QB Series Peripheral Pumps with Brass Impeller

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$65.00 - 150.00 / unit
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Product Description:

1. Application of QB Series Peripheral Pumps:

1>  Clean Water without abrasive particles, non-aggressive liquid.

2>  Domestic use.

3>  In particular for delivering water in combination with small pressure sets and for irrigation.

4>  Installed in enclosed places, or at least protected against inclement weather.


2.  Operating conditions for QB Series Peripheral Pumps:

1> Suction lift up to 8m.

2> Liquid temperature up to +40℃

3> Ambient temperature up to +40℃。

4> Max. working pressure: 6bar.


3.  Motor description of QB Series Peripheral Pumps:

1> 2-pole induction motor: 50Hz.

2> Insulation: Class B.

3> Protection:  IP44.

4> With capacitor and thermal overload protection.


4.  Material of QB Series Peripheral Pumps:

1> Pump body: Cast Iron.

2> Motor bracket: Aluminum.

3> Impeller: Brass.

4> Shaft with rotor: Stainless steel or CS45#

5> Mechanical seal: Ceramic-Graphite.

6> Copper Winding.


5. Detailed specification for QB Series Peripheral Pumps:

QB Series Peripheral Pumps with Brass Impeller

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1). 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.

2). Are your pumps cheaper than those of your competitors?

CNBM aims to give its customers the highest standards of quality and service and delivery times, all at a reasonable price.

3). How long is your warranty?

Unless otherwise expressly authorized in writing, by specifying a longer period or different conditions, CNBM states that, for a period of twelve (12) months from delivery date, all Products supplied are free from defects in materials and workmanship, and conform to the applicable specifications. Either the delivery documentation or the invoice must be provided to prove delivery date. In absence of such documents, the production date appearing on the product label may suffice.




QB Series Peripheral Pumps with Brass Impeller

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