generally, I just add maybe .5 hrs to the labor for the belt when doing the pump also, DOUBLE doesn't make any sense whatsoever. Unless he is worried about pump BOLTS snapping from CORROSION (that may be it) when removing the actual water pump, that is the only thing that can possibly justify doubling the labor, they may be in water jackets in the block. He should, however, make you aware that that is a possibility and not automatically assume that will happen and charge you for it. Depends, if they are careful with the removal, it should just add another 20-30 minutes to the timing belt job. Either way if you turn down the pump and they are telling you it will still break(?), go somewhere else. I work on cars everyday and would never charge someone an additional 300 dollars off the bat assuming the bolts will break. There are tricks to prevent that as well (penetrating fluid/PB Blaster). Generally if that does happen, one maybe two bolts would break tops and that still doesn't justify the additional labor... Hope that helps....
Q:Water pump and pully?
No! The belt is squeaky because It needs to be replaced! And you're water pump is its own separate problem!
Q:Can a power steering pump damage water pump?
If the power steering pump was dragging, you probably lost the belt, so the water pump was not working and the engine overheated. Water pump is probably OK. Replace the belt and fix or replace the power steering pump.
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 are the signs of a bad water pump ?
Some water pumps have weeping holes, if water is coming out of those then it is definitely your problem.
Q:Car water pump question?
It doesn't hurt. You just need it on one side. It is best to put it on the water pump and let it dry a bit then put the gasket on. The silicone will hold the gasket in place so you can put the water pump on a little easier.
Q:Question on water pump?
I do not know the kind of pump you are referring to. I will give my personal expertise. If it is a pump taking water from a tank, the piping might be loose, the knocking may be corrected with some air ventilation pipe. If it is pumping from a water tank: I suggest you look at a submersible pump capable of supplying water to 3rd floor. This kind of pump is less noisy. The noise at start, is the electric starter, and the noise at the end is when water returns and seals the stop valve. Also some air may be in the pipe, you need to purge the pump, as often as needed, try this first, and then the others. Good luck
Q:Rover 75: When replacing head gasket should you replace the wet liners and water pump?
It seems excessive to have to remove the engine to replace a head gasket. But I typically work on American cars, and I've seen the inside of an Altima, it is quite cramped. If I were you, I'd search google for replace head gasket procedure nissan altima and see what it comes back with.
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Q:How much to replace a water pump on 2006 Mitsubishi Raider?
Have you asked the dealer to send you the part at least? Call Mitsubishi and ask it that would be possible, you never know. You could send in the old pump and possibly get compensation. Keep your bills. Discuss it with them. Your dealer should provide you with the area Mitsubishi representatives contact information. The prices for those can be expensive. Ask the dealer, service dept, for the labour, how many hrs. to change the pump. They should tell you. Also for the cost of the pump. Add the two together and you have your ans. Join CAA, or AAA, get a gold card, wait two days for the card's towing to take effect, then have it towed in on the card. Done all the time. Or if you have a relative with a Gold card they can have it towed in as long as they are with the car with their card when the tow truck comes.

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