Multistage Pipeline Fire Fighting Centrifugal Pump

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Multistage Pipeline Fire Fighting Centrifugal Pump 

Introduction of Multistage Pipeline Fire Fighting Centrifugal Pump 

XBD-GDL series electric fire-fighting pump group is a vertical multi-stage single-suction cylindrical centrifugal pump made with the computerized design of optimization with the modern excellent hydraulic model and features a compact structure and a reasonable and nice modelling and the indexes of both reliability and efficiency have been greatly raised, strictly conforming with the provisions is the latest national standard GB6245-2006, Fire-figthing Pumps, or NFPA-20

Features of Multistage Pipeline Fire Fighting Centrifugal Pump 

a) Excellent hydraulic model

b) Light weight

c) High efficiency, energy saving

d) Pipeline type

e) Stable performance

1.Stable running with low noise 

2.Simplified installation and assembly

Use of a low-noise bearing, the design of the hy-draulic parts of the accurate hydraulic features and the water-filling shield on the periphery of each section makes the flowing noise lowered and the running extremely stable as well.

With both inlet and outlet pipes of a same diameter and on one line, the pump can be directly mounted on the pipeline just like a valve; and with a casing-type clutch used, linkage between both pump and motor becomes very simple and makes the transmission efficiency raised to some extent. 

Applications of Multistage Pipeline Fire Fighting Centrifugal Pump 

a)  Fixed firefighting sysytems of industrial and civil buildings

b)  Fire hydrant fire-fighting system

c) Automatic sprinkler fire-fighting system

d) Spraying fire-fighting system

Technical data of Multistage Pipeline Fire Fighting Centrifugal Pump 

a) Flow:3.6-180m3/h

b) Pressure : 0.3-2.5MPa

c) Medium temperature: -15 ~ 120oC

d) Operation pressure: ≤ 3 MPa

e) Diameter: 25 - 150mm


Q: Are CNBM pumps available in DIY stores?

A: Yes, currently, we’re available for DIY stores all over the world.

Q: Where do I have to send pumps for service?

A: You must send them to the CNBM PUMP Service Point or, after contacting Customer Care, to the CNBM PUMP service center in China.

Q: Are your pumps acid-proofed?

A: To choose the right pumps for chemical applications, we do need further details on hydraulic operations as well as on the type, concentration and temperature of the liquid.

Q: Can your pumps mount Eff.1 motors

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

Q: Are your pumps protected against dry running?

A: 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.

Q: How can I get trained on CNBM products?

A: 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:bad water pump? cracked head gasket?
have it pressure tested for leaks to begin with,then have head gasket checked by checking for bubbles in radiator filler while idleing
Q:why is my water pump keep going on and off only when i use it?
Sounds like a bladder tank issue. The bladder gets potential energy when the pump fills the tank. When you open a faucet for water, the potential energy stored in the bladder will push the water out of the tank without the need of the pump coming on until the tank is almost empty. You should be able to rock the tank when the pump first comes on to see if it is light weight, as it would be when almost empty. If not then there's your problem. When the pump ends its cycle is when the tank will be at its heaviest. Again: The tank should be full when the pump is not running and almost empty just before the pump comes on. The water pressure would behave as you describe if the bladder tank is not functioning properly.
Q:What is the reason that the water supply of pump is getting smaller?
1., first look at the external situation, to see whether the water pump is running, the water level is not normal, the water inlet has nothing blocked.2., exclude the external situation, or small water, the pump itself may leak, it will also make water smaller
Q:Water pump 07 dodge.charger?
Anytime you replace your water pump. You should replace the thermostat and gasket. Also check the upper and lower radiator hoses to see if either one of them are collapsed.It wouldn't hurt to replace the radiator cap.
Q:My toilet water pump does not deposit enough water flow?
The Every hardware store has them. You can get the part I think it is 400A that doesn't have the flapper included. I'm not crazy about fluidmaster flappers because they always leak on me after a very short while.
Q:replacing water pump seal?
Drain coolant - #13 drain bolt Remove hose from water pump cover Remove water pump cover - #12 Drain oil Remove R side cover - #1 Remove circlip - #23 Remove water pump shaft - #19 Pull out water pump seal - #20 Note the direction the seal is installed Tap in new seal This entire procedure is explained in detail in your service manual.
Q:My water pump is leaking?
You did not mention the sub-model of your eclipse (if it is a spyder or not) so there is no way to know the engine option, the2.0L (non-turbo) the 2.0L (turbo) or the 2.4L? But you don't have too many options! If the water runs out of it as soon as you put it in then obviously you cannot drive it or you will do further damage to the vehicle. You need to be able to see where it is coming from (as it shouldn't be too hard by the amount it is leaking. If the water is coming out from behind the timing cover then there is an issue with the pump, but, as the other poster said, it may also be a split hose!
Q:1973 Charger water pump belt?
Well without seeing the problem I would say you either didn't put everything back or like the other guy answered you loosen usually the bolts to the alternator or power steering pump and use a pry bar to tighten everything up.
Q:1998 Honda Civic Water Pump and Coolant?
Right..the water pump doesn't sound like your problem. However, it would not hurt to get the cooling system totally flushed out and replaced with new fluid, if this has not been done in a long time. Might run you about...$75, just a guess. You also should really consider replacing the fuel filter, air filter, and spark plugs. This could really make a difference for you if they are old. Wouldn't cost you but $30 for all of those parts and maybe 45 minutes labor.
Q:What does the lift of a pump mean?
Simply from the local to the pumping pumping height calculation of rice

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