SLOW two stage/multi-stage split casing doublt suction pump

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SLOW two stage/multi-stage split casing double suction pump is specially designed and manufactured by our company for using in the occasions which require large flow and high lift, such as iron works, electric power plants and pump station, etc. In combination with advanced design experience of two stage and multi-stage split casing pump at home and aboard, the products are processed by using special machine tool. This product is applicable for feeding such media as water or liquid similar to water at the temperature from -10 to 80℃.
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1Water inlet and outlet are all installed in pump body. Just hoist the pump cover when overhaul, greatly facilitating maintenance.
2.Primary-stage double-suction and secondary-stage single suction of impeller adopted, greatly improving anti-cavitation performance of pump and decreasing axial dimension of pump.
3.Rotary speed 1480 rpm, avoid vibration caused by high rotary speed.
4,In comparison with single-stage pump, the products have same performance and smaller impeller diameter and stable operation.
5.The pumping chamber adopts double-volute design, reducing radial force.
6.Applying rolling bearing and lubrication with grease or thin oil and facilitating the maintenance of bearing.
7.Designing in virtue of international advanced hydromechanics software, modeling by using 3DM software, and checking the strength with finite element software, ensuring high efficient, stable and reliable operation of pump.
8.Fully mechanical seal ensures no leakage within 8000 h,and packing seal is customizable.
9.The pump turns clockwise, and anticlockwise turning is customizable.
10.This product has applied for national patent (patent number:ZL200520046059.0)

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Q:how do I replace a water pump ?
need to know what type of car and motor size
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First, the wind pumps such load is usually called square torque load, which is in a certain range of speed and torque is roughly proportional to the square of the speed of N, TL=kn^2, power and speed is proportional to the cube, the energy-saving effect is obvious. Can also be described according to what you pump model, the pump is divided into piston pumps, screw pumps, impeller pumps and centrifugal pumps.Secondly, under the standard condition, the higher the efficiency of the centrifugal pump, the higher the speed determines the size of the centrifugal force, the higher the speed, the greater the centrifugal force, and vice versa. Plunger pump and screw pump is not the same, the speed of speed and efficiency basically no impact. Third, in addition to buying the pump, you can let the manufacturer give you an FM curve, so you can see the frequency of mediation when the water pump efficiency changes
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!
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Q:How do i change the water pump on a 2000 s-10 4.3 litter 4wheel drive with air conditioning?
Spray some water on the belt while it's schreeching to rule the belt out. They often make noise, even when tight.
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None. Atmospheric pressure is equivalent to about 10m of water height = 30ft. When a pump pulls water (or any liquid), up a certain height of pipe, it does do by lowering the pressure. In a centrifugal pump (the most common type for handling water) the point of lowest pressure is the centre of the rotor (the eye of the pump). In order to pull water 10m up, equivalent to 30ft, the pressure at the eye of the pump would be 0, which is unattainable. Not only that, but the water will begin to boil at a certain low pressure determined by the temperature of the water. That pressure at which the water begins to boil determines the lowest pressure than can exist at the eye of the pump and is a critical design variable. There are several ways to circumvent the problem of pumping water higher than 30ft. One would be to install more than one pump, with one of the pumps half-way up the hill. The other would be to install one single pump, but to place it near the pond. There is a limit to how high a pump can PULL (suck) water, but there is no limit, other than the amount of pressure the pum can generate and the piping can handle, to how far up a pump can PUSH water. If you need to puch water higher, you can always buy a bigger pump.
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Two engines were available in the 2002 Voyager - a 2.4L 4 cylinder engine and a 3.3L V6 engine. The 4 cylinder was timing belt driven but the V6 uses a timing chain with no set replacement interval. Replacing the timing belt and water pump in the 4 cylinder is going to be $500-$850.
Q:What is the reason that the water supply of pump is getting smaller?
What kind of pump is it, home pump or factory pump? Single stage impeller or multistage impeller? Vertical or horizontal? Is it single suction or double suction? Different structure of the day pump has different causes of failure. But in general, there are several aspects: 1., the water inlet is small, the inlet pipe is blocked; 2., the blade is worn or broken; 3., the motor speed drops; 4., sealing serious leakage; 5., cavitation phenomenon.
Q:how hard is it to do a water pump change on a 1999 vw jetta stick shift?
The water pump is driven by the timing belt on that engine. You don't have to take the alternator, power steering pump, or the a/c compressor off, but you do have to make sure it is timed right. Not too hard to do, just make sure the marks line up. Good luck!
Q:Car water pump question?
that completely depends on the year/make and model, and type of gasket that it uses.

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