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Brief Introduction Of Deep Well Pump
- Jan 31, 2018 -

The biggest characteristic of deep well pump is that it is a kind of pump which is immersed in the underground water and pumped into the groundwater, which is widely used in farmland irrigation and drainage, industrial and mining enterprises, urban water supply and sewerage and sewage treatment, etc. Because the electric motor dives into the water at the same time, the structure requirement of the motor is more special than the general motor. The structure of the motor is divided into dry type, half dry type, oil-filled type and so on.

Before opening the pump, the suction tube and the pump must be filled with liquid. Open deep Pump, impeller high-speed rotation, where the liquid with the rotation of the blades, under the action of centrifugal force, flying away from the impeller outward injection, the injection of liquid in the pump shell diffusion indoor speed gradually become slow, pressure gradually increased, and then from the pump outlet, discharge pipe outflow. At this point, at the center of the blade, the liquid is flung around to form a vacuum low-pressure zone with neither air nor liquid, the liquid in the liquid pool in the pool surface atmospheric pressure, the suction tube into the pump, the liquid is so continuously from the liquid pool is sucked up and continuously from the discharge pipe outflow.

Basic parameters: including flow, head, pump speed, supporting power, rated current, efficiency, outlet pipe diameter and so on.

Submersible pump consists of: control cabinets, diving cables, water pipes, submersible pumps and submersible motor components.

Scope of use: including mine rescue, construction and drainage, water and irrigation, industrial water cycle, urban and rural residents to cite water supply, and even emergency relief and so on.


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