Energy Saving Hot Water Circulation Pump, Low Consumption Pump, Class A Intelligent Pump.

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circulator pump, wet rotor type, 304S.S.
no noise <45dB(A), no leakage, environment friendly, easy installation

Class A intelligent hot water circulation pump

This circulation pump especially designed for heating system and used to supply water

and add pressure for mansions of city,villa of subarb,house,to match with industrial equipment,

to supply water in cycle for cooling air-condition,boiler and solar energy,suppy hot andwater and keep warm cycle.

Construction Material

  • Motor wire:copper

  • Motor shell: aluminium

  • Rotor can: stainless steel 304

  • Impeller: PP

  • Pump body: cast iron

  • Shaft: ceramic/S,S

  • Bear: ceramic/graphite

Technical Data

  • Liquid temperature range: -10 - 110°C

  • Pipe size: G1.5", DN25mm

  • Port to port length: 180mm

  • Max. operating pressure: 10bar

  • Pressure stage, pipe connection: PN10

Electrical Data

  • Max input power.: 45W

  • Mains frequency: 50Hz

  • Rated voltage: 220V

  • Max flow:52l/min

  • Max head:6m


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Q:Changing a water pump in a pt crusier?
The water pump is driven by the timing belt on this motor. If it is not done right, you could cause serious damage to the engine. Actually $800 to change the pump and timing belt is reasonable. To lower the price further you could negotiate buying your own parts. Good luck.
Q:Where can you buy a water pump?
Lowe's Home Depot etc. The question is why in the world are you messing with a connection junction box (ie; electricity) and water when there are professionals out there to do the troubleshooting for you.... heck maybe even save you money in the long run. It may not be the pump, but a short in the electrical.
Q:Where should I buy my new water pump?
out of all the auto parts stores i use autozone is the cheapest but 45 miles away so i mainly use napa.
Q:problem with well water pump?
it sounds like either your pressure switch is messed up or your pressure tank isn't working right
Q:Is an electric heat/water pump cheaper than a furnace?
heat water/pump. not sure what that is but I know what a heat pump is. If that whats your talking about thean the answer is well...yes and no. depending on cost of gas and electric typical a heat pump is better to run for heat as along as its above freezing outside. It will still work and put out heat all winter but it won't be much heat for what your paying for, at which point your better with gas heat.
Q:Should I use Stop Leak for a slow water pump leak?
the pump will quickly wear out if its leaking, and on those stratus's the water pump is run on the timing belt, which makes it a long and expensive job to replace. I wouldn't use the stop leak, just carry around a few gallons of water and keep the coolant topped up. keep an eye on your temperature gauge while your driving.
Q:Engine ticking after Water Pump Replacement?
It is possible. The water pump is driven off the timing chain on that engine. Why didn't he replace the tensioner when it was apart is a good question. The fact that it is now ticking isn't a good sign. I hope it was lined up properly.. get it looked at soon before there is the potential for damage.
Q:How large is the starting current for a 1.5 kW submersible pump?
The starting current is 2-7 times the power
Q:If water pump was leaking would I smell a syrup smell?
Okay, I take it you've added orange anti-freeze to your cooling system. If the system originally had green in it- you just did something really expensive. The two kinds of anti-freeze don't get along. Mixing the two together then getting them hot makes them into a gel. SO, what you get to do now is a complete system flush(by taking the whole system apart-heater core, radiator, hoses, heater valve, the works) use some sort of flush product, and get a large tub. Then, after you've gotten an amount of it out, reassemble the whole thing, and with the engine cool-put some more flush agent in it. Then, take a garden hose- and fill the system. once it's full open the petcock and continue to use the garden hose to flush the system until the water comes out clear. Now, close up the system and run the car for a bit and check the bottom of the water pump to see if the weep hole is leaking. There is on just below the pump shaft. If that's leaking, the pump is shot. If that's not, then there could be a cracked head, or a bad head gasket. A few things to check for that are- if when the car is running, are there air bubbles coming out of the radiator(with the cap open)? Does it seem to overheat easily? Have you run the engine hot?
Q:my car overheated and i think it was something with the water pump, anyone now whats wrong and approx cost it?
1] ..i noticed the gas pedal wouldn't really work.. - This sounds to me you gave it gas, but the car was seizing up by excessive heat, because of no cooling!!. You might have fuck2ed up the engine, or the heads. DO NOT CRANK THE ENGINE, DO NOT MOVE it until you are sure there IS COOLANT, there is good oil and nothing is or looks bad. 2] ..there was not much water in the water pump. - It looks to me you would not notice the difference between a Water Pump and a piano, if you saw one. You cannot SEE the water inside the Water Pump. You probably meant RADIATOR. Fill it up with COOLANT, not just water. Coolant elevates the Temp and allows for a better engine performance. 3] Inspect for broken HOSES. There are two one at the bottom of the radiator, and one at the top of it. Inspect that there is coolant in the RESSERVOIRE bottle too. 4] When you are sure there is COOLANT, OIL and there are no broken HOSES,crank the engine and find out if THERE IS A LEAK. You will probably find one. 5] Check that the engine's BELTS are all intact and working. You could have a broken belt and - in that case - there would not be alternator, water pump, etc... If you don't find any, it means you drove WITHOUT COOLANT, and it that regard, you are irresponsible and should not be driving a car, but riding a donkey. Seriously. If you damaged the engine, it could cost you about $2000.00 to replace the heads, that if it is still possible to repair them and keep the car running. Otherwise, bye bye... Luck.

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