Submersible Sump Pump SP Series

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Application: S series is specially designed to work for sewage, such as municipal drainage system, building, drainage system, industrial waste water treatment, irrigation and fishing etc.


Feature: Liquid temperature: 0-50oC;
Structure of impeller: semi-open;
Shaft seal: double mechanical seal;
Motor type: dry type; 2 pole;
Motor Ins. Class: F;
Motor protection: built-in temperature protection.


Waterproof cable: 0.4-1.5kw with 6M above 1.5kw with 10m;
Cast iron companion flange: one above 0.75kw with vent valve for outlet.

To allow pump for easy installation.maintenance & reparation, as it is no need to empty the tank first.
To allow pump to be automatic alternating and parallel operation.

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Q:My water pump needs to be bleeded i think?
You might need a new foot valve. That keeps the water from draining back into the well. Depending on what type of pump you have, could be at the bottom of the well. To bleed the well, you need to remove the plug on the looks like a nut...about 3/4. You remove that and fill with water...when its full, turn the pump on and keep filling it till it gushes out...put the plug in (with new teflon tape) and it should work. Be careful not to touch the electrical, could get shocked. Its easy if the foot valve is good.
Q:Does changing the car's coolant damage the water pump?
Changing coolant would not make it start leaking. MAYBE if someone before had used some sort of stop leak garbage, but that's pretty unlikely. That car has probably been around the block for some time, it's likely just coincidence. However, it shouldn't be hard to find one of your friends that can crawl under the car and confirm what the problem is. Could just be a loose hose clamp.
Q:When is it necessary to replace the timing belt and water pump on a 2001 Mazda Protege?
That could have either the 1.6 liter or 2.0 liter engine. My information shows that if you have the 1.6 liter, at least you don't have to worry about bending valves against pistons if the belt breaks -- you'll just be stuck out on the road until you can get it towed and fixed. Not so with the 2.0 which is an interference engine. So if you DO have the 2.0, pay attention -- you don't want an expensive breakdown! You're on borrowed time at 75K. For both engines, Mazda recommends that you replace the timing belt every 60K miles. Gates (a major replacement supplier) seems to think these belts will go 105K. Since it's a factory belt, stick with 60K. As for the water pump, it's often one of those while you're already in there sort of things when you're doing a timing belt. 60K makes it a tougher call, especially with the better quality of water pump bearings and seals. If your interval were 80K ~ 100K as is true on some cars, I'd say go for it without blinking. As cheap as it'll be (it's really just the price of the pump), and it was my set of wheels, I'd do it anyway, even at 60K, if it needed to be pulled to do the belt.
Q:Pump head is too high what's the impact?
Measure the height of 50m, using 100m lift pump, the disadvantage is a waste of energy, such as the selection of 100m lift pump, flow of 10 cubic meters, motor power 5KW, with less than 5 0m lift pump, flow of 10 cubic meters, motor power 5KW, so that the lift ratio measurement height is greater than 10-20%, on the same pump motor power next, the pump head is larger, less water.If the height of 50m is measured, the pump with 100m lift head is used, but what is the influence of the flow rate on the pump or pipe?.
Q:Why would my garage charge me to take home the broken water pump of my VW Golf?
What you're talking about is what we in America call a Core charge. If I buy a new water pump for my car and take it home to do it myself, the pump is going to cost me $80. There is also a core charge of another $20 from the parts store that I use. So I'm paying $100 to take home my water pump. However, if I were to have brought in my old pump to exchange it...then I would only pay the $80 for the part. Or if I took it home at $100 and then returned the old one after I got my car fixed...then they'd give me the the $20 back. The reason for this is that a lot of companies can recondition these parts and make them as good as new. This is a hell of a lot cheaper than buying new components to make new parts. Say a water pump is leaking only because the seals in it are failing. They can take it apart, replace the seals (and anything that looks like it needs replacing, clean it all up, and put it back together. And that reconditioned water pump (which has a warranty that's the same as the new part and often times better) would usually be sold for $60. So likely that's what's going to happen to it. It'll go back to VW so they can re-manufacture it and recycle it for use in another car that needs a water pump.
Q:What is a 1 inch water pump?
The caliber of the water inlet and outlet pipe is 1 inches of water pump,
Q:I have a 1990 dodge caravan 3 L and my water pump is leaking but i keep water in it and it hasnt over heated?
most water pumps have a weep hole in the bottom of the pump when the seal goes its because the bearing is going bad. As long as the bearing keeps going you have a chance the problem is if the bearing freezes up it just goes BANG ! AND BLOWS ITSELF OFF THE CAR DAMAGING WHATEVER IT HITS ON THE WAY OUT. better safe than sorry a water pump is not that expensive compared to the damage it can cause if the fan locks and shatters too.
Q:Pump flow 6M3/H is an hour, how many tons of water?
=1 tons of water 1M3So 6m3/hIt's 6 tons / hour
Q:how many water pumps are in a volvo penta?
The water pump is located in the outdrive. You should see a screen area on the lower end where the pump is loicated. I would guess the impeller needs to be replaced. You should stop running the engine 'till it is fixed.
Q:On a deisel motor in a boat why does it have coolant and a water pump?
this is refered to as a fresh water cooling system. the engine has a coolant tank and a recirc pump that pumps the coolant through a tube and shell heat exchanger,just as a car does through a radiator. instead of air around the radiator, the exchanger has sea(lake)water pumped through it by a engine mounted pump or a pump on a outdrive if so equiped. the engine heat is transmitted from the engine coolant to the exchanger, and out to the sea(lake). this system has many advantages. one of the most important is the fact that salt or brackish water never touches the engine block or components, preventing costly corrosion. secondly it keeps the engine running at a more even or constant temp. this is very important to a diesel as the engine puts out its hp and performance at a set temp. the heat exchanger can have an automatic drain system, draining water out of it and with coolant (antifreeze) in the engine, the boat can be operated in freezing weather without freezing, or draining the block every night. Heat exchangers can be backflushed easier than an engine, and allow the boat to be operated in muddy or contaminated water. (I have seen boats with tandem exchngers in case one plugs up or needs cleaning). gasoline and diesel engines can have exchanger systems, but since diesels inherantly are more expensive and live longer, a heat exhanger system is worth while.

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