QB60 & PK60 Series Self-priming Water Pump

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QB60 prices of water pumping machine



PK series are single stage self-priming pumps, suitable for both domestic and industrial applications to convey clean liquids and non-aggressive chemical fluide. The hydraulic characteristic is with higher head and bigger capacity.


◊ Application


For the correct functioning of the pump , use to pump clean water ,or non- aggressive liquids only , without sand or other impurities, such as :

1. Tank filling

2. Agricultural irrigation

3. Water transfer

4. Industrial using

5. Domestic water



◊ Working Conditions 

1. Suction lift up to 8 m
2. Liquid  temperature up to +35°C
3. Ambient temperature up to +40°C
4. Max. Working pressure: 6 bar


◊ Construct

Pump body: Cast Iron

Housing: Alloy Aluminum

Impeller: Brass/Plastic/SS

Motor: Electric Motor

Shaft: 45# steel/ stainless steel welding

Insulation : Class B ( Class F if you required)

Protection : IP44/IP54

Cooling: External Ventilation

Mechanical Seal: Carbon/Ceramic/Stainless Steel


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Q:help.. how do I change the water pump?
Water pump on that car is behind timing belt . Get a good manual and read up on it . Also , be sure and change seals . There is one right there that some times will just start leaking . Use to manage a repair shop and we did a ton of those cars . Not a bad idea to change timing belt as you will have it off anyway . Also check out the tensioners while your there .
Q:how does one prime a water pump connected to a lake?
Put a check valve in the input line to the pump, under the water line. Then poor water down the pump inlet line. If you used a positive displacement pump, you would not need to prime.
Q:90kw pump star delta start, in the end to use the circuit breaker, AC contactor (Star contactor, angle contactor), what kind of thermal relay?
The first thing to take the star delta start voltage step-down start, star rated by reducing root 3 times, power is also reduced, 90kw / V 3 = 52kw starting current is 5---7 times will reach the rated current of 52kw * 2 = 104A, starting current will reach 500----700A is normal, if you match breaker sister ordinary 800, D at the beginning of the special motor, they start filtering instantaneous current, 250 can be,The star delta starts with only three contactors, and there will be no 4The contactor can be more than 110
Q:2006 chevy impala water pump?
Since your car is out of factory warranty, I would check the web for recall notices for that model. Just type 06 Impala recall in google and it will come up. If no recall I would call around to local auto shops and get an estimate. That engine is in a bunch of GM vehicle and the part should be easy to obtain, especially for a hometown shop. The labor should not exceed 4 hours max and @$75 an hour max labor should be no more than $300. This is a HIGH estimation. The pump should be no than $125. The dealer will overcharge because thay can. I would not drive it but to the mechanic because you could do alot of damage. Head gasket could go. Radiator could be damaged. Engine could seize depending on how hot you get it and for how long.
Q:can I use copper spay gasket to seal my water pump gasket on my truck?
Sure, why not? Usually, the metal area when most water pumps are bolted too are cleaned with a scraper of some kind and old gasket matter is removed. That surface should be cleaned, flat, and free of irregularity. Most mechanics, if they use any kind of stickum - like contact cement from a tube, or the costlier, but not-needed specialty sealers, is applied to the pump surface so the gasket stays put and not move when installing the bolts. The glue does not do any actual sealing, just the fiber gasket will. None needs to be applied to the engine side that you scraped clean. Make sense to you? It's probably a good idea to service the cooling system with a non-caustic flush cleaner before hand -since all the coolant will come out during the change. Then add a additive that neutralizes acids with the new anti-freeze.
Q:Does the IP55 indicate the lift on the water pump nameplate?
IP55 represents the waterproof and dustproof rating of the motor
Q:what would cause a domestic water pump to seize?
These pumps can have their own bearing or they may rely on the bearings in the motor. Most of these are anti-friction bearings that have a limited life. Also if the pump runs dry it can over heat and seize.
Q:I have a mechanical well how to choose the size of the pump
Deep well pumps can be used. According to your parameters. 0. 75 or 1. The 1KW deep well pump is in line with your requirements. Elephant 0. 75KW head can reach 70 meters. The water output in an hour is about 3 tons.. I wonder how much you get out of the water every hour. If the amount of water is small, you can buy a larger power point. General domestic deep well pump 0. 75 or 1. The price of 1KW is between 500-700. In the case of ordinary brands. The price of imported goods is between 600-900. The products at this price are generally of good quality.. Of course they don't sell your shoddy premise.
Q:Already changed water pump and still leaking???
I would go with what the Dodge guy said, dont just take anybodys word for this. good luck
Q:Do I need a new water pump for my Accord?
Almost certainly not the water pump. It will leak from the weep hole on the back of the block, near the timing belt housing if it fails, and that won't produce coolant all over the engine. My daughter's 1993 Accord water pump failed and I had a hard time seeing the leakage because most of it happened gradually when on the road. Even if the shaft leaked because the weep hole was plugged it would be inside timing belt cover, not spraying all over. My bets are on a hose, especially near the thermostat housing where the heat is the highest. The thermostat is in a housing on the back edge of the engine - follow the lower radiator hose (weird, huh?) back to the housing. Several hoses come together there. The thermostat isn't going to cause the leak but you need to know where the housing is. The radiator is also a major suspect. As long as you got the engine stopped pretty soon after the overheating began the head gasket is going to be okay, too - it is not a good suspect for the symptoms you have so far. The easiest way to see where the leak is when there is that much loss is to refill the radiator with purified water - never put tap water in the cooling system except in an emergency - and let the engine idle until you see it dripping on the ground (remove the splash guard under the nose) or spraying under the hood.

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