Single Stage Single Suction Vertical/Horizontal Centrifugal Pump

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Q:In the design specifications, for example, the water pump requirement is two. What does that mean? Can 3 pumps be opened at once?
May not。1, the system is designed according to 2+1, 1 standby, only redundant backup of important equipment, not included in the running load.2, higher power distribution only provides 2 (maximum operating conditions) equipment rated operating power capacity (slightly margin, but limited).3, a single 160KW motor rated current is about 300A, 185 cable can only be used for the 1 pumps (with 2 units, and has overload) 630A circuit breaker is the frame level, if the current setting value is 630, it should be the main power switch (single pump with 400A circuit breaker, setting a value of 315 or 350A).4, if the 630A as the main switch to provide 2 pump power, has been close to full load (third pumps can not be added).5, water pipeline system, although not what caused the problem, but the water flow rate, flow rate of 2 pump operation should be in the ideal range, adding third pumps (the premise is to ensure the power supply) will make the water flow velocity is too large, in non ideal conditions.Conclusion: this method is inadvisable. If necessary, modify the original system, change to 3+1 mode, and change the line and circuit.
Q:Is it very difficult for a DIY'er to replace the timing belt/water pump on a 2005 Lexus IS300?
This Site Might Help You. RE: Is it very difficult for a DIY'er to replace the timing belt/water pump on a 2005 Lexus IS300? My 2005 Lexus IS300 is close to 90K miles and I believe the timing belt/water pump should be replaced. I have priced this with several dealers and mechanics and at this time I can't afford close to $1000 to have this done. However, I see there are kits that can be purchased for about $400. Can...
Q:How much will it cost to replace the water pump or head gasket in my 98 Plymouth Breeze?
The waterpump should run you around !$150 or less at most garages, -- about $45 maybe- if you do it yourself! The headgasket will probably cost you around 3-5 hundred depending on how much labor charge is! As it is possible that the head is warped and may need re-surcfaced to make it flat again --- and of course cost is going to depend on how much damage was done, -determined by how hot it got before you shut it down! The head gasket etc. shouldn't run much more htan $125-150 Now if it runs ok,-- and doesn't overheat when the radiator is full of water, -- even after warming up and driving on road for a few ninutes, -- (if leak fairly small - it will take some time to get down low enough to cause heat buildup)! I'd say 5 miles on highway would prove it is not warped head!! -- Just keep eye on temp and shut down if it starts getting close to overheat--- to avoid increasing damage, - if head gasket out! In yard, you can get pretty good idea, by just filling up raidator, and leaving cap off with engine running-- after it has idled for a few minutes, (and you have topped it up a couple times to make sure it is full of water, -- if gasket leaking it will blow continueous bubbles, -- after the thermostat opens, a little water will rise and run over (expansion of water) ). -- ****However it should not contionue blowing any continueaous bubbles--- (continued large quantities of bubbles indicates compression being blown into water jacket from bad headgsket!) ...A small bubble now and then is negligeable, as a bubble or two may still be trapped from when water level was down! You will know when thermostat opens, as there will be moving water obvious through filler neck of radiator, and the upper hose will become hot going into radiator! It is also possible that you may see oil on water if headgasket leaking, as well as water in oil-- which would be sort fo fuzzy yellowish looking junk on dipstick, and oil fill cap!
Q:A water pump that consume 2kW of electric power when operating is claimed?
A liter of water mas a mass of 1Kg. How much work must be done to raise 50 Kg of water through a height of 30 m? You can say: Work done (W) = potential energy gained (mgh), Or you can say that Work done is the weight force (mg) * the distance moved against the force (h) Either way, W = m * g * h where m is the mass; g is the acceleration due to gravity {9.8 m/s²}; h is the height W = 50 * 9.8 * 30 = 14700 J If you need to do that amount of work in one second, that's a rate of working of 14700 J/s A joule/second is a watt. Minimum power required = 14700 W = 14.7 kW
Q:What if you don't know the cut-in pressure of your water pump?
Q:How hard is it to replace a water pump?
If you don't have any experience working on cars aside from changing oil my suggestion is to take it in and get it done. You need to drain the coolant, loosen the belt, and then try and torque off those bolts that are prolly sticky on the water pump. And if the water has eaten through the gasket you may need to get the engine block redone where the water pump rests. Oh but don't go to Meineke yuck, you might as well pull your pants down at your own house and sit on a plunger handle; at least it is free and will probably be less painful.
Q:water pump for hunting cabin?
I had a jet pump to run my whole house on my farm. It was placed in the basement, but it could be in a back room, too and they are pretty quiet these days. Does it freeze inside the cabin? I assume not. having it inside means if you have trouble even in freezing weather you can work on it in comfort. The end of the pie into your water tank will need a foot valve to keep the pipe filled so you don't have to prime the pump ( not a handy thing to have to do all the time). Other than that, the system is operated with electricity and a pressure switch which is settable. It will not run all the time this way. Not sure anymore but, for example the switch might be set to come on at 50PSI and shut off at 125PSI. You can tell by the switch or get a recommendation from the store where you buy it. (see pictures in link) Menard's sells these and department workers are trained to answer all your questions about installation, parts, and what you need,etc.
Q:What size water pump should I get?
that is a trick question, because you didnt mention the size of hose you will be using. and i would suggest asking the people at the place you are going to purching the pump,because you may have to have MORE POWER to pump it at a great distance. I really dont think this help you but ask the people who really works in this field.
Q:How do you remove a water pump from a 93 Ford Taurus 3.8?
drain radiator. remove both 21mm motor mount bolts from subframe (front and rear). drain radiator. remove overflow/washer bottle. remove drive belt. remove 8mm bolt that hold lower watertube to front cover. remove lower water tube from water pump. remove heater hoses from water pump. slightly lift engine with floor jack. remove water pump pully. remove water pump. if you still cant get it you will need to remove the 4 studs that go through the water pump. now its just that easy to do
Q:Timing Belt/Water pump replacement?
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