Hot Water Circulation Pump, Heat Pump

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

Domestic speed control (3-speed) 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

  • Input power(speed 1):46W

  • Input power(speed 2):67W

  • Max input power.: 100W

  • Mains frequency: 50/60Hz

  • Rated voltage: 110/220V

  • Max. current: 0.4A

  • Capacitor size: 3uf

  • Max flow:65l/min

  • Max head:6m




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Q:2 pumps parallel, lift the same, pump head is not stacked?
2 pumps parallel, lift the same, pump head is not stacked?;Answer: the head can not be superimposed, that is, a lift and a pump, but the pumping speed (flow) is two times a taiwan.2 pumps in series, the same flow, pump head is not stacked?.Answer: the head can be superimposed, that is, the pump head is two times as much as a pump, but the pump speed is the same as that of a pump.
Q:When is it necessary to replace the timing belt and water pump on a 2001 Mazda Protege?
That could have either the 1.6 liter or 2.0 liter engine. My information shows that if you have the 1.6 liter, at least you don't have to worry about bending valves against pistons if the belt breaks -- you'll just be stuck out on the road until you can get it towed and fixed. Not so with the 2.0 which is an interference engine. So if you DO have the 2.0, pay attention -- you don't want an expensive breakdown! You're on borrowed time at 75K. For both engines, Mazda recommends that you replace the timing belt every 60K miles. Gates (a major replacement supplier) seems to think these belts will go 105K. Since it's a factory belt, stick with 60K. As for the water pump, it's often one of those while you're already in there sort of things when you're doing a timing belt. 60K makes it a tougher call, especially with the better quality of water pump bearings and seals. If your interval were 80K ~ 100K as is true on some cars, I'd say go for it without blinking. As cheap as it'll be (it's really just the price of the pump), and it was my set of wheels, I'd do it anyway, even at 60K, if it needed to be pulled to do the belt.
Q:HOUSE WATER PUMP COMES ON EVERY 10 SEC WHEN WATER IS ON?
Most likely the check-valve is failing to stop flow back to the well. Replace the check valve. It's the metal cylinder just between the pump and the water pipe coming to it from the well.
Q:how does one prime a water pump connected to a lake?
If possible, attach a hose directly from your drinking water faucett to faucett on pump. Open both and turn on pump. If pump will not cycle off, your check valve is bad. If it does, turn off water supply and open pump faucett. pump should come on and belch air and water. Repeat this several times. If it still dosen't pick up prime you still have a leak in you'r new suction or well side. The tank only aids in shutting pump off . nothing to do with pump running or getting prime.
Q:Where can I find a water pump for a 1930 Chrysler Roadster?
No personal experience, but it is a start, try below linkage. I just Googled 1930 Chrysler Roadster
Q:Should my mechanic have changed thermostat with water pump?
My philosophy on thermostats is if I don't have a reason to suspect trouble with it I don't change it. Thermostats don't have any particular life expectancy - the one in my daughter's Accord is 18 years old and works better than new aftermarket thermostats I have tried. I haven't replaced a thermostat in about 15 years. They are often blamed but (until recently, with the introduction of fail open thermostats) rarely at fault. EDIT - I also agree with BR549, although for a different reason. Professionals have to work somewhat differently than DIYers because of where the costs fall. I would rebuild a starter and it would be a lot better than a store-bought rebuilt, but a pro would be taking on unnecessary risks if he didn't replace the starter. His perspective splits the question in two: should the thermostat be replaced during coolant service, and should a professional mechanic replace the thermostat during coolant service? I answer no to the first and yes to the second. The replacement may actually be a step down from the one we know works, but it is also the safer way for a pro to go.
Q:how much is it to replace timing belt and water pump?
Two engines were available in the 2002 Voyager - a 2.4L 4 cylinder engine and a 3.3L V6 engine. The 4 cylinder was timing belt driven but the V6 uses a timing chain with no set replacement interval. Replacing the timing belt and water pump in the 4 cylinder is going to be $500-$850.
Q:Why can domestic pumps sometimes pump water and sometimes not?
What floor do you live on? If your floor is relatively high, the noon is not good, because there are too many people in the water (and maybe someone else is using a pump), so the water level is too far away from your house to pump it up
Q:does water pump back into reactor or steam generator in a nuclear power plant?
As you factor out it was once the double-punch of the earthquake and tsunami that caused the problems at Fukushima. The diesel mills have been enough to control the pumps to cool the reactor but then the tsunami got here and swamped them. Shutting down the reactor after an earthquake is typical defense system. The diesel turbines had been designed to be a backup in the occasion of an earthquake. They functioned quality even after the large quake. If the quake didn't occur, but instead the planet was once just hit with the aid of the tsunami, the other planets in unaffected areas of Japan would still be operating so this implies the engineers onsite might have jerryrigged anything in order that the pumps would be powered through the country wide vigor grid even though the diesel pumps were knocked out. No longer shutting the reactors down would have resulted in much more radiation being launched as a result of the damaged structures and containment units.
Q:The role of water replenishing pump in circulating system
There are three ways of constant pressure in water system. 1, the expansion tank constant pressure, this method applies to small and medium water systems, low cost. 2 water pump constant pressure, the role is when the system because the water shortage during the operation, resulting in insufficient pressure, the water supply system can play the role of water pressure. 3 pressure tank fixed pressure, pressure tank fixed pressure at the same time, also need replenishment pump water, the individual feel that the first two kinds of economic reality

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