Low MOQ for 12/10 G-GH Gravel Sand Pump to Mauritius Factories
Product Features Type G(orGH) gravel pumps are designed for continuously handling the most difficult high abrasive slurries which contain too big solids to be pumped by a common pump. They are suitable for delivering slurries in Mining, Explosive sludge in metal melting, Dredging in dredger and river course, and other fields. Type GH are high head pumps. Construction Construction of this pump is of single casing connected by means of clamp bands and wide wet-passage. ...
Low MOQ for 12/10 G-GH Gravel Sand Pump to Mauritius Factories Detail:
Type G(orGH) gravel pumps are designed for continuously handling the most difficult high abrasive slurries which contain too big solids to be pumped by a common pump. They are suitable for delivering slurries in Mining, Explosive sludge in metal melting, Dredging in dredger and river course, and other fields. Type GH are high head pumps.
Construction of this pump is of single casing connected by means of clamp bands and wide wet-passage. The wet-parts are made of Ni_hard and high chromium abrasion-resistance alloys. The discharge direction of pump can be oriented in any direction of 360°. This type of pump possesses the advantages of easy installation and operation, good performance of NPSH and abrasion-resistance.
1.Support 8. Discharge Joint Ring
2.Bearing Housing Assembly 9. Discharge Flang
3.Adapter Plate Clamp Band 10. Door Clamp Band
4.Volute Liner Seal 11. Cover Plate
5.Frame Plate Liner Insert 12. Intake joint ring
6. Impeller 13. Intake flange
7. Frame Plate / Bowl 14. Adapter plate
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The gravel pump is used for river course, reservoir desalting, coastal reclamation, stretching, deep-sea mining and tailing acquisition etc. Gravel pumps are designed for continuously handling the most difficult higher abrasive slurries which contain too big solids to be pumped by a common pump. They are suitable for delivering slurries in Mining, Explosive sludge in metal melting, Dredging in dredger and course of rivers, and other fields.
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***PLEASE NOTE: THE EVAP LINE RELEASE TOOLS THAT I GO ON AND ON ABOUT IN THIS VIDEO ARE NOT 100% NECESSARY TO REMOVE THE EVAP LINES AFTER ALL! I MISUNDERSTOOD HOW THOSE CONNECTORS WORK.
IF YOU SQUEEZE THE TABS AT THE VERY BOTTOM OF THE BLUE CLIP ON THE EVAP LINE CONNECTOR AND PULL, THE HOSE WILL COME OFF AND THE BLUE RELEASE CLIP WILL STAY ON THE END OF THE NIPPLE.
HERE ARE THE OPTIONS:
1) IF YOU CAN SQUEEZE THE ENDS OF THE BLUE RELEASE CLIP WHILE PULLING THE HOSE OFF AT THE SAME TIME THEN YOU WON’T NEED THE RELEASE TOOLS. THIS MIGHT BE A CHALLENGE WITH ONE HAND SINCE THE EVAP LINES CAN BE PRETTY TIGHT.
2) YOU COULD LOWER THE BACK SIDE OF THE TANK ENOUGH TO GET ACCESS FOR BOTH HANDS TO REACH UP TO THE EVAP LINE. THEN, SQUEEZE THE ENDS OF THE BLUE CLIP WITH ONE HAND AND PULL THE HOSE OFF WITH THE OTHER HAND.
3) AT THE CHARCOAL CANISTER, YOU’LL JUST HAVE TO SEE IF YOU CAN SQUEEZE BOTH ENDS OF THE CLIP WITH ONE HAND WHILE PULLING UP ON THE HOSE WITH THE OTHER HAND.
4) IF THOSE OPTIONS DON’T WORK, MAKE AND USE THE TOOLS I MENTION. IF NOTHING ELSE, YOU KNOW THEY WORK PLUS THEY ALLOW YOU TO WORK WITH ONE HAND.
(Thanks to Eric O. for pointing out my oversight on how those clips actually work.)
This is a detailed procedure for the DIYer. If you need to replace the fuel pump on your Mazda 3 then you need to drop the fuel tank.
I show you how to prepare the vehicle and then how to remove the fuel tank from a 2005 Mazda 3 hatchback with the non-turbo charged 2.3L engine.
The removal of the tank may require the fabrication of two very simple and inexpensive release tools made from a plastic fuel line disconnect tool. Also, be warned that fuel and evap lines are tight to begin with and that on older cars they can be very hard to get off!
This is part one of a two part series regarding the replacement of the fuel pump. In part two I show how to remove and replace the fuel pump and then replace the tank and verify fuel pressure.
This presentation focuses on the hydraulic aspects of fountain renovation. We will start with what to look for during the initial site visit and project assessment, and then move to a list of considerations to review during the design. Technology for water treatment and equipment has changed and we will discuss how to implement these improvements and where they should be avoided. Most importantly, safety and code compliance is key and the changes could have a detrimental effect on the project or, with some creative ingenuity, they may enhance the project.
Discuss project assessment, hydraulic tests, and documentation of existing conditions.
Identify hydraulic performance and issues, equipment replacement, and material compatibility with potential water chemistry changes.
Explain important safety considerations, the ANSI/APSP-7 Standard for Suction Entrapment Avoidance, and unique solutions to renovation projects.
Examine code requirements and ways to make old non-compliant projects safe.
David Peterson is President/CEO of Watershape Consulting, Inc., an international planning, design, and engineering firm providing owners, architects, contractors, and the legal profession with services relating to residential, commercial, and institutional pools, spas, and water features. He obtained his B.S. Civil Engineering at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo and is a licensed engineer in several states. Peterson has been in the watershaping industry since 1994 when he began his career designing life support systems for large aquariums and marine mammal exhibits. He was Vice President Engineering at Polaris Pool Systems where he developed and patented several products. He is a prolific writer and is actively involved with trade organizations and code development.
By Anna 2016-4-30 14:39
The customer service reprersentative explained very detailed, service attitude is very good, reply is very timely and comprehensive, a happy communication! We hope to have a opportunity to cooperate.
By Miguel 2015-11-29 15:24