Single-Stage Double-Suction Split Volute Fire Pumps XBD-ALOW Series

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XBD-ALOW Series Single-Stage Double-Suction Split Volute Fire Pumps is used for liquid transportation for water works, air-conditioning circulation, building, irrigation, drainage pump station, electric power station, industrial water supply system, firefighting system, shipbuilding and so on.

Structural Features:
Outlet diameter of pump DN:80~1000mm
Capacity Q:≤11600m3/h
Head H:≤200m
Working temperature T:≤105℃
Solid particles:≤80mg/L
Permitted working pressure:≤25bar
Permitted testing pressure:≤37.5bar

Feature:

1、 Compact structure nice appearance, good stability and easy installation.
2、 Stable running and the optimally designed double-suction impeller makes the axial force reduced to the minimum and has a blade-style of very excellent hydraulic performance, both internal surface of the pump casing and the impeller’s surface, being precisely cast, are extremely smooth and have a notable performance of vapor-corrosion resisting and high efficiency.
3、 The pump case is double volute structured, which greatly reduces radial force, lightens bearing’s load and prolongs bearing’s service life.
4、 Bearing use SKF or NSK bearing to guarantee a stable running, low noise and long duration.
5、 Shaft seal use BURGMANN mechanical or stuffing seal to ensure an 8000h non-leak running.
6、 After material replacement, it can be used to transmit 150℃ and corrosive mediums.

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Q:Does a water pump has to leakin to be bad?How can I tell if my water pump is workin?
check your fan thermostat
Q:Water pump Decision : NAPA $42 or GM $165. Labor about 4 hrs plan to keep the car.?
I would go with the NAPA one, the GM one that is on the car now did not last forever either, I have had very good luck with after market water pumps for GM vehicles. 4 hours seems a little steep though......Good luck
Q:Pump adapter belongs to the system of fire pool equipment?
Not belong to. They all belong to hydrant water supply system.
Q:How long should a new water pump last on a 1995 honda accord wagon LX?
usually 7-10 years so at 5000 miles take it back
Q:How do you build a water pump?
There are a number of different types of pumps (and some overlap between types, too). A suction pump basically sucks water up. This might be a piston pump, or a venturi pump (or some other types). This type of pump raises water up by lowering the air pressure above the water, and letting atmospheric pressure push the water up the tube. Suction pumps can't pull water up more than about 32 feet (because that's how high atmospheric pressure can lift a column of water) but they have the advantage that the pump can be located at the top of where you want the water (rather than down where tie water is). A Lift pump basically uses mechanical force to raise water upwards. This could be a chain of buckets, or an Archimedes screw, or a bubble-lift pump. All these pumps need to have at least part of the pump down at the water level (with the exception of the bubble lift, which is kind of a unique design). The most common water pumps are centrifugal pumps. These use a set of spinning vanes to pressurize the water. Water comes in at the center, and hit spinning vanes; these shove the water outward through centrifugal force, and the outlet pipe is at the outside edge of the circle. One other interesting type of pump is the hammer pump. It's sometimes used in remote farming areas, because you can use the energy of a running stream to pump water high up a cliff. In a hammer pump, you let water flow through a relatively long tube. The tube has a vertical pipe near it's end. You let the water run through, and then suddenly close off the end of the pipe. The momentum of the water (combined with the fact that water isn't very compressible) can force a shot of water very far up the vertical tube. Hope this gives you enough to search for on the web!
Q:99 GMC SUBURBAN WATER PUMP?
Water pump. When the bearings go they allow coolant to seep out.
Q:Water pump on daewoo?
Well the logic is that since you only need to replace the timing belt every 60,000 miles, then you might as well change the water pump, should it fail in between you would end up having to do nearly the same job all over again. always change the water pump if it is driven by the timing belt. That is purely a rule of the trade.
Q:water pump control help?
with the switch set to operate at 30/50 the tank should have 27 or 28 pounds of air with no water in tank and a faucet open with pump turned off...once this is set the pump will come on at 30 and off at 50 if it goes higher than this the switch is bad or the adjustments have been changed....tightening the tall spring turns both cut in and cut off pressure higher...loosening the tall spring turns both cut in and cut off lower....the short spring sets the difference between the two...tightening the shorth spring raises cut off pressure only...loosening the short spring lowers cut off pressure only....
Q:Already changed water pump and still leaking???
<Need a little more info. First, you say classic signs. Does that mean the leak was seen coming directly from the water pump? Through the hub or around the edges? When you replaced the pump, did you THOROUGHLY remove the old gasket and clean the pump seat completely? Use a new gasket? Is it leaking in the exact same way? Those are the main points for stopping a water pump leak. Otherwise, it might be hoses, a crack in the pump seat, a leaking head gasket or thermostat housing gasket. But, if you're sure it was the pump itself, take it back off, re-clean the seat and try a new gasket.
Q:Any advise on what would be the easiest way to replace a water pump?
Honestly having the Chilton or Hayes repair manual will help greatly in understanding how it should all come apart. They run about $25.00 at you auto parts store. Having the proper tools will make the job go as smooth and quickly as possible. Most basic kits and be picked up at auto part stores for around 65.00 bucks. This is the best advice I can give a beginner who has just jumped right in there. Watch what you are taking apart and make sure that it is something that HAS to come off. There is no reason taking something out of the car if it's not going to help the project. When you picked up the water pump did you make sure to get too new radiator hoses? I will often replace the upper and lower hose when I do water pumps. Most likely they have been on there as long as the pump and it's time to change them. Not to mention now would be a great time to replace the thermostat on the engine as well to allow proper water flow through the engine. Also make sure you have the distilled water handy with the anti-freeze. Using distilled water keeps the radiator from becoming clogged with minerals that are normally found in your city water. It helps extend the life of your cooling system. I hope this helps. If you have any more questions feel free to E-mail me.

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