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Pulsafeeder pumps are the preferred choice for metering chemicals in industrial & municipal plants. The most common chemicals pumped include: Manufacturing: Sodium Silicate (for pulp & paper production) Ethylene Glycols (for manufacturing plastics, textiles, latex paints, adhesives)
A pulser pump makes use of water that flows through pipes and an air chamber from an upper reservoir to a lower reservoir. The intake is a trompe, which uses water flow to pump air to a separation chamber; air trapped in the chamber then drives an airlift pump.
A diaphragm metering pump moves liquid in a specific time period and provide an accurate volumetric flow rate. Metering refers to the delivery of fluids in precise flow rates. The metering pump drives chemicals, liquids and other solutions, generally for water treatment plants.
When the self-priming pump is not working… There are several reasons your self-priming pump may not be working, these include: There is an air leak in the suction line: While the fluid is recirculating in the pump, it forces air out of the discharge as it is trying to create an area of low pressure.
A self-priming pump is a specific type of fluid pump that needs to be filled with a liquid within the pump cavity or pump body to start the pumping process.
Applications of Peristaltic Pumps
They are most often used to move fluids that are sterile or aggressive chemicals. They can also pump IV fluids or slurries with a high degree of fluid content. They are also used for heart/lung machines during surgery.
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Sump pump hums and then kicks breaker. Will not pump. I cleaned everything, still have problem
Pump motor is jammed causing overload and resulting breaker trip. Try to turn the pump shaft by hand, it should be very easy to turn. If there’s any resistance check for blockage.
I have a 1/2 horse wayne shallow well pump. At times the water in the house slows to a trickel. This will happen for about 40-120 seconds then the pump seems to kick on and the pressure is restored. I have replaced the high low switch and the problem persists. Please let me know any thoughts on the problem. Thank You
Check air in your water tank should be less than you’re cut in pressure..
We have a Flotec 3/4 HP submersible pump, it was already here when we moved in, we have lived here for 3 yrs, so we dont know how old it is. After living here for 2 yrs, it started to get very noisy, like a groaning noise. We replaced it w/ a l/2 HP Wayne(our mistake) We got water in the basement b/c the wayne pump quit running. We put the Flotec back on. Trying to find a replacement, but stores are all out. Question is, do you think we can rely on the Flotec that is making the strange noises? Thanks, Chris
Take strainer off to see if fravel stucj. if not, motor bearing may be shot. I would replace. I like wayne.
I have a pressure booster pump installed which turns on automatically when we open the tap and turns off by itself when we close the tap, but when power goes and comes back(common in india), the pump will turn on even with no tap opened and does not turn off automatically and goes on running, some kind of airlock problem I think, when we just shut off and on water input several times, it again starts working well
Check to see if the output pipe has water in it when the pump swutches off the pump needs to be primed at all time what we normally find cases like this is the pump is higher than the supply or there is an air pocket on the output where the pressure sensor is
My pool pump makes a buzzing noise but there is no water circulating into the pool and no suction what-soever. What could be the problem?
First, Check your voltage at the terminal with a voltmeter. If it is within 10% of what is stated on the name plate, try the following suggestions. If is is more than 10% off, call an electrician. Common problems that cause this humming with no suction in these pool pumps are:-Take the pump apart and look for rubbing that could be causing your pump to tighten up. -Check for a seized motor. If the motor has seized up, you will have to have it repaired or replaced.-It could be a winding switch or capacitor problem. Again, a pro will have to service it.
The pump will not continue to run after starting, it runs for 5 seconds and then stops, until the next attempt to detect water, the pump is sitting in three feet of water. The pump will not continue to run after detecting water.
CLEAN AIR LOCK HOLE
How to remove a underground swimming pool pump
If the pump is above water level there is no need for valves. If the pump is below water level, partially drain pool until water level is below pump, then install unions and shut off valves when you remove the pump.
The well pump is running, but no water is supplied to thr irrigation lines. once I put water in the pump housing by removing the pump guage the pump pumps water through the irrigation lines. when it shuts down, iloose the prime again. what should I do?
Sounds like you have an air leak. First check your fittings, next carefully run water over the pump seals (avoid getting water on the motor or you’ll hurt yourself and the pump if not worse) the pump will prime if the leaking seal is covered with water. Take your time and be careful and it should only be a matter of a loose fitting or simple seal swap.