China Professional Supplier L Metal Light Duty Slurry Pump for Manufacturer
Introduction Type L(R) pumps are cantilevered, horizontal, centrifugal slurry pumps, which are also called light duty slurry pump. They are suitable for delivering low abrasive low density slurry for metallurgical, mining, coal and building material departments. The shaft seal can adopt gland seal, expeller seal or mechanical seal. Type L(R) pumps operate in high speed with small volumes and light weight to save floor area. It is mainly used to transport the slurry which contains fine partic...
China Professional Supplier L Metal Light Duty Slurry Pump for Manufacturer Detail:
Type L(R) pumps are cantilevered, horizontal, centrifugal slurry pumps, which are also called light duty slurry pump. They are suitable for delivering low abrasive low density slurry for metallurgical, mining, coal and building material departments. The shaft seal can adopt gland seal, expeller seal or mechanical seal.
Type L(R) pumps operate in high speed with small volumes and light weight to save floor area. It is mainly used to transport the slurry which contains fine particle size and weight concentration not more than 30%. The liner and impeller of this pump can be changeable ,eight with anti-abrasive metal or rubber material.
1. Discharge branch can be positioned at intervals of 45 degree.
2. Good replaceability of components with original pump.
3. Wear-resistant metal and long service life time.
4. With greater axial and radial load rating capacity,
5. Discharge direction can be installed at intervals of 45 degrees as request and oriented to any eight positions to suit applications.
6. Suit different working condition.
7. Wide application, high efficiency and easy to maintain.
8. Wide options for impeller.
9. Bearing assembly use grease lubrication.
Max. Power (kw)
