DG series boiler feed water pump

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Model DG boiler feed water pump is a horizontal multi-stage centrifugal pump and suitable for transporting pure water (with the contained particles content less than 1% and graininess less than 0.1mm) and other liquids of both physical and chemical natures similar to those of pure water.

DG model middle and low pressure boiler feed water pump is applicable to transport medium with temperature of not higher than 105℃, and is mainly used for small boiler water supply or transporting medium similar to hot water.
Performance range of middle and low pressure type
Flow: 3.75~185m³/h, Motor power: 4.0~400kW
Head: 69~684m, Inlet diameter: 40~150mm

DG model hypo-high-pressure boiler feed water pump is applicable to transport medium with temperature of not higher than 160℃ , and is also applicable for small boiler water supply
or transporting medium similar to hot water.

Performance range of hypo-high-pressure boiler feed water pump
Flow: 15~300m³/h,Motor power: 75~1250kW
Head: 390~1050m,Inlet diameter: 65~200mm

Type DG high pressure boiler feed pumps are used for feeding high pressure boiler or pumping high pressure clean water.The temperature of pumped media is not more than 170 C.
Range of capacity:120-1100m³/h
range of total head:967 to 2500m

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If you had a water pump leak you'd know it! There would be coolant draining out of water pump seal the minute you filled the cooling system. A water pump leak doesn't get coolant into the motor. It will get the timing belt wet with antifreeze and cause the belt to jump time and possibly bend your valves. The only way you'll get coolant in the motor oil is if there is a head gasket leak. To check for that you need to have a block test done.
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Could be both. The water pump may have been leaking. Did the leak stop after the work was done? If so then it was leaking. The radiator may just have lived out it's life. Corrosion will eventually cause these types of things. I don't know where you're located but $600 for a water pump is a rip off. Maybe you went to the dealer? If it's not under a warranty and you're not buying a new one the jeep does not belong at the dealership. I recently did my water pump on my 94. $100 including new hoses and about 45 minutes. So even parts mark up and $60 labor should have been about $210 or so. For the radiator they are about $150 again depending on where you are. See if you can get a 3 core. More cooling capacity almost the same price. If you're around Maryland e-mail me and I can help you do it yourself.
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