|Clear Water Performance|
| Speed |
|Impeller. Dia. (mm)|
|20A – L||7.5||2.34-10.8||0.65-3||6-37||1400-3000||40||2.5-3||152.4|
|50B – L||15||11.5-76||3.2-21.1||8.5-46||1400-2800||62||2.5-5.5||190|
|75C – L||30||18-151||5-42||4-46.4||900-2400||57||3-6||229|
|100D – L||60||46.8-324||13-90||7-48.3||800-1800||64||2-6||305|
|150E – L||120||115-568.8||32-158||10.5-51.8||800-1500||60||2.5-6||381|
|200E – L||120||234-910||65-235||9.5-40||600-1100||64||3-6||457|
|250E – L||120||396-1425||110-396||8–30||500-800||77||2-10||550|
|300S – L||560||468-2538||130-708||8-60||400-950||79||2-10||653|
|350S – L||560||650-2800||180-780||10-59||400-840||81||3-10||736|
|400ST – L||560||756-3312||210-920||7-37.5||300-600||85||2-8||825|
|450ST – L||560||1080-4356||300-1210||9-40||300-550||87||3-10||933|
|550TU – L||1200||1980-7920||560-2200||10-50||250-475||86||4-10||1213|
|650TU – L||1200||2520-9108||700-2530||10-55||200-350||86||2-8||1425|
|50B – L(R)||15||9-61||2.5-17||3-32.4||1200-2600||48||2.75-4.5||190|
|75C – L(R)||30||28.8-154.8||8-43||9-43||1100-2300||60||3-5||229|
|100D – L(R)||60||54-288||15-80||12-38||800-1600||65||2.5-5.5||305|
|150E – L(R)||120||72-576||20-160||4-38||800-1300||65||2.5-5.5||381|
|250E – L(R)||120||396-1425||110-396||8-30||500-800||77||2-10||550|
|300S – L(R)||560||432-1900||120-528||7-41||400-800||81||3-8||653|
|350S – L(R)||560||720-2844||200-790||10-41||400-700||86||3-7||736|
|400ST – L(R)||560||720-3312||200-920||7-51||300-700||80||2-10||825|
|450ST – L(R)||560||1008-4356||280-1210||9-48||300-600||80||2-9||933|
|550TU – L(R)||1200||1980-7920||560-2200||10-50||250-475||86||4-10||1213|
|650TU – L(R)||1200||2520-9108||700-2530||10-39||200-350||86||2-8||1425|
1. Capacity range recommended: 50%Q’≤Q≤110%Q’(Q’ Appropriate to capacity at highest efficiency point).
2. NPSH: appropriate to point Q recommended at highest speed
L(R) series slurry pump is widely used in metallurgy, mining, mineral processing, dredging, dewatering, water treatment, coal washing, mill, cyclone feed, tailing, power, building material…etc. various industrial sites. Our pumps are called different names for different working duties: Mineral processing pump, Mill discharge slurry Pump, Booster pump, Feeding pump, Tailing pump, Transfer pump Thickner Underflow Pump, De-watering screen pump, Pressure pump, Concentrate pump…
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Video tutorial on how to replace the water pump on a Dodge 4.7L V8, but it also does apply to other Chrysler models produced. Similar procedure can be used on the 1999 – 2009 Jeep Grand Cherokee, 2000 – 2011 Dodge Dakota, 2000 – 2009 Dodge Durango, 2002-2012 Dodge Ram 1500, 2006 – 2009 Jeep Commander, 2007 – 2009 Chrysler Aspen. This particular tutorial was done on a 2003 Dodge Dakota 4.7L V8 2wd.
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-new coolant and distilled water
-socket set and ratchet
-small adjustable wrench
-needle nose pliers
-abrasive pad or emery paper
-new serpentine belt
-new mechanical fan clutch assembly
-first style by removing the washer fluid tank, disconnect the rubber hose and the two electrical connectors on the pump and level sensor
-the fluid will drain so have a drain pan handy or plug the pump
-now remove the two bolts on each side of the washer tank using a 10mm socket, 6″ extension, and 3/8″ drive ratchet
-remove hose by radiator cap for expansion tank
-remove two 10mm bolts on the top of the radiator which fasten it to the radiator support
-place a drain pan below the radiator and use a small adjustable wrench to loosen the drain plug
-the drain plug only rotates a quarter turn
-use needle nose pliers to pull out the drain plug
-use a larger adjustable wrench to loosen the clutch fan, leave the serpentine belt in place
-to remove the serpentine belt, use a 15mm wrench and rotate the bolt clockwise to relieve the tension
-place the drain pan under the water pump area
-check both the idler and tensioner pulleys to ensure they are in good working condition
-remove the idler pulley next to the water pump using a 15mm wrench
-use a 13mm to remove the water pump bolts
-when removing the water pump bolts, make note of all the locations as they are not the same
-sometimes the pump can be stuck in place, use the handle of a hammer to tap it free
-apply a small amount of vaseline to the new o-ring and push it into place
-use an abrasive pad or emery paper to clean the sealing surface, than wipe clean with a rag
-no need for silicone on the sealing surface
-when installing the new pump, tighten down evenly in a crisscross pattern
-to install a new mechanical clutch fan and remove the fan itself, use a 13mm to remove the bolts
-installation of all other parts in reverse of removal
-fill the system with coolant
-only use distilled water when mixing the coolant if need
-squeeze the lower rad hose to help push air from the system
-once filled, leave the radiator cap loose, start the vehicle and allow the engine to warm up
Water pump – 43 ft. lbs.
Idler pulley – 40 ft. lbs.
Fan to mechanical clutch – 20 ft. lbs.
Symptoms of water pump failure:
-leaking gasket between the water pump housing and engine block
-worn seal around the shaft bearing which causes the coolant to leak out the bearing vent hole
-worn out bearing which would make a howling or grinding noise
-excessive “play” in the water pump shaft
-regular usage which causes wear over time (routine maintenance)
-broken mechanical fan which causes the water pump shaft to be off balance
-worn mechanical clutch fan assembly which causes the water pump shaft to be off balance
-leaking water pump shaft seal which washes out the lubricant within the bearings
-worn/dried out gaskets/seals that cause a coolant leak
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